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Sideshow: Fine Art Prints Vol. 1 Book

Sideshow Collectibles’ limitless passion for creativity and entertainment has led them to become a leading source of premium, highly sought-after pop-culture collectibles—and their collection of art prints is no exception. Working with top artists such as Alex Ross, Adi Granov, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, and more, Sideshow has developed a series of beautifully crafted prints based on films, comics, TV, and animation. These officially licensed illustrations are inspired by countless fan-favorite properties, including everything from Marvel, DC, and Star Wars, to iconic classics like Terminator, Alien, Transformers, and more. Collecting the very best of Sideshow prints in one extraordinary volume, this book is a must have for art enthusiasts and pop-culture fans everywhere.

Pre-order the book HERE.

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Alex Ross Offers A Behind-The-Scenes Look Into The Making of A Timeless Mural In Marvel’s NYC Offices

Over the last two months, the humble House of Ideas has revealed 28 “Timeless” variant covers created by Modern Marvel Master Alex Ross, which will begin to hit shelves at your local comic shop in September. Now, you can get a rare glimpse inside Ross’s amazing artistic process! 

Check out a special video and watch as Ross crafts his iconic painted covers and see how his timeless imagery was made into a magnificent mural in Marvel’s NYC offices!

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X-Men: Children of The Atom Print By Michael Cho

As part of this year’s Comic-Con@Home, Mondo will release this vibrant X-Men: Children of The Atom Print by Michael Cho on Sunday, July 26. The print will be available at mondoshop.com/comic-con.

X-Men: Children of the Atom
Screenprinted poster by Michael Cho
18″ x 24″ Screenprinted poster
Edition of 175
$50

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Watch The Alex Ross Art 2020 Documentary

2020 finds us stuck at home, but for Alex Ross this has become a new opportunity to create. In this documentary featurette featuring nearly 30-minutes of exclusive new interviews, Alex dives deep into a career of bringing superheroes to life.

Alex holds nothing back in extended answers to the most frequently asked fan questions, retrospectives to his most celebrated work, and of course unveiling spectacular brand new art for 2020.

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Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Jaws, Batman Beyond, The Dark Knight & Cornetto – Bottleneck Gallery On Sale Info

The week is swinging on by, and Bottleneck Gallery is tremendously thankful for everybody enjoying their attempt at bringing the comic-con art experience right to the safety of your home!

First up, Matt Ferguson thwips into action with his officially licensed print for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and pub crawls his way to the conclusion of Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy, The World’s End. Matt’s Marvel work is always marvelous, and we’re always excited for more art with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost!

Tom Whalen helps us celebrate the Golden Age of comics with his newest print featuring Golden Age Wonder Woman! Tom’s print features a majestic Diana towering over Themyscira, in a protective and noble pose, rocking those Golden Age colors!

We’re shifting from DC Comics’ past to the future with Dave Perillo’s print for Batman Beyond! Terry McGinnis as future Batman was one of the first interesting and successful future superheroes from the late 90s, due in large part to Paul Dini and Bruce Timm using Beyond as a continuation of their Batman: The Animated Series. Rad villains, cool future slang, and of course, Old Man Bruce–Dave’s print is beyond awesome.

Doaly’s newest print really bites! His ode to Roger Kastel’s iconic Jaws movie poster lovingly embraces the classic imagery while also adding some of Doaly’s design flair. 

Lastly, Jack C. Gregory reinterprets one of the most intense scenes from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight: Joker’s hostage video with a fake Batman. The danger and intensity behind Heath Ledger’s Joker is fully realized during the hostage video, and Jack’s print is visceral and vicious, perfectly reflecting the scene!

All of these will be available for purchase Thursday, July 16 at 12PM ET at, bottleneckgallery.com!

Spider-Man: Homecoming by Matt Ferguson
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 300
$50

The World’s End by Matt Ferguson
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 195
$50

Golden Age: Wonder Woman by Tom Whalen
Screen print
12 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 175
$45

Golden Age: Wonder Woman – Variant by Tom Whalen
Screen print
12 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 100
$55

Batman Beyond by Dave Perillo
Screen print
18 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 150
$40

Jaws by Doaly
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 150
$50

Jaws – Variant by Doaly
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 50
$60

The Dark Knight by Jack C. Gregory
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 200
$50

The Dark Knight – Variant by Jack C. Gregory
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 100
$60

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Tom Whalen & Dave Perillo BFF Art Show Opens At Gallery 1988 On July 10

Gallery 1988 announces the newest 4×4 show from the duo of and Dave Perillo, this time tackling the subject of best friends.  Their last 2-person exhibit depicted enemies, and now the real-life pals are going to the opposite end of the spectrum. 

