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The fee for a John Romita Jr. 11 x 17 sketch is $200 per item and includes:

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated 11 x 17 sketch (submitter can request image drawn)
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

Can the sketch be a full figure or just a head sketch?

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4 minutes ago, s-man said:

The fee for a John Romita Jr. 11 x 17 sketch is $200 per item and includes:

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated 11 x 17 sketch (submitter can request image drawn)
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

Can the sketch be a full figure or just a head sketch?

I'd imagine but not sure. Isn't 11X17 kind of huge?

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2 minutes ago, s-man said:

Yes, that's why I'm asking.  Really don't want a huge head sketch!

Yes lol We live enough of our lives on zoom! haha, like it if you get it ha, it's a thinker or i'm just tired :tonofbricks: 

That's what makes sense is a full figure and some background, it's almost the size of OA, so I'm not sure or didn't know that they "encapsulated" that size; I thought it was more the size of a backing board idk, and do you have to supply the 11X17 paper? I didn't read it fully yet....

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1 minute ago, ADAMANTIUM said:

Yes lol We live enough of our lives on zoom! haha, like it if you get it ha, it's a thinker or i'm just tired :tonofbricks: 

That's what makes sense is a full figure and some background, it's almost the size of OA, so I'm not sure or didn't know that they "encapsulated" that size; I thought it was more the size of a backing board idk, and do you have to supply the 11X17 paper? I didn't read it fully yet....

Zoom...nice analogy! lol

I read through it and nothing about who supplies the paper or what kind of sketch.

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1 minute ago, s-man said:

Zoom...nice analogy! lol

I read through it and nothing about who supplies the paper or what kind of sketch.

True and it mentions emailing them to discuss, so presumably it isn't in a "drop down menu" idk for sure on that.

but 

if that be the case, could be it's a limited offering and the email is how they're controlling how many and what all it entails... (shrug)

give it a go! :foryou: 

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CGC Welcomes Sara Frazetta for an Exclusive In-House Private Signing Event!

Posted on 5/15/2021

 

The creator of Frazetta Girls joins the CGC signer lineup!

 

 

CGC is thrilled to announce an exclusive In-House Private Signing event with Sara Frazetta, granddaughter of Frank Frazetta, one of the most popular fantasy illustrators of the late-20th century who is often referred to as the “Godfather” of fantasy art. Frazetta has continued her grandfather's legacy as the CEO and co-founder of Frazetta Girls, LLC, which licenses Frank Frazetta’s artworks. In addition, Sara recently helped her mother, Holly Frazetta, re-open the Frazetta Art Museum in Boca Grande, Florida dedicated to her grandfather’s works.

 

Sara Frazetta is the mastermind behind Frazetta Girls, a platform that showcases, sells and creates merchandise of all kinds while exhibiting Frank Frazetta’s art at various comic conventions. Frank Frazetta was an extremely talented fantasy and science fiction artist, noted for comic books, paintings, posters and other media. He was inducted into the comic book industry’s Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame and the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in addition to receiving a Life Achievement Award from the World Fantasy Convention.

 

The Frazetta Girls have gained a large social media presence while promoting and displaying their online store and lifestyle brand through in-house merchandising. Frazetta has reinvented and created a modern online world where she has been able to honor her grandfather’s work while showcasing her passion for the arts.

 

“We are so excited to host Sara Frazetta at our headquarters for this special signing! I am a huge fan of Frank Frazetta’s work, and we cannot wait to share this signing with collectors,” commented Brittany McManus, CGC Signature Series Director. “Sara has made major contributions in the art world and has become an influential figure through multiple social media platforms. We are honored to feature her!”

 

For this exclusive event, ALL CGC members, including free CGC members, can submit books directly to CGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. CGC must receive all submissions for this event by Friday, June 4 2021.

 

If the CGC In-house Private Signing needs to be rescheduled, CGC will securely store all submissions in its vault until the event can be rescheduled.

 

After Sara Frazetta signs the submitted books, CGC will grade and encapsulate them with an estimated turnaround time of six weeks. If CCS pressing is also requested, the turnaround time is estimated at eight weeks. After grading and encapsulation, the collectibles will be shipped back to their owners.

 

The CGC In-House Private Signing fee for Sara Frazetta is $65 per item and includes:

 

Sara Frazetta’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

Submission Instructions

 

For this CGC In-House Private Signing event, you can ship submissions directly to CGC with a FREE membership. Paid memberships are also available and include additional benefits. For more information and to join, visit CGCcomics.com/join.

 

To submit books for the signing:

 

Log onto your account or sign up for an account HERE.

Click Submit in the CGC website navigation and select Submission Forms.

Next to Comics / Magazines, select Online Form.

Select Comic or Magazine from the drop-down menu, then select Private Signing and one of the following from the dropdown menu section:

SARA FRAZETTA, PRIVATE SIGNING.

Under Services, select Grading and, if you would like it, Pressing. Then hit Next in the top right section of the form.

