The OFFICIAL "This week in your ORIGINAL ART collection?"
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A few weeks ago someone was looking to buy Amanda Conner art
but at the time she don't have a web site.

Well now she do,
sorry I cannot find the original thread
I hope the member who was looking read this...

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Some great old Doctor Strange pages have arrived at my

Book of Strange CAF Gallery: http://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryDetail.asp?GCat=3023

Strange Tales 159 p. 28 (Aug 1967) Marie Severin (Penciller) and Herb Trimpe (Inker)

Strange Tales 159 p. 28 (Aug 1967) Comic Art

Marvel Premiere 3 p. 7 (July 1972) Barry Windsor-Smith (Penciller) and Dan Adkins (Inker)

Marvel Premiere 3 p. 7 (July 1972) Comic Art

Marvel Premiere 4 p. 27 (Sept 1972) Barry Windsor-Smith (Penciller) and Frank Brunner (Inker)

Marvel Premiere 4 p. 27 (Sept 1972) Comic Art

 

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On 7/1/2018 at 8:02 AM, GreatEscape said:

Sweet Christmas!!!  Power Man #33 cover drawn by “Right-on” Ron Wilson and “Jazzy” John Romita, and the only TWICE-UP cover in the entire 125-issue run.  Pure mid-1970s Marvel goodness!  Marvel’s Luke Cage Season 2 starring Mike Colter is now showing on Netflix, so it’s a good time to share this:

Power Man #33

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From 1976 !  I remember buying it off the stands at the Drugstore in Osgood, IN.

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My first post in the Original Art section of the Forum.  I'm very happy to share these 2 Nick Pitarra pages from the Manhattan Projects.  Many of the main characters are on display.  I love Nick's goofy style.

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14 hours ago, alxjhnsn said:

Manhattan Projects was one seriously fun book. I have a page from it here and my avatar is from a commission that Nick did for me.

That page of yours is top notch!  Great panel.

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A bunch of new stuff, including a few pages that have been buried away for over 30 years, most notably, one of the best Brent Anderson: Gold Loves, Man Kill pages from Marvel GN #5 (1982)

God Loves Man Kills, Shanna Splash from Rampaging Hulk, Iron Man #165 page:

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Vision & Scarlet Witch #1, JG Jones Wonder Woman, and a very early Art Adams Hulk sketch from summer of 1985 when LongShot was just hitting the stands.

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Several more I picked up this weekend.....

 

I loved this splash from the cheesy Acclaim X-O run.

 

 

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I blame Rob Stolzer for this purchase. He has a large selection of Drumm strips and I've enjoyed looking through them. I recently ended up with quite a few ebay bucks and decided a Tippie strip would be really nice. There was a terrific Sunday on ebay, but I got cheap and lost it. These two make a nice replacement. 

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Early Marvel twice-up Tales to Astonish #46 (Aug 1963) page with Ant-Man and the 3rd appearance of the Wasp-- a month before Avengers #1!  Exciting times for Marvel's dynamic but diminutive duo with "Ant-Man and the Wasp" in theaters now!

TTA #46 page

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http://www.comicartfans.com/gallerypiece.asp?piece=1485582

Starting my SDCC 2018 week off right.

This piece is a two year collaboration that turned out even better than I could have imagined.

At the 2017 C2E2 I met Dan and had the opportunity to get on his list. That alone was amazing. When it was done and I picked it up hesaid with all the times people have Commissioned him to draw Superman no ones ever asked for this pose. Which surprised me I love that it's so simple and iconic. I have always loved this pose. When I was a little kid I loved that Superman wore glasses like me. And the costume reveal/transformation show that.

In May of 2018 I met Inker extraordinaire Brett Breeding at Three Rivers Comic Con. I asked Brett if he was taking any inking commissions and he said he could maybe fit it in but he offered if I wanted to have it inked with his full ink kit he would be willing to take it home and ink it there. Knowing that this would allow him to take his time I immediately took him up on the offer. Less than two months later I received word it was done and it is GLORIOUS.

“The Death of Superman” was the first major comic event I ever experienced. It was the first time I learned there was more than one comic shop. I went to the phone book and called Adventures in Comics who told me they would be receiving more copies but it was not the first printing in the black bag. I didn’t care, I was just so excited to read the story. I was at the age where I honestly believed that when Superman died he was not coming back. The artwork was incredible, the power, the great use of the splash page. With Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding drawing my definitive Superman it is just incredible to have this collaboration in my collection.

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