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        • John Romita , Drawing hand signed
          Jan. 14, 2024

          John Romita , Drawing hand signed

          Est: €1,500 - €1,600

          John Romita ,Drawing Attributed , Signed Paper, Size: 29 x 21 Cm .

          Novartia
        • John Romita Jr. - Hit-Girl, 2010 years
          Nov. 18, 2023

          John Romita Jr. - Hit-Girl, 2010 years

          Est: €250 - €500

          pencil on thin cardboard Signed.

          Finarte
        • John Romita Jr. - Spider-Man - Who Was Joey Z?, 1998
          Nov. 18, 2023

          John Romita Jr. - Spider-Man - Who Was Joey Z?, 1998

          Est: €2,300 - €4,000

          pencil and ink on Marvel thin cardboard Original comic art made by Romita Jr. for "Who Was Joey Z?", published in Spider-Man n. 94 on page 23 from Marvel 1998. Inks by Scott Hanna. Signed on the back by Hanna.

          Finarte
        • John Romita Sr. (1930-2023), Preliminary drawing and layout of "Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #32," 1986, Graphite and ink on vellum affixed with tape to Bristol board, Preliminary drawing: 17" H x 11" W
          Sep. 19, 2023

          John Romita Sr. (1930-2023), Preliminary drawing and layout of "Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #32," 1986, Graphite and ink on vellum affixed with tape to Bristol board, Preliminary drawing: 17" H x 11" W

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          John Romita Sr. (1930-2023) Preliminary drawing and layout of "Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #32," 1986 Graphite and ink on vellum affixed with tape to Bristol board Signed twice, titled, and numbered in ink in the lower margin: John Romita / 32; dated in the right margin, at center: DEC. 4, 1986; the completed and sold "Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #32," 1991, comic is affixed verso and housed in a plastic sleeve

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • John Romita Jr. - Thor - Revenge of the Enchanters, 1999
          May. 20, 2023

          John Romita Jr. - Thor - Revenge of the Enchanters, 1999

          Est: €1,000 - €1,800

          pencil and ink on Marvel thin cardboard Original double page made by Romita Jr. for "Revenge of the Enchanters", published on Thor n. 16 on page 19 and 20 by Marvel in 1999. On two panels.

          Finarte
        • John Romita Jr. & Scott Hanna - Captain America vs. Black Panther
          May. 20, 2023

          John Romita Jr. & Scott Hanna - Captain America vs. Black Panther

          Est: €3,200 - €5,000

          pencil and ink on thin cardboard Original illustration done together by Romita Jr. (pencils) and Hanna (ink) depicting an epic battle between Captain America and Black Panther. Signed by both authors.

          Finarte
        • John Romita Jr. - Amazing Spider-Man, 2022
          May. 20, 2023

          John Romita Jr. - Amazing Spider-Man, 2022

          Est: €2,300 - €3,500

          pencil and ink on Marvel thin cardboard Original comic art made by Romita Jr. for "Amazing Spider-Man" n. 5, published on page 15 by Marvel in 2022. Ink by Scott Hanna. Signed by both authors.

          Finarte
        • John Romita Sr. - Amazing Spider-Man # 61 (Signature Series), 1968
          May. 20, 2023

          John Romita Sr. - Amazing Spider-Man # 61 (Signature Series), 1968

          Est: €900 - €1,500

          Page Quality: OFF-WHITE Comic book certified by CGC with a grade 9.6 (CGC Cert # 1325108010), case sealed and in very good condition. CGC Comments: 1st Gwen Stacy cover. Kingpin appearance.

          Finarte
        • John Romita Jr. - Peter Parker: Spider-Man - Denial, 2000
          May. 07, 2022

          John Romita Jr. - Peter Parker: Spider-Man - Denial, 2000

          Est: €1,800 - €2,500

          pencil and ink on Marvel thin cardboard Original comic art made by Romita Jr. for "Denial", published on Peter Parker: Spider-Man n. 14 on page 20 by Marvel in 2000.

