Last minute Holiday surprises!

Hey folks! Well, Christmas time is almost here. So, as your thoughts turn to merriment and all things filled with cheer, Sequential Treasures has a couple of things your should know, before your festivities get into full swing.

First off, Ben Hansen will be making his final appearance of the year this Saturday, at the Bellingham, WA comic shop call Docking Bay 93. He'll be on hand for the "Toy-apalooza" event, which is collecting gifts for TOYS4TOTS. For every toy you buy for the cause you save 25% and you will get a free sketch from Ben. He will also have his prints, Battle Amongst the Stars#3 and more on hand for sale. Ben will also be donating 50% of the profits from the sales on that stuff to the TOYS4TOTS, as well. So, if you'll be in the area this Saturday, make sure to stop by the shop and help out a very worthy cause (and maybe get a little artistic gift for yourself in the process).

Lastly, and this is a biggie, Sequential Treasures will be on hiatus starting Saturday and will not be up again for business until after the first of the year. Your old blogmaster is taking a couple weeks off to see some family and friends for the holidays. Besides which, I'm long overdue for a break and some R & R. I hope all of you will have a very safe and joyous holiday and hope you'll be as raring to go after the start of 2011 as I hope to be. Thanks for a great year, folks, but let us make next year even better!

That's all for now. I'll be talking with you all next year! Until then, peace out!


Sequential Treasures "12 Days of Pre-Christmas" Sale!

Hey there, comic art fans! Well, I told I'd be back today with some big news to help brighten your holiday spirits. And seeing as how your blogmaster has never lied to you before, there seems little reason to start now.

As to what the big news is, it's simply that, in honor of the holiday season, Sequential Treasures and most of her artistic roster has decided to give all of you an early Christmas gift. We're holding a sale of 20% off all current inventory from the artists noted below:

Mick Gray

Matt Haley

Ben Hansen

Randy Kintz

Richard Moore

All of them have graciously said they want to give you all a little something special to make your holiday a happy one. So, all of their current inventory will 20% starting tomorrow (December 3rd) and will remain so running through until December 14th. It's 12 days of savings for you all to enjoy. And your blogmaster is going to sweeten the deal by also extending the 20% discount on the art by Steve McNiven and ChrisCross that we have in stock, as well. If this doesn't help you to have a Merry Christmas, I don't know what will. I certainly can't think of a better way to end this awesome year, nor a better way to thank all of you for helping to make this one for us.

So, if you've been holding back on placing an order, waiting for your chance at a sale, now is the time to strike! Because this isn't just our last sale for the year, but the last one we will have for quite some time. So, don't delay in placing an order. Get over to our art gallery and get your order in before the sale is over!

So, did I not tell you this was going to be some really good news? Let's end the year on a high note for us all. And thank you to everyone who's helped make 2010 so great. We all appreciate your support. I look forward to more of it as we prepare to get set for next year. Hopefully, we'll reach even higher heights than we did this year. I hope you'll be along for the journey. Until next time, peace out!


Hitting The Shelves: Brightest Day #15

Hello, my faithful ones. Well, the holiday rush has officially begun in earnest and the year is quickly coming to a close. But before you get too caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season, I wanted you to take note of some new comic work by one of Sequential Treasures own that is at all the finer comic shops.

This time, we have the latest issue to DC Comics big event tale, Brightest Day #15. Once again, our own Mick Gray graces the book for a few pages with his illustrious inks, over the pencils of the always awesome Patrick Gleason. He is, like before, working on the Martian Manhunter part of the story. The book is in shops right now! So, while you are out gift shopping for everyone else, get a little something for yourself and pick up a copy. And also make the holidays a bit brighter for Mick, too. The cover is shown above, so you know what to look for.

Also, here's a little something special for you all, from our resident Hollywood fiend Matt Haley. This is just a little something he produced and directed. If you are a fan of Superman, you probably should check this out. We can only hope the new Superman movie is half an entertaining as this. Just consider it an early Christmas gift from Matt to all of you.

That's all for now, but don't fret. I'm going to be back tomorrow with some big news. How big? Well, let me just say that if you aren't in the holiday spirit yet, this might just help get you there. So, until tomorrow, peace out!


Happy Thanksgiving from Sequential Treasures!

Hello, my friends. From all of us at Sequential Treasures, as well as our fine stable of talent, we want to wish all of you and your loved ones a very happy, safe, and filling Thanksgiving! Enjoy the day!


Hitting The Shelves: Outsiders #34 & Chip: Second Crack #2

Hey there, Sequential Treasures fans! Well, Thanksgiving in almost here and we've certainly got a lot more cooking around her at the old H.Q., than just a turkey. We've got new comic releases due out this week from some of our great stable of comic artists.

First up, we have The Outsiders #34 from DC comics. In it Geo-Force comes face to face with the Olympian. Somehow I don't think things will get settled through some sporting events. This issue features the pulse-pounding inks of our own Mick Gray, on top of the pencils of the legendary Keith Giffen! Just look for the cover shown here. Even better, starting with issue #36 of the series, Mick will be the new regular inker for the book (on Giffen's pencils). Very awesome, no? [Edit Update: Mick just informed me that this issue is the only one he will be doing on the book and will not become the regular inker of it. He says, though, that he has some big news for another project, that made this happen, which he'll let me know about soon.]

Also out this week is Chip: Second Crack #2 from Antacrtic Press. Richard's Moore's latest mini-series, involving his 4-inch high gargoyle, is trucking right along, as Chip continues his hunt for the Jersey Devil. Knowing Chip, it's not going to end up the way he expects it. It's a really fun book, that Shawn Douglas of Cosmic Comix & Toys proclaimed was, "A great all-ages book that will exceed your expectations and possibly make you an instant fan for life!"

Lastly, but certainly not least, your blogmaster spaced it last week and forgot to mention that you should pick up a copy of Zombies vs. Cheerleaders #2 from Moonstone Comics, as it has a pin up piece by our own Ben Hansen (who is no strangers to zombies or cheerleaders himself).

So, now that you know all about this great comic goodness that's out there, makes sure to pick up these awesome books and get a dose of Sequential Treasures talented talents! Also, be sure to come by the Sequential Treasures Facebook Forum (the link is in the sidebar to the left) to see the covers to all the issues mentioned here (plus maybe a surprise or two).

That's all for now, but as I said, we have lots of stuff cooking around here, so I'll be back soon with more news and info to delight, dazzle, and dumbfound you all. Until then, peace out!


See our talent from coast-to-coast this weekend!

Hello, once more, my faithful ones! I'm back to give you the scoop on some appearances from some of our incredibly talented artists. As we speed into the holidays and towards the the end of 2010, we are also coming to the conclusion of the comic convention season. So, take note of what will be the final appearance from our talent for the year.

First off, on the west coast, we have Randy Kintz, who will be at the Portland Comic Book Show, set for this Sunday (Nov. 21st). This is the longest running show in the Portland, OR area and Randy is one of the mainstays of it. He'll be doing sketches and have his usual array of prints and sketchbooks. But he'll also be debuting a new print he's recently done of Deadpool! So, if you are in the area, make sure to stop by and pick up one of those. You can get more info at the show's website.

