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Facts About Original Mark Bagley Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$40,800 The Amazing Spider-Man #374 Page 10

Official Website:
https://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/87/mark_bagley

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Avengers vs. X-Men #4
  • New Warriors #15
  • The Amazing Spider-Man #355
  • Venom #1
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How Much is Mark Bagley Artwork Worth?

Bagley art usually sells in the four to five figures range. More significant pieces involving Spider-Man and his enemies can break the $10K barrier.

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Value of Original Mark Bagley Art

The Amazing Spider-Man #374 Page 10 sold for $40,800
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The Amazing Spider-Man #5 Page 4 sold for $1,670
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The Amazing Spider-Man #355 Cover Art sold for $39,600
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The Amazing Spider-Man #357 Cover Art sold for $7,770
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The Amazing Spider-Man #361 Page 12 sold for $3,940
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The Amazing Spider-Man #381 Page 23 sold for $6,000
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The Amazing Spider-Man #388 Page 10 sold for $2,400
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The Amazing Spider-Man #389 Cover Art sold for $13,150
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The Amazing Spider-Man #397 Page 1 sold for $3,960
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The Amazing Spider-Man #408 Page 1 sold for $2,880
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The Amazing Spider-Man #415 Page 18 sold for $2,640
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The Amazing Spider-Man Trading Card #10 sold for $2,630
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Avengers Assemble #2 Cover Art sold for $3,110
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Avengers vs. X-Men #4 Variant Cover Art sold for $1,790
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The New Warriors #11 Cover Art sold for $5,040
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The New Warriors #15 Cover Art sold for $5,020
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Spider-Man #25 Cover Art sold for $8,960
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Spider-Man #26 Page 30 sold for $5,280
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Spider-Man Unlimited #2 Page 11 sold for $4,320
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The Amazing Spider-Man #363 Cover Art sold for $16,730
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The New Warriors #25 Cover Art sold for $1,670
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Venom #1 Cover Art sold for $28,680
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Venom #4 Cover Art sold for $9,560
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Venom #157 Cover Art sold for $2,280
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Venom Illustration sold for $2,640
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History of Mark Bagley in Comic Book Art

Mark Bagley got his start in the comic book industry after winning a Marvel fan drawing contest, the the Marvel Try-Out Book in 1983. Bagley received first place for pencilling amongst thousands of contestants and then went on to meet Marvel's Editor-in-Chief, Jim Shooter at a comic convention.

He was given the pencilling duties on several low level assignments like Visionaries and drawing Marvel Universe Cards, before starting to draw back-up stories for Captain America.

In 1989, he started drawing for the new series, New Warriors, and was their primary penciller until issue #25 when he left to go draw for The Amazing Spider-Man. Bagley took over for Erik Larsen in 1991 and in The Amazing Spider-Man #361, along with David Micheline introduced the character of Carnage. In 1993, the two produced the limited series, Venom: Lethal Protector.

In 2000, Ultimate Spider-Man was launched as a way to create new series based on Marvel's past primary franchises and was Bagley assigned to drawing duties with Brian Michael Bendis writing the series.

The two collaborated on the first 111 issues consecutively, making it among the longest running partnerships in American comic book history and the longest ever for Marvel Comics, beating out the Fantastic Four collaboration of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

In 2008, Bagley left Marvel for a three-year contract with DC Comics, where he began working on the weekly series Trinity, which featured Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Bagely also drew several issues of Batman and the bulk of the #38-#53 issue run of Justice League of America.

In 2011, Bagley returned to Marvel and started woking on Avengers Assemble with Brian Michael Bendis. In 2012, he relaunched the Fantastic Four series with writer Matt Fraction, and also provided art work for the Hulk series in 2014.


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