What is the value of the first series of Spider Man comic books?
Some of them are worth thousands and thousands of dollars. lol It also depends on the condition! Mint/good/used, etc.
== == == == The first Spider-Man comic book, ''The Amazing Spider-Man'', debuted with issue #1 in 1963 (publication date: March, 1963). However, this was not Spider-Man's first appearance as he was introduced seven months earlier on the pages of ''Amazing Fantasy'', an anthology series, in issue #15 (pub. date: Aug, 1962). Amazing Fantasy ended with issue 15 and Spider-Man's adventures were continued in ''The Amazing Spider-Man''.
ANSWER: Stan Lee is the writer of the first Spider-man comic, and it was Steve Ditko who drew him. They are both considered to be the co-creators of Spider-man. Ditko was a zealous objectivist and adherent to Ayn Rands philosophies and his objective influence is very evident in early Spider-man issues. There is somewhat of a mystery why Steve Ditko left comic books and only returned to sporadic work in his later years. One story…
Comic books were not even invented in 1920. They were first invented in 1934, with "Famous Funnies Series 1 #1". But in the 30's and 40's the comic book series "Action Comics" were the most popular. If you are asking for just 1 comic, then I think either Detective Comics #27, #38 or #40 OR Action Comics #1, #7 or #23.
Back when comics came out monthly and where called "comic magazines" every year the comic mag would come out with an annual. The annual would be around double the size of the usual comic, include guest stars or special information about the character, and cost double the usual magazine. They are almost always the best of the comic series such as the first Spider-man annual including the sinister six.
Stan Lee has written: 'The essential Silver Surfer' 'Essential Daredevil' 'Marvel Masterworks Vol. 16' 'Essential Spider-man' 'Marvel Masterworks' 'Essential the uncanny X-Men' -- subject(s): Comic books, strips, Comic books, strips, etc, Fiction, Heroes, X-Men (Fictitious characters) 'The Ultimate Spider-Man (Spiderman)' 'L'empire Contre-attaque (Guerres des Etoiles)' 'Stan Lee presents The Mighty Marvel strength and fitness book' -- subject(s): Exercise, Pictorial works 'Origin Marvl Comic' 'Essential Spider-Man Vol. 3' 'Essential Fantastic Four' -- subject(s): Comic books, strips…
The first comic book is generally considered by Famous Funnies, which appeared in 1934. The earliest comic books simply reprinted comic strips from the newspapers. In terms of superhero type characters, many people consider the first appearance of Superman in Action Comics #1 (June 1938) the point at which the comic-book archetype began.