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  • 1st published artwork at DC by Mike Deodato
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  • Artemis becomes the new Wonder Woman
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  • 1st team appearance of The Thunderbolts: Citizen V (formerly Baron Zemo), Atlas (formerly Goliath), Mach-1 (formerly Beetle), Songbird (formerly Screaming Mimi), Meteorite (formerly Moonstone II) and Techno (formerly Fixer)
  • 🚨 Key Issue Alert EXCLUSIVE notification sent February 2019 that Thunderbolts is in-development with a showrunner already hired for the project
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  • Newsstand variant (does not say Direct Edition in the UPC box)
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  • 1st appearance of Cassandra Cain as Batgirl
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  • 2nd appearance of Harley Quinn (in-continuity)
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Gamma Radiation' armor, capable of absorbing and redirecting gamma radiation
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  • 1st appearance of Grey Goblin, previously appears out of costume in Amazing Spider-Man #509 as Gabriel Stacy
  • Gabriel and Sarah Stacy are the result of an affair between Norman Osborn and Gwen Stacy
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Jazinda, a Skrull disguised as Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk)
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  • 1st full appearance of Jazinda, as a Skrull
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  • Oversized issue that reprints the introduction of Moon Knight with excerpts from Werewolf by Knight #32 and #33
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato Jr.
  • Second printing
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  • 1st full appearance of the Dark Avengers: Norman Osborn (as Iron Patriot), Noh-Varr (as Captain Marvel), Daken (as Wolverine), Mac McGargan (as Spider-Man), Bullseye (as Hawkeye), Moonstone (as Ms. Marvel), Sentry and Ares
  • 1st mention of H.A.M.M.E.R., the government organization that replaces S.H.I.E.L.D. under the leadership of Norman Osborn
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato Jr.
  • New York Comic Con 2009 exclusive
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  • Variant black and white sketch cover art by Mike Deodato Jr.
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  • Cover art by Mike Deodato Jr.
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  • Origin of Sentry
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato (1:75)
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato (1:75)
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  • Reintroduction of Fu Manchu as Zheng Zu
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  • Chapter 4: "What if...Venom Possessed Deadpool?"
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato (1:150)
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  • Wakanda declares war on Atlantis
  • *T'Challa threatens to kill Namor in New Avengers #2 (2013) for what occurred in AvsX #7 and 8
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  • 1st partial team appearance of the Black Order (aka Cull Obsidian) a ruthless mercenary task force who serve Thanos
  • 1st appearance of Proxima Midnight
  • 1st appearance of Black Dwarf
  • 1st appearance of Ebony Maw
  • *Supergiant does not appear in the the physical copy of New Avengers #8 but does appear in the digital version
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  • Cover art by Mike Deodato
  • Homage to Frank Miller's Wolverine #1
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  • 1st full appearance of the Black Order
  • 1st appearance of Supergiant
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Thane, son of Thanos
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  • Origin of Nick Fury
  • *first time Fury refers to himself as The Man on the Wall
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  • Thor becomes unworthy to wield Mjolnir after Nick Fury whispers something that devastates him
  • *it is later revealed in Thor The Unworthy #5 that Fury said “Gorr was right” referencing the God Butcher’s assertion that all gods are flawed and unworthy of reverence, to which Thor agrees

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