Marvel's 'Amazing Fantasy No. 15' Is Now the Most Expensive Comic Book at $3.6 Million USD

Peter Parker/Spider-Man’s origin and first appearance issue.

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Heritage Auctions has just hit a new milestone by completing the transaction for the most expensive comic book ever sold.

The comic in question is Marvel‘s Amazing Fantasy No. 15 from 1962 — it retailed for 12 cents USD — where it reached a final price of $3.6 million USD. Written by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko with illustrations by Jack Kirby, this copy was graded CGC NM+ 9.6 and was Peter Parker/Spider-Man‘s origin and first appearance issue.

Comic book fans can head over to Heritage Auctions to see the listing.

In other entertainment news, The Lord of the Rings “The Middle-Earth Ultimate Collector’s Edition” sees 31 discs.

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