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This single page from a 1984 Spider-Man comic book has sold for $3.36 million USD (?L2.45m GBP) at an auction in the US. The page was the original artwork by Mike Zeck and shows Spider-Man wearing a black costume for the first time. Joe Maddalena, vice president of Heritage Auctions in Texas, which sold the page, said: "Collectors are buying their nostalgia, so instead of buying their, you know, piece of contemporary art, this is it. "They'd rather have this because this speaks to them more than a piece of contemporary art would." Describing the Spider-Man piece as "one of a kind", he said: "It just was one of those moments in the lore of Spider-Man's fame that told this important part of this story that subsequently this character would turn into Venom. It's pretty amazing." It comes as new movie Spider-Man: No Way Home, has taken more than $1.5 billion USD globally at the box office since its release four weeks ago. It currently ranks as the eighth-biggest movie in the history of cinema worldwide. Editorial usage. Credit Heritage Auctions/HA.COM/MEGA. 14 Jan 2022 Pictured: Dating from 1984, it shows Spider-Man in a black costume for the first time. Photo credit: Heritage Auctions/HA.COM/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342