"Move aside Batman, Spidey has swung in to break the record for the most expensive comic art sale.  Cover art from "Amazing Spider-Man" no. 328 from 1990 sold for $675,250 at auction, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Previously, a page from issue no. 3 of the 1986 "The Dark Knight Rises" held the record at $448,125.  The cover, created by Todd McFarlane, features Spider-Man smashing the Hulk asking "Now who's the strongest one there is?"

"Move aside Batman, Spidey has swung in to break the record for the most expensive comic art sale. Cover art from "Amazing Spider-Man" no. 328 from 1990 sold for $675,250 at auction, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Previously, a page from issue no. 3 of the 1986 "The Dark Knight Rises" held the record at $448,125. The cover, created by Todd McFarlane, features Spider-Man smashing the Hulk asking "Now who's the strongest one there is?"

comicblah:  X-Men #10 cover art by Jim Lee and Scott Williams   This is the issue that features the X-Men turning into funny/parody Wizard of Oz versions of themselves, so Wolverine is this meek wimp who got beat up in school and the best he does is cower, Beast talks like Scooby Doo, Cyclops turns into :negativeman:, Rogue can’t touch anybody, and I guess Psylocke, Jubilee, and Gambit are just evil flying monkeys. There’s a weird Maverick story in here, too. Anyway one of my ...

comicblah: X-Men #10 cover art by Jim Lee and Scott Williams This is the issue that features the X-Men turning into funny/parody Wizard of Oz versions of themselves, so Wolverine is this meek wimp who got beat up in school and the best he does is cower, Beast talks like Scooby Doo, Cyclops turns into :negativeman:, Rogue can’t touch anybody, and I guess Psylocke, Jubilee, and Gambit are just evil flying monkeys. There’s a weird Maverick story in here, too. Anyway one of my ...

Dark Phoenix (Jean Grey) art by Philip Tan, colors by Elmer Santos - Marvel Comics Always had a crush on Jean Grey as she was drawn in the comics back in the '60s when I was a teen. Now I'm a senior citizen and the latter day portrayals can still spark an

Dark Phoenix (Jean Grey) art by Philip Tan, colors by Elmer Santos - Marvel Comics Always had a crush on Jean Grey as she was drawn in the comics back in the '60s when I was a teen. Now I'm a senior citizen and the latter day portrayals can still spark an

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