Artwork

Here at World of Superheroes we love our Top 5's but we have chosen 3 of our favourite Avengers pieces currently available in our store for anyone looking for a unique gift for Marvel fans.

1. Avengers #1. Original slabbed comic.
The one that started it all.  


2. Avengers King Size Special 2 Box Canvas signed by Stan Lee.
     Iconic cover featuring the New Avengers vs the Old Avengers.


3. Avenging the Wronged. Original art by Robert Bailey.
Awesome cinematic pencil drawing featuring the Avengers big three, Thor, Iron Man and Captain America.

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Here at World of Superheroes we love our Top 5's but we have chosen 3 of our favourite Avengers pieces currently available in our store for anyone looking for a unique gift for Marvel fans.

1. Avengers #1. Original slabbed comic.
The one that started it all.  


2. Avengers King Size Special 2 Box Canvas signed by Stan Lee.
     Iconic cover featuring the New Avengers vs the Old Avengers.


3. Avenging the Wronged. Original art by Robert Bailey.
Awesome cinematic pencil drawing featuring the Avengers big three, Thor, Iron Man and Captain America.

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Here at World of Superheroes, we love our Top 5's but we have chosen 3 of our favourite Wonder Woman pieces currently available in our store for anyone looking for a unique gift for Wonder Woman fans.

1: Wonder Woman by Darrel “CUPS” O’Riley.
Original acrylic art. Guaranteed to brighten up any dreary winters day.


2: Linda Carter is Wonder Woman by Mute.
Original acrylic on canvas. Big, bold and beautiful.


3. Wonder Woman Supreme by Robert Bailey.
Original art of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

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Here at World of Superheroes, we love our Top 5's but we have chosen 3 of our favourite Wonder Woman pieces currently available in our store for anyone looking for a unique gift for Wonder Woman fans.

1: Wonder Woman by Darrel “CUPS” O’Riley.
Original acrylic art. Guaranteed to brighten up any dreary winters day.


2: Linda Carter is Wonder Woman by Mute.
Original acrylic on canvas. Big, bold and beautiful.


3. Wonder Woman Supreme by Robert Bailey.
Original art of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

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As we were hanging MUTE's original pop art canvas of Superman/Clark Kent in our new World of Superheroes HQ, it dawned on us that even though Superman The Movie was such a seminal event, we had a dearth of memorabilia relating to the film. It was after all the film that made us “believe a man could fly”.

Although Tim Burtons 1989 Batman film broke box office records, it was surely the 1978 Superman film starring Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder that paved the way for the superhero domination of the media that we see today. So we went in search of Super stuff and our old friend Robert Bailey came up trumps again, creating 8 wonderful pencil sketches of classic scenes from the movie. These signed framed pieces now sit proudly in our archive and our feelings of deprivation have been assuaged.

Everyone in the office has their favourite. Mine: 'Superman and Lois in New York' (Although I think Robert should have called the city Metropolis). It shows Superman stood behind Lois on the balcony of her apartment,  about to lift her into their maiden flight together. Classic, powerful and romantic.

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As we were hanging MUTE's original pop art canvas of Superman/Clark Kent in our new World of Superheroes HQ, it dawned on us that even though Superman The Movie was such a seminal event, we had a dearth of memorabilia relating to the film. It was after all the film that made us “believe a man could fly”.

Although Tim Burtons 1989 Batman film broke box office records, it was surely the 1978 Superman film starring Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder that paved the way for the superhero domination of the media that we see today. So we went in search of Super stuff and our old friend Robert Bailey came up trumps again, creating 8 wonderful pencil sketches of classic scenes from the movie. These signed framed pieces now sit proudly in our archive and our feelings of deprivation have been assuaged.

Everyone in the office has their favourite. Mine: 'Superman and Lois in New York' (Although I think Robert should have called the city Metropolis). It shows Superman stood behind Lois on the balcony of her apartment,  about to lift her into their maiden flight together. Classic, powerful and romantic.

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Even before the runaway success of Gal Gadots cinema appearances as Wonder Woman in her own film, in Batman v Superman and the Justice League, we always had a soft spot for the Amazonian Princess.

These movies compliment the original Wonder Woman art and prints we have from our stable of guest artists including Becky Knapp, MUTE, Robert Bailey and Steve Lydic. 

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Even before the runaway success of Gal Gadots cinema appearances as Wonder Woman in her own film, in Batman v Superman and the Justice League, we always had a soft spot for the Amazonian Princess.

These movies compliment the original Wonder Woman art and prints we have from our stable of guest artists including Becky Knapp, MUTE, Robert Bailey and Steve Lydic. 

Check out all the Wonder Woman memorabilia and artwork in our store.

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In the gallery of World of Superheroes HQ hangs the huge framed box canvas reproduction of the cover of HULK comic #1 signed by his creator, Stan Lee.

The Incredible Hulk is, along with Spider-Man, Marvels most popular hero after scene stealing appearances and one liners in the Avengers movies, but this wasn’t always the case. When the comic was released with a small print run in 1962, it ran for only 6 issues before being cancelled due to poor sales.

As I was writing this piece, our archivist recalled that the owner of the Sterling Collection had kindly donated to the archive this hand written reply from 1963 by Stan Lee himself to a fan in Yorkshire asking why he couldn’t buy Issue #7. Even the address side of this is fascinating, containing Marvels address and the New York postage stamp. As well as being an important Historical document, this modest piece of blue card goes a long way to explaining the success of Marvel Comics in the early days. The fact that the creator and editor would go to the trouble of sending a handwritten note to someone half way around the world shows how much Stan valued his customers and understood the importance of the personal touch. It’s a philosophy that all the staff here at World of Superheroes will try to embrace.

By the way, if any of you are wondering why the Hulk is grey in Issue #1, then green forever after, the answer is that the printers had a real problem creating a consistent grey so ever the pragmatist, Stan said,
“No problem, just make him green.”

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In the gallery of World of Superheroes HQ hangs the huge framed box canvas reproduction of the cover of HULK comic #1 signed by his creator, Stan Lee.

The Incredible Hulk is, along with Spider-Man, Marvels most popular hero after scene stealing appearances and one liners in the Avengers movies, but this wasn’t always the case. When the comic was released with a small print run in 1962, it ran for only 6 issues before being cancelled due to poor sales.

As I was writing this piece, our archivist recalled that the owner of the Sterling Collection had kindly donated to the archive this hand written reply from 1963 by Stan Lee himself to a fan in Yorkshire asking why he couldn’t buy Issue #7. Even the address side of this is fascinating, containing Marvels address and the New York postage stamp. As well as being an important Historical document, this modest piece of blue card goes a long way to explaining the success of Marvel Comics in the early days. The fact that the creator and editor would go to the trouble of sending a handwritten note to someone half way around the world shows how much Stan valued his customers and understood the importance of the personal touch. It’s a philosophy that all the staff here at World of Superheroes will try to embrace.

By the way, if any of you are wondering why the Hulk is grey in Issue #1, then green forever after, the answer is that the printers had a real problem creating a consistent grey so ever the pragmatist, Stan said,
“No problem, just make him green.”

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