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Prints, Portfolios and Posters for sale are listed by type, then by artist in alphabetical order. Most are limited editions that are long Out of Print (O/P). A few older, hard to find collectible mass market posters are also listed. Condition is like new (NM or better) on all Signed and Unsigned O/P material, unless otherwise stated. Promo Posters are all individually graded.
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SIGNED PORTFOLIOS

NEAL ADAMS
THE NEW HEROES PORTFOLIO
Signed and numbered 165 (of an unstated edition of 2000), O/P. The portfolio contains six black & white, 11 x 14 inch, plates in an illustrated envelope, which bears Neal's signature and the portfolio number. Issued in 1979 by Sal Q. Productions. Of the 2,000 copies published, only 500 came to the United States to match "The Neal Adams Portfolio" numbers. The remainder supposedly stayed in Europe. The plates include Ms. Mystic, Toy Boy, King Tut, Shaman, Crazy Man, and Titan. The first two heroes made it into their own comic books. The plates are all printed on textured cream colored stock and the images are taken directly from Neal's detailed pencils of the characters. See signed envelope and two sample plates  $150

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MICHAEL KALUTA
THE DANTE'S INFERNO PORTFOLIO Signed and numbered 1784/2000, O/P. The portfolio contains eight, full color, 12 x 16 inch, plates in an illustrated slipcase, which bears the official signature and number. However, I've gotten Mike to sign EVERY PLATE, as well as the inside slipcase illustration, making this a highly unique copy. Kaluta visually interprets the various circles of hell from Dante's Inferno in these eight paintings printed on heavy coated stock. Some mild nudity on one plate. Issued in 1975 by Christopher Enterprises, each plate has a written explanation, based on an English translation of the epic poem, printed on the inner slipcase foldout. There is a minor bottom right corner bend in the white border on each plate. It is minor and has absolutely no effect on the artwork, but I'm mentioning it, so there are no surprises. See slipcase cover and a plate  $200

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FRANK THORNE
WIZARDS AND WARRIOR WOMEN PORTFOLIO Signed and numbered 135/1000, O/P. The portfolio contains six black & white, 11 x 15 inch, plates in an illustrated slipcase and envelope. Frank's signature and numbering is on the first plate. Issued in 1978 by Schanes & Schanes, the plates are printed on heavy white stock. The images contain nude Red Sonja and Ghita look-alikes in sword and sorcery settings, with Plate 6 even called Ghita. A photo of Frank as the wizard appears in the center of the image used on both the slipcase and outer envelope. Because of the content, you must be 18 years of age or older to order this item. Great portfolio for Pinup or Sword & Sorcery fans.  See slipcase cover and plate 1  $125

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VARIOUS ARTISTS
THE F.O.O.G. (FRIENDS OF OLD GERBER) PORTFOLIO Released unsigned with facsimile signatures on all plates except Colan's, but I've gotten the Mike Kaluta (Mermaid) and Dave Sim (Tilting - Cerebus)(shown) plates hand signed by the artists on this copy. The portfolio contains ten black & white, 11 x 14 inch, plates on matte finish paper, in an illustrated envelope, O/P. Issued in 1982 with an unstated print run of 5,000 copies. The other 8 artists (with their plate titles) in the portfolio are Charles Vess (Faery Tales), Wendy Pini/Dave Sim (Elf and Frost Giant), Jeff Jones (Ducks), Barry Windsor-Smith (Medusa VII), Berni Wrightson (Captain Stern)(shown), Gene Colan (Stewart The Rat), Marshall Rogers (Captain Quick & The Foozle), and Frank Thorne (Ghita)(shown). Jack Kirby and Alfredo Alcala drew the envelope illustration of Destroyer Duck. The Thorne and Kaluta plates contain nudes. Because of the content, you must be 18 years of age or older to order this item. A superb collection of artists in one nicely produced package. By clicking the "See envelope" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See envelope illustration and 3 plates  $75

