Marvel’s First Digital NFT Comics Launch on VeVe

Marvel Comics and VeVe continue to celebrate “Marvel Month” with the company’s first NFT comics.

Marvel Month is in full swing and the legendary comic book company is giving us another treat on the VeVe platform. This weekend, Marvel Sells First-Ever Digital Comic Book Collection in the form of not fungible tokens (NFT).

So far, two Marvel sales have gone down on VeVe, the Spider-Man Digital Statue Collection launched the series on VeVe while the Captain America collection was released last week. The Spidey collection sold out in less than 24 hours while the follow-up Captain America set sold out in less than 24 minutes.

Jselling NFT comics on VeVe will run through Sunday and feature three different playable classics from the Marvel archives.

Marvel’s NFT Comics

Much like Marvel’s previous NFT collections, the comics are available in one of five rarity levels, from common to secret rare. The first comic for sale is fittingly Marvel Comics #1. In 1939, when the company was called Timely, it published a comic featuring the debut of an android version of Human Torch and Namor the Sub-Mariner .

The second is Journey Into Mystery #85, a Thor comic that marked the first appearance of Loki, Heimdall, and the capital Asgard.

Finally, the third comic to be released is the iconic Fantastic Four #1 written by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. It was the start of the legendary new quartet of heroes and cemented Marvel on the Mount Rushmore of comic book companies.

60,000 editions of the first and third NFTs, while the Journey into Mystery version only has 50,000. This makes Loki’s debut a bit more exclusive than the others, with 10,000 fewer versions released.

The common, or classic, cover will have 40,000 minted copies while the rare and secret “True Believer Variant” will only have 500 releases in the pool. Despite this, all comics are priced at $6.99 and rarities are randomized at time of sale, allowing anyone to pick up a very rare and valuable NFT from the collection.


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Lisa M. Horner