          Finarte
        • John Sr. Romita - Spider-Man: Clone Genesis, 1995
          Nov. 27, 2021

          John Sr. Romita - Spider-Man: Clone Genesis, 1995

          Est: €900 - €1,500

          pennarello su cartoncino Felt-tip on thin cardboard. Preliminary cover done by Romita Sr. for the “Spider-Man: Clone Genesis” volume, published by Marvel in 1995. From the author’s archive. Signed.

          Finarte
        • JOHN ROMITA AUTOGRAPHED SPIDER-MAN FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD COMIC BOOK
          Jul. 31, 2020

          JOHN ROMITA AUTOGRAPHED SPIDER-MAN FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD COMIC BOOK

          Est: -

          JOHN ROMITA AUTOGRAPHED SPIDER-MAN FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD COMIC BOOK.# 42/99 W/COA

          Full Service Auctions
        • John Romita (Sr) Signed & Dated Original Drawing Of Peter Parker (Spiderman) & his "Spidey Sense" Approximately 12" High X 8 1/2" Wide Dated '96
          Jan. 10, 2019

          John Romita (Sr) Signed & Dated Original Drawing Of Peter Parker (Spiderman) & his "Spidey Sense" Approximately 12" High X 8 1/2" Wide Dated '96

          Est: $750 - $1,000

          John Romita (Sr) Signed & Dated Original Drawing Of Peter Parker (Spiderman) & his "Spidey Sense." Approximately 12" High X 8 1/2" Wide. It is dated '96. Nice collectible ORIGINAL Drawing Of half Peter Parker-Half "Spidey" sense. The paper measures 12inches high by 8 1/2 inches wide & is B&W. Renowned comic book artist John Romita has signed & dated the drawing on the right below the figure: "JOHN/ROMITA/'96." Original drawings by Romita are highly desirable. Obtained in person at a comic show in 1996. John V. Romita Sr. (born 1930) often credited as simply John Romita is an American comic book artist best known for his work on Marvel Comics' "The Amazing Spider-Man" and for co-creating the Title character for the wildly successful comic series "The Punisher." Born in 1930, John Romita Sr. is the son of a New York City Italian baker. After graduating from the Manhattan School of Industrial Arts, in 1949 Romita began working as a ghost artist for Timely Comics, the forerunner of Marvel Comics. He would eventually meet art director, editor in chief, & creator Of "Spider-man" Stan Lee, and move on to work at Marvel. John Romita is probably best known for his work with Marvel Comics and more specifically his work on the iconic "Spider-Man." Romita created and co-created popular characters such as the "Rhino," the "Vulture," "Mary Jane Watson," the "Punisher," "Kingpin," and the "Wolverine." Very Fine Condition. ALL ITEMS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE ACCURATELY DESCRIBED, NOT DEFECTIVE, & GENUINE. PLEASE NOTE: We do all our own shipping. We will combine shipping on multiple items, where possible to save the wining bidder on shipping costs. Shipping will be added to winning bidder's invoice for item(s) won. Media Mail postage from USPS will be used for shipping in the United States for those items allowed. Lowest alternative cost shipping will be billed for items not allowed by USPS to be shipped by Media Mail. Foreign winning bidders will pay postage based on their countries small/medium/large Flat Rate box postage rates & weight of the package. Other types of postage are available at added expense at the bidders request. You also agree to pay any applicable taxes and/or customs/import duties. A Tracking Number will be provided to buyer. Insurance is mandatory on packages over $100 USD and will be added to postage charges when applicable.

          The Book Barn
        • John Romita (Sr) Signed & Dated Original Drawing Of Peter Parker's (Spiderman) Main Squeeze Gwen Stacy Approximately 12" High X 8 1/2" Wide Dated '96
          Jan. 10, 2019

          John Romita (Sr) Signed & Dated Original Drawing Of Peter Parker's (Spiderman) Main Squeeze Gwen Stacy Approximately 12" High X 8 1/2" Wide Dated '96

