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Facts About Original ADAM HUGHES Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$26,400 Catwoman #63 Cover Art

Official Website:
deviantart.com/adamhughes/gallery

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Harley Quinn #1
  • Batman Adventures #12
  • Spider-Gwen #1
  • Batgirl #1
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How Much is Adam Hughes Art Worth?

Considering how popular Adam Hughes images are, especially to fan boys, it's surprising to see how affordable many of his pieces are. The record sale of around $27K is not chump change, but it's relatively cheap compared to other modern artists.

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Adam Hughes Art Prices

Catwoman #63 Cover Art sold for $26,400
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52 #12 Page 2 "Origin of Wonder Woman" sold for $16,200
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Barb Wire Volume 2 #4 Unused Cover Art sold for $5,020
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Batgirl #3 Cover Art sold for $8,960
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Batman Convention Sketch sold for $170
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Catwoman Illustration sold for $600
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Chattes Noires sold for $9,560
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Fables #100 Pin-up Illustration sold for $3,585
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Green Lantern Illustration sold for $575
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Harley Quinn Volume 2 #1 Variant Cover Art sold for $10,755
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Justice League of America #42 Cover Art sold for $8,100
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Last Son of Krypton Superman Illustration sold for $370
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Legends of the Star Gazers #3 Portfolio Illustration sold for $1,100
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Legends of the Stargazers #6 Wraparound Cover Art sold for $2,990
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Superman #5 Variant Cover Art sold for $4,320
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Superman Gen 13 Caitlin Fairchild Promo Illustration sold for $4,180
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Teen Titans #1 Redwing Cover sold for $410
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Maze Agency #2 Cover Art sold for $900
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Tomb Raider Preliminary Sketch sold for $385
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Maze Agency #5 Cover Art sold for $900
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Untitled Original Illustration sold for $3,120
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Vampirella #1 Cover Art sold for $5,460
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Wonder Woman #165 Preliminary Cover Art sold for $530
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X-Men Classic #75 Cover Art Rogue and Colossus sold for $5,975
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X-Men The Early Years… Cover Art sold for $4,500
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History of Adam Hughes in Comic Book Art

Adam Hughes began his comic book career in 1987 and is among the most renowned artists of pin-up style female characters. His distinctive style of female characters made him a regular creator of cover art for titles like Catwoman and Wonder Woman.

Hughes' earliest published work was of a pin-up in Eagle #6, followed by two short stories in Death Hawk #1.

In 1988, he became a penciller on Mike W. Barr's series, Maze Agency. His first published work for DC came with Justice League of America #31, following which he became a regular penciller and colourist for the series.

Hughes created his first two-page miniseries which he drew and wrote entitled Gen 13 - Ordinary Heroes for the publishing company WildStorm. From there he was asked to provide cover art for the ongoing series Wonder Woman for which he contributed a total of 49 covers. At the same time Hughes was also providing cover art for the Top Cow Comics' series Tomb Raider.

On top of being a prominent contributor to DC, Hughes has also provided cover art for Marvel, Dark Horse Comics, Lucasfilm, Warner Bros. Pictures and Playboy magazine.

His artistic influences come from many comic book artists that came before him such as Dave Stevens, Steve Rude and Mike Mignola, but also artists outside of the comic book genre like Norman Rockwell and Maxfield Parrish.

Hughes has also cited inspiration from other pin-up artists like Aberto Vargas and George Petty. One of Hughes' great talents is his range in style, being able to create characters that look cartoonish, as well as those that come with a certain photographic realism. 


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