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One of the more popular modern artists has a growing following of fans interested in owning a piece of his work.

Facts About Original J SCOTT CAMPBELL Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$20,400 Princess of Mars #1 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://jscottcampbell.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • The Amazing Spider-Man #500
  • Danger Girl #1
  • Gen 13 #20
  • Wizard the Comics Magazine #62
J. Scott Campbell

How Much is J Scott Campbell Art Worth?

There are plenty of examples of his art that have sold for thousands of dollars. More accessible pieces like convention sketches can sell for a few hundred. Covers and big splash pages fetch low five figures for the most part.

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J Scott Campbell Art Prices

Warlord of Mars #1 Cover Art sold for $20,400
J. Scott Campbell 

Batman Illustration sold for $690
J. Scott Campbell

Conan the Barbarian Specialty Drawing sold for $290
J. Scott Campbell

Danger Girl #4 Cover Art sold for $1,850
J. Scott Campbell

Gen 13 #5 Page 12-13 sold for $930
J. Scott Campbell

Gen 13 #3 Cover Art sold for $7,770
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Gen 13 #4 Page 4 sold for $1,135
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Gen 13 #8 Page 14 sold for $14,540
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Gen 13 #20 Page 7 sold for $1,260
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Gen 13 #1 Cover Art sold for $3,880
J. Scott Campbell

Gen 13 #19 Page 4 sold for $70
J. Scott Campbell

Gen 13 Power Pack Trading Cards #31 and #36 sold for $1,790
J. Scott Campbell

Jam Piece Illustration sold for $1,080
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Mage Knight: Stolen Destiny #1 Cover Art  sold for $1,730
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Marsupilami Sketch sold for $290
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Phoenix Unused Cover Art sold for $960
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Spider-Man and Spawn Illustration sold for $2,390
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Superior Spider-Man #2 Variant Cover Art sold for $7,200
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Superman Costume Concept Sketch sold for $220
J. Scott Campbell

Transmetropolitan: Filth of the City Page 28-29 sold for $7,170
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Vengeance of the Moon Knight #9 Cover Art sold for $6,570
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Wizard the Comics Magazine #62 Cover Art sold for $4,180
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History of J. Scott Campbell in Comic Book Art

J. Scott Campbell began his career as a freelancer in the late eighties and early nineties, drawing for commercial art jobs. Campbell put together a portfolio of his work in preparation for the 1993 San Diego Comic Con, hoping to meet various editors and artists to gain full-time work.

That same year, Jim Lee's publishing studio, Wildstorm Productions, had proposed a contest in search of new talent to draw for the series Wild C.A.T.S. One issue of Wild C.A.T.S. asked readers to send in their artwork, and Campbell put together a four-page story of the series, along with other samples of his work and mailed it into the Wildstorm studio. Lee was pleased with his work and phoned him several weeks later, asking Campbell if he would move out to San Diego to begin working for him.

Campbell's earliest work for Wildstorm were pin-ups for the studio's Swimsuit Special in 1993. Following that he did spot illustrations for the Wild C.A.T.S. Sourcebook and regularly contributed to the Stormwatch series from issue #0. 

Later that same year Campbell would go on to co-create Gen 13, a teen superhero team which was first featured in Deathmate Black, before being launched into its own five-issue miniseries in 1994. Jim Lee and Brandon Choi wrote the initial two issues without Campbell; he was brought on as a co-writer for the remaining three issues.

In 1995, Gen 13 was given a green light to run as a regular series with Campbell co-writing until issue #18, and serving as the primary artist up until issue #20, before leaving to work on other projects in 1997. 

In 1998, Campbell, Joe Madureira and Humberto Ramos launched their own imprint under Wildstorm Productions called Cliffhanger. Under this imprint, Campbell launched his own series, Danger Girl, a dramatic action storyline that followed an all-female team of secret agents. Danger Girl led to several spin-off series with storylines also written by Campbell. 

In 2006, Campbell provided the variant incentive cover art for Justice League of America volume 2 #0, and illustrated the covers for the six-issue limited series, Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash, the following year.

Campbell has also provided numerous cover art for issues of The Amazing Spider-Man from 2001-2013, including issues #30-#35, #50-#52, #500 and seven more issues between #601-#700.

Campbell is best-known for his fanboy-pleasing sexy female forms.


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