Enter the information requested for your comic, and make sure to check the box next to SARA FRAZETTA under Private Signing Details.

On the next screen, you can add one of CGC’s custom Marvel labels to your submission for qualifying books.

Select Add to Cart, and then repeat if there are additional books in your submission. If there are no additional books in your submission, click on the cart icon and proceed to checkout.

Note: If you want to submit magazines, please group them together on their own private signing form separate from comic submissions. The same rule applies for any custom labels. Please group them together on their own private signing form separate from non-custom labels. To see the available labels, click HERE .

Put ALL ungraded books in window bags or they will not be accepted. You can purchase window bags HERE .

Books that are already certified by CGC, including CGC Signature Series books, can be submitted for this event. CGC will remove a CGC-certified book from its holder for an additional $5 fee.

Carefully package books in a box for shipment. If you need a CGC shipping kit, they can be purchased HERE .

IMPORTANT: Please write SF on all sides of the box.

Books will be received into CGC’s system when they arrive and will be safely stored by CGC until the event. (Please note: Payments are processed as they normally are at the time of the collectibles’ arrival at CGC.)

Once books are signed, they will start an expedited CGC grading process.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

All submissions must be received by CGC no later than Friday, June 4, 2021, to qualify for this In-house Private Signing event. No change requests will be accepted after Friday, June 4, 2021.

 

Membership credits cannot be applied to CGC In-House Private Signings.

 

*No Multi-Sigs included with other signings.

 

**If you submit a CGC-graded collectible that needs to be removed from its original holder by CGC, the collectible will need to go through the certification and encapsulation process again, and there is no guarantee that it will receive the same grade.

 

 

 

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CGC Announces a Dual Private Signing with Comic Pros, Andrew Kubert and Brian Azzarello!

Posted on 5/18/2021

 

Calling all Wolverine and Batman Fans!

 

 

CGC is excited to announce a special dual signing event with Andrew Kubert and Brian Azzarello! Brian Azzarello has been writing comics professionally since the 1990s and recently began writing for the relaunched Wonder Woman series. Andrew Kubert has written and illustrated major projects including Marvel Comics X-Men titles.

 

Kubert will also be offering his iconic Remarques for purchase. Remarques will be limited to the first 50 submitters. These are only offered on a first- come, first-served basis, so get your books ready fans — available spots will go fast! See the full details below.

 

 

Best known for his work for Beware The Batman, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, and Wolverine: Origin, Kubert has been in the comic world since he was 12 years old, when he started as a letterer for DC Comics. Creativity runs in Kubert’s family of comic book creators: His father Joe Kubert is the founder of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, and his brother Adam Kubert is a notable comic book artist.

 

Kubert later became a regular penciller on X-Men vol. 2 and has not slowed down since, as he continues to illustrate other covers such as Batman: Cacophony, Ultimate Iron Man, Blackest Night issues of Green Lantern, and much more. The talented illustrator and writer has continued to work on several Marvel and DC Comics’ issues including Action Comics, The Incredible Hulk, Ultimate X-Men, and Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine.

 

Comic book writer and screenwriter, Brian Azzarello is best known for his crime series, 100 Bullets, which was published by DC Comics’ and won the Eisner Award. His original graphic novel, Filthy Rich, was one of the two titles that launched the Vertigo Crime line. In addition, he designed the First Wave, a new fictional universe for DC Comics, and was announced as the co-writer of an eight-issue second sequel to The Dark Knight Returns. Azzarello has also written major titles such as Spaceman, Batman: Broken City, Superman: For Tomorrow and Joker to name a few.

 

“We are so thrilled to be hosting legendary creator, Andrew Kubert, and iconic comic book writer, Brian Azzarello, for this special dual signing!” exclaimed Brittany McManus, CGC’s Signature Series Director. “Kubert and Azzarello have worked on some of the biggest titles and have been influential figures in the comic industry for years. We are so honored to be able to make this signing happen!”

 

For this exclusive event, ALL CGC members, including free CGC members, can submit books directly to CGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. CGC must receive all submissions for this event by Monday, July 5, 2021.

 

If the CGC Private Signing needs to be rescheduled, CGC will securely store all submissions in its vault until the event can be rescheduled.

 

After Andrew Kubert and Brian Azzarello sign the submitted books, CGC will grade and encapsulate them with an estimated turnaround time of six weeks. If CCS pressing is also requested, the turnaround time is estimated at eight weeks. After grading and encapsulation, the collectibles will be shipped back to their owners.

 

The CGC Private Signing fee for Brian Azzarello is $85 per item and includes:

 

Brian Azzarello’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The CGC Private Signing fee for Andrew Kubert is $85 per item and includes:

 

Andrew Kubert’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The fee for Andrew Kubert Remarque is $310 per item and includes:

 

Andrew Kubert’s illustrated Remarque

Andrew Kubert’s Signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

ONLY 50 Remarques available on a first-come, first-served basis. When the option is no longer visible on the online form, all spots have been taken.

