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  1. Mignola New York Statue of Liberty cover https://www.comicartfans.com/gallerypiece.asp?piece=1595040
  2. Curt Swan only did 3 Star Trek issues, and this is his only USS Enterprise splash. https://www.comicartfans.com/gallerypiece.asp?piece=1594656 3.000 $
  3. A very early 1911 Krazy Kat strip by George Herriman https://www.comicartfans.com/gallerypiece.asp?piece=1594322
  4. A rare Joe Kubert Batman page https://www.comicartfans.com/gallerypiece.asp?piece=1593700
  5. First comic art show for Irish artist Keith Burns. The Comic Art Factory gallery (based in Belgium) is proud to announce our newest exhibition : "Out of the blue" (25 October - 9 November). Published by Aftershock, this series is the third Wold war 2 aviation story written by Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Boys, Hellblazer,..) and pencilled by Keith Burns. Check those spectacular dogfights ! New art will be online Friday the 27th of October at 9 AM Pacific time. But you can already have a look at the art from both previous series :
  6. Honestly, that makes me proud to give money back to the creator and his heirs. But of course, you can think you have the right to make money over and over on someone's else work.
  7. Sorry but I think it's the minimum required when selling art. And you can at least take the time to write down artist, series, issue number, any conditions issues worth mentioning. That's your job as a dealer. As it is to be able to send PDF invoices.
  8. Oh come on, are you really summarizing it as post-it VS printed ? Have you ever seen anyone selling anything with post it as price tags ? One of the last show I waent to, half of the sellers didn't have prices on their art, and one of them had to think each time as he only had a price list of the prices he paid for these pieces. and on the same day, he gave me different asking prices on some pieces. And he's been selling art for more than 20 years. Sorry but I can't stand that personnally. and I really hope that in a few years time, these shenanigans will not exist anymore. And yes, I know many people that this absence of clear pricing make them reluctant to start a comic art collection.
  9. The Marvel team-up #84 cover was 12 K 5 years ago, now 22.5 K. More than absurd. The Brothers did it again. And I still don't understand how "art dealers" can dare to offer pieces with no prices shown or barely drawn on post-it papers, Just seems like we're at the flea market, hesitating between a 3$ book and a 5$ one, but no w'ere talking dozens of thousands of dollars pieces and they can't manage to print stickers, really ?. This shady part of the comic art business makes it impossible for many potential new customers to come aboard.
  10. You could write an email to the museum, mentioning the date of the Sunday.
  11. As usual, just use the email provided on the contact page, and ask to forward it to the manager. https://www.hubertybreyne.com/fr/about_us
  12. The Comic Art Factory gallery is having the first european art show of US artist Howard Cruse, until the 6th of July. Here is his interview, regarding his "Wendel" series, and his award-winning graphic novel "Stuck Rubber Baby".