Spider-Man comic book page sold at auction in the U.S. for $3.36 million
A page from the Spider-Man comic book was sold for $3.36 million at a Heritage Auctions auction in Texas. The illustration dates back to 1984. Artist Mike Zeck first depicted a popular comic book character in a black suit.
#SpiderMan's Black Costume Origin Sells for $3.36 Million at Heritage Auctions to Shatter #ComicArt Record.#Superman also breaks $3 million barrier with Action Comics No. 1 sale to kick off four-day #Comics and Comic Art event. 💥https://t.co/MPvQamZcei#MarvelComics pic.twitter.com/iB7RyRsAeF— Heritage Auctions (@HeritageAuction) January 13, 2022
Joe Maddalena, vice president of the auction house, added After the Spider-Man comic book page, a highly accurate copy of the first issue of Superman was sold. The item went under the hammer for $3.18 million. Pokémon cards and comic books have been high on the bargain list lately.