Andy Mangels Needs To Sell Prize George Perez JLA Artwork posted 4 minutes agoJul 5, 2009 11:02 AM by vu sleeper
Rob Remembers Justice League of America Index #1 - April 1986
Andy Mangels Needs To Sell Prize George Perez JLA Artwork
Submitted by Rich Johnston on July 4, 2009 – 3:36 am
Award winning comics and sci-fi writer Andy Mangels is in dire
financial straits right now, a combination of healthcare bills, and
rent issues. He writes
Due to the economic situation, I am forced to sell my
two most prized George Perez art pieces. It’s killing me, as I have
immense sentimental attachment to them (not only do I archive George’s
work, but these were my payment for my first professional comic job,
20+ years ago), but circumstances dictate they must be sold, and
These are the covers to the JLA Indexes #1-2 (1986), featuring
between them the entire line-up of the JLA to the mid-1980s satellite
It’s rare that Perez JLA covers come up, and even rarer that you get all of the major characters like this.
Art is in flawless condition and stored in mylar, and is nearly full-bleed with minor logo room. No personalized inscription.
Cover 1, close up of top, close up of bottom
Cover 2, close up of top, close up of bottom
* These will ONLY be sold as a set.
* Please make a “final offer” bid. I’m looking in the $12-14K range or higher. In better times, it would be MUCH higher.
* Payment can be made by bank transfer or Paypal.
* If necessary, payment plan can be done over a five month period in up
to three equal payment installments. Art will not be shipped until
payment is completed.
* I’m only taking offers over the next few days, so respond quickly. Please contact me here.
You heard the man…
13 August 2008, 6:38AM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA INDEX #1 (1983)
Justice League of America Index #1 - April 1986
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
we move on to seeing the new, all-new, all-badass Despero kick the
JLA's butt, we need to take a moment to talk about another JLA series
that started around this time.
Eclipse Comics, via their
Independent Comics Group imprint, started producing a whole series of
indexes for long-running DC titles, like All-Star Comics, Doom Patrol, Hawkman, and Justice League of America.
As a kid obsessed
with every bit of JLA minutiae I could get my hands on, seeing this
first issue on the stands was like manna from heaven--as a kid (heck,
even now) I think enjoying talking about a comic, a TV show, or a movie
almost as much as the thing itself. And as if to ratchet up the
excitement even more, its got a George Perez cover! Yes!
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