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Marvel Two-in-One.
Issue 36, pages 16-17, 22.

Artist: Ernie Chan
Inker: Ernie Chan

     Page 16 (the top piece) is the first piece of comic art I bought, purchased on July 9, 2002. It was irresistable to me, as this page comes from the first comic book I ever bought, probably in about December of 1977. You can see everything here in this one page which drew that twelve year old me to it- dinosaurs, Cape Canaveral, superheroes. This still brings back great memories for me, many years later.

     Hey, and look what else I found, just fifteen months later on October 12, 2003! Page 17! Kind of goes well with the other one, doesn't it? However- what's up with Ben in panel 2? Lost his dentures? Still and all- though panel 2 is a little odd, panel 1 is very cool, particularly with the pteranodon spreading his wings across the top three panels. Ernie Chan drew great dinosaurs!

     Hey, and look what else I found, just fifteen years later on March 11, 2018! Page 22, which thanks to four pages of ads is actually the next story page after the first two. 15 months to my second page then 15 years to my third; with that type of progression I'm unlikely to survive to find a fourth. I do have the missing panels; I need to acquire some archival paper glue and reattach, after which I'll rescan this.

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