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SIGNED PRINTS / POSTERS

GEORGE BARR
OCTOBER WIND Print. Hand titled, signed and numbered 150/1000, sepia-brown-tan tones, matte finish stock, 10 x 12.5 inches. Issued in the early 1980s by The Fantasy Factory, O/P. Image of a delicate, waif-like, woman in a flowing gown with a breeze blowing her from behind, sending her long hair and dress aloft. Subtle background elements, like a flock of birds, add to the autumnal feel of this print. The Fantasy Factory (George's business at the time) with address is stamped on the back of the print. See print  $50

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FRANK CIROCCO
TWO FAIRIES Print. Signed and numbered 600/1000, full color, very slight gloss finish stock, 12 x 10 inches, issued in the early 1980s, O/P. This was personalized to me in the bottom border in light pencil, so a good art eraser will remove any evidence of my name. The image is of a female fairy descending to a male fairy, who is offering her a rose. Both have traditional monarch butterfly wings. The blue background is populated with a field of colorful flowers. Frank's FC monogram is printed in the lower left corner of the image. A very lovely fantasy work. See print  $40

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L'AURA COLAN / ROBERT G. WARFORD, JR. / CARLOS SANTANA
WOODSTOCK
Commemorative Stamp Pane. Hand signed in gold ink by Carlos Santana (see detail) on the sheet just below the actual stamp, limited to an edition of 250 autographs in 1996, O/P. This stamp pane was issued to commemorate the Woodstock Music Festival Anniversary of 1969 to 1994, by the country of Tanzania in East Africa, and bears the First Day of Issue Cancellation date of May 15, 1995 with both Woodstock Dove logos in the cancellation. Both the 1969 and 1994 Woodstock Dove logos are also gold overprints on the pane. Carlos Santana appears in psychedelic glow paintings by L'aura Colan, from photos by Robert G. Warford, Jr., in full figure on the stamp and from the waist up wailing on his guitar on the left side of the sheet, which measures roughly 6 x 4.5 inches. Mounted in a finished 14.5 x 13 inch wood frame with acid free black matt and gold liner, under glass, this piece is ready to hang. Not really a poster or a print, but certainly treated as "art" by the creators. Command Performance sold these from release in 1996 to sell-out in 1999. See framed piece, pane detail and signature  $250

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ROBERT GOULD
KING GROME Print. Signed (see detail) and numbered 68/450, brown, tan and sepia tones on heavy matte finish cream colored stock, print measures 15 x 18.5 inches and is matted up to 16 x 20 inches, ready to frame. Published by Black Lotus in 1978, O/P. The very bottom of the print (matted out in the image here) shows the 1978 Two Man Horse copyright, title, and the publisher's credit. King Grome is a Michael Moorcock character from the Elric of Melnibone saga. Gould did numerous cover illustrations for the Elric books. The small print run on this piece guaranteed a quick sell out in 1978. As a bonus, I will also include a 5.5 x 7 inch promo card for the color version of this print, which was released a year later, as well as a promo card for Gould's "Sword of Roses." See print, detail and signature  $55

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SHARI
STANDING NUDE Lithograph. Signed, numbered 20/200 and hand titled by the artist, rust/sepia tone, heavy matte finish stock, image 12 x 19 inches. Very limited print run issued in 1981, O/P. Elegant back view of a nude woman from mid-thigh up, face turned in profile. Comes acid free double matted up to 18 x 24 inches and ready to frame! Beautiful gallery piece, now for sale well below the original issue price. See lithograph  $250

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JERRY VAN AMERONGEN
"SAY, THAT WAS A NASTY TWITCH!" Print. Signed and numbered 1/100, black & white, matte finish paper, 14 x 19 inches. Issued in 1985 by Stabur Graphics, O/P. This hysterical image of two old-timers comes straight out of Jerry's "The Neighborhood." Here's an opportunity to obtain the highly sought after #1 print in a very limited edition that sold out quickly. Stored flat, shipped rolled. See print  $250

