A seminal moment of Spider-Man history, sketched on a single page of a Marvel comic, just became the most expensive page from a comic book ever sold at auction.
The page, which depicts Spider-Man’s first time donning the infamous all-black suit, fetched $3.36 million at auction earlier this week, becoming the “world’s most valuable page of original comic book artwork,” according to Heritage Auctions.
Who notes as last month’s No Way Home demonstrates, Spidey continues to be a hot property for both Disney/Marvel and Sony/Columbia Pictures, and there are promising signs that the two entertainment companies will work out a deal to continue their partnership…
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