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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Jenny Sparks reincarnated as Jenny Quantum,
  • Ultra-violent satire of superheroes by new creative team, Mark Millar and Frank Quitely
  • 1st appearance of Jacob Krigstein (parody of Jack Kirby) creator of The Americans (parody of The Avengers)
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  • 1st appearance of Cassandra Nova, a parasite from the astral plane who replicated the DNA of Charles Xavier while still in utero
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  • 1st appearance of Negasonic Teenage Warhead
  • Destruction of Genosha
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  • 1st appearance of Beak
  • 1st appearance of Glob Herman
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  • 1st team appearance of the Stepford Cuckoos, a product of Weapon XIV, created from Emma Frost's DNA
  • 1st appearance of Angel (Salvadore)
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  • 1st appearance of Dust (Turaab), the first X-Men character who wears an abaya and niqab
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  • Variant wraparound cover art by Frank Quitely
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  • Three-issue limited series about three household pets that are turned into cyborg-like weapons of war
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  • Recalled for printing error that reveals foul language in character dialogues
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  • 1st appearance of Mr. Toad
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Heretic, a clone of Damian Wayne as a fetus
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  • Premiere issue of a mini-series created by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely about the offspring of superheroes living in the shadow of their parents
  • [November 2019 - new showrunner brought aboard]
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  • Variant black and white sketch cover art by Frank Quitely