Thursday, February 23, 2017

Dave Cockrum Estate Sale

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This auction has concluded but we will have another one sooner than later.
If you won something, we will invoice you. Be patient. Remember - many of these items belonged to the co-creator of the X-Men!
original art by Gene Colan
Original art by Gray Morrow

This annual, private auction from the Dave Cockrum Estate is conducted under the auspices of the SIDEKICK Foundation, which was founded to aid comics creators in need. Current funds are earmarked to support the Gene Colan Scholarship and the Dave and Paty Cockrum Scholarship, awarded annually to students at the Joe Kubert School for Comic Art. Thanks to our patrons Paty Cockrum, the Colan children, Stan Lee, Harlan Ellison, Neal Adams, Bill Sienkiewicz, Bob McLeod, Randy Bowen, Mike Zeck, Ted Adams, Erik Larsen and many other friends for signing and/or generously donating items for this auction. 

More scans of items appear at the bottom of this post. We encourage generous bids but we've practically given away some items in the past to first bidders. 

To bid, email BOTH the item number and the description, along with your bid to cliffmeth@aol.com. High bids will be updated nightly. Thank you for bidding:


Gene Colan's "Shadows Falling" art portfolio 64/150 - signed

Lot #1 - INCREDIBLE HULK original art by Gene Colan - Original pencil art (unsigned) by Gene Colan (see picture) actual image is 3-1/2”x4-3/4” – drawn on heavy board.

Superman original art by Michael Netzer
Lot #2 - Tales to Astonish #78 graded 5.5 by CGC - signed by Gene Colan for the CGC Signature Series - winning bid - $90 [b. bunyard]

Lot #3 - Superman original art (pencils) by DC artist Michael Netzer (see scan) - winning bid $55 [B Batchelor]
 
Lot #4 - Shadows Falling art portfolio by Gene Colan #64/150 (signed cover) - features eight (8) exquisite B&W prints on high quality cover stock - winning bid $150 [B Batchelor]


Lot #5 - Publisher's copy of the Rich Buckler art portfolio (recently published by Aardwolf Publishing - only 200 printed) with original art (inked) of Darkseid on tipped in bookplate (see photo). - winning bid $50 [alex j]


signed by Gene Colan for CGC signature series
Lot #6 - Richard Nixon original art by Gray Morrow (not signed) published by Aardwolf in Clifford Meth's story "god's day in court" (see scan) - winning bid - $45 [robert b]

Lot #7 - Aardwolf #1 signed by Gray Morrow, Dave Cockrum, Paty Cockrum and Clifford Meth - winning bid $10 [A Miller]

Lot #8 - Marvel Secret Wars #1 signed by artist Michael Zeck - 
winning bid $100 [SVS]

Lot #9 - Laugh #166 (Archie Comics) with the Beatles. winning bid $20 [patrick h]

Lot #10 - Amazing Spider-Man #352 signed by artist Mark Bagley - winning bid $35 [B Batchelor]
from the collection of Dave Cockrum

Lot #11- Amazing Spider-Man #287 signed by artist Erik Larsen - winning bid $15 [friscon]


Lot #12 - Gene Colan's personal file copy of The Curse of Dracula #3 - winning bid $4 [E Zarger]

Lot #13 - Gene Colan's personal file copy of Hellboy #6 (Colan art) - winning bid $15 [troy t]

Lot #15 - Gene Colan's personal file copy of Howard the Duck - #1 (see photo) - SOLD $100 [Mike W]

inside cover and 1st page of Modern Comics #73
Lot #17 - Dave Cockrum's personal file copy of X-Men Special Edition #1 (Cockrum cover and art) - winning bid $15 [Rick F]


Lot #18 A - Dave Cockrum's personal file copy of Avengers #126 (Cockrum art) - winning bid $42 [Chris SW]

Lot #18 B - Dave Cockrum's personal copy of Modern Comics #73 (1948, early Blackhawk appearance) See scans for condition winning bid $70 [e zarger]

Lot #19 - Gene Colan's personal file copies of Clive Barker's Harrowers #5 and #6 (two books, both contain Colan art) - winning bid $5 [E Zarger]


Lot #20 - Guardians of the Galaxy #1 signed by Gene Colan - winning bid $44 [friscon]

Lot #21 - Adventures into the Unknown #154 and #155 (both from the collection of Dave Cockrum) - winning bid $21 [S Miller]

Lot #22 - PEP #177 and #180 (both from the collection of Dave Cockrum) - winning bid $20 [Chris SW]

