Value of Original Dan Adkins Art

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Dan Adkins worked for various publishers during the 1960s and 70s, including Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Warren Publishing.

Facts About Original DAN ADKINS Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$71,700 Strange Tales #164 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/1212/dan_adkins

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Doctor Strange #168
  • Creepy #14
  • Captain America #105
  • Marvel Premiere #1
Dan Adkins

How Much is Dan Adkins Artwork Worth?

Four to five figures will acquire most of Adkins' pieces. The more important the piece, the more valuable it is.

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Prices For Dan Adkins Art

Strange Tales #164 Cover Art sold for $71,700
Dan Adkins

Captain America #105 Page 9 sold for $8,365
Dan Adkins

Captain America #105 Page 11 sold for $7,800
Dan Adkins

Captain Marvel #20 Cover Art sold for $6,325
Dan Adkins

Conan the Barbarian #21 Page 7 sold for $6,570
Dan Adkins

Creepy #14 Complete 8-Page Story sold for $3,600
Dan Adkins

Doctor Strange #170 Complete 20-Page Story sold for $8,365
Dan Adkins

Doctor Strange #171 Cover Art sold for $33,600
Dan Adkins

Dynamo #4 Splash Page 1 sold for $14,340
Dan Adkins

Frankenstein #17 Cover Art sold for $7,800
Dan Adkins art

Iron Fist #12 Page 17 sold for $7,500
Dan Adkins

Iron Fist #13 Splash Page 3 sold for $7,200
Dan Adkins art

Marvel Premiere #1 Page 27 sold for $7,770
Dan Adkins

Marvel Premiere #1 Splash Page 15 sold for $6,000
Dan Adkins art

Marvel Premiere #12 Page 1 sold for $10,200
Dan Adkins

Marvel Premiere #25 Cover Art sold for $14,340
Dan Adkins art

Silver Surfer #9 Page 5 sold for $8,960
Dan Adkins

Silver Surfer #11 Page 19 sold for $11,950
Dan Adkins

Strange Tales #162 Cover Art sold for $63,000
Dan Adkins art

Strange Tales #168 Cover Art sold for $27,600
Dan Adkins

Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner #8 Cover Art sold for $19,120
Dan Adkins art

Sub-Mariner Splash Page 20 sold for $4,320
Dan Adkins

Tales to Astonish #93 Splash Page 1 sold for $9,900
Dan Adkins art

Tales to Astonish #100 Page 7 sold for $11,400
Dan Adkins

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #6 Page 13 sold for $4,800
Dan Adkins art

History of Dan Adkins in Comic Book Art

Dan Adkins first started working in the comic book industry in 1956 after launching his own fanzine, entitled Sara. Adkins, who was based out of Phoenix, Arizona at the time would fill the pages with his fantasy illustrations.

Shortly thereafter, he met Bill Pearson who agreed to become the series co-editor. Adkins would also provide artwork to several other fan publications at this time including Amra, Vega and Xero.

He moved to New York City in 1959 and began freelancing for a number of science-fiction magazines.

In 1964, Adkins was hired on to serve as Wally Wood's studio assistant. Together the two collaborated on several horror series for Warren Publishing on titles like Creepy and Eerie. During his time working in the Wally Wood Studio, Adkins drew many Dynamo stories and was one of the original artists to work on T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, whom Wood drew for Tower Comics.

Adkins was then hired on as an inker for Marvel Comics in 1967, but also pencilled several stories for the Doctor Strange series and several other titles at the time.

He continued freelancing for other publishers while at Marvel such as Charlton Comics, Harvey Comics, Dell Comics, Eclipse Comics, Pacific Comics and DC Comics on titles like Batman and Aquaman.

Adkins also provided paintings for cover art on series like Amazing Stories, Eerie, #12 and Famous Monsters of Filmland #42 and #44. 

Adkins was inducted into the Inkwell Awards Joe Sinnott Hall of Fame in 2019 for his lifetime achievement and outstanding accomplishments.


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