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Russ Heath’s Yellow Heat Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Russ Heath is one to the finest artists in comic book history. In a career that began more than 70 years ago, he has worked for nearly every publisher. This Artist’s Edition Portfolio prints one of Heath’s most beautiful and notorious stories, “Yellow Heat!” Originally published in Vampirella #58 in 1977, “Yellow Heat” has been […]

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Neal Adams’ Thrillkill: Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Neal Adams redefined the look of comics in the 1970s. His groundbreaking dynamic storytelling, coupled with a sense of realism that was never before seen in mainstream comics, has made Adams one of the most influential artists of the last 50 years. He was responsible for what many consider to be the definitive version of […]

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Frank Cho’s Savage Wolverine Artist’s Edition

Frank Cho is a modern comic art master. Influenced by the great American illustrators (Like Franklin Booth and Joseph Clement Coll) and comic book artists (Frank Frazetta and Al Williamson, to name a few), Cho has incorporated these great talents and developed his own, unique style, one that has made him a fan-favorite sensation. This Artist’s Edition collects the first five […]

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John Byrne’s X-Men Artifact Edition

John Byrne’s run on the X-Men began with issue #108 and lasted until #143. The team of Claremont, Byrne, and Austin made the X-Men (which was already a hit series under Dave Cockrum) soar to the top of the charts in comics sales. They introduced Alpha Flight, and then created the near mythical storylines “The […]

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Jim Starlin’s Marvel Cosmic Artifact Edition

Jim Starlin was one of the driving creative forces at Marvel Comics in the 1970s and ‘80s. His turns on Warlock, Captain Marvel, and others have laid the groundwork for much of the Marvel Universe for decades. This Artifact Edition will include beautiful pages that have been scanned from the original art, including many rare and […]

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Michael Golden’s G.I. Joe Yearbook: Artist’s Edition Portfolio

From the people who bring you the Eisner Award-winning Artist’s Edition series, comes the next Artist’s Edition portfolio: the legendary G.I. JOE Year Book #2 by Michael Golden. The cover and all 22 interior pages are all presented here on individual pages that mimic Golden’s gorgeous original art. And, remember, this is a HARDCOVER portfolio—like […]

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Joe Kubert’s Tarzan and the Lion Man Artist’s Edition

Collecting the brilliant Joe Kubert’s final Tarzan stories in the acclaimed and multi-Eisner Award-winning Artist’s Edition format. Including the third Tarzan novel adapted by Joe Kubert, Tarzan and the Lion Man, as well as five additional stories. Includes Tarzan issues 224, 224, 227, 228, 229, 231, 232, 233, and 234. Featuring Kubert’s masterful handling of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ […]

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Ross Andru’s The Amazing Spider-Man Artist’s Edition

Ross Andru was one of the most beloved artist’s to ever draw Spider-Man. Aside from Steve Ditko and John Romita, he is arguably the storyteller most associated with the webslinger. This Artist’s Edition collects five complete issues, including the first three in his run, Amazing Spider-Man #125-#127—and the first issue had John Romita inking Andru! […]

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Gene Colan’s Tomb Of Dracula Artist’s Edition

Tomb of Dracula by Wolfman, Colan, and Palmer has long been considered one of the best Marvel Comics of the 1970s. Colan’s atmospheric artwork was the perfect companion to Wolfman’s dark and foreboding stories—together they formed a classic series. This Artist’s Edition collects six fantastic stories, plus an incredible gallery section. IDW Publishing, January 17, 2018 ISBN 978-1-68405-217-2 12″ […]

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P. Craig Russell’s Strange Dreams Artist’s Edition

This gorgeous 12″ x 17″,  Artist’s Edition features two classic stories by master artist P. Craig Russell. The first is the final Killraven collaboration between Russell and McGregor in Marvel Graphic Novel #7, followed by Russell’s Doctor Strange: What is it That Disturbs You, Stephen? Both stories are complete and stand-alone adventures, and delicately delineated in Russell’s lovely […]