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Posted 6/20/2018 9:39:26 PM
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Received an email today reminding me that I had forgotten to mention Batman comic book cover art collecting.

It has become very popular in multiple categories over the past 25-yers to collect just the cover art from Batman related comic books. All major categories a readily found on the internet. Real bargains can be found on eBay and lesser deals on Amazon. Prices range from 10.00 to tens of thousands.
Forgot to mention that www.etsy.com has more than 250 pieces of Batman related art for sale.
You can also track thousands of pieces through bing images.

Category One: These collect only printed original covers from Batman relate comic books. Many of these are original comic book front covers that were separated from most or all of the original complete comic.
Price range: 8.00 to tens of thousands.

Category Two: Cover reproductions that are the same size and colors as the original Batman comic.
Price range: 10.00 to 300.00 with most starting in cost at 200.00 matte mounted in frames.
Appear frequently on eBay/Amazon

Category Three: Cover reproductions that are enlarged in size (usually around 2 x 3 - 3 x 5) in two major divisions. Art and color stay close to comic original or detail is sharpened and colors enhanced and vibrant.
These look great with a few inches of matting in chrome and/or matte black frames.
Price range: Real quality begins at around 500.00 mounted in frames and prices may climb to a couple of thousand.



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Posted 6/27/2018 2:07:00 AM
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Here is a category I have not mentioned yet.
Batman Wall Paper Art.
Here is an example from eBay
An amazing portrait of the Joker, Batman's nemesis in the film "The Dark Knight". He is a psychopathic criminal who tries his utmost to rid the world of all rules and regulations. His mouth is disfigured by scars which leave him with a grotesque perma-grin. Nobody really knows who the joker is, or where he comes from. This image of the joker, portrayed by Heath Ledger, looks as if it is painted and shows his face in full make-up with his typical stare. Heath Ledger was honoured with an Oscar posthumously for his portrayal of the Joker. Beautify your rooms with this breath-taking motif by GREAT ART®. Whether in your living room, dining room or as a wall decoration in your living room, the wall paper is perfect for every occasion. The picture is of high quality and high definition. Full of details and qualitative, this wallpaper will give you a unique experience. The wallpaper consists of five panels and has a total size of 82.7 Inch x 55 Inch. You can mount the photo wallpaper with wallpaper paste or you can use it as a wallpaper or poster. The picture is of a very high quality with high resolution and covering colours. The paper is quite sturdy and the picture can be wallpapered over existing wallpaper. Instructions will be provided. Check out our shop for more motifs, art und great offers! Only for a short amount of time! Get a New York Skyline poster (48 Inch x 17 Inch) with this order for free!

- XXL Size 82.7 x 55 Inch - 5 pieces
- Only for a short amount of time! Get a big New York Skyline poster (48 x 17 Inch) with this order for free!
- Controlled manufacture by GREAT ART®, designer wallpaper - made in Germany
- Instruction inside! Can be wallpapered over existing wallpaper and on every base
- Can be used as photo wallpaper with wallpaper paste or with thumbtacks as a poster


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Posted 6/29/2018 1:26:17 AM


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Oooo... put that on your wall and put "Vesti la giubba" from "Pagliacci" on the stereo nice and loud....it won't be long before you become the "Joker"!!
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Here is an example of making a statement will Batman wall art.

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Posted 7/3/2018 9:01:24 PM
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Batman related wall decals are as popular as wall art if not more so.
Here is an excellent example.


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Posted 7/7/2018 7:10:39 PM
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Your Favorite TV Cars Get The Fine Art Treatment. Batmobile 1966.


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Posted 7/21/2018 8:42:47 PM
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Here is a nice painting from Sideshow
About This Art Print
“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

Sideshow is proud to present the Batman: The Dark Knight Fine Art Print by Brian Rood.

Inspired by Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed The Dark Knight film, the Batman: The Dark Knight Fine Art Print features some of Gotham’s most notable faces. Brian Rood captures the duality of Harvey Dent, the delirium of The Joker, and the determination of Batman himself in this engaging composition that pays tribute to this iconic DC film. In the foreground, the Dark Knight drives his Batpod through the streets of Gotham while his greatest foe stands in wait, prepared to execute his next sickening scheme.

Each Batman: The Dark Knight Fine Art Print is hand-signed by Brian Rood as a part of the numbered and limited edition of 300 pieces. Don’t miss your chance to bring home the Dark Knight for your Batman art collection!

Print details:
Officially licensed Warner Bros. Fine Art Print
Limited edition of 300
18 x 24" fine art giclée print
100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
Epson archival links
Hand-signed by the artist, Brian Rood
Embossed seal of of authenticity

Frame details:
24 x 30.5" Recycled Polystyrene Moulding (Black)
Custom double mat design (Crescent mats in Black w/ Black Core and 9542 Blue Monday)
Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
Framing grade acrylic
Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
Note: If the framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.
About the Artist:
Brian Rood is a professional illustrator working throughout the entertainment industry. He is most known for his extensive amount of work for the Star Wars franchise. He has spent the better part of the last 22 years working primarily for the entertainment industry and a large portion of that time in a galaxy far far away… His work for the Star Wars franchise can be found on everything from fine art reproductions to the illustrated storybooks for Lucasfilm/Disney publishing. He has spent the last several years creating over 600 new illustrations for current and upcoming projects for Lucasfilm/Disney publishing and licensing.

Brian's artwork has been commissioned and used by dozens of licensors for all forms of merchandise and key art for dozens of iconic properties ranging from Marvel to Marilyn Monroe. He is currently a license holder with AMC and creating the first very exclusive fine art line for “The Walking Dead”.

When he’s not in his studio creating artwork for new projects he travels the world attending and participating in various Comic Cons and gallery events. Brian says that "Working throughout the entertainment industry is a dream come true. This is the perfect time to create artwork like this for a living. The entertainment culture is so rich right now with amazing properties like The Walking Dead, I still can't believe I get to paint Superheroes, Jedi, and Zombies for a living…." When he’s not busy creating new artwork is spending time with his wife and two children in Southern Michigan.
License
DC Comics
Type
Art Print
Manufacturer
Brian Rood
Artist
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Expected to Ship
Aug 2018 - Oct 2018
Product Size
24" H (609.6mm) x 18" W (457.2mm)

Framed:
30.5" H (774.7mm) x 24" W (609.6mm)*
Product Weight
10.00 lbs (4.54 kg)*
Dimensional Weight


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You know, I'm not keen on any of the bat suits from those three movies, especially the cowls. My favorite suit by far is the Arkham Knight video game suit.
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Posted 7/24/2018 8:16:42 PM
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"You know, I'm not keen on any of the bat suits from those three movies, especially the cowls. My favorite suit by far is the Arkham Knight video game suit."

I agree.
I have often thought about what would make an excellent Batman movie.

I think the Arkham Knight Batman would make an excellent movie Batman.
And, if they also wrote a good script well grounded in the real world without all the BS extreme powers beings they would have an outstanding film. Right now they have slipped too far past the plausible into the unbelievable. I guess they forgot that the audience wants to see Batman and his Batmobile.

DC could learn a lot for future Batman films from revisiting the Christopher Nolan films.
At least, the first two films anyway. The audience accepted that most of what happen in these films could be relatively possible. I can only hope that they do a much better job with the stand alone Batman movie. vertigo


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I agree, and blame the direction of DC films on the direction Marvel films have taken recently. There are complaints that Batman is too dark blah, blah, blah. Well guess what, Batman is dark, deal with it.
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