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Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition comic books

  • Issue #1GOLD
    Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1GOLD Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1GOLD

    Gold Expanded Edition - Limited to 600 Copies.

    Published by The Waverly Press in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim. 48 pages, B&W. NOTE: I have waited 43 years to see Cerebus No.1 the way it was supposed to look. Thanks to Sean Michael Robinson and The Waverly Press that wait is now over." - Dave Sim

    Story and art by Dave Sims. Art Restoration by Sean Michael Robinson.

    In December 1977, Deni Loubert published Cerebus No.1, Dave Sims comic book that followed the adventures of a short-tempered, barbarian Aardvark. Originally conceived as a parody of Barry Windsor-Smiths masterfully illustrated Conan the Barbarian (which was a big hit for Marvel Comics in the 1970s), Sim quickly developed his own voice as a storyteller and illustrator, eventually abandoning the typical self-contained, single-issue adventures, in favor of elaborate story-arcs spanning dozens of issues.

    The early 1980s saw the popularity of Cerebus rapidly grow, igniting a revolution among self-motivated artists and storytellers who were looking for ways to go it alone, outside of the corporate structure of the big two publishers of the day, Marvel and DC Comics. Dave Sim, by now regarded as the leading maverick in the field, helped pave the way for a new generation of self-publishers, including Kevin Eastman and Peter Lairds Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jeff Smiths Bone, Colleen Dorans A Distant Soil, and the Image Comics revolution! Along the way, Cerebus cemented its place as one of the most intelligently written, and influential comic books of all time.

    Though the series ended in 2004 with issue No. 300 after more than 6,000 pages of story and art, Cerebus still enjoys a loyal following of readers to this day. In fact, intense collector demand has driven prices of the first issue to thousands of dollars!

    The Waverly Press, in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim, present this groundbreaking series, from the moment where it all began, with stunning, remastered art, available in two editions. The STANDARD 24 page book reproduces the original 1977 edition as Dave Sim intended. The 48 page EXPANDED edition features the original story with an additional 24 pages of art and rarities from the Cerebus Archive, with all new captions by Dave Sim. The 48 page expanded edition comes in two cover variants, the GOLD cover, and PLATINUM signed & numbered cover. The Waverly Press editions were produced in very limited quantities and will not be reprinted or widely distributed.

    Cover price $20.00.

  • Issue #1PLAT
    Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1PLAT Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1PLAT

    Platinum Expanded (and Signed) Edition - Limited to 800 Copies.

    Published by The Waverly Press in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim. 48 pages, B&W. NOTE: I have waited 43 years to see Cerebus No.1 the way it was supposed to look. Thanks to Sean Michael Robinson and The Waverly Press that wait is now over." - Dave Sim

    Story and art by Dave Sims. Art Restoration by Sean Michael Robinson.

    In December 1977, Deni Loubert published Cerebus No.1, Dave Sims comic book that followed the adventures of a short-tempered, barbarian Aardvark. Originally conceived as a parody of Barry Windsor-Smiths masterfully illustrated Conan the Barbarian (which was a big hit for Marvel Comics in the 1970s), Sim quickly developed his own voice as a storyteller and illustrator, eventually abandoning the typical self-contained, single-issue adventures, in favor of elaborate story-arcs spanning dozens of issues.

    The early 1980s saw the popularity of Cerebus rapidly grow, igniting a revolution among self-motivated artists and storytellers who were looking for ways to go it alone, outside of the corporate structure of the big two publishers of the day, Marvel and DC Comics. Dave Sim, by now regarded as the leading maverick in the field, helped pave the way for a new generation of self-publishers, including Kevin Eastman and Peter Lairds Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jeff Smiths Bone, Colleen Dorans A Distant Soil, and the Image Comics revolution! Along the way, Cerebus cemented its place as one of the most intelligently written, and influential comic books of all time.

    Though the series ended in 2004 with issue No. 300 after more than 6,000 pages of story and art, Cerebus still enjoys a loyal following of readers to this day. In fact, intense collector demand has driven prices of the first issue to thousands of dollars!

    The Waverly Press, in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim, present this groundbreaking series, from the moment where it all began, with stunning, remastered art, available in two editions. The STANDARD 24 page book reproduces the original 1977 edition as Dave Sim intended. The 48 page EXPANDED edition features the original story with an additional 24 pages of art and rarities from the Cerebus Archive, with all new captions by Dave Sim. The 48 page expanded edition comes in two cover variants, the GOLD cover, and PLATINUM signed & numbered cover. The Waverly Press editions were produced in very limited quantities and will not be reprinted or widely distributed.

