Descripton: In the fourteen-issue Ultimate Marvel series, a large set of interweaving stories including Magneto, the Sinister Six, the Chitauri, Doctor Doom, and Thanos at the center of the mayhem that called upon the best Marvel has to offer. Some issues from the series were dedicated to Thor - his origins, his initial rejection to help the Ultimates and then inevitably join forces with them. His reluctance to join is lead by his apprehension to help the US government on the premise that they will destroy the world at the cost of spreading Western values. The comic book as a complete work, autographed by writer Jonathan Hicks, is a feat to behold. Quite a lot of forethought and a lot more tedious art have been produced by co-creator and artist Bryan Hitch, whose main challenge of meeting deadlines were redeemed with his acclaimed cinematic compositions across the pages and spreads in this comic book. This issue contains the creators' and Mark Miller’s conception of Thor Odinson’s beginnings in Asgard before his tie-in with the Ultimates.
Descripton: Comic historian Mike Conroy described Venom as “one of the Marvel web-slinger's greatest nightmares." Originally a replacement costume for Spiderman, Venom later became one of the the series’ most notable villains. Venom was the result of a symbiotic alien suit attaching itself to the Spiderman-hating Eddie Brock.
This statue depicts the hulking Venom perched atop a gargoyle. Venom is shown as being physically imposing and fearsome, with his characteristic menacing smile. In his crouching state, Venom looks poised and ready to strike.
This Faux Bronze statue by Ryan Trificana captured the classic appearance of Venom as he was first shown in Amazing Spiderman #299. The sculpture tries to capture the grand stature of Venom as well as his fearsome features. Truly, Trificana’s details have managed to show us exactly why Venom is one of Spiderman’s deadliest foes. 168 out of 250 limited pieces.
Descripton: Remarked and signed by Ken Haeser is Deadpool #50 (Written by Xeric Grant-winner Daniel Way and penciled by Carlo Barberi). See our Chimichanga-loving, catchphrase-spewing mercenary with triple-personality once again tempt fate and get ever closer to tying the knot with long time (or rather eternal) romance Lady Death in this aptly titled issue: Dead, Part 1.