Neat! My local comic shop owner has the prototype for the "New Frontier" Batman and Superman action figures based on Darwyn Cooke's art directly from Darwyn Cooke himself. Darwyn lived nearby and was close friends with my shop owner, and he has/had lent/gave him things like the action figure prototypes as well as original art including the cover to the "New Frontier" trade paperback
What is everyone's take on preliminary art? Do you think it should command top dollar, or a percentage compared to the final art? Is it as sought out as "regular" comic art? Does it make a difference if the prelim art is just sketches of characters, or how a page is to be laid out?