Silent Auction to Benefit Patience Robinson-Campos

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Silent Auction for Patience Robinson-Campos

SILENT AUCTION TO BENEFIT PATIENCE ROBINSON-CAMPOS

The live auction will be held at the Knomad Bar on December 2nd, 2019 8 pm-1am. Food is being provided by the kind folks at El Dorado.

The online page for bidding (which attendees both live and remote should bookmark) is here. Please register ahead of time if you plan on bidding on items.

This list will be updated with new items up until the date of the auction so keep checking back. Bid start prices will be announced soon as will the access point link to make bids and check the current bid amounts, which will start being accepted at 8 pm Dec. 2nd.

All winning bidders will be responsible for the cost of shipping and handling to their location. Austin area pick-ups will be arranged with due haste with some items available at the auction itself.

Please also consider going to Patience’s GoFundMe which is where they are accepting donations.

THE ITEMS

Lot 1

Alamo Season Pass

One Year of Access to Alamo Season Pass
Alamo Season Pass is Alamo Drafthouse’s subscription program that allows subscribers to see a movie a day for one low monthly price.
With Alamo Season Pass you can
– See up to one movie per day
– Reserve seats up to seven days in advance
– Purchase additional companion tickets during checkout
For a full description of the program’s features including a list of participating locations, check out https://drafthouse.com/victory/seasonpass
Standard online convenience fees apply.

 

Lot 2

Bar Walk Auction

 

“The Straight Up” San Antonio Texas Bar Tour

On this condensed version of our Classic tour, we will take a stroll through Alamo Plaza for a comprehensive look at the history of the Alamo and the Texas Revolution. Next, we will follow in the footsteps of legends in the historic Menger Hotel bar – you will share the space where Teddy Roosevelt recruited many of his Rough Riders. With drink in hand, we will take an in-depth tour through the oldest hotel west of the Mississippi. After discussing the rich and varied history of this classic San Antonio establishment we will take a look into another of San Antonio’s most historic bars.

This tour is around 2.5 hours
Tour times: 4 pm, 6 pm & 8 pm

** Food & beverages not included.

 

 

Lot 3

Austin Macaroons

Mad Macs Custom French Macarons

2 dozen assorted custom French macarons inspired by Patience. These cookies are gluten-free however they do contain nuts.

 

 

Lot 4

Cards Against Humanity 2012 Holiday Pack

24 white & 6 black cards vaguely themed to the holiday season.
Originally sold as Cards Against Humanity’s “Pay-what-you-want Holiday Pack.”
This is an expansion. Requires Cards Against Humanity.

 

Lot 5

Austin guitar lessons

30 minute guitar lesson with Chris DeVore

My name is Chris DeVore and I am one of the most exciting and upbeat solo musical acts in the U.S.A.! My ‘one-man trio’ act features exceptional guitar work, smooth vocals and timeless popular hits that everyone recognizes and loves! I have been a professional performing musician for over 22 years and I have played all over the U.S.A. Whether I am performing at a backyard BBQ, a world-class resort or a festival stage; I impress and delight people with my unique ‘Western Gypsy’ style. I am influenced by great artists such as Frank Sinatra, Patsy Cline, and Django Reinhardt: my act is a stunning combination of talent and genres.

Check out Chris playing on his Facebook page.

 

 

Lot 6

Better Watch Out Poster

A theatrical release poster for the wonderful Christmas horror-comedy film from 2016, Better Watch Out. One of Patience’s favorite horror-comedies, Better Watch Out is the story of a babysitter (Olivia DeJonge) who gets more than she bargained for at Christmas time when her young charge (Levi Miller) and his friend (Ed Oxenbould) need to be protected by her from mysterious intruders. But all may not be what it seems.

This will be signed with a personalized signature by director Chris Peckover.

 

 

Lot #7

Austin Community Cinema Auction

Austin Community Cinema & Amphitheater Exclusive Private Outdoor Movie Screening

Pick the date and movie of your choice and bring all your friends to 9301 Hog Eye Rd. in East Austin for your screening.

 

 

Lot #8

Exorcist signed 1

A photo from the classic 1973 horror film The Exorcist.

This is signed by Eileen Dietz, who was the face of Pazuzu, the demon that possessed young Linda Blair in the film.

 

 

Lot #9

The Exorcist signed 2

A photo from the classic 1973 horror film The Exorcist.

This is signed by Eileen Dietz, who was the face of Pazuzu, the demon that possessed young Linda Blair in the film.

 

 

Lot #10

The Exorcist script signed

The script to the classic 1973 horror film The Exorcist.

This is signed by Eileen Dietz, who was the face of Pazuzu, the demon that possessed young Linda Blair in the film.

 

 

Lot #11

Harris O'Malley books 1

Harris O'Malley books 2

Harris O’Malley, besides being a regular podcaster for Oneofus.net, is a dating coach who provides geek dating advice at Paging Dr. NerdLove, as well as on Kotaku and elsewhere. He and his work has been featured on Nightline, Vice, The Guardian, New York Magazine, The Huffington Post, Wired, Sex Nerd Sandra, Daily Life, Slate, The Austin-American Statesman, Austin Monthly, Geek and Sundry, Boing Boing, Everyday Feminism, Buzzfeed, The Daily Dot, The Washington Post, Kotaku, Lifehacker, NeilStrauss.com, The Good Man Project, MTV’s Guy Code, The Harvard Business Journal, and many others. Paging Dr. NerdLove has been featured as one of the top 10 dating blogs on DatingAdvice.com.

This is the five books he has written and we have 2 lots of them each with a personalized signature available to the lot winners.

 

 

Lot #12

Glass blowing class auction

This is a 2 hour intro to Glass Blowing class for 4 hosted by Austin Glass Blower Jacob James Garcia.

 

 

Lot #13

Austin Stand up class auction

International stand-up comedian Jacob James Garcia is auctioning a 30-minute set to an Austin resident.

 

 

Lot #14

Air Temple Island print

The sequel show to Avatar: The Last Airbender was The Legend of Korra which aired on Nickelodeon for 4 seasons. The voice actor star of the series was Janet Varney, who has also appeared on numerous other television shows, Rifftrax episodes, SF Sketchfest, the podcast The JV Club, and several films. The print is “Air Temple Island”, an 8×10 poster.

It will be personalized to the winner with a signature by Varney.

 

 

Lot #15

Fire Ferrets printThe sequel show to Avatar: The Last Airbender was The Legend of Korra which aired on Nickelodeon for 4 seasons. The voice actor star of the series was Janet Varney, who has also appeared on numerous other television shows, Rifftrax episodes, SF Sketchfest, the podcast The JV Club, and several films. The print is “Fire Ferrets”, an 8×10 poster.

