Tag Archives: Marvel Comics

Spider-Man Bobblehead Wars by Sonny Strait.

That is a tiny piece of cardboard crazy by Sonny Strait himself. It was officially approved by Marvel Comics, like all the sketchcards here in the Saloon.  In other words, in one tiny section of official comic book reality, Spidey got … Continue reading

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It’s true, Skottie Young did sketch cards.

That happens to be one of my favorite Marvel Comic covers of all time.  I love me some X-Babies, and when they got such a big name to make them immortal I did flips inside my head. Skottie Young.  The name gets … Continue reading

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A Freaking Magnificent Collection.

Do you know who? Yes, that is the Dark Phoenix roasting inside Jean Grey by Kate Bradley.  Today we are showcasing a single section of one of the most spectacular sketch card collections on the planet.  This is just taste of … Continue reading

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Katie Cook Goes Mainstream Marvel.

  Those blissful beauties were drawn by one of our favorite sketch card artists in the world. Her name is Katie Cook, and she stepped all the way up to the shelves of the comic book store today. Yes, it’s … Continue reading

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Monica Rambeau For The Win.

That is one of our most prized two-and-a-half by three-and-a-half inches of original art.  None other than Monica Rambeau by Joe Rubinstein from the Complete Avengers set.  She is absolutely gorgeous, and she was once known as Captain Marvel. It … Continue reading

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The Day Doop Took Thor’s Hammer.

That little beauty became the newest treasure in my sketchcard collection last night.  It is by Katie Cook from the Marvel Heroes and Villains set, and it is a re-creation of an actual moment in official Marvel continuity.  Yes, you heard me … Continue reading

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