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Former DC Comic Artist José Delbo Made $1.85 Million In An Auction, Depicts Wonder Woman NFTs In Fou

José Delbo, the former DC comic artist, has made $1.85 million in an auction, depicting the popular fictional heroine Wonder Woman’s non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in four days.

It has been reported that the 87-year-old Argentian, who also worked on Batman, Transformers, and The Beatles‘ Yellow Submarine comic book, collaborated with Milan-based crypto art duo Hackatao to produce the NFT drop, dubbed “Heroines.”

However, in total, 914 individual NFTs were auctioned, with the tokens each featuring one of seven illustrations or animated gifs depicting Wonder Woman in scenes invoking themes relating to the empowerment of women.

The report said that the tokens auctioned included two one-of-a-kind editions, four “open limited editions, where an unlimited amount of NFTs can be minted only while the auction is ongoing, and one edition for which no more than 10 copies could be sold. The most expensive piece sold was “Heroines – Weight of the World,” an animated gif that illustrates Wonder Woman holding the world against a backdrop invoking themes of empowerment. The bidder “888” got their hands on the piece for a total of 88.888 Ether, worth approximately $136,000.

A former Wonder Woman comic book artist has generated $1.85 million in four days auctioning NFTs depicting the popular heroine. — Cointelegraph (@Cointelegraph) March 9, 2021

Likewise, the open edition, “Heroines – Stand Out,” spanned 10 copies in total, with two being reserved for the artists, seven given away to raffle winners. The last remaining copy was auctioned for 15 Ether, or around $23,000. All proceeds from the sale were donated to Girls Who Code, an organization that works to close the gender gap in the tech industry.

Heroines – Shine Bright” was the highest performing open limited edition, with a total of 151 copies selling for a combined total of $450,000.

As per the sources, José Delbo illustrated the Wonder Woman comics between 1976 and 1981 and is no stranger to the crypto world, holding a week-long exhibition of his comic book art in the Ethereum-based virtual reality world Decentraland during July 2020.

Thus, comic book characters are increasing in popularity in the crypto art markets, with Marvel officially launching a Spiderman NFT that sold for $25,000 in February of this year.

Source: Cointelegraph | Image: DC Comics



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