The Private Signing fee for Andrew Kubert and Brian Azzarello is $120 per item and includes:

 

Andrew Kubert’s signature

Brian Azzarello’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

Submission Instructions

 

For this CGC Private Signing event, you can ship submissions directly to CGC with a FREE membership. Paid memberships are also available and include additional benefits. For more information and to join, visit CGCcomics.com/join.

 

To submit books for the signing:

 

Log onto your account or sign up for an account HERE.

Click Submit in the CGC website navigation and select Submission Forms.

Next to Comics / Magazines, select Online Form.

Select Comic or Magazine from the drop-down menu, then select Private Signing and one of the following from the dropdown menu section:

ANDREW KUBERT, PRIVATE SIGNING; BRIAN AZZARELLO, PRIVATE SIGNING; KUBERT, REMARQUE; KUBERT & AZZARELLO, DUAL SIGNING.

Under Services, select Grading and, if you would like it, Pressing. Then hit Next in the top right section of the form.

Enter the information requested for your comic, and make sure to check the box next to KUBERT & AZZARELLO under Private Signing Details.

On the next screen, you can add one of CGC’s custom Marvel labels to your submission for qualifying books.

Select Add to Cart, and then repeat if there are additional books in your submission. If there are no additional books in your submission, click on the cart icon and proceed to checkout.

Note: If you want to submit magazines, please group them together on their own private signing form separate from comic submissions. The same rule applies for any custom labels. Please group them together on their own private signing form separate from non-custom labels. To see the available labels, click HERE.

Put ALL ungraded books in window bags or they will not be accepted. You can purchase window bags HERE.

Books that are already certified by CGC, including CGC Signature Series books, can be submitted for this event. CGC will remove a CGC-certified book from its holder for an additional $5 fee.

Carefully package books in a box for shipment. If you need a CGC shipping kit, they can be purchased HERE.

IMPORTANT: Please write AK/BA on all sides of the box.

Books will be received into CGC’s system when they arrive and will be safely stored by CGC until the event. (Please note: Payments are processed as they normally are at the time of the collectibles’ arrival at CGC.)

Once books are signed, they will start an expedited CGC grading process.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

All submissions must be received by CGC no later than Monday, July 5, 2021, to qualify for this private signing event. No change requests will be accepted after Monday, July 5, 2021.

 

Membership credits cannot be applied to CGC Private Signings.

 

*No Multi-Sigs included with other signings.

 

**If you submit a CGC-graded collectible that needs to be removed from its original holder by CGC, the collectible will need to go through the certification and encapsulation process again, and there is no guarantee that it will receive the same grade.

 

 

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First CGC In-House Private Signing with Nick Spencer, Acclaimed Comic Book Writer

Posted on 5/20/2021

 

CGC announces its first ever In-House Private Signing with Nick Spencer!

 

 

CGC is thrilled to share with fans that Nick Spencer will be joining us for an exciting In-House Private Signing! Best known for his creator-owned titles at Image Comics, Spencer is an acclaimed writer who has worked on titles such as Morning Glories, Thief of Thieves, The Fix and much more.

 

In 2016, Spencer became the writer of the ongoing series Captain America: Steve Rogers, while also writing the miniseries Secret Empire. In addition, Spencer has also worked on a relaunched Amazing Spider-Man series and Ultimate Marvel.

 

Spencer took over as the writer of Supergirl for DC Comics and has also written titles such as Action Comics and T.H.U.N.D.E.R Agents. Meanwhile, he worked on Superior Foes of Spider-Man, Avengers World and Ant-Man for Marvel Comics. Spencer wrote Iron Man 2.0, a War Machine ongoing series for Marvel Comics which made its big debut in February 2021.

 

“Nick Spencer has contributed an astounding amount of notable work to the comic book community, and we are so pumped to be able to share and commemorate his talent with fans during this signing,” shared Brittany McManus, CGC Signature Series Director. “We are so honored to be able to host such an amazing writer and to add him to the CGC In-House Private Signing lineup. We are certain that fans will be just as excited as we are for this signing.”

 

For this exclusive event, ALL CGC members, including free CGC members, can submit books directly to CGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. CGC must receive all submissions for this event by Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

 

If the CGC In-House Private Signing needs to be rescheduled, CGC will securely store all submissions in its vault until the event can be rescheduled.

 

After Spencer signs the submitted books, CGC will grade and encapsulate them with an estimated turnaround time of six weeks. If CCS pressing is also requested, the turnaround time is estimated at eight weeks. After grading and encapsulation, the collectibles will be shipped back to their owners.

 

The CGC In-House Private Signing fee for Nick Spencer is $70 per item and includes:

 

Nick Spencer’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

Submission Instructions

 

For this CGC In-House Private Signing event, you can ship submissions directly to CGC with a FREE membership. Paid memberships are also available and include additional benefits. For more information and to join, visit CGCcomics.com/join.

