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The focus of this Silver Surfer/Joe Satriani custom is the original relase 45 “Surfing with the Alien” off of the album with the same name.
The artwork for the album, released August 1987 was “borrowed” from Marvel Comics’ issue #1 June of 1982 Silver Surfer, page 6, panel 1. No permission was ever granted for this although the album was re-issued in August 2007 for its 20th anniversary. That Legacy Edition artwork is displayed with the 45 and the comic is on the left surrounded by the USPS first day of issue stamps and postmarks commemorating Marvel Comics.
On the right, a photo of Joe Satriani is autographed and displayed with a Limited Edition “Silver Surfer” guitar pin.
In sleeves on the back you will find each item’s provenance as well as a duplicate comic to read. No other gathering of entertainment fine art will you find to match this History in Vogue original and one of a kind. It is the pinnacle of assemblage.
Everything is contained within a custom-built wood frame and protected by conservation glass.
We build customs occasionally by special request. We have several pieces already finished and ready for purchase at www.nwlimited.com so come claim your piece of History in VogueTM!
Free Comic Book Day is here (Saturday, May 2nd), so get yourself to your nearest comic book store and inquire about participation and rules. On the website, you can insert your zip code and find a local shop as well as learn about which comics will be available.
The idea behind Free Comic Book Day, which was introduced in 2002, is to help introduce newcomers to Comics, most notably children and thus encourage literacy and healthy participation in the hobby of reading and collecting comic books.
We were at the Emerald City Comic Con this past weekend in Seattle, Washington.
We had autographed DC and Marvel Comics pieces for sale; also the likes of Brad Meltzer signed Justice League of America comics, Heath Ledger signed Joker pics, autographed Jack Nicholson, a Hellboy piece signed by Mignola (who was at the event, by the way) and Perlman and MORE!
Here is a link to an article at the Seattle Times with a photo gallery of some of the attendees and features even though they missed our tower of WOW!
Congratulations to the new owners of these pieces sold at Comic Con this weekend:
- Marvel “Iron Man” signed by Robert Downey, Jr.
- DC Comics’ Dark Knight “Joker” signed by the late Heath Ledger
- Bruce Campbell signed “Army of Darkness” 1 of 1
- Star Wars signed by Hayden Christensen
- Yoda signed by Frank Oz
- Hellboy 1 of 1 signed by Perlman and Mignola
See our website for a full appreciation of what you can find.
Link to Digital Joystick’s blog post about the Comic Con w/great pics
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The ABC series “Wonder Woman” aired in 1976 then jumped to CBS for two seasons.
Lynda Carter starred as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman.
The series had many fans…see our tribute to this bullet-deflecting, invisible airplane-flying super heroine:
(it’s autographed by Lynda)
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One of one, autographed by Ron Perlman, the star of Hellboy (photo) and (sticker) by Mike Mignola!
Two new ones, both autographed, one by deceased actor Heath Ledger alone, the other by both Ledger and Bale, the stars of DC Comics’ “Dark Knight” movie, arguably the best of the Batman movies and certainly acting performances worthy of note.
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Here’s a list of our flash galleries illustrating a sampling of the vast range of historic events we cover, and have covered.
From one of ones to one in a thousand, all are unique, and any can be customized for you (click on the big, bold words to be transported):
An overview of all editions and customs: WOW
Our shipwreck chart of the Oregon and Washington coasts: Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard
American Motorcycle edition of 90: American Motorcycle
And a sampling of the builds to date within our edition of 90 Beatles tributesThe Beatles
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If you ask Robert Downey, Jr, who seems to have an opinion on the matter:
He admits that DC Comics’ Dark Knight made him feel “dumb” and in need of a college education, likening the movie to a Ferrari engine. Downey also alluded that there was too much going on in the plot.
His parting shot was (and I quote): “You know what? F**k DC comics. That’s all I have to say and that’s where I’m really coming from.”
Have you an opinion on which is the better bit of entertainment?
Or do you think they’re both great movies, just different?
Go with the numbers (Dark Knight took approx. 155 mil its first weekend, and is the third highest-grossing domestic film of all time with $442 million in sales as it topped the movie chart for a fourth straight weekend, Iron Man raked in about 107 mil opening weekend…) or cast your vote:
Either of the above are available for purchase.
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DC Comics at NW Limited…History in VogueTM
Marvel Comics at NW Limited…History in VogueTM
/Film – “Robert Downey, Jr. Disses the Dark Knight”
Robert Downey, Jr. talks Iron Man 2 article at Film School Rejects
Heath Ledger at IMDB
Autographed by Brandon Routh, the star of Superman Returns and 2009’s Man of Steel movies.
This one includes a 1977 Superman pin: