lou fine Archives

National Comics #14 (Quality, 1941)
But such origin stories changed with the times.  Fifteen years later, a completely different explanation of the name made the rounds, and these were certainly not the only theories.  It's unlikely that the 1830 era version of the matter is correct — even though it has largely come to be the accepted history in recent[...]
Mystery Men Comics #3 (Fox, 1939)
Lou Fine is one of the most important and influential artists of the Golden Age of comics.  A creator who made his mark on characters ranging from Black Condor and the Ray to Uncle Sam and the Spirit, Fine was an artist that others of his generation admired.  Fellow Golden Age legend Joe Simon called[...]
Fantastic Comics #4 (Fox, 1940) interior Samson story.
A great cover can have a tremendous impact on the value of a vintage comic book.  This is not the first time we've noted that here, and it won't be the last.  The cover of Fantastic Comics #3 by artist Lou Fine and published by Victor Fox makes that issue one of the most sought-after[...]
Daredevil Battles Hitler – Jon Berk Collection Auction Session 2
 But some of last nights results from publishers like Fox, Lev Gleason, and Ace serve to highlight a trend that has been building over the past 2-3 years: The vintage indies have arrived (again) in the hearts and minds of vintage comics collectors. Fantastic Comics #3 CGC 9.4 Edgar Church copy (Fox, 1940) — This comic book[...]
Jon Berk Collection Session 1 Comic And Art Auction Highlights: Winning The Planet
 Session 1 included Original Artwork and comics from A-1 Comics to Amazing Spider-Man. Jon Berk Collection Session 1 Artwork The original art highlight of Jon Berk Collection Session 1 has got to be the sale of the original cover art from Planet Comics #1 (Fiction House, 1940) by Lou Fine for $146,444.00 Aside from the size of[...]
Jon Berk On The Vintage Comic And Art Collector's Chase
I commissioned it directly I would get it from original artist but I bought it on the "secondary market" The other is art of original artist done by someone else (like Murphy Anderson for Lou Fine) It was quite the task at times, finding the artist, but I would follow CBG, and met some artists at San Diego[...]