 

To submit books for the signing:

 

Log onto your account or sign up for an account HERE.

Click Submit in the CGC website navigation and select Submission Forms.

Next to Comics / Magazines, select Online Form.

Select Comic or Magazine from the drop-down menu, then select Private Signing and one of the following from the dropdown menu section:

NICK SPENCER, IN-HOUSE SIGNING from the dropdown menu in that section.

Under Services, select Grading and, if you would like it, Pressing. Then hit Next in the top right section of the form.

Enter the information requested for your comic, and make sure to check the box next to NICK SPENCER under Private Signing Details.

On the next screen, you can add one of CGC’s custom Marvel labels to your submission for qualifying books.

Select Add to Cart, and then repeat if there are additional books in your submission. If there are no additional books in your submission, click on the cart icon and proceed to checkout.

Note: If you want to submit magazines, please group them together on their own private signing form separate from comic submissions. The same rule applies for any custom labels. Please group them together on their own private signing form separate from non-custom labels. To see the available labels, click HERE .

Put ALL ungraded books in window bags or they will not be accepted. You can purchase window bags HERE .

Books that are already certified by CGC, including CGC Signature Series books, can be submitted for this event. CGC will remove a CGC-certified book from its holder for an additional $5 fee.

Carefully package books in a box for shipment. If you need a CGC shipping kit, they can be purchased HERE .

IMPORTANT: Please write NS on all sides of the box.

Books will be received into CGC’s system when they arrive and will be safely stored by CGC until the event. (Please note: Payments are processed as they normally are at the time of the collectibles’ arrival at CGC.)

Once books are signed, they will start an expedited CGC grading process.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

All submissions must be received by CGC no later than Wednesday, June 30, 2021, to qualify for this In-House Private Signing event. No change requests will be accepted after Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

 

Membership credits cannot be applied to CGC In-House Private Signings.

 

*No Multi-Sigs included with other signings.

 

**If you submit a CGC-graded collectible that needs to be removed from its original holder by CGC, the collectible will need to go through the certification and encapsulation process again, and there is no guarantee that it will receive the same grade.

 

 

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Get Ready for a Duo CGC In-House Private Signing Opportunity with All-time Great, John Romita Jr. and Super Inker, Scott Hanna 

Posted on 5/13/2021

Plus, don't miss out on your opportunity to get an 11 x 17 sketch by John Romita Jr. and inked by Scott Hanna!

 

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CGC is thrilled to welcome one of comics’ most distinguished artists, John Romita Jr., and the super-talented, Scott Hanna, to a duo In-House Private Signing. Fans, get ready because Romita Jr. and Hanna are also offering their highly collectible Remarques and 11 x 17 sketches by Romita Jr. with an option for inking by Hanna in addition to their signatures! Check out all the details below.

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Examples of John Romita's 11 x 17 sketch with and without inking by Scott Hanna.

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Romita Jr. is known for bringing bold ideas and visuals all while reshaping comics into worlds full of grit, thundering battlegrounds and emotional real-life situations. His career began in the early 1970s at the young age of 13 when he brought Marvel Comics the character of Prowler, which was used in The Amazing Spider-Man #78. After that, his successes almost seem never-ending, but he is well known for his run on Iron Man with the introduction of many supporting characters like Tony Stark’s bodyguard-girlfriend Bethany Gabe and rival industrialist Justin Hammer. There’s also Daredevil where he helped develop the nemesis Typhoid Mary. Romita Jr. has also worked on titles such as Uncanny X-Men, Thor, Incredible Hulk, Wolverine, Black Panther and is considered one of the premier Spider-Man artists.  

Hanna has been a top comic book inker and penciler for over 30 years and is acclaimed for his highly adaptable inking work and finishes that enhance every book he touches —no matter the artistic style. During his long, successful career, Hanna has inked some of the greatest titles in the comic book industry, including a five-year run with DC’s Detective Comics starring Batman, 21 issues of Green Lantern Corps, as well as titles like Knightfall, KnightQuest and KnightsEnd. At Marvel, he has inked top character stories like the Hulk, X-Men, Iron Man, Daredevil, Thor, Wolverine and 15 years of inking Spider-Man. Hanna’s run with Spider-Man brought him to working with Romita Jr., starting with Spider-Man #73. Beyond Spider-Man titles, Hanna and Romita Jr. have worked together on Avengers vs. X-Men and Captain America. 

“We’re really excited to offer another opportunity for fans to not only get one signature or Remarque but two from two incredible artists,” said Brittany McManus, CGC Signature Series Director. “John and Scott have worked together on a number of books, so it will be awesome to see what comes in!” 

Fans can submit books individually for Romita Jr. or Hanna for separate signatures and/or Remarques, or there is the option to have them both sign and/or Remarque a book.

For Romita Jr. and Hanna’s CGC In-House Private Signing, both free and paid CGC members can submit collectibles directly to CGC headquarters in Florida. CGC will coordinate with Romita Jr. and Hanna for the collectibles to be signed in early September.  

