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Facts About Original Frank Quitely Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$10,200 Flex Mantello #2 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://imagecomics.com/creators/frank-quitely

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Flex Mantello #1
  • All-Star Superman #1
  • The Authority #22
  • New X-Men #137
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How Much is Frank Quitely Artwork Worth?

Published Quitely art sells for several hundred to several thousand dollars, with a few pieces breaking into five figures.

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Value of Original Frank Quitely Art

Flex Mantello #2 Cover Art sold for $10,200
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Batman #75 Sketch Variant Cover Art sold for $2,040
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Batman and Robin #10 Cover Art sold for $9,560
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Batman Scottish Connection Page 32 sold for $1,135
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Dark Horse Presents #91 Page 1 sold for $510
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Dark Horse Presents #92 Page 8 sold for $320
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Flex Mantello #1 Page 7 sold for $1,015
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Green Lantern #60 DC 75th Anniversary Variant Cover Art sold for $10,200
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World's Greatest Creators Honour the World's Greatest Heroes 9/11 Illustration sold for $900
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JLA: Earth 2 Page 8 sold for $780
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JLA: Earth 2 Page 32 sold for $7,200
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Dark Horse Presents #92 Page 1 sold for $480
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New X-Men #114 Page 6 sold for $250
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New X-Men #126 Page 27 sold for $3,120
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The Authority #17 Cover Art sold for $720
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The Authority #20 Page 18 sold for $310
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The Invisibles Volume 3 #1 Page 11 sold for $3,840
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All-Star Superman #4 Page 20 sold for $6,600
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All-Star Superman #6 Page 12 sold for $2,270
Frank Quitely 

Batman and Robin #1 Page 22 sold for $2,040
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Dark Horse Presents #93 Page 2 sold for $530
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New X-Men #137 Page 11 sold for $1,440
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Spider-Man DVD Boxset Illustration sold for $1,135
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The Authority #22 Page 20 sold for $1,440
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History of Frank Quitely in Comic Book Art

Frank Quitely is the pseudonym of Vincent Deighan, which he worked under for much of his career, initially to hide his work from his parents whom he worried might find it upsetting.

Quitely began working in the industry while still in his native city of Glasgow, providing artwork for Electric Soup, an underground comic book in 1990. The comic book gained popularity over time and was eventually distributed across the UK.

This helped Quitely garner the attention of other editors such as David Bishop, editor of Judge Dredd Magazine who began giving the young artist assignments. Quitely worked on Shimura, written by Robbie Morrison and Missionary Man by Gordon Rennie. From there, he went to work for Dark Horse Presents and Dark Horse Comics. 

In 1996 he gained popularity in America for his work on Flex Mentallo, a spin-off from the Doom Patrol series. Quitely also drew various cover art for DC Comics before publishing his fist full length graphic novel, written by Alan Grant, Batman: The Scottish Connection.

In 2000, Quitely took over the drawing duties of Bryan Hitch for the series The Authority, written by Mark Millar, before he left that position in order to draw the New X-Men. 

In 2004, he signed a two year contract with DC Comics, drawing for the twelve-issue All-Star Superman series. Following the success of All-Star Superman, Quitely drew for the Batman and Robin series.

Quitely has won numerous awards over his career such as a Best Artist Harvey Award and Best New Series Eisner Award for All-Star Superman, and a Best Artist in Comics Today Award from National Comics.


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