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  • 1st appearance of Omega the Unknown
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  • 3rd appearance of Moon Knight
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  • 1st appearance of Blizzard, formerly Jack Frost
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  • 1st appearance of Blizzard
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  • 1st appearance of a Nick Fury Life Model Decoy, later renamed Max Fury
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  • Death of Colonel Glenn Talbot
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  • 1st appearance of American Eagle, Jason Strongbow, a Native American belonging to the Navajo tribe
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  • Origin of Spider-Man retold
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  • 1st appearance of Atra, an alchemist who created the powerful black magic relic, The Serpent Crown
  • 1st appearance of Phraug, emperor of the Deviant Empire, Lemuria
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  • Adaptation of the 1981 film
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Cloak & Dagger
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  • She-Hulk joins the Avengers
  • Hawkeye rejoins the Avengers
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  • 2nd appearance of Cloak & Dagger
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  • 3rd appearance of Cloak & Dagger
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  • Classic cover art by Ed Hannigan
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  • 1st appearance of Ollie Osnick as Doctor Octopus, later becomes Spider-Kid and Steel Spider
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  • Cover art by Ed Hannigan featuring Black Knight
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  • 1st appearance of Lyta Trevor AKA Lyra Hall, later becomes Fury
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Killer Croc
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Jason Todd
  • 2nd cameo appearance of Killer Croc
  • This issue is cited as the first full appearance of Killer Croc but there is no difference in his depiction as a gangster in a trenchoat and fedora as first seen in Detective Comics #523. In Detective Comics #524, he is revealed to have crocodile features
  • It should also be noted that this version of Jason Todd is not visually accurate to later versions and his origin is retconned in Batman #408
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  • 1st full appearance of Killer Croc
  • Batman #357 is commonly cited as Killer Croc's first appearance but he appears no different in his first cameo appearance in Detective Comics #523 than he does in #357. In this issue, it is revealed that the previously obscured figure has crocodile features
  • 2nd cameo appearance of Jason Todd, in one panel, mentioned by name
  • [October 2021 - a synopsis for Batwoman Episode 2 reveals a "new incarnation of Killer Croc" will appear]
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  • Newsstand Edition, indicated by the barcode
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  • Sold in 3-packs with World's Finest #289 and DC Comics Presents #55
  • Unlike the other editions, the month (MAR) is not printed on the cover
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  • 1st cameo cover appearance of Killer Croc
  • 2nd full appearance of Killer Croc
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  • 3rd full appearance of Killer Croc
  • 1st full appearance of Jason Todd
  • Other resources cite Batman #357 as Jason Todd's first full appearance even though his appearance is brief and he is not introduced by name
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  • 1st full cover appearance and origin of Killer Croc
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  • 1st appearance of the Savage Skull
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  • 2nd appearance of Lt. Harvey Bullock
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  • Cover art by Ed Hannigan
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  • Mervyn's department store reprint
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  • 1st appearance of Nocturna, a woman afflicted with a disease that causes sensitivity to light
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  • Lucius Fox appears as a white man in what appears to be an error by the colorist
  • Poison Ivy appears in an extremely skimpy costume
  • Early Jason Todd appearance
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  • Jason Todd officially becomes the new Robin, approved by Batman
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  • 1st appearance of Storm Shadow, a former friend of Snake Eyes and the Young Master of the Arashikage Clan
  • Solo story featuring Snake-Eyes, told without any text or dialogue
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  • 1st full appearance of Black Crow, a Native American man, bound to a wheelchair whose body is taken over by an Earth spirit to serve as a protector
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  • Cover art inspired by Superman #243
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  • 1st team appearance of Vanguard: Anti-Matterman, Black Nebula, Drone, Scanner, Solaar and White Dwarf
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  • Origin of Jason Todd
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  • Reprint of The Spectacular Spider-Man #26 (1979)
  • Distributed through the JC Penney department store catalog
  • Reprint can be identified by the Spider-Man 30th Anniversary logo in the UPC box and an X-Men advertisement on the back cover
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Argus
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  • 2nd appearance of Hitman
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  • 1st appearance of Storm Shadow, a former friend of Snake Eyes and the Young Master of the Arashikage Clan
  • Solo story featuring Snake-Eyes, told without any text or dialogue
  • Reprint of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #21 (1984)
  • Distributed in action figure three-packs that included Snake-Eyes, Storm Shadow and a red ninja Viper