If the CGC In-House Private Signing needs to be rescheduled due to travel restrictions, CGC will securely store all submissions in its vault until the event can be rescheduled.  

After Romita Jr. and Hanna sign the collectibles, CGC will grade them with expedited turnaround times of six weeks for grading or eight weeks for grading and pressing. Collectibles are then shipped back to their owners.  

John Romita Jr.’s CGC In-House Private Signing fee of $75 per item includes:  

  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Expedited turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading  
  • Expedited turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

Scott Hanna’s CGC In-House Private Signing fee of $75 per item includes:  

  • Scott Hanna’s signature  
  • Expedited turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading  
  • Expedited turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label 

John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna’s CGC In-House Private Duo Signing fee of $100 per item includes:  

  • John Romita Jr. AND Scott Hanna’s signature  
  • Expedited turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading  
  • Expedited turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label 

The fee for a John Romita Jr. Remarque is $125 per item and includes:   

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated Remarque (submitter can request image drawn)  
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Expedited turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading  
  • Expedited turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

The fee for a Scott Hanna Remarque is $105 per item and includes:   

  • Scott Hanna’s illustrated Remarque (submitter can request image drawn)  
  • Scott Hanna’s signature  
  • Expedited turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading  
  • Expedited turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

The fee for a John Romita Jr. AND Scott Hanna Remarque is $170 per item and includes: 

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated Remarque (submitter can request image drawn)
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature
  • Scott Hanna’s illustrated Remarque (submitter can request image drawn)  
  • Scott Hanna’s signature  
  • Expedited turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading  
  • Expedited turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

The fee for a John Romita Jr. 11 x 17 sketch is $200 per item and includes:

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated 11 x 17 sketch (submitter can request image drawn)
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

The fee for a John Romita Jr. 11 x 17 sketch inked by Scott Hanna is $325 per item and includes:

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated 11 x 17 sketch (submitter can request image drawn)
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Inking by Scott Hanna
  • Scott Hanna’s signature
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

Please contact the Signature Series department if you would like to order one of these sketches for the John Romita Jr. & Scott Hanna Signing: SignatureSeries@cgccomics.com

CGC must receive all submissions for this event at its Florida headquarters by Friday, August 14, 2020.  

Submission Instructions  

For this CGC In-House Private Signing event, you can ship submissions directly to CGC with a FREE membership. Paid memberships are also available and include additional benefits. For more information and to join, visit CGCcomics.com/join.  

To submit books for the signing:  

  • Log into your account or sign up for an account HERE.  
  • Click Submit in the CGC website navigation and select Submission Forms.  
  • Next to Comics / Magazines, select Online Form.  
  • Select Comic or Magazine from the drop-down menu, then select Private Signing and JOHN ROMITA JR,IN-HOUSE SIGNING, ROMITA & HANNA, IN-HOUSE SIGNING, JOHN ROMITA JR, REMARQUE, SCOTT HANNA, REMARQUE, or ROMITA JR & HANNA, REMARQUE from the dropdown menu in that section. 
  • Under Services, select Grading and, if you would like it, Pressing. Then hit Next in the top right section of the form.  
  • Enter the information requested for your comic, and make sure to check the box next to JOHN ROMITA JR & SCOTT HANNA under Private Signing Details.  
  • On the next screen, you can add one of CGC’s custom Marvel labels to your submission for qualifying books.  
  • Select Add to Cart, and then repeat if there are additional books in your submission. If there are no additional books in your submission, click on the cart icon and proceed to checkout.  
  • Note: If you want to submit magazines, please group them together on their own private signing form separate from comic submissions. The same rule applies for any custom labels. Please group them together on their own private signing form separate from non-custom labels. To see the available labels, click HERE.  
  • Put ALL ungraded books in window bags or they will not be accepted.  
  • Books that are already certified by CGC, including CGC Signature Series books, can be submitted for this event. CGC will remove a CGC-certified book from its holder an additional $5 fee.  
  • Carefully package books in a box for shipment. If you need a CGC shipping kit, they can be purchased HERE.  
  • Please write JR/SH on all sides of the box.  
  • Books will be received into CGC’s system when they arrive and will be safely stored by CGC until the event. (Please note: Payments are processed as they normally are at the time of the collectibles’ arrival at CGC.)  
  • Once books are signed, they will start an expedited CGC grading process.  

PLEASE NOTE:  

All submissions must be received by CGC no later than Friday, August 14, 2020, to qualify for this private signing event. No change requests will be accepted after Friday, August 14, 2020.  

Membership credits cannot be applied to CGC In-House Private Signings.

*No Multi-Sigs included with other signings.


