The holidays are here at last, so time for our Annual Art Sale! Robyn and I selected 48 of the best pages of original art from Strangers In Paradise, Echo, and Rachel Rising. We searched for pages featuring the main characters in great moments and I think you’ll find we came up with some very cool pages.
Browse the listings for yourself or for that someone special in your life. Or, if you’re a starving artist, feel free to look at the original art in its pure form, before the printer reduction and plunged black levels.
Here’s a sampling of what we have posted in the sale.
When atomic alloy gets stuck onto Julie’s body, the first thing she does is go to the ER. Logical, right? But it doesn’t turn out so well. This key scene from issue 2 is up in the art sale.
Because she now carries Annie’s enhanced DNA, Julie experiences Annie’s memory of falling in love one romantic night. This is that moment, from Echo 20.
When Dillon finally learns Annie is virtually standing in front of him, albeit in another woman’s much larger body, he has only one question. This is that moment from Echo 27. One of my favorite pages in the series.
How does a 10 year old little girl clean a crime scene and get rid of a body? Zoe does it like this. From Rachel Rising 3. I’m so impressed with her resourcefulness.
Lilith uses sawdust from The Tree Of Knowledge Of Good And Evil to look into Zoe’s soul. A pivotal moment in the series that introduces Malus. From Rachel Rising 9.
I can’t believe we still have any pages from the first 3 issues, but look, from the 2nd issue, Katchoo literally catches Freddie with his pants down. And he’d just broken up with Francine that afternoon in the park. The cad. This issue was titled “Katchoo’s Revenge”. Do I need to tell you what she did to him? This page from the 2nd issue of Strangers In Paradise can be yours. In the art sale.
Francine meets the rebound girlfriend and we meet Casey for the first time! This is her first appearance, rodeo bangs and all. Again, I can’t believe this page is still in my possession. It shouldn’t be. I can’t be trusted with it. It should be in your home, safe and sound. From issue 2 of the series. Art Sale.