How do I use a Discount Code on the web store?
Instructions to apply a discount code during checkout are provide here.
Are signed items actually signed by J. Scott Campbell?
Yes. This store is owned by J. Scott Campbell Studios, LLC and all signed items are hand signed by the artist himself.
Can I have items personalized/dedicated?
Though this is Scott's store, he does not work out of this location. All signed items are pre-signed and cannot be personalized.
Could Mr. Campbell please do a small sketch on my book/print?
As indicated above, Scott does not work out of this location and due to his very busy schedule does very little sketching anymore. You may be able to get on a sketch list at certain conventions, but you would need to inquire once there. (See question 7).
What are the comic grading terms?
Comic grading terms relate to the existing condition of the comic. In order from best to poorest quality. For more information on comic grading, click here.
I can't find an exclusive or variant cover on your site
It may have sold out. Checkout the Warehouse Finds section for older products we may still have a few copies of.
How are your prints shipped?
We typically ship our 11 x 17 and 13 x 19 prints flat. Prints with dimensions larger that 13 x19 are rolled and shipped in a tube.
Do you ship internationally? (Answer subject to change, if shipping changes)
Yes, we do ship internationally by USPS International First Class Mail. Delivery typically takes 2 to 4 weeks once shipped.
I would like to get a commissioned piece of artwork from J. Scott Campbell. How would I go about doing that?
Due to his very busy schedule, Scott is not accepting any commission work at this time. Fans seeking an original piece of artwork can inquire through his art dealer, Cory at cory[@]jscottcampbell.com
I’m going to be at an upcoming convention and would like to get on the sketch/commission list.
Scott does not compile sketch/commission lists prior to a convention. Occasionally sketches are prepared in advance for a convention. Inquire early at the convention since supplies are very limited.
Can I get your approval to have one of your drawings done as a tattoo?
Utilizing artwork of J. Scott Campbell for merchandising, mass-production or and reproduction of his art is strictly prohibited. Single reproduction for the purpose of a tattoo is acceptable. Please contact us to inquire about licensing opportunities.