The OFFICIAL "This week in your ORIGINAL ART collection?"
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3 hours ago, dichotomy said:

Yep, it’s Silver Surfer 15 from Allred/Slott’s first run. The rest are commissions. 

Very nice. It looked like allred but came in that inkyknuckles box. How did that come about? (He's not repped by them, right?)

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39 minutes ago, awayne83 said:

Very nice. It looked like allred but came in that inkyknuckles box. How did that come about? (He's not repped by them, right?)

Haha good deducing! No he is not, but it’s the wild wild Calgary comic scene. Anything can happen!

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On 5/24/2020 at 9:27 AM, GreatEscape said:

Happy Memorial Day weekend folks!  

Something truly special to post... a magnificent splash from legendary French artist, Philippe Druillet!  Druillet revolutionized the comics narrative with "The Six Voyages of Lone Sloane" in 1972 and this is the opening splash from the first voyage "The Throne of the Black God" introducing the space-traveling Lone Sloane and-- you guessed it-- the mysterious Throne of the Black God!  A true pioneer of graphic storytelling, Druillet was one of the founders of Heavy Metal (“Métal Hurlant”) and revered as one of Europe's "Big 3" along with Moebius and Hergé.   Drawn with colossal scale (28" x 36" inches!), among the largest pen-and-ink OA ever created.  

Just a tad bigger than my scanner, so my daughter was happy to pose with it:  

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Be safe, stay healthy and enjoy your long weekend!

You have a whole house vacuum.  (worship)

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5 hours ago, batman_fan said:

/You have a whole house vacuum.  (worship)

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Central vacs were still popular in the 90s before wall-to-wall carpets gave way to hardwood floors.  

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6 hours ago, GreatEscape said:

It’s Halloween week Boys and Ghouls!  Great time to post my Tomb of Dracula #42 cover (1976) by Colan and Palmer.   Only a handful of TOD covers with Blade— and none more dramatic— so this definitely ‘spiked’ my excitement!  

TOD 42

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That's an awesome cover!

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