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As promised we have added a great deal of original artwork by Dave Taylor to our store. 

We previously revealed we have some artwork by comic book artist Dave Taylor known for his work on the Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor series, 2000AD's Judge Dredd series and Batman: Arkham Asylum - Tales of Madness among others but we have some from DC and other publishers.

All of the artwork available are his original drawings commissioned for the publishers, signed with his signature, besides a few, official copyright stamps and his own personal comments in the margins. 

Batman: Shadow of the Bat, Image comics Nowhere Men, Marvel's Doctor Who Monthly, IDW Publish’s Doctor Who, Judge Anderson: Big Robots, DC's Worlds Finest, Batman: Riddler are part of our Dave Taylor Collection which are being well looked after. We have more coming but the majority of his work are now in our store. 

Below are just a handful of our favourites that are currently available, check out our full listing of Dave Taylor Original Artwork in store.

DC's World's Finest

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's World’s Finest page 29 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's World’s Finest page 22 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's World’s Finest page 8 of issue #3 1999
£400.00

2000AD Judge Dredd: Great Expectations

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for Judge Dredd: Great Executions #1 page 8 2012
£350.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for Judge Dredd: Great Executions #1 page 4 2012
£350.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for Judge Dredd: Great Executions #1 page 7 2012
£350.00

Image Comics Nowhere Men

Dave Taylor Original Artwork Image Comics Nowhere Men issue 11 page 4 2016
£250.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork Image Comics Nowhere Men issue 11 page 3 2016
£250.00

 

Dave Taylor Original Artwork Image Comics Nowhere Men issue 11 page 2 2016
£250.00

IDW Publish's Doctor Who

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for IDW Publish’s Doctor Who page 21 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for IDW Publish’s Doctor Who page 19 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for IDW Publish’s Doctor Who page 16 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's Batman and Robin Logo Concept Version 1 (White hands, Bat symbol with point in middle)
£500.00

For our full collection of Dave Taylor original artwork check out our store.

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As promised we have added a great deal of original artwork by Dave Taylor to our store. 

We previously revealed we have some artwork by comic book artist Dave Taylor known for his work on the Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor series, 2000AD's Judge Dredd series and Batman: Arkham Asylum - Tales of Madness among others but we have some from DC and other publishers.

All of the artwork available are his original drawings commissioned for the publishers, signed with his signature, besides a few, official copyright stamps and his own personal comments in the margins. 

Batman: Shadow of the Bat, Image comics Nowhere Men, Marvel's Doctor Who Monthly, IDW Publish’s Doctor Who, Judge Anderson: Big Robots, DC's Worlds Finest, Batman: Riddler are part of our Dave Taylor Collection which are being well looked after. We have more coming but the majority of his work are now in our store. 

Below are just a handful of our favourites that are currently available, check out our full listing of Dave Taylor Original Artwork in store.

DC's World's Finest

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's World’s Finest page 29 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's World’s Finest page 22 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's World’s Finest page 8 of issue #3 1999
£400.00

2000AD Judge Dredd: Great Expectations

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for Judge Dredd: Great Executions #1 page 8 2012
£350.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for Judge Dredd: Great Executions #1 page 4 2012
£350.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for Judge Dredd: Great Executions #1 page 7 2012
£350.00

Image Comics Nowhere Men

Dave Taylor Original Artwork Image Comics Nowhere Men issue 11 page 4 2016
£250.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork Image Comics Nowhere Men issue 11 page 3 2016
£250.00

 

Dave Taylor Original Artwork Image Comics Nowhere Men issue 11 page 2 2016
£250.00

IDW Publish's Doctor Who

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for IDW Publish’s Doctor Who page 21 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for IDW Publish’s Doctor Who page 19 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for IDW Publish’s Doctor Who page 16 of issue #1
£400.00

Dave Taylor Original Artwork for DC's Batman and Robin Logo Concept Version 1 (White hands, Bat symbol with point in middle)
£500.00

For our full collection of Dave Taylor original artwork check out our store.

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The Thor: Love and Thunder trailer was finally released yesterday and we got our first glimpse of Lady Thor. 

Chris Hemsworth is going to yield his hammer to Natalie Portman in the fourth Thor film to date due out in cinemas July 8th. The movie is going to return Director Taika Waititi who will reprise his role a Korg as well as Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie and the Guardians of the Galaxy helping Thor find his destiny after the events of the Infinity Wars.

Riffling through our Thor comics after the trailer hit yesterday I have found a Thor #1 2014 Blank Variant cover which includes the First Jane Foster Thor! We love seeing how artists put their own spin on variants, we'd love to see someone take on this variant only £25.00.

