Comiclink Spring Auction
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⬆️ $200,000   (2-1)      

⬇️ $200,000   (Even)

 

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On 4/29/2022 at 5:57 PM, grapeape said:

1976 Neal Adams +   Giordano

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That’s from the power record comic. I sold that page years ago in HA. Always thought it should have done better even with so much of it stat. 

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On 4/29/2022 at 8:58 PM, Bronty said:

beautiful

There is really nice artwork in this Clink-Spring auction. It seems as if Clink is alive and kicking (despite the discussion in another topic here in the forum that CLINK is to old-fashioned to attract good pieces).
Maybe I am wrong but I have the feeling that they attract nice pages and had especially pretty good results when it comes to Buscema/Sinnott pages (but I don’t know why…).

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On 5/4/2022 at 4:14 AM, Matthias. said:

There is really nice artwork in this Clink-Spring auction. It seems as if Clink is alive and kicking (despite the discussion in another topic here in the forum that CLINK is to old-fashioned to attract good pieces).
Maybe I am wrong but I have the feeling that they attract nice pages and had especially pretty good results when it comes to Buscema/Sinnott pages (but I don’t know why…).

Alive, yes. Didn't they have 14 pages of original art auction last time around though? They only have ten this time. That's a 29% drop in volume.

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On 5/4/2022 at 4:50 PM, RBerman said:

Alive, yes. Didn't they have 14 pages of original art auction last time around though? They only have ten this time. That's a 29% drop in volume.

Sorry, I don’t get your point…. 14? 10? I can see today 160 lots in the Original Art section, some of them (eg the Darwyn Cooke lot with 3 consecutive pages) have multiple pages. And the auction seems to grow daily.

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On 5/4/2022 at 10:59 AM, Matthias. said:

Sorry, I don’t get your point…. 14? 10? I can see today 160 lots in the Original Art section, some of them (eg the Darwyn Cooke lot with 3 consecutive pages) have multiple pages. And the auction seems to grow daily.

Sorry, "pages" can mean more than one thing. I'm talking about how many web pages the listings run for on my browser. Obviously there are many lots per page. But not as many lots overall as in previous ComicLink auctions. We'll see whether this is just a temporary downturn or an anomaly.

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On 5/4/2022 at 12:07 PM, RBerman said:

Sorry, "pages" can mean more than one thing. I'm talking about how many web pages the listings run for on my browser. Obviously there are many lots per page. But not as many lots overall as in previous ComicLink auctions. We'll see whether this is just a temporary downturn or an anomaly.

It could also mean nothing depending on the quality of the lots.    1 great item can be worth more than 4 pages of drek.

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This McNiven art from Return of Wolverine in the auction is many things at the same time: The cover for the Director Cuts, the cover for the 2nd print of the first issue, it is a splash page and the first page of the whole run at the same time.

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On 5/4/2022 at 10:50 AM, RBerman said:

Alive, yes. Didn't they have 14 pages of original art auction last time around though? They only have ten this time. That's a 29% drop in volume.

I think you may be confusing their monthly auctions vs their quarterly auctions.

I believe the last clink quarterly auction had 6 pages of listings.  A few years ago, they would often have 8 or 9 pages.

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On 5/12/2022 at 4:25 PM, batman_fan said:

Nick Fury really enjoyed smoking didn't he

Well in 1971 that was the way to show perfect coolness. Sergio Leone is greeting!

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