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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Frazetta II The Legend Continues Fantasy Art 1993 Frazetta II The Legend Continues Fantasy Art 1993 LT90 - Frank Frazetta’s artistic career took off in 1948 when he was commissioned to illustrate ’Exciting Comics’ which brought him to the attention of Al Capp, creator of ‘Lil’ Abner’. From then on his work branched out into all kinds of fantasy art, as we can see in this card series where the emphasis is on imaginary beasts, muscly warriors and well-endowed women. He has illustrated film posters and has done record album covers from Herman and the Hermits to heavy metal. A museum of his work was opened in 1984. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Frazetta II The Legend Continues Fantasy Art 1993

Frazetta II The Legend Continues Fantasy Art 1993

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Greg Hildebrandt II 30 Years of Magic 1993 Greg Hildebrandt II 30 Years of Magic 1993 LT90 - Author and illustrator Greg Hildebrandt is noted for providing the artwork for fantasy and sci-fi book covers, an example being The Troll’s Grindstone (1987) on card no. 5 in this series, being, we are told, his first project since his work on the Lord of The Rings in the 1970s, and in 1976 he won the Society of Illustrators Gold Medal. Amongst the paintings on display in this set are those for Dracula, Phantom of The Opera, Robin Hood, The Wizard of Oz, Sleeping Beauty etc. with the artist’s comments on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm
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Greg Hildebrandt II 30 Years of Magic 1993

Greg Hildebrandt II 30 Years of Magic 1993

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Jack Kirby The Unpublished Archives Fantasy Art 1994 Jack Kirby The Unpublished Archives Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Comic Images specialise in 'fantasy art' cards as you can see from the entries in our Trade Card Catalogue, and Jack Kirby's comic book work has earned him a reputation as among the most imaginative artists in the industry, with more than fifty years experience, he created Captain America in 1941 and these cards exemplify Jack's talent in conjuring up superheroes, imaginary creatures and exotic scenarios. Repeat mini-image and commentary on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Jack Kirby The Unpublished Archives Fantasy Art 1994

Jack Kirby The Unpublished Archives Fantasy Art 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Judgement Day (cartoon) 1997 Judgement Day (cartoon) 1997 LT72 - Presented in cartoon comic format with artwork by Rob Liefeld and John Sibal, this is a violent sci-fi yarn of humans and cyborgs, murder and mayhem. Characters with names such as Knightsabre, Badrock, Riptide, Sentinel and Shaft set the tone for the story (cards 1 to 49). 47 to 59 show the principal players, whilst the last three cards form a subset advertising a Playstation video game. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Judgement Day (cartoon) 1997

Judgement Day (cartoon) 1997

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Maxfield Parrish Portrait of America Fantasy Art 1994 Maxfield Parrish Portrait of America Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Maxfield Parrish was given his first sketchbook when he was only three years old and he was taught to draw and paint by his father, a professional etcher, so we are told on the first cards in this series. Having intended to become an architect, he turned to painting and became a professional illustrator with an extensive variety of commissions for magazines such as 'Century', 'Colliers' and 'Life' his cover for the Easter 1922 edition of 'Life' is on no. 75 in this card series, which demonstrates his artistic skill and versatility. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Maxfield Parrish Portrait of America Fantasy Art 1994

Maxfield Parrish Portrait of America Fantasy Art 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Miscellaneous Trade Cards Meanie Babies 1998 Meanie Babies 1998 LT61 - Meanie Babies are imaginary cartoon creatures, ugly and with unpleasant habits, with names like Upchuck, Snotty, Hairball, Scummy, Warty, Moldie, Flush, Fartface, etc., from which you will get some idea as to the likely pictorial content and the juvenile humour in the rhymes on the card backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Meanie Babies 1998

Meanie Babies 1998

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Prince Valiant 1995 Prince Valiant 1995 LT90 - The intrepid warrior Prince Valiant was the hero of a series of short novels in the 1950s, adventure stories combining Avalon, Excalibur, Camelot, King Arthur, Merlin, magic and mystery. Needless to say, Prince Valiant is an accomplished hunter, swordsman and military strategist, so he regularly escapes death or worse, encountering all kinds of villains with evil intent, with complete disregard for time or place. Comic book fantasy art fronts with story on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Prince Valiant 1995

