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Facts About Original WALLY WOOD Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$840,000 Shock Suspenstories #6 Cover Art

Official Website:
https://www.fantagraphics.com/collections/wallace-wood

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

  • Shock Suspenstories #6
  • Astonishing Tales #1
  • Daredevil #9
  • All-Star Comics #58
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How Much is Wally Wood Art Worth?

Prime pieces of Wood art are shockingly expensive. Six figures is common for cover art in mainstream superhero comic books. Tens of thousands of dollars for more "accessible" pieces.

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Wally Wood Art Prices

Shock Suspenstories #6 Cover Art by Wally Wood sold for $840,000. Click here to get your original art appraised.Shock Suspenstories #6 Cover Art by Wally Wood sold for $840,000. Click here to get your original art appraised.

Shock Suspenstories #6 Cover Art sold for $840,000
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Aces High #3 Page 6 sold for $38,400
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Astonishing Tales #4 Page 1 sold for $21,600
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Daredevil #5 Page 1 sold for $96,000
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Daredevil #9 Cover Art  sold for $149,375
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Daredevil #10 Page 11 sold for $40,800
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Daredevil #181 Page 1 sold for $38,840
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Dweller in the Dungeon Painting sold for $65,730
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Dynamo #3 Cover Art sold for $21,850
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Frontline Combat #13 Cover Art sold for $66,000
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Journey into Mystery #122 Cover Art sold for $155,350
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Mad #4 Page 6 sold for $31,200
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Mad #4 Page 1 sold for $43,320
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Shock Supenstories #2 Cover Art sold for $28,680
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Spawn of Venus Illustration sold for $38,840
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Tales from the Crypt #27 Cover Art sold for $46,800
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The Spirit Sunday Strip Page #1 sold for $31,200
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Three Dimensional EC Classics #1 Page 1 sold for $19,800
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Two-Fisted Tales #25 Page 7 sold for $51,000
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Warfront #37 Unpublished Cover Art sold for $31,200
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Weird Science #22 Cover Art sold for $90,000
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Weird Science #15 Cover Art sold for $71,700
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Weird Science #21 Cover Art sold for $71,700
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Weird Science #21 Page 1 sold for $43,200
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Weird Science Colour Recreation sold for $30,000
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History of Wally Wood in Comic Book Art

Wally Wood's first paid work in the comic industry was lettering for Fox romance comics in 1948. From there he began drawing backgrounds and then inking. Wood then took a position pencilling and inking for EC Comics alongside Harry Harrison for series like Saddle Romance and Modern Love.

After gaining the trust of EC Comics' publisher William Gaines for his notable work on Shock Suspenstories, Wood convinced Gaines to launch a line science-fiction comics. Two series, Weird Science and Weird Fantasy, were launched with Wood at the helm for both the pencilling and inking. The two series were later combined into one entitled, Weird Science-Fantasy.

EC Comics published several other science-fiction titles for which Wood provided the artwork such as Tales from the Crypt, Two-Fisted Tales, Valour and Aces High.

During the decade of 1957 to 1967, Wood drew the cover art and interiors of over sixty issues of Galaxy Science Fiction, a science-fiction digest that featured prominent authors of the time like Philip K. Dick and Isaac Asimov.

He also supplied men's magazines with gag cartoons for publications such as Dude, Gent and Nugget. Wood also did the inking for Sky Masters of the Space Force, a syndicated comic strip that was pencilled by Jack Kirby.

Wood began to pencil and ink for the Marvel series Daredevil throughout much of the mid-sixties, being responsible for the superheroes distinctive red costume. He also drew Doctor Doom for his first appearance in Astonishing Tales #1, and continued to draw for the first four issues of the series.

In 1970, Wood began working for DC Comics, inking for the publisher's Superboy series. There he also contributed to the creation of Power Girl while working on All-Star Comics.His last career highlight was in 1980, inking for Wonder Woman #269.

Among his numerous accolades, Wood was the recipient of two Alley Awards for Best Penciller and Best Inker and was inducted into the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1989.


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