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Boom Studios
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Khary Randolph pencils and signed; image size 11" x 16"
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Pg. 8; Tom Sutton pencils and inks; 10.25" x 13.5"; original production art, mostly stat, extension on right ink and pencil
"Baku the Dream Eater"
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Pg.2; Unknown Artist on paper; 10" x 12.25"; possible color guide for Philippino comic book
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Pg. 6; Steven Hughes pencils and inks; 9.75" x 15"
"The Covenant: The Life of Death on Earth"
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Charlton
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Pg. 9; Charles Nicholas pencils and signed, Vince Alascia inks and signed
When the Bell Tolled 
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Dark Horse
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Pg. 1; Shawn McManus pencils, Jim McDermott inks; 10" x 15.25"
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Dark Horse
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Pg. 10; Shawn McManus pencils, Jim McDermott inks; 10" X 15.25"
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Toby Press
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Pg. 11; Moe Marcus pencils, Rocco Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"
"Hand of Fate"
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Toby Press
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Pg. 12; Moe Marcus pencils, Rocco Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"
"Hand of Fate"
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Toby Press
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Pg. 14; Moe Marcus pencils, Rocco Mastroserio inks; 12" x 18"
"Hand of Fate"
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Marvel
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Pg. 8; Gil Kane pencils and inks; 13.5" x 20"
After a brief and unsuccessful stint at MLJ as a production artist, Gil Kane began pencilling as a freelancer, and soon found himself in demand (even at MLJ) during the post-Superman comic book boom. Having befriended DC editor Julius Schwartz shortly after the war, he worked alongside Joe Kubert and Carmine Infantino to develop the bright, jazzy house style for DC's Silver Age hero lineup. Kane's clean, dynamic line, and dramatic composition helped define the Green Lantern, the Atom, and others for a generation. Eventually migrating to Marvel by the mid-1960s, Kane worked on a classic run of Spider-Man issues and became Marvel's go-to cover artist for much of the 70s.

This first outing for Kane on the Hulk strip in Tales to Astonish shows how much leeway he was given to buck the Kirby look that most Marvel artists worked under. While Kane's Dutch-angle framing and motion-oriented layouts were breezier than the stolid, earthy look preferred by Kirby and Ditko, his deft pen proved a perfect match for Marvel's adolescent power-fantasy character designs. Kane didn't work on the strip for long, but his tenure introduced the Abomination, and helped loosen up the title to become the gleeful monsteriffic stompfest it eventually turned into once the Hulk got his own solo title back.Excelsior!
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Harvey
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Pg. 20; Moe Marcus pencils; 12" x 18"
"The Cry of Satan"
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Harvey
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Pg. 24; Moe Marcus pencils; 12" x 18"
"The Cry of Satan"
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Arnel Coronel pencils, inks and signed on paper; 9.5" x 14.5"; from Filipino horror anthology "Holiday"
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Image
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Gorgeous commisioned cover, art by Matthew Kirscht; image size 15" x 9.75"


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Image
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9 pen and ink drawings by Charlie Adlard of members of Slipknot; All images 11.5" x 7.75"; published May 2015 in Metal Hammer magazine
Incredibly cool and rare! Charlie Adlard did 9 individual pen and ink drawings. One of each member of the notorious heavy metal band Slipknot! Originally published in the May 2015 issue of Metal Hammer magazine that includes an interview with Cory Taylor of Slipknot and Charlie Adlard. Charlie's drawings are all over the interior of the magazine plus the front cover illustration of Corey Taylor! Lot comes with a copy of the original Metal Hammer magazine! All drawings are signed by Charlie Adlard!

