The Amazing Spider-Man 



Aloha, my personal collection of The Amazing Spider-Man starts with #2.

Starting in 2023, I will be selling this collection to finance a business venture in wellness and life coaching.

If you are interested in the very first issues of the Amazing Spider-Man, make sure to check out this web site as well as newjumpswing on eBay.

I will be selling individual issues up to #99.

From there it will be #100-199,200-299,300-399,400-499,500-599,

600-699,Superior Spider-Man and The Nick Spencer volume.

I will be including Maximum Carnage within the 300 series as well as variants within the 500,600 and Nick Spencer series!

Thank you for your patronage.



Personal Comic Book Collection.

This is a picture of my personal Spider-Man & Black Panther comic book collection.

To complete my collection of Amazing Spider-Man v.1,

I need issue #1 along with Amazing Fantasy #15

My collection includes All other volumes,mini series and One shots within the original Marvel Spider-Man Universe (Every possible Variant cover NOT included)

Among the Many People that this Web Site is Dedicated to, I will be Eternally Grateful to

Lamont Cranston Johnson
(Jan 23,1961 - Feb. 11, 2004)

Literacy through Spider-Man

As an original member of the Merry Marvel Marching Society and a collector of more than 98% of ALL 616 Marvel Universe Spider-Man titles, I have but one objective with this site and that is to promote what I consider to be the greatest fictional character in literary history. Not only is it not my intention to interfere in Marvel's ability to sell their products, but on the contrary, I am committed to the promotion of literacy through the character Spider-Man as well as The Black Panther.



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You can Only be a Comic Book Collector with the Comic Books!

Aloha, I started this website in 2003. At that time I stated the following.Key factors in enjoyable cyber comic book reading is a quality video card and monitor as well as proper posture. I am of the opinion that the future of comic books will include cyber comics. There may be a time when either a disk of the comic comes with the comic or you can subscribe to the comic book on line and download the latest editions directly from the comic book publishers via the internet. The comic book industry must develop innovative ways to attract both the traditional fan boy as well as new demographics of readers, if it is to remain a vibrant industry. The industry cries out for more female and multi cultural representation in every aspect of the business.

2011 Update

The cover, drawn by Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, shows Spider-Man clutching a villain in one arm and swinging from his web with the other. It originally sold for 12 cents.

Writer Stan Lee and Ditko co-created the web-slinger and his alter ego, the awkward but educationally gifted Peter Parker, who was bitten by a radioactive spider.

Later, Spider-Man's debut comic sells for $1.1 million

PHILADELPHIA – A comic collector has been caught in Spider-Man's web, paying $1.1 million for a near-mint copy of "Amazing Fantasy" No. 15 that features the wall-crawler's debut.

The issue, first published in 1962, was sold Monday by a private seller to a private buyer, chief executive Stephen Fishler told The Associated Press on Tuesday.

It's not the highest price ever paid for a comic book, an honor that goes to "Action Comics" No. 1 with Superman on the cover, which went for $1.5 million.

But Fishler says the price paid is the most for a book from the Silver Age, the mid-1950s to about 1970.

"The fact that a 1962 comic has sold for $1.1 million is a bit of a record-shattering event," he said. "That something that recent can sell for that much and be that valuable is awe-inspiring."

Usually, it has been comics from the Golden Age — typically from the late 1930s to the early 1950s — that draw seven-figure sums.

In March 2010, a copy of the 1938 edition of "Action Comics" No. 1 sold for $1.5 million on ComicConnect's website. That issue features the debut of Superman and originally sold for 10 cents.

In February 2010, Heritage Auctions in Dallas sold a rare copy of "Detective Comics" No. 27, which featured the debut of Batman, for $1,075,500. Fishler said the same issue had initially sold for just $2,500 in 1985 and for $140,000 in 2000.

"Over the last decade it has become a rather legendary copy because it was in the hands of a collector and no one thought he would sell," Fishler said. "The owner came up with a figure that he didn't think anyone would pay, and it was paid."

"Amazing Fantasy" No. 15 has long been prized by collectors because of Spider-Man's debut. It has been reprinted and made available as a hard-cover, too.

Lee said there is more to the price tag than just money.

"I think it's just wonderful that these old books are now considered, in some way, ancient treasures and are thought of so highly that people would give so much money for them," he said. "I would never have believed it, but I am very impressed."

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