The current ComicLink Focused Auction Original Art Session ends on Friday, October 13, 2017, starting at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT. The session offers a large selection of over 700 works of comic book related artwork by accomplished artists including big names like Adams, Buscema, Byrne, Cho, Coipel, Colan, Daniel, Davis, Dell’Otto, Eastman, Finch, Golden, Grell, Heath, Heck, Hughes, Infantino, Jimenez, Kane, Keown, Layton, Lee, McGuinness, Perez, Risso, Romita Jr., Silvestri, Simonson, Starlin, Thorne, Trimpe, Turner, Tuska, Wagner, Yu, and Zeck.

Some specific examples offered in Friday night’s original art session include Art Adams Asgardian Storm illustration; Neal Adams Joker illustration; Mark Bagley Hulk #11 cover featuring Hulk vs. Lyra, Ultimate End #5 cover featuring the last appearance of the Ultimate Universe and many of its popular characters, and Thunderbolts #28 cover; John Buscema Fantastic Four #303 page; Sal Buscema Spectacular Spider-Man #143 page featuring Spidey meeting a comic book fan; John Byrne Amazing Spider-Man #4 page featuring Spidey and Byrne’s return to the Fantastic Four; Greg Capullo Angela #2 page featuring Spawn; Michael Cho Spider-Man illustration; Scott Clark Uncanny X-Men #286 page with Whilce Portacio inks; Olivier Coipel X-Men #1 page featuring Storm, Kitty Pryde, and Rogue; Gene Colan Tomb of Dracula #43 page; Richard Corben Horror in the Dark #2 page; Denys Cowan Batman #403 page featuring Batman and Robin working a case; Tony Daniel Action Comics #20 splash featuring a large image of Superman battling the Hybrid and Detective Comics #1 page featuring the Joker; Alan Davis Conan illustration; Gabriele Dell’Otto Gamora illustration; Kevin Eastman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles drawings; Ramona Fradon The Cat #5 unpublished page from the early Bronze Age Marvel title; and Ron Frenz Amazing Spider-Man #269 cover recreation featuring Spidey vs. Firelord.

Additional original art examples include Randy Green Witchblade #37 cover; Don Heck Wonder Woman #321 three pages auctioned separately, including two featuring Wonder Woman in action; Andrew Hennessy Silk #2 cover featuring a portrait of the Julia Carpenter version of Spider-Woman (inks over Bagley blueline pencils); Carmine Infantino Flash #341 page; Tyler Jenkins Peter Panzerfaust #10 cover; J.G. Jones Black Widow illustration; Gil Kane Green Lantern #60 two pages from the Silver Age featuring the Lamp-Lighter and Hal (Green Lantern) Jordan; Scott Kolins Spider-Man: The Mutant Agenda #1 page 1 splash featuring the X-Men; Alan Kupperberg Marvel Two-in-One #95 page featuring the Thing and the Mummy; Jae Lee Namor, the Sub-Mariner #31 page featuring Doctor Doom; Jim Lee Iron Man illustration and two pages from Divine Right; Ron Lim Silver Surfer #18 pages featuring Galactus; Alex Maleev Joker illustration; Tom Mandrake Batman #479 page featuring Batman battling a masked woman and Punisher #27 page featuring Punisher and Elektra; Mike Mayhew Jennifer Blood: First Blood #2 cover; Gonzalo Mayo pages from Vampirella #64 and #86 and Vampirella pin-up illustration; Walter McDaniel Deathlok #2 cover; Ed McGuinness AVX Vs. half splash Thing (Ben Grimm) vs. the X-Men’s Colossus; Jim Mooney Marvel Spotlight #27 Bronze Age Marvel page from Sub-Mariner story, Solarman #1 page 1 title splash from one of the last Marvel #1 issues written by Stan Lee, Spectacular Spider-Man #26 page featuring a large image of Spidey in action, and Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #2 page featuring Spidey in battle.