Prince Valiant 1995

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Sachs & Violens 1993 Sachs & Violens 1993 LT90 - An excuse for sex and violence presented in lurid comic-book style colour pictures, the story centres around Juanita Jean “J.J.” Sachs (a professional nude model) and Ernie “Violens” Schultz, a former war photojournalist turned fashion photographer, involved in a preposterous “snuff” (in the sense of “death”) saga which is described on the card backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Sachs & Violens 1993

Sachs & Violens 1993

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Shadow Hawk (Comic Book Art by Jim Valentino) 1992 Shadow Hawk (Comic Book Art by Jim Valentino) 1992 LT90 - Shadow Hawk is the creation of comic book artist Jim Valentino, inspired by ‘Youngblood’ (of which the sketch on card 3 is credited to Rob Liefeld) giving us a humanoid with super-human powers to avenge wrongs. Striking artwork, plus backs which give an insight as to Valentino’s mindset and his background as a writer and illustrator for Marvel Comics. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Shadow Hawk (Comic Book Art by Jim Valentino) 1992

Shadow Hawk (Comic Book Art by Jim Valentino) 1992

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Strangers in Paradise 1996 Strangers in Paradise 1996 LT90 - “Strangers in Paradise” comic magazine with artwork by Terry Moore tells the story of two girls from Houston, “Katchoo” (Karina Choovanski) and her roommate Francine. Katchoo is hot-tempered and sexy, Francine is insecure and sexy, attributes which become obvious in the stylish cartoon pictures backed by an adventurous, sometimes racy, story which is related on the card backs. Size 89x 64mm.
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Strangers in Paradise 1996

Strangers in Paradise 1996

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art The Brothers Hildebrandt Fantasy Art 1994 The Brothers Hildebrandt Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - The Detroit-born brothers Greg and Tim Hildebrandt are creators of fantasy art par-excellence as this card series demonstrates. The painting on the first card was for their own 1979 novel 'Urshurak' and much of their work is for illustrating books, for which they have won a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators, and for calendars such as the award-winning 1976 Tolkien Calendar. Their paintings have a wide appeal and are exhibited in several galleries, and their qualities are evident in this set with repeat mini-image and description on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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The Brothers Hildebrandt Fantasy Art 1994

The Brothers Hildebrandt Fantasy Art 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Cat In The Hat The Film 2003 The Cat In The Hat The Film 2003 LT72 - “I’m the Cat in the Hat, there’s no doubt about that” says the talking feline towards the beginning of this card series based on the popular 2003 ‘family’ film with colour shots on the front and a second picture plus the story in verse on the back . Basically the cat plus his odd ‘things 1 and 2’ in an adventure with children Sally and Conrad Wilson foiling bad neighbour Quinn’s dastardly plans. Size 89 x 64m.
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The Cat In The Hat The Film 2003

The Cat In The Hat The Film 2003

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Savage Dragon 1992 The Savage Dragon 1992 LT90 - Described by the originating artist Erik Larsen as “a cross between Batman, Speed Racer and Captain Marvel” Savage Dragon is typical ‘comic book’ stuff with violence aplenty in the strident images revealing violent action as the over-muscled hero with access to a formidable arsenal of weapons survives numerous encounters with devilish foes, and the occasional over-endowed female is thrown into the mix for good measure. Colour pictures, some sectional, with descriptive backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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The Savage Dragon 1992

The Savage Dragon 1992

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Young Blood (Super Heroes) 1992 Young Blood (Super Heroes) 1992 LT90 - This is one of the earliest of many sets produced by Comic Images. The Young Blood super-heroes were created by artist Rob Liefeld as genetically engineered supermen in a fantasy world inhabited by rebel mutants, cat people and a variety of humanoids, all in comic book style, with the finished artwork on the fronts and a sketch/description on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Young Blood (Super Heroes) 1992

Young Blood (Super Heroes) 1992

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Final Fantasy The Spirits Within 2001 Final Fantasy The Spirits Within 2001 LT72 - Final Fantasy is the ultimate computer-generated movie, described by its creator/director Hironobu Sakagnchi as “a new form of entertainment that fuses the technical wizardry of interactive games with the sensational visual effects of motion pictures”. How this was achieved is shown in a sequence of eight “behind the scenes” cards towards the end of this series, which begins with profiles of the main characters followed by scenes with the story on the back and a section on gear and vehicles, all in the defence of planet Earth against mysterious alien predators. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Final Fantasy The Spirits Within 2001

