Acme Archives — the official licensee for original and fine art reproductions for so many of your favorite pieces of pop culture — are returning to San Diego Comic-Con this year, at Booth #5629. They’ll have exclusive artwork for Star Wars and more — and they’ll also have artists on hand all week to sign at their booth, including Jeremy Saliba, Brian Miller, Danny Haas, J.J. Lendl and Christopher Clark. Preorders are also available now for some of the prints.
Here’s a look at their San Diego Comic-Con 2019 exclusives and debuts, with more still to come:
[UPDATE July 8]
Finally, Acme Archives has several more debuts for the convention, including:
“This Time It’s War” by J.J. Lendl. This fine art paper giclee is the epic follow-up to his Alien piece. The paper measures 13″ x 19″ and the edition size is 250 pieces. It will retail for $40.
“The Way He Looks at Me” by Ignacio RC. This fine art lithograph marks Acme’s first work of art made to commemorate the Oscar award winning film The Shape of Water. The paper measures 18″ x 24: and the edition size is 250 pieces. It will also retail for $40.
“Face the Dark Side” by Akirant. This will be available on canvas and paper at different sizes and prices respectively. The canvas is 30″ x 11″ and will be $295 gallery wrapped with an edition size of 95 pieces. The paper giclee is 13″ x 19″ and the edition size is 150 pieces.
“Dark Galaxy” by Steve Thomas. This fine art paper giclee will be 13″ x 19″ with an edition size of 150 pieces.
“Wonder Woman” by famous speedpainter Rob Surette. This will be available on canvas and paper at different sizes and prices respectively. The canvas will be $395 and the paper will be $89. The edition sizes are 95 pieces and 150 pieces respectively.
[UPDATE June 28]
Acme Archives have one more debut for San Diego Comic-Con this year — and it’s big. Like, really big.
They’re bringing a 6.5 ft. x 3 ft. canvas of Han Solo in Carbonite, titled “He’s All Yours, Bounty Hunter” by Craig Skaggs. The piece features the shadows of Boba Fett and Darth Vader loom over him. It’s limited to just 25 pieces in total, and will retail for $1,000.
[UPDATE June 27]
In addition to the SDCC exclusives for Echo Base Root Beer by Steve Thomas and Shiny Return by Steve Thomas, the regular editions will also be debuting at the convention:
[UPDATE June 26]
In addition to their San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, Acme Archives are bringing J.J. Lendl’s Star Wars trilogy set to the convention. It will be limited to 250 pieces, and includes a certificiate of authenticity.
Additionally, artist Brian Miller is releasing his BB-8 and BB-9E. debut, which is also limited to 250 pieces and includes a certificate of authenticity.
[UPDATE June 19]
Echo Base Root Beer by Steve Thomas: This piece is a variant of his latest installment of Iconic Drinks collection, and while it’s the sixth licensed Star Wars drink print in the collection, Thomas has done fake drink “ads” for many other pop culture properties as well. It’s limited to 95, and each comes hand numbered with a certificate of authenticity.
Shiny Return by Steve Thomas: Printed on colored holofoil. This piece must truly be seen in person to grasp its true beauty. It’s limited to 95, and each comes hand-numbered and with a certificate of authenticity.