The “Ohio Copy” of Amazing Fantasy #15, which of course features the origin of Spider-Man, was sold by Metropolis Collectibles for a reported record price.

The copy, which was certified 8.5, sold for $29,500 according to Metropolis' Chief Operating Officer Vincent Zurzolo, Jr.

“While this is not the most expensive Amazing Fantasy #15 ever sold (that would be the only CGC-graded 9.6 sold by Metropolis for an undisclosed six figure price), it is the most ever paid for a CGC-graded 8.5,” Metropolis said in a press release.

="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <title>.html</title> </head> <body > <div><i>Astonishing X-Men</i> artist John Cassaday will be the featured guest on this coming week's edition of Fanboy Radio, Scott Hinze's popular radio show about comics. <br><br>&#8220;I'm really excited about this show,&#8221; Hinze told <i>Scoop</i>. &#8220;Wednesday's release of <i>Astonishing X-Men #1</i> reminded everyone just how much of a badass this guy is. John is a great guy, an incredible artist and is originally from Fort Worth, the home of Fanboy Radio.&#8221;<br><br>Cassaday has illustrated <i>Captain America</i>, <i>Union Jack</i>, <i>Planetary</i>, and <i>Desperadoes</i>, as well as providing cov