Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby’s 1962 cover art for Amazing Fantasy #15 provides the background for Alan Quah and Mufizal Mokhtar’s thrilling interpretation, bringing the classic up to date for a new generation of fans.
Spider-Man, tethered by a skein of webbing, leaps out in an action-packed sculpture, the bonded porcelain figure of a terrified mobster firmly in the pewter webslinger’s grasp. In 2011, Amazing Fantasy #15, significant for introducing Spider-Man and his origin story, became the second comic book to cross the US $1 million thresholds at auction.
The pewter Spider-Man features a satin finish against a colored 1962 cover. This limited-edition figurine has an edition size of 800 worldwide and includes a certificate of authenticity.
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In 1962, Amazing Fantasy #15 introduces Spider-Man, one of Marvel’s most popular characters, to the public for the first time, with Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby’s action-packed cover art a clear advertisement of Peter Parker’s superpowers.
Illustrator Alan Quah and sculptor Mufizal Mokhtar’s thrilling interpretation sees Spider-Man, cast in pewter and gilded in 24K gold, leap from the cover, the bonded porcelain figure of a terrified mobster firmly in his grasp. In 2011, the landmark issue, which tells the webslinger’s origin story, became the second comic book to cross the US $1 million thresholds at auction.
Limited to 200 individually numbered pieces worldwide. Don't miss your chance to add the Amazing Spider-Man to your collection!