Comic Creator Autographs
I got some recent updates to this list and I always want to keep it as current as possible. As usual, we’re not really going to discuss the pros and cons of comic professionals charging for autographs. There’s plenty of other forums for that. We’re just going to acknowledge the reality of modern convention economics. This is a little something to help you know what to expect when you go to a con so you don’t get blindsided. A lot of artists don’t have autograph charges clearly displayed and frequently con websites either don’t have this information or are asked not to display it. Here’s my current list – in sort-of alphabetical order. It’s not exhaustive by any means, things may change next month or next year. We’ll update and repost from time to time.
Amanda Conner – free for 5 books, $2 after, $5 for CGC.
Alex Saviuk – $5
Arvell Jones – $5
Brett Breeding -$5
Brian Azzarello – $5, except for graded items and Batman:Damned
Bob Camp – $30
Bob Wiacek – $2 (He might make you a deal for multiple issues)
Bob Hall – free for the first issue, or if you purchase a something from the table, otherwise $5
Bob Layton- $5 for CGC graded signings, otherwise free
Bob Mcloud – one for free, then $5
Bob Budiansky – first six free, $2 each after
Bill Sienkiewicz – two for free, then $3, $10 for CGC
Charles Soule – $10 CGC grading signings
David Finch – 2 free, then $5
Edgar Delgado – $5 CGC grading signings
Fabian Nicieza – $10 Deadpool/X-Force related
Fiona Staples – $20 CGC grading signings (otherwise free)
Graham Nolan recently started charging, but not sure how much.
Gerry Conway – $5
Greg Horn – $20 GameStop variants (otherwise free)
George Perez – Free, but he has a ticketing system so get to his table first thing after the show opens or you’ll be stuck in line for HOURS waiting for a spot to open up. Alternatively, if you can deal with not MEETING him, you can buy a print and he’ll sign that and a couple books in between sketches and stuff.
Humberto Ramos – $10-$20
J. O’Barr – $5
Jae Lee- $5
John Romita Jr – three for free, then $2. $10 for CGC grading.
Jose Delbo – $5
Joe Rubinstein – $2 ($50 for Wolverine)
Jimmy Palmiotti – free for 5 books, $2 after, $5 for CGC.
J Scott Campbell $10
John Cassandry $10
John Beatty – $3
Jim Sternako charges $20 per item last I checked – and that includes items and prints BOUGHT FROM HIS TABLE. Also, do not ask for a photo with him.
Keith Pollard – $5
Kevin Eastman – first is free, $20 after that (He also doodles on the items!)
Klaus Janson– $20 CGC grading signings
Len Wein – $5, $20 CGC grading signings, $25 for Hulk 181, Giant Size X-Men #1 or House of Secrets #92.
Larry Hama will sign two items for free and charges after that.
Matteo Scalera – $20 CGC grading signings
Mike Zeck – $5
Marv Wolfman – one free (I’ve heard elsewhere it’s two for free, but in his last interview he said one), $5.00 after that
Mark Texeria- $5 per book (with free head sketch)
Mitch Gerads – 2 free, then $5
Mike Grell – $5
Neal Adams – $30
Pat Brodrick – $3
Ron Frenz -$3
Rob Liefeld – $25-$50
Rags Morales – $5
Tony Isabella first one free, after that $3. (There’s certain issues that DC broke it’s agreement with him on, don’t bring those)
Whilce Portacio – $10-$20
Victor Olazaba – $10
Tip Jar – pay what you want
Some of these are for causes like the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund or Heroes Inititive. Others are just personal. I urge you, respect the tip jar. (It’s so much better than autograph fees)
Denny O’Neil (Heros alliace tip jar)
Brian Michael Bendis (Be prepared to wait a long time in line)
Fred Van Lente (assuming you can catch him. He dosent do to many shows these days)
April 3, 2019 | Categories: autographs, autogrpahs, Uncategorized | Tags: Alex Saviuk, Amanda Conner, Ande Parks, Argo City Comics, Arvell Jones, Barry Kitson, Ben Templesmith, Bill Anderson, Bill Sienkiewicz, Bill Willingham, Bob Budiansky, Bob Camp, Bob Layton, Bob Wiacek, Brendan Fletcher, Brett Breeding, Brian Azzarello, Brian Michael Bendis, Cameron Stewart, Cary Nord, Chad Townsend, Charles Soule, Charlie Adlard, Chip Zdarsky, Chris Yambar, Christos Gage, Comic Book Convention, Comic Con | Tags: Aaron Lopresti, Dan Brereton, Darryl Banks, Dave Gibbons, David Finch, Denny O'Neil, Edgar Delgado, Emanuela Lupacchino, Erik Larsen, Evan Dorkin, Fabian Nicieza, Fiona Staples, Frank Cho, Fred Van Lente, Gail Simone, Gene Ha, Gerhard, Gerry Conway, Graham Nolan, Greg Horn, Howard Chankyn, Humberto Ramos, Ivan Reis, j Scott Campbell, Jae Lee, Jason Aaron, Jason Latour, Jenny Frison, Jerry Duggan, Jim Shooter, Jim Sternako, Jim Zub, Jimmy Palmiotti, Joe Rubinstein, John Beatty, John Cassandry, John Romita Jr, Jon Bogdanove, Jonathan Hickman, Jose Delbo, Joshua Williamson, Judd Winick, Karl Story, Keith Pollard, Kelley Jones, Kevin Eastman, Kevin Maguire, Klaus Janson, Kyle Higgins, Larry Hama, Len Wein, Louise Simonson, Marc Sumerick, Marguerite Bennett, Mark Texeria, Mark Waid, Marv Wolfman, Matt Fraction, Matteo Scalera, Mike Barr, Mike Grell, Mike Gustov, Mike Hawthorne, Mike McKone, Mike Norton, Mike Okamoto, Mike Zeck, Mitch Gerads, Neal Adams, Nick Bradshaw, Nick Dragotta, P.Craig Russell, Pat Brodrick, Peter David, Phil Hester, Phil Noto, Ramon Villalobos, Rick Remender, Rob Liefeld, Ron Fortier, Scott Snyder, Skottie Young, Stefano Gaudiano, Stephen Sharar, Steve Leialoha, Steve Mannion, Thom Zahler, Tim Seeley, Tony Isabella, Victor Olazaba, Whilce Portacio | 2 Comments
Every Wednesday and Friday