Andrew Wildman Transformers: Regeneration One #100 Variant Covers with Galvatron Sketch Auctions
Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 1:51PM CDTCategories: Comic Book News, People News, Auctions
Posted by: Va'al Views: 25,638
The Galvatron sketches are now up on eBay. As with the previous auctions there are 5 copies of the Convention Variant cover of Transformers Regeneration One #100. Each is bagged and boarded. The backing board has a sketch of Galvatron on it.
At the close of the auction all the proceeds from one of those lots will go to the Make-a-Wish foundation who provide amazing experiences for children dealing with life threatening illnesses.
So take a look at the auction lots HERE and see if anything grabs you. And if not, that’s fine but please also take a look at the work of Make-a-Wish. Very moving stuff.
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Posted by sto_vo_kor_2000 on July 31st, 2014 @ 6:21am CDT
Wolfman Jake wrote:Looks like they kind of "Ultimate Marveled" the G1 comic book universe.
Why is this considered "The End of Generation 1" anyway? G1 was more than just the Marvel comic series, which has always been its own beast apart from the original cartoon and animated Movie, Beast Wars and Beast Machines, and any of the additions and extensions made through Japanese media to the franchise.
this is "the end" for the original g1 comic continuity...not all things called G1.
also......The G1 marvel comic predates the cartoon.
Posted by Va'al on August 25th, 2014 @ 6:57am CDT
[quote]Now that the Transformers Regeneration One comic book series is over and complete I thought it time to put up for sale a few of the pages of original art. I have sold a couple at conventions recently but it would be good to get them out into the wider Transformers world. I will probably pick a few pages from various issues and post them every now and then. To start with here are four pages from the end part of the run. Each page of art is signed, boarded and bagged and comes with a copy of the relevant script page.
Take a look at them here and if you are interested you can click on the images to check them out on eBay. The auction end at 8.30pm UK time next sunday 31st August.[/quote]
Posted by Va'al on September 2nd, 2014 @ 12:10pm CDT
[quote]Just started over on eBay is the next 30th Anniversary auction of Transformers comic/sketch packs. This time round… Bludgeon. Everyone’s favourite Samurai Pretender. Usual deal, five sketches bagged with five copies of the increasingly rare #100 Convention Special. You can see them below or pop over to eBay[/quote]
Posted by Va'al on September 15th, 2014 @ 8:26am CDT
[quote]The final batch if sketches in the 30th anniversary collection. This is one of my favourite of the whole lot. [/quote]
Posted by robotmel on September 15th, 2014 @ 9:39am CDT
Friday afternoon job Andy!
Had these on pre-order for ages, didnt wanna miss out, you know!
Looking forward to many more open-mouth shots!
Posted by robotmel on September 16th, 2014 @ 3:14am CDT
Just noticed the amazing differences between Andy Wildman's backing board sketch of Hot Rod and Stephen Baskerville's inked take. You gotta love an inker!
Posted by Va'al on December 3rd, 2014 @ 9:18am CST
[quote]It's finally happening. The auction of the exclusive, signed Transformers Regeneration One comics. There are 30 copies (it's the 30th anniversary) of issue 100. This is the release with the 'issue 1 homage cover' by artist, Guido Guidi and all the books are signed by a host of Transformers creators. A real who's who list.
What is really important about this auction is that all the proceeds will go to help Bill Mantlo. One of Marvel's writers who was responsible for some of their greatest titles. Not only did he create Rocket Raccoon but he was the first writer on the Transformers book. Bill was involved in an accident in the 90's and requires constant care. This is our way of saying thanks to him for his contribution to one of the worlds biggest franchises.
Check out the auction below and share with... everyone.[/quote]