Original Comic Art Dealer List?
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And I finally found this site again. laugh.gif Very weird.

 

http://www.comic-gallery.de/

 

893naughty-thumb.gif I've been keeping that one a secret. Thye have a nice Glenn Fabry I'd like to get oneday.

 

but here is another I just "found" : www.golden-age-collectibles.com

 

Shame on you, keeping secrets from your brethren. 893naughty-thumb.gif

 

I think the guy who owns golden-age-collectibles just became a member here. Can't remember what his screenname is though. 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

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I am not sure of his site but richard dominiqus is brian hitch's art dealer aswell as trevior heirsine's art dealer and he is a great guy.

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You making fun of the fact that my first name is "Contact"??!!

 

Good point though, if I had any idea how to change that I'd run off right now and make it "email@....". Contact is waaaay too specific. insane.gif

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Contact? Oh, no you aren't the guy they wrote that crappy movie about are you?

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Do you use the pick-up line "How would you like to make Contact?"? tongue.gif

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I am not sure of his site but richard dominiqus is brian hitch's art dealer aswell as trevior heirsine's art dealer and he is a great guy.

 

www.theartofcomics.com

 

Rich is the rep for Bryan Hitch, Paul Neary, Trevor Hairsine and Paul Renaud.

 

First post. Happy to help. laugh.gif

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Yes, the movie "Contact" was my autoboreography.

 

And yes, I used that pickup line, and all it got me was the same slap in the face as all the others.

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I really think this should be pinned to the top. It is such a valuable resource, but a pain in the arse to find.

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I really think this should be pinned to the top. It is such a valuable resource, but a pain in the arse to find.

 

Keywords are the key. Search for my word "noncommital" and you should find it right away. wink.gif

 

 

And yes I think it should be sticky.gif.

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I really think this should be pinned to the top. It is such a valuable resource, but a pain in the arse to find.

 

Keywords are the key. Search for my word "noncommital" and you should find it right away. wink.gif

 

 

And yes I think it should be sticky.gif.

 

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. Searching for the words "original art" just wasn't cutting it. tongue.gif

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This deserves a bump for all the new guys checking in here lately. smile.gif

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I don't have a web page - thoug hi keep a small amount of art for sale up at www.comicartfans.com under George Hagenauer

 

For 30+ years I've sold mainly off lists to people interested in receiving them. I now use a 13-15 page email with links to art posted on the web- Warning I deal in a pretty wide range of material- not much superhero art as it sells quickly when it comes in- but a lot of strip art, misc odd comic art, older fiction house and other odd publishers, paperback covers, misc illustration, silent animation from 1915 etc.

It is am ix of consignment from friends and material I own. My art is tradeable.

 

So if you are into that type of stuff you can contact me throug hthe comicartfans site or by emailing yellowkd@terracom.net

 

Currently there are a lot of inexpensive prelims by Al WIlliamson for Valor- a pile of late 40's early 50's complete Fiction House other hgenre publishers stories of all types, some 1915 Chciago based animation art from early films, a lot of Harvey Bill Wenzel originals- good girl art and much more

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