These print sets will go on sale on Friday July 10th at noon on gallery1988.com. In addition to prints, The gallery will be offering pins and stickers.

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Mondo To Release Back To The Future Poster By Adam Simpson

Mondo is celebrating the 35th anniversary of one of the greatest science fiction films of all time – director Robert Zemeckis and screenwriter Bob Gale’s iconic, endlessly quotable, sci-fi comedy masterpiece Back To The Future.

This week Mondo will release a brand-new poster exploring Hill Valley from artist Adam Simpson. Simpson’s latest work follows Marty McFly, the DeLorean, and Hill Valley itself back in time from 1985 to 1955. With elegantly rendered, lovingly detailed vignettes, he condenses one of the greatest movies ever made into a Hill Valley travelogue, and a poster we can’t take our eyes off of. 

The screenprint will go on sale HERE at 11AM CST this Wednesday, July 1st.

Back To The Future Screenprinted Poster
Art by Adam Simpson
36″ x 24″
Edition of 225
$50.

Back To The Future Variant Screenprinted Poster
Art by Adam Simpson
36″ x 24″
Edition of 125
$75

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Stephen King Mid-Century Modern Inspired Prints By Erin Hagerman

Erin Hagerman is a Binghamton, New York based designer who runs the Etsy shop, Prints and GiggIes.

She creates mid-century modern inspired prints based on popular movies including a key identifiable main image and printed dialogue from the film. The results are gorgeous.

Check out her homage to the famous Stephen King films: The Shining, Stand By Me, The Shawshank Redemption, IT, The Green Mile, and Carrie.

Each image measures 12″x18″ and is printed on smooth archival paper.  You can order them HERE for $18.99 each.

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Mondo To Release Fantastic Four #1 Screenprinted Poster

The history of Marvel Comics technically begins with the introduction of Namor the Sub-Mariner in 1939 and Captain America the following year. But the rise of the company from a scrappy publisher of romance, war, and sci-fi comics to one of the biggest entertainment brands ever really began in 1961 with Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s Fantastic Four, and the revitalization of the entire comics industry that followed.

This week Mondo will release a new poster featuring the Fantastic Four – a beautiful, screenprinted reproduction of Fantastic Four #1 by legendary artist, Jack “King” Kirby.

It’s 1961. Marvel Comics editor Stan Lee and Jack Kirby collaborate to create the company’s first new superheroes in years, a team book to compete with the distinguished competition’s Justice League of America. Rather than a group of heroes uniting to fight against evil, it would begin with a family – the world’s smartest man, his scrappy best friend, the love of his life, and her hotshot brother. Each transformed by a terrible accident, they’d stay united in their adventures (and angst) for the decades to come, and transform an entire medium along the way. 

It wouldn’t be hyperbole to say that Fantastic Four #1 is one of the most important publications ever, and we’re honored to bring you a reproduction of artist Jack Kirby’s original cover art.

It’ll be clobberin’ time on June 25th at 11AM, when the poster will be available HERE.

Fantastic Four #1 Screenprinted Poster
Art by Jack Kirby, reproduction by Jon Smith
24″ x 36”
Edition of 225.
$50.

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Alex Ross Covers For Marvel Timeless Series Coming This Fall

There’s something quite timeless about the art of Alex Ross, which is why he was the perfect artist to bring to life some of Marvel’s classic characters for their New York offices. Ross previously created a large mural for Marvel’s New York headquarters, and now fans can get their favorite characters from that mural in a series of gorgeous new Timeless variant covers. The Timeless series will feature 14 different covers in Ross’ signature style, and you can pick up the covers from September to October. As for the heroes involved, you’ll be able to find classic versions of Captain America, Iron Man, Storm, Scarlet Witch, Mr. Fantastic, Ghost Rider, Silver Surfer, and more.

“Nobody else embodies the term Timeless quite as well as Alex does,” Executive Editor Tom Brevoort said. “His work makes people relate to these fantastical characters in an entirely new way–they become plausible and real without giving up their larger-than-life qualities in the process. He’s also just about the hardest-working guy in the business–his output, given its quality, is truly staggering.”

“Marvel allowed me to do a series of full-length portraits of their most well-known heroes,” Ross said. “I wanted to illustrate timeless versions of these characters, and Marvel fully supported me in that passion. It was an honor to be asked to create this artwork for a mural in Marvel’s offices.”

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