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Successful Pop Culture artist Roy Lichtenstein made a fortune plagiarizing the artwork and written dialogue from comic panels without recognizing the original creators. Hard to believe isn't it? Take a look at the issues featured below!

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  • 1st team appearance of the X-Men: Cyclops, Jean Grey aka Marvel Girl, Iceman, Angel, Beast, Professor X
  • 1st appearance of Magneto
  • Homo Superior concept, coined by Magneto to describe humans born with special abilities introduced in this issue
  • 1st team appearance of the X-Men: Cyclops, Jean Grey aka Marvel Girl, Iceman, Angel, Beast, Professor X
  • 1st appearance of Magneto
  • Homo Superior concept, coined by Magneto to describe humans born with special abilities introduced in this issue
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: In The Car (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Tony Abruzzo that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 2010, In The Car sold for $16.2 million in a Christie's auction
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: In The Car (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Tony Abruzzo that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 2010, In The Car sold for $16.2 million in a Christie's auction
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Interior panel illustrated by Tony Abruzzo that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without giving attribution or compensation to the original creator
  • In 2012, Sleeping Girl sold for $44.8 million at Sotheby's Auction House
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Interior panel illustrated by Tony Abruzzo that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without giving attribution or compensation to the original creator
  • In 2012, Sleeping Girl sold for $44.8 million at Sotheby's Auction House
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Crying Girl (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by John Romita Sr. that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Crying Girl (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by John Romita Sr. that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Craig (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by John Romita Sr. that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Craig (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by John Romita Sr. that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Arrrrrff! (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jerry Grandenetti that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 1991, Arrrrrff! sold for $425k in a Christie's auction
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Arrrrrff! (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jerry Grandenetti that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 1991, Arrrrrff! sold for $425k in a Christie's auction
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Crak! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jack Abel and written by Bob Haney that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Crak! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jack Abel and written by Bob Haney that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Brushstrokes (1965) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Dick Giordano that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Brushstrokes kicked off a number of follow-up Lichtenstein paintings with the same motif of a simple brushstroke
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Brushstrokes (1965) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Dick Giordano that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Brushstrokes kicked off a number of follow-up Lichtenstein paintings with the same motif of a simple brushstroke
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Middle image: As I Opened Fire (1966) by Roy Lichtenstein - the panel is an example of a 'Triptych' which is an art term to define a piece that is divided into three sections
  • Lower image: interior panel illustrated by Jerry Grandenetti and written by Robert Kanigher was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Lichtenstein also lifted the background art from a panel in 'Target Destroyed - Maybe' illustrated by Russ Heath for the painting, Okay, Hot Shot Okay! (1963)
  • Another panel in 'Target Destroyed - Maybe' was used in the painting Bratatat! (1963)
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Middle image: As I Opened Fire (1966) by Roy Lichtenstein - the panel is an example of a 'Triptych' which is an art term to define a piece that is divided into three sections
  • Lower image: interior panel illustrated by Jerry Grandenetti and written by Robert Kanigher was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Lichtenstein also lifted the background art from a panel in 'Target Destroyed - Maybe' illustrated by Russ Heath for the painting, Okay, Hot Shot Okay! (1963)
  • Another panel in 'Target Destroyed - Maybe' was used in the painting Bratatat! (1963)
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Takka Takka (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Bill Monlo and written by Joe Gill that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Takka Takka (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Bill Monlo and written by Joe Gill that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Torpedo...Los! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jack Abel and written by Bob Haney that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation
  • In 1989, Torpedo...Los! sold for $5.5 million in a Christie's auction
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Torpedo...Los! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Jack Abel and written by Bob Haney that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation
  • In 1989, Torpedo...Los! sold for $5.5 million in a Christie's auction
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Girl At Piano (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by John Prentice (writer unknown) was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Girl At Piano (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by John Prentice (writer unknown) was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Middle image: Whaam! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower image: Interior panel illustrated by Russ Heath that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein attribution
  • Lichtenstein also lifted two panels from the story 'Aces Wild!' illustrated by Russ Heath and written by Hank Chapman for his paintings Blam (1962) and Brattata (1962)
  • Lichtenstein also swiped the lower right illustration on the cover art by Jerry Grandenetti for the painting Jet Pilot (1963)
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Middle image: Whaam! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower image: Interior panel illustrated by Russ Heath that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein attribution
  • Lichtenstein also lifted two panels from the story 'Aces Wild!' illustrated by Russ Heath and written by Hank Chapman for his paintings Blam (1962) and Brattata (1962)
  • Lichtenstein also swiped the lower right illustration on the cover art by Jerry Grandenetti for the painting Jet Pilot (1963)
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Flatten -- Sand Fleas! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Irv Novick and written by Robert Kanigher that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without giving attribution to the original creators
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Flatten -- Sand Fleas! (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Irv Novick and written by Robert Kanigher that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without giving attribution to the original creators
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Live Ammo (Blang) by Roy Lichtenstein (1962)
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Joe Kubert that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 1986, Live Ammo (Blang) sold at a Sotheby’s auction for $792,000
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Live Ammo (Blang) by Roy Lichtenstein (1962)
  • Lower right image: interior panel illustrated by Joe Kubert that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution or compensation to the original creators
  • In 1986, Live Ammo (Blang) sold at a Sotheby’s auction for $792,000
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  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Drowning Girl (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: an interior panel illustrated by Tony Abruzzo (writer unknown) that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Also in this issue is another panel appropriated by Lichtenstein for the painting Hopeless (1963)
  • Plagiarized artwork by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower left image: Drowning Girl (1963) by Roy Lichtenstein
  • Lower right image: an interior panel illustrated by Tony Abruzzo (writer unknown) that was swiped by pop culture artist Roy Lichtenstein without attribution
  • Also in this issue is another panel appropriated by Lichtenstein for the painting Hopeless (1963)
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Uncanny X-Men #1 Marvel $6.2k $14k $85k
Girls' Romances #78 DC $160 $530 $1.6k
Girls' Romances #105 DC $70 $230 $760
Secret Hearts #88 DC $4 $12 $45
Young Romance #127 Prize $5 $18 $65
Our Fighting Forces #69 DC $15 $50 $150
Star-Spangled War Stories #102 DC $3 $30 $100
Strange Suspense Stories #72 Charlton $8 $20 $85
All American Men of War #90 DC $12 $40 $120
Battlefield Action #40 Charlton $12 $40 $145
Our Fighting Forces #71 DC $12 $45 $115
Great Lover Romances #2 Toby $20 $85 $230
All American Men of War #89 DC $85 $250 $810
Our Fighting Forces #68 DC $8 $20 $80
Our Army at War #119 DC $8 $20 $80
Secret Hearts #83 DC $165 $625 $1.9k