Nine years ago, I drew the art pictured here for an OFFICIAL Marvel Comics Holiday postcard that Marvel sent out to business associates, featuring the Mini Marvel characters busting out dance moves made famous by the Peanuts gang in “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
I still have a handful of these unique collector’s items on hand. I will send it to you autographed on the front and in an envelope. All gone!
The cover of the first Marvel & DC Comics crossover event, SUPERMAN VS THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, was drawn by the late, great Carmine Infantino. This SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN TEAM-UP sketch cover is a tribute to that crossover classic!
Captain America on a FALLEN SON: THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN AMERICA sketch cover. Colors here by Laura Marin. I think this comic was about the death of Captain America. Don’t worry, Captain America is not dead anymore.
It’s Spider-Man’s foe, Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime, drinking chocolate milk on a sketch cover variant of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #648.
The 2010 MID-OHIO-CON program guide actually had a variant sketch cover with the surrounding border art drawn by me! Here’s one with an original Spider-Man sketch.
It’s the (original android) Human Torch, Prince Namor the Sub Mariner, and Captain America! These three heroes fought together in World War II as a team called “The Invaders.” I never understood the logic of calling them “Invaders,” since it’s an inherently villainous name, especially in the context of WWII. Anyway… THE MARVELS PROJECT sketch cover!