Brian Peck

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  1. Yup, one of the pieces that I love but has zero nostalgia. Its hanging in my living room. I recommend people do some goggling and CAF on Dan Smith. He was a great artist, very little of his originals still exist.
  2. The first piece that started me collecting I unfortunately trade many years ago. The piece I have owned the longest is the first piece of comic art I purchased which is X-Men #160 by Brent Anderson and Bob Wiacek. My oldest piece is about 100 years old. Jael -Sunday Newspaper Supplement in New York World by Dan Smith I think this was published in New York World sometime around 1920. His originals are rare and this is on of the best I have seen and BIG this one is 22x28.
  3. I know someone who will help the Bizzaro get a healthy hammer. Keep it up Jim!!!
  4. Seen her many times in person wearing next to nothing, Dita is sexy no matter what she wears. I saw a number of Olivias hanging in her house.
  5. 30 original artwork for auction on ComicLink ends next Wednesday April 8th: JESUS SKATEBOARDING CARTOON, by DWAINE TINSLEY JESUS MUGGING CARTOON, by DWAINE TINSLEY ROCKETEER VS LOTHAR ILLUSTRATION, by MIKE ROYER GASOLINE ALLEY SUNDAY PARTIAL 2-27, ,by BILL PERRY ARCHIE AND MAC ILLUSTRATON, by DAN PARENT ARCHIE AND MAC ILLUSTRATON, by DAN PARENT DIARY OF ROCK AND POP DAILY 4-21-1991, by STEVE MCGARRY DIARY OF ROCK AND POP DAILY 2-27, by STEVE MCGARRY NANCY DAILY 2-27-2007, by GUY GILCHRIST FEBRUARY 2001 CALENDAR, by BRIZ ORPHAN ANNIE DAILY 2-27-1970, by TEX BLAISDELL WINNIE WINKLE DAILY 2-27-1966, by MARTIN VAN BIBBER WEE PALS DAILY 3-17-1990, ,by MORRIE TURNER WEE PALS DAILY 12-12-2001, by MORRIE TURNER GEORGE AND LYN DAILY, by JOSEP GUAL INDIO TREMAINE CHARACTER DESIGN, by LELA DOWLING BUZ SAWYER DAILY 6-29-1985, by JOHN CELARDO LITTLE LULU DAILY 2-27-1968, by ERNIE BUSHMILLER GOD O RAMA CARTOON, by DWAINE TINSLEY ROCKETEER CHARACTER DESIGN,by MIKE ROYER TOM AND JERRY DAILY 2-27-1992, by KELLY JARVIS MARVEL LOGOS PAGE 8 ORIGINAL ART LOGOS, by PRODUCTION ARTIST DIARY OF ROCK AND POP DAILY 10-8-1992, by STEVE MCGARRY HULK: FUTURE IMPERFECT #1 PAGE 44 COLOR GUIDE, by TOM SMITH FRANK AND ERNEST SUNDAY 12-5-1976, by BOB THAVES JOHNNY HAZARD DAILY 2-27-1971, by FRANK ROBBINS DRAGONFLIGHT #3 PAGE 42 SPLASH PRELIM, by LELA DOWLING ROSE IS ROSE DAILY 3-10-1986, by PAT BRADY MARMADUKE DAILY 1-27-1960, by BRAD ANDERSON GODDESS KINGDOM OF THE TROLLS ILLUSTRATION, by ROGER MIRELLES
  6. Here are the pieces I am offering. https://www.comicartfans.com/galleryroom.asp?gsub=204307
  7. Daredevil #47 cover by Gene Colan and George Klein The attache case containing "How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way" by John Buscema and Stan Lee. Yes, I know about the portfolio rule, but I consider HTDCTMW a complete entity. It can never be broken up, its more then the sum of its parts.
  8. If its like most of the other strips and art a couple hundred bucks. You could get Kirby Marvel covers for a few hundred back in the 70s.
  9. Caulkins Buck Rogers comic strip art has been very rare for a while. Story is he was fired from the strip and the publisher said his art was compared to other artists like Hal Foster, Alex Raymond and Burne Hogarth. then went home and burned all his original. For years there was only a small handful of his strips on the market. A few years ago a number of them hit the market many from the first year of the strip. I highly doubt the Buck Rogers TV show ever effect the price of the originals Back in the 70s and 80 newspaper strips were very inexpensive like comic book art. Neither had a huge market at that time.