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LepreCon 33 Charity Auction

(Items in this slideshow represent a small number of the items being auction. Some items shown are autographed, please refer to description below for more details)

It is my pleasure to bring to all the members a Charity Auction to benefit ASFA. 100% of the proceeds are given to this charity.

ASFA is the Association of Science Fiction Fantasy Artists and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, educational corporation. ASFA was organized for artistic, literary, educational and charitable purposes concerning the visual arts of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mythology and related topics. The organization is dedicated to providing a communications link among its members, as well as providing helpful information and technical assistance.

Part of ASFA's purpose is to stimulate the public's interest in these areas of art. They're also there to encourage and develop amateur artistic talent, educate the public, publishers, patrons of the arts and anyone interested in works of these particular types of art and craftsmanship in the rights, needs and problems of the people involved in the creation of this material.

I can pretty much guarantee everyone who shows up will have a good time and plenty of opportunity to bid on and take home cool stuff. We'll have books galore, Space Science items, fantasy art, signed photos of favorite TV actors, collectible art, and lots of movie memorabilia. Everything will be on display in the Art Show until the auction begins.

There will be Charity Auction Program Guides available at Registration. The auction is scheduled for Saturday, 3:30-5:30pm in Ballroom B..

If you want to donate, please drop me an email thru this website.

All books that are presented as a First Edition are done so at the best judgment of our Charity Auction Director. No guarantee is made by Catherine Book, Leprecon, Inc. or LepreCon33 for any item. If you have any questions, please ask via e-mail or inspect the item prior to auction.

Here are a few items already available, check back for updates:


Lot of artwork – won’t know all that we have until we get to con

  • “Welcome Home” by Justin D. Miller. Print size is 7.5”x9.5” print, matted size is 11”x14”.

  • “Flutterby” by L.A. Williams. Print size is 7”x10”, matted size is 11”x14”.

  • “Mystique” by Amy Brown. Print size is 25”x18”, unmatted. Signed by the artist, numbered 258/900. Absolutely stunning!

  • “Dead of Winter” by Ruth Thompson. This gorgeous print is triple-matted and framed, and measures approx 37.5” x 28.5” in a matte black marbled frame.

  • Fingerpainting on paper by Gilead, Artist GoH from Lep32, approx 17.5”x25”

  • Print “Soul Mates” by Caniglia, guest at World Horror 2004. Measures approx 12”x18”, Autographed.

  • Print “Wings of Darkness” by Charles Vess. This is a b/w limited print #210/1000, and dated 1977. It might be personally autographed. Measures approx 18”x23”.

  • Print “The Citadel at Sunrise” by Steve Hickman. It is dated 1976, full-color, measures approx 18”x24”, limited print #49/100, Autographed. I’m pretty sure it’s part of a series for LOTR.

  • Fingerpainting on canvas by Gilead, Artist GoH from Lep 32, approx 16”x20”. This is a pair of portraits.

  • Print “Dust Motes” by Alan M. Clark. Matted, limited print #497/500, Autographed. Measures approx 16”x20”.

  • Fingerpainting on paper by Annette Sexton-Ruiz. Measures approx 18”x20”.


  • “Star Wars, The Approaching Storm” by Alan Dean Foster. Hardcover, first edition, signed.

  • “Star Trek, The Next Generation: Maximum Warp” by Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur. Paperback, new, 1st printing, 2001.

  • “Star Wars: I, Jedi” by Michael Stackpole. Hardcover, first edition, signed.

  • Grab bag of 30 paperbacks in a 30th Annual World Fantasy book bag.

  • “The Excalibur Alternative” by David Weber. Uncorrected Proof, 2002, Autographed.

  • Star Trek, Strange New Worlds #VII. Softcover, edited by Dean Wesley Smith. Collection of short fan fiction, signed by one of the contributing authors, Amy Sisson.

  • “From the Files of the Time Rangers” by Richard Bowes. Hardcover, First Edition, 2005.


  • 9 VHS tapes from Star Trek, DS9, starting with the pilot episode “The Emissary”, plus 15 more episodes aired throughout 1993.

