Ctrl+Alt+Del Signed Comic Prints


Have a favorite comic from the archive? Need to decorate some empty wall space? Now's your chance to buy a high resolution, ready-to-frame signed art print of any* Ctrl+Alt+Del comic you want!

Our prints are produced from the original full-resolution comic photoshop files, on high quality, acid-free matte photo paper. Mounted on a light gray archival quality acid free photo mat and signed by the artist, each print is ready to frame right out of the envelope.

If the print is a gift and you want to add a personal touch, include the recipient's name and I'll sign the print to them.

Every signed print is sealed in a clear protective sleeve before being placed in the rigid no-bend envelope for their safe journey to your house. All prints will ship within 1-2 days of ordering.

Signed comic prints are 8x10, inside an 11x14 art mat. Will fit inside any standard 11x14 frame.

Prints will only be made available in small batches, to ensure that I can keep up with potential demand. If the prints are sold out when you check this page, please check back later or follow our Twitter @TimCAD for announcements when new batches go on sale.

Simply go through the archives, find the date of your favorite comic stip, enter it in the box below and add it to the cart!

Q: How do I find the date for a comic in the archive?

A: You can either use the search function to locate the comic you want, which will give you the date it was published, or you can navigate to the comic and look at the numbers on the end of the URL in your browser's address bar. Those numbers are the date of the comic in YYYYMMDD format.

You may request a print of just a single panel from any comic in the archive. Please specify that under the additional instructions box on your order.

*Double or triple length (extra long) comics are not available for signed prints, as they don't fit on a standard page.

Signed Comic Prints are $19.99 USD each. Prints will ship anywhere in the world. Shipping will be calculated at checkout.


If Personalized, to who?
Date of Comic (mm/dd/yyyy)


(frame for display purpose only, not included)