Value of Original Dan DeCarlo Art

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Dan DeCarlo art price guide

THE Archie artist, Dan DeCarlo is the most collected of the series.

Facts About Original Dan DeCarlo Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$114,000 Archi's Madhouse #22 Complete 5-Page Story

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Archie's Girls Betty & Veronica #177
  • Jetta of the 21st Century
  • Archie Pals 'N' Gals #38
  • Laugh Comics #137
Dan Decarlo

How Much is Dan DeCarlo Artwork Worth?

Most DeCarlo art sells for a few thousand dollars a piece, but exceptionally important work can go for much more.

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Prices For Dan DeCarlo Art

Archie's Madhouse #22 Complete 5-Page Story by Dan Decarlo sold for $114,000. Click here to get your original art appraised.

Archie's Madhouse #22 Complete 5-Page Story sold for $114,000
Dan Decarlo

Archie's Girls Betty & Veronica #139 Cover Art sold for $2,630
Dan Decarlo art

Archie's Girls Betty & Veronica #177 Complete 5-Page Story sold for $4,800
Dan Decarlo

Archie's Pals 'N' Gals #38 Cover Art sold for $4,560
Dan Decarlo

Breezy Gag Illustration sold for $2,880
Dan Decarlo art

Betty & Me #2 Complete 5-Page Story sold for $2,880
Dan Decarlo

Breezy / Comedy Parade Gag Illustration sold for $3,360
Dan Decarlo

Gaze August 1961 Gag Illustration sold for $5,040
Dan Decarlo

Gee-Whiz #9 March 1957 Gag Illustration sold for $2,520
Dan Decarlo art

Gee-Whiz #10 Gag Illustration sold for $3,720
Dan Decarlo

Gag Illustration sold for $2,640
Dan Decarlo

Humorama Gag Illustration sold for $4,080
Dan Decarlo art

Humorama Gag Illustration sold for $4,800
Dan Decarlo

Humorama Gag Illustration sold for $6,600
Dan Decarlo

Humorama July 1957 Gag Illustration sold for $4,560
Dan Decarlo

Jest Volume 2 #24 Illustration sold for $4,320
Dan Decarlo art

Joker April 1957 Gag Illustration sold for $4,080
Dan Decarlo

Joker April 1957 Illustration sold for $2,640
Dan Decarlo art

Joker April 1958 Illustration sold for $3,120
Dan Decarlo

Joker January 1965 Gag Illustration sold for $6,000
Dan Decarlo

Joker June 1956 Illustration sold for $2,640
Dan Decarlo art

Laugh Comics #137 Complete 5-Page Story sold for $4,080
Dan Decarlo

Laugh Digest December 1968 Cover Art sold for $4,540
Dan Decarlo

Zip July 1969 Gag Illustration sold for $6,600
Dan Decarlo

Jetta of the 21st Century Splash Page 2 sold for $2,640
Dan Decarlo art

History of Dan DeCarlo in Comic Book Art

Dan Decarlo began drawing comics while serving in the US Army during World War II for the weekly military comic strip, 418th Scandal Sheet. He started working for Timely Comics in 1947, the predecessor to Marvel Comics.

His first assignment was to pencil the teen-humour series, Jeanie. After drawing ten Jeanie books, Decarlo was reassigned to draw for Millie the Model and found greater success with that series. Decarlo drew Millie the Model for ten years from 1949-1959, pencilling every issue from #18-93. Decarlo also drew many of the Millie spin-off series like Chili Storm and Sherry the Showgirl and Showgirls.

Decarlo also drew for Standard Comics during the 1950's for series like Jetta the 21st Century, a futuristic teen-horror themed comic. He worked outside of the comic book industry as well for publications like The Saturday Evening Post and Argosy as well as the Timely/Atlas' publisher Martin Goodman's Humorama line which featured pin-up girls and cartoons digests.

By the late 1950's Decarlo began freelancing for Archie Comics while still working for Timely/Atlas. His work has become heavily associated with the publisher for his original characters like Cheryl Blossom, Josie and the Pussycats and Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

Decarlo was nominated for the Shazam Award for Best Penciller in the Humour Division in 1974 by the Academy of Comic Book Arts. In 2000, Decarlo won the National Cartoonists Society Award for Best Comic Book for Betty & Veronica.


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