Final Fantasy The Spirits Within 2001

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Comic Images (USA) Military - General Series 30th Salute G I Joe 1994 30th Salute G I Joe 1994 LT90 - Issued in 1994 this series celebrates thirty years of GI Joe, America’s action man boy-toy and indeed some of the UK Action Man figures are featured on cards in this set together with equivalents from other countries. The figures shown come with all kinds of accessories – kit, guns, vehicles etc., from all three decades, plus package illustrations and so on, all described on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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30th Salute G I Joe 1994

30th Salute G I Joe 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Blueprints of the Future Vincent Di Fate Fantasy Art 1994 Blueprints of the Future Vincent Di Fate Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Described as “prophetic visions” this artwork is clearly based on the assumption that outer space holds the key to our future, moving on from the first steps already in existence such as the space telescope and space station to the exploration of other worlds, exploiting their resources, encountering alien life-forms and war. Imaginatively described on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Blueprints of the Future Vincent Di Fate Fantasy Art 1994

Blueprints of the Future Vincent Di Fate Fantasy Art 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Bone 1994 Bone 1994 LT90 - This is a colour cartoon series charting the adventures of the Bone family - Phoney Bone, Fone Bone and Smiley Bone - in pictures painted by David Reed with text by Joyce Steel. Size 89 x 63mm
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Bone 1994

Bone 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Colossal Conflicts (Marvel Heroes & Villains) Series 2 1987 Colossal Conflicts (Marvel Heroes & Villains) Series 2 1987 LT90 - Arranged alphabetically from Abomination to Zzzax and including such graphically-named characters as Grim Reaper, Green Goblin, Lizard Mole Man and Wolverine – this series is Comic Book creations par excellence, each being described on the backs including where the character first appeared (eg. Nitro in Captain Marvel no. 34), and Hitler is among the villains(!) being pursued by American “Howling Commando Nick Fury”. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Colossal Conflicts (Marvel Heroes & Villains) Series 2 1987

Colossal Conflicts (Marvel Heroes & Villains) Series 2 1987

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Comic Greats 98 (1998) Comic Greats 98 (1998) LT72 -
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Comic Greats 98 (1998)

Comic Greats 98 (1998)

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Crimson Embrace Adult Fantasy Art 1998 Crimson Embrace Adult Fantasy Art 1998 LT72 - A fantasy art series. The black and white artwork by a dozen or so painters including Romero (who is best known for drawing Modesty Blaise) is presented on a silvered background (or all-lustre chrome) and mostly features nude or scantily clad women in erotic situations with bondage and a hint of impending violence for good measure. On the backs is information about the artists and descriptions of the scenes depicted. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Crimson Embrace Adult Fantasy Art 1998

Crimson Embrace Adult Fantasy Art 1998

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Dark Horse Presents Ghost 1997 Dark Horse Presents Ghost 1997 LT72 - The ghost is that of ‘a nosy little reporter’ Elisa Cameron who has been murdered at the behest of Jim MacCready, the villainous head of Magnacorp. All kinds of demons emerge as Eliza digs through her past from ‘the other world’ to find out the truth about her death. The story is told on the backs of these pictures presented in cartoon comic format, with six cards at the end describing the series creators, their background and their work, fronted by pictures by Yvonne Epstein on whom Elisa is modelled. Size 89 x 64mm
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Dark Horse Presents Ghost 1997

Dark Horse Presents Ghost 1997

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Comic Images (USA) American Football, Baseball, Basketball & Ice Hockey Harlem Globetrotters 1992 Harlem Globetrotters 1992 LT90 - The Harlem Globetrotters are the most famous basketball team in the world, having been seen in person by more than 100 million people around the world. This card series tells the amazing story of their phenomenal success from small beginnings in the late 1920s, ‘Harlem’ being chosen to signify their all-black heritage. The photos, in black and white or colour according to the period, show highlights of the team’s history and achievements as sportsmen, entertainers and goodwill ambassadors. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Harlem Globetrotters 1992

