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!