ORDER NOW! Order your SIDESHOW fine art giclée print titled Wonder Woman #750: WWII AP limited edition based on artwork by J. Scott Campbell and produced by Sideshow Inc. The fine art print features artwork as seen on Wonder Woman #750 JScottCampbell.com EXCLUSIVE variant C (2020). Available as a giclée print on paper, unframed. All prints are signed by J. Scott Campbell.
LIMITED EDITION: 25 PRINTS
Limited to 1 print per order
AP Edition Giclée print on paper, unframed - SIGNED Officially licensed by DC Comics Limited edition of 25 All prints are numbered "AP 'x' / 25" 18" x 24" fine art giclée print (unframed) 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM Epson archival inks Embossed seal of authenticity Hand-signed by J. Scott Campbell This print is SOLD OUT on Sideshow.com
Release Date: 2020
Due to the nature of producing fine art prints, crop marks or trim marks can sometimes be seen on the edges. Such marks are expected and hidden once the artwork is framed. Placement of the signature, numbering, and embossed seal, which all are done by hand, will differ slightly with each print.
Please allow 14-21 days for delivery once order processing begins. Fulfillment start date may be adjusted to accommodate high sales volume.
Pricing of SIGNED items includes the signature fee: a $30 value per item.
Signed fine art prints are autographed by J. Scott Campbell.
Fine art prints ship rolled in a 4 inch diameter tube unless noted otherwise.
Due to the limited inventory, the items are sold as is. Products have been reviewed for quality control and priced accordingly. No exchange, refunds, or returns.
Ships to addresses in the United States and Canada. Suggested pricing. Subject to change prior to launch. We do not combine orders. Due to the size and format of the product, we ship fine art prints separately from other products. Any additional products added to an order with a fine art print will result in a separate shipment and additional shipping fees. Combining different product types in your cart may result in higher shipping fees - see the FAQ. In order to inspect the prints for quality control and have them signed by the artist, we must handle the prints, have them signed, and re-packaged. As such, the prints may display slight visual indicators of having been handled. This is normal and does not qualify as a reason for a refund.