Harlem Globetrotters 1992

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Julie Strain Queen of the B Movies 1996 Julie Strain Queen of the B Movies 1996 LT72 - A tasty babe indeed, California-born Julie Strain went from Tupperware-seller to Pet of the Month in ‘Penthouse’ of June 1991 before getting into movies in Steven Segal’s ‘Out For Desire’. After that Julie took the “B” movie industry by storm, appearing in more than seventy films, usually (in her own words), as the ‘over the top, ball bustin’ bitch from hell”, as well as in TV series such as Witchcraft. The glamorous colour pictures are backed by career and biographical details. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Julie Strain Queen of the B Movies 1996

Julie Strain Queen of the B Movies 1996

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Madagascar The Film 2005 Madagascar The Film 2005 LT72 - This computer-animated comedy, one of Dreamwork’s most successful films, starred four quite civilized animals, Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe, who lived in blissful captivity at New York’s Central Park Zoo until they are put on a boat to Africa and have to make the best of their new surroundings in the jungle. Scenes on the fronts of these cards, story on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Madagascar The Film 2005

Madagascar The Film 2005

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Magnificent Myths Boris 4 Fantasy Art 1994 Magnificent Myths Boris 4 Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - This fantasy art series by Boris Vallego features a wide range of different themes, including illustrations for books and advertisements. It almost goes without saying that surrealism laced with implied sex and violence a la beauty and the beast are recurring themes and Boris frequently used his artist son and daughter as models. There are 89 cards with pictures and descriptive backs plus a checklist. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Magnificent Myths Boris 4 Fantasy Art 1994

Magnificent Myths Boris 4 Fantasy Art 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Moebius Fantasy Art 1993 Moebius Fantasy Art 1993 LT90 -
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Moebius Fantasy Art 1993

Moebius Fantasy Art 1993

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art More Than Battlefield Earth Ron Hubbard Fantasy Art 1994 More Than Battlefield Earth Ron Hubbard Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Fantasy Art with a space theme and a hint of mediaeval myth, plus a section of comic-book artwork published between 1934 and 1950, written and illustrated by Mr Hubbard, all in colour with numbered descriptive backs. Battlefield Earth was written by Mr Hubbard but the artwork of this and other sci-fi stories is by other named artists as described on the numbered backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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More Than Battlefield Earth Ron Hubbard Fantasy Art 1994

More Than Battlefield Earth Ron Hubbard Fantasy Art 1994

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Olivia 98 (Adult Fantasy Art) 1998 Olivia 98 (Adult Fantasy Art) 1998 LT90 - The Olivia in question is artist Olivia de Berardinis who has specialised in painting sexy female images over the past 25 years. The result: racy adult fantasy art par excellence with a degree of nudity. On the back, Olivia tells us about her work, commenting models such as Marilyn Monroe and Pamela Anderson. Size 89x63mm
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Olivia 98 (Adult Fantasy Art) 1998

Olivia 98 (Adult Fantasy Art) 1998

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Olivia Obsessions in Omnichrome (Adult Fantasy Art) 1997 Olivia Obsessions in Omnichrome (Adult Fantasy Art) 1997 LT90 - Whilst some might claim an interest in details about watercolour, gouache and handmade paper, or a reference to Gaugin, on the card backs, the real reason for the popularity of Olivia’s artwork is the raw sexuality of her fantasy art portraits which often display more than a hint of bondage, as is evident on these cards which make up the “Obsessions in Omnichrome” series. Miss de Berardinis’ Olivia 98 set was a big seller and this series is equally popular. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Olivia Obsessions in Omnichrome (Adult Fantasy Art) 1997

Olivia Obsessions in Omnichrome (Adult Fantasy Art) 1997

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Other Worlds Michael Whelan II Fantasy Art 1995 Other Worlds Michael Whelan II Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - The previous set by this American artist was well received and the second series serves to further demonstrate his talent, imagination and versatility in tackling a variety of subjects, space and sci-fi fantasy in particular, often threatening and sometimes disturbing. Much of the work is for illustrating books, CD covers and magazines. The backs describe what the pictures are all about and the artist’s inspiration, technique, etc. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Other Worlds Michael Whelan II Fantasy Art 1995

Other Worlds Michael Whelan II Fantasy Art 1995

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Richard Corben Fantasy Art 1993 Richard Corben Fantasy Art 1993 LT90 - Clearly a talented artist judging by the technique exhibited in these pictures, Richard Corben specialises in the kind of fantasy sci-fi art currently enjoying popularity such as monsters, aliens, mutants, deformities, other-world scenarios, violence and death. Not pretty pictures, but dramatic. Many were drawn for ‘underground’ comics after Corben quite a career as an industrial artist. Descriptive backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Richard Corben Fantasy Art 1993

