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Piece: Warlord of Mars #12 Ale Garza signed cover
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Descripton: Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom novels, Dynamite brings back a century of adventures in this miniseries about John Carter, who has been revived and rejuvenated through retellings of his timeless tales., Writer Arvid Nelson and artist Stephen Sadowski placed focus on the Martian princess and lead female protagonist, Dejah Thoris, who is featured on the limited Ale Garza cover. In a similar light, Garza, who also signed the cover, worked on new-generation comic books, the likes of Batgirl and Supergirl, that bring the typically secondary characters into titular focus. Garza’s adventure into the comic world has just begun, and he’s already avoiding the damsel in distress trope.
Piece: Grimm Fairy Tales Halloween Special 2013
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Descripton: Grimm Fairy Tales is the first comic series to be written by Joe Tyler, Ralph tedesco and Joe Brusha, the co-founders of Zenescope Entertainment who initially aspired to be a team of screenwriters. In Grimm, the team applied a scheme similar to a TV series - starting small and steady and ending big, opening up to a multiverse that ties everything together in a grander scheme. On the Grimm Fairy Tales cover, a consistency is also maintained with a usually semi-nude depiction of one of our beloved fairy tales. This limited variant cover copy is exclusively an urban semi-nude, without the fairy tale, by Elias Chatzoudis.
Piece: Warlord of Mars #13 Ale Garza signed cover
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Descripton: The first in the “Gods of Mars” arc, we return to the epic of John Carter’s arrival back to Mars. This issue followed the previous mystery and suspense issue prominently Dejah Thoris’s inspection into the greatest threat to the planet. A nude portrait of Dejah by Ale Garza placed her as the primary character in the previous issue, different form the damsel in distress she portrayed in the Edward Rice Burroughs’ novels. Although this arc brings us back to John Carter’s adventures on Mars, the storylines in this comic book no longer follow a linear storyline, as different arcs start to take place within the same time frame.
Piece: Vampirella #26 “The End is the Beginning is the End” DF Risque Red Sketch Variant
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Descripton: Forrest Ackerman created her, Archie Goodwin wrote her, and Trina Robbins drew her. The result is the heavily lauded vampiress that is in folklore the sensual female equivalent of Dracula. The creators’ real intent for this character is to summon an adult-oriented image of the while maintaining the necessity of her existence to redeem the world and purge it of the evil that Lilith gave birth to. This sketch variant was drawn by Brandon Jerwa and Heubert Khan Michael.
Piece: John Carter: Warlord of Mars #11 Risque Cover signed by Ale Garza
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Descripton: It's Warlord of Mars #11: A Thark's Intuition, Heretic of Mars Part 2 of 3. Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom novels, Dynamite brings back a century of adventures in this miniseries about John Carter, whose timeless tale has been revived through many renditions. Writer Arvid Nelson and artist Stephen Sadowski placed focus on the Martian princess and lead female protagonist, Dejah Thoris, who is featured on the limited Ale Garza cover. In a similar light, Garza, who also signed the cover, worked on new-generation comic books, the likes of Batgirl and Supergirl, that bring the typically secondary characters into titular focus. Garza’s adventure into the comic world has just begun, and he’s already avoiding the damsel in distress trope. Signed by Ale Garza with certificate of authenticity/ 25 out of 25 copies.