The last Heritage Signature Auction included the most expensive piece of American comic art ever sold — Todd McFarlane’s The Amazing Spider-Man #328 cover that fetched $657,250. But the upcoming auction, taking place November 15–16 in Dallas, TX, with online bidding at HA.com, features an even stronger selection across the board.
Highlights from the world of original comic book art include:Todd McFarlane — The Amazing Spider-Man #325 cover, original art (Marvel, 1989).Steve Ditko — The Amazing Spider-Man #12, "Unmasked by Doctor Octopus" splash page 1, original art (Marvel, 1964). Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson — Flash #137, Earth-1/Earth-2 crossover cover, original art (DC, 1963).Al Feldstein — Weird Fantasy #8, "The Slave Ship" cover, original art (EC, 1951).Jack Davis — Tales From the Crypt #32 cover, original art (EC, 1952).Frank Miller and Klaus Janson — Daredevil #172, hand-colored Kingpin and Bullseye cover, original art (Marvel, 1981).Robert Crumb — Despair Comics back cover, original art (Print Mint, 1969).Rob Liefeld and Todd McFarlane — New Mutants #93, Wolverine and Cable cover, original art (Marvel, 1990).Jack Kirby and Chic Stone — Journey Into Mystery #114 Thor Transformation Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 1965)Paul Smith — Doctor Strange #56 cover, original art (Marvel, 1982).In addition to the above, there are many more art highlights from outside the comic book realm, including the best comic strip art selection Heritage has ever offered, choice paperback and trading card art, animation art and more. And of course, there’s the usual deep selection of desirable CGC-graded Gold and Silver Age comics. Click here to view the auction preview with high-resolution images of every lot.This is a guest article. The thoughts and opinions in this piece are those of their author and are not necessarily the thoughts of the Certified Collectibles Group.
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