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN
SPIRIT OF ARIZONA
: SIGNED Full color print commemorating the B-2 Stealth Bomber Naming Ceremony for the Spirit of Arizona plane at Davis-Monthan AFB on March 20, 1998. Printed on heavy coated stock, approximately 11 x 14 inches, issued in 1998, O/P. Very limited production for distribution at the ceremony. Shows the B-2 in a fly-by with an Arizona accented background and the Spirit of Arizona logo at the bottom. Identical to the below unsigned print except this one is signed by three of the representatives at the ceremony. General Richard E. Hawley (signed Dick Hawley, Gen. USAF), who has flown the B-2, and Congressman Jim Kolbe (signed Jim Kolbe, U.S. Congress) are definite and legible. The third signature, while clean, is uncertain. It is possibly Col. John D. W. Corley, who was the 355th Wing Commander at DM-AFB at the time, but this is just a "best guess." While the unsigned print below is in VF-NM condition, this VF copy shows a bit of minor handling wear, seen at an angle, from being passed around for the autographs, but nothing that detracts from the piece. When framed, it will look outstanding. See print  $75

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UNSIGNED MATERIAL

NEAL ADAMS
MS MYSTIC
Unsigned print taken from THE NEW HEROES PORTFOLIO, O/P. Black & white, 11 x 14 inch, plate printed on textured cream colored stock, issued in 1979 by Sal Q. Productions. The print was shot directly from Neal's detailed pencils of a full figure image of the character. Originally part of the portfolio and not offered as a solo print for sale. See plate  $18

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EMILE BELLET
INTERIEUR Unsigned Seriolithograph, facsimile signature in the bottom right white border, full color, approximately 9 x 10.5 inches, on archival paper. Issued in 2006 by Park West Gallery. Color image of a woman in a red dress sitting on a sofa with a floral arrangement in the foreground. Comes with a certificate of authenticity from Park West Galleries, mini-bio of the artist, and in an illustrated 10 x 13 inch envelope. (2 available) See print  $10

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THE BLADE RUNNER PORTFOLIO
Unsigned, 12 color, 9 x 12 inch, high quality litho print photos on heavy stock from the film, issued in 1982 by Blue Dolphin Enterprises, never opened, still sealed, O/P. Superb quality shots, both portraits and film scenes, of Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Daryl Hannah, Rutger Hauer, Joanna Cassidy, and others from the classic Ridley Scott science fiction film based on a story by Philip K. Dick. See slipcase cover  $100

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HUA CHEN
GATHERING BLOSSOMS Unsigned Seriolithograph, signature printed in the image and facsimile signature in the bottom right white border, full color, approximately 9 x 11.5 inches, on archival paper. Issued in 2006 by Park West Gallery. Watercolor image of a woman holding a basket filled with flowers. Comes with a certificate of authenticity from Park West Galleries, mini-bio of the artist, and in an illustrated 10 x 13 inch envelope. (2 available) See print  $10

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CLOS DU BOIS WINE LABLS
Set of three Clos Du Bois, Sonoma County wine label prints on heavy stock, single color with gold ink, matte finish, 18 x 24 inches, issued in 1979, O/P. These prints reproduce the 1978 vintage labels for Clos du Bois' Merlot (blue), Cabernet Sauvignon (brown) and Pinot Noir (dark rose). The gold ink used on the grape leaf design in the image has left a quarter inch smudge in the lower right corner on the Pinot Noir and two half inch smudges in the same area on the Cabernet. Otherwise, the prints are NM condition. Long unavailable collectible set for wine enthusiasts. Stored flat, will ship rolled. See all three prints  For the set $35

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SALVADOR DALI
LE DANSE Unsigned Poster, full color, rolled, 18 x 24 inches, VF, very slight handling crease along right edge - does not interfere with image. Issued in 1999 by Park West Gallery, O/P. Four figures in various poses with facsimile signature in the image. See poster  $6

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FRANK FRAZETTA
Famous Funnies featuring Buck Rogers unsigned poster set of 5, reprinting the covers to issues #209 to #213. Published by DynaPubs Enterprises. Printed in B&W on matte finished paper, 11 x 17 inches, published in 1972, issued folded in half, O/P. Very minor wrinkle at the very edge of each side of the fold which leads me to believe this was created during the mechanical paper fold process, otherwise condition is As issued-/NM-. Exceptionally rare set. See sample poster Set of 5 for $50

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The Frank Frazetta Portfolio - See this on Comic Book Magazines

