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The $130 check that transferred the rights of Superman to DC Comics sold for $160,000 in an Internet auction on Monday.
The Detective Comics check was written to Joe Shuster and Jerome Siegel to give up their claim for the iconic comic-book character who wore an “S” on his chest in 1938.
ComicConnect co-owner Vincent Zurolo said the idea of superheroes began with Superman. ComicConnect, which originates in New York, held the Internet auction. He said the $130 basically began the billion-dollar industry, citing the other commonly heard of superheroes: Spider-man, Batman, X-Men, Iron Man, etc.