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  • Variant cover art by Art Adams (1:50)
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  • 1st appearance of The Candlemaker
  • *possible villain for Doom Patrol Season 2
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  • Low print run: 15,320
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  • Low print run: 15,081 copies
  • Origin of Bludd, the vampire
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  • Cover art by J Scott Campbell
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  • Origin of The Savage Dragon
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  • The Stone Temple Pilots story
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  • The Pearl Jam story
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  • The Kurt Cobain story
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • 'Grad Special' edition depicting a man being attacked by Eastern Washington University's trademark 'red turf'
  • Limited to 400 copies, given to graduating students of McFarlane's alma mater in 2013 when he was invited to give the commencement speech
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  • Dormammu becomes the new Herald of Galactus
  • Galactus bonds with the Mystic Realm of Dormammu
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  • Variant cover art by Chip Zdarsky (1:25)
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  • 1st appearance of Isaac Ikeda, Protector of Pan
  • August 2019
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  • Variant cover art by Olivier Coipel
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  • 1st appearance of BloodRayne, a woman with vampire blood and a human heart
  • Inspired by the video game BloodRayne
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  • Variant cover art by Arthur Suydam
  • Cover homage of Crisis On Infinite Earths #7
  • June 5
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  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee (1:500)
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  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee (1:500)
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  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee
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  • Variant cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz featuring Malcolm Reynolds (1:200)
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  • Variant cover art by Jeffrey Veregge
  • Cover is an homage to the musical 'Hamilton'
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  • Variant cover art by Cliff Chiang (1:50)
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  • Variant cover art by Art Adams (1:50)
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  • Variant black and white cover art by Art Adams (1:200)
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  • Variant cover art by Gerald Parel (1:25)
  • June 12
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  • Oversized issue includes a reprint of Thor #339 (3rd appearance of Beta Ray Bill, 1st Stormbreaker)
  • Beta Ray Bill vs Galactus
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  • Oversized issue includes a reprint of Thor #338 (2nd appearance of Beta Ray Bill)
  • Beta Ray Bill vs Silver Surfer
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  • 3-issue miniseries where Beta Ray Bill hunts down Galactus
  • Oversized issue includes a reprint of Thor #337 (1st appearance of Beta Ray Bill)
  • Beta Ray Bill vs Thor
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  • 1st appearance of Bart Allen as The Flash
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Impulse
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  • 1st appearance of Impulse, sidekick to Wally West, The Flash
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  • One-shot Psylocke, Rogue, Shadowcat, Storm, Rachel Summers and Emma Frost
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  • 1st appearance of Painkiller Jane
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  • Possible announcement to come about this property becoming an animated series with an A-List actor attached
  • *value unknown
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  • 1st appearance of Valeria, an expert swordswoman
  • *Valeria to be featured in an upcoming solo series
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  • Scarce prepress edition limited to 15 copies (prepress refers to the stage prior to final printing for any number of adjustments to be made)
  • Cover art by Jim Steranko
  • *cover was rejected by Mr. T for reasons which are rumored to include the depiction of a partially nude woman or disagreeable colors
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  • Variant cover art by Francesco Mattina
  • Diamond Retailer Summit 2019 giveaway
  • Limited to 500 copies
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  • 72-page milestone issue #300 celebrating 27 years of Spawn
  • Cover homage of 'The Amazing Spider-Man' #300
  • Interior artwork by Todd McFarlane (the first time since 1995) with Greg Capullo who has began working on the title with Spawn #16
  • August 29
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  • Variant cover by Yuko Shimizu
  • July 3
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  • 1st appearance of Manhunter, Kate Spencer
  • Death of Copperhead
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  • 2nd appearance of Devilina
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  • Preview appearance of Nova
  • Comic Reader is a fanzine, an amateur publication created by comic book enthusiasts
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  • Variant cover art by David Marquez (1:25)
  • Deadpool photobomb cover
