Where do you buy TF artwork/posters? (non movie)

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  1. 46+2

    46+2 Well-Known Member

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    The two lithos I own were bought at decpticonmatrix but its hard to make contact with them. I want to find a more user friendly site. Any ideas?
     
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    Someone just asked a similar question in a related thread.

    Google search is immensely helpful for cases like this, unless you're asking for first-hand recommendations.

    For starters, I'd suggest doing keyword searches on ebay and amazon, and make sure sellers have solid history and positive feedback. That's how I bought some of mine in the past.

    Convention dealers are another obvious source, but those you normally have to see in person. And sometimes items you might be interested in aren't displayed so you have to ask. That's how I've found items like G1 TV series animation cels, lithos, and posters.

    Also check with your local comic shop and look through recent editions of PREVIEWS catalog from Diamond Comics Distributors. I've ordered TF posters through the catalog quite a few times in the past. You might have to wait 2-3 months for your order to come in, but that's part of the process unfortunately.

    Other sites:

    http://www.tfsource.com/ (one of TFW2005's sponsors) sometimes carries vintage TF posters.

    Rupps World

    Big Island Toys

    http://www.grahamcrackers.com/catalog/posters.htm

    And some of the more popular poster-selling sites on the web that might actually have some G1-style TF posters in stock:

    moviegoods.com/transformers
    posterhero.com
     

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