Space Ghost: Future Quest

Art Print by Bill Sienkiewicz
Exclusive Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 100


Space Ghost: Future Quest

Art Print by Bill Sienkiewicz
Exclusive Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 100


Space Ghost: Future Quest

Art Print by Bill Sienkiewicz
Exclusive Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 100


Limit of 1 per person.

Bill Sienkiewicz Space Ghost: Future Quest Art Print

About This Art Print

I shall never rest until I bring him to justice.”

Sideshow and Bill Sienkiewicz Art present the Space Ghost: Future Quest Fine Art Lithograph.

Team up for intergalactic escapades like never before! The Space Ghost: Future Quest Fine Art Lithograph unites the galaxy’s favorite crimefighting team against the forces of interstellar injustice, as imagined by legendary comics artist Bill Sienkiewicz. Join Space Ghost, his teen sidekicks Jan and Jace, and their mighty mascot Blip the Monkey as they stand against the evil menace of villains Brak and Zorak lurking in the cosmic field of blue behind our heroes.

Originally created as a variant cover for Future Quest #1 (2016), written by Jeff Parker for DC Comics, this comic book artwork is now available for fans as a fine art collectible exclusively through Sideshow. Each Space Ghost: Future Quest Fine Art Lithograph is hand-signed by Bill Sienkiewicz and includes a Certificate of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 100 pieces.

Start a stellar new adventure and bring home the Space Ghost: Future Quest Fine Art Lithograph by Bill Sienkiewicz today!

Print details:

  • Officially licensed by DC Comics 
  • Limited edition of 100
  • 18 x 24” certified archival fine art lithograph print, approx 21 x 28.5” with frame
  • Hand-signed by the artist, Bill Sienkiewicz
  • Certificate of Authenticity

Black Frame details:

  • 1.25" Wood Frame in Matte Black
  • Custom double mat design (Black, 9544 Chicago Blues)
  • Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
  • Framing grade clear acrylic
  • Wire hanger: No additional hardware required 
About the Artist:
Bill Sienkiewicz (pronounced sin-KEV-itch) is an Eisner-winning, Emmy-nominated artist best known for revamping the style of comic and graphic novel illustration from 1980 onward, most notably with Marvel Comic's Elektra: Assassin and his acclaimed graphic novel Stray Toasters, earning him an international reputation and cult status across media industries. 
His work has graced the National Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; galleries in Paris, Barcelona and Tuscany; Spain's famed La Semana Negra (The Black Week) Festival; advertising campaigns for Nike, MTV and Nissan; posters for The Green Mile and 2006 Winter Olympics; and magazines such as Entertainment Weekly and Spin. 
A classically-trained painter, Sienkiewicz's renderings incorporate abstract and expressionist influences and any combination of oil painting, acrylics, watercolor, mixed-media, collage, and mimeograph - previously unheard of in comics. His work has garnered numerous accolades - most notably a 2004 Eisner Award for DC Comics' The Sandman: Endless Nights, and 1995 and 1996 Emmy Award nominations for production and character design on the PBS children's TV series Where In the World is Carmen Sandiego? Elektra: Assassin swept the top comic illustration awards in the U.S., Europe, and Italy, respectively, with a 1987 Kirby Award, 1986 Yellow Kid Award and 1986 Gran Guigiri Award.

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 28.5" (723.9 mm) | Width: 21" (533.4 mm) | Weight: 10 lbs (4.54 kg) *
Box Size
Height: 3.00" (76.2 mm) | Width: 29.00" (736.6 mm) | Depth: 36.00" (914.4 mm) | *
10.00 lbs (4.54 kg) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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