Value of Original Rich Buckler Art

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Rich Buckler art price guide

An artist who pencilled for Marvel and DC, Rick Buckler is popular with collectors of original comic book art.

Facts About Original rich buckler Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$38,400 Nova #13 Cover Art

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Batman #265
  • Daredevil #101
  • Superman #251
  • Captain America #243
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How Much is Rich Buckler Artwork Worth?

Important Buckler comic art pieces routinely sell for five figures, while lesser pieces fetch several thousand dollars.

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Prices For Rich Buckler Art

Nova #13 Cover Art sold for $38,400
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Action Comics #486 Cover Art sold for $13,200
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Astonishing Tales #32 Cover Art sold for $20,400
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Avengers #108 Cover Art sold for $705
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Batman #347 Cover Art sold for $5,975
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Daredevil #106 Cover Art sold for $33,600
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Defenders #76 Cover Art sold for $9,600
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Detective Comics #505 Cover Art sold for $8,365
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Fantastic Four #148 Cover Art sold for $28,680
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Fantastic Four #153 Cover Art sold for $9,560
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Ghost Rider #18 Cover Art sold for $21,600
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Giant-Size Fantastic Four #3 Double Splash Page 2-3 sold for $13,200
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The Incredible Hulk #216 Cover Art sold for $17,925
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Justice League of America #148 Cover Art sold for $35,850
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Justice League of America #152 Cover Art sold for $10,160
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Marvel Presents #6 Cover Art sold for $19,200
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Spectacular Spider-Man #113 Cover Art sold for $8,960
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Super-Villain Team-Up #7 Cover Art sold for $12,600
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Superman #325 Cover Art sold for $6,300
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Thanos Concept Illustration sold for $17,925
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The Saga of the Human Torch #3 Cover Art sold for $6,600
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The Saga of the Sub-Mariner #11 Cover Art sold for $7,200
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Thor #254 Cover Art sold for $7,770
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Tomb of Dracula #16 Cover Art sold for $17,400
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World's Finest Comics #283 Cover Art sold for $6,300
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History of Rich Buckler in Comic Book Art

Rich Buckler was a comic book artist who began working in the industry in the late 1960s. He is best known for his pencilling work on the Marvel Comics' series Fantastic Four. In addition to his notoriety as a penciller, he was also a prolific cover artist. 

His earliest published work was cover art for Flash Gordon #10 for King Features Syndicate.

In 1971, he began working for DC Comics, drawing backup stories for the series DC Comics' series Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane from issue #117-121. 

In 1973, Buckler drew the first three issues of the Black Panther series, written by Don McGregor before becoming the lead penciller for Fantasy Four. During his run on that series he created the cyborg antihero Deathlok. 

He collaborated on the Superman vs. Shazam! story in All-New Collectors' Edition #C-58 with writer Gerry Conway in 1978. Buckler also had a run on The Incredible Hulk newspaper comic strip in 1979 for six months. 

The World War II super-hero team All-Star Squadron was co-created by Buckler along with Roy Thomas in 1981, which they first featured in Justice League of America #193. A month later, the team launched their own title.

He briefly worked for Archie Comics from 1983-1984, but returned to Marvel Comics to draw for the Spectacular Spider-Man series with writer Peter David. 

Buckler has also authored three books on how to do comic book art, the first of which was entitled How to Become a Comic Book Artist, followed by How to Draw Superheroes and then finally How to Draw Dynamic Comic Books in 2007. 

Over his career, he also worked for Gold Key, Skywald Publishing, Warren Publishing, Now Comics, Image Comics and more. 

He became an Inkwell Awards Ambassador in 2015. 


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