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Old 03-16-2011, 04:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Two (2) Boxes Star Wards Galaxy 6 - ADAM HUGHES COLOR AUTO/ART

More to come later, including scans, but from what I Can see, it's the only one I can locate -- all the rest are "black and white".

Anyone have any additional information on his numbers for this set?

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Old 03-16-2011, 07:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I think I saw a color Luke from Adam Hughes as well as an A. Secura color so far. And the rest as you said appear to be black and white. The art director for this set mentioned that all artists did a similar amount with no real SP's so I think it is <50 but maybe someone else can confirm this. Please scan the Hughes if you have time. I would love to check it out. Great pull.
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Old 03-16-2011, 07:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'll get to it tonight.

Been getting a LOT of offers on it so far. The Scoundrel Art Community has information on most of the artists; i.e., what they've done -- but on Adam. Based on the artist submissions (confirmed by the artists), theres no way that they're equal!

For reference -- again, everything provided by the artists:

Scoundrel Art Community :: View topic - Artist List


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The artist list is covering what the artists have stated that they did for the regular sketches as well as retail ones.

All artists did about 40 total sketchagraphs which is what you have. Typical breakdown had each artist dong 2 Mark Hamill, 3 Carrie Fisher and 5 of each of the other 7 signers.
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So what character is the card of?

I think each artist did the same # of Sketchagraphs, including Adam.
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I'm not particularly concerned with the gross number of Sketchagraphs he did, only how many color ones -- perhaps one per character?

It is a very sharp looking Darth Maul!

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I'm not particularly concerned with the gross number of Sketchagraphs he did, only how many color ones -- perhaps one per character?

It is a very sharp looking Darth Maul!

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Don't know what you've done with this so far, but I'd say to put it on Ebay with a ridiculous BIN (with offers) ASAP. This product is drying up fast, meaning any and all Hughes sketches will probably surface at some point. If any other full color ones pop up, the value on yours may go down a bit. Be the first to list, they usually do the best!
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Don't know what you've done with this so far, but I'd say to put it on Ebay with a ridiculous BIN (with offers) ASAP. This product is drying up fast, meaning any and all Hughes sketches will probably surface at some point. If any other full color ones pop up, the value on yours may go down a bit. Be the first to list, they usually do the best!

I TOOK YOUR ADVICE! Not entirely insane though, I did a lot of research, and it might actually be extremely under-priced.

Star Wars Galaxy 6 * COLOR* Sketchagraph - ADAM HUGHES
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Ok I have to ask. Whats the big deal with this sketch. Normally you can look at the sketches and tell which are crap and which are good. To me this seems like nothing exciting aside from being a sketchagraph. When I got lucky with and Indiana Jones and pulled a Sean Pence I could tell immediately it was something special and at the time I have never heard of him. Just curious. Thanks
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First off, from what I can tell, this seems to be the first time he's done star wars sketches for topps galaxy.

He didn't have any posted/listed for G5 - or any done on the official checklist, so this would be the first time he's done any like this. Please someone correct me if I'm wrong.


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From Wiki:

Adam Hughes (born May 5, 1967) is an American comic book artist who has worked for companies such as DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Lucasfilm, Warner Bros. Pictures, Playboy magazine, Joss Whedon's Mutant Enemy Productions and Sideshow Collectibles.

He has a HUGE Resume across the table, which can be unusual for artists:

DC
Justice League of America (vol. 2) #31-35, 37-40, 43-44, 45 (4 pages), #51 (1989–91)
Legionnaires #7, 9 (full art); #10, 12 (along with Chris Sprouse) (1993–94)
Superman/Genął #1-3 (writer only) (2000)
Team Titans #1 (1992)
Titans Sell-out Special (3 pages) (1992)
WildC.A.T.s/X-Men: The Modern Age (1997)
Wildstorm Thunderbook (writer/artist) (2000)
Superman/Batman #75 (2-page spread of Supergirl and Batgirl) (2010)
Genął: Ordinary Heroes #1-2 (1996, also writer and cover art) (Image Comics)
Savage Dragon: Sex & Violence #1-2 (1997, layouts only) (Image Comics)

Marvel
Sensational She-Hulk #50 (2 pages) (1993)
X-Men (vol. 2) Annual #1 (among other artists) (1992)

Other publishers
Blood of Dracula #4-5, 7-11 (1988–89) (Apple Comics)
Comics Greatest World: Ghost (1993)
Dark Horse Presents #50 (1991, also writer) (Dark Horse)
Death Hawk #1 (1988) (Transfuzion Publishing)
Dreaming #55 (2 pages) (2000)
Eagle #9-12 (1987)
Ghost #1-3 (1995)
Many Worlds of Tesla Strong (5 pages) (2003) (America's Best Comics)
Maze Agency #1-5, 8-9, 12; Annual #1 (1988–90) (Comico Comics)
Nexus, Vol. 2, #57 (1989) (First Comics)
Pat Savage: the Woman of Bronze - Family Blood Special (1992)
Penthouse Comix #1-5 (1994–95)
Solution #5 (1994)
Star Rangers #2-3 (1987)
Star Trek: Debt of Honor (1992)
Warriors #1-3 (1987–88)
Wizard #94 (1999) (Wizard)

Covers only
DC
Catwoman (vol. 2) #43-82 (2005–08)
DC Comics Presents (Julius Schwartz tribute):
Batman (2004)
Superman (2004)
JSA: Classified #1-2 (2005)
Aquaman (2002)
Batman (2001)
Catwoman (2002)
Flash (2002)
Green Lantern (2001)
JLA (2002)
Rose and Thorn (miniseries) #1-6 (2004)
Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #139-146, 150-161, 164-174, 176-178, 184-197 (1998–2003)

Marvel
X-Men Classic #71-79 (1992)

Other publishers
Gate Crasher TPB (Wizard Entertainment)
Ghost one-shot (Dark Horse)
Star Wars: Purge (Dark Horse)
Star Wars: Legacy #1-7 (Dark Horse)
Tomb Raider #18, 32-34,42-50 (Image)
Vampirella #1-3 (Harris Comics)
Voodoo #2-4 (Image)
Wizard #83, 94, 129, 162
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Ok I have to ask. Whats the big deal with this sketch. Normally you can look at the sketches and tell which are crap and which are good. To me this seems like nothing exciting aside from being a sketchagraph. When I got lucky with and Indiana Jones and pulled a Sean Pence I could tell immediately it was something special and at the time I have never heard of him. Just curious. Thanks
Adam Hughes is a huge name in the comic world and artist world.
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Adam Hughes is a huge name in the comic world and artist world.
Precisely. He is one of the biggest artists right now.


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