A Selection of sets relating to Fantasy Art

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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

Comic Images (USA) - LT90 in set

£9.50

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

Comic Images (USA) - LT90 in set

£9.50

F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995 Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - FPG were into fantasy art in a big way in the mid-1990s and Paul Chadwick is clearly an accomplished exponent judging by this collection of his work using a selection of media, acrylic, oil, watercolour, ink and gouache for magazine illustrations, advertising, comic books, posters etc., and many previously unpublished pictures, the latter including a portrait of SF author Isaac Asimov whose thank you letter is treasured by the artist, as we learn from the typical forensically-detailed card back. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995

F.P.G (USA) - LT90 in set

£9.50

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

Comic Images (USA) - LT90 in set

£9.50

F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996 Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996 LT90 - Not the same volume of threatening undertones in Robh Ruppel’s work although that’s not to say this is ‘soft’ art and an “otherworldliness” pervades most of the paintings which include a fair number of women in various states of undress and some unsavoury characters as well as a sprinkling of horror and sci-fi. Pencil sketches and whys and wherefores on the backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996

F.P.G (USA) - LT90 in set

£9.50

Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art Ron Millers Firebrands Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy 1994 Ron Millers Firebrands Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy 1994 LT90 - Subtitled “Heroines of Science Fiction & Fantasy” these cards are colour pictures of the work of Ron Miller, high calibre fantasy art and very fashionable these days, but all rather weird to the uninitiated. Imaginary creatures, women in various states of undress, menace and mayhem are the principal ingredients keeping us in the realms of unreality. Each is described on the numbered backs with a mini-portrait. Size 89 x 64mm.
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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

Comic Images (USA) - LT90 in set

£9.50

Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art The Beast Within Ken Barr Fantasy Art 1994 The Beast Within Ken Barr Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - The Americans are particularly fond of fantasy art with its strange futuristic or quasi-mythological creations, often with dark undertones of sex and violence and this series of paintings by Scottish-born Ken Barr, who began drawing on lino with coloured chalk because of the paper shortage during the war, demonstrates these concepts perfectly. Useful background information on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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The Beast Within Ken Barr Fantasy Art 1994

Comic Images (USA) - LT90 in set

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996 Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996 LT90 - Mr Canty obviously has a passion for the days of yore, with knights in armour, castles and noblemen and wistful maidens in abundance, with more than a hint of art deco. He analyses each work on the card backs, with some interesting asides – of his “Tree Fairie” he says Arthur Conan Doyle believed such a being actually existed. Size 89 x 63mm
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Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996

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Comic Images (USA) Fantasy Art William Stout 2 Fantasy Art 1994 William Stout 2 Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - William Stout’s artwork is well-known in the States and this series shows his skill and versatility in a selection of fantasy, film design work, posters, record album covers etc. over three decades, with descriptive numbered backs, the last card being a checklist. Size 89 x 63mm.\r\n\r\n
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William Stout 2 Fantasy Art 1994

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Cult-Stuff Fantasy Art Dixon?s Vixens (LCC issue) 1st Series Numbered 1 to 18 2015 (Fantasy Females) Dixon?s Vixens (LCC issue) 1st Series Numbered 1 to 18 2015 (Fantasy Females) LT18 - These cards have been specially re-issued for the LCCC) these cards are colour pictures of sexy, scary females, all the creation of artist Matt Dixon who informs us on the first card that we should proceed with caution as his girls may punch, squeeze or cast a magic spell. With the exception of No. 1 which contains a message from the artist and No. 18 which is a checklist, the backs contain either a non-colour repeat of the picture or the artist’s witty comments about the picture. Size 89 x 63mm
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Cult-Stuff Fantasy Art Dixon?s Vixens 2nd Series Numbered 19 to 36 2015 (Fantasy Females) Dixon?s Vixens 2nd Series Numbered 19 to 36 2015 (Fantasy Females) LT18 - This set numbered 19 to 36 continues the theme from the 1st series of feisty females by Matt Dixon with what he describes as “a second selection of hard rockin’ honeys”. As the first series, the fronts feature colour pictures of near naked fantasy women ranging from vampires and cats to gun-toting sharp-shooter. The backs contain either witty comments by the artist or early black and white sketches. The last card in the set is a checklist. Size 88 x 63mm.
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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995 Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - This series showcases the fantasy paintings of a dozen or so artists such as Roger Dean, Jeffrey Jones and Chris Achilleos – science fiction, unworldly monsters, mystical encounters and lurking dangers – a pretty broad spectrum of artwork. The backs bear a series of questions which the viewer might ask about the content and composition. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995

