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After rummaging through a closet that I swear employs TARDIS technology, I found the @TerryMooreArt books I was looking for, + a few I had plumb forgot about. I'll spread these pics out over several days.
While the cover art may be familiar, these aren't actually SiP comic books.
I'll post another pic later this evening. (FYI: I'm in CA.) Years ago, Maida Carpio Scott (RIP) posted a then comprehensive @TerryMooreArt checklist online. Alas, that site appears to be defunct. Many of the publications I'll be spotlighting were on that list, but a few were not.
Not the pic I planned on sharing tonight, but fate intervened. It was announced today that @realbdw will be reprising his Lando role in SW IX. Issue 5 of @DarkHorseComics 1999 @StarWars Tales features Lando covers (photo cover shown) and the @TerryMooreArt story A Summer's Dream.
The prospect of reading a Star Wars tale written by @TerryMooreArt is all the incentive one needs to seek out this issue, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the same issue also includes an Ewok tale written & illustrated by #Blankets creator Craig Thompson.
More obscure @TerryMooreArt from days past: Wizard & Overstreet's Fan both published comic guides in the '90s. Fan issues #7 (variant) & #15 feature T. Moore art on their covers. Wizard #71 has a 4 page drawing tutorial by Terry, & #93 features a draw Francine's husband contest.
Here are 2 more obscure @TerryMooreArt-related items from Wizard magazine. Wizard included comic book-themed holiday gift tags with its holiday issues. The 1997 & 1998 gift tag sets both included a Strangers in Paradise-themed tag.

Check back tomorrow for more T. Moore goodness.
Today, I'm shining my @TerryMooreArt spotlight on two #PaulPope books. Specifically, Pope's Buzz Buzz #Comics Magazine #1 (1996), which has a T. Moore illustration on the interior side of its back cover & THB #5 (1995) which features a full-page T. Moore pin-up on the first page.
Today's entries are a pair of benefit publications, both of which @TerryMooreArt contributed to. First up is A Fall of Stardust portfolio. Proceeds from sales were used to offset medical costs incurred when #CharlesVess' wife, Karen, was injured in a car accident.

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In addition to the @TerryMooreArt plate, A Fall of Stardust portfolio includes a prologue by @neilhimself , an early #SusannaClarke story (The Duke of Wellington Misplaces His Horse), and numerous plates illustrated by some of 1999's top talent.
Next is The Song of Mykal (2001). The book commemorates @atlantisfantasy's 25th anniversary. Sales proceeds went to the @CBLDF. Color pages are by @nealadamsdotcom (cover), C. Vess (frontispiece), & @davidmackkabuki (back), + b/w pages by a bevy of artists, inc. @TerryMooreArt .
No obscure @TerryMooreArt entries this weekend, on account I've been hanging out with my nephew. Today, we saw a super-advance screening of Laika's next film 'Missing Link' (coming April 2019). Can't go into more detail than that due to the NDA we had to sign. I'll resume on Mon.
Today's entry looks at 2 more benefit books @TerryMooreArt contributed to; this time for @heroinitiative. Terry's Ultimate #SpiderMan 100 Project cover is Spidey vs Doc Ock, plus he did a bonus Gwen Stacy page. Terry's 3 Minute Sketchbook entry is "no time for a shirt" Francine.
Here are 3 more titles (1 of those Tick issues is a variant cover). All 3 feature a short story written & illustrated by @TerryMooreArt.

