Amazing Spider-Man #149 Launches Clone At Heritage Auction
Amazing Spider-Man #149 has become quite a big book lately. Featuring the early days of the Spider-Clone and the origin of Jackal, complete with all the Ben Reilly shenanigans, this book got a bit more heat. This copy, taking the auction at Heritage auctions today it’s as good as it gets, really, a CGC 9.8. There are rumors that Jackal and Reilly could appear in Spider-Verse part 2, which would make this book a huge key to the future as well. Maybe it’s time to grab it. This rare copy is at $2100, which is what this note should report. Check it out below, Amazing Spider-Man fans.
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“The Amazing Spider-Man #149 (Marvel, 1975) CGC NM/MT 9.8 blank pages. Origin and “death” of the Jackal. First appearance of the Spider-Man clone. Appearance of Gwen Stacy’s clone. Cover by Gil Kane. Ross Andru art. Overstreet 2021 NM-9.2 value = $225. CGC 3/22 census: 37 in 9.8, no superior. The Clone Spider-Man’s first appearance in “Even If I Live, I Die!” Screenplay by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Mike Esposito and Dave Hunt (backgrounds). Cover by Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia. One of the classic Bronze Age web-slinger problems! At Shea Stadium in Queens, the Jackal’s master plan is finally coming to fruition! On the indoor grass, the Amazing Spider-Man fights to the end against a carbon copy of himself – the Spider-Clone! With Ned Leeds in mortal danger, can the marvelous crawler triumph over his clone and the jackal too? But even if he wins, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man can still lose Gwen once again. An emotional ending for all. Origins of the Jackal and Gwen Stacy’s Clone. Apparent deaths of Jackal and Spider-Clone.”
This is the highest ranked copy in the GSC Census, so bid knowing that there are no higher ranked copies. To go here for more information and to make an offer. While you’re at it, check out the other books taking deals today.