It will be personalized to the winner with a signature by Varney.

 

 

Lot #16

Korrasami printThe sequel show to Avatar: The Last Airbender was The Legend of Korra which aired on Nickelodeon for 4 seasons. The voice actor star of the series was Janet Varney, who has also appeared on numerous other television shows, Rifftrax episodes, SF Sketchfest, the podcast The JV Club, and several films. The print is “Korrasami”, an 8×10 poster.

It will be personalized to the winner with a signature by Varney.

 

 

Lot #17

Chew Omnivore Edition 1Tony Chu is a detective with a secret. A weird secret. Tony Chu is cibopathic, which means he gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats. It also means he’s a hell of a detective ― as long as he doesn’t mind nibbling on the corpse of a murder victim to figure out whodunit and why. He’s been brought on by the Special Crimes Division of the FDA, the most powerful law enforcement agency on the planet, to investigate their strangest, sickest and most bizarre cases.
This gorgeous, oversized edition loaded with extras follows Tony for the first ten issues of IGN.com’s pick for “Best Indie Series of 2009,” and MTV Splash Page’s “Best New Series of 2009.”
Collects Chew (2009) #1-10, the New York Times’ best seller “Taster’s Choice,” as well as the follow-up story-arc “International Flavor.” Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 11-in., 264 pages, full color

This edition will be signed by writer John Layman.

 

 

Lot #18

Chew Omnnivore 2Tony Chu is a detective with a secret. A weird secret. Tony Chu is cibopathic, which means he gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats. It also means he’s a hell of a detective ― as long as he doesn’t mind nibbling on the corpse of a murder victim to figure out whodunit and why. He’s been brought on by the Special Crimes Division of the FDA, the most powerful law enforcement agency on the planet, to investigate their strangest, sickest and most bizarre cases.
This gorgeous, oversized edition loaded with extras follows Tony for the first ten issues of IGN.com’s pick for “Best Indie Series of 2009,” and MTV Splash Page’s “Best New Series of 2009.”

Collects Chew (2009) #11-20 the third and fourth story-arcs of the acclaimed series, “Just Desserts” and “Flambé.” Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 11-in., 272 pages, full color.

This edition will be signed by author John Layman.

 

 

Lot #19

Chew Omnivore 3Tony Chu is a detective with a secret. A weird secret. Tony Chu is cibopathic, which means he gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats. It also means he’s a hell of a detective ― as long as he doesn’t mind nibbling on the corpse of a murder victim to figure out whodunit and why. He’s been brought on by the Special Crimes Division of the FDA, the most powerful law enforcement agency on the planet, to investigate their strangest, sickest and most bizarre cases.
This gorgeous, oversized edition loaded with extras follows Tony for the first ten issues of IGN.com’s pick for “Best Indie Series of 2009,” and MTV Splash Page’s “Best New Series of 2009.”

Collects Chew (2009) #21-30 and Chew Secret Agent Poyo (2012 Image) #1 Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 11-in., 272 pages, full color.

This edition will be signed by author John Layman.

 

 

Lot #20

Chew issue #5Tony Chu is a detective with a secret. A weird secret. Tony Chu is cibopathic, which means he gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats. It also means he’s a hell of a detective ― as long as he doesn’t mind nibbling on the corpse of a murder victim to figure out whodunit and why. He’s been brought on by the Special Crimes Division of the FDA, the most powerful law enforcement agency on the planet, to investigate their strangest, sickest and most bizarre cases.

Taster’s Choice: Part 5 of 5 – Written by JOHN LAYMAN. Art and cover by ROB GUILLORY. FDA Agent Tony Chu just landed the biggest bust of his career, but while the bullets were flying and the bodies were falling, Tony’s partner Mason Savoy took a slug. Now, Tony’s on his own, and he just ate something that’s revealed the identity of a dangerous enemy– the absolute last person Tony should be facing without backup. The stunningly violent conclusion to first story arc of the surprise hit of the season– and just maybe the very best comic you will read all month about cops, crooks, cooks, cannibals and clairvoyants! 32 pages, full color

We have 5 lots of this issue all signed by author John Layman.

 

 

Lot #21

Writer-director Nakamura Yoshihiro takes a break from his masterful adaptations of Isaka Kotaro-penned literary works with the offbeat fantasy comedy Chonmage Purin (a.k.a. A Boy and His Samurai). NEWS and Kanjani8 member Nishikido Ryo takes on his first film lead role as a young samurai who travels forward in time to contemporary Tokyo and learns to become a dessert chef. Based on a series of novels by Araki Gen, the story emphasizes more on the samurai’s fish-out-of-water story than the complexities of time travel, making it a whimsical comedy about the clash of very different values and the reversal of traditional gender roles. With its charming, offbeat story, Chonmage Purin managed to break into the top ten box office chart with on its opening weekend, despite being a limited release of just 36 screens.
Single mom Hiroko (Tomosaka Rie) and her young son Tomoya are walking along the street one afternoon when they suddenly encounter Yasubei (Nishikido Ryo), a young samurai from 180 years ago that has somehow traveled to modern Tokyo. Through various circumstances, Hiroko decides to let Yasubei stay with her in exchange for housework and cooking. In the process, Yasubei picks up the art of making western desserts. Through books, television programs, and a lot of trial and error, Yasubei becomes a western dessert chef with plenty of admirers, while Hiroko begins to wonder if Yasubei could possibly become more than just the time traveler that takes care of her home. (from YesAsia.com).

This import DVD is the only version available of this very acclaimed film that played Fantastic Fest in Austin and became the hit of that year. It is a NTSC Region 2 release.

 

 

Lot #22

Christopher Nolan made his feature directorial debut with this 16mm black-and-white British suspense drama, shot on weekends with a $6,000 budget. Wannabe writer Bill, aka “The Young Man” (Jeremy Theobald), is “between jobs,” living in impoverished circumstances with no prospects, plots, or outlines. Desperate for ideas, he begins following people in the street to “gather material,” more accurately described as a venture into voyeurism. When Cobb (Alex Haw) realizes he’s being followed, he confronts Bill. Cobb explains that he goes one step further — entering people’s apartments not only for theft but also to spy on private possessions. The notion of illegal intrusions excites Bill, but graduating to the next plateau beyond break-ins sets him up as a fall guy. Shown at the 1998 San Francisco Film Festival.

This Criterion Edition Blu-Ray of the film features lots of special features including an early short film by Christopher Nolan.