Next, on the east coast, our own Jason Craig will be at the Virginia Comicon this weekend (Nov. 20-21), as well. This man, who's rubs elbows with Hollywood big shot and has more than a few stories to tell from it, will also be doing sketches and have some prints available. Just check out the convention's website for more details on the others guests and attractions to be found.

And remember, these are the last appearances these guys will be making this year. So, don't miss out on your chance to talk with them and pick up some really cool art. If you miss out, you'll have to wait until 2011 to see them again.

That's all for now. But I'll be back with more news and info before you know it. Until then, peace out!


A "Thankful" update of new art for sale!

Hey there, my art loving friends! Things are just rolling along here at Sequential Treasures, as the holidays are quickly approaching. So, to help kick off the spirit, we've got a fresh new update of art from several of out stalwart talents.

Fist off, we have a cool new pin up piece from Ben Hansen, featuring the Savage Dragon. Then, we have a couple of unpublished pages from Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash 2 from Jason Craig. And finally, we have a batch of new stuff from inker Mick Gray, which featrues the pencils of folks like Barry Kitson, Ryan Sook, Lee Bermejo and others, on titles like Hawkman (one of those pages is shown here), Lex Luthor: Man of Steel, Legion of Super-Heroes and more! So, as you can tell there's a lot to see. So, stop by the art gallery and check it all out. Then, place your order. This is likely to be one of the (if not THE) last art updates from up for the year, so you'd do well to get your orders in promptly.

Well, that's it for now, gang. But there's more stuff coming down the pike, as we intend to end 2010 of a very nice note. So, stay tuned here for the latest. Until then, peace out!


See Mick Gray in San Jose... this Saturday!

Hey, everyone! You blogmaster is back to give you the scoop on some happenings at Sequential Treasures H.Q., because you know we just keep things rolling around here.

First off, we have another appearance by one of out illustrious creators. This Saturday, Mick Gray will be at the San Jose Comics Festival. It a small event that is held in the area a few times a year. This one is the last one they will be holding this year. It also will be Mick's last appearance for the year, too. He'll' be there all day doing sketches, selling some of his originals, and talking comics (including some details on some upcoming projects that I'll be mentioning here shortly). You can get more info on this show at their website.

Then, we have the news of some art donated by our own Randy Kintz to help benefit the Inkwell Awards. This award is to help recognize the contributions and skills of comic inkers, who often get overlooked. Randy has donated a sketch cover piece, featuring the merc-with-a-mouth, Deadpool. It's on a sketch cover edition to the Marvels Project #1 and is being auctioned on eBay right now. Make sure to place a bid and help out a very worthy cause.

Well, that's all for now. But I'll be back soon, as I'm expecting some new art to show up any day now, which will be one of the last (if not THE last) art updates from us for the rest of the year, so you surely don't want to miss that. Until then, peace out!


Talent here, talent there, talent EVERYWHERE!

Hello again, my minions of comic art goodness! Well, the year is quickly speeding to its close, as we have less than two months left in 2010. But if you think this means that those of us at Sequential Treasures plan to rest on our laurels, you couldn't be more wrong. We plan to keep the momentum from October rolling on. In fact, this weekend you have multiple opportunities to see some of our awesome creators in person. Here's the 4-1-1 on where and when...

First off, that bastion of horror artistry, Jason Craig, will be at the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention. This is a two day event, but unlike most show that would be Saturday and Sunday, this one is Friday and Saturday (Nov. 5th and 6th, respectively). Jason will, of course, be signing comic and doing sketches for fans, but he's also bringing some new horror related prints with him, which will be unveiled at the show. I asked him what they were, but he wanted to stay tight-lipped on this. So, you'll just have to make sure to stop by and check them out. Here's the show's website, where you can get all the details on the location and other guests.

As if that wasn't enough excitement for you, both Randy Kintz and Ben Hansen will be at the Bellingham Comicon, which is also this Saturday, as well. Both of them will be sketching and bringing there usually large bounty of prints and sketchbooks. This will also be Ben's last show appearance for the year, too. You can get all the info on this show at their website. Are you excited, yet? Didn't I tell you 2010 was going to be the best on record for Sequential Treasures? You know your blogmaster doesn't lie!

Well, that's it for now. But I'll be back with more news, info and updates soon. Until then, peace out!


Happy Halloween from Sequential Treasures!

Hey there, art-ghouls! Those of us here at Sequential Treasures would like to take this moment and wish all of you a very happy and safe Halloween! We hope you all have a frightfully fun night, with all the ghost and hobgoblins that will abound!

And to get into the "spirit" of things ourselves, here's a nice little bonus for you all. A really cool zombie pin-up image by our own Ben Hansen! Have a good one, folks. Unpleasant dreams!


An early Halloween treat from Jason Craig!

Hello again, my fiendish art lovers! Well, Halloween is almost upon us. It's the time of year for scares and all things horrific. So, what better time to bring you all a massive new update of art for sale from our own resident horror-master, artist Jason Craig!

We really hit you in the fear-center this time out, as this batch is nothing less than the complete 22-pages from Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors #2 (one of the pages is shown above)! The choice of subject matter couldn't be better time, if we had planned it (and we did). There's a lot to see in this, as the gore factor increases in these pages. This now gives us the complete pages to the first two issues of this sequel mini-series and all available for you to purchase. So, don't delay in checking out what's new. Just head over the the art gallery and see for yourself. Then, place your orders to get yourself a special Halloween treat!

Also, don't forget that was are nearing the end of Randy Kintz's incredible 50% off sale. The sale ends at the end of the month, so you only have a few days left to get in on this awesome event! There's still a lot of great art from Randy that's available, so don't miss out on this spectacular deal! This will probably be your last chance to get some art at a discount like this for the rest of the year. Place your order today!

And if all the above isn't enough, here's something even scarier for you all. Randy has just has a tutorial article published, in which he gives instructional pointers and advice to all you aspiring young artists out there. That's right! Randy is doing something to help mold the future of comic artistry (oh, the horror... the HORROR!). You can read Randy's piece on a site called Creativend Mag. So, head on over and check that out... if you dare! Mwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

That's all for now, but I'll be back soon with more news and info for you. Until then, have a safe and cavity-free Halloween! Peace out!


A "Pound-ing" new art update from Richard Moore!

Hey there, art lovers! Well, I said yesterday that I'd have a new art update for you today, so let us get with it, shall we?

This time out, we get a nice batch from our resident superstar, Richard Moore. In this update, you are getting the complete 22 pages from his one-shot of "The Pound!" It's all out action with Kat and Caleb. The awesomely stylish renderings you have come to expect from Richard are in full effect here (as shown in the page above). The prices are reasonable, as usual, as well. So, get yourself on over to the art gallery and check things out. Then, place your orders fast, because the last few updates of Richard's art have been flying out almost as fast as we can list them. Don't miss out!

Also, just wanted to remind you that we still are in the middle of the Randy Kintz 50% off sale, as well as the fact that the art auctions for the Marla Bea Benefit to help fight breast cancer end today. In fact, they are starting to close right now. Many of the pieces are still at or near the starting bit, so you can get some art at a great price and help a very worthy cause. Just head on over to the auctions.

Well, that's it for now, but I'm sure I'll be back with more stuff for you all soon, as the hectic times of October continue one here at Sequential Treasures HQ. Until next time, peace out!


Hitting The Shelves: Brightest Day #12

Hi-ho, all! Time to, once again, drop some info on some new comic book goodness due out this week, which features some of the artistic skills of Sequential Treasures roster of talent.

