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Facts About Original Joe Quesada Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$11,100 Who's Who in the DC Universe Illustration

Official Website:
https://joequesada.tumblr.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Batman: Sword of Azrael #1
  • Marvel Knights #1
  • Daredevil #10
  • Solar, Man of Atom #23
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How Much is Joe Quesada Artwork Worth?

Most Joe Quesada original art pieces sell for a few thousand bucks, though better pieces can approach five figures.

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Value of Original Joe Quesada Art

Who's Who in the DC Universe Update #1 Illustration sold for $11,100
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Adventures of Superman Annual #4 Cover Art by Joe Quesada sold for $3,110. Click here to get your original art appraised.

Adventures of Superman Annual #4 Cover Art sold for $3,110
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Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 Page 20 sold for $1,320
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Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 Page 4 sold for $1,680
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Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 Page 8 sold for $1,560
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Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 Page 21 sold for $1,320
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Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 Page 15 sold for $5,975
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Batman: Sword of Azrael Paperback Cover Art sold for $7,770
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Daredevil #10 Page 7 sold for $1,560
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Daredevil #10 Page 12 sold for $3,480
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Daredevil #14 Page 1 sold for $3,600
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Daredevil Father #1 Page 10 sold for $8,125
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Daredevil Volume 2 #10 Page 11 sold for $1,075
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Deathlok Annual #1 Cover Art sold for $1,790
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Deathmate Epilogue Cover Art sold for $8,960
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Solar, Man of the Atom #23 Cover Art sold for $1,680
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Marvel Knights #5 Cover Art sold for $1,310
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Marvel Swimsuit Special Ghost Rider & Johnny Blaze Pin-up Illustration sold for $2,880
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Wizard Magazine #22 Cover Art sold for $3,110
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X-Factor #13 Cover Art sold for $1,980
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X-Factor #82 Cover Art sold for $3,825
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X-Factor #87 Cover Art sold for $4,180
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X-Factor #92 Page 22 sold for $2,040
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X-Factor #92 Page 37 sold for $3,120
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X-Factor Annual #7 Page 1-2 sold for $2,520
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History of Joe Quesada in Comic Book Art

Joe Quesada graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1984 with a major in illustration.

His main artistic influences came from the work of Mike Mignola, Alex Toth and Alphonse Mucha. He was hired by DC Comics in 1990 after presenting them with his twelve page portfolio that had renderings of Superman, Spider-Man, and the X-Men as well as non-superhero characters.

While working for DC, Quesada co-created the character Azrael with writer Dennis O'Neil for their 1992 miniseries, Batman: Sword of Azrael and revamped the Ray, a superhero originally from the Golden Age. Quesada also began working for Valiant Comics, where he provided cover art and interiors for titles like Ninjak and Solar, Man of the Atom. 

Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti, his inking partner, then formed their own publishing company called Event Comics. The two created their own character Ash, a fire-fighter who also has superpowers. The series ran from 1994-1999, and Quesada credits this experience as being what would prepare him to later serve as editor-in-chief for Marvel Comics in 1998.

Quesada was brought on to work for Marvel at a time when the company was struggling financially. He was asked to try to popularize several low-interest characters such as Punisher, The Inhumans, Daredevil and Black Panther, which were to be brought forward in a new line called Marvel Knights.

Quesada also brought in new creative talent like David W. Mack, Mike Oeming, Brian Michael Bendis, Garth Ennis, and Steve Dillon to help with the series. The new line was a great success and helped Marvel to regain its fandom.

Quesada also won a Diamond Gem Award in 1993 for Best Cover Art for X-O Manowar #0.


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