2Book Connecting Cover Comic Book Frame, Not Just For Comics
Our Most Versatile Frame for Comic Books, Magazines, Original Art, Prints and Large Format Comics!
This is one of our most versatile frames!
This is the perfect frame for displaying two comic books with connecting cover artwork side by side, or...
-If you have a comic book with wraparound art (art covers the front and back covers) you can simply open it up and display it perfectly in this frame.
-How about those Treasury Edition large format comics that we all love but have a hard place storing them? Well they fit perfectly in this frame too!
-Have other large format comic books like TMNT (1984), Vampirella(1979), Conan(1974) or the recent Batman Damned from DC Black Label?
-How about magazines like Sports Illustrated, Playboy, Mad, Heavy Metal or Time?
The 2Book Connecting Cover Frame works GREAT for all of those too!
Multiple Integrated keyhole slots routed into the back of the frame make it easy and safe to hang this frame either horizontally or vertically to properly display whatever it is you want to put inside.
***Be sure to select either a "Standard Pocket" for comics or artwork or a "Deep Pocket" for magazines, Treasury Comics or any books thicker than a standard comic book.
15.9" by 12.6" (overall)
The pocket size of the frame (where the books mount into) is 13.8" by 10.6"
The front window opening (area where you see the books) is 13.3" by 10.2"
*Installation Tip- place the frame face down on a flat surface and place the clear acrylic front into the frame pocket. Then position your comic books face down on the acrylic front (be sure to have them laid out correctly first so that the artwork will be in order when you look at them from the front of the frame). Line up the comics as best as possible making sure they are nice and tight together (no gaps between them) as well as the entire group being centered in the frame pocket. When you have them where you want them, gently place the black backer over them and swivel the clips to hold the backer in place. At this point you may have to either slightly snug the screws with a screwdriver if the clips are loose and do not stay in place. Or if the clips are too tight and you cannot get the clip to slide over the backer simply loosen the screw slightly until you can get it into place (slightly re-tightening the screw may be necessary after this). Now you can check out your display and see how it looks but do not get frustrated if it is not perfect or if the artwork is not lining up perfectly, you will most likely have to take the backer back off the frame and do some adjusting until you are happy with the outcome!
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I have the 5-connecting, 4-connecting, and 2-connecting cases, so obviously I'm a fame of these cases.There is one problem though: the thumb clasps are SO THICK unnecessarily. I have to use my Dremel to shave them down, or else I can't hang the displays on my wall, using Command Hooks, because I'm not going to drill into my concrete basement wall. If they were to replace those, then 5 stars easy. But for now, since I have to put in extra work, 4 stars.
I bought this frame to hold a blank variant cover drawing that I had commissioned at a comic book show. The comic looks great in the frame and it has the girlfriends approval to stay on the wall. I recommend this frame to anyone who has art front / back that they want shown off.
Great frame and makes any comic look like art.