A single page from the 'Spiderman' comic book sells for 3 million euros
An original page of a 1984 comic book with 'Spider-Man', of Marvel's rare 'Secret Wars' series, sold for a record $ 2.9 million at auction in the United States.
Sales make 'Spiderman' the most powerful superhero in terms of sales.
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On this site the superhero wears for the first time the black suit, which turns out to be a symbiote (extraterrestrial parasite), which brings to life Venom.
It is a moment that film, literature and television have constantly tried to recreate.
"This site was the place where Peter Parker, the heroic teenager disguised as Spider-Man, actually wore his new black suit," explains Heritage Auctions, describing page 25 of the publication. "It's a costume with a secret! Because it quickly turns out he's alive and has his agenda. It's the origin of Venom's character!"
The paper was initially offered for € 289,000. But prices for comics, even single comic book pages of this kind, are constantly rising as fans like it a lot.
None of the sellers or buyers were identified.
The previous record for an original page of an American comic dates back to 2014 when a page showing Wolverine's first appearance for an issue of 'The Incredible Hulk' dating back to 1974, sold for € 573,650.