Salvador Larroca

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  • DC Universe logo
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  • Death of Grizzly
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  • 1st appearance of Ayesha (AKA HER & Paragon)
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  • 1st appearance of Valeria Von Doom, an alternate reality version of Valeria Richards
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  • Death of Colossus
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  • 1st appearance of Wraith, a mutant whose invisibility fields disorient enemies
  • 1st appearance of Sunpyre, sister of Sunfire with similiar abilities
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  • 1st team appearance of the X-Treme X-Men: Storm, Beast, Bishop, Sage, Psylocke, Thunderbird (Shaara)
  • 1st appearance of Vargas, the next step in human evolution
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  • 1st appearance of Lady Mastermind, daughter of Jason Wyngarde
  • 1st appearance of Slipstream, a mutant who teleports via a Warp Wave
  • 1st appearance of Lifeguard, a mutant who adapts to life-threatening situations
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  • 1st appearance of Evangeline Whedon, mutant lawyer who turns into a red dragon when blood is spilled
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  • 1st appearance of Bullseye in the Ultimate Universe
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  • 1st appearance of Shen Xorn, the twin brother of Kuan-Yin Xorn possessing similar powers except instead of a star, he has a black hole in his head
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  • 1st appearance of Mammomax, a human mutant that resembles a mammoth
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  • 1st appearance of Bling!
  • 1st appearance of Flubber
  • 1st appearance of Onyxx
  • 1st appearance of Rain Boy
  • 1st appearance of Foxx, revealed to be Mystique
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  • Gambit becomes Death, a Horseman of Apocalypse
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  • 1st appearance of Lily Hollister as Menace
  • [May 2020 - speculation that Menace could be introduced to the Sony Universe since the writer hired for the Jackpot movie created Menace as an adversary to Spider-Man and Jackpot in comics]
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  • 1st team appearance of the Triumph Division, a Filipino superhero team: St. George, Fighter One, Anitun, Mighty Mother, The Wishing Man, Great Mongoose and Red Feather
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  • 1st appearance of Victoria Hand, an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. who also worked for Norman Osborn's H.A.M.M.E.R.
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Pepper Potts as Rescue
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  • Variant cover art by Salvador Larroca
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  • Scarce 8-page promotional comic included in a June 2009 'Special Collector's Edition' of XXL Magazine with Eminem on the cover as The Punisher to promote his fifth album, 'Relapse'
  • Two-issue limited series - the second half available as a free digital download from Marvel Unlimited
  • *suggestion - try to find/buy the magazine in hopes it is complete with the comic
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  • 1st full appearance of Pepper Potts as Rescue
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  • 1st cover appearance of Rescue armor
  • Variant second printing cover art by Salvador Larroca
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  • Variant second printing cover art by Salvador Larroca featuring Rescue
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  • 2nd appearance of Pepper Potts as Rescue
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  • Pepper Potts takes the code name Rescue
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Bleeding Edge' armor as used in the Infinity War movie
  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Detroit Steel' armor, a heavy suit with melee and projectile weaponry
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  • Variant cover art by Salvador Larocca (1:15)
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  • 1st appearance of Ginny Stark, daughter of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts (alternate future timeline)
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  • Debut of Iron Man's Iron Destroyer armor
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  • Variant cover art by Larry Stroman (1:500)
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  • Debut of Iron Man/War Machine armor 'Model 39'
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Rebel' armor, mostly scavenged together to battle the Mandarin
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  • Debut of Iron Man's 'Space Armor III,' less of a combat model and more of an exploration suit
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  • Variant cover art by Salvador Larroca featuring Eminem
  • Sold only in the Detroit area
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  • 1st full appearance of Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel (interior story) and Tanalth the Pursuer.
  • Larroca A cover.
  • The 1:75 variant McNiven cover (incredibly rare in high grade with only 13 9.8 copies on the CGC census) was a last minute entry at number 5 last week with a massive 9.8 sale of $3,750. We speculated that this could be the long anticipated awakening of the slumbering giant that is Kamala Khan.
  • The Larroca cover replaces it this week, after charting on the Trending 20 last week, and rockets to the number 3 spot with a slew of big new sales.
  • The regular cover jumped this week from a previous high of $485 in 9.8 to $500, then to $600, then to $700 and finally to the current new all-time record high of $750.
  • Meanwhile, a CGC 9.8 copy of the 2nd print (the only difference being a blue footer on the cover) sold for a whopping $2k on eBay.
  • With the ever present interest this year on Miles Morales and the subsequent demand for Spider-Gwen, Silk and Riri this was inevitable.
  • And with a live action Disney+ series already announced by Marvel Studios, all signs point to this being just the beginning for a wave of Kamala fever who has up until recently been arguably the most popular of the crop of Marvel characters introduced in the 2010s.
  • Whether Kamala interest continues to be focused on this book is the question. Last week's $3,750 CGC 9.8 McNiven sale kicked off the current Kamala train but also refocused attention to this one from other books. It is likely that last weeks sale had as much to do with the rarity of this book in 9.8 as it did collectors identifying this as the key Kamala appearance.
  • Captain Marvel #14 (1st cameo), Captain Marvel #17 (2nd cameo) and Captain Marvel #17 2nd print (1st cover appearance) all pre-date this book.
  • To date, Captain Marvel #17 2nd print has been the go to book for collectors and is easily the most recognizable book associated with her first appearance.
  • The most recent data puts CGC 9.8 copies of Captain Marvel #17 2nd print at an average $1,300 but the few copies for sale are priced at double and often triple that. It is likely that demand will shift here as the Kamala market matures.
  • Estimated retailer orders for All-New Marvel Now Point One #1 of approximately 32,929.
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  • Second printing, blue footer
  • *recent sales of this issue on eBay have sold for between $300-$525 whereas previous sales at the beginning of June were in the $50 range. Although there aren't many issues listed for sale at the time of writing this update, the extreme sales are too substantial to justify changing the values for this issue. Adjustments will be made as more sales data becomes available
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  • 1st appearance of Doctor Aphra, 0-0-0 aka Triple Zero and BT-1, the assassin droid
  • 1:25 variant cover art by Salvador Larroca.
  • In the wake of Clone Wars #1 and on the back of Star Wars fever, this book comes in at number 4 again this week.
  • Led by a new all-time record high CGC 9.8 buy-it-now sale this week of $750, Doctor Aphra's 1st appearance continues to heat up in all grades.
  • Copies of the variant are being snapped up quickly as collectors scramble to get in before this one hits Clone Wars 1 levels.
  • Rumors persist of an in-development Doctor Aphra Dinsey+ show.
  • Star Wars books are heating up across the board. Don't be surprised to see others follow. Heir To The Empire #1, featuring the first appearance of Grand Admiral Thrawn and Mara Jade, and Star Wars #42, the first comic appearance of Boba Fett, are already starting to bubble.