 

 

 

 

Thanks man i would have missed the opportunité of a sketch by jrjr and hanna if it werent for you,i contacted cgc for details,be awsome if its not just a head they draw!(thumbsu

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On 5/13/2021 at 3:54 PM, s-man said:

The fee for a John Romita Jr. 11 x 17 sketch is $200 per item and includes:

  • John Romita Jr.’s illustrated 11 x 17 sketch (submitter can request image drawn)
  • John Romita Jr.’s signature  
  • Encapsulation with CGC’s iconic yellow Signature Series label  

Can the sketch be a full figure or just a head sketch?

I ordered mine unfortunately its head only.i ordered a daredevil and a blackheart since he co created blackhearth 

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CGC Hosts In-House Private Signing Event with Creative Duo Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti

Posted on 5/25/2021

 

CGC presents a comic industry super-duo signing!

 

 

CGC is thrilled to host Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti for their second In-House Private Signing event! The powerhouse duo behind Harley Quinn will be offering their signatures and a limited number of Remarques for purchase. Get the full details on all of the submission options below.

 

 

Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Remarque examples

Conner and Palmiotti are the co-founders of PaperFilms, and they are currently working on a variety of projects including a number of popular kickstarter campaigns. Some of Conner and Palmiotti’s other popular titles include Daredevil and Punisher from Marvel Knights, Powergirl, Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman.

 

Conner has drawn for many of the top titles in comics, such as Harley Quinn, Lois Lane, Codename: Knockout and Birds of Prey for DC Comics, as well as X-Men Unlimited for Marvel and Gatecrasher for Blackbull Comics, which she co-created. Amanda also worked on The Pro, an Eisner-nominated creator-owned book for Image Comics with Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis. Recently, she drew the highly successful Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre series with Eisner-winning creator Darwyn Cooke.

 

Conner’s work can also be seen outside the comic book community, in places such as ABC’s Nightline, The New York Times, MAD magazine, Arm & Hammer, Playschool and Nickelodeon. She has also done monthly spot illustrations for Revolver magazine and has enjoyed a huge success with the DC Comics title Harley Quinn with Jimmy Palmiotti. She continuously produces cover work for Marvel Comics, DC Comics and an assortment of independent titles.

 

Palmiotti is a Brooklyn-born, multi-award-winning character creator with a wide range of experience in advertising, production, consulting, editorial, screenwriting, development, media presentation and video game development. Just a few of his clients include Nike, Nickelodeon, Universal Pictures, Disney, Marvel, Warner Brothers, DreamWorks, Lionsgate, Vidmark, Starz, Fox, Alliance Films, New Line Cinema, Spike TV, MTV, 2kgames, Midway, Radical Games, Activision and THQ.

 

Palmiotti is the co-founder of such companies as Event Comics, Black Bull Media, Marvel Knights (a division of Marvel Comics) and PaperFilms, his current project where he partners with Amanda Conner. Palmiotti is well known for writing Harley Quinn, Jonah Hex, Countdown, Deadpool, Punisher, Painkiller Jane and numerous creator-owned titles.

 

“We are so excited for this super-duo to return to CGC headquarters for this amazing In-House Private Signing event!” exclaimed Brittany McManus, CGC Signature Series Director. “The CGC Signature Series team had such a blast while working with this pair in the past, and we cannot wait to reunite and see all of the amazing submissions for this signing.”

 

For this exclusive event, ALL CGC members, including free CGC members, can submit books directly to CGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. CGC must receive all submissions for this event by Monday, June 28, 2021.

 

If the CGC In-House Private Signing needs to be rescheduled, CGC will securely store all submissions in its vault until the event can be rescheduled.

 

Books can be submitted for only Conner’s signature or for only Palmiotti’s signature, or books can be submitted for both signatures! After Conner and Palmiotti sign the submitted books, CGC will grade and encapsulate them with an estimated turnaround time of six weeks. If CCS pressing is also requested, the turnaround time is estimated at eight weeks. After grading and encapsulation, the collectibles will be shipped back to their owners.

 

The CGC In-House Private Signing fee for Amanda Conner is $70 per item and includes:

 

Amanda Conner’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The CGC In-House Private Signing fee for Jimmy Palmiotti is $70 per item and includes:

 

Jimmy Palmiotti’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The CGC In-House Private Signing fee for Conner’s signature and Palmiotti’s signature is $90 per item and includes:

 

Amanda Conner’s signature

Jimmy Palmiotti’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The fee for an Amanda Conner Remarque is $160 per item and includes:

 

Amanda Conner’s illustrated Remarque. Submitters may request the image drawn; however, the final design and subject matter of the Remarque are at the artist’s discretion. Important: CGC cannot guarantee Remarque requests. Remarques are limited to the first 20 submitters.

Amanda Conner’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The fee for a Jimmy Palmiotti Remarque is $135 per item and includes:

 

Jimmy Palmiotti’s illustrated Remarque. Submitters may request the image drawn; however, the final design and subject matter of the Remarque are at the artist’s discretion. Important: CGC cannot guarantee Remarque requests. Remarques are limited to the first 30 submitters.

