Aspen Comics To Offer A Second Special Fathom Holiday 2012 Print by Mike DeBalfo and Peter Steigerwald
On the heels of selling out both the color and sketch versions of their Aspen Holiday 2012 mini-print quicker than expected, Aspen is pleased to offer one more free Aspen Holiday mini print for purchases as well as a full-size print available for sale this December to satisfy demand. With a brand new piece of art by Soulfire’s Mike DeBalfo and colored by Peter Steigerwald, this rare Aspen Holiday image features Fathom’s popular leading lady, Aspen Matthews decked out for the season.
Starting December 1st, all orders over $50 on the AspenStore.com will receive this free Aspen Holiday 2012 mini-print with a limited print run of 150 editions, and all orders over $150 will receive a special sketch-version edition with a limited quantity of 50 editions. Aspen strongly encourages customers to make their purchases early to ensure they receive their prints with order while supplies last.
Debuting December 10th, the full-size edition of the Aspen Holiday 2012 print will be available for sale on the Aspenstore and will be limited to 150 editions. For more information on the Aspen Holiday 2012 print please check www.aspenstore.com or www.aspencomics.com.
Originally Published at Reading Graphic Novels http://readinggraphicnovels.blogspot.com/2012/11/pr-aspen-holiday-prints-on-sale.html
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