Coming out at all comic shops everywhere this Wednesday is Brightest Day #12, the latest chapter in the big event going on at DC. As those of you who've been following it know, these books are usually worked on by multiple artists. Well, our own Mick Gray got to ink a few pages in this issue, over the pencils of Patrick Gleason, on the Martian Manhunter part of the tale. According to Mick, it features a somewhat intimate moment between J'Onn and the female green martian. Just make sure to be looking for the cover shown here, when you pick up your weekly batch of comics this week. You'll thank me later.

Also, I have a couple other tidbits for you. First off, is to give a reminder to you that the Marla Bea Benefit comic art auctions, to help raise funds to fight breast cancer, ends tomorrow. Several of our artists did their part in creating an original sketch.pin up piece for the auction, so make sure to do yours and bid on them. Many of the pieces are still at their starting bid prices, so you can get some great art, for a great price, and help out a great cause. You can see the auctions right here.

Then, we have our second reminder about the 50% off sale on all Randy Kintz's current stock. We're over the halfway mark on the sale and there's still a lot of great art available. So, don't delay in placing your orders. Head over to our art gallery and check out all we still have in stock! Do it now, because you won't have another chance of a deal like this for quite some time!

That's about all for now. Tomorrow, I'll have a brand new update of art for you all! I hope you'll all come back for that, as the busy fall season just keeps on rolling around here. Until then, peace out!


See Randy Kintz and Wizard World New England this weekend!

Hello, once again, my faithful minions! The hectic pace of October continues here at Sequential Treasures, as I tell you of an upcoming appearance by one of our own.

This weekend, October 15-17, is Wizard World New England in Boston, MA. It is one of the last big shows of the 2010 convention season. As with all Wizard World shows, this one is jam packed with guests galore. one of them is our own Randy Kintz, who will be attending. He will have his usual array of prints and his new 2010 sketchbooks with him, as well as be doing sketches for those lucky enough to request them. The event will be held at the JOHN B. HYNES VETERANS MEMORIAL CONVENTION CENTER. To get more info on the other guests and events there, as well as ticket information, just head over to the show's website.

Of course, if you can't get to the show, you can still get some great Randy Kintz art from us, as we are about halfway through Randy's massive 50% off sale on all his current inventory. Pages, cover, pin ups, it's all 50% off! So, head over to our art gallery and check out all of his great art that's still available at this incredible discount. Then, place those orders before all the best stuff is gone!

That's it for now. I'm expecting some new art to update over the next week, so be watching for that. As for which artist(s) to expect it from, I think I'll keep it a secret for now. Until then, peace out!


Please help us support a very worthy cause!

Hello, everyone. I promised you yesterday I had some very special and important news for you all.

As we all know, October is the month for scares and horror, but it isn't just those we get from Halloween ghosts and goblins. There's also the real horror of deadly diseases, like breast cancer, which is why October is also breast cancer awareness month. This disease will touch millions of lives this year and that is why Sequential Treasures and her artistic roster want to try and help.

To that effect, we are working with The Marla Bea Benefit. This annual event reaches out to the comic book creative community and asks them to donate original pieces of art, in the hope of finding a cure. All artists involved create an original sketch/pin up of a strong female character from comics and add in the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon or the the color pink. We help out last with this event and we are doing so again this year. All the donated art are now being auctioned off on eBay. Our own Mick Gray, Randy Kintz, and Ben Hansen have generously donated an original piece for the cause. Last year they raised over $4,200.00 for the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. We'd like to see that record broken this year and that's where you come in.

By bidding on these pieces, you are helping to generate funds to help find a cure for this terrible disease. All proceeds from the auctions go to the Holden Center, so please bid high and bid often. With your help we can help make a difference in the lives of women and their families everywhere. This is certainly a most worthy cause to fight for!

If you would like to see the pieces donated by our artists, please go to our Facebook forum and you may view them there. Until next time, peace out and thank you!


Hitting The Shelves: Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #5 (of 6)

Salutations, my friends! I'm back once again to give you the info on on a new comic work, ready to hit the comic racks, which features art by one of Sequential Treasures solid stable of talent.

This Wednesday will see the release of Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #5 (of 6) in comic shops across the globe! That's right the delayed and long awaited penultimate chapter to this tale is finally coming out. In this issue, as Bruce Wayne struggles through the timestream to get back to his time, he ends up in 1930's Gotham City. It is a very noir setting and this issue features the amazing artistry of Ryan Sook, with inks by our own Mick Gray. The two have worked together in the past, so if you've seen their work before, you know you can expect a great visual treat. So, when you head out for your weekly stash of comic awesomeness, make sure to pick up a copy of this issue. Just look for the cover image shown here. We hope to soon have some of the pages to this book in the near future.

Of course, you can also buy some of the other original art of Mick's, too, which we have for sale on our art galley. And also, don't forget that we are still running Randy Kintz's massive 50% off sale on everything he has in stock (pages, covers, pin ups, it's all 50% off the listed price). Just head on over to the art gallery and check out what's still available!

That's all for now, but I'll be back tomorrow with something a little special and important. Until then, peace out!


New horrific art for sale from Ben Hansen!

Hey, everyone! Well, time to give you the lowdown on some new art just made available to purchase.

This small batch comes from our own Ben Hansen and is a little bit special. Seeing as how this is the month for Halloween, Ben decided to put up several horror type pin ups on the block. In this update you have pieces featuring characters from Zombieland, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Ash from the Evil Dead saga (shown here), Abe Sapien from the Hellboy franchise, Mrs. Freddy Krueger (which has to be seen to be believed) and more. All of them very reasonably priced, as well. So, head on over to the art gallery and check them out. The, get in the holiday spirit yourself and put in an order.

And speaking of art, we are now officially one week into Randy Kintz's huge 50% off sale! So far, the orders have been light, but I don't expect that to last for long. There's still a lot of great stuff of Randy's that available for rock bottom prices. Don't miss out on the rare occasion to get in on such massive savings!

Well, that's all of now, but there's plenty more to come, as it's looking like October will be another busy month for Sequential Treasures and her roster of talent. So, stay tuned for even more news and updates as they happen. Until then, peace out!


See Jason Craig in Eerie, PA this weekend!

Hey, folks! I'm back once more, with info on an event appearance by one of our own talented artists.

As we all know, October is the month when our thoughts turn to the dark and scary. It is the time of Halloween and all things horrific. With that in mind, if you are in the area, make sure to stop by the Eerie Horror Film Festival in Eerie, PA this weekend. The hardest working man in comics, Jason Craig, is one of the guests. Fresh off his trip to Texas last weekend, Jason is doing a little globe-trotting to meet and greet the fans. He'll have some cool new prints at this show, as well as doing sketches. He'll also be bringing some of his art from the second Jason vs. Freddy vs. Ash mini-series. This is a four day event, running from the 7th until the 10th, and Jason will be there for all four days. This is the seventh year for this show, which has lots of great guests from comics, film and television. You can get all the details on where the show is and who else is there at their website. Of course, if you can't make the show, you can always pick up some of Jason art from us at our art gallery.

Also, speaking of which, don't forget about the "Treat-Not-Trick" 50% off sale on all art from Randy Kintz. We are almost a week into it, so you only have a few weeks left to get in on this tremendously generous opportunity by Randy. There's still a lot of great pieces available, so get your order in before all the good stuff disappears like a ghost. Just head over to the art gallery and place your order.