We also have a 3.5 graded Journey Into Mystery #84 Vol.1 which includes the First Appearance of Jane Foster at £1,420.00.

Our great selection of Thor comics Raw and graded (Like this sexy Black and white sketch variant cover already done below) as well as signed memorabilia, official posters, artwork and prints can be found in our THOR collection in store.

Thor #1 2014 First Jane Foster Thor Blank Variant
£25.00

Thor #1 Vol.2 Black and White Sketch Variant Cover 1998
£30.00

 

Thor #130 VF Raw Comic
£55.00

Marvel's Thor: The Dark World Movie Poster
£58.00

Thor Photograph Signed By Chris Hemsworth Framed
£250.00

 

Journey Into Mystery #84 Vol 1. CGC 3.5 Slabbed Comic. 1962 Cent copy
£1,420.00
2nd Appearance of Thor & First Appearance of Jane Foster

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The Thor: Love and Thunder trailer was finally released yesterday and we got our first glimpse of Lady Thor. 

Chris Hemsworth is going to yield his hammer to Natalie Portman in the fourth Thor film to date due out in cinemas July 8th. The movie is going to return Director Taika Waititi who will reprise his role a Korg as well as Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie and the Guardians of the Galaxy helping Thor find his destiny after the events of the Infinity Wars.

Riffling through our Thor comics after the trailer hit yesterday I have found a Thor #1 2014 Blank Variant cover which includes the First Jane Foster Thor! We love seeing how artists put their own spin on variants, we'd love to see someone take on this variant only £25.00.

We also have a 3.5 graded Journey Into Mystery #84 Vol.1 which includes the First Appearance of Jane Foster at £1,420.00.

Our great selection of Thor comics Raw and graded (Like this sexy Black and white sketch variant cover already done below) as well as signed memorabilia, official posters, artwork and prints can be found in our THOR collection in store.

Thor #1 2014 First Jane Foster Thor Blank Variant
£25.00

Thor #1 Vol.2 Black and White Sketch Variant Cover 1998
£30.00

 

Thor #130 VF Raw Comic
£55.00

Marvel's Thor: The Dark World Movie Poster
£58.00

Thor Photograph Signed By Chris Hemsworth Framed
£250.00

 

Journey Into Mystery #84 Vol 1. CGC 3.5 Slabbed Comic. 1962 Cent copy
£1,420.00
2nd Appearance of Thor & First Appearance of Jane Foster

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The Fantastic Four #600 canvas we have is part of our Stan Lee signed canvas collection but we've now got the Fantastic Four #600 comic to match!

The stunning canvas which has an Edition Number of 3/10 is signed by the teams creator Stan Lee and available with FREE P&P or shipping for £1,100.00. We will through in the comic as well to show off with your new canvas!

Each canvas in the collection is beautifully doubled framed with the inner frame in matt black and the outer frame in black gloss. A Perfect investment and wall art for any Marvel fan.

We also have MANY other items from this collection in our store, so please don't hesitate to have a look and send us any questions you may have to hero@worldofsuperheroes.com.

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The Fantastic Four #600 canvas we have is part of our Stan Lee signed canvas collection but we've now got the Fantastic Four #600 comic to match!

The stunning canvas which has an Edition Number of 3/10 is signed by the teams creator Stan Lee and available with FREE P&P or shipping for £1,100.00. We will through in the comic as well to show off with your new canvas!

Each canvas in the collection is beautifully doubled framed with the inner frame in matt black and the outer frame in black gloss. A Perfect investment and wall art for any Marvel fan.

We also have MANY other items from this collection in our store, so please don't hesitate to have a look and send us any questions you may have to hero@worldofsuperheroes.com.

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We have some extremely exciting artwork in by comic book legend Dave Taylor which will be posted on the site presently.

For anyone who hasn't heard of Taylor, he became a pro comic book artist in 1989, working on Zorro for Marvel UK (which featured covers by the legendary Alex Toth). He worked on a number of projects while at Marvel including Force Works, featuring Iron Man, but was headhunted by DC to work with Matt Wagner on Batman: The Riddle Factory. This led to several Batman projects including working with Alan Grant on the Shadow Of The Bat series, designing Arkham Asylum for the "Bat Bible" and movies, Batman and Robin logos for the Warner Bros movie and more recently his collaboration with world-renowned graphic designer and Batman aficionado Chip Kidd on Batman: Death by Design, a New York Times bestseller (twice).

After a short break from comics, working in the computer games industry, he returned with Judge Anderson: Big Robots for 2000AD, which he co-wrote with Alan Grant. Since then he has worked predominantly for 2000AD on numerous Judge Dredd stories and with Kenneth Niemand on the groundbreaking best-selling series Megatropolis.

