The one and only STAN LEE surrounded by Marvel ArtWorks at Santa Monica’s Every Picture Tells A Story!
Just in time for Stan “The Man” Lee’s appearance at Santa Monica’s Every Picture Tells A Story gallery on November 7 at 3 PM, two new budget-priced giclee prints will be introduced:
John Romita, Sr.’s return to classic Spider-Man characters from Amazing Spider-Man #600
The Jack Kirby cult favorite, “Fin Fang Foom”
Both prints, signed by Stan Lee, measure 16″ x 23″, are available in editions limited to 100 and will be priced, for a limited time at $125 each at everypicture.com and by calling (310) 451-2700.
Marvel ArtWorks announced exciting new releases from Alex Ross and John Romita Sr. and Jr!
From superstar ALEX ROSS, a dynamic, much-requested Captain America piece. In January, 2008, Marvel Comics introduced the world to a new Captain America in an epic storyline that featured this cover art — now available in a limited edition of 100.
In July, 1967, Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr. created the landmark story, “Spider-Man No More” in which Peter Parker tossed his Spider-Man suit aside and proclaimed, “Every boy must put away his toys…and become a man!” Here’s a gorgeous edition of the splash page from that issue.
In July, 2009, Stan Lee and Marvel Comics celebrated Spider-Man’s career with all-star issue #600 featuring numerous super-heroes and villains and this breathtaking wraparound cover by illustrator John Romita, Jr.
All of these new Marvel ArtWorks are available from your favorite Marvel ArtWorks dealer.
SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, November 7 at 3 PM, Marvel Comics creator STAN LEE will visit the Every Picture Tells A Story gallery in Santa Monica to sign all of the new Marvel ArtWorks –including new editions from Jack Kirby, Alex Ross and John Romita. It’s a great opportunity to meet one of the legends of comic book royalty and to see wonderful new art! Following the screening, Stan will introduce a screening of WITH GREAT POWER: THE STAN LEE STORY at 5 PM at the American Cinematheque’s Aero Theatre (across the street from the gallery). PLEASE NOTE: The Stan Lee line at Every Picture will be open only to purchasers of MARVEL ARTWORKS — so reserve your purchases now!
Every Picture Tells A Story is located at 1333 Montana Avenue in Santa Monica, Ca. Their phone is (310) 451-2700.
Marvel ArtWorks makes a big splash in the Big Apple in October! We’ll be at the New York Comic Con and at Soho’s famed Animazing Gallery with the great Stan Lee!
The New York Comic Con, at the Javits Center, Oct. 8-10, will feature Marvel ArtWorks with our friends, Choice Collectibles at Booth 2843. You’ll enjoy new art and exclusives!
On Sat., Oct. 9, at 7 PM, the legendary Stan Lee appears in person at the Animazing Gallery, 54 Greene St, in Soho. All of the Marvel Art will be on display — including new releases from Alex Ross and John Romita Jr. and Sr.! It will be a great evening for all New York Marvel fans. Call (212) 226-7374 for details.
If you’re traveling to the largest gathering of comics and entertainment anywhere, the SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL COMIC-COM, July 22-25, you’ve just got to stop at Every Picture Tells A Story’s Marvel ArtWorks booth, #4713.
We’ll have new art from ALEX ROSS, MIKE KUNGL, SIMONE BIANCHI and classic images from JACK KIRBY and STEVE DITKO.
Everyday, there will be FREE DRAWINGS for Marvel ArtWorks’ Classic Cover Images. All you have to do is enter. It’s as easy as signing your name!
So, join Marvel ArtWorks at Comic-Con, Booth 4713. There’s something for everyone!
STAN LEE TALKS ABOUT MARVEL ARTWORKS
“This was meant to be!” exclaimed Marvel Comics Chairman Emeritus Stan Lee. He was commenting on the unveiling of the new Marvel ArtWorks fine art prints created by Los Angeles-based publisher Every Picture Tells A Story.
The co-creator of Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four and so many other classic characters was pleased to be signing the new limited edition reproductions of artwork by his longtime associate Jack Kirby and other noted Marvel illustrators. “I don’t know the definition of fine art,” Lee commented, “but I always felt what we were creating was art. It’s fantastic to see it represented this way.”
Ranging from classic Fantastic Four covers to dramatic contemporary portrayals of Iron Man and the X-Men, Every Picture Tells A Story has introduced a series of eye-popping giclée prints that offer collectors and fans an opportunity to see comic book art as it has never been viewed before. In addition to Jack Kirby, among the artists represented are Alex Ross, Steve Ditko, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane and Joe Quesada.
Always looking forward, the 86 year old Stan Lee finished signing the new Marvel fine art prints and stated enthusiastically, “I can’t wait to see more!”
Included in Marvel Artworks’ new release are classic Marvel images by Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby; art from newer illustrators like Gabrielle Dell’Otto and Simone Bianchi; and modern favorites from Jim Lee and Clayton Crain. Coming soon — exclusive new art from Alex Ross
and Mike Kungl.