Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Weird Melvin #5 Now On Sale At Comixology

Weird Melvin #4

Weird Melvin #5

Story & Art by: Marc Hansen
Price: $0.99

The First Two Stories
This issue has the first two stories of Weird Melvin, which were originally created in 1992 for a monster anthology series for Tundra Publishing.

Buy now on comiXology!
Buy now on Marc Hansen Stuff!

Monday, December 8, 2014

Thanks, Beer!

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Store Update

Finally got around to updating my store to match what's on comiXology's site. More books to come. There'll be some exclusive books too (not on comiXology).

comiXology is sometimes pretty slow and at the least very inconsistent with releasing books (probably understaffed). Submitting a book can take anywhere from two weeks to four months before release. Books will release much faster for my store.

Also, my store will always have the latest update to my books. When you submit to comiXology, you can't do any updates, so there's no way to go back and do any editing.

Stay tuned...

Weird Melvin #4 Now On Sale At Comixology

Weird Melvin #4

Weird Melvin #4

Story & Art by: Marc Hansen
Price: $0.99

The Death Comic
The Swamp Witch tries to kill the Kid with the Death Comic, as Shag creates a pair of extremely large and extremely horny monster maggots.

Buy now on comiXology!

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Evil Actors












Caught an eBay seller, Michael Browning (comicartcollector), trying to sell some Snart art he bought from Tony Caputo. Only problem; the art wasn't Tony's to sell. The art is the painted blue line for the Ralph Snart promotional folder. The seller ended the auction, but was absolutely no help otherwise in returning the art to it's rightful owner -- even after my making a fair offer for it. 

I'm not a lawyer, but I'm pretty sure if he tries to sell the art, he may risk prosecution now that he's aware of the history. This kind of thing is pretty murky since he did purchase the art legally (he wasn't aware). Most jurisdictions would award the  art to the rightful owner and leave it to, in this case, Browning to get his money back from Caputo. And then there's the matter of statutes of limitations, which have likely expired.

Overall, not impressed by Browning's reputation as an art dealer or as a person.

Ah, the world we live in -- isn't it a joy to be surrounded by such nice people?