The $3.4 million sale of an original drawing from a 1984 Spider-Man comic has set a new record for the most-expensive piece of interior comic art, at Heritage Auctions in Dallas on Thursday. The work by Mike Zeck sparked a heated bidding war, opening at $330,000 and quickly escalating into the millions. The previous record for a page of original comic art—not a piece of cover art—was set in 2014 with the $657,250 sale, also at Heritage Auctions, of The Incredible Hulk, No. 180 (1974) by Herb Trimpe, which introduced Wolverine. Read More


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