I’m only recently getting into Ostrander’s legendary run on Spectre, but I remember back in the 90’s always seeing those amazing covers that Tom Mandrake was creating. I love that I got a couple of these signed at NEO Comicon
I’ve always been a fan of Jim Shooter, and love the Valient universe he created. (I got Bob Hall on this one too!)
Sternako is one of the legendary Shadow artists. I got him before his autograph price suddenly tripled.
I’ve met J.R. Bookwalter several tims n the con circuit, not to mention at the actual screening of Robot Ninja. He’s a great producer of trashy horror and an amazing repository of filmmaking in the lat 80’s/early 90’s.
Every week, I’m a regular listener to Joe and Adam on the movie Crypt and this poster, when I saw it in Adam’s store, was just too cool to pass up, signed by both of them (and Adam’s dog Arwin!).
I actually really enjoyed Brian Canini‘s “The Big Year” – a diary indie comic I picked up at an indie festival.
He was there when Marvel was still Timely
To this day, I think Routh’s Superman is underrated, but he took everything that made him appealing as Clark Kent and rolled them even more effectively into his performance as The Atom!
Mike Zeck’s art on the Punisher is one of my definitives. But it was also instantly recognizable on the Batman mini “10 Nights of the Beast”
Denny O’Neil is the legendary editor of Batman in the 80’s and 90’s. But more importantly, he was the writer of the Shadow at DC in the 70’s!
Jae Lee was one of the biggest artists of the 90’s and I was so thrilled that he did some Shadow work- I had to get him on this issue of Masks!
I’m all about the Green Hornet. Loved meeting Hester.
That’s right, the little boy from the Shining starts off a poster for me!
Jackey Neyman Jones is the last survivor of the making of Manos! She signed her memoir for me.
I know that’s a confusing poster, but it’s a fascinating piece by Superman artist Jon Bogdanove
One of the great Spider-Man artist, and an incredibly nice guy too.
While I’ve focused mainly on my Hellraiser poster for autographs, over the years, I’ve acquired a few individual items over the years.
Wilde was giving these out as she signed my poster – trying to promote her book.
The Green Hornet has some great talent working on it since the Dynamite relaunch…
I’ve got a thing for Spider-Ham so it was one of my great joys to meet his creator, Tom DeFalco
If you’re a fan of the Lost Boys, You’ve heard his music! It’s one of the great horror fil soundtracks.