Each box of this ground-breaking series will contain ONE hand-drawn colored Sketch Card - a first for any DC trading
card series! There are 50 artists included in the product to date, including:
(Top Row Left to Right: Brian Kong, Di Amorin, Grant Gould, Uko Smith, Jeff Welborn, Brent Engstrom)
(Bottom Row Left to Right: Renae de Liz, Ray Dillion, Jason Sobol, Steven Miller, Mahmud Asrar, Mark Spears)
Look for these Insert Sets:
For every 3 cases purchased, you will receive a one-of-a-kind hand-drawn regular sized sketch card from industry legend Nick Cardy or Luis Dominguez.
Nick Cardy began his career with DC in 1950 with the comic book "Gang Busters". From 1962-1968, he drew the first 39 issues of Aquaman and all its covers through the final issue (#56, April 1971). From 1966-73, Cardy penciled or inked — sometimes both — all 43 issues of TEEN TITANS.
Luis Dominguez is an Argentine artist, who has worked a lot for American horror and mystery comic books in the 1960s and 1970s. Between 1963 and 1970 has was affiliated with the Union Studio in Latin America. He did back-up features for Charlton and drew for many of the company's 1960s war and western titles, such as 'Cheyenne Kid', 'Fightin' Marines', 'Billy the Kid' and 'Outlaws of the West'. From 1967 through the late 1970s, he did a lot of work for Gold Key titles like 'Ripley's Believe it or Not', 'Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery', 'Grimm's Ghost Stories', 'The Twilight Zone' and 'UFO Flying Saucers'. Then in the 1970s, he also began working for DC, illustrating for 'House of Mystery', 'House of Secrets', 'The Witching Hour' and 'Jonah Hex'.
(Due to an illness Murphay Anderson is unable to participate in the project. We wish him a speedy recovery.)
For every 9 cases purchased, you will receive a one-of-a-kind hand-drawn and colored sketch card by artist
Cat Staggs or Mark Spears on an oversized 5"x7" sketch board.
Fans and collectors will also be able to store their collection in a custom designed collector's album which contains an
exclusive autograph card signed by Joe Kubert as well as an exclusive promo card. Kubert's first work for DC Comics, where
he would spend much of his career and produce some of his most notable art, was penciling and inking the 50-page "Seven Soldiers of Victory"
superhero-team story in Leading Comics #8 (Fall 1943). Kubert served as DC Comics' director of publications from 1967-76, when he left to found
the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art.