Well, that's it for now. I have more stuff coming this week, so keep watch here for more updates soon. Until then, peace out!


See Jason Craig in Corpus Christi, TX this Sunday!

Hello again, everyone. I told you that we here at Sequential Treasures were not slowing things down. To prove it, I have some news today on an upcoming appearance by one of our host of talents artists.

If you are going to be in the Corpus Christi, TX area this Sunday, make sure to stop by the Corpus Cristi Collector's Convention. More than just comics, this show runs the gamut of pop culture, including sci-fi, horror, movies, toys and lost more. The show time runs from 10 am to 6 pm. Our own Jason Craig will be one of the special guests there. He'll have some prints and be doing sketches, as usual. So, if you go, make sure to stop by his table and say "hello." To get more info on this show and where it will be held, check their Facebook page.

Also, don't forget that today marks the start of the massive 50% off sale on all of Randy Kintz's current inventory. The sale will run for the entire month of October, but i don't expect the better pieces to last that long, so get your order in ASAP! Just head over to our art gallery and see what is available.

That's it for now, but I'm sure I'll be back soon with more coolness for you all. Until then, peace out!


The Randy Kintz "Treat-Not-Trick" Sale!

Got some big news today, for all you comic art lovers out there. With September nearly over and autumn underway, Randy Kintz has made the decision to hold a special sale for all of you, as a thank you for all your support this year. Your blogmaster had nothing to do with this, as this is completely at Randy's behest.

So, starting Friday and running through the entire month of of October, all of Randy's original art that we currently have in stock will be 50% off the listed price! This is no joke, it's for real! In fact, we've decided to call it the "Randy Kintz Treat-Not-Trick Sale!" This will give you all a very rare opportunity to pick up some of Randy's art at rock bottom prices! Besides original art doesn't run you the risk of cavities. Some might call this crazy, but it is certainly a most generous gesture from one of Sequential Treasures up-and-coming talents! So, don't let Randy's goodwill go to waste. Spread the word and be sure to get in on this incredibly awesome deal! Stop by our art gallery and get ready to place your order promptly.

And if you think this is big news, be prepared for even more to come, as I have more appearances by our roster of talent and new art updates, plus a few other surprises, all of which are scheduled for October. So, if you thought things were slowing down at Sequential Treasures with the end of summer, you couldn't have been more wrong! So, be watching here for more news and info, as things are just going to be picking up steam again. Until then, peace out!


Hitting The Shelves: Chip: Second Crack #1

Hello again, my faithful ones! I'm here once more, to give you all the lowdown on what's happening at Sequential Treasures HQ. As Fall has officially fell, the changing season also brings about some colorful events soon to come here.

First off, Jet City ComiCon was nice. Saw a few friends, bought a few comics and even got a couple sketches. It was a really nice day, as it felt good to be a mere attendee for a change (although I'll probably get a table there next year). I hope any of you who went had yourselves a good time (and also made sure to stop by Randy Kintz and Ben Hansen's tables, too).

Now, though, it is time to inform you all that the next mini-series for Richard Moore's all-ages series "Chip" will be found in all finer comic establishments this coming Wednesday. Chip: Second Crack #1, from Antarctic Press, picks up right where we left off from the first mini-series. Chip is still determined to become the scariest gargoyle statue around, even though he's only four inches tall. The new mini-series will be filled with the same sense of humor and light-hearted feeling as the previous one. So, if you liked the first one (and who didn't?), you need to be sure to pick up this one. Just look for the cover displayed above.

Well, that's all for now. But I have some more stuff for you coming up in the next few weeks, as I drop the info on more con appearances by the talent, more new art for sale and a few other surprises. Don't worry, I'm sure you are gonna like them. Until next time, peace out!


Sequential Treasures to rule the Jet City ComiCon this Saturday!

Hello, once more, my art loving fiends! I'm back again to bring you more news on the goings-on at Sequential Treasures HQ, where we are always cooking up cool stuff for all of you. It's been a pretty quiet month this September, but that's only because we are catching out breath until the next big wave of excitement.

This Saturday is the 1st annual Jet City ComiCon in Seattle, WA. This new show is really starting thing off right, as they've asked several of Sequential Treasures own roster of talent to appear (which they were more than happy to do so). Ben Hansen, Randy Kintz and Matt Haley will all be in attendance at the event. Ben Hansen has even produce an exclusive limited edition print for the show, featuring Jet City's "Bomber Girl" mascot. Mean while Randy Kintz has a couple of new prints, featuring the ladies of DC Comics, as well as his new 2010 sketch books, which are being unveiled at the show. And, of course, all of them will be doing sketch for the masses. You can see pictures of the new prints and other exclusive items at our Facebook Forum, while you can get the full lowdown on the show (and the other guests to be there) at their website. Your semi-humble blogmaster will also be there, but not in an official capacity, just as a fan. But if you happen to catch me drifting about, make sure to say hello.

That's it for now. I have lots of cool stuff I'm getting ready to start shooting down the pipeline to you, so be ready for more major happenings and info soon. Until then, peace out!


Randy Kintz becomes "Museum Worthy!"

Hey there, folks! I got a little something different from the usual news and info I generally give you all. It isn't about new art for sale, interviews, reviews, or appearances by the talent (at least, not in the traditional sense). Today's news a little something special.

Starting tomorrow, the Maryhill Museum in Goldendale, WA will be hosting a new exhibit called "Comics at the Crossroads." It will be spotlighting the changing face and importance of comic art over the last few decades, in both pop culture and the mainstream artistic purview, as it spotlights the large concentration of comic artists in the region. Here's the description of what this exhibit is all about:

"In recent years comics have moved from the cultural fringes into the artistic and literary mainstream. The Pacific Northwest is home to a growing community of comic artists, including more than half a dozen major comic publishing houses and many smaller ones. The exhibition Comics at the Crossroads: Art of the Graphic Novel examines this vibrant and evolving art form with a focus on 40 Northwest artists who are established stars and emerging lights in the comic art universe.

The exhibition features previously published and unpublished works, such as sample page spreads and book covers, along with related toys."

Of the 40 artists, Sequential Treasures own Randy "Rantz" Kintz is among them. A page from one of the issues of the Jason and the Argonauts mini-series he did for Bluewater Comics a few years ago, will be a part of the display. All of us here couldn't be prouder of him and hope that this will serve as an example to many outside of the comic community, that comic art is first and foremost just that: Art! You can get information on this from their press release, as well as a listing of the other artists involved and direction to the Maryhill Museum at their website. So, if you are going to be in the area tomorrow (or anytime within the next couple of months, while the display will be shown) make an effort to check it out. This is certainly a great honor, not only for Randy and the other artists, but for comic art lovers of all kinds!

That's it for now, but I'll be back soon, as I'm still hard at work behind the scenes on some things. Until then, peace out!


The latest Richard Moore art for sale!

Hello, my faithful art lovers! Well, with the end of the summer, things have quieted down a little bit around here, but don't expect that to last, as that only means we are plotting more bigger and awesome stuf to come to finish out 2010!

