Value of Original Sergio Aragones Art

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Sergio Aragones art price guide

Aragones is most famous for creating Groo the Wanderer. He is a cult figure for art collectors.

Facts About Original Sergio Aragones Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$16,800 Mad #177 Complete 4-Page Story

Official Website:
https://sergioaragones.com

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • House of Mystery #202
  • Groo #8
  • Groo the Wanderer #20
  • Louder Than Words #3
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How Much is Sergio Aragones Art Worth?

Most published art by Aragones sells for several hundred to a few thousand dollars, with some exceptional pieces breaking into five figures.

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Prices For Sergio Aragones Art

Mad #177 Complete 4-Page Story sold for $16,800
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Detective Comics #600 Batman Pin-up Illustration sold for $4,060
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Dumbo Illustration sold for $960
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Groo #3 Page 24 sold for $780
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Groo #4 Cover Art sold for $3,120
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Groo #8 Cover Art sold for $2,870
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Groo #8 Page 6 sold for $2,150
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Groo #10 Front and Back Cover Art sold for $4,060
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Groo #11 Double Splash Page 26-27 sold for $3,880
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Groo #11 Double Splash Page 6-7 sold for $3,350
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Groo: Hell on Earth #4 Cover Art sold for $3,120
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Groo San Diego Come-on Illustration sold for $900
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Groo the Wanderer #20 Page 2-3 sold for $5,040
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Groo the Wanderer #29 Cover Art sold for $5,040
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Groo the Wanderer #46 Complete 24-Page Story sold for $15,600
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Groo the Wanderer and Alice Illustration sold for $840
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Groo the Wanderer Sketch sold for $1,610
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Groo the Wanderer Sketch sold for $1,680
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Incurably Mad Page 161 sold for $720
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Louder Than Words #3 Cover Art sold for $5,080
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Louder Than Words #5 Cover Art sold for $5,040
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Mad Character Montage Illustration sold for $2,280
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Shootin' Mad Preliminary Cover Art sold for $810
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The Groo Chronicles Book #1 Cover Art sold for $6,270
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Viva Mexico Specialty Illustration sold for $8,400
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History of Sergio Aragones in Comic Book Art

Sergio Aragones began working in the comic book industry for DC Comics in 1967, drawing for titles like The Adventures of Jerry Lewis and Angel and the Ape, Young Romance and Inferior Five.

In addition to providing artwork Aragones would also plot out stories that were illustrated by other artists as well, even co-creating several new titles for the publisher such as the Western series, Bat Lash and the humour series Plop!

In the late seventies, Groo had left DC Comics and began working on his own original humour series called Groo the Wanderer about a barbarian protagonist. The series wasn't published until several years later in 1982.

Groo the Wanderer was published under numerous companies over its run beginning with Pacific Publishing, then Eclipse Comics, Marvel Comics, Image Comics, before finally moving to Dark Horse Comics where is continues to run today. 

Many of Aragones cartoons have a appeared in the paperback editions of the Mad magazine series. 

Aragones has won numerous awards over his career beginning in 1972 with Shazam Award in for Best Inker in the Humour Division for his work on Mad Magazine. He also won a Shazam Award that same year for Best Humour Story for The Poster Plague which was featured in House of Mystery #202.

In 1973, 1974 and 1976, Aragones won the National Cartoonists Society Comic Book Award for Best Humour Comic and then again in 1986. In 1976, he also won an Inkpot Award and in 1990 Aragones won the Harvey Special Award for Humour. Aragones became the first Mexican to ever win the Eisner Award for his work on Groo the Wanderer.

He has even had an award named after him by the Comic Art Professional Society known as 'The Sergio'.


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