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MAD Sketch Covers at NYCC!
7 monthes ago - By Tom Richmond
I'm getting home from New York today where The Lovely Anna and I did New York Comic Con. The show was crazy busy, especially with commissions.
One of the things I do are “sketch covers”. For those not familiar with these, they are comics that have a heavyweight blank paper cover over top of the printed cover. This blank cover usually has the logo of the comic on it, so artists can draw their own “cover” on it. It's a popular thing at comic book conventions.
Anyway, MAD has done two of these sketch covers, one was issue 539. I have a pile of those issues, and do a lot of them for people...
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