Today, though, it simply another great update of art from our own workhorse, Richard Moore. This update batch is the complete 22 page story called M'Lady: Don't Tease (a page os which is shown above). See what happens when Richard's naughty princess runs afoul of a PETA-minded wizard, after she torments some small woodland creatures. Needless to say, the lesson shw learns isn't quite what you would think. Be forewarned, though, that this is one of Richard's adult-themed stories, so the art is NSFW and not meant for kids. Still, for those of you who are able to view it safely, just head over to our art gallery. Then, place your orders fast, because the last few updates of Richard's stuff have had a very short shelf-life.

That's it for now. I'll be back shortly, as we have some upcoming appearence for some of our talent, as well as more art updates expected. On top of all that, I'm working of something kinda big for next year, but if it is worked out I'll be sure to drop some hints much sooner (oooo, you know how much I love to get crytpic on you all). Until next time, peace out!


See Mick Gray in Sacramento this Sunday!

Hey there, once again, my fellow art fans! Time to drop a quick bit of info to you on an appearence by comic inker extraordinaire, Mick Gray!

Seems he got a last minute invite to the Sac-Con is Sacramento, CA. The show it scheduled for this Sunday. Asside from the usualy stuff, there will also be a costume contest, an art contest, and some other surprises. Mick will be on hand with some original art he's selling, as well as the fact he'll be doing some sketches, too. This is the longest running comic related show in that area, so if you are around there, make sure to stop by and show Mick some love (and some cash, too). You can get all the details on the show at their website.

This, is on top of having our instore siging and sketch event with Randy Kintz today in Yakima, WA. Your blogmaster will also be there with lots of original art for sale at that event, so it looks to be a busy weekend for Sequential Treasures and our talent.

Of course, if you can't make either of these events, you can alway stop by our art gallery and place an order for some art online. It might not be as fun as seeing us in person, but you know you'll still be treated right and get some of best comic art available.

That's it for now. I'm hoping my next post will be about a fabulous new art update, as I'm expecting some new stuff from some of our talented artists any day now. Until then, peace out!


The "heavenly" art of Randy Kintz!

Hey, my loyal art minions! As the unofficial end of summer quickly approaches, we here at Sequential Treasures want to end the season right, as we cap off what has been a crazy time for all of us here.

I said yesterday that I was going to hit you with some special news today, well, here it is:

First, Randy Kintz original card set, titled "Rantz Angels," is now available for sale. Featuring a 50 card base set, plus one original sketch card, you'll see the artistic prowess of artists like Jason Martin, Joe Pekar, (the late) Pat Carlucci, Jason Metcalf, Randy Kintz, and a host of others, as they provide you a true masterwork of "heavenly bodies" to behold. But the sets are limited to only 1,000 copies, so get your order in fast, before they disappear as quickly as any other angelic vision. You can place your orders for them at the Sadlittles.com website.

Secondly, this Friday, you'll have the chance to see Randy in person, as he does a local in-store signing & sketch event at Ron's Coin & Collectibles in Yakima, WA. He'll have comics and prints for signing (including a new color edition of his popular JLA print), as well as be doing sketches. Sequential Treasures will be there, as well, with tons of great comic art for sale. There will be free refreshments for those who attend and maybe even a few surprises, too. The event runs from 5 pm to 7 pm and we hope to see lots of folks turn out. It's sure to be a fun time.

Well, that's all for now. I hope to have some new art updates for you soon, as well as more news on our artists. Until then, peace out!


Richard Moore on Boneyard's conclusion and what come next!

Hey everyone! Just wanted to tip you all to a new interview that Sequential Treasures own Richard Moore has just done for Newsarama.

In it, he talks about the release of the final Boneyard collected edition (at least, for now), as well as his feelings for the series, some hints on where it might have gone, as well as some sneak insights into what to expect next from him. You can read it all right here. So, just follow that link and get informed.

That's all for now, but I'll be back tomorrow with some more news about another of out talented stable of creative minds. You surely don't want to miss that. Until then, peace out!


Mike Vosburg's debut art update!

Hey there, art lovers! Well, with the exciting news of our getting to work with legendary artist Mike Vosburg, we are wasting any time and jumping right into the thick of things, as today I bring you the very first art for sale update from our newest artistic addition.

We have a varied group of items today. First off, there's several published pages of Mike's work on titles like Archer and Armstrong, Justice League Quarterly, Lori Lovercraft and more. Then, you have a couple of very nice pin ups, featuring DC's Zatanna (shown here) and Marvel's Satanna. Certainly a duo worth looking at. Finally, we have some actual painted art, featuring the fairer sex, which is not even comic book related! In all, 15 great pieces of art, showcasing the varied level of talent Mike Vosburg has. So, head over to our art gallery and check them out. Then, place your order to add one of these awesome pieces to your own collection!

That's all for now. I'll be back before you know it, as there's always lots of cool things brewing around Sequential Treasures HQ. Until then, peace out!


Artist Bio: Mike "Voz" Vosburg

Hey there, my faithful ones! Sequential Treasures continues to "bring the heat" in a summer that has been both eventful and sizzling hot! Today, I bring you news of yet another great talent which has join the artistic stables here. A longtime player who's been a part of the comics scene for over three decades. Take a moment and get to know about the man, they myth, the legend, Mike Vosburg:

"Born in the cold and gloomy confines of Michigan, fantasy and escapism were a natural retreat for Mike. Comics of all sorts - westerns, funny animal, horror and even costumed heroes- were his introduction to literature and art. He soon moved up to the illustrations of N.C. Wyeth and the the stories of Sax Rohmer, Dashiel Hammet, Raymond Chandler, The Twilight Zone and anything else that caused a chill to run down his spine. While his mom had banned TV from the household there were weekly trips to the movies (usually with a bag of his dad's homemade popcorn). Bob Hope, Randolph Scott, Danny Kaye and occasionally some bit of brilliance from Hitchcock filled his life. All of this was a drug that lifted you above the mundane experiences of life. Storytelling was a religion, and Mike wanted to be a high priest.

While he had virtually no formal art training Mike did have several jobs that helped him prepare for a career in art. As a library page he learned how to do research; as worker on the line in a bus factory he learned how to assemble and put together a project; as a schoolteacher he learned how to educate both himself and his clients; as a basketball coach he learned it's all about teamplay; and as a janitor he learned how to clean up after someone else.

As a teenage Mike edited and produced the fanzine Masquerader, which introduced him to many of his cohorts in the comic book world and helped jump start his career. He worked for Marvel and DC for a number of years, on books like Cloak & Dagger, Savage She-Hulk, Starfire, World's Finest Comics, Ms. Marvel and many more, until moving to LA in the mid 80's where he branched out into the fields of animation, advertising and film. He has produced artwork for the LA Museum of Tolerance, has drawn the entire run of cover inserts for the HBO Tales
from the Crypt
series, won an Emmy as a director on the HBO animated series Spawn. Besides any number of advertising projects he has done storyboards for a number of music videos for the like of Emimem, Marilyn Manson and Gwen Stefani. Most recently Mike has storyboarded The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince
Caspian and Journey to the Center of the Earth.

In his spare time "Voz" continues to attend weekly figure drawing courses, as well as produce painted art, still shoots baskets in his back yard and continues to create and produce his own comic book graphic novels Lori Lovecraft (a cover of one of those issues is shown here) and Retrowood."

