Posted by Chris on August 3, 2012 at 12:00 AM CST
There are 35 artists attending Celebration VI which means 35 exclusive art prints to hunt down. Today, we continue our Artist Spotlight series with Mark McHaley & Mark McKenna.



Artist: Mark McHaley
Title: The Saga of Solo
Size: 17" x 22"
Paper: Acid Free Textured Archival Watercolor Paper
Price: $60
Edition Size: 250


Halloween 1977. Mark McHaley makes a Darth Vader costume out of a cheap mask, sunglasses, a kazoo, electrical tape and LEGOs. Then he learned to draw. Known for his unique painting style through projects involving Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Star Trek and a variety of other properties, Mark enjoys spending his time off work.



Artist: Mark McKenna
Title: Duel of the Twi'leks
Size: 12" x 18"
Paper: Garda Gloss
Price: $35
Edition Size: 250


Mark McKenna is a 27 year veteran of the comic book industry. In that time he has worked on Batman, Wolverine, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk and most recently for Dark Horse Comics, counting over 450 comics in all.

Starting with the Star Wars: PURGE one shot, McKenna was then being offered to work on the The Old Republic-Blood of the Empire webcomic which was not only collected into an 84 page trade paperback but also supported the massive online Bio-ware video game. Most recently McKenna's Star Wars work can be seen in TOR: The Lost Suns 5 part mini series which was recently collected into a 110 page trade paperback.

Last year Mark was inducted as an honorary member of the 501st Fan Legion for his" contributions to the Star Wars legacy".

Come find Mark at his table at SWCVl. He will have plenty of autographed trades and art from both mini series as well as his "Duel of the Twi 'leks" limited print available!
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