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  1. I've listed Etsy and BigCartel main shops of OA in this article (in french but the links are easy to identify) :
  2. At Quai des Bulles, french festival at Saint-Malo, I bought this illustration by Daan Jippes and two drawings from Maxime Garabini.
  3. Sometimes I also have some non following pages from a same issue.
  4. Valiant #11th March 1972 pages 10 - 11 Janus Stark by Francisco Solano López
  5. Shockrockets #5 page 21 - 22 by Stuart Immonen and Wade Von Grawbadger. With the cover of #6 and page 9 of #6, it makes for a nice sequence of "hero rising from the ashes of defeat and ready to kick " with top notch storytelling. :
  6. I've got a few : Judge Dredd Megazine 4.06 Judge Dredd - Who killed Jon Lenin? pages 12 - 13 by Paul Marshall
  7. I had the opportunity to buy two pages from Star Wars : Agents of the Empire - Iron Eclipse, drawn by Stéphane Roux, from inker Julien Hugonnard-Bert. At the same time, I bought two small sketches from french artist Joël Jurion featuring Wonder Woman and Catwoman.
  8. As a matter of fact, Panini Comics publish Marvel comics in Spain,(and other countries), not the other way. The culprit here is Panini, not Marvel.
  9. Looking through dealers website, I came across what I can only describe as split covers (or panel covers), covers divided in two three or more images. How do you feel about those covers ? Is it a good thing, a bad thing ? Do you own some ? For example (not mine) :
  10. My three (comics) covers : Shockrockets #6 by Stuart Immonen and Wade Von Grawbadger (my first published cover and my favorite) Mighty Samson #1 variant cover by Pat Oliffe Spider-Man and Doctor Strange unfinished cover by Simone Bianchi More info here :
  11. I now use Office Lens instead of CamScanner :
  12. I recently bought three illustrations from artist Mark Salwowski ( : Barrayar, an unpublished cover for a Lois McMaster Bujold book. According to the artist "the artwork was done in the UK in the early 90’s" Despite its title I wonder if this painting could have been for another of Lois McMaster Bujold books in the Barrayar/Vorkosigan series. It doesn't really fit the "Barrayar" novel and would have been more appropriate for "The Warrior's Apprentice" or "The Vor Game" , since the male character looks like he could be the small Miles Vorkosigan who doesn't appear much in Barrayar. Earth shuttle and Comet rendezvous, illustrations for Omega (Australian science magazine). I was only interested in the cover at first but considering Mr Salwowski very reasonnable prices, the shipping cost and my own taste for sci-fi / space art it was a no brainer to add those two pieces. And they're quite big.
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