Value of Original Mike Grell Art

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Mike Grell art price guide

Mike Grell is best-known for his work on DC Comics titles, such as Green Lantern and Batman.

Facts About Original Mike GRELL Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$26,400 Green Lantern/Green Arrow #110 Cover Art

Official Website:
http://mikegrell.com/news/

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Action Comics #442
  • Batman #289
  • Green Lantern v2 #90
  • X-Men Forever Giant-Size #1
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How Much is Mike Grell Artwork Worth?

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Prices For Mike Grell Art

Important pieces by Mike Grell will fetch low five figures, with a few thousand for lesser works.

Green Lantern / Green Arrow #110 Cover Art sold for $26,400
Mike Grell art

Batman #289 Cover Art sold for $12,000
Mike Grell

Batman #289 Page 7 sold for $3,120
Mike Grell

Batman #400 Pin-up Illustration sold for $1,790
Mike Grell art

Detective Comics #455 Page 5 sold for $5,040
Mike Grell

Detective Comics #455 Page 8 sold for $1,800
Mike Grell art

Green Arrow #56 Cover Art sold for $5,280
Mike Grell

Green Lantern #112 Cover Art sold for $18,600
Mike Grell

Green Lantern/Green Arrow #104 Cover Art sold for $11,400
Mike Grell art

Jon Sable, Freelance #46 Cover Art sold for $2,040
Mike Grell

Jon Sable, Freelance #14 Cover Art sold for $5,260
Mike Grell art

Jon Sable, Freelance #24 Complete 22-Page Story sold for $4,800
Mike Grell

Karate Kid #1 Cover Art sold for $10,160
Mike Grell art

Starslayer #8 Cover Art sold for $4,080
Mike Grell

Starslayer #1 Comeplete 25-Page Story sold for $12,000
Mike Grell art

Superboy #211 Cover Art sold for $5,675
Mike Grell

Superboy and the Legion of Superheroes #237 Cover Art sold for $12,000
Mike Grell

The Flash #236 Cover Art sold for $3,735
Mike Grell

Warlord #10 Cover Art sold for $3,360
Mike Grell art

Warlord #13 Cover Art sold for $5,020
Mike Grell

Green Arrow #71 Cover Art sold for $960
Mike Grell art

Warlord #13 Splash Page 2-3 sold for $3,110
Mike Grell

Warlord #31 Cover Art sold for $5,520
Mike Grell

Warlord #54 Cover Art sold for $7,170
Mike Grell art

Warlord #100 Cover Art sold for $5,975
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History of Mike Grell in Comic Book Art

Mike Grell began working in the comic book industry in 1973 for DC Comics, pencilling and inking some of the publisher's most iconic characters like Batman, Aquaman, Green Arrow and the Phantom Stranger.

He was responsible for launching the title Batman Family, along with writer Elliot S. Maggin in 1975. The following year, he collaborated with writer Dennis O'Neil to revive the series Green Lantern/Green Arrow.

Throughout the 1970s, Grell also pencilled for series like Green Lantern and Superboy and the Legion of Superheroes. 

In 1976, Grell created his own original series, The Warlord, for which he served as both writer and penciller. 

He also drew the nationally syndicated Tarzan comic strip from July 1981 to February 1983.

During the 1980s Grell produced creator-owned series like Job Sable, Freelance and Starslayer, both published by First Comics. 

Grell wrote and drew the three-issue Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters. For the limited series, Grell redesigned the title characters costume originally drawn by Neal Brennan to look like more of an urban hunter. He also brought the character out of the realm of fighting super-powered villains into fighting street crime like gangs, terrorists, serial killers and the Japanese Yakuza.

The popularity of the the limited series led to DC hiring Grell to become the writer and occasional artist on the regular Green Arrow series for an 80-issue run from 1988-1993. 

From 2002-2203, Green contributed to the Iron Man series, writing storylines and also provided some artwork for stories in X-Men Forever. 

In 1982, Grell received an Inkpot Award.


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