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We got a brief example earlier in the thread but does anyone have any Darywn Rocketeer pieces they'd like to show off? I know he did a handful of commissions but also that 8(ish?) page story in Rocketeer Adventures #2 but there is so very little of it on CAF....

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On 6/25/2019 at 11:49 PM, dichotomy said:

 I LOVE this piece - so full of subtle details. 

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Saw this on CAF today.  It's prime Cooke.  Stunning.  

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From Batman / The Spirit. Commissioner Gordon is introducing Barbara to his new girlfriend P’Gell. Oh Jim what you don’t know can kill you! This was my favorite page from this book. It’s just such a great moment. I’d really like to get the pencils for this piece too so I can have them together / side-by-side. Love this piece. I think Bone inked Darwyn almost as good as Darwyn inked Darwyn. 

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I figured I'd ask here, rather than start a new topic. Cooke's Before Watchmen is beautiful and some of his best work. A few pieces of OA exist out in the wild, but does anyone know why more pages don't circulate?

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3 hours ago, ZimmermanTelegram said:

I figured I'd ask here, rather than start a new topic. Cooke's Before Watchmen is beautiful and some of his best work. A few pieces of OA exist out in the wild, but does anyone know why more pages don't circulate?

It's whatever that's given to Albert to sell.  That being said, there was an unadvertised debut of a new binder of Darwyn Cooke Minutemen art in Albert's booth at SDCC this year which should be part of his next website update sometime after his upcoming back surgery.

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27 minutes ago, Marwai said:

It's whatever that's given to Albert to sell.  That being said, there was an unadvertised debut of a new binder of Darwyn Cooke Minutemen art in Albert's booth at SDCC this year which should be part of his next website update sometime after his upcoming back surgery.

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Wow! That's excellent news!!!

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32 minutes ago, Marwai said:

It's whatever that's given to Albert to sell.  That being said, there was an unadvertised debut of a new binder of Darwyn Cooke Minutemen art in Albert's booth at SDCC this year which should be part of his next website update sometime after his upcoming back surgery. 

 

4 minutes ago, ZimmermanTelegram said:

:luhv:

Wow! That's excellent news!!! 

:banana::banana::banana:

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On 7/25/2019 at 1:42 PM, ZimmermanTelegram said:

:luhv:

Wow! That's excellent news!!!

Pages I saw previewed, looked to cost around $800 - 1,000

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21 hours ago, Catwoman_Fan said:

Pages I saw previewed, looked to cost around $800 - 1,000

That is certainly music to my ears! Any idea when these might be unveiled to the general public?

Edited by ZimmermanTelegram

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6 minutes ago, cheekyj2112 said:

This is my Darwyn commission of Judge Anderson. He wasn't familiar with the character but said he really enjoyed the challenge.

 

Cheers
Joseph

 

 

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it looks great. I love when he put color in the pieces and this one in ORANGE, great look for it!

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22 hours ago, cheekyj2112 said:

This is my Darwyn commission of Judge Anderson. He wasn't familiar with the character but said he really enjoyed the challenge.

 

Cheers
Joseph

 

 

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SICK! I really like it A LOT

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Here are my contributions. The head sketch I got the last time I attended SDCC way back in 2008 and he was doing some quick, free head sketches for people.  The second piece I picked up from a seller as I just thought it was a really cool rendition of WW. Darwyn Cooke was the real deal and I was very glad I got to meet and talk with him both at SDCC and later at Wondercon (way back when it was in SF). 

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