Value of Original Jim Starlin Art

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Facts About Original Jim Starlin Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$81,000 Rampaging Hulk Magazine #4 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/146/jim_starlin

Key Comic Book Issues (click to view current market values):

  • Iron Man #55
  • Avengers #120
  • Captain Marvel #32
  • The Infinity Gauntlet #1
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How Much is Jim Starlin Artwork Worth?

Tens of thousands of dollars for key pieces, with lesser pages commanding four to five figures. The more popular the character, the more expensive the artwork is.

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Value of Original Jim Starlin Art

Rampaging Hulk Magazine #4 Cover Art sold for $81,000
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1976 Marvel Calendar Illustration sold for $22,800
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The Avengers #120 Cover Art sold for $75,000
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The Avengers #135 Cover Art sold for $32,400
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Avengers Annual #7 Page 18 sold for $24,000
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Captain Marvel #28 Splash Page sold for $23,300
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Captain Marvel #32 Cover Art sold for $57,600
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Captain Marvel #32 Page 15 sold for $19,200
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Doctor Strange #25 Cover Art sold for $32,400
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FOOM #9 Cover Art sold for $16,730
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Incredible Hulk #217 Cover Art sold for $21,600
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Iron Man #55 Page 8 sold for $16,730
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Iron Man #55 Page 12 sold for $10,755
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Iron Man #55 Page 17 sold for $20,910
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Iron Man #68 Cover Art sold for $26,290
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Marvel Graphic Novel #1 Page 6 sold for $21,600
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Marvel Two-in-One #6 Cover Art sold for $20,400
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Marvel Two-in-One Annual #2 Page 18 sold for $15,600
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Marvel's Greatest Comics #39 Cover Art sold for $40,800
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Special Marvel Edition #18 Cover Art sold for $24,000
Jim Starlin art

Strange Tales #178 Page 14 sold for $19,200
Jim Starlin

Thanos Concept Illustration sold for $17,925
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Thanos vs. Warlock and Captain Marvel Illustration sold for $20,400
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The Mighty World of Captain Marvel #21 Cover Art sold for $11,400
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Werewolf By Night #35 Cover Art sold for $21,000
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History of Jim Starlin in Comic Book Art

Jim Starlin first entered the comic book industry after selling two stories that he'd written and drew himself to DC Comics. He began selling stories to several different publications, before taking a full-time position with Marvel Comics in 1972.

Starlin began working under Roy Thomas and John Romita as a finisher for the series The Amazing Spider-Man. He then drew several issues of Iron Man, bringing two new characters into the series, Thanos and Drax the Destroyer.

Starlin took over the role of plotter for the series Captain Marvel after issue #26. Following his work on Captain Marvel, Starlin and writer Steve Englehart co-created the character Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu. Starlin left the series shortly thereafter to work on Warlock. 

Occasionally throughout the seventies, Starlin would also draw for DC Comics, on series like Legion of Super-Heroes and for the Batman feature of Detective Comics. By the mid-eighties, Starlin was working more often for DC on titles like Batman, and writing for series like The Weird drawn by Wrightson and Cosmic Odyssey drawn by Mike Mignola.

In the 1990s, he returned to work for Marvel and revamped the popular series The Silver Surfer. He later created the crossover miniseries The Infinity Gauntlet and due to its popularity, produced two followup miniseries, Infinity War and Infinity Crusade. In 2013, Starlin joined the writing teams of DC's New 52.

Starlin has won numerous awards over his career such as an Eagle Award, an Inkpot Award, a Haxtur Award and in 2017 was inducted into the Will Eisner Hall of Fame.


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