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BURNE HOGARTH
PRINCE MACHIAVELLI
Unsigned plate taken from THE NATIONAL CARTOONIST SOCIETY PRESENTS THE PORTFOLIO OF FINE COMIC ART, O/P. Black & white, 12 x 16 inch, plate printed on archival linen textured off-white stock, issued in 1978/1980 by Collector's Press (Richard Pryor - no, not the comedian, the publisher). Beautifully rendered detailed image of the prince seated in all his majestic finery. BH initials and 78 date printed in the plate image. This was issued in the third portion of unsigned "bonus plates" released with the 1978 portfolio and carries a 1980 copyright. It wasn't offered as a solo print for sale. While part of a portfolio with "cartoonist" in the title, this is truly fine art, as all of Burne's material could be classified. See plate  $15

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CARMINE INFANTINO / MURPHY ANDERSON
THE JOKER
Unsigned Poster, full color, card stock, size 11 x 14 inches, using Lobby Card grades, this would be FN+ with a pinhole at 1.5 inches from the left side and 2 inches from the bottom, part of a set by Infantino and Anderson issued by DC (then NPP) in 1966, during the height of Batmania, © National Periodical Publications, Inc, 1966 appears at the bottom under The Jokers foot, blank back, O/P. Full figure The Joker leaning on his walking stick and laughing with a bulls eye target behind him. See poster  $40

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JEAN AUGUSTE DOMINIQUE INGRES
Images Of Women: Master Drawings Of Five Centuries from the Robert Lehman Collection. Metropolitan Museum of Art print on heavy stock designed by Doris L. Halle, gray toned, matte finish, 15.75 x 22 inches, issued in 1979, O/P. Gorgeous charcoal study for the Fornarina by Ingres. Stored flat, will ship rolled. See print  $30

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BIL MAHER
THE SCARECROW Print. Unsigned, full color, 11 x 14 inches. Issued in 1976 by Sal Q. Productions, O/P. Menacing image of an evil scarecrow holding a crossbow with a wall of human skulls behind him. See partial image  $6

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GRAY MORROW
HEROES PORTFOLIO Unsigned, Six full color 8.5 x 11 inch plates in an illustrated envelope. Issued in 1975 by Sal Quartuccio, O/P. Six beautifully rendered full figure color images of Hawkman, The Joker, The Vigilante (DC cowboy character), Modesty Blaise, The Black Terror (Golden Age Nedor character), and The Lone Ranger & Tonto. The Modesty Blaise plate is a partial nude. The envelope illustration is a black & white version of the Hawkman plate. Gray Morrow's facsimile signature is printed on every slick coated heavy stock plate.  See envelope and sample plate  $50

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MIKE NASSER (now Michael Netzer)
THE STARSPAWN PORTFOLIO Unsigned, O/P. The portfolio contains four black & white, 11 x 14 inch, plates on heavy, slick coated white stock, in an illustrated envelope. Issued in 1977 by Robert Keenan Jr., each plate has Nasser's facsimile signature printed in the image area. Science fiction space images with an accompanying story, drawn back when Nasser's style was heavily influenced by Neal Adams. The four plates are: "War for the Starspawn" - a ship to ship space battle; "Birth and Battle" - Commander O'Quinn in combat with Kolas over Starspawn; "Stranded" - O'Quinn abandoned on an asteroid, saber in hand, with Starspawn's face behind him; and "Rage of the Starspawn" - a full figure Starspawn firing blasts from her hands. See envelope illustration and 2 plates  $35

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THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES PORTOLIO
Unsigned, Various Unknown Artists, 35 Black & White with Gold highlights, 8.5 x 11 inch, lithographs on parchment. Issued in 1967, O/P. This portfolio contains the portraits of all 36 presidents to date, from George Washington to Lyndon Johnson. 35 portraits because of Grover Cleveland's two-time election. However, this copy of the portfolio has 3 plates of the LBJ portrait, so you'll actually get 37 plates! Plates are in NM condition, except Washington which appears to have a production crease near the top of the plate and a slight upper right dog-eared corner. Neither defect has any remote impact on the image area. See the sample plates for an idea on room around the images. The slipcase has handling wear and slight yellowing around the edges from age. The history of the images used to create the portfolio is told on the inside slipcase flaps. The earliest engravings date from 1867, one hundred years before this portfolio was produced. Sharp item. See slipcase and two sample plates  $35

