London-based Comic Book Auctions (ComPal) November catalogue has just opened for bidding at the-saleroom.com and includes some magnificent artwork boards from the Bob Monkhouse Archive – along with, separately, some rather nifty comics-inspired badges and several “giveaways” from various British comics. Comedian, game show host Bob Monkhouse started his career in the 1940s as a script writerContinue reading Bob Monkhouse Archive auction items include Frank Bellamy TV21 Thunderbirds art and more
Beano and the Isle of Man Post Office have joined forces to celebrate 80 years of the world’s longest running and most loved comic with a special collection of stamps, featuring Beano’s iconic characters Dennis & Gnasher on the Isle of ManContinue reading Happy Beano-mas! Isle of Man launches Beano Christmas Stamp’s
[Updated 31st October 2018] This cover for Marvel UK’s Dracula Lives #29, published in 1975, has some comic creators about who actually drew it. Selling for just over $400 on Heritage Auctions this past weekend, the site doesn’t list the penciller and its credit for Mike Eposito as inker is being challenged, with 2000AD artistContinue reading Marvel UK art mystery – who pencilled this “Dracula Lives” cover back in 1975?
Art by British artists such as Charlie Adlard, Alan Davis, Mark Farmer, Dave Gibbons and Barry Windsor Smith is included in the latest Heritage Auctions, taking place 15th – 17th November in Dallas, Texas. Art by US artists such as Jim Aparo, Jack Kirby and Wally Wood and European creators such as Sanjulian, is also onContinue reading Dave Gibbons Watchmen art and much more on offer in latest Heritage Auctions
Quickly following up on the success of the NICE convention last weekend, the NICE 2018 Auction, in aid of next year’s event, opens soon on the CatWiki site. Comic artists who were guests at NICE 2018 last week – who included Ryan Brown, Ian Churchill, Alan Davis, Esad Ribic, Patricia Martín Samaniego, Lew Stringer, Dylan Teague and manyContinue reading NICE 2018 auction offers amazing comic art in fund-raising bid for future events