As someone who collected trading cards when I was a kid -- way back in the 1960s, when you could get cards of The Beatles, The Outer Limits or Gomer Pyle, it's a real kick to have created the art for an entire set (two sets, really!), and to see it presented in the traditional "wax pack" manner. Now if only each pack contained a crumbling stick of dusty pink bubble gum....
Blog of cartoonist Terry Beatty. Terry's credits include THE BATMAN STRIKES, MS. TREE and SCARY MONSTERS magazine. Recent work includes THE ADVENTURES OF UNEMPLOYED MAN, RETURN TO PERDITION and King Features' THE PHANTOM. This blog is devoted to his work and whatever pop culture imagery he finds of interest. Visit his website at www.terrybeatty.com
Monday, November 23, 2009
Urban Legends and SHOCK STORIES trading cards
At long last, I have my comp box of the URBAN LEGENDS and SHOCK STORIES trading card sets I drew for Monsterwax! This project was a long time in the making, and it's a treat to see it finally on the market. I spent this afternoon sorting through the cards, assembling my sets by opening the packs contained in the box. Each box contains a complete basic 50 card set of both SHOCK and UL -- as well as 3D subset cards and various extras. I even got two of my own sketchcards back! The original B&W line art art was also returned -- and I'll be offering up the majority of the originals for sale -- including the paintings for the wrappers. Contact me for details on that if you're interested.
Posted by Terry Beatty at 11/23/2009 04:27:00 PM
Labels: 3D, EC Comics, Horror comics, trading cards, urban legends
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