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On 2006-12-10 22:56, Chris SD wrote:
Does anyone know how much a copy of Steranko on Cards would go for if you were to sell it?




I sold my copy several years ago on eBay. It was autographed and brought $200. I've also sold other items that has his artwork on them such as Leigh Brackett's Skaith series that featured Steranko covers. They went for about $50 for 3 paper back books (published in the 70's or 80's).

Any item with Steranko artwork will command good prices. He is one of the best artists of this age.

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Wow, I had no idea. Mine is autograped to me. I don't think I'd part with it though. I also have a Nick Fury and the Agents of Shield #1 autographed. That's another story. The book itself can probably still be had for around $15.
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Isn't the lateral palm based on the Steranko palm? When Carlos Vaquera lectured in the UK at the international magic convention, I remember some great productions he used that he credited to Steranko. I was about 4 or 5 at the time! Though, I have got his video somewhere, he was excellent
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I found this book today at Barry's Magic Shop, which is going out of business and having a 50% off sale. Picked up the 2008 annotated edition, which includes a bonus section with updated handlings, annotations and photos. What a terrific book. Never actually tried that lateral palm before. It seems so bold. It's one of those books where no words are wasted, sort of like Erdnase, so I'm reading each description three times to absorb it all. This was a real find.
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Recently picked up a copy at Magic Inc. if anyone is still looking for a copy, they have it.
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On Dec 7, 2006, pepka wrote:
"or related Marlo clip" Careful, doom surely awaits those who use the "M" word in a post about Steranko.

The book is great. Lots of cool ideas. A shame he didn't publish more.


Given that Jim Steranko had an off-and-on relationship with Stan Lee, I momentarily thought the "M word" you were referring to was "Marvel." Smile
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I had the pleasure of spending some time with Jimmy Steranko several years ago while attending a Bill Kalush Card Conference in New York. At that time I had a great copy of Steranko on Cards with me. Steranko not only autographed it for me--he also drew an illustration of the shadow in it. I recently gave it to my friend Bill Malone.
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