DALLAS (AP) — A unmarried web page of art work from a 1984 Spider-Guy comedian e-book offered at public sale Thursday for a report $3.36 million.
Mike Zeck’s art work for web page 25 from Surprise Comics’ “Secret Wars No. 8” brings the primary look of Spidey’s black swimsuit. The symbiote swimsuit would sooner or later result in the emergence of the nature Venom.
The report bidding, which began at $330,000 and soared previous $3 million, got here at the first day of Heritage Auctions’ four-day comedian match in Dallas.
The former report for an inside web page of a U.S. comedian e-book was once $657,250 for artwork from a 1974 factor of “The Implausible Hulk” that featured a tease for the primary look of Wolverine.
Additionally Thursday, some of the few surviving copies of Superman’s debut, Motion Comics No. 1, offered for $3.18 million, striking it a few of the priciest books ever auctioned.
Not one of the dealers or consumers had been known.