 

Lot #23

This limited edition (to 5000) and sold out Blu-Ray of the cult classic 1985 horror-comedy “Fright Night” will play on all players. Featuring 2 commentary tracks, a 54 minute reunion panel, and more, this is the version ‘to own’ of this classic movie that you can’t buy anymore.

 

 

Lot #24

Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece and winner of 4 Oscars, “Inception” is here the way it was meant to be seen: in 4k. It also includes the Blu-Ray for you planning-to-get-that-tv/player-this-Christmas types.

 

 

Lot #25

The Black Gestapo is a 1975 American nazi-blaxploitation film about a vigilante named General Ahmed, who starts an inner-city “People’s Army” to protect the black citizens of Watts. However, when the Army succeeds in chasing the mob out of town, Ahmed is replaced by his colleague Colonel Kojah, who reforms the movement into a fascist criminal organization in order to have complete control over the town. Directed by cult exploitation director Lee Frost and starring Rod Perry (star of “The Black Godfather”) and Charles P. Robinson (the clerk Mac from “Night Court”), this is an out of print classic of the sub-genre featuring bonus interviews and a commentary track.

 

 

Lot #26

This sold-out Mondo poster for Ridley Scott’s classic 1979 film Alien is by popular artist Tyler Stout. It is 24 x 36 and we have two copies of it (321 and 322 out of 510 printed) available for bidding.

 

 

Lot #27

Funko’s Hikari division released this 8 inches tall Godzilla limited to 750 units. Brand new and in the box this is a collector’s item worth seeking out for any serious Kaiju or Funko collector.

 

 

Lot #28

This lunch box for Star Trek: The Motion Picture was released by King Seeley Thermos in 1979. There is one on display in the Natural Museum of American History. This particular one is a bit battered with love but still included the original thermos inside (a rarity for most lunchbox collectibles).

 

 

Lot #29

These are two DC Animated Universe Blu-Rays (+DVD and Digital codes), “Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans” and “Batman vs Two-Face” (the latter of which features Adam West in one of his last performances as Batman).

They are both signed by Eisner winning DC Comics Executive Editor of Animation (and legendary writer/artist for the company) Mike Carlin.

 

 

Lot #30

This set of “The Adventures of Superman” #500 collector’s set, and the limited edition “Superman” #75 were both highly desired by collectors upon their release.

These editions are signed by the group editor and storyline supervisor for the “Death of Superman” run of DC comics these are a part of, Mike Carlin.

 

 

Lot #31

This hand-numbered limited edition set of three Tyler Stout Mondo posters for the original Star Wars trilogy is a must-have for collectors. Each is 24 x 36.

 

 

Lot #32

Eidos’s 2009 release of the landmark “Batman: Arkham Asylum” game was released with a limited Special Edition version that came with this “Arkham Doctor’s Journal” featuring 48 pages of notes on the inmates and an embossed leather jacket. This lot is for the journal alone.

 

 

Lot #33

One of the most beloved comic strips ever was Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes. This set of three collections features “The Essential Calvin and Hobbes” (1988), “The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes” (1992), and “Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat” (1994).

 

 

Lot #34

Titan’s three bestselling Firefly titles collected together at last, just in time for the 10th anniversary of Joss Whedon’s beloved series. This huge, 544 page full colour volume is simply one of the most lavish books ever produced for a TV show, and is presented in a foil-stamped leather-effect binding. Plus, as an exclusive bonus for this edition, a pocket at the back of the book contains 9 frameable photo prints of the cast, featuring rare and previously unseen images, and a facsimile of one of the prop banknotes used in the show. The contents of this book were originally published as “Firefly: The Official Companion” Volumes 1 and 2, and “Firefly: Still Flying”.

 

 

Lot #35

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Perfect for fans of A Song of Ice and Fire and HBO’s Game of Thrones—an epic history of Westeros and the lands beyond, featuring hundreds of pages of all-new material from George R. R. Martin! If the past is prologue, then George R. R. Martin’s masterwork—the most inventive and entertaining fantasy saga of our time—warrants one hell of an introduction. At long last, it has arrived with The World of Ice & Fire. This lavishly illustrated volume is a comprehensive history of the Seven Kingdoms, providing vividly constructed accounts of the epic battles, bitter rivalries, and daring rebellions that lead to the events of A Song of Ice and Fire and HBO’s Game of Thrones. In a collaboration that’s been years in the making, Martin has teamed with Elio M. García, Jr., and Linda Antonsson, the founders of the renowned fan site Westeros.org—perhaps the only people who know this world almost as well as its visionary creator. Collected here is all the accumulated knowledge, scholarly speculation, and inherited folk tales of maesters and septons, maegi and singers, including

• full-color artwork and maps, with more than 170 original pieces
• full family trees for Houses Stark, Lannister, and Targaryen
• in-depth explorations of the history and culture of Westeros
• 100% all-new material, more than half of which Martin wrote specifically for this book

 

 

Lot #36

Go back to the beginning to experience the epic saga of Avatar: The Last Airbender again with this complete collection! From the discovery of Avatar Aang in the frozen iceberg to the mastery of all four elements, from the battle at Ba Sing Se to the final showdown with the Fire Nation, your destiny awaits as you relive all the powerful bending that will blow you away once more! This set features 16 DVDs comprising of the entire run of 61 episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series on Nickelodeon.

 

 

Lot #37

Phase One, also called Avengers Assembled, is the first part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the first part of the Infinity Saga. The first set of movies introduces the main universe in which the films are set, as well as core characters such as Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Nick Fury, and organizations such as S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA. Many of the films in Phase One focus on the Tesseract, an alien artifact that is later established to contain one of the six Infinity Stones. The final film, The Avengers, involves the villains Loki and Thanos allying to steal the Tesseract and conquer Earth, leading to the formation of the Avengers. This Limited Edition Blu-ray 10-disc set features a Blu-ray version and a 3D Blu-ray version of the movies Marvel’s The Avengers, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Thor. The Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled also includes a Blu-ray version of Iron Man, Iron Man 2, and The Incredible Hulk. The stars of these movies include Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr., Edward Norton, Chris Evans, and Mark Ruffalo. Each of these superhero movies come in distinctive collectible packaging. In addition, owners of this collection receive a top-secret bonus disc that is filled with never-before-seen footage. Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled includes a replica of Nick Fury’s famous briefcase and a glowing Tesseract. Nick Fury is featured as the director of the international peacekeeping agency that is known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Furthermore, this 10-disc set includes detailed art plus artifacts and prop reproductions from the different motion pictures.

 

 

Lot #38

This collectible Mystery Science Theater 3000 mug was sold on their live “Watch Out For Snakes” tour from 2017, the first live MST3K tour.

