This comic book written by J.C. Vaughn and illustrated by Matt Busch has been hailed by many fans as the greatest BATTLESTAR GALACTICA comic issue of all time.
The etheral story takes place on the eve of the original BATTLESTAR movie, and the entire issue is evocatively painted by Matt Busch. The issue also features a deluxe 8 page sketchbook of all the main characters and vehicles, as well as a nice article / interview with Busch.
For fans of classic BSG or Matt Busch, this is one item your collection cannot be without!
This special STAR WARS commemorative issue of AUTOGRAPH TIMES has a deluxe wrap-around cover, illustrated by Matt Busch. The magazine also has a feature article and interview with Matt. It also has some rare and never-before-scene concept images that Matt illustrated STAR WARS – Episode II, Attack of the Clones!
Matt Busch, Lucasfilm, Motor City Conventions and Paul Michael Kane have teamed up to offer this beautiful artist lithograph depicting Princess Leia as Jabba the Hutt’s slave. All proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit actress Carrie Fisher’s endorsed charity, the Pajama Program.
All prints are signed by artist Matt Busch! They’re rolled in plastic and packed in a durable box for protection during shipping. These prints are limited so order now before they’re all gone!
Check out the videos below, which detail the creative process behind Matt Busch illustrating this Slave Leia print!
You want kick ass flare? You got it. Check out this sweet pack of 8 exclusive buttons you won’t find anywhere else, and each one representing the artistry of Matt Busch. Sexy girls, skulls, zombies, you know the vibe, now it’s time you share it with world. Each button is approximately 1″ in diameter, not the big gaudy lookin’ buttons.
8 buttons for 6 bucks. You can’t beat it!
Matt Busch’s first full length feature, CONJURE, is a supernatural thriller that shattered records and became the “Highest Pre-selling Movie of All Time” according to HorrorMovies.com.
Finding his high profile illustration career to be less than meaningful, Busch visits a nearby graveyard and stumbles upon an old photograph of a South-American castle. Obsessed with the photo, Busch begins to bring the castle to life with a vibrant full-color painting, at the same time creating sinister sketches of the tortured souls he imagines inhabiting the gothic dwelling.
Meanwhile, Busch’s girlfriend Sarah is confronted with phantom encounters throughout the rest of his home. The more Matt conjures the spirits through his art, the more intense these ghostly encounters become. Eventually the art becomes so real, that Matt and Sarah find themselves manifested in the actual castle, lost in the never-ending jungles of South America. There they must find a way home, and confront the demonic spirits conjured from Matt’s twisted nightmares…
“Conjure is a balls-out scary, freaky film. Matt Busch’s directorial debut is a 10 ton atom bomb.”
“Low-budget indie movie making can be a beautiful thing, especially when those behind it have the passion that comes through on the Conjure DVD.”
“For the lover of indy horror, Conjure promises to be one of the true gems in your collection.”
“Visually and technically, Conjure is a great example of how to put together a low-budget, independent movie.”
-Kevin J. Lindenmuth, Author of THE INDEPENDENT FILM EXPERIENCE
“Conjure really is cool and one of the best low budget independent movies I’ve seen that actually got creative and made an impression on me.”
“Conjure is a wicked fun movie, and I loved everything from its FX to its soundtrack. Even the Bonus Features blew me away!”
-Grant Gould, Artist STAR WARS, LORD OF THE RINGS