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Rare Marvel comic prints signed by Stan Lee come to Kent

PUBLISHED: 15:05 23 November 2017

Marvel's Captain America

Marvel's Captain America

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The prints can be seen at Bluewater Shopping Centre and Tunbridge Wells

A new series of Marvel prints hand-signed by Stan Lee has been revealed in Kent to coincide with the comic legend’s 95th birthday.

The selection of famous comic book covers dating from the 1990s to the present day was unveiled today at Castle Galleries in Bluewater Shopping Centre and Castle Fine Art in Tunbridge Wells.

Among the characters who feature are Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, The Invincible Iron Man and The Amazing Spider-Man, all of which were created during Lee’s reign at Marvel.

The six hand-signed limited edition prints, produced in a boxed canvas format, are on sale for £1,950.00 each and are expected to sell out in record time.

Peter Gilby, regional sales director for Castle Galleries, said: “It will be a privilege to unveil this new collection in our gallery and there is no better way to celebrate Stan Lee himself in the lead up to his 95th birthday. We would invite fans and collectors keen to get their hands on a piece of comic history to visit the gallery sooner rather than later, as we’re expecting these prints to be very popular.”

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