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Johnny Raygun, by Rich Woodall and Matt Talbot

 

Johnny Raygun Special Edition comic, Issue 1, cover signed by Rich Woodall and Matt Talbot.  As described from the Johnny Raygun website:  "It all starts here.  3 short Raygun stories to introduce to the Raygun universe.  We know apologize to everyone for confusing you with the special edition thing.  At the time it seemed like a good idea.  No really, it did."

 

Johnny Raygun Quarterly #1, cover signed by Rich Woodall and Matt Talbot.  This is the debut of Johnny's ongoing series, and this cover has a print run of only 2,500 copies.

 

Johnny Raygun Quarterly #1 Retailers Variant Sketch Cover.  This was originally offered to retailers as a variant incentive cover, and is a limited edition, original art cover.  Pencils are by Rich Woodall, inks by Matt Talbot.  Less than 500 of these special covers exist.

 

Johnny Raygun Quarterly #1 S/N Original Art Cover.  As described from the Johnny Raygun website:  "This is a one of a kind sensation. Only 150 of these will ever exist.  A real piece of hand drawn, hand inked original art as only Rich Woodall and Matt Talbot can team together and produce.  Signed and numbered by Team Raygun.  They're literally one of a kind and we're running out of them!"  This is number 129.

 

Johnny Raygun Quarterly #1 S/N Original Art Cover certificate of authenticity, signed by Jetpack Press Publisher Ralph DiBernardo.

 

Cover of retro Johnny Raygun Quarterly #2.  As described from the Johnny Raygun website:  "This B/W cover is only available in minimal quantites.  Only 500 of these puppies exist so you better claim yours now.  Same awesome story but with a classic 60's style cover.  Do you know what comic we are paying homage to?  We just found that an entire CASE of these were damaged in shipping so now there's even less of them!"  I really like this cover because of the homage it pays to one of my favorite comics of all time, the Uncanny X-Men.

 

Cover of Johnny Raygun Classics.  As described from the Johnny Raygun website:  "This was our contribution to the greatest day in the world, Free Comic Book Day. It's got a story from our original comic, it's got a new story from Woodall & Talbot, it's got a new story written by Woodall & Talbot with pencils from Frankie B Washington and inks by William Renfro.  This is the comic of comics to own."

 

Johnny Raygun Classics - The Paperback Bazaar Edition.  As described from the Johnny Raygun website:  "This super limited edition of the Johnny Raygun Free Comic Book Day Comic was only available at the paperback bazaar on Free Comic Book Day."  Only about 500 of these comics exist.

 

The Guide #48, featuring Johnny Raygun.  From the Small Press Association and Dimestore Publications.

 

Inside the Lines Magazine for February/March 2004.  As described from the Johnny Raygun website:  "The magazine for the Modern Comic Book Creator.  This issue features an interview with Team Raygun and their publisher.  The cover is an all new, all original Woodall and Talbot Raygun Universe cover."

 

   

A Johnny Raygun Christmas card from Christmas 2004, signed by Matt Talbot and Rich Woodall.

 

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