Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
TV, Comic Books
If you’re guessing the guy who co-founded Yeti Press would have a bunch of Yeti on his shelves, you’d be right. But that’s not all he has, as RJ Casey drops by to hsow us his graphic novels, original art and much more.
If you’d like to share your collection here on Robot 6, you can find details on how to do that at the end of the post.
And now let’s hear from RJ …
My name is RJ Casey and I am the co-founder and publisher of Yeti Press comics. We are a small publishing behemoth that basically runs out of my apartment in Chicago. These pictures include my comics, knick-knacks, original art, and my ever-growing Yeti collection.
The first picture is what it looks like walking into my office. Shelves everywhere! Most of the Yeti Press inventory is in the corner.
The second picture is a closer look at the main bookshelf.
Here’s where the work gets done. You’ll notice a piece by Aaron Renier in the top right corner. A tip for all you Shelf Porn readers: never buy a white desk.
This is my blossoming Yeti collection. There’s various toys, trinkets, and art all celebrating the majestic beast.
An up-close shot of one of my prized possessions. This a wooden Popeye doll my parents got me when they went on a trip to the Czech Republic. It hangs from a spring by the windows in my office.
In the corner near the comic inventory is a page by Matt Kindt from the first issue of Mind MGMT.
This long shelf includes all my comics and oversized books. You can also spot a tiny Muppet collection, Jeremy Tinder figures, and a Ron Rege bottle.
Near the ceiling there’s another small shelf that holds a unique vinyl yeti, some mini-paintings by Franco, and a sketch of Blue Beetle (probably my favorite superhero) by Kevin Maguire.