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THE RARE BOOK PORTFOLIO
Limited Edition published by Sparkle City Comics in 1979, As New/NM condition - both comics and slipcase, Portfolio #55 of an unstated 500 copy print run, both the included Certificate of Authenticity and the portfolio slipcase are dated June 10, 1979. The "Sold To" line has my name on it, so you know you are getting an original owner copy. Included in the set are four black and white reprints of the very rare propaganda comic books: Blood Is The Harvest (1950), If The Devil Would Talk (1950), The Red Iceberg (1960), and How Stalin Hopes We Will Destroy America (1951). All but the last title were issued by the Catechetical Guild. Also included is the "A Brief History Of These Rare Books" original letter explaining the portfolio's contents. This is the original 1979 printing of the portfolio, not the reprint from 2008, in the condition it was issued in over 35 years ago. See slipcase cover, coa and all 4 issue covers  $250

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NEW! NORMAN ROCKWELL
THE COLLECTOR Limited Edition Print. Unsigned, full color, roughly 19 3/4 x 14 inches, printed on very heavy textured stock to simulate canvas, issued in 1973 by The Franklin Mint, O/P. Dedicated to the members of the Franklin Mint Collectors Society, the image shows an elderly collector examining a coin with a younger collector looking over his shoulder and a pooch nosing in. Still in the original roll and mailing tube! See print  $15

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SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON 1991
San Francisco Marathon Print for the June 23, 1991 event presented by Mercedes-Benz. Full color design printed on heavy, matte finish, cream colored stock, VF+ condition, large 24 x 36 inches, issued in 1991, rolled, O/P. Stylized runners with images of the city's famous landmarks in the background. See print  $40

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GILBERT SHELTON
FAT FREDDY'S CAT - YAHOO! Unsigned, NM- condition with pinholes in each border corner, size 19.5 x 22 inches, color, coated heavy stock, published by Rip-Off Press, Inc. with a 1979 copyright date, long O/P. Gil's facsimile signature is printed on the bottom right border and the poster title "YAHOO!" is in the bottom center border. Classic poster from the Freak Brothers world with six panels of high energy from Fat Freddy's Cat. He dances wildly and runs away in the last panel thinking, "I just love that shit-kickin' music!" Perfect for all Underground Comix collectors. This strip appears on the inside back cover of The Adventures Of Fat Freddy's Cat Book 1. Stored flat, ships rolled. See poster  $60

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SPIRIT OF ARIZONA
Full color print commemorating the B-2 Stealth Bomber Naming Ceremony for the Spirit of Arizona plane at Davis-Monthan AFB on March 20, 1998. Printed on heavy coated stock, VF-NM condition, approximately 11 x 14 inches, issued in 1998, O/P. Very limited production for distribution at the ceremony. Shows the B-2 in a fly-by with an Arizona accented background and the Spirit of Arizona logo at the bottom. See print  $30

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FRANK THORNE
GHITA
Unsigned plate taken from THE F.O.O.G. PORTFOLIO, O/P. Black & white, 11 x 14 inch, plate printed on matte finish white paper, issued in 1982. Delicate full figure nude of Ghita laying down that appears to have been taken directly from a pencil drawing by Frank. Originally part of the portfolio and not offered as a solo print for sale. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this item. By clicking the "See plate" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See plate  $10

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THE WHO plus The James Gang 1970 CONCERT POSTER
Full color, Electric Factory Concerts, reproduction poster from the Wednesday, June 24, 1970 concert at The Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA. The James Gang opened for The Who that night and are mentioned on the poster. The poster shows cartoon images of The Who with Roger twirling his mic, Keith throwing a drumstick in the air, Pete flinging his guitar, and John playing bass and tapping his foot. The poster is in a lightweight black wooden frame with plexiglass and a small plaque is on the bottom frame that simply reads "1970."  The frame measures 14 x 25 inches with roughly a 12.75 x 23.5 inch opening, so the poster is somewhere between there in size. Issued circa-1998 and come with an Electric Factory COA from promoter Larry Magic. Nice reproduction for someone who doesn't have a few thousand laying around for an original. Ready to hang. The original retail price on this poster was $75. See framed poster  $50

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COMIC BOOK PROMOTIONAL POSTERS
The following are all promotional posters distributed by various comic book companies between 1970 and 1995. They are all color and on slick paper stock, unless otherwise indicated as B&W (black & white) or Matte paper stock. These are all long out of print promos for various series or titles that were distributed to comic book shops or through trade magazines. Almost all the large posters were issued folded and folds are indicated by NF (no fold), 2x = in half, 4x = in quarters, 6x = in sixths, 8x = in eighths. NOTE: Images are shot with a digital camera; while they give you a good idea of what the posters look like, they do not capture the true vibrancy or subtlety of the colors in the posters. In other words, if the image here grabs you, you'll love the actual poster.

