Though it took time for the idea to take off, Bioware’s lithograph series has proven a remarkable success.
These days, when Bioware releases new lithographs, they usually sell out within a matter of minutes.
As I said eluded to earlier though, there was a time, early on, when most of Bioware’s lithographs sat at its online store with seemingly no interest in them whatsoever.
The Arch Demon lithograph (based on the Bioware-developed Dragon Age series) is one of those early lithographs that took quite a while to sell out. In fact, this lithograph even took part in a clearance sale and could be had for as little as $15 US.
Oh how times have changed though. The Arch Demon lithograph particularly has become tremendously hard to find.
An example of the Arch Demon litho can currently be found on eBay and its hefty price tag seems to speak to its scarcity.
Whether it sells remains to be seen. One thing’s for sure though: there’s no shortage of hardcore Bioware lithograph collectors out there, and the Arch Demon is certainly on everyone’s list.
The Arch Demon lithograph can be found here