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Facts About Original Alex Toth Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$12,600 Zorro Volume #1 Cover Art

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Creepy #6
  • Eerie #2
  • X-Men #12
  • World's Finest Comics #66
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How Much is Alex Toth Artwork Worth?

Usually several thousand dollars for quality work by Alex Toth.

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Zorro Volume #1 Cover Art sold for $12,600
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Batgirl & Supergirl Underoos Illustration sold for $5,020
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Big Daddy Roth #3 5-Page Story sold for $3,720
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Black Canary Pin-up Illustration sold for $7,770
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Creepy #6 Page 7 sold for $6,600
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Creepy #32 Page 5 sold for $7,770
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Creepy #75 Page 2 sold for $2,640
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DC & Marvel Underoos Illustration sold for $6,570
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Eerie #2 Partial Story sold for $3,820
Alex Toth

Eerie #64 Page 3 sold for $3,360
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Four Colour #845 'The Land of the Unknown' Story Page 14 sold for $3,840
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House of Secrets #123 Page 11 sold for $5,040
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Intimate love #21 Page 3 sold for $350
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Nightmare Unpublished Story sold for $5,280
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Popular Romance #22 10-Page Story sold for $7,170
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Rip Hunter…Time Master #6 Page 7 sold for $8,370
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Spider-Man Underoos Ilustration sold for $3,110
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Superman Annual #12 Page 3-4 sold for $9,000
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The Unseen #6 1-Page Story sold for $4,560
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Unnamed Illustration sold for $7,200
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Witzend #10 Partial Story sold for $4,925
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Wonder Woman Underoos Illustration sold for $3,700
Alex Toth

World's Finest Comics #66 Page 5 sold for $4,800
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X-Men #12 Page 13 sold for $8,365
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Value of Original Alex Toth Art

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History of Alex Toth in Comic Book Art

Alex Toth graduated from the School of Industrial Art in Manhattan in 1947. He was hired later that same year by Sheldon Mayer of DC Comics to provide artwork for issue #28 of Green Lantern.

Following the success of his first assignment, Toth then began drawing for All-Star Comics. He drew four issues initially, including issues #38 and #41 wherein the Justice Society of America first meets the Black Canary and then eventually joining the team.

Toth continued working for DC over the next five years, during the Golden Age of the industry, providing versions of Doctor Mid-Nite, the Atom and the Flash. Toth also drew outside of the super hero genre, drawing for Western titles as well like All-Star Western.

DC editor Julius Schwartz called Toth "my best artist at the time" and gave him many sought-after characters and assignments to draw. In 1952, Toth and writer Robert Kanigher co-created Rex the Wonder Dog, a very popular character of the era. 

By the end of 1952, Toth's contract had expired and he left DC and moved to California and took a job with Standard Comics. He left the superhero genre to focus more on romance, crime and suspense and war themed comics.

Toth was drafted by the U.S. Army in 1954 and stationed in Tokyo, Japan. While there, Toth wrote and drew his own adventure comic strip for the Depot Diary, his base's paper. The regular strip featured Toth's character Jon Fury.

Toth returned home from overseas in 1954 and settled again in California, this time working for Dell Comics until 1960. Following his stint there, Toth moved into working on animated series for television and was hired by Hanna-Barbera working as the art director on series like Space Ghost, The Herculoids, Birdman and the Galaxy Trio and others.

He continued to contribute artwork for various comics and publishers throughout the 1970s, like Creepy and Eerie for Warren Publishing. 

In 1981, Toth was the recipient of an Inkpot Award at the San Diego Comic Con and was inducted into the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1990. 


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