I have 4 or 5 pages of Wildman/Baskerville art bought from both of them. They look really nice though be aware the glue used for speech bubbles etc has degraded with age and it's not unusual for art of that era to have the speech/text bubbles come loose or fall off.
"I used to think it was a terrible thing that life was so unfair. Then I thought, 'what if life were fair, and all of the terrible things that happen to us came because we really deserved them?' Now I take great comfort in the general unfairness and hostility of the universe." — Marcus Cole, Babylon 5 — A Late Delivery from Avalon
Yikes. The price of TF artwork sure has shot up. Can't see me buying more any time soon.
Same here. I'm glad I got my haul when this stuff was worth very little in the comic art market. Most I ever paid was £54 for a page from Warrior School inc air mail and packing costs from the US. Even the 2 covers I have were £80 for the pair inc p and p direct from the artist, signed.
I've never really been interested in owning original artwork. I acknowledge that a number of fans consider them a must-have purchase but I'm not one of them. Give me a piece of artwork that one of the artists at Auto Assembly have done for me and I'm happy.
'will not mail out anything overseas without tracking and insurance, which is usually between $60-90. The option to ship for as little as $25 by boat is available, however will take approximately 3 months to get there. '
*looks at second auction*
ARRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH! LONGTOOTH ARTWORK!
Incidentally, most of the artwork for the Micromaster Wrestling issue has been sitting unsold on an art website for years. Unfortunately, it was saved in the favourites on the last computer and I'm jiggered if I can remember the name.