FCBD exclusive art preview!

Hey all! Well, I promised you that I'd give you all an advanced sneak-peek at the exclusive piece of original art jam piece, which is also going to be a full color poster, which will be raffled off at the Free Comic Book Day event in Ellensburg at Central City Comics. So, here it is: Iron Man vs. War Machine by Jason Metcalf and Randy Kintz!

Pretty sweet, no? If that isn't enough reason for you to try to make the event (if you can), I don't know what is. I hope to see some of you there for all the fun. Until then, enjoy this preview and peace out!


Sequential Treasures celebrates Free Comic Book Day!

Hey there, my faithful fellows! I've returned to give you all the inside scoop on more happenings with Sequential Treasures and her artistic talent. Today, I want to hit you all up with the plans we have for Free Comic Book Day this Saturday.

First off, Randy Kintz and yours truly will be doing a event (along with artist Jason Metcalf) at a local comic shop in Ellenburg, WA called Central City Comics! To get into the spirit of the day, in addition to the free comics that will be on hand, the owner has said they are going to have lots of $1 comics and $10 trade collections available to buy. On top of that, they will be holding a canned food drive for F.I.S.H ( which stands for Friends In Service to Humanity). It's a local food bank, which helps those in need. To sweeten the pot of giving, for every can of food you donate to the cause, you will get a ticket to be entered into a raffle drawing for some awesome prizes, such as a complete set of Lantern color rings from "The Blackest Night" event, as well as gift certificates, and a chance to win an awesome original art jam piece, featuring Iron Man vs. War Machine, which was created by Jason Metcalf and Randy Kintz specifically for this event (I'll have a scan of the image for you all tomorrow, so make sure to come back). There will also be an exclusive print of it available, as well.

As for Sequential Treasures, well, we'll have all our original art on hand to sell (with some discounted prices on some things), as well as Randy Kintz doing sketches, selling his large array of prints, and autographing copies of his hit mini-series Drone. All of this will going on from 12pm to 60 pm (PST). So, if you are going to be in Ellensburg on Saturday, makes sure to stop by and check out all the good times to be had there. You can get the full details and address info from right here.

Also, our own Ben Hansen will be doing a sketch and autographing event for his local shop Docking Bay 93, in Bellingham , WA, as well. So, if you can't make one event, you have another chance to see some of Sequential Treasures talent in person. You can get the info on this event from this website.

Well, that's it for now. Be sure to come back tomorrow to check out the awesome Iron Man vs. War Machine jam piece, which will be raffled away to one lucky winner this Saturday. Until tomorrow, peace out!


The latest art batch from Richard Moore! Huzzah!

Hello again, my art loving friends and fiends. It is once again time to give you all the lowdown on some great new art made for sale, from the talented minds of Sequential Treasures artistic roster. Today, we have the newest batch of art goodness from Richard Moore.

In this update, we have a couple of complete short stories from Richard's adult themed TPB collection called "Horny Tails"! First off is a tale titled "The Return of Frankenstein," in which you'll see old Frankie and his wife like you never have before. Trust me on this. Then we have a mature tale featuring the characters from Far West, in a story called "Tasty Pretty", where Meg shows us just how bad ass she can be. Both there stories are NSFW, so be sure you can view them without getting in trouble.

As if that weren't enough, we also have the complete pages to Far West: Bad Mojo #2, from the mini-series that came out through Antarctic Press last year (one of which is shown right here). All of these pages are in pencil form only, but that just allows you to marvel at the exquisite amount of detail Richard Moore puts into his work. His pencils are so tight and polished, that you'd almost think to ink them is a crime!

In all, we have 35 new pages of art from Richard, that are now available for purchase and can become YOUR pages. So, what are you waiting for? An invitation? Consider it given and check out all the great new stuff and place your order promptly.

I have to say, I'm very gratified that the new schedule system we've worked out with Richard is going along so smoothly. It makes getting mail a lot more fun, as I can hardly wait to see what he'll be sending me next. I hope all of you have been enjoying the benefits of this, too.

That's all for now. I'll be back soon, though, as Free Comic Book Day is nearly upon us and I have cooked up some plans for the event. But, I'll tell you more about that next time. Until then, peace out!


New art from Randy Kintz and Matt Haley for sale!

Hey there, my art loving adherents! Things continue to chug right along here at Sequential Treasures HQ, as we move through the spring of 2010! As flowers and tree being to bloom and bring a new sense of life, it seems only right that we continue that trend and bring you some new art for sale. This time we got the double whammy of Matt Haley and Randy Kintz for all of you!

As Matt continues his "spring cleaning" efforts, we have almost 20 new pages of art for sale, featuring a few pages from issue 8 of the Dark Horse series titled simply "X". This was from a story guest-starring Ghost. See if you can find her in the pages up for grabs. On top of that, we have 15 pages from JSA Classified #26, featuring the scrapper of that super-team, Wildcat! These are priced extremely reasonably, as they are meant to move out quickly.

Then, from Randy Kintz, we have a handful of very cool (and sexy) pin-ups. In this batch we have the likes of Venom, Storm, the Gotham City Sirens (shown here), the female version of Loki and a tribute piece of Witchie Boo (a creation of Randy's artistic brother, Pat Carlucci, who passed away very recently). So, head on over to the gallery and check out the new stuff (and maybe make a purchase with that big, fat tax refund you just got).

Lastly, I wanted to just drop a note of thanks to the couple of you who bought a piece of art from my personal collection. It was greatly appreciated, as it certainly helped get me through my little money crunch much easier. Of course, most of those pieces are still for sale, so if you've been holding off, you still have time to snatch them up for yourself.

That's all for now, folks. I'll be back soon with more news and, hopefully, an art update by Richard Moore (that is, if our new scheduling system continues to work like it should). Until then, peace out!


When the going gets tough....

Hey, Sequential Treasures fiends! I'm back, but not to talk about any new projects of appearances by ST or her artists. No, today I have something else to talk about.

You know I've made no secret of the fact that while I love hitting the con circuit and meeting some of you out there, that the expenses of doing so never seem to be off-set by the in-take from such ventures. Well, as a result, it seems I'm in a bit of a "cash crunch" here. Now, normally, I'd not want to burden you with such things, but this is something that could have a drastic effect on my ability to keep Sequential Treasures running at full-throttle, as I have been trying to do.

As always, it is sales that are necessary to change things. However, since it isn't fair of me to heap this onto our very awesome artistic stable of talent, I can't ask them to put up their art to help close this gap. So, I'm biting the bullet and offering up to you, our loyal minions, a few choice pieces from my own personal collection. Tough times calls for tough measures, or so they say. So, please, check out what I've put up for sale to you all. We have original pages, from names like John Buscema, Herb Trimpe (shown here), Dick Dillin, Don Heck, and Dave Cockrum, as well as a few sexy pin up pieces featuring the White Queen, the Black Queen and Ms. Marvel. So, as you can see, there is some really nice stuff up for grabs. If you see something you like, shoot me an offer. I think you'll find I'm pretty fair-minded on such things. Or, of course, you can just place an order for some of the great art our artists currently have available at our art gallery.

Well, that's all for now. I want to send an advanced note of thanks to any of you who will help me out in this difficult time. I hope to be back soon with more news and info of a much more positive nature. Until then, peace out!


Change of plans.....

Sorry, folks, but due to circumstances beyond my control (mainly the weather), I'll be unable to go to the Comic Evolution in-store signing tomorrow. Of course, it's probably all for the best, as I'm pretty sure I'd not have made any money there anyhow. Have a good one, anyway.