The Other Realms Cherry Blossom Usagi LImited Print is 11"x17" on 110# weight paper and can not be rolled for shipping. There will be an additional charge of $18.00 for all USPS Priority Mailed prints (U.S). International orders please inquire for additional shipping charges.
Prints will be mailed out the week of December 12, 2016.
If you are not able to be at the shop for Stan Sakai's appearance, please indicate if you would like your print signed.
There will be plenty of merchandise on hand for Stan Sakai to sign including an exclusive to Other Realms Cherry Blossom Usagi LImited Print shown below!
To conclude our 2016 guest comic book creators series,
please join us in welcoming Stan Sakai to our store!
Originally from Hawaii, Stan Sakai began his comic book career by lettering, starting with Groo for Sergio Aragonés. His work led him to meet Stan Lee, who asked him to letter for Spiderman Sunday comics, which he did for over 30 years.
Sakai is most famous for his original creation of Usagi Yojimbo, the epic saga of Miyamoto Usagi, a samurai rabbit living in late-sixteenth and early-seventeenth-century Japan. His work on Usagi has led to multiple awards, including several Eisner's. Since then, Usagi has been featured on television with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and has been named as one of the top comic book characters of all time.
Follow Stan Sakai on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and read his recent articles to see what's coming up next
SORRY PRE-ORDERS ARE COMPLETE
OTHER REALMS CHERRY BLOSSOM LIMITED PRINT ORDER FORM
Saturday, December 10, 2016
12 noon to 2:00pm
CheeHoo Books will be on hand to authenticate signatures and submit comics books to CGC.
Pre-order your exclusive Usagi Cherry Blossom Limited Edition Print today!
Only 200 will be made.
Pre-Order Price SORRY, PRE-ORDERS ARE COMPLETED.
Call 808-596-8236, go into the store or use the form below to order yours today!
"I think Usagi Yojimbo is one of the most original, innovative, well-executed comicbooks anywhere to be found. Stan's style of artwork, his crisp incisive writing, and his thoroughly professional pacing, all done in a relaxed and absorbed manner, have provided comics with something so rarely seen in this field--a new literary and artistic approach to illustrated storytelling."