    Cover price $30.00.

  • Issue #1PROMO
    Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1PROMO Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1PROMO

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    Promotional Copy Edition - Limited to 200 Copies.

    Published by The Waverly Press in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim. 48 pages, B&W. NOTE: "This is what Cerebus No. 1 was supposed to look like back in 1977." Dave Sim, 2020

    Story and art by Dave Sims. Art Restoration by Sean Michael Robinson.

    In December 1977, Deni Loubert published Cerebus No.1, Dave Sims comic book that followed the adventures of a short-tempered, barbarian Aardvark. Originally conceived as a parody of Barry Windsor-Smiths masterfully illustrated Conan the Barbarian (which was a big hit for Marvel Comics in the 1970s), Sim quickly developed his own voice as a storyteller and illustrator, eventually abandoning the typical self-contained, single-issue adventures, in favor of elaborate story-arcs spanning dozens of issues.

    The early 1980s saw the popularity of Cerebus rapidly grow, igniting a revolution among self-motivated artists and storytellers who were looking for ways to go it alone, outside of the corporate structure of the big two publishers of the day, Marvel and DC Comics. Dave Sim, by now regarded as the leading maverick in the field, helped pave the way for a new generation of self-publishers, including Kevin Eastman and Peter Lairds Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jeff Smiths Bone, Colleen Dorans A Distant Soil, and the Image Comics revolution! Along the way, Cerebus cemented its place as one of the most intelligently written, and influential comic books of all time.

    Though the series ended in 2004 with issue No. 300 after more than 6,000 pages of story and art, Cerebus still enjoys a loyal following of readers to this day. In fact, intense collector demand has driven prices of the first issue to thousands of dollars!

    The Waverly Press, in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim, present this groundbreaking series, from the moment where it all began, with stunning, remastered art, available in two editions. The STANDARD 24 page book reproduces the original 1977 edition as Dave Sim intended. The 48 page EXPANDED edition features the original story with an additional 24 pages of art and rarities from the Cerebus Archive, with all new captions by Dave Sim. The 48 page expanded edition comes in two cover variants, the GOLD cover, and PLATINUM signed & numbered cover. The Waverly Press editions were produced in very limited quantities and will not be reprinted or widely distributed.

  • Issue #1RED
    Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1RED Cerebus (2020 Waverly Press/Aardvark-Vanaheim) Limited Remastered and Expanded Edition 1RED

    Remastered Edition - Red Standard Cover - Limited Copies Available.

    Published by The Waverly Press in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim. 24 pages, B&W. NOTE: "This is what Cerebus No. 1 was supposed to look like back in 1977." Dave Sim, 2020

    Story and art by Dave Sims. Art Restoration by Sean Michael Robinson.

    In December 1977, Deni Loubert published Cerebus No.1, Dave Sims comic book that followed the adventures of a short-tempered, barbarian Aardvark. Originally conceived as a parody of Barry Windsor-Smiths masterfully illustrated Conan the Barbarian (which was a big hit for Marvel Comics in the 1970s), Sim quickly developed his own voice as a storyteller and illustrator, eventually abandoning the typical self-contained, single-issue adventures, in favor of elaborate story-arcs spanning dozens of issues.

    The early 1980s saw the popularity of Cerebus rapidly grow, igniting a revolution among self-motivated artists and storytellers who were looking for ways to go it alone, outside of the corporate structure of the big two publishers of the day, Marvel and DC Comics. Dave Sim, by now regarded as the leading maverick in the field, helped pave the way for a new generation of self-publishers, including Kevin Eastman and Peter Lairds Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jeff Smiths Bone, Colleen Dorans A Distant Soil, and the Image Comics revolution! Along the way, Cerebus cemented its place as one of the most intelligently written, and influential comic books of all time.

    Though the series ended in 2004 with issue No. 300 after more than 6,000 pages of story and art, Cerebus still enjoys a loyal following of readers to this day. In fact, intense collector demand has driven prices of the first issue to thousands of dollars!

    The Waverly Press, in collaboration with Aardvark-Vanaheim, present this groundbreaking series, from the moment where it all began, with stunning, remastered art, available in two editions. The STANDARD 24 page book reproduces the original 1977 edition as Dave Sim intended. The 48 page EXPANDED edition features the original story with an additional 24 pages of art and rarities from the Cerebus Archive, with all new captions by Dave Sim. The 48 page expanded edition comes in two cover variants, the GOLD cover, and PLATINUM signed & numbered cover. The Waverly Press editions were produced in very limited quantities and will not be reprinted or widely distributed.

    Cover price $10.00.