ComicLink’s open Spring Featured Auction has a selection of comic and fantasy original art from all eras illustrated by many of the biggest names in the hobby. The original art session ends on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
Major highlights include the John Romita and Gil Kane Amazing Spider-Man #90 cover from the “Death of Captain Stacy” issue; a number of prime era Todd McFarlane pieces including his cover to Incredible Hulk #343 cover, Amazing Spider-Man #311 page (Spidey vs. Mysterio), Spider-Man #4 splash (Spidey vs. the Lizard and Calypso), Incredible Hulk #337 title splash (Hulk vs. Cyclops) and #341 page (Hulk and Man-Bull), and several Spawn splash pages.
Other items up for bid include Dave Cockrum Thor #279 cover with Thor vs. Ulik to save Jane Foster; Frank Frazetta illustrations: Arcanum Female Warrior; Moebius Taboo #4 cover; Jim Lee Batman #610 page from Hush with Batman vs. Killer Croc, All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder #2 page (infamous car ride scene), WildC.A.T.S #1 (2006) cover, Justice League #1 page with Batman and Green Lantern, Uncanny X-Men #286 page, and X-Men trading card art and more; David Finch Batman: The Dark Knight #11 cover with a large Batman image and Avengers #503 cover – the final issue of the original run; Gil Kane Daredevil #124 cover; John Buscema Marvel Two-in-One #34 cover; Jim Aparo Brave and the Bold #153 cover; Frank Quitely Batman and Robin #10 cover; J. Scott Campbell Uncanny X-Men #1 Psylocke cover and Fathom #1 cover; and James Jean Fables #32 cover.
Michael Golden Avengers Annual #10 page with Carol Danvers, X-Men and Spider-Woman; Gene Colan Daredevil #93 title splash; Don Heck Tales of Suspense #53 page with Black Widow from her second appearance and X-Men #49 page with the original team in the Silver Age; Sam Kieth Detective Comics #662 and Marvel Comics Presents #112 cover; Bob Layton Iron Man #246 cover; multiple Jack Kirby pages; John Byrne title splash page from Fantastic Four #278 featuring Doctor Doom; Bryan Hitch seven Justice League of America #1 covers forming one image; Alex Ross Kingdom Come #2 page with Superman and Batman; Adam Hughes Catwoman #54 and Detective Comics #858 covers; Mike Zeck Master of Kung Fu #74 cover; and Greg Capullo Batman #6 splash with the Dark Knight being attacked by a miniature Court of Owls and Spawn #130 cover with Spawn atop the clock tower are highlights.
Other original art highlights are Art Adams Years of Future Past #2 cover with Storm vs. a Sentinel; Neal Adams Green Lantern #84 page with Bernie Wrightson on inks; Joe Albelo Peter Porker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #13 cover; Lee Bermejo Batman: Europa #1 variant cover with Batman and the Joker; Norm Breyfogle Batman #456 cover with Tim Drake in front of the Batcave memorial to Jason Todd; Rich Buckler Action Comics #523 cover with Superman vs. an alien monster and Freedom Fighters #6 cover; Sal Buscema Defenders #4 page with the Black Knight and the Enchantress; Frank Cho Fear Itself: The Fearless #1 and #2 double cover with Valkyrie and Sin, the new Red Skull; Geof Darrow three covers; Disney Animation Studios vintage art including Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer’s Apprentice from Fantasia; and Steve Ditko Scary Tales #11 cover/page.
Jason Fabok Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #1 variant cover with Batman, Harley Quinn and their teams; Dave Gibbons Green Lantern #176 cover with him in Shark’s jaws; Adi Granov Darth Vader #11 cover with a painted Vader portrait and Amazing Spider-Man #612 variant cover with Spidey in Kraven’s grave; Gilbert Hernandez Love and Rockets #10 “Palomar/Heartbreak Soup” page with Luba and Easter egg appearances by Robert Crumb and Mister X; James Jean Fables #32 cover; Jock All-Star Batman #4 variant cover of Batman with a chainsaw; Kelley Jones Sandman #22 “Seasons of Mist” chapter one, page one with Lucifer surveying his realm; Joe Jusko Marvel Comics Guide to New York City cover with painted images of Marvel’s biggest heroes; Michael Kaluta Aquaman #70 cover, his rare superhero work; and Sam Kieth Detective Comics #662 cover and Marvel Comics Presents #112 cover with Ghost Rider and the Werewolf By Night are included.
Other highlights are Joe Kubert Ghosts #106 cover; Greg Land Birds of Prey #67 cover with Catwoman; Bob Layton Iron Man #246 cover with Iron Man captive of a Dreadbuster; Joe Madureira Savage Wolverine #6 splash with Logan and Elektra; Steve McNiven Guardians of the Galaxy #1 cover from 2013 with Iron Man joining; Frank Miller Ronin illustration; Sean Murphy Batman: White Knight #7 splash with Joker and Harley confronting Neo Joker and the Rogues; Irv Novick Batman #215 page 1 title splash with a rare Batman vs. Robin battle scene from the late Silver Age; Joe Quesada Iron Man #28 cover; and Frank Quitely Batman and Robin #10 cover with Damian betraying Batman and Wizard #162 partial cover promoting All Star Superman.
Esad Ribic Uncanny X-Force #2 cover with Wolverine, Deadpool, and Psylocke; Eduardo Risso Superman #700 cover tribute to Superman #233; Alex Ross Earth X #7 cover with Hulk, Loki and Clea and Kingdom Come #2 page from the memorable scene with an older Superman and Batman; Marie Severin Tales to Astonish #100 page with a high quality Silver Age Hulk vs. Sub-Mariner battle in three panels; Bill Sienkiewicz Elektra Assassin #6 page; Michael Turner Witchblade merchandising art; Lynn Varley Batman: The Dark Knight #2 blue line color art with “Gotham City Belongs to the Batman”; J.H. Williams Detective Comics #862 cover with Batman and Batwoman; and Bernie Wrightson House of Mystery #195 title splash with horror host Cain and Spider-Man: Hooky graphic novel painted page are also offered.
ComicLink is now accepting seller consignments for their June and July Focused Auctions and Summer Featured Auction launching in August (previews for the latter two will post soon). More information can be found by viewing the ComicLink auction schedule or contacting a ComicLink sales consultant by emailing email@example.com or by calling (617) 517-0062 (option 1). Consignors may receive an upfront, interest free cash advance upon receipt of consignments.