Lot #23 - Forbidden Worlds #136 and #137 (both from the collection of Dave Cockrum) - winning bid $15 [s miller]

Lot #24 - Blackhawk #117 and #119 (both from the collection of Dave Cockrum) - low-grade - winning bid $20 [b cassinelli]

from the collection of Dave Cockrum
Lot #26 - Dave Cockrum's personal file copies of Soul Searchers #30, #35 and #42 (Cockrum art) - winning bid $12 [E Zarger]

Lot #27 - Dave Cockrum's personal copy of Avengers #318 signed by the late, great Paul Ryan - winning bid $35 [Paul Z]

Lot #28 - Classics Illustrated #47 (1948) and #52 (1948) - both from the collection of Dave Cockrum -winning bid [E zarger $12]

Lot #29 - Classics Illustrated #76 (1950) and #77 (1950) - both from the collection of Dave Cockrum - winning bid $12 for the set [a miller]


Lot #31 - Classics Illustrated #162 (1967) and #163 (1965) - both from the collection of Dave Cockrum - winning bid $10 [Rob H]

signed for the Cockrum Estate by the late, great Paul Ryan
Lot #32 - Classics Illustrated #144 (1969) and #153 (1959) - both from the collection of Dave Cockrum - winning bid $12 [a miller]

Lot #34 - Three (3) first issues from the collection of Dave Cockrum: Bone #1 (Jeff Smith), Warlord #1 (Mike Grell) and Blue Ribbon Comics #1 (Steve Ditko) - winning bid for the set is $50 [z wu]


Lot #38 - Amazing Spider-Man #289 (Hobgoblin) - winning bid $30 (A Kaplan)

Lot #39 Back to the Batcave by Adam West - first print - if you were a fan of the series, you will love this excellent book (brand new) - winning bid $10 [Mike w]


Lot #40 Sensation Comics #103 (1951) Wonder Woman by Charles Moulton (see scan) - winning bid $90 [W Brown]

Lot #41 Pep #40 (1943) featuring The Shield by Irv Novic - cover detached  (see scan) - winning bid $75 [E Shaw]

Lot #42 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of Ms. Marvel #21 (Cockrum art, character designs) - winning bid [E zarger $10]
Dave Cockrum art / Dave Cockrum file copies

Lot #44 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of Classic X-Men #14 (Cockrum art, character designs) - winning bid $10 [A Kaplan]


Lot #45 - Three Red Circle comics from Dave Cockrum's collection: The Fly #4 (Ditko art) and Lancelot Strong #1 and #2 - winning bid [E zarger $6]

Lot #46 - Five Defenders comics from Dave Cockrum's collection: Defenders 22, 23, 24, 30 and 31 winning bid $12 [S Miller]


Lot #47 - Five Werewolf by Night comics from Dave Cockrum's collection: Werewolf by Night 21, 24, 25, 26 and 29 winning bid $12 for the set [steve's comics]

Lot #48 - Three Blackhawk comics from Dave Cockrum's collection: Blackhawk 114, 115 and 116 winning bid $32 for the set [E Zarger]

Lot #49 - Three Archie comics from Dave Cockrum's collection: Betty & Veronica #92 (1963), #135 (1967) and #145 (1968) winning bid $5 for the set. [Rick F]

Lot #50 - From Dave Cockrum's collection: Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies #160 (1955) winning bid $7 [steve's comics]

Lot #51 - Five Spider-Man comics: #180, 286, 288, 351, 353 winning bid $15 [friscon]


SOLD! - Gene Colan's file copy - signed by Gene
Lot #54 - Six Gold Key comics from the collection of Dave Cockrum: Turok Son of Stone (1964), Fantastic Voyage (1966),  First Men in the Moon (1964), Walt Disney's World of Adventure (1963), Doctor Solar (1966) and King Kong Giant Classic (1968) winning bid $25 [S Miller]

Lot #56 - Original art from Gene Colan - Life with Archie #275 page 1 (see scan) - winning bid $90 [J Poon]

Lot #57 - Three Blackhawk comics from the collection of Dave Cockrum: #125, 126 and 127 (low grade) winning bid $15 for the set [S Miller]

Lot #58 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of Classic X-Men #1 (contains Cockrum art) winning bid - $6 [friscon]

Lot #59 - Spider-Man #182 signed by Marvel Wolfman - winning bid $15 [friscon]

Lot #60 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of X-Men #153 - stamped "Not to be Sold" by Marvel (these were the copies they gave creators) - winning bid $55 [Chris SW]