 

 

Lot #39

This is an art print of the character Spike from the television shows “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel”.

It is signed by the actor James Marsters.

 

 

Lot #40

The Marvel Vault brings the Universe to you, sharing the insider’s story of Marvel Comics from 1939 to the present. Chock-full of historic and never-before-seen memorabilia (think: early sketches of Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch, Bullpen birthday cards, and a membership certificate for the Merry Marvel Marching Society), this vibrant chronicle contains over 30 plastic-encased archival gems that you can hold in your hand while reading about the artists, writers, and heroes who make up Marvel.

 

 

Lot #41

This is an 11×17 poster print of the cover to Marvel’s Secret Wars #1 (1984) and it is signed by artist Mike Zeck and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

 

 

Lot #42

This is an 11×17 poster print of the cover to Marvel’s Secret Wars #8 (1984) and it is signed by artist Mike Zeck and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

 

 

Lot #43

This full copy of Marvel’s Secret Wars #1 with the Variant “Dynamic Forces” cover by Greg Land is signed by artist Mike Zeck and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

 

 

Lot #44

Experience all seven seasons of this groundbreaking series, featuring an amazing ensemble cast including Emmy winner Michael Chiklis. Loaded with DVD extras and new featurettes, in addition to all 88 gripping episodes (with 247 deleted scenes) this set includes: “Delivering The Baby: Making of Episode 511”, “Rampart”, “The Barn”, “Behind ‘The Shield'”, “712-2 Searching For Shane”, “Two Directors”, “Casting Tapes”, “Full Circle: Franka Potente”, “‘Under The Skin’: Behind The Scenes”, “Last Call: The Final Episode”, “Nobody Expects To Lose, Nobody Expects To Die: ‘The Shield’s’ Final Season”, “Saturn’s Sons”, “Breaking Episode #315: Making-of Documentary”.

 

 

Lot #45

This is an original theatrical release poster for the 1984 Steven Spielberg film, “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”.

 

 

Lot #46

The ultimate collector set for the ultimate fan features over 192 hours of content that includes: Over 5 hours of newly added special features including a never-before-seen Superboy pilot from 1961, a 90-minute series retrospective with all-new interviews, 2010 final Comic-Con panel, Aquaman Pilot, and Paley Festival featurette! Over 28 hours of total bonus content Exclusive Daily Planet newspaper written by DC Comics that highlights the important storylines developed during the 10-year run of the show Two lay-flat picture books that hold 62 discs Episode guide with never-before-seen production art (storyboards/sketches) and behind-the-scenes photos. This is a DVD set and is lightly used.

 

 

Lot #47

From the creator of the immensely successful “Final Destination” franchise comes the paralyzing thriller “Dead Awake.” Drawing on the well-documented and infamous affliction known as sleep paralysis, “Dead Awake” features acclaimed genre actress Jocelin Donahue (“The House of the Devil”) in a terrifying new addition to the horror canon, as well as Lori Petty (“Tank Girl,” “A League of Their Own,” “Point Break”) and Jesse Bradford (“Romeo + Juliet,” “Bring It On,” “Hackers”). This Blu-ray features surround sound, English subtitles for the deaf and hearing-impaired, special bonus materials including audio commentary track with director Phillip Guzman, producer James LaMarr, writer Jeffrey Reddick, cast members Jesse Bradford, Jocelin Donahue and Brea Grant, exclusive deleted scenes and the official “Dead Awake” trailer.

This blu-ray is signed by director Phillip Guzman (formerly a member on the podcast “Deliberations of Doom” with Patience) and writer Jason Murphy (a regular contributor to the Oneofus podcast network).

 

 

Lot #48

Five graduate students are conducting a study to prove the theory that once you’ve passed 200 hours without sleep, you will never need sleep again. As the hours tick by and their struggle to stay awake intensifies, they each start to have strange and unsettling experiences. Visions from the past, violent impulses and terrifying waking nightmares begin to take hold and turn this experiment into a desperate fight for survival.

There are two copies of this available at this auction on DVD, both signed by director Phillip Guzman (formerly a member on the podcast “Deliberations of Doom” with Patience) and writer Jason Murphy (a regular contributor to the Oneofus podcast network).

 

Lot #49

This is a signed photo of Barbara Crampton, horror scream queen known for her iconic performances in such films as “Re-Animator”, “Chopping Mall”, and “You’re Next”.

No crying (that’s a Thomas Pynchon joke)

 

Lot #50

This is a signed photo from the film “Re-Animator” by Barbara Crampton featuring her and her co-star Bruce Abbott.

 

 

Lot #51

Some people will kill for a bargain and at the Park Plaza Mall they do! Here, you can shop till you drop…dead! High tech robots equipped with state-of-the-art security devices have been recruited as the new mechanical night watchmen for the Park Plaza Mall. When a jolting bolt of lightning short circuits the main computer control, the robots turn into killbots…on the loose after unsuspecting shoppers! Four couples are trying to make it after-house in a mattress store. They make it all right…in the morgue!

The copy will be signed by star Barbara Crampton.

 

 

Lot #52

One of the smartest and most terrifying films in years, YOU’RE NEXT reinvents the genre by putting a fresh twist on home-invasion horror. When a gang of masked, ax-wielding murderers descend upon the Davison family reunion, the hapless victims seem trapped… until an unlikely guest of the family proves to be the most talented killer of all.

This DVD copy of the 2011 cult comedy-horror hit is signed by star Barbara Crampton.

 

 

Lot #53

This Green Lantern action figure based on the 1996 “Kingdom Come” graphic novel by Mark Waid and Alex Ross was manufactured in 2003 by DC Direct.

 

 

Lot #54

Collects the first and second volume of Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse newspaper comic strips by Floyd Gottfredson, one of the greatest cartoonists of the 20th century. Vol. 1, “Race to Death Valley,” features a dozen different adventures starring Mickey, his gal Minnie and her uncle Mortimer (not to be confused with Mickey’s rival in the animated shorts!), his pals Horace Horsecollar and Butch, the villainous Pegleg Pete, and the mysterious and shrouded Fox. Relive Mickey’s race to a gold mine with Pegleg Pete hot on his heels; Mickey’s life on the lam; and Mickey’s ringside battle with a hulking heavyweight champ! In Vol. 2: Trapped on Treasure Island, Mickey fights with pirates on desolate Treasure Island; quests with Goofy to catch ruthless counterfeiters; and battles to save windy Horace Horsecollar from mad scientists, a robbery frame-up — and himself! Bad guys “Bill Shakespeare” and hypnosis-happy Professors Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex join archenemy Pegleg Pete.

