Value of Original John Romita Jr Art

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John Romita Jr art price guide

Apples don't fall far from the tree, and John Romita Jr proves this, making his living in the comic book industry like his father, John Romita Sr.

Facts About Original John Romita Jr Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$168,000 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends #1 Cover Art

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Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Amazing Spider-Man #78
  • Daredevil #254
  • Master of Kung Fu #52
  • Ms. Marvel #19
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How Much is John Romita Jr Artwork Worth?

Five figures for most significant pieces, with four figures for lesser work.

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Prices For John Romita Jr Art

Significant pieces fetch five figures. Lesser work by Romita Jr. will go for a solid four figures.

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends #1 Cover Art sold for $168,000
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Action Comics #1024 Complete 22-Page Story sold for $16,800
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All Star Batman #2 Cover Art sold for $6,600
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All Star Batman #3 Cover Art sold for $5,040
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All Star Batman #5 Cover Art sold for $7,200
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The Amazing Spider-Man #215 Cover Art sold for $11,950
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The Amazing Spider-Man #231 Splash Page 22 sold for $7,770
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The Amazing Spider-Man #234 Cover Art sold for $32,400
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The Amazing Spider-Man #235 Splash Page 1 sold for $28,800
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Avengers Volume 4 #7 Cover Art sold for $4,540
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Batman #80 Cover Art sold for $12,000
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Daredevil #261 Page 8 sold for $38,400
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Daredevil #266 Page 9 sold for $8,400
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Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #3 Splash Page 1 sold for $7,800
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Dazzler #13 Cover Art sold for $8,700
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Marvel Age #92 Cover Art sold for $14,400
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Master of Kung Fu #52 Cover Art sold for $18,000
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Mighty World of Marvel #199 Splash Page 1 sold for $18,000
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Ms. Marvel #19 Cover Art sold for $28,800
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Punisher: War Zone #3 Page 2-3 sold for $13,200
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Uncanny X-Men #176 Cover Art sold for $19,120
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Uncanny X-Men #178 Splash Page 1 sold for $12,000
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Uncanny X-Men #197 Cover Art sold for $13,145
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Uncanny X-Men #209 Cover Art sold for $17,925
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Uncanny X-Men #302 Cover Art sold for $10,755
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History of John Romita Jr in Comic Book Art

John Romita Jr. is the son of John Romita Sr., a famous longstanding comic book artist who worked primarily under Marvel Comics for much of his career.

Romita Jr.'s first contribution to the comic book industry came at the age of only 13 when he created the character, the Prowler, who was featured in The Amazing Spider-Man #78.

Romita Jr. began his professional career working for Marvel UK, drawing sketches of covers for reprints. By the mid-seventies, Romita was working for Marvel in the United States and gained popularity for his run on the Iron Man series with writer David Michelinie and artist Bob Layton.

The three introduced several new characters to the series such as Bethany Cabe, Tony Stark's bodyguard/love interest and rival industrialist Justin Hammer.

In the 1980s, Romita Jr. took over artistic duties on The Amazing Spider-Man, the hit series that his father helped to popularize during his run on it as well. During this period Romita Jr. was also the artist on the series Dazzler for its launch.

Romita also had a run on the Uncanny X-Men series from 1983-1986 and then again in 1993. He also worked on Daredevil, during which time the arch nemesis character Tyhphoid Mary was created, with Romita providing the full pencil work.

He also worked on the crossover series Punisher/Batman as well as the John Byrne miniseries The Punisher: War Zone and Black Panther. In 2007, Romita Jr. worked on the five-issue crossover miniseries World War Hulk.

Along with 62 other comic book artists including his father, Romita Jr. holds two Guinness World Records, one for Fastest Production of a Comic Book and the other for Most Contributors to a Comic Book.

In 2012, Romita Jr. began working for DC Comics providing the pencil-art for the publisher's flagship series, Superman.

In 1994, he won an Inkpot Award and in 2002, along with writer Michael Straczynski and inker Scott Hanna won an Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story: The Amazing Spider-Man #30-35, entitled, Coming Home. 


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