Value of Original Ross Andru Art

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Ross Andru art price guide

Andru is an artist growing in popularity with collectors, especially fans of Spider-Man.

Facts About Original Ross Andru Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$60,000 Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man Splash Page 50

Official Website:
https://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/1167/ross_andru

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • The Brave and the Bold #25
  • The Amazing Spider-Man #125
  • Batman #213
  • Wonder Woman #98
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How Much is Ross Andru Art Worth?

Low five figures will buy you a very impressive piece of Andru Spider-Man art, with exceptionally important pieces going for higher prices.

His earlier work for DC Comics is more expensive, typically Wonder Woman or Flash covers and splash pages easily fetching five figures.

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Prices For Ross Andru Art

Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man Splash Page 50 sold for $60,000
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The Amazing Spider-Man #129 Page 26 sold for $16,130
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The Amazing Spider-Man #133 Page 12-13 sold for $16,800
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The Amazing Spider-Man #134 Page 15-16 sold for $12,000
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The Amazing Spider-Man #135 Page 9 sold for $10,800
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The Amazing Spider-Man #136 Page 15 sold for $22,800
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The Amazing Spider-Man #158 Splash Page 17 sold for $7,770
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The Amazing Spider-Man #159 Cover Art sold for $20,315
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The Amazing Spider-Man #159 Splash Page 1 sold for $11,950
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The Amazing Spider-Man #176 Cover Art sold for $31,200
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The Amazing Spider-Man #176 Page 17 sold for $26,400
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The Amazing Spider-Man #179 Cover Art sold for $43,020
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The Amazing Spider-Man #179 Splash Page 1 sold for $15,535
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The Amazing Spider-Man #185 Cover Art sold for $19,720
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The Amazing Spider-Man #136 Page 22 sold for $19,200
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Batman #213 Complete 12-Page Story sold for $7,770
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The Flash #183 Cover Art sold for $8,700
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The Flash #177 Cover Art sold for $9,560
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Marvel Team-Up #1 Page 15 sold for $13,200
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Marvel Team-Up #7 Page 13 sold for $7,200
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Marvel Team-Up #61 Cover Art sold for $8,960
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Mighty Marvel Calendar 1978 November Illustration sold for $6,600
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Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man Treasury Back Cover Art sold for $33,600
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Wonder Woman #154 Cover Art sold for $38,240
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World's Finest Comics #263 Cover Art sold for $6,300
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History of Ross Andru in Comic Book Art

Ross Andru's earliest comic book work came in 1948, when he began drawing layouts for the Tarzan newspaper comic strip to assist Mike Esposito. Andru and Esposito would go on to have a long-standing partnership over their careers.

In 1950, the duo created the six-page story Wylie's Wild Horses, which was featured in Hillman Periodicals' Western Fighters vol. 2 #12. Following that assignment, the two decided to form their own comic book company called MR Publications, a combination of their first initials.

In 1953, they cofounded Mikeross Publications and produced a variety of romance-humour titles like 3-D Love, 3-D Romance, Heart and Soul and Get Lost. 

They also worked for Key Publications on the series Mister Mystery, and for Standard Comics on the series The Unseen and Joe Yank. 

In 1953, the duo went to DC Comics and began working on their war genres titles like All-American Men of War, Our Army at War, Star Spangled War Stories, G.I. Combat and Our Fighting Forces. 

In 1958, Andru started what would become a 9-year run on the Wonder Woman series. Andru and writer Robert Kanigher are credited as reinventing the character and bringing her into the Silver Age, with a new cast of supporting characters. In 1959, the two collaborated again on creating the Suicide Squad for issue #25 of The Brave and the Bold. 

In 1967, Andru left his longstanding art duties with Wonder Woman to pursue the position as penciller for The Flash where again, he worked with Esposito, who did the inking. The two collaborated on the series from issue #175-194. 

In 1971, Andru left DC for Marvel Comics to work on series like The Defenders, The Amazing Spider-Man and Marvel Team-Up. While working on The Amazing Spider-Man, he and writer Gerry Conway introduced the Punisher, who would go on to be one of the series' most popular characters. 

In 1978, he returned to DC and worked on titles like Superman and Action Comics, continuing to work for the publisher until 1986.

In 2007, Andru was inducted into the Will Eisner Hall of Fame. 


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