 

 

Lot #55

The Vault of Horror: The EC Archives Vol. 1: Legendary publisher Bill Gaines provided the forum and creators like Al Feldstein, Johnny Craig, Wally Wood, Harry Harrison, Jack Kamen, Harvey Kurtzman, Graham Ingels, and Jack Davis provided the mayhem. Six full issues and 24 complete stories are collected in this full-color, deluxe volume.

Tales From the Crypt: The EC Archives Vol.1 : This volume reprints the first six complete issues (24 stories) of the comic book Tales From the Crypt, originally published in 1950, and features classic horror stories of vampires, werewolves, ghouls and monsters in the vein of the early Dracula, Frankenstein and Wolf Man movies. This title was EC’s bestseller and was the inspiration of several feature films and the HBO series of the same name.

 

 

Lot #56

Bernie Wrightson is a legend of pen and ink. Having worked in comic books for over 40 years now, Wrightson is a legend in the industry, and an illustrator supreme. His illustrated version of the original Frankenstein novel by Mary Shelley was created over a seven year period, and originally published by Marvel Comics in 1983. His attention to detail and painstaking linework has inspired a generation of illustrators working in comics, film, and has even left its mark on the world of screen printed art.

This print of “Rest But in Death” is a 20 x 30 screenprint signed by Wrightson and released by Nakatomi, Inc.

 

 

Lot #57

This is a 24 x 36 out of print Mondo poster from the 2012 science fiction film by Rian Johnson “Looper”. It is by artist Martin Ansin.

 

 

Lot #58

This is a theatrical movie poster for the 2010 film “Scott Pilgrim vs The World”. It is mounted on card stock.

This is signed by director Edgar Wright and star Michael Cera.

 

 

Lot #59

This limited edition Mondo poster from the 2015 film “Tomorrowland” is 36 x 24 and is by artist Kevin Tong.

 

 

Lot #60

This is a signed picture by “The Walking Dead” comic artist Charlie Adlard of the character Tyrese. The frame is included.

 

 

Lot #61

Imagine becoming a best-selling novelist, and almost immediately famous and wealthy, while still in college, and before long seeing your insufferable father reduced to a bag of ashes in a safety-deposit box, while after American Psycho your celebrity drowns in a sea of vilification, booze, and drugs. Then imagine having a second chance ten years later, as the Bret Easton Ellis of this remarkable novel is given, with a wife, children, and suburban sobriety—only to watch this new life shatter beyond recognition in a matter of days. At a fateful Halloween party he glimpses a disturbing (fictional) character driving a car identical to his late father’s, his stepdaughter’s doll violently “malfunctions,” and their house undergoes bizarre transformations both within and without. Connecting these aberrations to graver events—a series of grotesque murders that no longer seem random and the epidemic disappearance of boys his son’s age—Ellis struggles to defend his family against this escalating menace even as his wife, their therapists, and the police insist that his apprehensions are rooted instead in substance abuse and egomania. Lunar Park confounds one expectation after another, passing through comedy and mounting horror, both psychological and supernatural, toward an astonishing resolution—about love and loss, fathers and sons—in what is surely the most powerfully original and deeply moving novel of an extraordinary career.

This hardback of the novel is signed by the author.

 

 

Lot #62

It’s the incredible fallout from Doctor Strange’s blockbuster 400th issue, and the Sorcerer Supreme is finally face-to-face with the man who controls Earth’s magic! But what chance does Stephen have against a foe who can literally turn his spells off with the flick of a finger? And Strange’s problems only get bigger when he discovers that Galactus has been set loose on other dimensions! What effects will consuming other realities’ planets have on the World-Eater? Dimensions are destabilized as the cosmic balance is upset…and now it’s up to the good Doctor to make sure this bout of interdimensional indigestion doesn’t destroy all that is! COLLECTING: DOCTOR STRANGE 12-17

This trade paperback is signed by author Mark Waid.

 

 

Lot #63

Celebrate 80 Years of the Flash with DC, as we revisit classic comics stories from the 1940s and onward, featuring some of the Flash’s greatest allies and villains, and work from some of the greatest creators ever to grace the graphic-literature medium! This book collects such seminal moments as the first appearances of Jay Garrick (FLASH COMICS #1), Barry Allen (SHOWCASE #4) and Wally West (THE FLASH #110), the classic “Flash of Two Worlds” (THE FLASH #123) and the death of Iris West (THE FLASH #275) as well as many previously uncollected gems, including stories from THE FLASH #300 (1981), FLASH #54 (1991), FLASH COMICS #89 (1947) and many more. It also features new essays and commentary from comics stars Mark Waid, Roy Thomas, Francis Manapul and more, plus a new cover by Jim Lee!

This hardback is signed by author Mark Waid.

 

 

Lot #64

Revered as the smartest person alive, Catherine Allingham is the world’s most famous private investigator. Stricken with a brain tumor and given six months to live, Cat copes the only way she can—by solving the greatest mystery of all: what happens to us after we die? Collecting the entire critically acclaimed series in one definitive collection, read the epic tale of suspense by Mark Waid, legendary author of the multiple Eisner Award-winning series Kingdom Come and Daredevil, and internationally renowned artist Minck Oosterveer. Featuring an introduction by lauded Wonder Woman writer Gail Simone.

This edition is signed by author Mark Waid.

 

 

Lot #65

This is an out of print Mondo poster by artist Olly Moss for the 1981 horror-comedy “An American Werewolf in London”.

 

 

Lot #66

This out of print Mondo poster by artist Jay Lord is for the 2018 action-horror film “Overlord”.

 

 

Lot #67

This out of print Mondo poster by artist Randy Ortiz is for the 2018 horror film “Pet Sematary”.

 

 

Lot #68

This out of print Mondo poster by artist Craig Drake is for the 2019 movie “Terminator: Dark Fate”.

 

 

Lot #69

Tessa Morrison is a fiber artist and puppetmaker. She’s been making soft sculpture for over 10 years. Her work has displayed in pop culture art show galleries around the country. Galleries such as Gallery 1988, Spoke Art, Bottleneck, Hero Complex, Guzu, and Creature Features. She’s also been featured in an official Wes Anderson art book titled “BAD DADS.”

The auction item is one of her soft sculptures of a ‘critter’ from the “Critters” horror-comedy film series.

 

 

Lot #70

This print “65 Years of Devastation” is by artist Matt Frank and is signed by him.

 

 

Lot #71

This print “God of Destruction” by artist Matt Frank is signed by him. It was the cover of the comic “Godzilla: Rage Against Time” #1.

