One randomly selected recipient will get an 11x17 single-character commission from ‘Shadowman’ artist Jon Davis-Hunt.
Original art collectors and fans of comic book artist and video game designer Jon Davis-Hunt now have an opportunity they’ll want to pursue.
Valiant Entertainment has launched a giveaway promotion, which was announced today, allowing one randomly selected winner the chance to get a free 11x17 original art commission of a single character completed by the artist of the new “Shadowman” series, which goes on sale at your local comic shop on April 28.
The giveaway is underway, with Valiant already accepting entries. According to a press release from the New York-based publisher, entries will be accepted until March 31 at 11:59 p.m. EST. The winner will be notified via email by 5 p.m. EST on April 1.
Davis-Hunt began drawing comics in 2008, according to his website. In 2014, he worked with writer Gail Simone at DC Comics’ Vertigo to co-create and draw the series “Clean Room,” and he redesigned the WildStorm Universe and partnered with scribe Warren Ellis as the artist on the 24-issue “The Wild Storm” series for DC Comics starting in 2016.
Here’s details of how to submit for the original art commission:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information... Subject Line: Art Contest Include the following in the body of the email... First and last name: Shipping address: Single character art request: Below is an example of how an email entry should look. Email Subject Line: Art Contest First and last name: Cullen Bunn Address: 1234 Deadside Dr New York, NY 10001 Single character art request: X-O Manowar
The requested figure to be drawn does not have to be a Valiant character and there’s no purchase necessary to enter. No more than one entry per person. Valiant states the winner will be mailed their commission within four months of being selected.
“Shadowman” is a supernatural horror series written by Cullen Bunn with colors by Jordie Bellaire and letters by Clayton Cowles. Pre-orders for the first issue close April 5, so if you want to be guaranteed a print copy contact your favorite comic book retailer before it’s too late. To learn more about the comic, and to see a five-page preview, click here for what Interstellar Intersection wrote about the series last October.