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Facts About Original Howard Chaykin Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$26,400 American Flagg #1 Cover Art


Official Website:
https://www.facebook.com/howardvictorchaykin/

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Star Wars #1
  • American Flagg #1
  • Hulk #21
  • Marvel Premiere #33
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How Much is Howard Chaykin Artwork Worth?

Good pieces sell for several thousand dollars, with iconic covers and splash pages fetching low five figures when they come to market.

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Value of Original Howard Chaykin Art

American Flagg #1 Cover Art sold for $26,400
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American Flagg #14 Cover Art sold for $7,800
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Blackhawk #2 Cover Art sold for $8,400
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Kull and the Barbarians #2 Page 1 sold for $7,500
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Kull and the Barbarians Illustration sold for $7,800
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American Flagg #1 Page 1 sold for $3,350
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American Flagg #8 Page 4 sold for $1,800
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American Flagg #24 Cover Art sold for $4,780
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American Flagg #27 Cover Art sold for $3,840
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American Flagg #28 Cover Art sold for $3,350
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American Flagg Illustration sold for $5,265
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American Flagg Volume 2 #5 Cover Art sold for $3,840
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Batman: Dark Allegiances Page 6 sold for $1,740
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Big Black Kiss #2 Painting sold for $3,360
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Big Black Kiss #8 Page3 sold for $2,750
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Captain America: Theatre of War America First #1 Page 36-37 sold for $2,280
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Hulk #21 Page 1 sold for $2,640
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Marvel Premiere #33 Cover Art sold for $3,360
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Omega the Unknown #4 Cover Art sold for $4,420
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Sword of Sorcery #2 Cover Art sold for $4,180
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The Savage Sword of Conan #22 Page 43 sold for $3,120
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The Shadow #4 Page 22 sold for $2,040
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The Shadow #6 Variant Cover Art sold for $1,560
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American Flagg: Hard Times Collection Wraparound Cover Art sold for $7,170
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American Flagg #5 Page 22 sold for $1,080
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History of Howard Chaykin in Comic Book Art

Howard Chaykin's earliest professional work in the comic book industry came when he began working under Gil Kane, whom he would later call his mentor. After working under Gil Kane, Chaykin took a job as Wally Wood's assistant.

His own artwork was published in a feature called Shattuck, a Western themed story in the military newspaper, Overseas Weekly.  

Chaykin moved over to DC Comics following that, contributing to series like Sword of Sorcery, Weird Worlds and Detective Comics. However, his tenure there did not last long before he left to work for Marvel Comics.

He was the co-artist on the first story of Killraven, along with artist Neal Adams, which appeared in Amazing Adventures #18 in 1974. Chaykin was asked to draw a comic book adaptation of the Star Wars film, written by Roy Thomas in 1976 and provided the artwork for the first ten issues of the series before leaving to work on paperback covers and more experimental comics.

Undoubtedly, Chaykin's greatest career achievement came in 1983 with the launch of his own original series, American Flagg, which he both drew and wrote himself. For the series Chaykin combined all that he had learned from previous assignments into one, mixing pulp, adventure, science-fiction, sex and jazz into the storyline.

In 1984, the series was nominated for ten Eagle Awards, ultimately winning seven of those nominations. Chaykin left the series after issue #26 to return to DC to work on the revamping of The Shadow in 1986, at the same time, he revamped the sierras Blackhawk for a limited three issue run.

He has worked back and forth for DC and Marvel on and off from the 1980's-2000's for series like The Flash, Black Kiss, Mutant X, Batman: Dark Allegiances, JSA and more.  


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