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Published March 30, 2020

See Some Never-Before-Seen Vintage Marvel Art Courtesy of Tom Brevoort

Marvel's Executive Editor has been posting rarely-seen Marvel images from decades past!

If you're one of the True Believers who follows Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort on Twitter, you've probably noticed that he's been posting some rarely- and never-before-seen artwork from the House of Ideas! From Daredevil to Spider-Man to the Fantastic Four, here's a roundup of some of the sketches, concepts, and process art that Brevoort has been sharing!

He kicked off the art show with ol' Hornhead himself, Daredevil!

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Next up was an early "Li'l Spidey" sketch by John Romita:

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Followed by original production drawings from the 1960s Spider-Man cartoon:

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Does the name "Starhawk" ring a bell? Here's some unpublished work starring the forgotten character:

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Here you can see how Firestar was inspired by the magnificent Mary Jane Watson:

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Can you imagine what kinds of adventures this super team would have?

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There's even time for a little romance by Marvel legends John Buscema and John Romita:

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But this was just the beginning of Tom's terrific tour through Marvel's vault! Follow Tom Brevoort on Twitter to see more, and keep tuning in to Marvel.com for more inside looks and stories!

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