Comic books are modern pop culture works of art and Stasis Comic Frames thinks you should share them with the world. With exceptional artists like Jock, Jim Lee, Francesco Francavalla, Skottie Young, Alex Ross and a myriad of others, churning out one amazing cover after another, they deserve to be seen. Problem is, most folks have them bagged and boarded in a box, in their closet. (Guilty as charged, why my original Hulk #181 is not up for all to see is a damn shame!)
Now, for the first time, comic collectors have a stylish, viable solution for displaying their comics safely, without the fear of them fading or getting crumpled and crinkled. Stasis Comic Frames have been designed with wide, modern, black glossy borders and special clear acrylic, all chosen to enhance the colors of the comic held within.
Each frame comes ready to hang and is held together with just four screws, so swapping your comics in and out is quick and easy. Full instructions and gloves for handling your frame and your comic are also included. (Keep your greasy mitts off my original Frank Miller, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns!)
Stasis Comic Frames offer multiple options for all types of comic collectors:
- Single frames come in Modern or Silver Age sizes, with options for standard or Museum grade clear acrylic (which stops 99.99% of all harmful UV light).
- Double frame – For variants, connecting covers and wrap-a-round covers
- Triple frame – For variants and connecting covers
- Quadruple frame – For variants and connecting covers
Here is what Nathan, the creator of Stasis Comic Frames had to say about the inspiration behind this great product. “Stasis Comic Frames started simply because no one else made frames for comics. Being new to comic collecting, I quickly realized that I loved the cover artwork so much (in my case, Pat Lee’s Transformers), that I wanted to display my comics like any other piece of art. However, I couldn’t find anyone or anything to do the job properly.”
“With a friend’s help I made my own (very crude) prototype frame, which always got lots of positive remarks about how cool it looked, I could see immediately that it had huge potential. Cut to a montage of me doing months of Internet re-searching, material prototyping, note taking and countless comic measuring.”
Whether you want to display new comics, like the upcoming Batman: Zero Year by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, or want to show everyone your old classics like that copy of Action Comics #1 you have stashed away in your Grandfather’s attic, Stasis Comic Frames has you covered.
Head over to their WEBSITE to see what they can do for you and your collection. While you are there, check out their great interactive feature that allows you to upload images of your comic to see how amazing it will look once framed. You can also like them on FACEBOOK or follow them on TWITTER for updates. You can also e-mail Nathan: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.