Value of Original Don Newton Art

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Don Newton art price guide

One of the lesser-known artists, Don Newton created high-quality work especially for DC Comics, including Batman and Detective Comics.

Facts About Original DON NEWTON Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$17,925 Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #13 Cover Art

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Batman #355
  • The Phantom #67
  • Unknown Wolrds of Science Fiction #1
  • Detective Comics #501
Don Newton

How Much is Don Newton Art Worth?

A few thousand bucks! Surprising considering Newton's excellent form, especially on Batman (I personally own two of his pages featuring Man-Bat).

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Don Newton Art Prices

Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #13 Cover Art sold for $4,180
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Batman #355 Page 20 sold for $1,680
Don Newton

Batman #355 Page 21 sold for $3,120
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Captain Marvel Illustration sold for $960
Don Newton

Batman Illustration sold for $260
Don Newton

Dare Devil, The Man Without Fear Painting sold for $390
Don Newton

Detective Comics #505 Page 1 sold for $560
Don Newton

Detective Comics #507 Page 1 sold for $1,140
Don Newton

Detective Comics #519 Page 7 sold for $2,390
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Detective Comics #520 Page 5 sold for $2,280
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Ghostly Haunts #42 Cover Art sold for $2,210
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Golden Age Green Lantern Painting sold for $630
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Kirk Alyn as Superman Painting sold for $660
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Monsters #1 Cover Art sold for $2,870
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Superhero Illustration by Don Newton sold for $2,400. Click here to get your original art appraised.Superhero Illustration by Don Newton sold for $2,400. Click here to get your original art appraised.

Superhero Illustration sold for $2,400
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The Golden Age #7 Cover Art sold for $880
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The Golden Age Dare Devil Painting sold for $780
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The Phantom #67 Page 11 sold for $780
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The Phantom #68 Cover Art sold for $3,350
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The Phantom #73 Cover Art sold for $3,350
Don Newton art

The Phantom Illustration sold for $1,020
Don Newton

Uknown World's of Science Fiction Cover Art sold for $1,910
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World's Finest Comics #257 Page 4 sold for $1,320
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World's Finest Comics #255 Page 4 sold for $2,040
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World's Finest Comics #257 Page 1 by Don Lemon sold for $2,220. Click here to get your original art appraised.

World's Finest Comics #257 Page 1 sold for $2,220
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History of Don Newton in Comic Book Art

Don Newton began teaching art in Phoenix, Arizona in the mid-1960s before taking a job with the Science-Fiction and Comics Association. There he worked as an artist, providing work for their publications. From 1968-1973 Newton was responsible for over two dozen cover-art issues of Rocket's Blast Comicolletctor.

His first official comic book publication came later when took a position with Charlton Comics, with his artwork appearing in Ghost Manor #18 in 1974. He would continue doing artwork for various other horror titles at Charlton for the next year and a half.

In 1975, Newton published his first issue of The Phantom, issue #67, and would continue to pencil and ink all the remaining issues of The Phantom during his tenure at Charlton Comics.

From there, he left for Marvel Comics, where he began inking on issues like Giant-Size Defenders, Ghost-Rider, Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu and Savage Sword of Conan. He also did the cover art for the Unknown World's of Science Fiction cover art.

In 1977, he moved to DC Comics, beginning with issues like DC Special #28 and The New Gods #12. Newton fulfilled a life-long dream to draw Captain Marvel after signing a contract in 1978 to be the penciller for the publisher's Shazam! series.

In 1979, he briefly returned to Marvel, aspiring to draw Captain America in the Avengers series, but a lack of consistent work saw his return to DC again, where he started out working on the Green Lantern series.

He spent the remainder of his career at DC, working on series like Batman, Detective Comics, Captain Marvel, All-Star Squadron and Infinity Inc.

In 2011, DC published a hardcover anthology book of the collection of his work on the Barman series entitled, Tales of the Batman: Don Newton. He won the Comic Fan Art Award in 1973 for Fan Favourite Artist.


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