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  • Second printing
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  • Variant cover art by Afua Richardson (1:25)
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  • Cover art featuring Dread Knight
  • Distressed cover art for vintage effect
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  • 20-page comic book based on the 2020 album by Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 6,186
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  • Variant cover art by Darick Robertson
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  • Featuring pin-ups and sketch art by Adam Hughes
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  • Cover art by Michael Turner
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  • Cover art by Michael Turner
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  • Variant cover art by Marcos Martin (1:25)
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  • Variant cover art by Elizabeth Torque (1:25)
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  • 1st meeting of Peacemaker and Vigilante
  • Death of the second Vigilante
  • Adrian Chase reclaims the Vigilante mantle
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  • Biography of Metallica, the formation of the band with depictions of the current roster plus Dave Mustaine and Cliff Burton
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  • 48-page biography of Metallica, painted interior artwork
  • Additional content includes pin-ups and photographs of the band
  • Polybagged with guitar pick
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  • Reprint of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (1984)
  • 25th Anniversary edition
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  • Variant cover art by Walter Simonson
  • 75th Anniversary edition, celebrating 75 years since National Allied Publications (later DC Comics) published New Fun: The Big Comics Magazine #1 (Feb 1935)
  • Cover art inspired by Detective Comics #69 (1942)
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  • Published by American Comics Group for Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited (HARYOU)
  • HARYOU, an organization founded by Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, ministers and community leaders were awarded a grant in 1962 of $230,000 to conduct a neighborhood study and create a strategic plan to create opportunities for young people in Harlem
  • A comic book format was one of several modes of communicating the results of the study. It was distributed as a pamphlet that identified Harlem's problems and proposed a strategy to empower black youth by creating more job opportunities, providing job training and assisting delinquent youths in rehabilitation while increasing black consciousness and pride
  • As the subtitle suggests, a blueprint for improvement was proposed that focused on five areas: Community Action, Education, Employment, Special Programs and Arts & Culture
  • Although the issue is numbered #5, there is no evidence of prior issues and is likely the fifth general publication that resulted from the study
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  • Promotional comic published by the National Research Bureau
  • Introduction: America Under Socialism is published for one purpose - to give you a picture of what America might be like under Socialism
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  • Anti-Communism promotional comic published by the Catechetical Guild
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  • Canadian produced reprint of Archie's first appearance from Pep Comics #22 (1941)
  • Cover appearance of The Shield, redrawn with Union Jack flag-inspired costume which was the Canadian flag prior to the Maple Leaf National Flag of Canada
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  • Second printing
  • Followed the first hastily printed ashcan that was produced to beat Eerie Publications from using the title
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  • 304-page hardcover collection
  • Story arcs: Welcome to the Team, The Watcher, The Core and Love vs Life
  • Additional content includes cover gallery and sketches
  • Original retail price: $29.99
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  • 288-page hardcover collection
  • Story arcs: Guarded, Billy the Vampire Slayer and Wonderland
  • Additional content includes cover gallery and sketches
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  • 304-page hardcover collection
  • Story arcs: Magical Mystery Tour Featuring the Beetles, Freefall, In Space No On Can Hear You Slay, Slayer Interrupted, On Your Own and Apart (of Me)
  • Additional content includes cover gallery and sketches
  • Original retail price: $29.99
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  • 304-page hardcover collection
  • Story arcs: New Rules, I Wish, Return to Sunnydale and Day Off (or Harmony in My Head)
  • Additional content includes cover gallery and sketches
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  • 264-page hardcover collection
  • Story arcs: Love Dares You, Relationship Status: Complicated, Old Demons, Freaky Giles Day and Triggers
  • Additional content includes cover gallery and sketches
  • Original retail price: $29.99
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  • 272-page hardcover collection
  • Story arcs: In Pieces on the Ground, Own It and Where Are They Now?
  • Additional content includes cover gallery and sketches
  • Final collection published by Dark Horse before Boom acquires licensing
  • Original retail price: $29.99
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  • Bill Sienkiewicz portfolio collection featuring Moon Knight
  • Four 11" x 14" black and white sketches with folder
  • Limited to 1500, signed and numbered

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