Original Todd McFarlane art price guide
Not only is original Todd McFarlane comic art incredibly popular, the original cover art of Amazing Spider-Man #328 actually holds the record for original American comic art after it sold for $657,250.
While most of McFarlane's present day projects are focused on figurines and statues, collectors are still looking to snag comics associated with him.
Original comic art by Todd McFarlane commonly goes for over $1,000, and can sometimes fetch five or even six figures.
Of course not every Todd McFarlane original art goes for this much, and his work on Amazing Spider-Man is where you will find the majority of his $1,000+ pieces. McFarlane’s post-Marvel publications (such as Spawn) aren't quite as popular among buyers, but that could simply be because issues like Spawn #1 have nearly two million copies in circulation.
Below are some examples of Todd McFarlane art which has sold in the past. While these serve as a guide to the value of his work, each piece of original comic art is unique and generalized valuations cannot be given.
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Todd McFarlane is almost exclusively known for his work on Spider-Man and Spawn, but his work certainly doesn't stop there.
Here are some examples of his work from across his career.
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McFarlane began drawing for DC and Marvel in the mid-80s, contributing to Infinity, Inc., Batman: Year Two, and Incredible Hulk.
Near the end of the decade, Todd was brought on to Marvel's The Amazing Spider-Man, where he introduced "spaghetti webbing"; a detailed approach to Spider-Man's webbing that shows individual strands as opposed to a simple series of Xs between two lines.
His work on Amazing Spider-Man would be the biggest turning point in his career, with the help of amazing covers and the first full appearance of Eddie Brock (Venom).
McFarlane went onto co-found Image Comics and launched Spawn in 1992.
Since then, he has mostly focused on his other business ventures, like McFarlane Toys, but occasionally illustrates comics and oversees Spawn storylines.
Todd McFarlane continues his work on Spawn in many different capacities, contributing storylines, interior art and covers.
Spawn #250 was released in early 2015, marking only the second time an independent comic book has reached such a high issue number.
He also has his hand in recent works such as Haunt (with Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman) and Blood Red Dragon with Stan Lee.
McFarlane also drew a striking variant cover of Walking Dead #100.