$1.1 million would buy Peter Parker a lot of web fluid, and maybe even leave some money left for a decent apartment. But in the “real” world, $1.1 million is the new going rate for a mint condition version of Spider-man’s first appearance. According to Stephen Fischler, CEO of ComicConnect.com, a private buyer purchased the CGG 9.6 copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 for $1.1 million this week in a private transaction.
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