Spider-Man(tm) "Mark of the Man-Wolf" Push-to-Hear - Maple Frame
The first CoverStory.Art "Push to Hear" project, around the 1974 Book and Record set from Power Records, partially reprinting Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man #124, with cover and interior inks by John Romita Sr., pencils by Gil Kane, and story by Gerry Conway. The Push-To-Hear Frame includes the recorded audio from the Power Records 45rpm record on digital playback mechanism - 2xAAA batteries (included).
The Pull-To-Read/Push-To-Hear Frame is natural Curly Maple wood, custom made and clear coated, measuring 17 3/8" by 15 1/4" (plus 1" pull tab), with a wire suspension and standard (non-archival/UV glass) glazing. When hanging, hang in easy reach and allow a minimum of 16" of space above the frame for room to pull the comic from the frame and return it easily.
Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson and Man-Wolf characters are Copyright and Trademarked by Marvel Comics.
Upgrade to Archival/UV Glass for Sunny locations!
Upgrade the glazing (glass) in the frame if you plan to hang the CoverStory.Art piece in a sunny location or to protect the value of key comics and your favorite art for lasting enjoyment!
It is not recommended in any case to hang a CoverStory.Art with exposure to direct sunlight even with upgraded glass; fading of the comic or artwork could result!! Tragedy!
Other Options Available!
Alternative frame wood, stain and "Snap to Hear" features are available. Shop or inquire!