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Facts About Original Humberto Ramos Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$9,000 Peter Parker, Spider-Man #47 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.humbertoramos.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • The Champions #1
  • Crimson #1
  • Avengers: The Initiative #24
  • Wolverine #42
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How Much is Humberto Ramos Artwork Worth?

A few hundred bucks to several thousand dollars will buy you an Humberto Ramos piece.

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Value of Original Humberto Ramos Art

Peter Parker, Spider-Man #47 Partial Story sold for $9,000
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Amazing Spider-Man #829 Page 7 sold for $130
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Amazing Spider-Man #821 Page 11 sold for $240
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Amazing Spider-Man #829 Variant Cover Art sold for $4,920
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Avengers: The Initiative #24 Page 2 sold for $335
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Crimson #3 Page 2 sold for $350
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Crimson #12 Partial Story sold for $260
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Daredevil #1 Variant Cover Art sold for $3,240
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Deadpool Team-Up #893 Cover Art sold for $1,080
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DV8 #1 Cover Art sold for $780
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DV8 Trading Card Illustration sold for $1,080
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Impulse #24 Cover Art sold for $450
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Impulse #24 Page 1 sold for $170
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Infinity #1 Variant Cover Art sold for $5,280
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Man with the Screaming Brain #2 Variant Cover Art sold for $530
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Moon Knight #1 Variant Cover Art sold for $3,110
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Peter Parker, Spider-Man #45 Partial Story sold for $4,560
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Peter Parker, Spider-Man #46 Partial Story sold for $7,050
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Runaways #1 Page 4 sold for $240
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Superior Spider-Man #25 Page 8 sold for $325
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Wizard #184 Cover Art sold for $1,315
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Wizard Magazine #142 Cover Art sold for $1,490
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Wolverine #45 Page 4 sold for $310
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Wolverine #48 Page 12-13 sold for $575
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X-Men #196 Page 10 sold for $130
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History of Humberto Ramos in Comic Book Art

Humberto Ramos started working in the comic book industry professionally in 1989 after taking a position with Kaboom Comics. In 1995, Ramos began working for DC Comics, serving as the main penciller for the launch of their new Flash spin-off series, Impulse. 

Ramos co-founded Cliffhanger in 1998, an imprint of Jim Lee's Wildstorm, along with J. Scott Campbell and Joe Madureira. Under Cliffhanger, Ramos' first title was Crimson, which ran for 24 issues and had two subsequent one-shots.

His second title was a fantasy/mystery series called, Out There. Ramos also provided the cover art for the series Peter Parker, Spider-Man beginning with issue #30. For issue #44 of Peter Parker, Spider-Man, Ramos also supplied the artwork for the interior on the story arc "A Death in the Family," 

In 2003, Ramos left Cliffhanger to launch a new Spider-Man title, written by Paul Jenkins called The Spectacular Spider-Man, whom he had previously worked with on the series Peter Parker, Spider-Man. The series was met with positive critical acclaim and earned him a Harvey Award nomination for Best Cover Artist in 2005.

During the time he was drawing for The Spectacular Spider-Man, Ramos also wrote an original six-issue miniseries that was illustrated by Francisco Herrara, entitled Kamikaze. Ramos launched another six-issue miniseries, Revelations that same year, published under Dark Horse Comics. 

Following the publications of the miniseries, Ramos returned to Marvel to begin working on Wolverine, starting with issue #42 in 2006. From 2008-2009, Ramos drew for the series, Runaways, written by Terry Moore before sitting in as the regular artist for The Amazing Spider-Man in 2010.

In 2014, Ramos, along with writer Dan Slott, launched Amazing Spider-Man through the Marvel NOW! line. The first issue of the new take on The Amazing Spider-Man series was the best selling comic of the 21st century, according to Diamond Comics Distributors.

Ramos co-created the Marvel series The Champions as well in 2016, along with writer Mark Waid. 


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