The 5 most expensive comics ever sold Live

The X-Men #1 (Sept. 1963)

This issue marks the first appearance of one of the most famous and enduring superhero teams ever created. It sold for a mere 12 cents on the news stand when it was first published. In 2012, a pristine copy sold for $492,937!
by CBC Books

Batman #1 (April 1940) 

In 1940, Batman and his sidekick Robin were given their own comic book line, the first of many different series starring the Dark Knight and equally memorable villains, from the Joker to the Riddler. A copy of this comic book fetched $567,625 in 2013. 
by CBC Books

Detective Comics #27 (May 1939)

The very first appearance of Batman, as well as his long time ally James Gordon and the city of Gotham. It sold for 10 cents when it was originally released. In 2010, a copy of this comic book sold for $1,075,000! 
by CBC Books

Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962)

Peter Parker was a shy but brilliant teenager whose life and purpose
changed after getting bit by a radioactive spider. This comic book 
introduced us to Spider-Man, who would go on to become one of the most
popular characters of all-time. In 2011, someone paid $1.1 million for
a well-preserved copy! 
by CBC Books

Action Comics #1 (June 1938)

The reigning champion of the world's most expensive comics. A copy
once owned by Nicholas Cage fetched more than $2.1 million at auction. However, that record was shattered in 2014 when a collector paid $3.2 million for a well-preserved copy after some furious bidding on eBay!  
by CBC Books

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