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Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Cover
Artists: Todd  McFarlane pencils and inks
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In 1990, there was no bigger star in the comic book world than Todd McFarlane, who was coming off an awesome run on Amazing Spider-Man that gave the character a bold new look. One of his trademarks was Spider-Man's intricate, crisply detailed webbing. As impressive as that was on the printed page, it's even more so with the original art in your hands! Todd McFarlane's Spider-Man #4 Cover right here is from the ever classic 5 part "Torment" storyline, where Spider-Man and the Lizard's savage battle rages across the rooftops and through the back alleys of New York City. THE LIZARD is ready to bite off Spider-Man's left leg on this "AMAZING" cover that is arguably the BEST BATTLE cover from McFarlane's entire HISTORIC 16 cover run.... And how can we ever forget the classic "McFarlane" SPIDER which graced EVERY Spider-Man cover Todd McFarlane ever drew. (sometimes the spider was hidden like a "WHERE'S WALDO" picture) As Most people know...The original cover artwork to SPIDER-MAN #1 sold at auction for 358 thousand dollars in the summer of 2012! This great battle cover with a nice frontal full body image of Spider-Man battling one of his all time greatest villains, can be had for a FRACTION of that great cover! :) Don't pass up this VERY historic Todd McFarlane SPIDEY Cover if you can help it! An original "COVER" from This VERY first "TORMENT" storyline will be IMPOSSIBLE to own in the near future, as all of the others are in PERMANENT COLLECTIONS! This 4th Spidey cover will look GREAT framed up on your wall! Compare this nice cover art to the published comic book in the red link above! ALL HIGH end pieces of art, including this one, are able to be purchased with VERY fair time payment plan options, and trades are always considered towards this and "ANY" art on our website! Just send us an email to and we can try to work something out.