In 2003, we began printing flyers. They usually included art from the posters and a coupon on the back. Here are the various flyers and the artist information for each year.
4 x 6 Halloween flyers. Front art by Ricardo Garijo, Jr., and back photo from Clark Eldredge.
4 x 6 flyers. Front art by Ricardo Garijo, Jr., and back photo from the Zombie Apocalypse.
4 x 6 flyers. Front and back photos by Clark Eldredge
4 x 6 flyers. Front and back design by Kuersteiner
4 x 6 flyers. Front paintng by Shawn Conn. Reverse ad by THE VAULT comics store (now closed).
Late opening because of move from Gaines Street to Lake Bradford Road (no flyers made).
4 x 6 flyers. Front and back art by Ricardo Garijo Jr. of Spain.
4 x 6 flyers. Front photo (left) by Kuersteiner, reverse art by C. Spallone.
4 x 6 flyers. Front art (left) by Shawn Conn of Rochester, NY. Reverse (right) by Dan Hoge.
4 x 6 flyers. Graphic design by Dan Hoge. Front art (left) by Bill Chancellor, Reverse art (right) Larry Jacubecz.
4.25 x 5.5 flyers. Graphic design by Dan Hoge. Art (left) by Finlay and (right) by David King.
Art by Allen Koszowski who has penned many pieces for the classic Weird Tales magazine!
Flyer front by Ricardo Garijo (4.25 x 5.5"). The back features art by David King.
The Mask of the Red Death was painted by David King. The sewing corpse image is by an unknown artist. They measure 4.25 x 5.5".
The artist was Scott Jackson of Chicago who paints the oversized Monster Masterpieces trading cards. He also organizes Halloween Art Exhibit. Full color coupons (4.25 x 5.5") on slick cardboard.
The artist was Strephon Taylor from El Cerritro, CA. He does a lot of spook show art. Mini flyers (4.25 x 5.5") of the same image were photocopied on white and pumpkin orange paper and distributed. The backs were blank.
The artist for 2003 was Ricardo Garijo from Argentina. He's a professional comic book illustrator and painter of trading cards. He did the art on the left, and an unknown artist did the right side art. The color coupons (4.25 x 5.5") were printed on slick card stock.
We didn't use flyers before then, but jumping back to the first year we opened (on North Monroe street), we used custom designed tickets. Below is one of our original tickets (art by Hal Robins).
You can also check out our posters and our outside signs.
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