Monday, May 3, 2010

Dear Comic Art Fan,

CAF was asked to help eBay assemble a stellar list of Sellers, Comic Art items, and Artists to complement a special auction event that eBay wanted to test. Click Here and you'll see some amazing artwork on auction at eBay, all with No Reserve and Free Shipping. Art from John Cassaday, Don Heck, John Romita Jr, James Jean, Ed Benes, Mico Suayan, Joe Linsner and others. Get in on these auctions!

See you next week!

Bill Cox
CAF Editor-in-Chief

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Heritage Auctions ( - Come see the Comic Art closing in this Sunday's Weekly Internet Auction #110052

A Few Sample Lots:

Gene Colan and Tom Palmer - Tomb of Dracula #6 page 26 Original Art (Marvel, 1973)

Lee Elias - True Love Problems and Advice Illustrated #27 Cover Original Art (Harvey, 1954)

Greg and Tim Hildebrandt - Ultra Spider-Man Trading Card #90 Cosmic Spider-Man Illustration Original Art (Fleer, 1995)

Also check out the latest in the Comic Market at Heritage here...

Premium Member of the Week :: Michael Wages

1. Please tell us a little about yourself.

I am 30 years old and live in Georgia. I have been collecting comics since I was little and have amassed quite a large collection. I enjoy reading all types of comics, including manga, and I also read fiction novels. I used to collect action figures till I ran out of run for them. My dad and I go to a couple conventions a year and recently my sister has started going with us.  I love movies and play video games.

2. Which piece in your gallery is your favorite?

Probably my favorite piece is my Goon page by Eric Powell. I met him at a convention in Georgia. I flipped through the art he had and when I saw this one, I just had to have it. It is such a great representation of his art.

3. How long have you been collecting comic art and what prompted you to start?

Seriously been collecting art for around 12 years. When I was younger, my dad bought me a Marvel Comics Presents cover by James Fry. This got me interested in art, and after I got a job and could afford to spend money, I started getting sketches and art pages and conventions.

4. How do you display/store your collection at home?

I keep the majority of my art in portfolios. In the room I store my comic books I have a set of metal drawers in which keep the portfolios. I also have a few pieces framed.

5. What are your top five most wanted original pages or commissions?

I really want a very nice Frank Cho commission. A Thor would be nice. If not a commission, a really nice published piece, perhaps from his new Avengers book. 

A Buffy the Vampire Slayer commission by Jo Chen

I would love to have another piece by Gabriele Dell'Otto, a painted Thor or Wolverine

A commission from Alex Maleev, a Daredevil or Elektra

And anything from Frank Miller, but a nice Daredevil page from him would be perfect.

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