So, as you can see, Mike has had a very long career and it's not over yet. We here at Sequential Treasures are beyond pleased to be working with an artist of Mike's caliber, both in skill and reputation. We will have some of Mike's art for sale very shortly, so make sure to keep tabs at our art gallery for that update in the future.

Well, that's all for now. Are you excited, yet? You should be. I told you that 2010 was going to be the biggest year ever for Sequential Treasures. And we certainly like to live up to our promises around here. I'll be back soon, hopefully with an update of art from Mike. Until then, peace out!


A new batch of art for sale from Richard Moore!

Hey everyone! Time to give you the lowdown on a new update of original art for sale from one of Sequential Treasures reliable stable of artists. This time, we have a new batch from that perennial favorite, Richard Moore!

In this update, we have two complete short stories from Richard's adult themed works. So, take note, this stuff is not meant for kids and in certainly NSFW. You have been warned. We have the 10-page tale of "The Pound: Hot Pursuit" (one of which is shown here), as well as the original 8-page story that introduced us to "Fire and Brimstone." You can view the pieces at our art gallery. Then, be sure to place your orders quickly, as our last batch of adult short stories from Richard moved incredibly quick.

Lastly, I have a small update on Richard's health. The sinus infection that prevented him from going to San Diego ComiCon is starting to clear up. The anti-biotics Richard is currently on is helping him to finally shake the bug and his doctor doesn't think it will be necessary to puncture his eardrum to remove the fluid build-up. So, good news all around. Also, Richard and his wife wanted me to extend their appreciation for all the well-wishing folks have sent their way. It actually helped them to know so many folks care about Richard's well-being. You guys are the best!

That's all for now, but I'm sure I'll be back soon with more news and art updates. The summer of 2010 is going to be the hottest on record for Sequential Treasures, but it'll have nothing to do with the temperature. Until next time, peace out!


New art for sale from Mick Gray and Sequential Treasures!

Hey, everyone! Well, with us now into August the "lazy days" of summer are upon us. However, lazy days are something we've not been having around the Sequential Treasures HQ for quite a while now, as we just keep steamrolling along. And what better way to start off a new month, than with an update of some new art for sale. Even better, it comes from our latest talent addition, Mick Gray.

Mick dug into his little treasure trove of goodies and pulled out 10 incredible pieces, which will thrill and excite you. Here's the full list of what's been updated, which I think you're going to like (especially if you are a DC Comics fan):

  • Batman Confidential #16, pages 4-5 (pencils by Rags Morales and which is shown here)

  • Fantastic Four: Secret Invasion #3, page 5 (pencils by Barry Kitson)

  • Joker Hardcover, page 94 (pencils by Lee Bermejo)

  • JSA: Kingdom Come Special: Magog #1, page 26 (pencils by Fernando Pasarin)

  • Promethea #26, page 16 (pencils by J.H. Williams III)

  • Promethea #28 pages 2-3 (pencils by J.H. Williams III)

  • Seven Soldiers of Victory: Zatanna #2, page 3 (pencils by Ryan Sook)

  • Superman/Batman Annual #3, page 26 (pencils by Chris Batista)

  • The Shield #1, page 14 (pencils by Marco Rudy)

  • Green Lantern #40 Cover Re-creation (pencils and inks by Mick Gray)

So, as you can see, some really primo stuff by some very well-known names. Just head on over to our art gallery and check them out. Then, place your orders. Oh, and just so you know, Mick has said that the Promethea pages are the last ones that he has of the series. So, take note Alan Moore fans!

That's all for now, but I'll be back soon, as we strive to keep your summer a very hot one, as far as your desires for original art is concerned. Until next time, peace out!


Artist Bio: Mick Gray

Hey, folks, I'm back again, with more big news for you all. So, I hope you are sitting down while you read this. Since the last post marked the first 100 posts of this blog, what would be the best way to start off the next 100 blog entries? Why with an artist bio, of course. So, let me now give you the rundown on the newest talent to enter the Sequential Treasures fold. I give you, comic inker extraordinaire: Mick Gray!

"Mick Gray grew up wanting to be an artist and car designer. At the suggestion of his father, Mick became a draftsman, getting on the job training at 16 and an Associates Degree in Technical Illustration at 20. He created spec sheets, illustrated textbooks and designed packaging for electronics companies. In his early 20s he started his own business, Draftecnix. It was by a sheer
twist of fate that he became a comic book inker.

In 1988 his best friend suggested him to local comic book publisher, Dan Vado of Slave Labor Graphics. On a whim Mick brought down his portfolio of technical illustrations. He was instantly hired to ink backgrounds like buildings and cars on SLG books such as Hero Sandwich, The Griffin and Bloodlust.

When Dan's book The Griffin was recreated by DC Comics, Mick was asked to
assist the new inker Mark McKenna. This began a 6 year partnership and intensive
training at both DC and Marvel Comics. Mick assisted other inkers for years before gaining the confidence to get his own projects. Soon editors at Marvel and DC were calling him.

Mick is now an Eisner Award winning inker and has worked continuously for DC comics for over 20 years, along with some of the most talneted and recoginzed names in comics, on projects such as the Son Of Superman hardcover (J.H. Williams III), Supergirl And The Legion Of Super-Heroes (Barry Kitson), Zatanna (Ryan Sook), Promethea and Chase (J.H. Williams III), Batman Confidential (Rags Morales), Teen Titans Go! (Alexander Serra), The Joker hardcover (Lee Bermejo), JSA: Kingdom Come (Fernando Pasarin and Dale Eaglesham) and The Shield (Marco Rudy). And this is only some of his tremendously large body of work.
Mick's current project to inking over his old pal, Ryan Sook again on The Return of Bruce Wayne #5, as well as some future works he can't quite talk about right now.

In 2009 Mick published his first children's book, Al B. Mouse's Abecedarium, which had a print run of only 200 copies and is available through his website http://www.mickgray.net/."

So, as you can see, we have a bona fide star here and we at Sequential Treasures are very happy to have him on-board. And if you'd like to get to know a little more about Mick, you can check out some recent interviews he's done for Fan to Pro and Sketch Maven. We hope to have some of Mick's original art for sale soon, so keep watch at our art gallery for that (or you could also buy some of the other art, which is already there from our illustrious crop of talented artists).

That's all for this time. I must say, it certainly is a great way to close out the best month ever for Sequential Treasures. Let us hope it's the start of a trend. I'll be back soon with more news and goodies for you all. Until then, peace out!


Massive art update from Sequential Treasures!

Hello again, my faithful ones! I'm back to make your summer just a wee bit hotter for you. You may recall, that I noted to you yesterday that I had a HUGE update of original art for sale coming, but that it wasn't by the usual band of artists you've come to know at Sequential Treasures. Well, the art has just dropped and is now available to purchase. As for the big mystery on who the art is by, well wonder no more, as I can reveal to you the names: Steve McNiven and ChrisCross!

Yep, you are reading that correctly. One of the most stylized artists and one of the most popular artists in the industry today, and we now have some of their original art for sale. I recently had the chance to acquire over 50 pages of originals by these guys. It was such a good deal, I just couldn't let it slip away. In this gigantic batch of art, we have almost a dozen pages by ChrisCross, from the short-lived DC series Xer0. Also, we have over 40 pages of art by Steve McNiven from his CrossGen days, from the titles Meridian (one the pages of which is shown right here) and Ruse: Archard's Agents: Deadly Dare one-shot (and these including a couple of breath-taking double page spreads and some incredible splash pages). Even better, all of these are priced to move! You all know Sequential Treasures has always made making original art affordable a top priority. So, you can own some art by these modern-day masters and not break your bank account to do it. Just head over to the art gallery and check out all this awesomeness for yourself. But place those orders fast, as I suspect most of the good stuff won't be lasting long.

