The page of the Spider-Man comic book was sold at auction in the United States for $ 3.36 million

The illustration dates back to 1984, when the artist Mike Zeck first depicted a popular character in a black suit.

A page of a Spider-Man comic book has been sold for $3.36 million at Heritage Auctions in Texas. This was reported on Friday by the British TV channel Sky News.

According to him, the illustration dates back to 1984. Artist Mike Zeck first portrayed a popular comic book character in a black suit.

Vice president of the auction house Joe Maddalena clarified to the TV channel that after the page of the Spider-Man comic book, a high-precision copy of the first issue of Superman was sold. This lot went under the hammer for $3.18 million.

According to the TV channel, recently Pokemon cards and comics have been highly quoted at auctions. “Collectors buy their nostalgia,” Maddalena commented on this trend.

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