Heritage Auctions announced it will soon put several original pages of art from Frank Miller’s Sin City on the auction block for some lucky bidder to take home.
Heritage Auctions is proud to offer two of Watterson’s original Calvin and Hobbes pieces in its Nov. 17-18 Comics & Comic Art Signature® Auction. Each comes from Lee Salem’s collection.
A recent sale at Hake’s Auctions set a world record for a Mego action figure, with the sale of an AFA-graded Green Goblin on card. Bringing in $76,700
Vault Comics is proud to announce their first ever live charity auction in honor of Geroge Pérez on his birthday. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Hero Initiative in George’s memory and honor
The iconic cover for The Dark Knight Returns issue #1 is scheduled to hit the auction block in June. Will it sell for $1,000,000?
A near-mint copy of 1941’s Captain America Comics No. 1 sold for $3,120,000 at Heritage Auctions on Thursday to become one of the world’s most valuable comic books.
Nearly 400 lots of Prince Valiant artwork from the estate of illustrator John Cullen Murphy will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders Auctions on March 31, 2022.
For the first time since it was finished nearly 50 years ago, Frank Frazetta’s Captive Princess is heading to auction. Which means it is no longer the painting that time forgot.
Heritage Auctions is offering original artwork for a strip from 1987 in the Sept. 8-12 Comics and Comic Art Signature Auction.
Two magnificent covers are up on the auction block.
From Sept. 8-12, Heritage Auctions will hold its next Comics & Comic Art Signature event, which features among its myriad centerpieces several Ditko items of major importance – among them the best-graded copy of Spider-Man’s debut in Amazing Fantasy No. 15 and 160 more books from The #1 Amazing Spider-Man Registry Set Collection.
The Art of Anime and Everything Cool Auction is the first of its kind held by any major U.S. auction house to pay homage to the craft of anime animation art.
PRESS RELEASE The cover of Shock SuspenStories No. 6 is among the most famous images in the history of comics. Because of its subject matter. The terrifying story inside. And because of the man who made it. A perfect storm of creator and content: Wally Wood takes on the Ku Klux Klan! And for the first time in four decades, this 1952 masterpiece heads to auction as one of the centerpieces of Heritage Auctions’ June 17-19 Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction. Its estimate is $300,000 and up.
An original Mark Poole artwork for one of the 75 original 1993 limited edition common cards for “Magic: The Gathering and a Simon Bisley artwork for “Lobo” will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders on May 27.