eBay: An Invincible page by Ryan Ottley was sold for a pretty high $5k, you can easily find better pages for $1,5k. A painted Batgirl pinup by Bruce Timm was a good deal at $2,5k, a Wonder Woman cover by Ivan Reis went for $3k (Best Offer), a Batman/Superman cover prelim by Simone Bianchi for $2,5k.
$1,3k for a Witchblade sketch by Michael Turner, $1,3k for a Kung-Fu page by Giffen, $1k for a hand colored print by Frazetta, $800 (B.O.) for a color illustration by Peach Momoko.
Will Eisner: $1,7k for the Spirit page, $1,3k and $1k for the Dropsie Avenue pages.
Looks fake to me, but this Linus sketch by Schulz was sold for a $3,5k B.O.
Some good deals: $600 for the Milgrom/Sinnott Avengers page, $650 for the Thing page by Ron Wilson, $700 for the Dr. Strange page by Isherwood, $500 for the DC Girls illustration by Joe Staton, $600 for the big Al Jaffee lot, $500 (B.O.) for a Dawn pinup by Linsner.
Heritage Weekly Auction: $40k for a Combat cover by Russ Heath, $10k for the Fury page by Kirby, $8k for the Daredevil splash by Robbins, $5k for the 1977 Doonesbury daily, $5k for the Eternal Warrior cover prelim by BWS, $3k for the Scorchy Smith daily by Sickles, $2,6k for the Superman page by Byrne.
$2,6k seems a good deal for this 1970 Daredevil page by Colan, $2k for a Robocop page by Saltares.
Catawiki: the sketched Tintin album by Hergé went for €6,5k, the Maser page by Frezzato for €2,2k, the Doomsday Clock page by Gary Frank for less than €700, the Batman page was a good deal at €350, the sketched Persepolis book for €350, Dylan & Vasco by Roi for €350, the Spider-Man bust sketch by Adam Hughes for €200, the illustration by Toppi for €200.
Heritage Video Game Auction: a piece for Gotham Knights by Jim Lee was sold for $22k, a Halo illustration by Kent Williams for $6,6k.
The Peanuts Sunday at Revere Auctions was sold for $38k, the daily for $22k.
The Peanuts strips at Nate Sanders’ received more bids than usual (they usually sell at the starting price): a 1962 Snoopy daily went for $61k, a 1960 daily for $38k, a 1965 daily for $38k, the Valentine’s day 1959 daily for $35k.
Marvel: A G.I. Joe page by Herb Trimpe, a Conan page by Gil Kane, Power Pack by Bogdanove, an X-Men page by Steve Epting, a Thor page by Buscema, a Morbius page by Redondo, a Hulk DPS by Adam Kubert, a Dr. Strange/Scarlet Witch page by Dan Lawlis.
A Gwen sketch by John Romita, a Venom splash by Bryan Hitch, a Spider-Man illustration by Daniel Warren Johnson, Iron-Man by Mark Brooks, a Deadpool cover by Dave Johnson.
DC: A Martian Manhunter cover by Mark Badger, a Captain Atom cover by Pat Broderick, a jam sketch with a Zatanna by Jim Lee, a Death pinup by Chris Bachalo, a Batman/Robin commission by Jae Lee, a Swamp Thing splash by Mike Perkins, a color Teen Titans illustration by Thony Silas, a Batman page by Dave Taylor for charity, a Zatanna sketch by Gary Frank.
An Angela page by Greg Capullo, a vintage Werewolf illustration by Sienkiewicz, this painted Judge Dredd page by Greg Staples seems like a very good deal at $200. A Witchblade sketch by Michael Turner, a very nice illustration by Peach Momoko.
a 1972 Prince Valiant page by J.C. Murphy, a Grim and Bear It Sunday, a jam sketch with many names, a Wizard of ID daily, 18 Popeye strips by Bobby London, a Popeye daily by Sagendorf.
Marvel: Look at this Two in One cover by Ron Wilson, Conan and Tarzan by Buscema, Sgt. Fury original art by Jack Kirby, a UK Spidey cover by Milgrom, the Thing by Starlin, Shang-Chi by Gene Day, a Captain America splash by Kieron Dwyer.
Punisher by Dillon, a Spider-Girl cover by Frenz, an Avengers page by Pacheco, a Black Panther splash by Sal Velluto.
DC: Cosmic Odyssey by Mignola, New Titans by Perez, a Wonder Woman page by Amanda Conner.
A Black Kiss page by Chaykin, early Mage by Wagner.
The usual big lot of Terry strips by Caniff, a Garfield daily, top 1962 Phantom by Barry, a funny B.C. daily, a Rusty Riley daily, a Rip Kirby and a Jungle Jim by Raymond.
An incredible illustration by Franquin, already at €50k, a Bouncer page by Boucq, a Blake & Mortimer page by Juillard, some beautiful pages by Rodier from Tintin et l’Alph-Art, Sybilline by Macherot, a page by Gotlib.
A pinup by Dany, very nice illustration by Hub, Yakari by Derib, a book sketched by Moebius, a Kurdy sketch by Hermann.
Many sketched books by Franquin: Gaston one, two, three, Spirou one, two.
Aa page by Hugo Pratt, Vendetta Macumba by Magnus, a Superman DPS by Claudio Castellini, a Two Face pinup by Riccardo Federici, a Dylan Dog illustration by Stano, a Napoleone page by Bacilieri, a Tex page by Ticci, a set of three 1985 illustrations by Staino, Altan and Canale, a sketched book by Giardino, a page by Calegari, Ekho by Barbucci, an early painted page by Gipi.
Three Metabarons cover prelims by Jimenez, a page by Breccia, a Torpedo illustration by Bernet and a Torpedo sketch, a Van Gogh page by Smudja, a Storm page and a Trigan page by Don Lawrence.
A very detailed page prelim by Will Eisner.
Top pieces (in the first half…) are this Star Wars page by Bob McLeod and a ’90s style Ghost Rider splash by Gary Kwapisz, Wolverine original art by John Buscema, Namor pages by Sal and Byrne, a Power Pack page by Brigman, Iron-Man by Giffen, Batman by Chan, New Mutants by Guice, W.C. Avengers by Milgrom, Green Lantern by Gibbons.
Some Ultimate Spidey pages by Mark Bagley, a Vision splash by Deodato, a nice Nightstalkers splash by Garney.
A Batman cover by Allred, Spidey/Deadpool by Bachalo, Star Wars by Immonen, a Wolverine commission by Andy Kubert, a Thor splash by Ed McGuinness.
An Early Madman splash, Y pages by Pia Guerra, a Lady Death DPS by Steven Hughes, look at this “Country Lion” animation drawing by Kirby.
The usual nice mix of early daily and early Sunday strips, some complete weeks, and illustrations.