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GLEN BRUNSWICK TALKS COLLECTING - COMIC ART LIVE EPISODES - VIDEO ON YOUTUBE!
September 26, 2020
ComicArtFans.com Owner Bill Cox gets together with Glen Brunswick from PanelPageArt.com, Mike Burkey, and Will Gabri-EL to talk comic art, collecting and much more...
Join CAF's Owner Bill Cox while he chats with 3 gents who have a decades more experience in the hobby than he does - Glen Brunswick from PanelPageArt.com, Mike Burkey from Romitaman.com and Will Gabri-El from the soon-to-be-updated ComicArtPage.com. Not only will you probably learn something new about the hobby but you'll also discover that haircuts are optional!
This evening ComicArtFans.com Owner Bill Cox gets together with Glen Brunswick from PanelPageArt.com, Mike Burkey from Romitaman.com, and Will Gabri-EL from ComicArtPage.com to talk about the upcoming with Comic Art LIVE show this weekend, and also reminisce about the hobby. Comic Art LIVE is a virtual Comic Art Convention hosted on ComicArtFans.com this weekend, May 30-31, and opens to the public at NOON EST.
This evening ComicArtFans.com Owner Bill Cox gets together with Glen Brunswick from PanelPageArt.com, Mike Burkey from Romitaman.com, and Will Gabri-EL from ComicArtPage.com to recap the Comic Art LIVE virtual comic art convention.
Tonight Bill, Mike, Glen and Will, will be joined by an as yet unknown guest (Will G knows, but he's not telling) who will give us the details on a true original comic art tragedy from many years ago. We'll also be doing our usual Q&A with viewers in the stream, so we hope you tune in for another episode of Comic Art LIVE!
As fate would have it we've found out a few days ago that a Dealer we've spoken about in prior episodes is visiting with Mike Burkey tonight and they've agreed to chat with us on our live stream this evening! No names this time around again like our last mystery guest, but we promise it's going to be an interesting show!
Tonight we have the pleasure of chatting with long time original comic art collector Frank Giella. You can view Frank's incredible collection on CAF (https://bit.ly/2Vx59De). Frank's father is the legendary comic artist Joe Giella and he has many of Joe's artworks in his collection (https://bit.ly/31wEiLE). Join us tonight at 9PM EST! Music on the Joe Sinnott video: https://www.bensound.com
This evening Bill, Mike, Glen and Will chat with comic artist and restorer James Pascoe about his past work in comics for Marvel, DC, Dark Horse and Valiant, among others.. James is available for hire to replace missing logos and lettering on comic book and comic strip art and to do cover re-creations and commissions. Please contact him with any questions or for a price quote. (CAF Gallery: https://www.comicartfans.com/galleryd...)
Patrick Kochanek MD, is long time collector of comics and comic art who has focused on Frank Frazetta artworks for many years. Pat was also part of the group that graded and authenticated the first Sothebys comic and comic art auction in 1991 along with Jerry Weist, Ernie Gerber, John Venzyl, Gary Carter, and several others.
Comic Art Collector Paul Aguila has been collecting for 8 years, going through an accelerated learning curve when it’s comes to the hobby like many new collectors do. He can recall being scared to pull trigger on a $300 piece and now he's starting to look at much higher ticket items. In his short time as an original comic art collector he's had over 2,000 pieces in his possession. Tonight we'll learn how he got started collecting comic art, and because of his varied tastes in artists and time periods, what gets him to pull the trigger on a purchase.
Join Bill Cox, Mike Burkey, Glen Brunswick and Will Gabri-El this evening at 9PM EST while we chat with Collector and Comic Art Rep Dave Wilkins. Dave has been a fan of the green giant for many years and has run a blog since 2012 about all things HULK (https://thejadegiant.wordpress.com/). Dave took the plunge a little over a year ago to represent artist Joe Bennett and his Immortal Hulk original art sales at http://www.jadegiantcomicart.com , so he'll have a unique perspective on the original comic art scene. We'll also show off some of pretty incredible HULK covers (pun intended!) in the collection of one of our Panelists!
George Hagenauer has collected comics and comic art for more than 50 years, and owns more than 2,500 pieces of original comic art, much of it posted to his CAF Gallery (https://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryD...) which he started back in 2005. George has always been a comic fan and collector and in 1976 he was part of the team that started the Chicago Comicon until it was bought by Wizard World, and he is also a member of the CFA-APA (Comic and Fantasy Art Collectors Amateur Press Association).
This week you can expect our usual musings on the hobby along with our thoughts on last week's Heritage Auctions' Comic & Comic Art Signature Auction results. Spectacular results came in for works by artists such as Frank Frazetta, Lee Elias, Jack Kirby, Alex Raymond, John Buscema, John Romita Sr., Will Eisner and many others. When the auction came to an end, the total prize realized was as awesome as the assortment presented: $9,509,226, with almost $4.5 million of that coming from the sale of original comic art and illustrations!