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Published April 1, 2020

Tom Brevoort Shares More Rare Marvel Art Featuring the Avengers, Fantastic Four, X-Men, and More

Brevoort's vault is full of terrific treasures!

Earlier this week, we showed you what Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort has been finding in his vast archives of vintage art by some of Marvel's biggest legends. He's been posting his fantastic finds on Twitter, and his treasures seem impossibly endless!

Here's another roundup of jolly gems from Brevoort's box of tricks!

Fantastic Four

Before he joined Marvel's bullpen, John Byrne was a fan!

Some work by Jack "the King" Kirby:

And a double-pager:

X-Men

Here's some X-art that turned out some interesting results:

And some early John Byrne:

Storm looking striking:

Testing out Phoenix's look:

An early version of Wolverine:

Unused art by Carlos Pacheco:

Avengers and More

Unfinished, still mighty:

Early Marvel work by Frank Miller:

A Romita redesign for Namor:

A piece of Marvel history:

The Iron Fist crew:

An early version of Deathlok:

And another Marvel masterpiece:

Follow Tom Brevoort on Twitter to see even more, and keep tuning in to Marvel.com for more inside looks and stories!

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