Value of Original Jack Kirby Art

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The King himself! Jack Kirby is the master of comic book art, and pretty much

Facts About Original Jack Kirby Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$630,000 Tales of Suspense #59 Page 1

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Captain America Comics #1
  • X-Men #1
  • Fantastic Four #1
  • Avengers #1
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How Much is Jack Kirby Art Worth?

Tens of thousands of dollars per published page, usually, with key pages or covers fetching six figures easily.

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Jack Kirby Art Prices

Tales of Suspense #59 Page 1 sold for $630,000
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Adventure Comics #73 Cover Art sold for $119,500
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Captain America #103 Cover Art sold for $288,000
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Captain America #109 Cover Art sold for $264,000
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Esquire September 1966 Illustration sold for $168,000
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Fantastic Four #25 Splash Page 1 sold for $113,525
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Fantastic Four #52 Unused First Black Panther Cover Art sold for $131,450
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Fantastic Four #55 Page 3 sold for $155,350
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Fantastic Four #70 Cover Art sold for $156,000
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Fantastic Four #72 Page 9 sold for $84,000
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Fantastic Four #86 Cover Art sold for $480,000
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Fantastic Four Annual #2 Page 1 sold for $288,000
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Fantastic Four Annual #2 Page 11 sold for $180,000
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Giant-Size Conan #5 Cover Art sold for $156,000
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Iron Man #95 Cover Art sold for $93,000
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Journey into Mystery #112 Page 9 sold for $120,000
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Journey into Mystery #122 Cover Art sold for $155,350
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Marvel Treasury Special Cover Art sold for $264,000
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Strange Tales #101 Page 2-3 sold for $96,000
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Tales of Suspense #84 Cover Art sold for $167,300
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The Avengers #1 Page 21 sold for $180,000
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The Invaders #32 Cover Art sold for $96,000
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Thor #154 Cover Art sold for $161,325
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X-Men #1 Page 3 sold for $89,625
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X-Men #4 Splash Page sold for $132,000
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Amazing Adventures #2 Splash Page sold for $33,600
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Captain America #211 Splash Page sold for $16,800
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Fantastic Four #74 Splash Page sold for $23,900
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The Fantastic Four #11 Pin-up Illustration sold for $43,020
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Green Hornet Fights Crime #37 Page 7 sold for $170
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Tales of Suspense #28 Splash Page sold for $18,600
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Thor #171 Splash Page sold for $13,200
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History of Jack Kirby in Comic Book Art

Jack Kirby is considered to be one of the comic book industry's most innovative and prolific creators of all time. He first taught himself to draw cartoons by tracing over comic strips from newspapers, before entering the industry professionally in the 1930's.

In 1940, Kirby created Captain America, along with writer Joe Simon, which is one of the most successful comic book characters in history. The two were working for Timely Comics, which would eventually become Marvel Comics two decades later.

From the mid-1940s through to 1958, Kirby worked for DC Comics, Harvey Comics and Fox Feature Syndicate among others, drawing many Western-themed and war genre stories which were popular at the time, like Western Boy's Ranch, Fighting American and Boy Commandos.

By the late fifties and early sixties there was a resurgence in the demand for superhero comics, of which Kirby was instrumental in popularizing. Now working at Marvel Comics, Kirby created some of the most popular superheroes and series still known today.

Kirby did the original pencilling of series like Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Thor, the Hulk, Iron Man and Black Panther. All of which were met with massive critical acclaim and beloved fanfare.

In 1970 Kirby left Marvel, feeling he'd been under-appreciated. He started working for DC Comics. There, he produced hit series like New Gods, Mister Miracle and The Forever People, all of which were a connected under "The Fourth World", as well as Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen.

He returned to Marvel in 1976 and picked up the drawing duties for the still running Captain America series. He also created Captain America's Bicentennial Battles one-shot in the oversized treasury format. In addition to that Kirby created the new series The Eternals, that same year.

Kirby has won numerous awards over his career such as an Inkpot Award, Shazam Award and an Eisner Award. Kirby was also the inaugural inductee into the Will Eisner Hall of Fame.

He now has a set of awards named after him, the Jack Kirby Awards, which are given out to comic book artists and writers voted on by industry professionals. There is also a Jack Kirby Hall of Fame which commemorates the lifetime achievements of other industry greats.


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