Well they're both art markers, so as long as you know what you're doing, then you should be good. I haven't used copics enough to say advantages for sure, but I do enjoy prisma's range of color saturation.
Thanks. The stock on these is not easy for what I do. Especially the stock on the covers wi the logos printed on them. The blank covers (like the Thor here) handle markers very well though. I think collectors prefer the logos, but as an artist, I don't think I'd agree to do more of these in the future unless it was on the blanks.
There's a good paper stock for markers, but they don't have the logos printed on them and they can't be CGC graded. I guess that's less appealing to collectors, but I'll still insist on using them in the future.
I didn't know CGC wouldn't grade those. I thought if you laid cash in front of those people they would do anything.
When collectors ( art collectors that is ) know a better paper stock will give them a superior piece of artwork, I would hope to see blank covers moving that way. Companies like Dynamite, however, want bigger profit margins, and only see short term, and not the potential for bigger profit margins through larger quantities sold.