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Richard Corben

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 19 November 2016

I’m a bit late with this, but here goes…

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On Saturday 19 November 2016 at 12:00 noon CST — tomorrow! — eleven pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

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Six of the pages in the November sale are from Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil (Dark Horse, 2010), while the other five pages are from Margopoulos and Corben’s ten-page comics adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Sleeper,” first published in Haunt of Horror #1 (Marvel, July 2006).

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The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 19 November 2016 at 12:00 noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

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Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 20 August 2016

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On Saturday 20 August 2016 at 12:00 noon CST, ten pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

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All seven of the interior comics pages in the August sale are from Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil (Dark Horse, 2010). The sale also includes Corben’s cover for Hellboy: Being Human (Dark Horse, 2011) and two unused promotional covers, one each for the abandoned projects Eram (2007) and Horror in the Pit, a.k.a., From the Pit #3 (2005).

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The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 20 August 2016 at 12:00 noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 13 February 2016

On Saturday 13 February 2016 at 12:00 noon CST, twenty-one pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

Ten of the pages in the February sale are from the story, “Hellboy in Mexico (Or, a Drunken Blur),” aka “Camazotz,” first printed in Hellboy #46 (Dark Horse, 2010), while the other eleven are from Corben’s own Murky World one shot (Dark Horse, 2012).

According to the Corben website, all of the pages are drawn with Sharpie and Pigma pens on 11 x 17 inch Strathmore paper, with the Murky World pages having additional rendering in “graphite pencil.”

The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 13 February 2016 at 12:00 noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 12 September 2015

On Saturday 12 September 2015 at 12:00 noon CST, ten pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

All ten of the pages in the September sale are from the graphic novel, The House on the Borderland (2000), adapted by Simon Revelstroke and Richard Corben from the novel by William Hope Hodgson.

And according to the Corben website, all of the pages are drawn with Sharpie and Pigma pens on 11 x 17 inch Strathmore paper.

The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 12 September 2015 at noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 18 July 2015

On Saturday 18 July 2015 at 12:00 noon CST, ten pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

All ten of the pages in the July sale are from the graphic novel, The House on the Borderland (2000), adapted by Simon Revelstroke and Richard Corben from the novel by William Hope Hodgson.

And according to the Corben website, all of the pages are drawn with Sharpie and Pigma pens on 11 x 17 inch Strathmore paper.

The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 18 July 2015 at noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 16 May 2015

On Saturday 16 May 2015 at 12:00 noon CST, thirty-one pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

The sale will include ten pages from Hellboy: The Bride of Hell (2009), ten pages from The House on the Borderland (2000), and ten pages plus the cover art from Starr the Slayer #2 (2009).

According to the Corben website, all of the pages are drawn with Sharpie and Pigma pens on 11 x 17 inch Strathmore paper.

The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 16 May 2015 at noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 28 February 2015

On Saturday 28 February 2015 at 12:00 noon CST, thirty pages of original comic art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

The sale will include eleven pages from Starr the Slayer #1 (2009), eleven pages from The House on the Borderland (2000), and all eight pages of “The Butcher, Part 2: Bye-Bye Miss American Dream” from Eerie #64 (1975).

According to the Corben website, the pages from Starr the Slayer and House on the Borderland are drawn with Sharpie and Pigma pens on 11 x 17 inch Strathmore paper, while “The Butcher, Part 2: Bye-Bye Miss American Dream” is drawn with brush and pen and ink, grey markers, and grey Prismacolor pencils on 12 1/2″ x 18″ Bainbridge paper.

The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 28 February 2015 at noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: Corben Art Sale, 13 December 2014

On Saturday 13 December 2014 at 12:00 noon CST, thirty pieces of original comic/illustration art by Richard Corben will go on sale via the “Sales” page on the artist’s official website.

The sale will include seven standard comic pages, a double-page spread, and two versions of the cover, the published art in ink along with an unused painted version, from Starr the Slayer #1 (2009), the first nine pages and two promotional images from The House on the Borderland (2000), all seven pages of “The Woodlik Inheritance” from Vampirella #31 (1974), and two pages from a three-page Corben cameo that appeared in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 10, #8 (2014).

All artwork is drawn in Sharpie and Pigma pens on 11 x 17 inch Strathmore paper, with the exception of the double-page spread, pages 8 and 9, from House on the Borderland, which is drawn on 22 x 17 inch paper, and “The Woodlik Inheritance,” which is drawn and painted on 13 x 17 inch Bainbridge illustration board using various media including pen and ink, grey and colour pencils, colour markers, colour film, and oil paint.

The small scans that are on the Corben website right now are intended for “viewing only.” Prices will be posted when the sale goes live on Saturday 13 December 2014 at noon CST, at which point the first person to complete the PayPal shopping cart for each page will receive that page.

Heads Up: CorbenComicArt.com

Just thought long-time friends of RCN might like to know that Richard Corben and his wife, Dona, have tweaked the design of Corben’s website, have added some new content, and have purchased a new domain: CorbenComicArt.com. I’ve already updated all of the links in my previous posts here at RCN to reflect the change, and I encourage others with blogs and websites to do the same.

Have a happy!
RC

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