The pairing of one of comic book's pre-eminent horror artists with one of Heavy Metal's biggest horror-based acts is a match made in, somewhere other than heaven, to say the least. This brilliant set of five drawing of members of Slipknot, rendered by Charlie Adlard is nothing short of awesome. Originally published in Metal Hammer magazine, this quintet of ill-tempered illustrations, all signed by the artist, are sure to please TWD and Heavy Metal fans alike.
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Image
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Back Cvr; Cliff Rathburn pencils, inks, and signed; image size is 17" x 11"; originally published Nov. 12, 2008
After beginning his career at DC, inker Cliff Rathburn found himself a home as the greyscale inker for the Walking Dead, and also contributed many of the stunning, gory and memorable back cover illustrations for the series. This particular piece contains many winks to the discerning horror fan, from the Vampirella shirt, to the collapsed mohawk and even the biohazard sign and alarming headline posters in the background, this is another in a long line of Rathburn's indelible walker images that have become part and parcel of the beloved series.
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Image
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Variant Cvr; Chris Giarrusso pencils, inks and signed; image size 11" x 17"
Chris Giarrusso is a Marvel artist known for his child-sized versions of notable characters
Here's a delectable signed piece of work by niche comic artist Chris Giarrusso that pays a handsome tribute to Tony Moore, commemorating Moore's famous cover illustration for The Walking Dead #1. Giarrusso, the creator of the Mini Marvels comic series, is emerging as the king of cute kiddie-style comic illustration, and Walking Dead fans got a kick out of this change-of-pace alternative cover when it was published as a variant to Walking Dead #103. Though it may be a counter-intuitive approach, the piece emphasizes the status of the comic book as a burgeoning phenomenon.

Set the cute-ified part aside and the details of the original cover have been faithfully rendered, showing Sheriff Rick Grimes reloading his rifle in front of a broken shop window, where a pack of hungry walkers is reflected in the shattered glass and the reader knows nothing will ever be the same. Cute walkers are endearing walkers, but scary nonetheless. This published cover is a great collectible for Walking Dead and Giarrusso fans alike.
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Image
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Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size 9" x 13.75"
Rick confronts Hershel about the "Dead Ones"
In early Walking Dead stories, there was still a conflict and question at the center of the story, were the dead dead? On the wrong side, some felt there was a possibility of curing walkers of their disease, or curse, if you will. Eventually, the rules of Darwin prevailed and our protagonists grew to understand that there was no magical cure and they were all destined to share the same fate. All mankind is doomed to hungrily walk, it's that simple. This page addresses that question directly, as Hershel and Rick discuss the fate of Hershel's dead, and his terrible decision to store them in his barn until he can figure out how to help them. This is another great Adlard page from the early days of this Modern Age powerhouse.
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Image
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Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 13.5" x 9"; originally published Sep. 20, 2006
Martinez guarding the Woodbury fences


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Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 10.25" x 6.75" ; originally published Jan. 7, 2009
Rosita comforting Abraham
After saving Rick, Abraham walks away from the group, and Rosita finds him shaking and crying. Abraham tells her he pointed a gun at Rick before he even saw any zombie. Abraham pleads with Rosita to not let him kill again. After this discussion, Abraham and Rosita kiss.

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Pg. 1; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 10.25" x 6.75"; originally published Nov. 24, 2010
Heath and Andrea talk about his relationship with Denise


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Pg. 2; Charlie Adlard pencils, inks and signed; image size 9" x 13.75"
Rick confronts Hershel about the "Dead Ones"
n this companion piece to Pg. 1 of TWD #11, we have a heated argument between Rick and Hershel concerning the nature of the pandemic they are just learning to cope with. Charlie Adlard, who took over for Tony Moore as artist for the series in issue #7, masterfully illustrated the page. Rick and Hershel stand apart, both with obvious belief in their convictions. Series creator, Robert Kirkman, wanted to hire Adlard as Moore's replacement but was afraid he could not convince the incredibly gifted and popular artist to work on the book. The stars aligned for Kirkman, and he got his wish, and the rest is comic book history. A piece of that history is available for one of our fortunate clients to make their very own.
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Pg. 2-3; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size is 20.25" x 14.5"; originally published Nov. 15, 2004
Rick and Tyreese find four other survivors in the prison
Rick and Tyreese find four other survivors in the prison they are currently occupying, Dexter, Andrew, Axel, and Thomas Richards. They bring the rest of the group inside the cafeteria where they eat for the first time in quite a while. But, unlike Rick's initial thought, the new survivors reveal they are inmates not guards.

In issue #14 of the Walking Dead, Rick and his group begin the process of clearing out the prison, when they discover four inmates in the cells, and have to decide whether or not to trust these newcomers. In this double-page spread they feed, and then begin to interrogate Axel, Dexter, Thomas and Andrew. The obvious concern and distrust on Rick's face is expertly rendered by Charlie Adlard, who has settled in nicely to his role of artist for the comic after taking the reins a few issues earlier. This is one of the early, pivotal moments in the series, which has repercussions that impact the entire future of the story.
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Pg. 2; Charlie Adlard pencils and inks; image size 13.5" x 9" ; originally published Sep. 20, 2006
Survivor Randy Warburton comes to tell Martinez that the Governor wants to see him


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