COMICS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #100 Cover Has Sold For A Record Price At Dallas Auction

COMICS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #100 Cover Has Sold For A Record Price At Dallas Auction

COMICS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #100 Cover Has Sold For A Record Price At Dallas Auction

The cover of Amazing Spider-Man #100 recently sold for an enormous price at an auction in Dallas, Texas, setting a record for a Marvel Comics Silver or Bronze Age cover. Read past the jump for the details!

The wall-crawler has just set a record for most Marvel's valuable cover. The cover of Amazing Spider-Man #100 sold at Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas for an astounding price of $400,000.

This is a record for a Marvel cover from the Silver or Bronze Age of comics.

The cover was drawn by John Romita Sr and Frank Giacoia. Take a look at the very expensive cover below:



Romita is one of the most iconic artists to work on Spider-Man, taking over after the departure of Steve Ditko.

“This cover was done during the peak period of John Romita, Sr’s artwork, at a time when Spider-Man’s popularity was extremely high,” said Heritage Auctions’ senior vice president Ed Jaster. 

Amazing Spider-Man #100 is a villain-filled story that has Peter Parker struggling to balance his normal life and his responsibilities as Spider-Man. The issue famously ends with the reveal that Peter has grown four extra arms, resembling an actual spider-man.

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