|Artist(s):||Keith Pollard, Layouts|
|Joe Sinnott, Finisher|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Interior Page|
|Added to Site:||11/10/2017|
On the heels of the close of our blockbuster Summer Featured Auction -- which resulted in many happy consignors -- ComicLink is accepting original art consignments and offering generous cash advances for items placed to our Fall Featured Auction, which will commence on November 15th. It is never too early to consign. In fact, the growing auction preview is already posted with initially consigned lots, and consigning early will provide more exposure to potential bidders! Consignors of original artwork have been enjoying exceptional results within ComicLink auctions for years. 2017 is our 21st anniversary in the hobby! Our most recent auction had many eye popping results and we have a consistent track record of realizing strong results for consignors. When ComicLink holds a Featured Auction, it's a must-see event for collectors interested in acquiring quality artwork, and we bring the most aggressive bidders in the world to the comic book and related artwork that we offer on behalf of our consignors. In addition to record-setting prices, we are also known for attentive customer service, generous upfront cash advances, a high level of integrity, a fair commission rate and a seasoned team of experts -- all of which lead to highly satisfied consignors. Just a few sample results from past ComicLink Featured Auctions include: $185,555 for Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott's Fantastic Four #77 cover, $130,000 for Andy Kubert's Uncanny X-men #266 cover, $130,000 for Frank Frazetta's Tales From the Crypt Ballentine Book Cover oil painting, $44,777 for Starlin's splash featuring Drax from Iron Man #55, $80,000 for George Perez' Justice League of America #217 cover, $100,000 for the cover to Romita Jr.'s Amazing Spider-Man #238, $37,000 for a John Romita panel page from Amazing Spider-Man #69, $100,000 for an Amazing Spider-Man #29 page (a record price by far for any panel page), $22,750 for a Jim Starlin panel page from Warlock #15, $76,000 for Ditko's splash page of Dr. Strange in Strange Tales #125, $46,000 for a Fantastic Four #16 page featuring the Thing, $31,000 for a John Byrne panel page from X-men #113, over $50,000 for Bill Sienkiewicz's Elektra Assassin #4 cover, $19,500 for the cover to Fables #53, $49,000 for Romita's 1975 Amazing Spider-Man #141 cover, $16,500 for a Paolo Rivera Daredevil cover, over $16,000 for the cover of Witchblade #2, and this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Give your valuable artwork a chance to soar within ComicLink auctions! There is no better auction deal in the hobby. We have by far the lowest commission structure despite a consistent track record of delivering exceptional results for our consignors, and we offer generous cash advances upon request (over $1 Million per consignment may be available!) We are also always buying quality material outright, so if interested in selling significant or valuable pieces, but not at auction, it is always worth it to drop us a line for a direct buyout offer! If interested in selling at auction, selling directly to us, or listing items on the Comic Art Exchange, simply e-mail your prospective consignment list (with pictures if available) to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also phone Douglas Gillock, Josh Nathanson, or other ComicLink Team members in the office during the week at 617-517-0062 (the best times to reach us are weekdays between 8AM and 5:30PM ET). We are also always accepting vintage comic books for auction - if you have a collection that you have been thinking about selling, we can help make the sales process easy. We look forward to hearing from you, The ComicLink Consignment Team Josh Nathanson Douglas Gillock Jason Crosby Jon Signorelli Ross Kearney
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