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Tom Whalen To Illustrate Variants Across IDW's July Titles

Illustrator Tom Whalen has completed a dozen variant covers to run on various IDW Publishing titles in the month of July. Whalen, an admitted comic book fan, has risen to popularity for his poster work and illustrations for Marvel, Target, and the Beatles.

Comic Books

Spider-Man Pins

Where are the pin collectors?  Spider fans will enjoy this Mondo Spider-Verse pin set by Tom Whalen.  The set includes:  Spider-Man (1960s), Ultimate Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Spider-Gwen and Spidey Sense. 8 more words

Collectibles

Mondo's Spider-Verse Poster by DKNG is On Sale for 72 Hours

Spider-Man is one of the greats. Period. The character debuted in 1962 and is as popular now as he’s ever been – if not more. With such a storied history, … 384 more words

Comics

Tom Whalen Announces Mystery Tube Sale

After 7 years of creating screen printed posters, Tom Whalen is finally doing his first mystery tube sale! $50 (+ shipping) will get you three 18×24 screen printed posters plus a bonus mini-print. 129 more words

Art / Posters

Cyclops Print Works To Release Moana Print By Tom Whalen & The Princess And The Frog Print By Josh Holtsclaw On January 20, 2017

Cyclops Print Works first release of 2017 will be the third batch of limited-edition serigraphs from their recent An Art Tribute to the Disney Films of Ron Clements & John Musker gallery show, which was presented by Cyclops Print Works, Disney Fine Art, Gallery Nucleus, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and Oh My Disney. 181 more words

Art / Posters

Maybe It's Time To Invest In The Alternative Movie Poster Business

Illustrator Tom Whalen talks about art, movies, and the niche collecting community of alternative movie posters.

Check out more of Tom’s work at http://www.strongstuff.net/

Art / Posters

Robert Walser: Girlfriends, Ghosts, and Other Stories

A new short story collection from NYRB celebrates what is enigmatic about everyday minutiae

Feuilleton. Traditionally, a ‘feuilleton’ is a portion at the bottom of a French newspaper that is kept free for light literature, criticism, and commentary. 489 more words

Literature