BARBARELLA - Artwork by Jean-Claude Forest, Published by Eric Losfeld, no date but obtained in 1972, French promo flyer for Barbarella Volume 2, 4 pages, VG condition (text pages have one price correction and one line through sold out material in blue ink), approximately 8.75 x 11.25 inches, glossy stock, color artwork from the graphic album on page 1, the centerfold is all advertising text, the back page has a promo for another graphic album with B&W images. Nudity throughout, All in French! You must be 18 years of age or older to order this item. See promo flyer page  $2.50

THE BIG GUNS - Artwork by Phil Winslade, Marvel Comics, 1992, condition NM & VF, NF, size Two 8.5 x 11 inch panels, The 2 panels form one image of The Punisher, Luke Cage, Death's Head, Nomad, and Silver Sable. See both panels  $3.50

CAMELOT 3000 - Artwork by Brian Bolland, DC, 1982, condition NM with manufacturers fold slightly off square, 2x, size 10 x 13.25 inches; Shows the main promotional image of Arthur and the supporting cast. The back of this fold open image has promos for Arion, Lord of Atlantis and Masters of the Universe. See poster  $2.50

CEREBUS BI-WEEKLY - Artwork by Dave Sim, Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1988, condition NM-, 4x, size 17 x 22 inches; Shows the covers of issues #1 - 4. See poster  $6.50

CEREBUS: CHURCH & STATE - Artwork by Dave Sim, Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1991, condition NM-, 4x, size 15.5 x 22 inches; Cerebus, Wolveroach and pals, shows the covers of issues #51 - 54. See poster  $8

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COMICO COMICS LINE - Artwork by Ken Steacy, Comico Comics, 1986, condition NM, 8x, size 20 x 29 inches; Great image of the entire Comico line, including Grendel, Mage, Jonny Quest, The Elementals, Justice Machine, Ginger Fox, and more! (2 copies available) See poster  $10

ALFRED COURMES / JIM LEON - Published by Eric Losfeld, 1972, French promo flyer for several books, 4 pages with 2 additional insert pages, VF (text pages have price corrections and lines through sold out material in black ink), approximately 8.25 x 10.75 inches, glossy stock, color artwork on page 1 by Courmes, the centerfold advertises a few items with B&W artwork for Flavio Costantini and "Confiture de Tropiques" by d'Edouardo Catinari, the back page has a color promo for "Jess" by Bernard Franjin (or Frangin) with artwork by Jim Leon (whose style tips its hat to Richard Corben). One insert page is all text and the other promotes "Images du Roman Noir" by Maurice Levy with cartoons on the reverse side. Nudity throughout, All in French! You must be 18 years of age or older to order this item. By clicking the "See covers" link, you are confirming that you are 18 years of age or older. See both covers  $4

DC 1988 COVER CALENDAR - Artwork by Various Artists, DC Comics, 1988, condition NM, 6x, size 21 x 28 inches, Heavier than normal paper stock; 96 Covers from every major series are reprinted, including Ronin, Swamp-Thing, Star Trek, Watchmen, Dark Knight, Superman, Batman, and many more! See poster  $10

DREDD RULES! - Artwork by Simon Bisley, Fleetway/Quality Comics, 1992, condition VF, 4x, size 14 x 19.5 inches; Judge Dredd in action. See poster  $7.50

EPIC SUMMER COMICS - Artwork by Frank Cirocco, Moebius and others, Epic/Marvel Comics, 1991, condition NM-, 6x, size 21.5 x 24 inches; Promo for 6 series including Alien Legion, Wild Cards and Blueberry. See poster  $6

