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Facts About Original Mike Ploog Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$36,000 Marvel Spotlight #9 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.fpguniverse.com/the-art-of-ploog

Key Comic Book Issues (click to view current market values):

  • Marvel Premiere #2
  • Werewolf By Night #1
  • Man-Thing #8
  • Marvel Spotlight #8
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How Much is Mike Ploog Artwork Worth?

With the rising interest in Marvel horror titles from the 1970s, Mike Ploog artwork will be rapidly increasing in value. Ghost Rider, Werewolf by Night and others are all due to break records. Key pieces are worth tens of thousands of dollars, with lesser items still selling for several thousand each.

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Value of Original Mike Ploog Art

Marvel Spotlight #9 Cover Art sold for $36,000
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Fantasy Trading Card 'Werewolf & Frankenstein' sold for $2,645
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Fugue for a Darkening Island Paperback Cover Art sold for $2,390
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Kull the Destroyer #11 Cover Art Recreation sold for $4,160
Mike Ploog

Kull the Destroyer #14 Page 23 sold for $1,910
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Man-Thing #8 Page 14 sold for $2,160
Mike Ploog

Marvel Premiere #5 Cover Art sold for $5,520
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Marvel Premiere #7 Cover Art sold for $21,600
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Marvel Premiere #38 Page 13 sold for $770
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Marvel Spotlight #4 Splash Page sold for $4,120
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Marvel Spotlight #6 Page 1 sold for $1,560
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Marvel Spotlight #8 Cover Art Recreation sold for $2,400
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Marvel Spotlight #8 Page 26 sold for $3,110
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Planet of the Apes #11 Page 25 sold for $1,080
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Planet of the Apes #3 Page 13 sold for $780
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P.S., The Preventative Maintenance Monthly #252 Pin-up Illustration sold for $2,280
Mike Ploog

The Monster of Frankenstein #2 Cover Art Recreation sold for $2,880
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Thicker Than Blood #1 Cover Art sold for $4,680
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Trading Cards #40 'Scorpion' sold for $3,120
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Vampirella #14 Page 3 sold for $1,075
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Werewolf By Night #1 Title Splash Page sold for $7,190
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Werewolf By Night #3 Page 6 sold for $8,400
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Werewolf By Night #3 Cover Art Recreation sold for $2,400
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Werewolf By Night #13 Splash Page sold for $15,535
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Werewolf By Night #14 Page 2-3 sold for $2,360
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History of Mike Ploog in Comic Book Art

Mike Ploog started his career in TV animation, working on series like Batman and Superman for Filmnation in Los Angeles in 1969. The following year, Ploog moved over to the Hanna-Barbera Studio, where he worked on layouts for the Scooby-Doo series, Motormouse and Autocat and Wacky Races.

Ploog started working in the comic book industry with Warren Publishing, providing artwork for a variety of black-and-white horror and Western series.

In 1972, Ploog sent a sample of his drawings to Marvel Comics, and they were intrigued by his work. They asked him to come in to draw the Werewolf By Night story which first appeared in issue #2 of Marvel Spotlight

Ploog then collaborated with writer Gary Friedrich to work on the launch of The Monster of Frankenstein, and the two attempted to keep the storyline closer to the original Mary Shelley version which had often been abandoned in previous comic book adaptations.

Ploog provided artwork for the first six issues, before beginning on the new series Man-Thing with writer Steve Gerber. During this period Ploog also pencilled on series like Planet of the Apes, Kull the Destroyer and Marvel Premiere

In the 1980s Ploog left Marvel to return to the film industry, working in post-production on movies like Ghostbusters and an animated adaptation of Lord of the Rings. He also did storyboard work and set design on The Thing, Superman II and Little Shop of Horrors. 


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