Monday, November 17, 2014

Mystery Tube Sale from Nakatomi

It’s been 7 months since the last Nakatomi-Wide MYSTERY TUBE SALE, and people’s sanity has returned, and so they’re ready to go AROUND THE WHEEL OF MADNESS AGAIN!

They have more tubes than ever before- about 270, with a few more tubes-worth of prints waiting on stand-by…so hopefully those who want one can get one!

Starting somewhere between noon and 2pm CENTRAL TIME on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18th, we’ll have tubes for purchase for $50 each. Each tube will have 5 prints in it-all suitable for framing. Some are considered ‘scratch/dent’ in that there’s minor printing flaws or a ‘soft’ corner, but nothing that won’t frame out.

The quick and dirty is this- you’ll get 5 random prints from Nakatomi artists past and present, and a shot at some really great bonus prints for $50- on the Nakatomi site HERE. (right now, it’s not listed, but it will be there…)

So, what’s in the pool of awesome that you’ll have a shot at getting this time out?


They will have a print in Doyle’s UnReal Estate Series titled The Big Battle based off Empire Strikes Back that will ONLY be available in this tube sale. Every tube ordered will get one.

This print will never be reprinted or available anywhere else- so if you pass this up, you’ll have to go to the after-market! (don’t do that!)

You are welcome to buy as many tubes as you want- you will receive a copy of one of the exclusive print in each tube. One tube per order- they cannot combine shipping- as they can only fit 5 prints in each tube!

They’ve got Test Sheets! ONE copy of Bernie Wrightson’s ‘Dark as a Dungeon’ on metal- from an edition of 10! This print was only available to a super-small Facebook group, and they’re giving their last remaining copy away! This HEAVY print originally retailed for $150. Plus copies (from an edition of ONLY 2 WORLDWIDE) black and white variants of Doyle’s sold-out Blues Brothers print! LAST copy of the hand-embellished Black and White variant of Doyle’s official ‘BATMAN’ GCPD print! Original art from Doyle.

Last but not least, Tyler Stout’s Lost Boys poster by Mondo from 2007-They picked up this killer print from an old Mondo employee who needed to sell it, and they’re just GIVING it away to one lucky customer!

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