          Est: $600 - $1,000

          John Romita (Sr) Signed & Dated Original Drawing Of Peter Parker's (Spiderman) Main Squeeze Gwen Stacy. Approximately 12" High X 8 1/2" Wide including margins. It is dated '96. Nice collectible ORIGINAL Drawing Of Peter Parker's (Spiderman) girlfriend Gwen Stacy. The paper measures Approximately 12 inches high by 8 1/2 inches wide & is B&W. Renowned comic book artist John Romita has signed & dated the drawing on the left below the figure: "JOHN/ROMITA/'96." Original drawings by Romita are highly desirable. Obtained in person at a comic show in 1996. John V. Romita Sr. (born 1930) often credited as simply John Romita is an American comic book artist best known for his work on Marvel Comics' "The Amazing Spider-Man" and for co-creating the Title character for the wildly successful comic series "The Punisher." Born in 1930, John Romita Sr. is the son of a New York City Italian baker. After graduating from the Manhattan School of Industrial Arts, in 1949 Romita began working as a ghost artist for Timely Comics, the forerunner of Marvel Comics. He would eventually meet art director, editor in chief, & creator Of "Spider-man" Stan Lee, and move on to work at Marvel. John Romita is probably best known for his work with Marvel Comics and more specifically his work on the iconic "Spider-Man." Romita created and co-created popular characters such as the "Rhino," the "Vulture," "Mary Jane Watson," the "Punisher," "Kingpin," and the "Wolverine." Very Fine Condition. ALL ITEMS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE ACCURATELY DESCRIBED, NOT DEFECTIVE, & GENUINE. PLEASE NOTE: We do all our own shipping. We will combine shipping on multiple items, where possible to save the wining bidder on shipping costs. Shipping will be added to winning bidder's invoice for item(s) won. Media Mail postage from USPS will be used for shipping in the United States for those items allowed. Lowest alternative cost shipping will be billed for items not allowed by USPS to be shipped by Media Mail. Foreign winning bidders will pay postage based on their countries small/medium/large Flat Rate box postage rates & weight of the package. Other types of postage are available at added expense at the bidders request. You also agree to pay any applicable taxes and/or customs/import duties. A Tracking Number will be provided to buyer. Insurance is mandatory on packages over $100 USD and will be added to postage charges when applicable.

          The Book Barn
        • John Romita Spider-Man Family Amazing Friends
          Jul. 29, 2018

          John Romita Spider-Man Family Amazing Friends

          Est: -

          Comic Sealed in plastic. Includes COA. 141/250 Approx Measurements: 11 x 7 in. Approx. Ship Weight: 1lbs.Keywords: Collectible; Ref: JE13397

          J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
        • John Romita Jr. Spider-Man Peter Parker Sketch
          Apr. 28, 2018

          John Romita Jr. Spider-Man Peter Parker Sketch

          Est: $200 - $300

          UNITED STATES, 20TH CENTURY An original pencil and marker-ink on paper sketch drawing of Peter Parker by John Romita Jr. Spidey is depicted half in costume and half exposed, sighed "JR JR" lower center.

          Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
        • John Romita Jnr and Hugh Jackman signed Wolverine comic. Signed on front cover. Good Condition.
          Nov. 24, 2017

          John Romita Jnr and Hugh Jackman signed Wolverine comic. Signed on front cover. Good Condition.

          Est: £20 - £30

          John Romita Jnr and Hugh Jackman signed Wolverine comic. Signed on front cover. Good Condition. All signed items come with our certificate of authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £3.95, EU from £4.95, Overseas from £6.95. We can ship a 30kg box in UK next day delivery insured up to £100 for £10 which will combine most multiple orders.

          Chaucer Auctions
        • John Romita Jnr, Stan Lee, Al Williamson and Tom de Falco signed Daredevil thrown without fear comic. Signed on front cover. Rare set of autographs.
          Aug. 24, 2017

          John Romita Jnr, Stan Lee, Al Williamson and Tom de Falco signed Daredevil thrown without fear comic. Signed on front cover. Rare set of autographs.

          Est: £20 - £30

          John Romita Jnr, Stan Lee, Al Williamson and Tom de Falco signed Daredevil thrown without fear comic. Signed on front cover. Rare set of autographs. Good Condition. All signed items come with our certificate of authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £3.95, EU from £4.95, Overseas from £6.95

          Chaucer Auctions
        • John Romita Sr. original layout page art for a Satana comic book.
          Jun. 09, 2017

          John Romita Sr. original layout page art for a Satana comic book.

