Speculator Watch: Black Mask Exclusives For San Diego Comic Con

Black Mask Studios – especially whatever Matthew Rosenberg has planned – have a habit of selling out instantly, then being flipped on eBay for massive profits,

I can't see that it will be any different this year. The only real difference is that they kept things very close to their chest for San Diego Comic-Con.

Until now.

Below is a list of the Black Mask exclusives for SDCC which will only be available at the Black Mask table in Small Press- K11.

TheForeveres-01_SDCCexclusive

THE FOREVERS #1 SDCC exclusive sneak peak.
writer Curt Pires
artist Eric Pfeiffer
letterer Colin Bell
limited to 66

TomorrowsAshes-01_SDCCexclusive

TOMORROW'S ASHES #1 SDCC exclusive sneak peak.
art by Anna Wieszczyk
written by Matteo Pizzolo
letterer Jim Campbell
limited to 66

Note: this cover was inspired by an article called "V For V****a" about Apple censoring the word Vagina on iBooks in the title of Naomi Wolf's book "Vagina: A New Biography."

YoungTerrorists-02-SDCCexclusive

YOUNG TERRORISTS #2 SDCC exclusive sneak peak.
art by Amancay Nahuelpan
written by Matteo Pizzolo
letterer David Hopkins
limited to 99

Bank_Blueprints

4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK SDCC Mystery Set.
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limited to 50

In addition to comics, posters, and shirts, the following creators will be stopping by and signing at the Black Mask Comics table throughout the weekend. – Claudia Aguirre (Kim & Kim), Vita Ayala (Our Work Fills The Pews), Tyler Boss (4 Kids Walk Into A Bank)Eva Cabrera (Kim & Kim), Patrick Kindlon (We Can Never Go Home), Patrick Meaney (Last Born), Mark L. Miller (Pirouette)Adam Egypt Mortimer (Ballistic), Matt Pizzolo (Young Terrorists / Godkiller), Katy Rex (Jade Street Protection Services), Darick Robertson (BallisticMatthew Rosenberg (We Can Never Go Home / 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank)Mags Visaggio (Kim & Kim), and Eric Zawadski (Last Born / The Dregs).

About Rich Johnston

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