Author: Scott VanderPloeg

Questions from the forums

As part of our celebration of the 100th AE format book, I solicited questions from the forum members. What would people like to know about my experiences with Artist’s Edition format books, this site, or anything that fell between. These are the questions followed by my candid answers.

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Artist’s Edition Out Of Print Sales July 2018

Luckily for most Artist’s Edition readers and collectors, almost all of these books are still available for cover price from Diamond through your local comic shop. The following are those volumes no longer available from Diamond and most likely out of print, sorted by publisher. We’re only tracking standard editions on eBay, sold worldwide listings, and don’t track damaged books. If there are no sales for the reported month the previous month’s average will be used.

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Artist’s Edition Index Podcast Episode 21

Taking the Artist’s Edition Index from print to the spoken word, join me monthly for a look at all things Artist’s Edition. This month we take a look at shipping changes, June 2018 Sales Numbers, Out Of Print Sales June 2018, August 2018 Previews Solicitations, SDCC 1018 Artist’s Edition Coverage, and reviews of Lone Wolf and Cub Gallery Edition, Michael Golden’s G.I. Joe Yearbook: Artist’s Edition Portfolio, and The Prisoner – Original Art Edition.

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August 2018 Previews Solicitations

Diamond has updated Previewsworld with the August 2018 catalogue. Scouring the full list this month shows two new Artist’s Edition format books. For complete details and daily updates visit our AE Index.

Well, one Artist’s Edition solicited through Diamond, and one through Indigogo. Read on!

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Artist’s Edition Index Podcast Episode 20

Taking the Artist’s Edition Index from print to the spoken word, join me monthly for a look at all things Artist’s Edition. This month we take a look at shipping changes, July 2018 Previews solicitations, May 2018 Sales Numbers, Artist’s Edition Out Of Print Sales May 2018, and a review of Will Eisner’s A Contract with God Curator’s Collection.

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