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A page from MENACE #11 by John Romita, the 1950s story that introduced the character that would become M-11 the Human Robot.
It’s apparent that the final panel had the figure cut out and replaced to reduce the size of the Robot and have him outside the doorway already, rather than still within the room—there’s an illegible note about making a correction here on the side of the page.