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THE EVOLUTIONARY WAR - Artwork by Walt Simonson, Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema & others, Marvel Comics, 1988, condition NM, 8x, size 26.5 x 36 inches; Covers from Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, X-Men, The Avengers, Silver Surfer, The Punisher, and more! See poster  $8

THE GIFT - Artwork by Alfredo Alcala, Blackthorne Publishing, 1986, condition NM, NF, size 8.75 x 11.25 inches; Not really a poster, this appears to be the heavy stock cover for the graphic novel that was given out as a promo. The size listed above is really the front cover artwork size, so technically there is a fold in half but it doesn't affect the image. The back cover has "The Gift" poem by Henry Gibson printed on it. The inside cover is all repetitive images of lady liberty. See cover image  $2

GREY - Artwork by Yoshihisa Tagami, Viz Comics, 1988, condition VF, 4x, size 17 x 22 inches; Main characters and spaceships. See poster  $6.50

HARVEST OF EVIL - Artwork by Simon Bisley, Marvel Comics, 1991, condition NM, 8x, size 17.5 x 34 inches; Gorgeous painting by Biz of Dracula, Man-Thing, Pinhead (Hellraiser), and more! See poster  $10

HEARTBURST - Artwork by Rick Veitch, Epic/Marvel Comics, 1984, condition NM, 2x, size 11 x 14 inches; Cover of the graphic novel. See poster  $4.50

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HERO COMICS - Artwork by Rick Hoberg, 1988, condition VF+ with light staining in the light blue area on the left of the poster, 2x, size 10.5 x 14.75 inches. See poster  $1.50

HEROES FOR A NEW DECADE - Artwork by Paul Smith, Stan Woch & others, TSR, Inc., 1990, condition VF, 8x, size 20.5 x 32 inches; Buck Rogers, 13 Assassin, Warhawks, RIP, and Intruder. See poster  $4.50

IMPACT COMICS - Artwork by unknown, DC Comics, 1991, condition Fine, NF, size 8.5 x 11 inches; Previews promotional item featuring DC's revival of Archie's The Shield, The Fly, The Web, The Comet, and The Jaguar. More artwork and text on the back. See promo  $1

THE INCREDIBLE HULK - Artwork by Paul Pelletier and Danny Miki, Marvel Comics, 2011, condition VF+, 2x, size 10 x 13 inches; two-sided promo for Incredible Hulks #635 announcing Greg Pak's final series ending issue and the #630-635 "Heart Of the Monster" storyline with the Hulks, Wendigo, Bi-Beast, and the lovable Fin Fang Foom. See poster front and back  $2.50

KRIS KOOL - Artwork by Philip Caza (Philippe Cazaumayou), Published by Eric Losfeld, 1970, two different French color promo flyers, both 4 pages and Fine condition. #1 approximately 9.5 x 12.5 inches, 2x (issued folded in half), matte stock, psychedelic artwork from the graphic album on all 4 pages; #2 approximately 8.25 x 10.75 inches, slightly glossy stock, Kris Kool only on back page with the remaining pages promoting other graphic albums. Nudity throughout both flyers, All in French! See #1 promo cover  Both for $6

MARVEL MILESTONES - Artwork by Various Artists, Marvel Comics, 1988, condition VF, 2x, size 11 x 17 inches; Avengers #300, Captain America #350, Thor #400. See poster  $3

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MOEBIUS - Artwork by Moebius, Epic/Marvel Comics, 1987, condition NM, 8x, size 22 x 34 inches; Cover of Moebius Volume 2. See poster  $10

MS. TREE - Artwork by Terry Beatty, Renegade Press, 1985, condition VF, 2x, size 11 x 17 inches; Ms. Tree in handcuffs. See poster  $3

NATHANIEL DUSK - Artwork by Gene Colan, DC Comics, 1983, condition NM, 4x, size 17 x 22 inches, Heavier than normal paper stock; Dusk lighting a smoke. (2 copies available) See poster  SOLD

NAUSICAÄ OF THE VALLEY OF WIND - Artwork by Hayao Miyazaki, Viz Comics, 1988, condition NM-, 8x, size 21 x 30 inches, Matte; Gorgeous watercolor image that goes edge to edge without borders. See poster  $9.50

