**20% of proceeds going to the Committee to Protect Journalists
Grey Matter Art, under license from Marvel, are very excited to announce a new officially licensed, limited edition fine art print for the character Venom, with artist, Paolo Rivera. We are honoring the 30th Anniversary of this character by releasing Paolo’s amazing variant comic cover of Venom: First Host #1 (2018). This is a new line of fine art collectibles that we will be releasing, so be sure to follow us for more announcements.
On sale Thursday, November 8th at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) HERE.
Grey Matter Art is very proud to announce our next release featuring the amazing talents of artist, Kilian Eng. This is the second part of his art print series titled, ‘The Last Wave II’. We think this works as a great companion piece to his previous installment, and really expands on the environment he created. Also, we are excited to offer a key line variant as well.
On sale Thursday, October 25th at 1pm Eastern (10am PDT) HERE.
Mad Duck will are releasing two new Masters Of The Universe posters by Tim Seeley! The “Girls Of Grayskull” feature the most popular female characters of Eternia, with a few lesser known characters added as well! Can you name the characters?
On sale Wednesday, October 10th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.
Bottleneck Gallery is kicking things off with an online NYCC pre-launch with Laurent Durieux’s long-awaited E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, which warms our human hearts; JC Richard continues his superb series of Superman prints; and Martin Ansin tackles Terry McGinnis’ take on the Caped Crusader with his Batman Beyond print of his Rebirth #1 cover.
All of these prints will be available on Wednesday, October 3rd @ 12PM ET (9am PDT) HERE.
“Philadelphia is comprised of a vast array of endless neighborhoods, each as different and distinct as the next. Sharing slang and dialects indecipherable to most ears, yet commonly used in every day conversation, such as ordering lunch or rooting for the local sports teams, one can’t walk through this city without seeing road signs plastered with sticker art promoting a local band or just a weird turn of artistic phrase. “The City of Brotherly Love” has a charm that many people may never understand. Although raised in another state, I’ve called the Philly area “home” for over 25 years. We have a complicated relationship, this city and I. A love-hate relationship for the ages, you might say” – Scott Derby