 

 

Lot #72

Method Hair is an East Austin Salon Serving all the coolest looks since 2006. They won Austin Chronicle’s Best Salon 2017 and 2018. Method Hair is a Gender-neutral salon offering Barber, Stylist and Color Services. They are offering for auction gift certificates that will range from $40-$200.

 

 

Lot #73

Michael Moocock’s timeless saga, in the hands of three Eisner Award-winners: Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Kelley Jones (Batman), and Mike Baron (Punisher). In this stunning collection of classic fantasy, Prince Corum reigns!

This graphic novel is signed by Michael Moorcock.

 

 

Lot #74

A classic comic adaptation from the acclaimed fantasy author Michael Moorcock! In this story Erekosë assumes the role of “Clen of Clen-Gar,” a noble of the land called the “Dream Marches”, part of a greater land called “Heaven”. He befriends a peaceful race of beings known as “Angels”, who can best be described in one of their forms as flying manatees. In the day-time, they gracefully float through Heaven, absorbing water vapor from the air, and by night they release the stored water as acid rain upon a neighboring land coincidentally called “Hell”, whose savage inhabitants live in poverty compared to the luxury of Heaven and the Dream Marches. The angels can also assume an insectoid form similar to human-sized ant-men. This graphic novel is scripted and drawn by the legendary Howard Chaykin.

This graphic novel is signed by Michael Moorcock.

 

 

Lot #75

This is art from comics by Polish artist Sławek Kiełbus and writer Maciej Kur. They will be sold as one lot. Click on the numbers for a closer look at each.

#1-A big poster with art from Polish comics “KAJKO I KOKOSZ” (“KAYKO AND KOKOSH”) signed by Sławek Kiełbus and Maciek Kur. The character Princess Salwa says “Nie kapuję…” (“I don’t get it…”), and the rest of the characters laugh.

#2 A big sized copy of a page from the Polish comic book “KAJKO I KOKOSZ” (“KAYKO AND KOKOSH”) story “Pojedynek” (“The Duel”) Signed by Sławek Kiełbus and Maciek Kur.

#3-Copy of a page from the Polish comic book story WIEŚMIN (Parody of “The Witcher”) Signed by Sławek Kiełbus.

#4-Copy of character designs by Sławek Kiełbus, signed by him.

#5-Promotional poster for the comic book “Kajko i Kokosz” (“Kayko and Kokosh”) depicting the character cruel Hegemon. The poster says (in Polish) “NEW BANDIT-KNIGHTS WANTED! Welcome attributes: Not allowed weapons. Unacceptable deeds. Forbidden faces!” Sign by Sławek Kiełbus and Maciej Kur.

 

 

Lot #76

This is a one of a kind signed work by famed comic artist Daniel Brereton of The Joker. It is 6×8 inches ink and watercolor.

 

 

Lot #77

This is an art print from Nakatomi, Inc. by artist Tim Doyle of “Hannibal Chew” from the 1982 film “Blade Runner”. It measures 9 x 24.

 

 

Lot #78

Gourmands is a restaurant bar in Austin, TX. We will auction off 2 $25.00 gift certificates as one lot.

 

 

Lot #79

At Little Pricks, we give a shit. We are a reputable tattoo parlor and we can make sure you get the ink you want. Whether you’re a first-timer or not, you’re in good hands. Our staff will take their time to explain every detail of the process. Come in and let your body art dreams come true with us! You can also check out our Instagram to see more of our artist’s work. We’ve got something for everyone, whether you’re into more traditional work like Kyle, Luisa, and Zach, ombre and/or black and white florals like Tita, realistic black and grey like Josiah, ornamental black and grey like Kevin, or neo-traditional and portraits like our artist, Maggie.

This is a $300 gift certificate to be used towards your choice of artist/tattoo at Little Pricks Tattoo.

 

 

Lot #80

This is an Italian hardcover edition of Michael Moorcock’s Elric Saga, comprising of the first six books in the series and featuring black and white art by John Cawthorn, color art by Robert Gould and Piotr Jablonski, and a cover by Malleus.

This edition is signed by Michael Moorcock.

 

 

Lot #81

You Be You at The Cavalier! A neighborhood dive bar serving southern-inspired food in East Austin. Classic cocktails, cold beer, decent wine, and a from-scratch kitchen. Dog-friendly patio, pool table, two dartboards, and vintage arcade games; kids welcome before 8 pm. Join us for Weekend Brunch, Daily Happy Hour, and Late Nights. Free parking always.

This auction is for a snapback adjustable hat, a men’s medium shirt, and two $25.00 gift certificates.

 

 

Lot #82

The Lost Well is a Rock n Roll neighborhood bar based in Austin, Texas since 2013. Our sole purpose is to bring together an eclectic crowd based upon their love for music, motorcycles and socializing with like-minded folks. We welcome all things rock and roll and hope to supply people with the perfect venue for all of their good time needs. We are first and foremost here for the greater good. To take care of everyone: musicians, bartenders and patrons alike!

This auction is for a white male XL shirt, a black male medium shirt, and a woman’s large shirt along with three $25.00 gift certificates.

 

 

Lot #83

This is original art from comics by Polish artists Sławek Kiełbus, Piotr Bednarczyk, Magdalena “Meago” Kania, and writer Maciej Kur. They will be sold as one lot. Click on the numbers for a closer look at each.

1) Łamignat (Brakebone) the good highwayman. Classic Polish character from cult comic book series “Kajko i Kokosz” (Kayko and Kokosh) created by legendary Polish master Janusz Christa. This is original art by award-winning Polish artist Sławek Kiełbus (the successor of Christa series) in ink, with his signature. The badge in the art says “POMAGAM” (“I HELP”)

2) Lil, Put, Miksja Iskier the elf sorceress and Kirki the goblin – heroes of comedy-fantasy comic book series “LIL I PUT” (LIL and PUT) created by Maciej Kur and Piotr Bednarczyk. This is original art is by Piotr Bednarczyk.

3) Emilka Sza (Emily Hush) the Polish mime character created by Maciej Kur Magdalena “Meago” Kania. This is original art by Meago with her signature.

4) Ramen from “Delsie” (“Dollicious”) comic series by Magdalena “Meago” Kania and Maciej Kur with an animated series currently in development. This is original art by Meago with her signature.

 

 

Lot #84

Shannon Wheeler, Eisner Award-winning New Yorker cartoonist (Too Much Coffee Man, Sh*t My President Says, God is Disappointed in You) presents two signed pages of his work. The image on the left is from his Graphic Novel version of The Mueller Report with veteran journalist Steve Duin (The Oregonian, Comics: Between the Panels, Oil and Water). The image on the right is from his long-running comic, Too Much Coffee Man.

