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Facts About Original alfredo alcala Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$13,200 Detective Comics #576 Page 16

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Arak, Son of Thunder #18
  • Batman #362
  • The Incredible Hulk #222
  • Marvel Treasury of Oz #1
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Prices For ALFREDO ALCALA Art

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Detective Comics #576 Page 16 sold for $13,200
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Arak, Son of Thunder #18 Cover Art sold for $2,040
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Batman #362 Splash Page 2 sold for $12,000
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Batman #380 Splash Page 3 sold for $2,970
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Batman #385 Partial 3-Page Story sold for $2,030
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Conan Painting sold for $840
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Dazzler #2 Page 21 sold for $3,350
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Detective Comics #520 Page 5 sold for $2,280
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Hulk Magazine #19 Splash Page 26-27 sold for $2,640
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The Incredible Hulk #222 Page 2 sold for $1,680
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Kamandi #52 Splash Page 2-3 sold for $1,680
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Kamandi #53 Splash Page 2-3 sold for $2,280
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Marvel Treasury of Oz #1 Page 13 sold for $2,030
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Marvel Two-in-One #42 Page 5 sold for $1,500
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Planet of the Apes #24 Splash Page 6-7 sold for $2,870
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The Savage Sword of Conan #20 Page 11 sold for $4,780
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The Savage Sword of Conan #36 Splash Page 1 sold for $7,200
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Star Wars Sunday Comic Strip November 9 1980 sold for $3,120
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The Swamp Thing #52 Page 10 sold for $2,280
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The Swamp Thing #52 Splash Page 13 sold for $3,120
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The Swamp Thing #58 Page 12 sold for $1,195
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The Swamp Thing #59 Page 21 sold for $2,880
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The Swamp Thing #62 Page 18 sold for $890
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Thor Concept Illustration sold for $2,270
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Yoda Painting sold for $1,550
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History of ALFREDO ALCALA in Comic Book Art

Alfredo Alcala was born and raised in the Philippines and began working as a sign painter and commercial artists after dropping out of high school. He assisted the U.S. Military during World War II by providing them with detailed drawings of Japanese military gear he had seen while Japan was occupying his country. 

In 1948, Alcala started working in the comic book industry, first for Bituin Komiks, also known as Star Comics and then for Ace Publications, which was the Philippines largest comic book publisher at the time. 

In 1963, he created the series Voltar, wherein the lead character greatly resembled Frank Frazetta's interpretation of Conan the Barbarian. The title was a commercial success both in the Philippines and abroad, even winning several awards. 

In 1971, Alcala relocated to New York City and began working for both Marvel and DC Comics, where he would remain for the following decade. He worked on comic adaptations of The Planet of the Apes, Marvel Treasury of Oz, The Marvelous Land of Oz and created Kong the Untamed. He would also draw stories for Warren Publishing during this period as well.

In the early 1980's he penciled the Sunday Star Wars newspaper comic strip. He teamed up with legendary artist Jack Kirby on Destroyer Duck for Eclipse Comics and also began inking for several other prominent pencillers like John Buscema on Conan the Barbarian and over Don Newton's pencil on the Batman series.

Alcala won several awards over his career including an Inkpot Award in 1977 and in 2021 he was the recipient of the Inkwell Awards Stacey Aragon Special Recognition Award.


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