Jimmy Palmiotti’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The fee for a Conner Remarque and Palmiotti Remarque is $310 per item and includes:

 

Amanda Conner’s illustrated Remarque and Jimmy Palmiotti’s illustrated Remarque. Submitters may request the images drawn; however, the final design and subject matter of the Remarques are at the artists’ discretion. Important: CGC cannot guarantee Remarque requests. Dual Remarques are limited to the first 10 submitters. 

Amanda Conner’s signature and Jimmy Palmiotti’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

Submission Instructions

 

For this CGC In-House Private Signing event, you can ship submissions directly to CGC with a FREE membership. Paid memberships are also available and include additional benefits. For more information and to join, visit CGCcomics.com/join.

 

To submit books for the signing:

 

Log onto your account or sign up for an account HERE.

Click Submit in the CGC website navigation and select Submission Forms.

Next to Comics / Magazines, select Online Form.

Select Comic or Magazine from the drop-down menu, then select Private Signing and AMANDA CONNER, PRIVATE SIGNING; JIMMY PALMIOTTI, PRIVATE SIGNING; CONNER & PALMIOTTI, PRIVATE SIGNING; AMANDA CONNER, REMARQUE; JIMMY PALMIOTTI, REMARQUE; CONNER & PALMIOTTI, REMARQUE from the dropdown menu in that section.

Under Services, select Grading and, if you would like it, Pressing. Then hit Next in the top right section of the form.

Enter the information requested for your comic, and make sure to check the box next to CONNER & PALMIOTTI under Private Signing Details.

On the next screen, you can add one of CGC’s custom Marvel labels to your submission for qualifying books.

Select Add to Cart, and then repeat if there are additional books in your submission. If there are no additional books in your submission, click on the cart icon and proceed to checkout.

Note: If you want to submit magazines, please group them together on their own private signing form separate from comic submissions. The same rule applies for any custom labels. Please group them together on their own private signing form separate from non-custom labels. To see the available labels, click HERE .

Put ALL ungraded books in window bags or they will not be accepted. You can purchase window bags HERE .

Books that are already certified by CGC, including CGC Signature Series books, can be submitted for this event. CGC will remove a CGC-certified book from its holder for an additional $5 fee.

Carefully package books in a box for shipment. If you need a CGC shipping kit, they can be purchased HERE .

IMPORTANT: Please write AC/JP on all sides of the box.

Books will be received into CGC’s system when they arrive and will be safely stored by CGC until the event. (Please note: Payments are processed as they normally are at the time of the collectibles’ arrival at CGC.)

Once books are signed, they will start an expedited CGC grading process.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

All submissions must be received by CGC no later than Monday, June 28, 2021, to qualify for this In-House Private Signing event. No change requests will be accepted after Monday, June 28, 2021.

 

Membership credits cannot be applied to CGC In-House Private Signings.

 

*No Multi-Sigs included with other signings.

 

**If you submit a CGC-graded collectible that needs to be removed from its original holder by CGC, the collectible will need to go through the certification and encapsulation process again, and there is no guarantee that it will receive the same grade.

 

 

 

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Okay so I just finished my submission form for the Romita jr signing and noticed that the book has to be in a window bag to be accepted and I don’t have any window bags and by the point they arrive to where I am it will be probably to late so I thought I’d ask here if anyone knows if I could pay for the window bags and have Cgc rebag it when it arrives or if that’s not possible another alternative if anyone has any ideas that’d be great thank you 

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14 minutes ago, Tghutcn said:

Okay so I just finished my submission form for the Romita jr signing and noticed that the book has to be in a window bag to be accepted and I don’t have any window bags and by the point they arrive to where I am it will be probably to late so I thought I’d ask here if anyone knows if I could pay for the window bags and have Cgc rebag it when it arrives or if that’s not possible another alternative if anyone has any ideas that’d be great thank you 

Put the comic in the bag with the board

Tape off where you want the signature

Take comic out of the bag and board

Use scissors or a knife or razor or box cutter to then cut out the window from the bag

Then replace the board in th bag, cause the board might have scuffs from the blade cutting the plastic and you dont want that next to the comic

Insert comic with ne board into the then cut bag

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CGC Hosts Walt and Louise Simonson For an Exciting Dual In-House Private Signing

Posted on 5/27/2021

 

CGC announces an In-House Private Signing with dynamic duo Walt and Louise Simonson!

 

 

CGC is excited to announce an In-House Private Signing event with one of the comic book industry’s most beloved couples, Walt and Louise Simonson. The two have earned a place in the comic book hall of fame, working on some of the biggest titles in the comic world. Walt wrote and illustrated the definitive run of Thor before moving on to several other characters, while Louise helped guide the X-Men franchise and wrote New Mutants along with X-Factor.

 

In addition to signing, Walt also will be offering a limited amount of Remarques for purchase. See pricing information and details below.

