Deadpool Creator Rob Liefeld to Auction BloodStrike #1 Remastered Comic Book NFT on MakersPlace -Breaking
MakersPlace, the premier marketplace for rare and authentic digital artworks, today announced that Rob Liefeld, the legendary, illustrious comic book creator of Marvel’s Deadpool, Cable, X-Force and more, will be auctioning nine unique NFT covers for his anniversary edition of 1992’s Bloodstrike #1.
The #1 bestseller BLOODSTRIKE #1 made it to number one in the charts, with over 1 million copies sold in its initial printing. 30 years after making their dynamic debut as part of Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld’s expanded Extreme Universe, Bloodstrike #1 has been Re-mastered for a special NFT edition.
Bloodstrike #1 brought Cabbot Stone to the attention of the entire world! Shogun! Deadlock! Fourplay! Plus, many more. Rob Liefeld wrote and illustrated the inaugural issue. This was the start of the Blood Brothers storyline. This first ever throw down featured Liefeld’s dynamic super team Brigade, featured at the conclusion of the first issue. The historic NFT Drop features new editions of all classic Bloodstrike covers, as well as new covers by Liefeld. Also included is the introduction of a Bloodstrike operative.
The comic will arrive in PDF format with the cover purchased. First 200 customers will receive the comic in PDF format.All nineCovers will receive a signed, limited-edition comic book by Liefeld. The 1/1 Hero Cover is available for bidding and will be individually minted. Rob Liefeld has also hand-drawn the Original Art paper copy only for the winner of the 1/1 Cover. For more limited-edition comic books and other collector items, look into collectibles stores near me.
MakersPlace’s CEO, Craig Palmer said, “As a niche market that is unique in the rapidly-growing NFT industry, MakersPlace enjoys working with projects by comic book legends such as Rob Liefeld.” It’s a joy to be able to launch new products and bring back old pieces of art, no matter if it’s a painting or comic book series. This technology has given us the gift of renewal, which opens up new audiences for art.”