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Arthur Art Adams art is much collected among fans of X-titles and Wolverine, and he's also done work for DC Comics on Batman and Superman.

Facts About Original Arthur ART Adams Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$49,200 Mutants X-Men Poster Illustration 

Official Website:
https://arthuradamsart.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Batman Annual #23
  • Classic X-Men #13
  • JLA: Scary Monsters #1
  • X-Men #100
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How Much is Arthur Adams Artwork Worth?

Art Adams art sells for four to five figures, depending on the importance of the piece.

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Prices For Arthur Adams Art

Mutants X-Men Poster Illustration sold for $49,200
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Action Comics Annual #10 Complete 4-Page Story sold for $14,400
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Batgirl and Clayface Illustration sold for $5,280
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Batman Annual #23 Cover Art sold for $4,780
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Batman vs. Predator #2 Pin-up sold for $11,400
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Classic X-Men #13 Cover Art sold for $24,000
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Dark Horse Classics: Terror of Godzilla #3 Cover Art sold for $8,400
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GQ Magazine Real Life Super Villains Illustration sold for $7,770
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JLA: Scary Monsters #1 Cover Art sold for $7,800
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Longshot #1 Splash Page 1 sold for $14,340
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Longshot #2 Double Page Spread 6-7 sold for $14,375
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Longshot #4 Page 14 sold for $7,800
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Longshot #6 Page 35 sold for $15,600
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Longshot Trade Paperback Cover Art sold for $13,200
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Marvel Fanfare #37 Pin-Up Illustration sold for $9,560
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Micronauts Unpublished Pin-up Illustration sold for $9,000
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New Mutants Special Edition #1 Page 28 sold for $10,200
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New Mutants Special Edition #1 Page 10 sold for $21,600
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War of the Realms #4 Cover Art sold for $12,000
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X-Men #100 Cover Art sold for $21,600
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X-Men Annual #9 Page 16 sold for $13,200
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X-Men Annual #9 Page 18 sold for $18,600
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X-Men Annual #9 Page 44 sold for $11,400
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X-Men Annual #14 Splash Page 2 sold for $7,800
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X-Men: Blue #21 Cover Art sold for $8,400
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History of Arthur Adams in Comic Book Art

Arthur Adams began drawing fan art and pin-ups at comic conventions, before gaining the attention of editor Roy Thomas of Marvel Comics. His first professional work for Marvel was providing the artwork for the five issue mini-series Longshot, written by Marvel editor Ann Nocenti.

From there, Adams became heavily associated with the X-Men franchise, drawing poster art and providing artwork for certain issues of Uncanny X-Men and the 1980s spinoff series New Mutants Special Edition #1.

Adams is perhaps most famously known for his 1987 X-Men poster. It featured Wolverine jumping out at the viewer, with every member of the X-Men team behind him.

Adams also drew Web of Spider-Man Annual #2, which featured encounters with some of the New Mutants. Through the 1980s Adams would provide much of the cover art for The New Mutants, and he he drew twenty of the twenty-three issue series Classic X-Men.

In 1989, he also drew several issues of X-Factor and the one-shot Excalibur: Mojo Mayhem. Adams provided all the interior work for Uncanny X-Men Annuals in 1986, 1988 and 1990. 

While working for Marvel, Adams also freelanced for other publishers, including DC Comics, drawing several pages of Batman #400 and Action Comics Annual #1. He also freelanced for Comico Comics, illustrating both Gumby Summer Fun Special #1 and Gumby's Winter Fun Special, written by Steve Purcell. 

In the 1990s, Adams had brief runs on several other Marvel series including Hulk, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Wolverine and Ghost Rider. He also worked for Dark Horse Comics during this period as well, on a number of various Godzilla titles like Godzilla Colour Special and King Kong vs. Godzilla.

Since the 2000s, Adams has been working a lot with DC Comics on series like Superman, Batman, JLA: Scary Monsters and others.

He has won several awards over his career, including a Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award in 1986 and in 1988 he won the Eisner Award for Best Single Issue for Grumby Summer Fun Special #1. In 2017, he was the recipient of the Inkpot Award.


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