 

 

Walt Simonson is an American comic book writer and artist, best known for the creator-owned work Star Slammers. He also has worked on other Marvel titles such as X-Factor and Fantastic Four. For DC Comics, he has worked on titles such as Detective Comics, Manhunter and Metal Man. In addition, Walt also has worked on The Avengers and Indestructible Hulk for Marvel and a graphic novel, The Judas Coin, for DC Comics.

 

Louise Simonson is a comic book writer and editor, best known for her work on comic book titles such as Power Pack, New Mutants, Superman: The Man of Steel, and Steel. In addition, she also has co-created many comic characters such as Cable, Rictor, Doomsday, and the X-Men villain, Apocalypse. Walt and Louise Simonson co-wrote the Havok and Wolverine: Meltdown limited series.

 

“We are so thrilled to be given the opportunity to host this CGC In-House Private Signing with two of the comic world's most influential contributors,” said Brittany McManus, CGC Signature Series Director. “Walt Simonson will also be offering a limited number of Remarques that fans are going to love, so be sure to submit as soon as possible. You do not want to miss this!”

 

For this exclusive event, ALL CGC members, including free CGC members, can submit books directly to CGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. CGC must receive all submissions for this event by Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

 

If the CGC In-House Private Signing needs to be rescheduled, CGC will securely store all submissions in its vault until the event can be rescheduled.

 

After Walt and Louise sign the submitted books, CGC will grade and encapsulate them with an estimated turnaround time of six weeks. If CCS pressing is also requested, the turnaround time is estimated at eight weeks. After grading and encapsulation, the collectibles will be shipped back to their owners.

 

The CGC Private Signing fee for Walt Simonson is $75 per item and includes:

 

Walt Simonson's signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The CGC Private Signing fee for Louise Simonson is $75 per item and includes:

 

Louise Simonson's signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The CGC Private Signing fee for a Walt and Louise Simonson duo signature is $100 per item and includes

 

Walt Simonson's signature

Louise Simonson’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

The Private Signing fee for a Walt Simonson Remarque is $105 per item and includes:

 

Walt Simonson Remarque. The submitter may request the desired Remarque. Important: The final design and subject matter of the Remarque is at the artist’s discretion. CGC cannot guarantee Remarque requests. Remarques are limited to the first 50 submitters.

Walt Simonson’s signature

Estimated turnaround time of six weeks for CGC grading

Estimated turnaround time of eight weeks for CGC grading and CCS pressing (an additional $20 fee applies for CCS pressing)

Encapsulation with the iconic yellow CGC Signature Series label

Submission Instructions

 

For this CGC In-House Private Signing event, you can ship submissions directly to CGC with a FREE membership. Paid memberships are also available and include additional benefits. For more information and to join, visit CGCcomics.com/join.

 

To submit books for the signing:

 

Log onto your account or sign up for an account HERE.

Click Submit in the CGC website navigation and select Submission Forms.

Next to Comics / Magazines, select Online Form.

Select Comic or Magazine from the drop-down menu, then select Private Signing and one of the following from the dropdown menu section:

WALT SIMONSON, PRIVATE SIGNING; LOUISE SIMONSON, PRIVATE SIGNING; WALT AND LOUISE SIMONSON PRIVATE SIGNING; WALT AND LOUISE REMARQUE.

Under Services, select Grading and, if you would like it, Pressing. Then hit Next in the top right section of the form.

Enter the information requested for your comic, and make sure to check the box next to WALT SIMONSON or LOUISE SIMONSON under Private Signing Details.

On the next screen, you can add one of CGC’s custom Marvel labels to your submission for qualifying books.

Select Add to Cart, and then repeat if there are additional books in your submission. If there are no additional books in your submission, click on the cart icon and proceed to checkout.

Note: If you want to submit magazines, please group them together on their own private signing form separate from comic submissions. The same rule applies for any custom labels. Please group them together on their own private signing form separate from non-custom labels. To see the available labels, click HERE .

Put ALL ungraded books in window bags or they will not be accepted. You can purchase window bags HERE .

Books that are already certified by CGC, including CGC Signature Series books, can be submitted for this event. CGC will remove a CGC-certified book from its holder for an additional $5 fee.

Carefully package books in a box for shipment. If you need a CGC shipping kit, they can be purchased HERE .

IMPORTANT: Please write WS/LS on all sides of the outside of the box.

Books will be received into CGC’s system when they arrive and will be safely stored by CGC until the event. (Please note: Payments are processed as they normally are at the time of the collectibles’ arrival at CGC.)

Once books are signed, they will start an expedited CGC grading process.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

All submissions must be received by CGC no later than Wednesday, June 30, 2021, to qualify for this private signing event. No change requests will be accepted after Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

 

Membership credits cannot be applied to CGC Private Signings.

 

*No Multi-Sigs included with other signings.

 

**If you submit a CGC-graded collectible that needs to be removed from its original holder by CGC, the collectible will need to go through the certification and encapsulation process again, and there is no guarantee that it will receive the same grade.

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