NULL PATROL - Artwork by Kirk Durfey, Escape Velocity Press, 1986, condition NM, NF, size 8.5 x 11 inches, B&W, Matte parchment stock; another small press victim of the eighties B&W implosion. See poster  $1

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PIRANHA PRESS - Artwork by Dan Sweetman, Michael Davis and Alec Stevens, Piranha Press, 1989, condition NM, 2x, size 10 x 13.5 inches; images from Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children, The Sinners and ETC. The back has more artwork and details about these three series. See poster  $2

RONIN - Artwork by Frank Miller, DC Comics, 1983, condition NM, 4x, size 17 x 22 inches, B&W; Main characters with quotes from industry professionals. See poster  $10

SATAN'S TEARS: THE ART OF ALEX NIÑO - Artwork by Alex Niño, The Land of Enchantment, 1977, condition Fine with staple hole in top border, 3x, size 11 x 25.5 inches; Not really a true poster, more of a tri-fold promo for the book with a color front along side a 2-page B&W illustration combining as the "poster" and a single page illustration with 2 pages of ordering text on the opposite side. See promo cover and illustration  $2.50

THE SHADOW LINE SAGA - Artwork by Bill Sienkiewicz, Epic/Marvel Comics, 1987, condition NM, 8x, size 22 x 34 inches; Doctor Zero, St. George and Powerline. See poster  $9

SIX FROM SIRIUS 2 - Artwork by Paul Gulacy, Epic/Marvel Comics, 1985, condition NM-, 2x, size 11 x 16 inches; Main characters shown. See poster  $5

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SOVEREIGN SEVEN - Artwork by Dwayne Turner, DC Comics, 1995, condition NM, 2x, size 9 x 12 inches; New series by Chris Claremont with lead characters shown. See poster  $5

SPEEDBALL - Artwork by Steve Ditko, Marvel Comics, 1988, condition NM, 2x, size 11 x 17 inches; Main characters shown. (2 copies available) See poster  $5

TARZAN THE WARRIOR - Artwork by Simon Bisley, Malibu Comics, 1992, condition NM, 8x, size 20 x 28 inches; "You've Never Seen Tarzan Like This Before!," No borders so the artwork goes edge to edge. See poster  $8

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES - Artwork by A. C. Farley, Mirage Comics, 1991, condition VF, 8x, size 22 x 34 inches; Collected books promo with all 4 turtles in action. See poster  $7

THIRD WORLD WAR - Artwork by Glenn Farry, Fleetway/Quality Comics, 1990, condition VF, 4x, size 17 x 21 inches; 2000 A.D. Series by Pat Mills and Carlos Ezquerra. See poster  $4

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VIKING GLORY: THE VIKING PRINCE - Artwork by Bo Hampton, DC Comics, 1991, condition NM, 2x, size 6.75 x 10.25 inches, The front cover is the Viking Prince (shown on the image scan), the centerfold is painted panels from the graphic novel without word balloons and the back cover shows the Prince fighting a dragon. More of a flyer promo than a poster. See promo  $1.25

VOID INDIGO - Artwork by Val Mayerik, Epic/Marvel Comics, 1984, condition NM, 2x, size 11 x 16 inches; Controversial, short-lived series and graphic novel. (2 copies available) See poster  $5

WHITE WOLF PRINT FLYER: 1981, NM. B&W Flyer with half tones, size 5 5/8 x 8 1/2 inches, from Black Lotus publishing, promoting Robert Gould's latest limited edition print, "White Wolf," with the back showing his "Peter Pan" print for sale, inside Gould's "Woman Of Inspiration" prints are reproduced. A separate sheet is inserted showing Barry Windsor-Smith's latest limited edition offerings, "Icarus" and "Sibyl." Not really a comic book poster, but it semi-fits here. See cover  $1

WORDSMITH - Artwork by Rick Taylor, Renegade Press, 1985, condition VF, 4x, size 17 x 22 inches; Collage with portraits of the 6 lead characters. See poster  $7

X-FACTOR - Artwork by Larry Stroman and Al Milgrom, Marvel Comics, 1991, condition NM, 4x, size 14 x 22 inches; Main characters shown. See poster  $7.50

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