eBay Watch: Rich Koslowski Sonic The Hedgehog #26 p6 Orig.Comic Art

eBay Watch: Rich Koslowski Sonic The Hedgehog #26 p6 Orig.Comic Art


A rare piece of original artwork fom the Archie Sonic The Hedgehog comic’s has appeared on eBay.
The seller’s description is as follows –

You’re looking at an original page of art by alt comix wise guy and all around #1 guy and the most under rated comix guy on the planet. He’s a genius. He knows it, i know it, and…well that’s 2 so far…i present to you Meester RICH KOSLOWSKI. This is a page from ARCHIE comics’ SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #26, page 6. Pen & ink on paper (11 x 17 inches), excellent condition. Signed in the lower right.

The seller has 100% positive feedback, is located in New York City, U.S. and will ship for $18.00 but anywhere outside the U.S. will cost much more. Right now the starting bid is $9.00 and the time left as of this post is 6 days 3 hours (Dec 10, 200920:58:25 PST) so fans of thise comic series will want to get in quick to avoid missing this gem.

via GoNintendo

The Sonic Stadium may link to retailers and earn a small commission on purchases made from users who click those links. These links will only appear in articles related to the product, in an unobtrusive manner, and do not influence our editorial decisions in any way.


  1. I remember meeting Rich years ago! Very nice guy, sold me three pieces of art and signed them (Sonic #47, 50 & Knuckles #25.

  2. Heavy Metal…..jesus that’s a really bad joke. Really bad. I can kinda see why Sonic Archie is frowned upon by many. However it does give it some nostalgic appeal; you can see where the comic started and having an orginal piece of artwork is always a pleasure.

  3. @ProjectZuel
    This was about 180 issues ago. A lot has changed, from the art to the story telling.

  4. @Lanmanna

    Yes, yes I know a lot has changed in the past several years and the writing has gotten better (a new editor I believe) but Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog still had a very appaling start.

  5. HEY! That “apalling start” is considered the “good ol’ days” to some Sonic fans. It’s like saying the 1987 Ninja Turtles are rubbish compared to the 2003 series. Clearly no sense of nostalgia. I’d take crazy goofy Robotnik plots and Genesis-era adaptations to soap-opera drama involving a slew of characters who never saw a moment of screen time in a Sonic game.

Comments are closed.