Monday, February 08, 2010

FU MANCHU sketch

Here's an example of the sort of sketch people are getting in their Incognito trades when they buy them from me via Amazon

13 comments:

LATENT NEWS said...

So how do I identify you as seller on Amazon? Quite frankly, although I have both comic and trade gn, I'd happily buy another if I get a sketch!

Sean Phillips said...

I'm listed towards the bottom of the 'new' column

Ed Quillin said...

Gonna order mine on payday, I'd love to have a sketch.

Rohan said...

Hi Sean! Just wondering how much longer you plan on doing the sketches for the Criminal deluxe edition and the Incognito trade? Really been wanting one, but I only get paid monthly so I have to wait till the end of the month!

Sean Phillips said...

Rohan, there's plenty left of both. I'm sure they'll still be there at the end of the month.

Doc Zane said...
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Rohan said...

Great, cheers for the quick reply Sean!

Slevin93 said...

Hi, do you ship to Italy too? If i buy the paperback can i have the sketch on a sheet apart? Thanks

Sean Phillips said...

Yes and yes.

nerdy989 said...

Hey, do you think I could get a sketch of Harry Lime? (Orson Welles' character from the third man) And perhaps on a separate sheet so I can hang it up?

Hugo said...

I really wish you would have linked to your store instead of to amazon's store. Because I followed the link and now I bought it and received it from amazon, because I was convinced I was buying it from you!

So now, I'm left with the option of buying it again from you, and giving this one to someone else.

Zaius said...

Sean, thanks for the book and the great sketch of Ava - very nice.

Samuli S. said...

Thank you so much, the Fu Manchu sketch was much, much more than I was expecting! I was going to ask you if I could post the image on my blog but now you've solved that problem as well :) I'll just point people here.

Now that I started, I have to say, the book was very, very good. Even my wife read it, which never happens. I keep getting reminded of David Mazzucchelli's work on Batman and Daredevil which I absolutely loved. This is just way grittier.

Thanks!