If you’re attending New York Comic-Con, you’re going to want to visit Bottleneck Gallery at Booth #2171—just be prepared to stand in line. The gallery has an unbelievable lineup of exclusive limited edition art that it will be releasing all throughout the weekend, and we’re stoked to premiere a few of the pieces.

The Force Awakens by Ise Ananphada

Presented along with Acme, the print available in three editions, all 36 x 24 inches. The regular is the 20-color screenprint above, which costs $110 and comes in an edition of 475. (This will also go online at 2:00 pm ET Saturday for fans not at Comic-Con, so follow @BottleneckNYC on Twitter.)

It’s also available in a gold variant for $65, part of an edition of 275.

And there’s also a line-art on pewter edition of 100 for $50. Only 20 of these prints will be sold per day at the con.

South Park by Tom Whalen

The 12 x 36-inch screenprint is $40, part of an edition of 300.

It also comes in a “Kenny’s Dead” variant; it’s $50, edition of 150.

Rick and Morty by Dave Perillo

Whalen’s arch-nemesis tackles another popular cartoon with an 18 x 24 inch print in an edition of 300. It costs $50.

Shall We Dance? by Mark Englert

This 1989 Batman inspired piece is a 12 x 36-inch screen print, will run you $40, and comes in an edition of 300.


Those are our exclusive reveals but there’s so much more. Olly Moss has his first print in several years, this Garfield-inspired piece that’ll be on sale Friday ($50, edition of 100):

Bottleneck is also teaming up with Grey Matter Art for some sweet Marvel pieces. Here are two, Venom and Spider-Man by Mark Chilcott, each 16 x 24-inch prints ($40, edition of 100):

And here’s Captain America by John Keaveney, an 18 x 24-inch giclée ($45, edition of 75):

There will also be pieces by Laurent Durieux, Matt Ferguson, Florey, Jock, Brad Hill, Martin Ansin, Tomer Hanuka, and many others, which you can find out about at the gallery’s Twitter @bottlenecknyc.

Suffice it to say, it’s gonna be a very expensive convention for art collectors.