The Upper Deck Gallery will be at San Diego Comic-Con next week and it will have a pair of prints as well as an artist appearance for those who are Marvel-inclined.
The group image with an SDCC focus featuring Spider-Man, The Avengers, The Guardians of the Galaxy and more seen above is $85 and will be available throughout the show while supplies last.
The Upper Deck Gallery‘s latest release is not even supposed to be here today.
A pair of prints for Kevin Smith‘s Clerks — the self-financed, filmed-at-night story of friends working at a convenience store filmed in a real convenience store — is the latest creation from the company in a series of pieces featuring past films and comic book characters.
“I absolutely love this movie. I hope it shows through in the drawings,” said artist Steve Stark. “The team at Upper Deck and I tried to put in as many references as possible. It’s the seed for the entire View-Askewniverse.”
The Upper Deck Gallery‘s latest release features one of the more iconic films of recent years with two versions for collectors to choose from.
This time, the film is Kill Bill and a pair of prints by artist Krista Timberlake are the latest creation from the company in a series of pieces featuring past films and comic book characters.
“I’ve always been a great admirer of Quentin Tarantino‘s films, and Kill Bill Vol. 1 is way up there on my list of favorites,” Timberlake said. “The film has a ton of tough chicks with complex character development, fabulous one-liners, hysterically funny and cringe-worthy gratuitous violence bits, the best-choreographed fight scenes ever and a stellar soundtrack.”
Two members of The Avengers are the first super heroes who are subjects of a new release from the Upper Deck Gallery as part of a larger portfolio available in two versions.
Hawkeye and Black Widow are the first of a six-poster series showing the group in action using a Japanese woodblock presentation. Artist Marcelo Baez has created the series, which will be unveiled in pairs each Thursday by the company.