Lot #61 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of Avengers #81 - winning bid $15 [Chris SW]

Lot #62 - Two more 1st issues: Excalibur #1 and Death (the high cost of living) #1 (Neil Gaiman) - winning bid for the set $10 [friscon]

Lot #64 - Two comic set:  X-Men 216 and #289 - winning bid $6 [E Zarger]

Lot #65 - Two Jack Kirby Caps: Captain America #195 and #210 winning bid for the set $8 [M Fenton]

Lot #66 - Batman #404 (Year One, Part One) by Frank Miller winning bid $20 [Imran K]

Lot #67  Two Mystery in Space comics from from the collection of Dave Cockrum:  Mystery in Space #73 and #74 - winning bid $20 [B Cassinelli]

Lot #68 - From the collection of Dave Cockrum:  The Fly #2 (Red Circle) Steranko cover, Ditko art - winning bid $4 [max b]

Lot #69 - Dave Cockrum's file copies of Giant-Size Avengers #3 and Avengers #94 (Neal Adams) - winning bid $35 [Walter M]


Publisher's copy of The Rich Buckler Art Portfolio
w/ Darkseid original art on tipped-in bookplate
Lot #70 - Heroes World Collector's Set #1 (still in shrink-wrap) - 1993 box set (limited to 2500) containing one signed/numbered collector's edition of Adventures of Superman #500 signed/numbered by artist Jerry Ordway; a numbered bookplate designed by Ordway; Adventures of Superman #501, Action Comics #687; Superman #78; and Superman: Man of Steel #22 winning bid $27 [friscon]

Lot #71 - from the personal files of Dave Cockrum, 6 issues of The Avengers: #333, 335, 336, 337, 338 and 340 - winning bid $6 [friscon]

Lot #72 - from the personal files of Dave Cockrum, 6 issues of The Avengers: #341-346 - winning bid $6 [friscon]

Lot #73 - from the personal files of Dave Cockrum, 4 issues of The Avengers: #362-365 - winning bid $5 [friscon]

Lot #74 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of Avengers #120 - winning bid $5 [j brooks]

Lot #75 - from the personal files of Dave Cockrum, five (5) issues of The X-Men: #292, 294, 295, 297 and 298 - winning bid $20 [steve's]

Lot #76 - from the personal files of Dave Cockrum, five (5) issues of The X-Men: #299-303 - winning bid $17 [friscon]

Lot #78 - From the personal collection of Gene Colan: Marvel Masterworks Vol. 79: The Sub-Mariner (hardcover) (orig. price $54.95) mint-condition, signed and remarked with original art (head shot) of Namor by Gene Colan. - winning bid is $150 [w taylor]

Dave Cockrum file copy - Cockrum art
Lot #79 - From the personal collection of Gene Colan: Marvel Masterworks Vol. 152: Battlefield (hardcover) (orig. price $64.99) mint-condition, signed  by Gene Colan. - winning bid $75 [w taylor]

Lot #80 - Man of Two Worlds - the biography of Julius Schwartz (afterword by Harlan Ellison). Mint first edition trade paperback.  winning bid $12 [s miller]

Lot #82 - From the personal collection of Dave Cockrum: Neil Gaiman's Sandman: Preludes & Nocturns mint-condition, first edition  - winning bid $12 [steve's comics]


Lot #83 - From the personal collection of Dave Cockrum: Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For mint-condition, second edition (1995) - winning bid is $14 [steve's comics]

Lot #84 - From the personal collection of Dave Cockrum: Neil Gaiman's Sandman: Preludes & Nocturns - winning bid $12 [steve's comics]

Lot #85 - Gene Colan's personal file copy of Howard the Duck - #3 (see photo) - winning bid $85 [z wu]

Lot #86 -  Classic X-Men - #1 signed by Dave Cockrum - winning bid $33 [j brooks]


Lot #87 - Dave Cockrum's file copy of X-Men #293 signed for this auction by Andy Kubert - winning bid $14 [friscon]


Lot #88 - god of war #1 signed for this auction by Marvel Wolfman - winning bid $5  [steve's comics]

Lot #89 - From the collection of Dave Cockrum, Blackhawk #24 (lower grade, see scan) - winning bid $62 [e zarger]

Lot #90 - The Cisco Kid Comics #4 (Dell Comics, 1951) - winning bid $35 [steve's comics]

Lot #91 - From the collection of Dave Cockrum, Marge's Lulu and Tubby #1 (Dell Giant, Dell Comics) 1959 - winning bid $42 [j brooks]


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