Comics and Stories #1 featuring Wolf & Red (1996)
Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #12 (2006)
The Tick 20th Anniv. Special Ed. #1 (2007)
This has been a whirlwind of a day; I just returned from a funeral and I have another advance movie screening to attend, so I'm only posting a single entry, but it's a good one. @ComicsJournal No. 276 (May, 2006) devotes its front cover and pages 60 - 99 all to @TerryMooreArt .
I run a #DoctorWho fan site, so my posts today have been fairly #SDCC DW panel-centric, but I haven't forgotten my ongoing list of obscure @TerryMooreArt. Today's entries, Blade of the Immortal #9 (1997) + Wolff & Byrd's Secretary Mavis #1 (1998), both feature T. Moore pin-ups.
#Gen13 #13 (1996) was partitioned into 3 parts. #Katchoo & Francine (illustrated by @JScottCampbell) make cameo appearances in part 'C'. @TerryMooreArt wrote Gen 13 Bootleg #5 & #6 (1997). And that's Terry's Freefall illustration gracing my Gen 13 #1 (1995) variant sketch cover.
Since I didn't update this thread last weekend, and I expect this weekend will be just as hectic, I've decided to make my daily thread updates strictly a Mon.-Fri. shtick. I still have quite a few of @TerryMooreArt's lesser-known works to add to this list, so see ya Monday.
This entry isn't the cream of the crop, but in @TerryMooreArt's career path, Lady Supreme (1996) was one of those stepping stones that, for better or for worse, was part of the navigation process. I won't dwell on them. Like wine, Terry & @ImageComics both got better with age.
Today's entry features only @DCComics (perhaps I'll do an all @Marvel entry tomorrow). In 2002, @TerryMooreArt was one of several contributing artists to DC 1st Batgirl/Joker #1. That same year, Terry also wrote the Birds of Prey story "The Chaotic Code" (issues #47-49).
Here's that @Marvel-themed @TerryMooreArt post. Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #14 (2002) features a Spider-Man & Black Widow story illus. by Terry & written by @BRIANMBENDIS. Katchoo & Francine have cameos. Spider-Man❤️s Mary Jane (2008-9) #1-5 story & covers by Terry.
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Bonus: This one is strictly for the @TerryMooreArt completists. Marvel Portfolio-Marvel Previews: SDCC Special #1 (2008) consists of single page spotlights of Marvel's various upcoming titles including T. Moore on Runaways & Spider-Man❤️s Mary Jane. Yeah, it's basically an ad.
I'm devoting the rest of this week's entries to indie titles. Quebecor Printing's Gasp! (1994) is a one-shot that features works by 16 indie #comics creators, including @TerryMooreArt's SiP.
Cerebus occasionally previewed other titles; #186 (1994) features Strangers in Paradise.
More indie titles. First is @PaigeBraddock's Jane's World #8 (Girl Twirl Comics, 2003), which sports a lovely @TerryMooreArt cover. Real Stuff #17 (Fantagraphics, 1994) contains a four page "Funny Girl" story that's illustrated by Terry & written by Dennis P. Eichhorn (R.I.P.).
Today's @TerryMooreArt picks: @vertigo_comics The #Sandman: A Gallery of Dreams ('94) & The Endless Gallery ('95). Both collect artists' takes on @neilhimself's characters. Terry & @resa_challender collaborated on a Sandman page. Dr. Freud meets Delirium is Terry's Endless entry.
Only one entry today (gotta dash off to another one of those advance movie screenings). Like yesterday's entries, today's is another gallery book. Page 27 of @DCComics' 1996 #WonderWoman Gallery is illustrated by @TerryMooreArt with colors by Gloria Vasquez.
Today's @TerryMooreArt picks are Kilroy Revelations #1 (Caliber Press, 1994) & Darkness Vampirella #1 (@ImageComics /Harris Publications, 2005). The Kilroy book features a T. Moore pin-up on page 26. Terry wrote the Darkness Vampirella story & he illustrated cover "B" (shown).
Negative Burn (Caliber Press's anthology series) often featured @TerryMooreArt. #13 ('94) has a short SiP story titled, Sweet Dreams. The back cover to #15 ('94) is by Terry. Madame October, a short story by Terry & #AlanMoore is in #16 ('94). #29 ('95) has a T. Moore sketchbook.
More @TerryMooreArt:
@DarkHorseComics #BuffyTheVampireSlayer Willow & Tara #1 (2001) & @vertigo_comics Fables #107 (2011). The first is illustrated by Terry and written by #AmberBenson & Christopher Golden. The latter is illustrated by Terry & written by @BillWillingham.
That's most of my lesser-known works by @TerryMooreArt. There are a few titles I omitted, on account the books weren't readily accessible, and a few non-comic book items as well, all of which I may add at a later date. So until that time:
Oh, and one more thing.
Well, sort of.
This entry spotlights additional, obscure @TerryMooreArt titles. The entry predated the main thread's inception, so I'm linking to it here.
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