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  • 1949 promotional comic educating readers about venereal disease, specifically syphilis
  • 1st published work for EC by Harvey Kurtzman, later became the publisher of MAD Magazine
  • Reprinted in 1977 and 1979
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  • Variant cover art by Zac Gorman
  • 2015 Emerald City Comic Con exclusive
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  • 1st team appearance of Checkmate, a governmental intelligence agency led by Amanda Waller
  • Metropolis is misspelled on the cover
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  • Variant cover with 'Superhombre' logo
  • Logo first used on a 1942 Ashcan of Superman #1
  • Trademark renewed and printed to show proof of usage on the covers of this issue and Adventure Comics #304
  • *CGC 9.8 sold April 2019 for $1500
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  • Scarce 180-page 1980 promotional giveaway
  • Introduction by Superman explaining the meaning of The Olympics
  • Celebrity appearances: Julius Erving, Pele, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Jenner
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  • 1972 comic book created as a marketing campaign for the newly opened Telluride Ski Resort
  • The Tellurider superhero was inspired by Bill Mahoney, the resort's mountain manager during the time and longtime community leader thereafter
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  • Cover art by Jesse D'Orozco featuring Scarlett
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  • 1st appearance of Joy Jones, later becomes Vendetta
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  • Variant cover art by Michael Cho (1:25)
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  • Variant cover art by Brandon Peterson (1:15)
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  • Jack O'Lantern receives the Wishing Stone
  • 🗝 KEY OF THE WEEK: JIM COMICS (YouTube)
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  • Origin of Jabba The Hutt
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  • Variant cover art by Jenny Frison
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  • Variant second printing erotic cover art by Tula Lotay
  • *more graphic than the first concealed erotic variant
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  • 1st full appearance of Vinnie Nosferatu
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  • Variant cover art by Olivier Coipel
  • July 3
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  • A scientific task for traces a flesh-eating disease to a cave only to discover a hostile ecosystem and a supernatural revelation
  • July 10
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  • 1st team appearance of the 1969 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
  • 1st appearance of the Green Psycho Ranger
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  • 16-year-old Goldie Vance becomes an apprentice detective at the resort her dad manages when the resident sleuth runs into difficulty cracking a case
  • *in-development for a film franchise with Rashida Jones and Kerry Washington attached
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  • Variant cover art by Marco D'Alfonso (1:100)
  • Cover homage of the Sugar Hill Gang single 'Rapper's Delight'
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  • Reprint of X-Men #137, the final chapter of The Dark Phoenix Saga
  • Includes the 5-page original ending where Jean Grey survives
  • 13-page interview with the creators who discuss why the ending was changed
  • Pin-up of the original splash page to X-Men #138
  • Wraparound cover art by John Byrne
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  • 2nd appearance of The Mandarin
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  • In 2000, the Charles Atlas corporation filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against DC Comics for the portrayal of Flex Mentallo being a parody of the real-life Italian bodybuilder
  • The lawsuit was eventually dismissed but series was out-of-print for over a decade and commanded a considerable amount on the secondary market
  • Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery has since been published in a hardcover deluxe edition collection and a trade paperback
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  • The story occurs on two planes of existence, fiction and reality where the creation attempts to convince the creator not to kill himself
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  • Morrison's criticism of the dark and somber superhero trend in the 1990s is layered into the subtext of the story
  • Morrison refers to this series along with The Invisibles and The Filth as a "hypersigil" trilogy, a term coined by Morrison that refers to a work of art with its own willpower to persist in delivering its meaning
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  • Four-issue miniseries that conveys the history of the comic book genre through the lifespan of a central character
  • Considered one of Grant Morrison's most profound yet perplexing stories
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  • Variant wraparound black and white sketch cover art by Adam Kubert
  • 'Remastered' edition (1:1000)
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  • Variant wraparound cover art by Adam Kubert
  • 'Remastered' edition (1:500)
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  • Cameo appearance by multiple celebrities from the 1980s: Don Johnson, Hulk Hogan, Donald Trump, Lionel Ritchie, Michael J Fox, Tina Turner and George Wendt
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  • Variant cover art by Mukesh Singh (1:25)
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  • Second printing

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