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Facts About Original Dan Jurgens Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$16,800 Superman #81 Page 22

Official Website:
https://danjurgens.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • 52 #10
  • Armageddon 2001 #1
  • The Adventures of Superman #1
  • Captain America #50
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How Much is Dan Jurgens Artwork Worth?

You've probably seen Jurgens' artwork in the Death of Superman era, though his work goes back to the 80s. Most of his art pieces sell for four to five figures.

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Value of Original Dan Jurgens Art

Superman #81 Page 22 sold for $16,800
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52 #10 Splash Page sold for $1,200
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Action Comics #669 Cover Art sold for $5,760
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Action Comics #671 Cover Art sold for $3,840
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Adventures of Superman #467 Cover Art sold for $3,825
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Armageddon 2001 #1 Cover Art sold for $1,670
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Back Issue #69 Cover Art sold for $2,880
Dan Jurgens 

Booster Gold #23 Page 13 sold for $1,000
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Captain America #50 Page 10-11 sold for $2,400
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Captain America and the Falcon #13 Cover Art sold for $6,000
Dan Jurgens 

DC Challenge #6 Cover Art sold for $2,880
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DC vs. Marvel #1 Page 20 sold for $2,625
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DC vs. Marvel #4 Page 10-11 sold for $7,500
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Marvel vs. DC #2 Page 15 sold for $6,600
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Sensational Spider-Man #0 Back Cover Art sold for $3,360
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Sensational Spider-Man #2 Page 4 sold for $1,500
Dan Jurgens 

Superman #76 Page 2-3 sold for $3,600
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Superman #80 Page 5 sold for $15,000
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Superman #103 Cover Art sold for $2,400
Dan Jurgens 

Superman #146 Toyman Cover Art sold for $1,550
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Superman Forever #1 Page 8 sold for $1,740
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Superman Volume 2 #76 Page 21 sold for $1,920
Dan Jurgens 

The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Man #19 Page 2-3 sold for $1,320
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Warlord #73 Cover Art sold for $3,600
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Wizard Superman vs. Doomsday Illustration sold for $4,480
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History of Dan Jurgens in Comic Book Art

Dan Jurgens began his professional career with DC Comics in 1982, drawing for The Warlord series with issue #63. He also drew the limited series, Sun Devils in 1984.

Jurgens created his own character, Booster Gold, the following year and the character joined the Justice League of America once Jurgens took over the series' writing duties. He was also a contributor to the DC limited series DC Challenge in 1986.

Jurgens began drawing Superman with The Adventures of Superman Annual #1, and in 1988 he began writing and drawing the monthly edition of The Adventures of Spider-Man. He also contributed to issues of Green Arrow. In 1991, he drew the limited series Armageddon 2001 and co-created its protagonist Waverider along with Archie Goodwin. 

In 1996, Jurgens went to work for Marvel Comics to write and pencil for their new Spider-Man series, The Sensational Spider-Man, of which Jurgens wrote and drew the first seven issues #0-#6.

He became disillusioned with the series,  due to too much input from the editor and other group members, so he left the project to start working on the second volume of Teen Titans. Jurgens pencilled the entire 24-issue run from 1996-1998.

In 1999, Jurgens decided to quit writing and pencilling for Superman with Superman vol. 2 #150 after working on the character for over ten years. He began working on the second volume of Thor as well as writing and providing artwork for the third volume of Captain America.

Also in that year he debuted as the writer for the new title, Tomb Raider: The Series, who's initial issue was the number one selling comic book of that year. Jurgens continued to serve as the series writer until issue #21.  

In the 2000's he returned to DC Comics and began writing for Aquaman, Nightwing and providing layouts for the Infinite Crisis' lead storyline. He also contributed to The New 52 and Batman Beyond.

In 1994, Jurgens was awarded the National Cartoonists Society Award for Best Comic Book.


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