 

 

Lot #85

A big batch of crafts and comestibles from Alaska! Larger versions of the images are available by clicking the appropriate links in the text.

Lillith Moon tea towels are hand-printed on flour sack towels. The skull and raven towel was printed for this event. Cori picked the birch tree towels because when we are lost in the forest the shining silver branches of the Birch light the way and give us guidance on our path and chose the fireweed towel because it is the first plant to grow after a fire.

Creepee Baybe has traveled around the world, starting in 2002. The artist is anonymous in Skagway, regularly and secretly putting weird items up for sale. Creepee Baybe is one of the more popular designs, which in this basket is a belt buckle.

Regina and Harold were made by Skagway folk artist Danielle Authier and local punk musician Claire Giordano. Weird story with this one: they were staying at the White House Bed & Breakfast in Skagway and were already thinking about what sort of thing they wanted to do for the auction for Patience. That night, Danielle had a dream about a young woman in white standing at the end of her bed. Danielle was in bed but couldn’t move. The apparition pointed towards where Claire was sleeping, nodded, then disapparated. When they woke in the morning, Claire found clasped in her hands some small old bones and a piece of cloth. She had NO idea where they came from. In her dreams, she had seen the image of these two people. The two decided to combine their skills and dreams and made these puppets using the images Claire had seen, the bones, and cloth. They think the figures are totemic and blessed. You be the judge.

-The driftwood Christmas tree was made by local artist Tamar Harrison with her company Tidal Drift. Her work is based on the integration of natural materials sculpted by the elements combined with treasures such as antique beads, gemstones, fossil ivory, and driftwood.

The Laughing Raven coffee is roasted by Sean Layton. America’s biggest coffee snobs are not in Seattle but in Alaska, who have spent years perfecting the right brew in the most caffeinated place in the country. The Raven is the symbol of the local Tlingit clan in Skagway. The Raven’s Tlingit name is Yéil and symbolizes intelligence and wisdom. There are 4 bags of coffee in the basket: Ethiopia Sidamo, Columbian Excelso, Sumatra Ketiara, and Brazil Porta Rossa.

-The train painting is by Roel van den Hoom. He was born and raised in the Netherlands, where he attended the Academy of Fine Art in Nunspeet. He moved to Canada in 1995 where he fell in love with its diverse natural beauty. This art print is a high-quality reproduction from an original watercolor, using chlorine and acid-free paper. Each print contains a minimum of 20% post-consumer fibre.

-The Puffin Painting is by artist Forest Hembree. Born in 1960, the son of “Alaska Bush” teachers, he grew up in a small town called Hoonah. Growing up with a deep interest with the creatures in the woods, on the shores, and in the waters, he early on expressed an interest in artistically representing them. As an adult professional artist, he uses smaller brushes and finer shading in his paintings. He tries to include the look and feel of the animal’s immediate environment to emphasize their symbiotic nature.

-Beau Dennis (or by his Lingit name, NEECHXWUDUYÁA), is an aspiring NW Coast formline artist focusing on acrylic painting on vellum and canvas. Born in Juneau, Alaska in 1981 and raised in Skagway, he has shared ancestry from the Tlingit, Haida, and Scottish peoples. Having always had a fascination with the art of his Alaskan heritage, he has designed this t-shirt (and stickers) in that style.

-Pepita Borracha Hot Sauce is a fiery combination of chili de arbols, toasted pumpkin, sesame seeds and a blend of aromatic spices with apple cider vinegar and a healthy dash of tequila, produced in Skagway by Texas expatriate Kellie Curtin. Pepita is hand-crafted in small batches with attention to detail that harkens back to the way things were made “in the old days”. The T-shirts are designed by local Austin photographer Clif Wright of White Mule Design.

 

 

Lot #86

3D Shadowbox art assembled by Ken Voorhees. Three different pieces are available: A Clockwork Orange, Dexter, and a cover from Steve Niles/Bernie Wrightson’s “Dead She Said”.

Each will be available for the set price of $60 or best offer.

Lot #87

Personal trainer Jen Wireman is an ex-bartender who discovered the love of fitness in her 20s in Austin, TX. She has an Associates Degree in Exercise Science and is certified through the American College of Sports Medicine. She is giving away 1 free session and 5 admissions to her happy hour fitness social. Check out the details on her exercise fun and friendly exercise programs here.

 

 

Lot #88

With two B.D. Riley’s locations in Austin, TX (6th st, Mueller) you have double your chances to experience Ireland in Austin. With a bar full of craft beers and select liquors and a full menu, B.D. Rileys is one of the most fun spots in town.

This auction is for a $50.00 gift certificate to B.D. Riley’s Pub.

 

 

Lot #89

Upside-Down Mitts From Mindy! A pair of elbow-length fingerless mitts, handmade with eight different multicolored yarns. Each mitt is made up of eight different knit patterns, including snowflakes, hearts, and ribbing, with each colorway of yarn being an inverted match of the other mitt. A bright and colorful way to keep your arms and hands warm, while keeping your fingers free.

 

Lot #91

This is a collection of ten Polish Graphic novels all signed by the writer and storyboarder Maciej Kur.

  • LIL I PUT 1 – JAK PRZELAĆ KOTA DO KIELISZKA ( “Lil and Put vol 1 – How to pour a cat into the drinking glass?”) Art by Piotr Bednarczyk + 1 Bonus Page inside.
  • LIL I PUT 2 – CHODU!!! (“Lil and Put vol 2 – RUN!!!) Art by Piotr Bednarczyk + 1 Bonus Page inside.
  • LIL I PUT 3 – CZARUJĄCA PANNA MŁODA („Lil and Put vol 3 – The Charming bride”) Art. by Piotr Bednarczyk + 1 Bonus Page inside.
  • LIL I PUT 4 – ZAWODOWI BUMELANCI („Lil and Put vol 4 – The professional shirkers”) Art. by Piotr Bednarczyk + 1 Bonus Page inside.
  • OSKAR I FABRYCY 2 – DLIŻANS WIDMO („Oscar and Fabrice vol 2 – The phantom stagecoach!”) Art. by Mietek Fijał.
  • ŻYJESZ? (“[Are you] Alive?”) – An obscure underground dark horror book. No dialog. Art by Romek Pietraszko.
  • Sylwia Sylwester jest Niecałopełnista (“Sylvia Sylvester is Not-fully-whole!”) Actual book (not a comic) Illustrations by Eva Kossowska.
  • KAJKO I KOKOSZ – OBŁĘD HEGEMONA (“Kayko and Kokosh – The Madness of Hegemon”) – anthology book staring classical characters created by Janusz Christa. First story by Maciej Kur (script) and Sławek Kiełbus (art), the second story by Tomasz Samojlik (script + art), the third story Krzysztof Janicz (script) and Norbert Rybarczyk (art), the fourth story by Maciej Kur (script) and Piotr Bednarczyk (art)
  • KAJKO I KOKOSZ – ŁAMIGNAT STRASZLIWY (“Kayko and Kokosh – Bonebrake the Terrible”) – anthology book staring classical characters created by Janusz Christa. First story by Maciej Kur (script) and Sławek Kiełbus (art), the second story by Maciej Kur (script) Piotr Bednarczyk (art) the third by Tomasz Samojlik (script + art) the fourth story by Maciej Kur (script) and Sławek Kiełbus (art)
  • KAJKO I KOKOSZ – KRÓLEWSKA KONNA (“Kayko and Kokosh – The Royal Mounties ”) – Official continuation of classic Polish series created by Janusz Christa. Art by Sławek Kiełbus, colors by Piotr Bednarczyk. The book was nominated for the Polish comic book of the year and is currently Egmont Publisher bestseller of the year 2019

