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Record Sale for Artwork:
$45,600 The New Mutants #22 Cover Painting

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • New Mutants #1
  • Batman #400
  • Elektra: Assassin #1
  • Moon Knight #1
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How Much is Bill Sienkiewicz Artwork Worth?

Cover art sells for tens of thousands of dollars. Lesser pieces still fetch several thousand bucks each.

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Value of Original Bill Sienkiewicz Art

 New Mutants #22 Cover Painting sold for $45,600
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Batman #400 Page 18 sold for $13,200
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Batman and Joker Illustration sold for $20,400
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Blade Runner Mixed Media Collage sold for $37,500
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Daredevil #6 Preliminary Cover Art sold for $9,600
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Detective Comics #701 Cover Art sold for $22,800
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Elektra: Assassin #2 Page 23 sold for $24,000
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Elektra: Assassin #7 Page 11 sold for $19,800
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Elektra: Assassin #8 Page 17 sold for $14,340
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Fantastic Four #219 Cover Art sold for $26,400
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Fantastic Four #223 Splash Page 1 sold for $8,700
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Marvel Comics Calendar 1980 February Illustration sold for $15,600
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Marvel Super Special #36 Page 2 sold for $17,500
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Moon Knight #1 Variant Cover Art sold for $18,000
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Moon Knight #7 Cover Art sold for $16,800
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Moon Knight #9 Splash Page 1 sold for $6,600
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Moon Knight #24 Cover Art sold for $43,020
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Moon Knight #30 Page 27 sold for $9,375
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Moon Knight #1 Page 21 sold for $26,400
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New Mutants #20 Page 18 sold for $38,400
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 New Mutants #47 Cover Art sold for $28,800
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Star Wars: Return of the Jedi #2 Cover Art sold for $20,315
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The Shadow #6 Cover Art sold for $10,755
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Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6 Cover Art sold for $28,800
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Wolverine #10 Cover Art sold for $31,070
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History of Bill Sienkiewicz in Comic Book Art

Bill Sienkiewicz began drawing at a very early age, inspired by artists like Jack Kirby and Curt Swan. He studied classical art education at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts, after graduating, Sienkiewicz showed his portfolio to Vince Colletta, the art director of DC Comics in 1979.

They could not provide full-time work for him at the time, but he was hired on by Marvel Comics shortly thereafter and began drawing for the Moon Knight series in 1980. His unique drawing style brought the Moon Knight character out of the contention that the character was a mere ripoff of Batman.

He also drew occasionally for the Fantastic Four series, but his most significant series was New Mutants, a spin-off from Marvel's X-Men. This came at a time in the mid-eighties when Sienkiewicz's artistic style was changing dramatically to a more expressionistic look, often using paint, collage and mixed media in his illustrations.

He also produced cover art for a variety of Marvel series like ROM, Dazzler, The Mighty Thor, The Transformers and The Return of the Jedi.

In 1986, he illustrated the eight-issue limited series, Elektra: Assassin. That same year, he did interior work for DC's Batman, in particular issue #400. Sienkiewicz then drew the comic book adaptation to the popular novel and film Dune. He also drew the illustrations for Frank Miller's graphic novel Daredevil: Love and War.

In 1990, Sienkiewicz drew an illustrated adaptation of Moby Dick and collaborated with writer Andy Helfer on the first six issues of the DC title, The Shadow. He has also inked several issues of Neal Adams' Batman: Odyssey.

Sienkiewicz has won numerous industry awards over his career, such as an Eagle Award and an Inkpot Award both in 1981. He would later win the Eagle Award for Best Artist the next two years consecutively following his 1981 win for Best New Artist.

He has also won a Kirby Award for Best Artist for the Elektra: Assassin series and several Eisner Awards, among others.


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