Dallas, First Published Jan 15, 2022, 6:02 PM IST
A page in the Spider-Man comic book, published thirty years ago, has sold for a huge sum. A page from the 1984 book Spider-Man was auctioned for $ 3.36 million ($ 24 million). Page 25 of Marvel Comics’ Secret Ward Number Eight book sold for millions.
It was auctioned off in Dallas by Heritage Auctions. It sold out on the first day of the four-day auction. People in the gallery applauded as all records were broken and new sales took place. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
The pictures on this page are by Mike Sec. This page was put up for auction in Dallas. The BBC reports that the sale took place within ten minutes. Last year, a 1962 Spider-Man comic book sold for $ 3.6 million ($ 26 million). Until then, the Superman series was the most valuable comic book in the world. That’s what Spider-Man broke through.
The record for the most expensive single page comic ever held by an X-Men series. Published in the 1974 issue of The Incredible Hulk, the page featuring images of the first arrival of the Axman character Wolverine was priced at $ 657,250.
Spider-Man is the brainchild of Stan Lee, former president and author of Marvel Comics. Spider-Man first appeared in the 1962 Marvel comic book, Amazing Fantasy No. 15.
Stan Lee is the creator of the world’s most acclaimed legendary comic series, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man and Fantastic Four. Many of Stanley’s characters are superheroes who experience the problems of ordinary human beings. Stan Lee’s creations include the blind superhero Daredevil and the first Black Marvel superhero Black Panther.
Recent films, including Spider-Man: No Way Home, tell the legendary life of Spider-Man.
Last Updated Jan 15, 2022, 6:02 PM IST