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Broken Robot (2). From House of Fun published by Dark Horse Comics (2012). Colors by Sarah Dyer.
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Broken Robot (1). From House of Fun #1, Dark Horse Comics (2012). Colors by Sarah Dyer.
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Bill Dickey, Poster Child For The Inflexible Asshole Fan Movement
This comic was a really big deal in my life circa 1996-1998
I totally got emotional when Sarah Dyer signed this for me
Mad Planet #2 by Sarah Dyer, 1993
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Art For Sale: We’re still experiencing a bit of a financial crisis at the moment while the Eltingville Club work continues to drag on. I should be finishing it up in a few weeks but the summer’s been super tough and we’ve turned to selling art and collectibles to help keep us afloat. We generally sell our art through eBay, for a number of reasons, but it’s a slow process and we figured we’d try something different and see if anything happens.
So: The artwork shown here comes from a variety of books and gigs, all are pen and ink on standard 17” by 15” bristol (mostly Marvel paper, it seems). Some of these are relatively expensive, at least for my stuff, because I’m starting to sell off pages I have always meant to keep, meaning, this is the stuff I like and think is worth a bit.
1) Milk and Cheese: Destroy All Stand-Up - $500
2) Dork #5, Let The Fun Begin -$400 ON HOLD
3) Hellboy: Weird Tales -$200
4) Dork #10 Cover - $800
5) Milk and Cheese: Goodbye 1 pg strip - SOLD 6) Murder Family: April Funeral’s Day pg - SOLD
7) Eltingville Club: Bread and Suck-Asses Title pg - $500
8) Sim City Urbz Web Comic pg 1 - $150
9) Exhumed Films T-Shirt design - $250 ON HOLD
Prices do not include shipping and insurance.
If you’re interested in a page, write to us at: email@example.com
Please feel free to ask about any art you’re interested in that you don’t see here. More art will be on eBay soon, thanks to everyone who’s bid and supported us while I push Eltingville off the ledge.
Sure, why not reblog a comic you wrote that got the Tumblr treatment: FYI, this story is called “The View From the Hill”, from the comic Beasts of Burden: Neighborhood Watch (out of print, available digitally here if the link works). Watercolor illustrations by Jill Thompson, lettering by Jason Arthur, script by me, the publisher is Dark Horse Comics. The first hardcover collection of 8 stories, Beasts of Burden: Animal Rites can be purchased here (if the link works). We also had a Hellboy crossover and a recent one-shot called Hunters and Gatherers came out earlier in 2014. More stories are slowly coming. End of plug. Thanks to everyone who read the story and commented, thanks to anyone who decided to pick up any of the comics. Really great to see some folks out there enjoyed what we did and helped spread the word.
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The Shitty Witch and the Crappy Cat (UPS): House of Fun #1, Dark Horse Comics, 2012
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Middle-Aged Professional Cartoonist, aka, “The Milk and Cheese Guy”.
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