Value of Original Jim Steranko Art

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Facts About Original Jim Steranko Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$159,600 Captain America #133 Page 12-13

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1
  • Daredevil #44
  • Strange Tales #160
  • Tower of Shadows #1
Jim Steranko

How Much is Jim Steranko Artwork Worth?

Steranko art is worth thousands to tens of thousands of dollars. Some really special pieces have broken into six figures as well.

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Value of Original Jim Steranko Art

Captain America #133 Page 12-13 sold for $159,600
Jim Steranko

Agent Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #2 Page 15 sold for $18,000
Jim Steranko

Comic Crusader #12 Pin-up Illustration sold for $5,260
Jim Steranko

Comic Crusader #13 Cover Art sold for $4,480
Jim Steranko

Comic Crusader #17 Cover Art sold for $13,200
Jim Steranko

Creatures on the Loose #21 Cover Art sold for $28,680
Jim Steranko

Daredevil #44 Cover Art sold for $18,400
Jim Steranko

Detective Comics #33 Variant Cover Art sold for $26,400
Jim Steranko

Eerie #25 Cover Art sold for $17,250
Jim Steranko

Fletcher Paperback Cover Art sold for $6,570
Jim Steranko

Incredible Hulk Special Annual #1 Recreation Cover Art sold for $21,510
Jim Steranko art

Infinity One Paperback Cover Art sold for $7,170
Jim Steranko

International Comic Book Art Convention Promotion 'The Conventioneers' Page 2 sold for $20,315
Jim Steranko

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #2 Page 19 sold for $14,340
Jim Steranko

Repent Harlequin! Said the Tiktok Man Plate #3 sold for $4,780
Jim Steranko

Strange Tales #160 Page 6 sold for $13,145
Jim Steranko art

Strange Tales #160 Page 12 sold for $33,600
Jim Steranko

Talon Illustration sold for $5,080
Jim Steranko

The Shadow #21 Paperback Cover Art sold for $4,180
Jim Steranko art

The Shadow Painting sold for $34,060
Jim Steranko

The Preliminary Sketch sold for $4,080
Jim Steranko

Tower of Shadows #1 Unpublished Cover Art sold for $20,315
Jim Steranko

X-Men #50 Page 13 sold for $14,340
Jim Steranko art

X-Men #51 Page 1 sold for $17,250
Jim Steranko

X-Men #51 Page 5 sold for $21,510
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History of Jim Steranko in Comic Book Art

Jim Steranko worked for a couple different artists throughout the 1950s as an inker for publications like Harvey Comics. He was given several assignments by Marvel Comics in 1966, after touring their studio and meeting with editor Stan Lee.

Steranko was asked to ink several pages for a new super-spy character named Nick Fury, pencilled by Jack Kirby. The character would first appear in Strange Tales #135, with Kirby still serving as the main artists. When the character reappeared for Strange Tales #155, Steranko was now penciling, inking and colouring the character.

Steranko separated himself from other artists at the time, by mixing the traditional comic book art styles of Jack Kirby and Wally Wood with more experimental surrealism like the work of Salvador Dali. While Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. may be Steranko's most prominent work, he also provided artwork for series like Captain America, Doc Save, Shanna the She-Devil, The X-Men, Tower of Shadows and Supernatural Thrillers.

In the mid 1970s, Steranko provided some artwork for DC Comics, like Superman #400. Later he returned to DC, working on projects like variant cover art for Before Watchmen: Rorschach #1 and Action Comics #1000.

He was in inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2006. His series Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. was inducted into the Alley Awards Hall of Fame in 1969, after winning three Alley Awards the year before for Best Pencil Artist, Best Feature Story and Best Cover in 1968.

In 1970, Steranko won a Shazam Award for Outstanding Achievement by an Individual and an Inkpot Award in 1975. 


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