Richard Corben Fantasy Art 1993

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Shi Visions of the Golden Empire 1996 Shi Visions of the Golden Empire 1996 LT90 - There’s some fabulous artwork on these metalised cards. The series of images show scantily-clad Shi, a kind of Japanese Xena Warrior Princess, in a variety of threatening situations composed by well-known comic artists whose contributions are described on the backs, which also give a storyline about what the picture is intended to portray. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Shi Visions of the Golden Empire 1996

Shi Visions of the Golden Empire 1996

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Shrek 2 The Film 2004 Shrek 2 The Film 2004 LT72 - This set is the 2004 sequel, Shrek 2, in which the computer-animated ogre couple, Shrek and Fiona, and loyal sidekick Donkey, are joined by newcomer Puss in Boots, for a new adventure of magic and mayhem as wedded bliss turns to in-law anxiety. Story and mini-picture on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Shrek 2 The Film 2004

Shrek 2 The Film 2004

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art South Park 1998 South Park 1998 LT70 - “South Park” is the TV cartoon series, and also a film, loved by teenagers and hated by parents for the same reasons – its coarse language and generally bad influence. This series of 69 plus a checklist shows scenes and characters, backed by appropriate (or inappropriate, depending on your point of view) text with number and mini-picture. Size 89 x 64mm.
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South Park 1998

South Park 1998

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Species The Film 1995 Species The Film 1995 LT90 - A new twist to the alien/sci-fi recipe resulted in the film \"Species\" of which these cards show scenes and characters, gist of the story being that when scientists broadcast a message containing the human DNA Sequence into space, an alien reply comes back with a recipe for combining human with extraterrestrial DNA. Exciting consequences follow! The story is on the back of these cards. Size 89x63mm
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Species The Film 1995

Species The Film 1995

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Spiderman II 30th Anniversary 1992 Spiderman II 30th Anniversary 1992 LT90 - One of the best-known comic-book heroes, Spiderman, was introduced to the world in 1962 and this set of cards is a 30th anniversary tribute to Peter Parker, the human spider, who owes his extraordinary powers to the bite of a spider which had been irradiated in a particle accelerator. Steve Ditko was the artist illustrating Spidey’s adventures as he encounters all manner of villainy. The story is told on the card backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Spiderman II 30th Anniversary 1992

Spiderman II 30th Anniversary 1992

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Spiderman The McFarlane Era 1992 Spiderman The McFarlane Era 1992 LT90 - This is comic-book artwork par-excellence with McFarlane’s vivid portrayal of Spidey’s adventures and the story related on the card backs. For anyone unfamiliar with the set-up, an ‘ordinary guy’ Peter Parker, gains superhuman powers after being bitten by a radioactive spider during a science exhibition, using his new-found abilities in pursuit of justice and the defeat of evil personified by the “Lizard”, the “Hobgoblin” and child-murdering “Bigfoot”. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Spiderman The McFarlane Era 1992

Spiderman The McFarlane Era 1992

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Supreme Adult Fantasy Art 1996 Supreme Adult Fantasy Art 1996 LT90 - These works of art are reproduced with a metalised finish and cover a wide range of fantasy subjects including many packed with erotic symbolism. The set is split into nine sections each of ten cards by different artists, namely Boris Vallejo, Frank Frazetta, The Brothers Hildebrandt, Julie Bell, Joseph Michael Linsner, Olivia De Berardinis, Luis Royo, Hajime Sorayama and Tomoe Sonata. The descriptive backs give further details. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Supreme Adult Fantasy Art 1996

Supreme Adult Fantasy Art 1996

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Comic Images (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines 2003 Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines 2003 LT72 - Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines released in 2003 was the third in a series of films starring Arnold Schwarzenegger in the title role. His mission: to preserve John Connor’s (played by Nick Stahl) life and save all humanity from cyborg warriors designed by Skynet, and in particular from T-X, Terminatrix (Kristanna Lokon), Skynet’s most advanced killing machine. As the first card in this set says, the film ‘melds riveting suspense, trademark humour and explosive action’, a recipe which is revealed on the cards which follow. Plus nine ‘behind the scenes’ cards showing the film in the making. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines 2003

Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines 2003

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