Value of Original Mike Mignola Art

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How much is original comic art by Mike Mignola worth today?

Facts About Original MIKE MIGNOLA Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$55,200 The Corpse and the Iron Shoes 

Official Website:
https://www.artofmikemignola.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • The Comic Reader #183
  • Hellboy: Seed of Destruction
Mike Mignola

How Much is Mike Mignola Art Worth?

Cover art starts in the thousands, with key pieces being worth tens of thousands. You can find lesser inner pages by Mignola for a couple of thousand dollars each.

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Mike Mignola Art Prices

The Corpse and the Iron Shoes sold for $55,200
 Mike Mignola

Action Comics #600 Page 8 sold for $20,400
Mike Mignola

Almost Colossus #1 Page 19 sold for $15,535
Mike Mignola

Alpha Fight #29 Cover Art sold for $5,080
 Mike Mignola

Batman #426 Cover Art sold for $33,600
Mike Mignola

Batman Illustration sold for $6,275
Mike Mignola

Critical Mass #1 Cover Art sold for $6,000
Mike Mignola

Dark Horse Presents Volume II #7 Cover Art sold for $10,800
 Mike Mignola art

Dracula #2 Page 4 sold for $19,120
Mike Mignola

Hellboy Conqueror Worm Related Illustration sold for $9,560
Mike Mignola art

Hellboy Illustration sold for $15,600
Mike Mignola

Hellboy Illustration sold for $4,480
Mike Mignola

Hellboy Illustration sold for $6,900
 Mike Mignola art

Hellboy Illustration sold for $7,800
Mike Mignola

Hellboy Oddest Job Cover Art sold for $36,000
Mike Mignola

Hellboy: Seed of Destruction #1 Page 15 sold for $14,340
 Mike Mignola

Hellboy: Seed of Destruction #2 Page 23 sold for $11,950
Mike Mignola art

Hellboy: Wake the Devil #3 Page 6 sold for $10,755
 Mike Mignola

Hellboy: Wake the Devil #5 Page 12 sold for $13,145
 Mike Mignola

Hellraiser Pinhead Illustration sold for $4,540
 Mike Mignola

The Incredible Hulk #304 Cover Art sold for $5,675
Mike Mignola art

Hellboy: Odder Jobs Cover Art sold for $15,600
Mike Mignola

The Shadow Strikes #31 Cover Art sold for $21,100
Mike Mignola

Hellboy: The Wolves of St. August #1 Page 29 sold for $19,200
 Mike Mignola

Unamerican Gladiators #1 Cover Art sold for $20,400
 Mike Mignola

History of Frank Frazetta in Comic Book Art

Mike Mignola's comic book career began in 1980 after being hired on by The Comic Reader to provide spot illustrations for the publication. His first spot illustration was of Red Sonja, in issue #183 and his first cover art publication was in issue #191 in 1981.

The following year Mignola graduated from California College of Arts where he received a BFA in illustration. He began working on two series for Marvel Comics in 1983, Daredevil and Power Man and Iron Fist as an inker. He later went on to become a penciller for Marvel for the series Alpha Flight and The Incredible Hulk.

In 1987, Mignola began working on the limited series, Phantom Stranger and World of Krypton for DC Comics as well as providing cover art for numerous Batman issues. He also worked on the miniseries Cosmic Odyssey, which he also produced and the one-shot Gotham by Gaslight.

The character Mignola is most known for however is his creation of Hellboy in 1994 which was published under Dark Horse Comics. The first of the series was Hellboy: Seed of Destruction, followed by Hellboy: The Wolves of St. August. The series was written and drawn by Mignola with John Byrne sitting in as the scriptwriter. Mignola has also worked in film as well, serving as the illustrator on Bram Sroker's Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. He was the production designer on Disney's Atlantis the Lost City and was the concept artist on the 2002 film Blade II.

His original character Hellboy was also the feature of two live-action films directed by Guillermo Del Toro, both of which Mignola was directly involved in the production of.  

Mignola has won almost thirty awards for his comic book work since 1995 including Best Artist and Best Writer on numerous occasions. His unique drawing style is hard to define, but comic book writer Allan Moore once described it as, "German Expressionism meets Jack Kirby.


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