Scott Pilgrim art is selling fast…and relatively cheap

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We noted the other day that a new art dealer—Felix Comic Art— was offering rarely seen pages from Bryan Lee O’ Malley’s Scott Pilgrim books. Well, the sale is now live and as you can see the pages are flying off the site.

Priced from about $200-500 I would have to say these are a bargain. And while it’s a shame they don’t have any lettering, there are still some fairly iconic pages available. (The above one is still available for $500 as I write this.) Seriously, if I had some spare money I would invest in this. Scott Pilgrim is already a cult book and film, but depending on how Seconds, O’Malley’s follow-up GN due this summer does, he’ll either be the next comics superstar or…merely the author of the zeitgeist comic of the Aughts.

PS: I am told that O’Malley is still on great terms with his previous art dealer, The Beguiling. This is just a matter of making the art available to a wider audience than the more localized store.

Comments

  1. majorjoe23 says:

    I put in a request/hold/whatever for a page. O’Malley is one of the few artists I don’t have in my sketchbook that I really want (the others are Miller, Mignola and Allred), but a page for $200 would be amazing.

    Plus, it’s the rare piece of comic art that might wife would enjoy having up outside of my office.

  2. Robert Kramer says:

    No lettering, and blacks not filled in… just like the greats of decades past! Grunt.

  3. Thanks for the update, Heidi!

    A couple of notes:

    – Price range was from $100-$800. And yes, we knew the prices were low, relative to both the secondary market (eBay) as well as his previous outlet. Bryan wanted to get the art into the hands of fans. I believe we succeeded. Orders have come in from all over the world. The vast majority were for single pages, so the art has truly been spread out evenly.

    – As of this morning, 98 out of 102 pages listed have been sold or claimed. I’m a longtime collector and I’ve never seen anything like this.

    – If anyone is interested in the next SCOTT PILGRIM sale, please sign up for my mailing list and/or follow me on Twitter (@FelixComicArt) to get the heads-up.

    Thanks again…now back to packing!

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