Dick O.

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  1. That's why I generally prefer splashes to covers A lot of the splashes (and "splashy" pages) I own have a larger image of a character than on that book's cover, and cost less than 1/2 of what the cover would. Many of these pages actually contain the largest published image of a character that the artist has ever drawn And of course, size-wise there's no contest between double-page splash and cover, even though the DPS probably costs less.
  2. Speculation about Marvel's publishing arm: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/will-kevin-feige-rethink-marvels-comic-books-1247841
  3. Unfortunately no, the article continues: "Changes on the publishing side, the silo which feeds the screened entertainment side, highlight the shift. Dan Buckley will continue as president of Marvel Entertainment, still overseeing publishing’s creative and editorial drive while now reporting to Feige. But Buckley’s duties relating to publishing operations, sales, creative services, games, licensing and events will see him reporting to Perlmutter, who remains chairman. For the time being, Marvel Entertainment’s creative leads remain the same. Sana Amanat, vp content and character development; CB Cebulski, editor-in-chief and head of global editorial; and Stephen Wacker, vp creative and content development, will continue to report to Buckley. Joe Quesada, executive vp and creative director of Marvel Entertainment, also reports to Buckley."
  4. I've made notes on the back of the board (in pencil of course).
  5. Juggy by my favourite painter - Incredible Hulk #602, cover by Ariel Olivetti
  6. My all-time favourite cover - Ghost Rider & Blaze: Spirits of Vengeance #6, cover by Ken Steacy & Adam Kubert
  7. Probably my favourite Juggy image - X-Force #4, pages 2 & 3 by Rob Liefeld
  8. This piece marked the start of my 'serious' OA collecting - Thanos #5, pages 5 & 6 by Jim Starlin & Al Milgrom
  9. Excellent round-up of the summer's top sales! https://www.comicart.tips/original-comic-art-sold-on-ebay-summer-2019-top-ten/
  10. Thanks for the pics @GreatEscape!
  11. It's the near-complete Doctor Doom origin story (only missing page 2).