• ROGUE TROOPER - 2000AD prog 272 page 11 - CAM KENNEDY art

    Art Type: Interior Page
    Media Type: Pencil and Ink

    ROGUE TROOPER - 2000AD prog 272 page 11 , cover date 10 July 1982, art by CAM KENNEDY.
    Art is on Heavy Art Board, 34 X 41 cm. in fine condition.  £ 950.00 pounds


  • Super early unpublished 2000ad cover from 1977! Jose Luis Ferrer art!

    Art Type: Cover
    Media Type: Pencil and Ink

    A very rare find! This was one of the early 2000ad 'Supercovers' drawn by Jose Luis Ferrer ( who worked on Battle, Starlors and early 2000ad ). The Supercovers only ran between Progs 19 (July 1977) and Prog 43 (Dec.1977). You can see where the logo placement was pencilled, and the room on the bottom right for the 'Supercover' box!  This was published however in the early 2000ad 1979 ( actually 1978, the dated a year ahead for Xmas sales! ) Annual in the back inside cover, with a short text story, as a riff on the cavemen from 20001 : a Space Odyssey!


    Art is oversized, 35 x 46 cm on card.



  • STEVE DILLON - DICE MAN issue 4 page 20- 2000ad - PAT MILLS / PREACHER

    Art Type: Interior Page
    Media Type: Pencil and Ink

    DICE MAN 4 page 20,  COVER DATE: 2nd August, 1986 Published by 2000ad.
    Art by steve Dillon, Story by Pat Mills
    Art is 36.5 x 53.5cm on heavy card
    £ 400.00


  • 2000ad prog 62 Cover - DEATH PLANET! - Brian Lewis

    Art Type: Cover
    Media Type: Pencil and Ink

    Absolutely superb early 2000ad cover offered for the first time on the open market! 2000ad Prog 62, cover date 29th April 1978.

    Artwork by acclaimed artist Brian Lewis, a stalwart of 1960s British comics, responsible for a much loved run on Captain Condor. His career was brought to an abrupt halt by his untimely death in December 1978.

    This was one of the few pieces he had the opportunity to do for 2000ad, drawn and published the year of his death. This cover launched the news series  'The DEATH PLANET' in 2000ad.


    Art is 40 x 51 cm. on CS10 art board in good condition.

    £ 4200.00 ( UK Sterling )




  • 'A History of Violence' graphic novel pages 48 and 49- art Vince Locke, Story John Wagner

    Art Type: Double Page Spread
    Media Type: Pencil and Ink
    Artist: VINCE LOCKE (all)

    A History of Violence is a graphic novel written by John Wagner and illustrated by Vince Locke, originally published in 1997 by Paradox Press and later by Vertigo Comics, both imprints of DC Comics.

    It is also the source for the film of the same name directed by David Cronenberg, the first cinematic adaption of a work by John Wagner since 1995's Judge Dredd.

    The art was done on boards supplied by DC Comics allowing Vince to draw 2 pages sequentially. So all originals are almost DPSs.

    This is a great sequences of Tom McKenna, the 'hero' of the story, getting a visit from a real life ghost from his past...the NY Mafia!!! This forces him to confront his past, which he has been running from his whole life!

    Active art area of 30 X 42 cm. on heavy Paradox press art board in very good condition

    £ 650.00 pounds




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