Well, was that surprising big news or what? I've been telling you all that 2010 is going to be the best year yet for Sequential Treasures. And we are well on our way to keeping that promise. And on top of that, this update marks the 100th post entry for this blog. Just amazing! That's it for now, gang. But I'll be back soon with more news and other cool stuff for you before you know it. Until then, peace out!


See Jason Craig at the 2010 Fright Night Film Fest this weekend!

Hey, everyone! Well, we are heading right into the "dogs days of summer," but the temperature outside won't help prevent your blood from turning cold with horror, after you read today's news! That's because our own Jason Craig will be at the 2010 Fright Night Film Fest in Louisville, KY from July 30th-August 1st. Looks like you can never get the Halloween spirit kicked off too soon.

This is the sixth time for this annual event, where all things dark and horrific are brought up into the light. You can get all the full details of what's going down there at their official website. So, if you are going to be in that area this weekend, make sure to stop by artists alley there and say hello to Jason. He'll have prints on hand for sale, as well as be doing some sketches, too.

That does it for now, but I'll be back soon with more goodies for you, including an art update, but not of any of our usual suspect around here. What do I mean? You'll just have to wait and see (Oooo, cryptic). Until then, peace out!


A big new art for sale update from Sequential Treasures!

Hey, gang! Well, even with our massive sale having just ended, as well as being in the midst of SDCC action, we here at Sequential Treasures HQ aren't slowing things down for a second. I promised you a update of new art available was coming soon and here it is!

From Richard Moore we have a couple of mature short stories, featuring his naughty princess creation, M'Lady. One of them was published and the other not. On top of that, we have a handful of character study pin ups, featuring character from another of Richard's creations, The Pound.

Not to be outdone, both Ben Hansen and Randy Kintz have also made available several cool pin up pieces, featuring characters like Batgirl, X-23, Skrull Elektra (shown here), Snake Eyes and much more. In all almost 30 new pieces are now up and ready to find new homes. So, do your part. Go check them out and place your orders.

That's all for now, but I'll be back with more stuff for you all, before you know it. I'm always scheming and planning bigger and better things, as 2010 remains on track to be our best year ever! Hope you'll stay tuned for all the greatness that is to come. Until next time, peace out!


Sequential Treasures talent at San Diego ComiCon!

Hello again, my art loving fiends. Well, with it being near the end of July, there's only one thing on most comic art lovers minds: San Diego ComiCon! Well, it's no different here, either. Unfortunately, your blogmaster will not be able to attend, but some of our stalwart artists will be there. So, here's the lowdown for you all, so you can be sure to see them in person.

First off, Matt Haley will be at Booth 2000 (otherwise know as the Bad Ass booth). He'll be there with "Bad Ass" writer, Ben Thompson. Matt will be attending all four days and will be doing a limited number of commissions at the show. Matt has assured me that the commissions taken at the show will be completed by the end of the show. So, make sure to get to that booth early to get on the short list for that.

Sadly, I have to report that Richard Moore, who was scheduled to be signing at the NBM Publishing booth (Booth 1528, for those who wish to know), will not be able to attend. He's unfortunately come down with a serious sinus infection and cannot make it. I'm sure you'll wish to extend your sympathies and hope for him to have a speedy recovery.

And lastly, today is also the final day of our massive "Summer Madness" sale. At 11:59 pm (PST) tonight, you will no longer be able to get the awesome discounts from our participating artists. So, don't waste these final hours and let these awesome savings pass you by. Miss out and it'll be some time before you have another shot. Just head over to our art gallery and place that order now!

Well, that's all for now. For those of you going to the show, have a great time! For those of you who aren't, well, you'll be in good company with yours truly and who knows, I may be back soon with a new update of art for sale for you, as I'm expecting some stuff in from some of our artists any day now. So, missing the show won't be all bad for you. Until next time, peace out!


Sequential Treasures massive sale ends soon!

Hey everyone! After one really hectic week, last week was pretty quiet. Of course, that can be a good thing, but here at Sequential Treasures HQ, we are always doing or planning something for you all.

Today I just wanted to hit on a couple of things. First off, our massive "summer madness sale" is set to end shortly. It's been a unqualified success for us so far and we thank you for your support. The sale ends at 11:59 pm (PST) on Wednesday, so you've only a couple days left to get in on the biggest savings we will be offeruing this year. You know we don't often holds sales and rarely with discounts like this. So, if you've been holding off, waiting for the last minute, the time is now that you should place your order. Just go to our art gallery and pick out what you would like to call your own. Some good stuff has already been taken, but there is still plenty of great stuff available. Don't miss out on our biggest extravaganza of the year! After this, you'll be waiting quite a wile until your next chance.

Also, wanted to put out a note that the next couple pages to God Play at DarkBrain.com, featuring the artistic talents of our own Randy "Rantz" Kintz, have been put up for viewing. So, head on over and check those out. Two more pages will be uploaded at the end of this week, so make sure to keep tabs on it, as Randy has really put a lot of effort into this.

Well, that's all for now. But make sure to keep checking back, as I'll have more news and info for you later this week. Including a possible update of new art for sale. You surely don't want to miss that. Looks like it'll be another busy week for us, but that's how we like it here. Until next time, peace out!


Hitting The Web: God Play featuring Randy Kintz

In what has been probably the biggest news week Sequential Treasures has had in... oh, I don't know... EVER, I'm back again today with more tidbits for you. This time, it's about a place to see some new webcomic work from our own Randy "Rantz" Kintz.

As I noted a couple weeks ago, Randy is doing some work for the webcomic site called DarkBrain.com right now. Today marked the release of the first couple of pages to a multi-page feature Randy has provided the art for. The story is called "God Play" and is a bit of a departure for Randy on a couple of fronts. First, is the incredible tech and architecture involved in the story. Second , is the mature themes that this story will have (in short, this isn't meant for kids and is NSFW). Just follow the link and check out the first couple pages. The rest will be released over the next coming weeks. And we hope to have Randy's original art from this available shortly after that.

But if you can't wait for that, you can always pick up some of Randy's originals that we currently have, as well as stuff from our other talents, many of whom are currently involved in our massive summer sale (of which, Randy is one). Just head over to our art gallery and check out what's available. There's still a lot of good stuff to be had, so place those orders!

That's about all for now! Will next week be as information and excitement filled as this one has been? I don't know, but you can always be sure to tune in here and find out. Until then, peace out!


Jason Craig's "horrific" art update debut!

Hey, everyone! Well, we are one week into our massive sale, but that doesn't mean things are just going to coast along around here. I said this was going to be a big week for news and whatnot. And I don't think any news is ever bigger, than when we have fresh new art for sale, unless it also happens to be from a fresh new talent working with us, which this most definitely is!