Jerome K. Moore Star Trek Annual #1 cover featuring a focus on Sulu plus James Kirk and Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual #1 cover featuring Picard and Q; Marat Mychaels Demonslayer: Into Hell #2 and #3 covers for Image Comics (auctioned separately); Rudy Nebres Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu #13 page from the Marvel Bronze Age featuring Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung-Fu; Cary Nord Wizard: The Comics Magazine #67 cover featuring Daredevil; Mike Norton New X-Men #32 finale splash featuring the X-Men and their students gathering for a candlelight tribute to all of their fallen comrades; Jason Palmer Star Trek: The Next Generation #45 cover with spotlight on Geordi LaForge; George Pérez New Teen Titans #31 page featuring the team trapped by Mother Mayhem and #32 page featuring Thunder and Lightning, Tales of the Teen Titans #41 page featuring Cyborg in battle action, and #45 page featuring Raven and Jericho; Don Perlin Defenders #129 page featuring Beast, Iceman, Angel, Valkyrie, Gargoyle, and Moondragon; Nick Pitarra The Life After #3 cover; Cliff Rathburn JLA #60 title splash featuring the entire Justice League welcoming Santa Claus as a new member; Ralph Reese Tales of the Zombie #2 page featuring Bronze Age Marvel horror art; Ivan Reis Blackest Night #3 Flash (Barry Allen) and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) ‒ old friends reunited after both returned from the dead; and John Royle Spectacular Spider-Man #116 cover featuring a rare scene of Spidey and Elektra together are offered.

More original art examples include Tim Sale Batman illustration by the legendary Batman: The Long Halloween artist; Alex Saviuk Spider-Man vs. Venom illustration, Spider-Man Adventures #13 page featuring Spidey in battle, and Web of Spider-Man #40 page featuring Spidey in action; Kurt Schaffenberger New Adventures of Superboy #2 page; Ethan Van Sciver Catwoman illustration; Bart Sears unused Wizard cover featuring Wonder Woman; Mike Sekowsky House of Mystery #202 page featuring early Bronze Age DC horror by the Silver Age Justice League of America artist; Marc Silvestri Cloak and Dagger #7 page with Terry Austin inks and X-Factor #54 page featuring Iceman; Walt Simonson X-Factor #13 page featuring Cyclops ‒ rarely available Simonson art; Paulo Siquiera two unique illustrations of the Avengers, one featuring Mantis, Moondragon, and Hellcat and one featuring the full roster from the mid-’70s; Steve Skroce Cable #17 page featuring Jean Grey and Domino; Bob Smith Batman Beyond #3 cover; Michael Turner Witchblade #5 featuring a large image of Sara; George Tuska Action Comics #550 Pre-Crisis Superman in flight, plus Clark Kent and Lana Lang, Iron Man #51 early Bronze Age page featuring the Cyborg-Sinister, and Iron Man vs. Kang illustration; Mike Vosburg Vampire Tales #8 Marvel Bronze Age horror art; David Williams G.I. Joe: Cobra Civil War #5 cover; Freddie E. Williams Robin #172 cover; Leinil Yu Beast card art featuring the popular X-Men/Avengers/Defenders member; and Mike Zeck Master of Kung-Fu #72 page featuring Shang-Chi and some Frank Frazetta paintings, and #89 page 1 title splash featuring Shang-Chi and his legendary evil father, Fu Manchu.

ComicLink is currently accepting consignments for upcoming auctions including the Focused Auction starting on October 20 and the Fall Featured Auction which will begin on November 15. The later auction will offer a Detective Comics #27 (first Batman) CGC 2.5 Blue Label Universal and many other exceptional comic books and artwork. To reserve upcoming auction placement in any of the firm’s future auctions, simply email buysell@comiclink.com with your prospective sale list, or call (617) 517-0062 (option 1). If you do not prefer auctions, ComicLink is also always accepting new sellers for the ComicLink exchange marketplaces, brokering private placement deals, and buying outright.

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