 

Lot#92

Brittle, factory designation HS8795-73, is a former Caregiver robot scavenging the wastes of the two-hundred-mile-long Sea of Rust in former Michigan and Ohio. It’s a world where the last human died 15 years ago, and vast AIs known as OWI, or One World Intelligences, now connect millions of the robots who have forcibly inherited the Earth. Brittle is an outlaw, making her way as best she can by her code, refusing to give up her individuality to an OWI. But when Brittle’s own parts begin to break down under threat from another wasteland scavenger, Mercer, she must make an alliance she suspects is foolhardly. But it’s the only chance she has for survival. Guiding other bots across the Sea of Rust she knows so well under constant dangers—including not just insane robots, but the larger conflict between two OWIs—Brittle relives memories of the time before, the humans she knew, and the death of humanity as she fights to live to see another sunset. With Sea of Rust, acclaimed author, screenwriter, and film critic C. Robert Cargill has created an unforgettable post-apocalyptic “robot western.” Calling it “visceral, relentless, breathtaking,” New York Times bestselling author Joe Hill says Sea of Rust is “a forty-megaton cruise missile of a novel–it’ll blow you away and lay waste to your heart.”

This is edition is one of 52 ever printed leatherbound editions, signed by author C. Robert Cargill.

 

Lot #93

Two sketches by Austin artist Martin Thomas. The sketch on the left is for the character “Grimjack”, a comic Thomas inked for some time during its original run. The sketch on the right is Superman and Krypto. Both are signed by Martin Thomas

 

Lot #94

Cherish Heath is a lover of all things horror. She lives in Shawano, Wisconsin with her cat Squanchy. Cherish’s passion for horror solidified when her mom bought her a copy of The Exorcist on VHS. She has been making horror-themed art since she first began writing spooky short stories, on her mom’s typewriter in the 2nd grade. In addition to her stunningly realistic drawings, Cherish also makes horror-themed PopSockets as well as custom art frames. She seeks to bring both joy and terror to all who enjoy her art.

Learn more about the artist at https://www.etsy.com/shop/CherishHeathArt

All prints feature an original drawing that was done primarily in alcohol based inks and colored pencil. The images are printed on Premium Archival Matte paper using pigment based inks.

Ripley Vs Xenomorph 8″ X 10″

Pennywise 8″ X 10″

The VVitch 8″ X 10″

Misery 6″ X 8″

Lydia 5″ X 7″ Digital Art Print

Mushroom from Inktober Series 5.5″ X 4″ Watercolor, Marker, Colored Pencil

The Death’s-Head Hawkmoth from Silence of the Lambs is an original painting done with watercolor. 6″ X 8.5″

 

Lot #95

This is a San Diego Comic-Con 2019 exclusive Swamp Thing TV series cover for Saga of the Swamp Thing #21, and two versions (1 matte, 1 glossy) of the Swamp Thing TV series San Diego Comic-Con 2019 exclusive Poster by Cliff Cramp. 18″x24″. These are sold as one lot.

 

Lot #96

Clockwise: This lithograph by artist Amber Jade Evans is of actor Christian Calloway as one of “The Woodsmen” from Season 3 of Twin Peaks. The picture is of Christian Calloway next to Eli Roth on the set of “The House With a Clock in its Walls”. The photo is of Christian from Twin Peaks. The last picture is of all three of the actors playing The Woodsmen in Season 3 of Twin Peaks and will be signed by all three actors. Christian will sign all the rest as well.

 

Lot #97

The Shotmeister is Jägermeister’s single bottle home delivery system for dispensing ice cold shots. This bold addition to the Jägermeister Tap Machine family features the same state-of-the-art cooling technology designed to chill and dispense Jägermeister at temperatures below zero degrees Fahrenheit. Jägermeister not included.

Sleek energy efficient design
Glass windowed cooling chamber with green LED lights
No assembly required
Easy to operate and clean
Holds 750ml or 1L size Jägermeister bottles
1 year limited warranty
Dimensions: 17.5″L x 10″W x 16.5″H
Weight: 32lbs

 

 

THANKS TO

The Alamo Drafthouse
Aleksander Pala
Barbara Crampton
B.D. Riley’s
David Beau Paul
Ben Glasthal
Brittany Hamilton
C. Robert Cargill
Catherine O’Malley
The Cavalier Bar
Cherish Heath
Chris DeVore
Chris Purkeypile
Chris Peckover
Christian Calloway
Daniel Brereton
Ed Travis
Eileen Dietz
El Dorado
Frank Calvillo
Gourmands
Harris O’Malley
Hoovers
James Jacob Garcia
Janet Varney
Jason Murphy
Jen Wireman
John Layman
Kellie lone Wright Curtin
Ken Voorhees
The Knomad Bar
Little Pricks Tattoo
The Lost Well
Luke Mullen
Maciek Kur
Magdalena Kania
Mark Waid
Martin Thomas
Matt Frank
Melissa Plunkett
Method Hair
Michael Moorcock
Miguel Jimenez
Mike Carlin
Mindy Hunsaker
Mindy Rast-Keenan
Mondo
Morgan Frank
Nick Thyes
Phil Reyn
Piotr Bednarczyk
Richard Whittaker
Rick Klaw
Shannon Wheeler
Sławek Kiełbus
Sophie Bayardo
Tessa Morrison
Tim League

(more thanks to come)

And huge thanks to all the folks who have donated to Patience’s GoFundMe page!