Own a piece of Marvel’s Amazing Spider Man NFTs and Other Unique Artwork

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On August 29, Veve announced the launch of digital variant non-fungible token (NFT) covers from three Marvel comic book artists. Veve and Marvel detailed that the NFT drops called the Marvel NFTs collection will be limited edition, 1-of-1 releases of three Marvel comic covers featuring Spider-Man, and the Black Panther.

Veve X Marvel: Amazing Collection of New Superhero NFTs

Experience the Superhero world with Verve’s Work

Veve’s work with Marvel in the past has included dropping Spider-Man and Captain America digital collectibles in 2021. In addition, Veve has collaborated with Marvel’s competitor DC Comics as well as the entertainment giant Walt Disney.

The NFTs are created with artwork from the most popular and well-renowned artists, including Sara Pichelli, Brian Stelfreeze, and Skottie Young. These artists have put their spin on iconic characters like Miles Morales and Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Amazing Spider-Man, making each NFT a unique and Collectible item.

The last time Veve and Marvel collaborated was six days ago, on August 23. They created “The Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars collection. The non-fungible tokens exclusive to Secret Wars are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they offer five levels of rarity. In addition, you won’t know which token you get until you open the blind box, adding an element of chance and excitement to the collection.

What’s the NFT Market Scenario Currently?

Non-fungible token sales have been down over the past month, but they still manage to bring in a reasonable amount of revenue. During the last month, NFT sales gathered $603.33 million, which is slightly less than the $666.93 million recorded during the month prior.

The search term “NFT” is down this week, with a GT ( google trends) score of around 14 for the week starting on August 21. Even though large firms like Funko, Paramount, Warner Bros., Hasbro, Mattel, Atari, Topps, and more have been dropping entertainment and brand-related NFTs throughout 2021, the lack of interest and low NFT sales volume has kept people from investing in them.