We have some artwork from issues #1 to #5 from the Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor series, Batman and Robin Logo concept art (from the 1990's), 2000AD Judge Dredd series, Batman: Arkham Asylum - Tales of Madness and more... Watch this space!

We have more comic book art from Dave Taylor, Dave Gibbons and other comic book artists in our Original Comic Book Art collection.

If you have any questions about this item or any others, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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We have some extremely exciting artwork in by comic book legend Dave Taylor which will be posted on the site presently.

For anyone who hasn't heard of Taylor, he became a pro comic book artist in 1989, working on Zorro for Marvel UK (which featured covers by the legendary Alex Toth). He worked on a number of projects while at Marvel including Force Works, featuring Iron Man, but was headhunted by DC to work with Matt Wagner on Batman: The Riddle Factory. This led to several Batman projects including working with Alan Grant on the Shadow Of The Bat series, designing Arkham Asylum for the "Bat Bible" and movies, Batman and Robin logos for the Warner Bros movie and more recently his collaboration with world-renowned graphic designer and Batman aficionado Chip Kidd on Batman: Death by Design, a New York Times bestseller (twice).

After a short break from comics, working in the computer games industry, he returned with Judge Anderson: Big Robots for 2000AD, which he co-wrote with Alan Grant. Since then he has worked predominantly for 2000AD on numerous Judge Dredd stories and with Kenneth Niemand on the groundbreaking best-selling series Megatropolis.

We have some artwork from issues #1 to #5 from the Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor series, Batman and Robin Logo concept art (from the 1990's), 2000AD Judge Dredd series, Batman: Arkham Asylum - Tales of Madness and more... Watch this space!

We have more comic book art from Dave Taylor, Dave Gibbons and other comic book artists in our Original Comic Book Art collection.

If you have any questions about this item or any others, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Read more

Moon Knight aired its first episode last week on Disney+ and has been a smash with fans. 

After binge watching the Hawkeye series a month after Christmas I had lowered my expectation for Moon Knight, not that it was bad but it just felt like there was little Hawkeye in it, similar to how Loki was all about bringing in a new character where as fans want to watch whats in the title. 

Anywho, after watching the first episode I am hooked, some people love to binge watch but the way Disney+ release an episode each week takes me back to being young, having to wait for an episode and talking for a full week about one scene and the excitement of what was to come next. 

In sci-fi perfection the storyline throws you into culture and despite a bit of over acting from the supporting actors the characters throw you into the confusing world of Steven Grant, a docile but honest museum worker. Trying not to spoil it for anyone but we've yet to have a proper look at all of Moon Knights alter egos but Oscar Issac's performance has won fans over.

Personally I don't have a full in-depth history of the character but the daftness of some scenes was true to Marvel and as a whole, I think, has introduced the new character to fans well. To top it of Khonshu, the voice in his head was the silky smooth voice of award winning Director and Cinematographer Karim-El Hakim. 

We currently only have a raw Moon Knight #1 2016 for sale but we have a new batch of comics coming back and one is said to be a high grade Werewolf by Night #32 which any collector will know is the first appearance of Moon Knight.

Watch this Space for all of our up-coming comics!

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Moon Knight aired its first episode last week on Disney+ and has been a smash with fans. 

After binge watching the Hawkeye series a month after Christmas I had lowered my expectation for Moon Knight, not that it was bad but it just felt like there was little Hawkeye in it, similar to how Loki was all about bringing in a new character where as fans want to watch whats in the title. 

Anywho, after watching the first episode I am hooked, some people love to binge watch but the way Disney+ release an episode each week takes me back to being young, having to wait for an episode and talking for a full week about one scene and the excitement of what was to come next. 

In sci-fi perfection the storyline throws you into culture and despite a bit of over acting from the supporting actors the characters throw you into the confusing world of Steven Grant, a docile but honest museum worker. Trying not to spoil it for anyone but we've yet to have a proper look at all of Moon Knights alter egos but Oscar Issac's performance has won fans over.

Personally I don't have a full in-depth history of the character but the daftness of some scenes was true to Marvel and as a whole, I think, has introduced the new character to fans well. To top it of Khonshu, the voice in his head was the silky smooth voice of award winning Director and Cinematographer Karim-El Hakim. 

We currently only have a raw Moon Knight #1 2016 for sale but we have a new batch of comics coming back and one is said to be a high grade Werewolf by Night #32 which any collector will know is the first appearance of Moon Knight.

Watch this Space for all of our up-coming comics!

Read more