F.P.G (USA) - LT90 in set

£12.00

F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Joe Juskos Edgar Rice-Burroughs Collection 1 (Tarzan) (1994) Joe Juskos Edgar Rice-Burroughs Collection 1 (Tarzan) (1994) LT60 - Edgar Rice Burroughs is, of course, best known as the author of the Tarzan books. Joe Jusko’s colour artwork illustrates scenes from these stories, whilst second pictures on the backs are by a variety of artists and are taken from a number of different sources such as Burne Hogarth’s “Sparkler” illustrations. Boris Vallejo’s “Tarzan the Magnificent” and the front cover of the first edition of “Tarzan of the Apes” in 1912. Size 89 x 63mm
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Bassett Miscellaneous Trade Cards Hologrems plain back 1986 Hologrems plain back 1986 24 - These foil cards contain holograms showing alien monsters in a lunar landscape on a plain back. These were issued in candy sticks packets by Geo. Bassett & Co. Ltd who were still using the Barratt name following their take over c1973. They also produced the same series with the words “Barratt Hologrems©” in red on the back. (see website for availability). All the monsters are given names such as Kapaki, Zuna, Dinious etc. and these were designed to be stuck into a booklet (see website for availability) which gave a background to the characters who were described as the Demons of Halog and the Grems of Precarius. Sure to appeal to big kids and young alike these are size 65 x 37mm
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Hologrems plain back 1986

Bassett - 24 in set

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T S R Fantasy Art Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition 1st Series Nos 1 to 165 1993 Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition 1st Series Nos 1 to 165 1993 LT165 - Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson in 1974 in which players assume characters who take part in an ongoing adventure story. The advanced game was very structured and there were detailed rules which governed how the characters interacted and progressed. These cards picture objects, creatures and characters from the game and the backs give details on how they were likely to act, details of their equipment, figures for movement and armour class etc. which were invaluable if you were playing the game. The cards were produced by T.S.R. otherwise known as Tactical Studies Rules Inc. the original trading name of Gygax and Arneson and include three checklist cards. An interesting set. Size 89 x 64mm.
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T S R Fantasy Art Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition 2nd Series Nos 166 to 330 1993 Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition 2nd Series Nos 166 to 330 1993 LT165 - As with the 1st series these can be used to play Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson in 1974, in which players take part in an ongoing adventure story. The cards picture objects, creatures and characters from the game and the backs direct you as to the use of the objects and useful information about the characters including their background and how they move and fight. There are also pictures with blank backs so you can create your own rules. The cards were produced by T.S.R. otherwise known as Tactical Studies Rules Inc. the original trading name of Gygax and Arneson and include three checklist cards. Size 89 x 64mm
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T S R Fantasy Art Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition 3rd Series Nos 331 to 495 1993 Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition 3rd Series Nos 331 to 495 1993 LT165 - As with the 1sr and 2nd series these cards can be used to play Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson in 1974, in which players take part in an ongoing adventure story. The cards picture objects, creatures and characters from the game and the backs direct you as to the use of the objects and useful information about the characters including their background and how they move and fight. Amongst the pictures this time there are photos of actual models such as Ogre and there is a mini-series of heraldic arms. The cards were produced by T.S.R. otherwise known as Tactical Studies Rules Inc. the original trading name of Gygax and Arneson and include three checklist cards. Size 89 x 64mm.
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