Making his Sequential Treasures art update debut, is artist Jason Craig. And what we have for you is all 22 pages of art from the first issue of Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors, which was a the sequel to the original smash his mini-series. If you like blood and guts style of art, this update will fulfill your craving. As a horror fan myself, I have to say how truly impressed I am at Jason's skills. He manages to be very detailed in his style, yet the art never feels overdone or cluttered (which you can see here in the image shown above). If you are a fan of the classic movie monsters of the 80's, or are simple a horror fan like me, you've got to check this stuff out. Just head on over to our art gallery and treat yourself to a look through the awesomeness of Jason Craig (and then be sure to place your orders).

One thing of note, though, is that this art is not, I repeat NOT, a part of our sale. The listed price is the price. So, no trying to wrangle your way around that, ya hear? But if you want to get something from the artists partisipating in our summertime extravaganza, that's cool, too.

Well, that's it for now. I'll be back with more for you later. I know you are just itching with excitement. Until then, peace out!


Hitting The Shelves: Boneyard Vol. 7 TPB

Hey there, my ever faithful one! Things have been moving pretty quickly here at Sequential Treasures HQ. Some big things are in the offing very soon, with lots of news and other great things to tell you. But today, we focus on a new release due out at your local comic shops this week.

The much delayed final trade collection to Richard Moore's enormously popular BONEYARD series, published by NBM, will be out this week. This is Vol. 7, which consists on issues #25 through 28 of the series. It's the final storyline (at least, for the time being) when some questions are answered and others are brought to the fore. If you've read any of the previous work on the series, you'll not want to miss out on this one. The humor and character dynamics are in overdrive this time out, as our heroes go dimension hopping to save Michael Paris. Make sure to look for the cover image shown above, we you go to pick your weekly stash of comic book goodness.

Also, don't forget that we currently in the middle of our huge "summer madness" sale, with 30% off all current inventory from Richard Moore, while all the stock of Ben Hansen, Randy Kintz and Matt Haley is 40% off. Just head on over to our art gallery and place those orders. You only have until the 21st of the month to get in on these saving!

That's it for now, but I have more news coming down later this week. So, make sure to stay tuned right here for all the details. Until then, peace out!


Sequential Treasures "Summer Madness" Sale!

Hello again, my art loving friends! Well, it's summertime once again and you all know what that means: Backyard BBQs, lazy summer days, a dip in the pool, some fireworks and Sequential Treasures annual summertime sales event!

This year, we are going bigger with it than before, in keeping with how big a year this has been for us thus far. So, to show you all some appreciation, here's how the special summer sale will be working this year:

All Richard Moore art is 30% off the listed price!

All Ben Hansen art is 40% off the listed price!

All Randy Kintz art is 40% off the listed price!

All Matt Haley art is 40% off the listed price!

That's right, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. To kick off our summer extravaganza this year, we are offering the biggest discounts of the year on everything we currently have in stock from these artists! That's well over 200 pieces of original comic art up for grabs at rock bottom prices. From covers, to pin ups, to pages of all kinds, it's all on sale! If you've been saving your pennies for something from our great stable of talents, or if you've simply been waiting for a sale of this magnitude to get your attention, then the time to jump is now! So, make sure to head on over to our art gallery and place your order fast, before all the best stuff is G-O-N-E! This could be your one chance to get that piece you've been eyeing at the best price possible. You know we don't hold sales very often and rarely at this level of discount, so don't miss out on your chance.

As for when all this starts, the sale will begin at 12:01 am (PST) on July 1st and run through until 11:59 pm (PST) on July 21st. So, you haven't got much time to cash-in on this incredible bargain. It's first come, first served! Don't let the raining of saving pass you by.

That's it for now, but I'll be back with more news for you soon, including some art updates that will soon be in the offing. So, you don't want to miss that. Until then, peace out!


Artist Bio: Jason Craig

Hello, my art loving throngs! Well, I've been a bit cryptic and vague about some of the big happenings going on at the Sequential Treasures HQ, teasing you and drawing it out to maximum effect. Well, the time has come to break some of these things to you. So, with much ado, let me inform you all that Sequential Treasures has now become the exclusive art rep for rising comic superstar, artist Jason Craig!

If his name sounds somewhat familiar to you, it will all become very clear, once you read his bio below:

"After attending a comic book convention in 1991 in Chicago, Jason realized his passion was comics. After a hit and miss career over the next 10 years, he finally started working full time in advertising. All of that came to a sudden halt in the winter of 2002.

After an almost fatal crash, a coma, and a hard year of physical rehab, Jason returned to Chicago and landed Grimm Fairy Tales issue #11 for Zenescope. From there began working on the first issue of The Chronicles of Dr. Herbert West (the cover of which is shown here), a series based on the Re-Animator series of horror films, only to be stopped to work on Se7en issue 5 with writer Dave Wohl. Shortly after returning back to the Re-Animator book, he was offered a 6 issue Mini Series of Freddy Vs Jason Vs Ash and worked close with the talented writing team of James Kuhoric and Jeff Katz.

Freddy Vs Jason Vs Ash was nominated for many awards, one of which was a SPIKE TV Scream Award, and from that success Freddy Vs Jason Vs Ash:
Nightmare Warriors
concluded the series successfully. Currently he has worked on a story for WOLVERINE #900 for Marvel Comics, various film projects and currently is working on bringing his self published book to life, and the rest is history in the making…"

So, already Jason has become something of a minor star, not only in the world of comics, but also in the world of horror! You can expect big things coming down the pike from Jason and we'll be here to give you all the details. We also hope to have some of Jason's originals up for sale in the near future, as well.

That's all for now, but not all there is. While I've given you a part of the big plans going on behind-the-scenes here, this is by no means the end. I have even more coming down the line and very soon. So, keep your seat belts strapped in, as we rocket forward into the future, with even more big news to come. Until then, peace out!


Hitting The Web: Randy Kintz at DarkBrain.com

Hey there, my artistic minded fiends! Time to give you the lowdown on some newly published work by one of Sequential Treasures own bevy of talented talents. Unlike the usual, though, this isn't something you can pick up at the local comic shop. No, this time it a new webcomic by our own Randy "Rantz" Kintz.

If you go over to the Dark Brain Comics website, you'll find this fun little piece call "Less Is More" which feature the art of Randy Kintz. But this isn't just a typical webcomic, as there are voice actors speaking the dialogue and much more. I do want to warn you, though, that some of the material found on the site is not meant for kids. So, be advised if you venture there.

That's all for now. I'm still working on those big behind-the-scenes events that are coming soon. I hope to have news on some of them next time. Until then, peace out!


Randy Kintz CryptiCon exclusive!

And now, as I promised yesterday, here is the exclusive print that our own Randy "Rantz" Kintz will be offering up at the CryptiCon, this weekend in Seattle!

I have to say upfront, that I was very impressed with this one. Randy is well-known for drawing the sexy ladies, but this is most certainly outside his usual comfort zone. He had a very nice edge to these horror styling and I think it is his best work of 2010 so far! It's really cool to see an artist of Randy's skill and caliber stretching themselves artistically. It is definitely a treat for all of you who go to the show and stop by his table. As with exclusive shown yesterday, this one is also a limited print run, so make sure to get your copy before they are gone.

Okay, that does it for now. For those of you going to the show, I hope you have a good time (and perhaps I'll see you there). I'll be back soon with more news for you all, because I'm working on some big things which will be coming up in the next few weeks. I can't say much now, but I can say I think you will all be pleased with the results of my labors. Until then, peace out!