          Est: $200 - $400

          393. John Romita Sr. original layout page art for a Satana comic book. Accomplished in colored pencil on bristol board measuring 17.5 x 11.5. In fine condition. $200 - $400

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita and Frank Springer (2) cover art concepts for Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #10.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita and Frank Springer (2) cover art concepts for Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #10.

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          87. John Romita and Frank Springer (2) cover art concepts for Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #10. (1968) Set of (2) covers accomplished in pencil and ink, white-out, and paste-up elements on 11.25 x 17 in. comic art stock leafs. Consisting of (1) final published cover with the “Hate Monger” as the central image consisting of roughly 75% stat and 25% original art. Also includes (1) unpublished alternate cover with “Nick Fury” as the central character, consiting of all original art. Marvel photographed elements of the unpublished cover and reworked them in the final published piece. The work was created by Springer and touched up by the great John Romita. Together, these pieces form a wonderful duo of Marvel artifacts. Both retaining Comics Code Authority approval stamp on the verso. Exhibiting typical signs of handling, and marginal pencil notations. Both in fine condition. $10,000 - $15,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita back cover art for Essential Spider-Man.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita back cover art for Essential Spider-Man.

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          86. John Romita back cover art for Essential Spider-Man. (2000) Accomplished in pencil and ink on 11 x 17 in. artist board. A heavily used image that was created in 2000 and was used for the façade of the Marvel restaurants. Also used for other promotional items such as drinking cups, posters, and the back cover to Essential Spider-Man 5 book. A clean and iconic artwork. Signed twice in ink and inscribed “To Roy, all the best, John Romita”. In fine condition. $10,000 - $15,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita black costume "Spider-Man" illustration.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita black costume "Spider-Man" illustration.

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          85. John Romita black costume “Spider-Man” illustration. (ca. 1990s) Accomplished in pencil and ink on 11 x 16.75 in. artist board. Romita created this classic and iconic black costume drawing that was widely used by Marvel in their various merchandising. Also published as the front cover to Comic Book Profiles #3, which included Romita’s biography. The impressive piece fills the page. Signed below art in right border, “John Romita”. Exhibiting slight surface scuffs. Otherwise in fine condition. $8,000 - $12,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita unused cover art for The Art of John Romita.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita unused cover art for The Art of John Romita.

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          84. John Romita unused cover art for The Art of John Romita. (1996) Accomplished in pencil, ink, and mixed media on 9 x 12 in. artist leaf tipped to a 11 x 17 in. artist board. A particularly well-rendered illustration of John Romita at the drawing board with “Spider-Man” looming large over him. The beautiful work is similar to the design ultimately used for the cover of The Art of John Romita. Signed in the lower blank margin, “John Romita”. In fine condition. $6,000 - $8,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita (2) cover artworks for Italian Spider-Man magazine.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita (2) cover artworks for Italian Spider-Man magazine.

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          83. John Romita (2) cover artworks for Italian Spider-Man magazine. (1990) Set of (2) pieces including (1) accomplished in pencil with paste-up elements on 8.5 x 12 in. artist leaf tipped to a 11 x 17 in. comic art stock leaf and (1) accomplished in pencil, ink, and white-out on 11 x 17 in. artist leaf . Created for the 1st issue of an Italian magazine reprinting “Spider-Man” stories. Romita was the go-to man for iconic Spidey images, and he never failed to please. Romita has signed each artwork. Included in this lot is an interesting 8 x 8 in. blue and gray pencil preliminary sketch that is quite finished. Very clean and in fine condition. $15,000 - $20,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita classic "Spider-Man" illustration.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita classic "Spider-Man" illustration.

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          82. John Romita classic “Spider-Man” illustration. (ca. 1980s) Accomplished in pencil and ink on 12 x 11.5 in. vellum tipped to board. A classic John Romita image of his signature character created in the early 1980s. Usage unknown. Exhibiting a 2 in. tear from the bottom of the vellum into the “R” of Romita. Otherwise in fine condition. $2,000 - $3,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita "Spider-Man" and "Dr. Octopus" illustration.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita "Spider-Man" and "Dr. Octopus" illustration.

