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San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive #67: IDW Publishing David Mazzucchelli’s Daredevil Born Again Artist’s Edition Limited Edition Variant

David Mazzucchelli’s Daredevil Born Again Artist’s Edition Limited Edition Variant COMIC-CON PICK-UP ONLY

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$200.00

Quick Overview

This item is ONLY available for pick-up at San Diego Comic Con 2012. Limit 2 per customer. Any duplicate orders beyond 2 copies will be cancelled & refunded.
This special limited edition of the DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN ARTIST’S EDITION HC is signed & numbered by artist David Mazzucchelli. Strictly limited to 250 copies, the limited edition also features a deluxe slipcase and a new variant cover image.
IDW proudly presents DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI’S DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN: ARTIST’S EDITION, collecting all seven issues of the Born Again saga in its entirety. Considered by many to be the definitive Daredevil story, written by Frank Miller and drawn by David Mazzucchelli, this epic tale represents two unparalleled creators at the peak of their story-telling powers.
Each page has been personally scanned by David Mazzucchelli from his own original art at the same size he drew it, and in color (to insure the best possible reproduction). This Artist’s Edition measures 12 x 17 inches and is an extra-long 200 pages. Each book is shipped in a custom cardboard box for maximum protection. Available in June,
Brought to you by the same team responsible for the Eisner Award-winning Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer: The Artist’s Edition, as well as Wally Wood’s EC Stories: Artist’s Edition.
WHAT IS AN ARTIST’S EDITION?

AN ARTIST’S EDITION PRESENTS COMPLETE STORIES WITH EACH PAGE SCANNED FROM THE ACTUAL ORIGINAL ART.
While appearing to be in black and white, each page was scanned in color to mimic as closely as possible the experience of viewing the actual original art—for instance, corrections, blue pencils, paste-overs, all the little nuances that make original art unique. Each page is printed the same size as drawn, and the paper selected is as close as possible to the original art board.

George Lucas bans David Prowse, actor who portrayed Darth Vader on screen, from all Star Wars events

By Nick Klopsis
DAILY NEWS WRITER

Saturday, July 17th 2010, 10:28 AM

The force is not with David Prowse.

The actor – known among Star Wars fans as the man who portrayed Darth Vader in the original trilogy – has been banned from attending official fan conventions and cast reunions after reportedly “annoying” director George Lucas.

While James Earl Jones is credited with supplying the Sith Lord’s baritone voice, Prowse was the man behind the mask in the first three Star Wars movies.

According to his website, Prowse has been banned from “Lucas Film associated events,” and that “After enquiring, the only thing I have been told is that I have ‘burnt too many bridges between Lucas Film and myself’ – no other reason given.”

The ban appears to be the latest blow in a long-running feud between Lucas and Prowse. Prowse had been promised to be both seen and heard at the end of the trilogy when Vader’s mask is removed, The Sun reports. However, Lucas used a different actor instead, upsetting Prowse.

In addition, the 75-year-old Prowse claims Lucas accused him of leaking Vader’s death before the release of “Return of the Jedi.” He also claims he did not receive his fair share of the box office revenue for the final film.

“Dave never received much money for his role and was always shoved to the side,” a friend told The Sun. “He believes he’s been an embarrassment or annoying to Lucas.

“But he lives for conventions. So to strip this from him, too, is heartbreaking.”