Imagine a book. One of those over-sized art books. Nice paper... scholarly introduction... pages opposing the illustrations with the background for the image provided as a nice narrative. At the back of the book, a bit of "the making of..." the book - the Director's Cut.
There is another possibility for inclusion in the book: after all, one of the artists has say over the disposition of half the pages... so somethng else we-of-the-original-art have wanted to see: reprints of the original art on good paper stock at nearly life size.
Imagine the title: "A World Without Cerebus"
Just how many of these images would constitute such a book?
25 new full color "A World Without Cerebus" images and 30 pages and 10 covers from the series, plus a handful, maybe 10, of other commisions that have been done? That's 75 plates. Seems about right to me.
"A World Without Cerebus" (c. 2011)?
All new images available on order as art prints.
Just a thought.