NYComics Presents - The Masters Signing Part II
This is your opportunity to have books signed by Stan Lee, John Romita Sr., Gene Colan and Joe Simon!
CGC is proud to announce that one of their esteemed Signature Series facilitators has put together The Masters Part II. What is The Masters Part II? Well it is your chance to get your favorite comic books signed by some of your favorite hard-to-find creators.
Master artist Gene Colan has drawn iconic comic characters such as Iron Man, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, Captain America, Dracula and many, many more. Gene’s artistic career officially started in 1944, drawing Wings Comics for Fiction House, before going on to draw for both Marvel and DC. Gene enjoyed and is well known for is his long runs on the Marvel title Tomb of Dracula with writer Marv Wolfman. Gene is probably best recognized by his fellow writers and artists for his ability to draw art in pencils that could be colored without inking.
John Romita Sr.
John’s first credited comic book art was his pencil-and-ink work on the six-page story “The Bradshaw Boys” in Western Outlaws #1, published in 1954 by Marvel Comics. John later went on to take over the art duties of Amazing Spider-Man, which ran for five years, and he became known for his clean “soap operatic” style of illustrating. After being promoted to the position of art director for Marvel, John was involved in many of the new characters being developed by Marvel, including the Punisher and Wolverine.
Joe Simon is best known as the creator of American icon Captain America. Joe has worked on every genre of comics, ranging from superheroes, crime, western and horror stories. His career began in 1932 at the Rochester Journal American before going on to work for both Marvel and DC. When Joe teamed up with another legend, Jack Kirby, the two superstars of comics were soon at the top of the comic industry.
...and the man who needs no introduction, the famous Stan Lee, will also be at this event signing books.
What is so unique about this event? Well you will not find all of these gentlemen at the same convention anytime soon. On top of that, your comic books will be well taken care of and these signings will take place in controlled, private environments. All of these signings will happen around the end of January and the good news is that you can get all of these signatures while only paying one grading fee! If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail Sean at NYComics@gmail.com and please visit www.NYComics.us for submission forms and further details. Do not miss this chance to get your classic or modern comic books signed by these Masters!