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          81. John Romita “Spider-Man” and “Dr. Octopus” illustration. (ca. 1970s) Accomplished in pencil and ink with white-out on 8 x 10 in. trimmed artist board. A rare and desirable early 1970s rendition of “Spidey” battling his arch nemesis, Doctor Octopus! Use unknown, but assumed to have been published. Signed and inscribed “Best wishes to Larry, John Romita”. In fine condition. $4,000 - $6,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita "Spider-Man" pin-up illustration.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita "Spider-Man" pin-up illustration.

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          80. John Romita “Spider-Man” pin-up illustration. (ca. 1970s) Accomplished in pencil and ink with paste-up elements tipped to 11 x 14.5 in. artist board. Romita refined the image of “Spider-Man” that we all know and love, and was responsible for so many of the iconic and memorable depictions of this Marvel superstar. This piece was created during his most desirable era to date, and was used to create a well-known poster of “Spidey”. Signed in the lower right edge of circle, “John Romita”, and publication notation initialed, “JM”. Also includes a signed, fair condition copy of the resulting poster. Original art in fine condition. $8,000 - $12,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita "Spider-Man" back cover to Marvel Treasury #14.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita "Spider-Man" back cover to Marvel Treasury #14.

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          79. John Romita “Spider-Man” back cover to Marvel Treasury #14. (1976) Accomplished in pencil and ink on 10.5 x 14.25 in. artists leaf tipped to board. This iconic 1976 image of Spider-Man will be familiar to many as it was used as the header card for the daily Spider-Man strip and was also published in the Daily News as a coming attraction and for the back cover to Marvel Treasury #14. Also included are (4) vintage publicity materials generated from the original artwork with all 4-signed by the artist. In very fine condition. $15,000 - $20,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita cover art for Amazing Spider-Man #81.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita cover art for Amazing Spider-Man #81.

          Est: $80,000 - $120,000

          78. John Romita cover art for Amazing Spider-Man #81. (1969) Accomplished in pencil and ink with white-out on 11.25 x 15.75 in. comic art stock. Attached acetate overlay includes the text, “Coming of the Kangaroo”, and additional hand detailing enhancing the logo and underlying art. Prior to publication, “Spider-Man” was drawn facing one direction. The pose was redrawn by Romita facing the other direction on another board that was adhered and “razored into” the original board. This was the final version used. Sometime after publication, the unused art underneath the published art was discovered and professionally removed and razored out. Offered here is the cover with all Romita art as drawn, published, and as seen on the original 1969 cover. Spider-Man covers are the blue chip commodities of our hobby. Spider-Man is the signature character of Marvel Comics and is world renowned. Vintage covers by Romita are exceedingly rare and desirable due to their scarcity, perennial interest and nostalgic appeal. Covers from issues prior to #100 are virtually unattainable. John Romita is, for many of us, the true, definitive Spider-Man artist, and is the man who took Steve Ditko’s quirky, niche character and brought him a more refined and elegant look that propelled Spider-Man to superstardom. This 1969 cover boasts the first appearance of “the Kangaroo” as he battles Spider-Man. This pop masterpiece will be the cornerstone of any collection. Exhibiting some even toning. In fine condition. $80,000 - $120,000

          Profiles in History
        • John Romita and Gil Kane cover art for Marvel Tales #34.
          Jul. 30, 2016

          John Romita and Gil Kane cover art for Marvel Tales #34.

          Est: $40,000 - $60,000

          77. John Romita and Gil Kane cover art for Marvel Tales #34. (1971) Accomplished in pencil and ink with paste-up elements on 11.5 x 16.5 in. comic art stock. John Romita and Gil Kane are two of the greatest names associated with Spider-Man. This 1971 beauty features art by both - cover art at that! The piece also boasts a major villain in the “Vulture” attacking our hero. Spider-Man covers are red hot, and this vintage 1971 piece should command attention. Retaining stat logos and notation. Exhibiting white-out corrections, some tape to verso, a small portion of the Vulture’s left foot has been lost and replaced from behind, by the artist, and with minor toning to some edges. Otherwise in good condition. $40,000 - $60,000

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