  • 50 bottles of Black Opium energy drink

  • McFarlane’s Military Series 3 figure of “Marine, Regimental Combat Team”

  • Japanese action figure “DT-6800, Daughtress Custom” by Ban Dai

  • Dungeons & Dragons Chainmail Miniatures Game “Drazen’s Horde”

  • Marvel Heroes Battle Dice Starter Set, collectible figure game

  • Conan, Hour of the Dragon battle scene figure of “Man-Eating Haunter of the Pits”

  • Chronology Sports Edition card game

  • Lord of the Rings, The Duel boardgame from Rio Grande Games

  • Comicbook, “X-O Manowar” from Valiant Comics, Issue #0. Metallic cover art by Quesada and Palmiotti

  • Program book cover from LAConIV-2006. Wrap-around art by James Gurney, GoH, Autographed. Measures approx 11”x15”

  • Geology magazine, issue Oct 2005, Vol 33, No. 10. Cover picture of Mars Exploration Rover geologic traverse by the Spirit Rover in the plains of Gusev Crater on Mars. Signed by 6 members of the team.

  • CD, “Officially Osbourne”. The only authorized companion audiobook to the hit MTV show, The Osbournes with Todd Gold. Narrated by Aimee Osbourne, featuring exclusive soundbites from the TV show.

  • CD, “Night of the Living Dead” by John Russo & George Romero. A fully dramatized audio book featuring the original cast of this cult classic.

  • Jewelry – probably, depends on the dealers

  • Poster of movie “Eragon”, measures approx 27”x40”

  • Posters, three of them, for Transformers. “Starscream”, “Transformers vs. GI Joe”, and “Optimus Primes”

  • Pair of Simon Bisley calendars from 1999 and 2000. Beautiful Heavy Metal artwork, loads of …overly endowed women, suitable for framing. Adults Only.

  • Pair of Simon Bisley calendars from 2002 and 2004. Beautiful Heavy Metal artwork (same women…) suitable for framing, calendars are new and unmarked. Adults Only.

  • HeroClix “ClixBrick” of 12 booster packs. Includes possibility of acquiring exclusive collector figure of “Krypto”, depending on availability.

  • Star Wars, customizable card game, “Tatooine”

  • Young Jedi, collectible card game, “Battle of Naboo”

  • “Bionicle” trading card game, 24 booster packs, from Technic.

  • Buffy trading cards – 51 assorted cards.

  • Buffy, the Vampire Slayer comic books: 5,6,7,8,10,11,14,& 17

  • Photo, 8”x10”, of Toni Blair as the stunt double for “She” on Buffy. Autographed and inscribed for LepreCon 2006.

  • Mutant X comic books

  • “Minority Report” audiobook, unabridged from story by Philip K. Dick, performed by Keir Dullea, 90 minutes

  • “Wizard of the Owls” 1000-piece puzzle, art by Janny Wurts, box is Autographed.

  • Pair of Glow-in-the-Dark, 100-piece mini puzzles. Art by Don Maitz, boxes are Autographed

  • “The Complete Highlander: The Series” set of trading cards, at least 150+ cards in shrinkwrap, retail price tag of $45

Extra special stuff:

  • Autographed Photoprint of Geologist-Astronaut Harrison “Jack” Schmitt working near a boulder at Station 6, EVA-3, Taurus-Littrow Valley; Apollo 17, 13 December 1972. The print is framed and matted, total measurement of 22”x25” and includes two mission patches. Miniumum bid $150

  • Photoprint of Io as taken from orbit July 21, 1999. Measures approx 24”x36”. Signed by participants of LepreCon32: Dr. David Williams, John Vornholt, Lisa Snellings-Clark, Adam Niswander, Janeen O’Kerry, Michelle Welch, Hugh Gregory, Alan M. Clark, Toni Blair, Bill Blair, Diana Paxson, Jack Mangan, Ken St. Andre, and David Lee Summers

  • “Roving Mars” by Steve Squyres. Hardcover, First Edition, 2005, Autographed.


See you at the Auction; don't forget your money. Bid often, bid high…

Your tireless Charity Auction Director,

Catherine Book



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LepreCon 33
PO Box 26665 Tempe, AZ 85285
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