$34,100Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$34.10Initial Offering Share Price
02/2020Initial Offering Date
From the minds of legendary comic book creators Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has captivated superhero fans for decades and was a key element in Marvel Comics’ rise to prominence in the early 1960’s.
“Now that The Amazing Spider-Man is the most collected series in comics, there’s not a collector out there who doesn’t wish he had snapped up a copy of the first issue when it originally hit newsstands.”— Heritage Auctions
Stan Lee joins Timely Comics as an assistant. Timely Comics would eventually become Marvel Comics.
Stan Lee and Steve Ditko of Marvel Comics create the character of Spider-Man and feature him on the cover of “Amazing Fantasy #15”.
Following strong sales, Spider-Man makes his own series debut with the publication of “The Amazing Spider-Man #1”. #SPIDER1 is printed as part of this series.
“The Amazing Spider-Man #38” is published and is the last comic book of the series with contributions from co-creator Steve Ditko.
Marvel Comics publishes the final issue of the series, “The Amazing Spider-Man #700”.
A CGC NM+ 9.6 white pages copy of “The Amazing Spider-Man #1” sells for a record $262,900 through Heritage Auctions.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #SPIDER1 and offer it on the Rally platform.
Rally’s #SPIDER1 is an original issue of the landmark The Amazing Spider-Man #1, which featured Spider Man’s first appearance in his own series. With a grade of NM+ 6.5, the book is in the top 15% of all graded copies in existence and a true piece of comic history.Invest Now
|Price Per Share||$22.00|
|Number of Shares||1000|
|Storage Location||Rally Rd. // New York City|
|Title||The Amazing Spider-Man #1|
|Writer||Stan Lee, Steve Ditko|
|Cover Artist||Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Stan Goldberg, Artie Simek|
|Letterer||Jon D'Agostino, John Duffy|
|Store Date||March 1, 1963|
|Rarity||1 of 114 (CGC FN+ 6.5)|
|Authentication||Comics Guaranty Company (CGC)|
|Grade||CGC FN+ 6.5|