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  • First interior art by Todd McFarlane
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  • 1st published artwork for DC Comics by Todd McFarlane
  • One-page pin-up of Infinity Inc with a note from writer Roy Thomas that reads:
  • "we thought you'd like to see a pin-up by newcomer Todd McFarlane (a young Canadian living in the state of Washington) who has volunteered to lend us a very talented hand for an issue or two. Todd's work has appeared in Marvel's Coyote and elsewhere. Enjoy!"
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  • 1st published cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • *this issue went on-sale the same day as Coyote #13 to which Todd contributed a portion of the cover art
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  • First cover art by Todd McFarlane, specifically the image of Scorpio Rose
  • *this issue went on-sale the same day as Infinity Inc. #14
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  • 1st appearance of Mr. Bones, born with invisible skin and sweats cyanide
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  • Origin of Dr. Fate
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  • 1st appearance of Beth Chapel, becomes Doctor Midnight in the next issue
  • 1st appearance of Mekanique, a villain inspired by the silent movie Metropolis
  • Cover and interior art by Todd McFarlane
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  • 1st appearance of Rick Tyler, becomes the second Hourman
  • 1st appearance of Beth Chapel as Dr. Midnight
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  • Death of Thorn
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  • 1st appearance of the second Hourman, Rick Tyler
  • 1st appearance of Beth Chapel as Dr. Midnight, in costume
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  • The Star-Spangled Kid becomes Skyman
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  • Green Fury becomes Green Flame, later becomes Fire
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  • 1st published interior artwork by Todd McFarlane at Marvel (imprint - New Universe)
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  • 1st appearance of the second Icicle (Cameron Mahkent)
  • 1st team appearance of Injustice Unlimited: Tigress, Artemis Crock, Fiddler, Hazard, Icicle, Shade and Wizard
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  • 1st cover art on the Incredible Hulk title by Todd McFarlane
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  • 1st appearance of the intelligent Grey Hulk
  • Peter David begins writing on The Incredible Hulk title
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  • Team-up of the Grey Hulk and the Leader vs Rick Jones as the Green Hulk
  • Interior art by Todd McFarlane
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  • "Year Two" part 2
  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • "Year Two" part 3
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  • "Year Two" part 4
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  • 1st preview appearance of Venom
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  • 1st appearance of Mercy, an alien who killed suicidal people who did not have the constitution to take their own lives
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  • Classic cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • 2nd preview appearance of Venom
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  • Cameo appearance of Eddie Brock, in shadows with the symbiote creeping over his hands
  • 1st cover art by Todd McFarlane on the Amazing Spider-Man title
  • 1st team appearance of the Life Foundation led by Carlton Drake
  • 1st appearance of Carlton Drake who discovered there were 5 symbiote seeds that could be extracted from the Venom symbiote
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  • 2nd cameo appearance of Venom
  • Undervalued book that features a full page cameo of Venom, one of the most famous depictions of the character that was later reproduced as a high-ratio variant in Venom #1 (2016)
  • Scarce Newsstands in 9.8 graded copies valued exponentially higher than this Direct Edition, as high as 6x
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  • 2nd cameo appearance of Venom
  • Despite massive print runs, anything prior to the birth of the Marvel Universe (1960s) is generally pretty scarce. Preservation and collecting had not yet entered the hobby. The organized comic book burnings that went on during the Seduction of the Innocent days decimated the supply of the most popular titles and the sheer amount of time that has passed withered away everything else. Generally, the further back you go, the less copies exist. Even some of the most sought after and therefore searched out comics of all time only count a handful of known copies
  • The CGC census reports just 41 copies of Action Comics #1, 32 of Detective Comics #27 and 30 of Marvel Comics #1.
  • Many books from the 60's and 70's are valuable and some can reach the dizzying heights of the prior era if they are in the right grades but generally they aren't rare. For comparison, here are CGC census numbers for 3 major keys from this era. Amazing Fantasy #15 reports 2,130 copies, X-Men #1 3,552 copies and Incredible Hulk #181 10,695 copies. A major difference in this era that has helped supply, beyond the shorter amount of time in which copies may have become lost or destroyed, was the birth of collecting as we know it today.
  • As the 80's arrived, collecting became a national pastime and the birth of the direct market comic book specialty store helped drive readership and therefore print runs up.
  • The 90's took collecting into overdrive expanding into territory we today call speculation. The Death of Superman created a generation of readers who watched comics become cultural touchstones, sell out immediately and then rapidly appreciate in "value". Many fans reacted by buying multiple copies. Behold comic book FOMO in its infancy. Publishers were all too happy to feed this desire and reacted by churning out FOMO inducing gimmicks and popularized the variant cover. Print runs skyrocketed.
  • Major books from this period are recognizable and sought after by a huge group as awareness was higher here than arguably any other period in comics.
  • Moreover, today's collectors are the perfect age to be at the peak of their nostalgia for this era.
  • Let's round out this tangent with the current era which has seen print runs fall to their smallest numbers ever and seen variants become ubiquitous.
  • Books like Amazing Spider-Man #300, 361 & 365, Incredible Hulk #340, New Mutants #98, Uncanny X-Men #221 & 266, Batman Beyond #1, Batman Adventures #12, even Darkhawk #1 are much beloved by collectors but the large print runs and care with which they were treated from release has meant they are not uncommon in high grades.
  • Even a book like ASM #300 which has one of the best covers in history, is the creative high-water mark for an artistic giant of comics, features a massive first appearance and is arguably the seminal book of the era has still historically underperformed compared to the seminal books of other eras at this point in their timeline.
  • Recently though, collectors began to look at the rarity of these same books at the 9.8 grade with a Newsstand UPC. While Newsstand UPCs are not uncommon in this era in other grades at the 9.8 grade they are incredibly rare and in some cases, virtually ghosts.
  • Newsstand copies in this era were not ordered at the same levels as direct market (comic shop) copies
  • The print run for Amazing Spider-Man #365 was approx. 900,000 copies and the Newsstand percentage during that period was approx. 25%.
  • Newsstand experts put the figure in the same ballpark between 20% and 30% during this period.
  • However, Newsstand orders are different than direct orders. Direct copies are ordered by stores based on confirmed sales and customer interest. These copies are not returnable meaning the stores are stuck with them. Any unsold copies go into back issue bins. This is why comic stores today tend to order fewer copies than they actually think they can sell.
  • Newsstand copies are ordered by the publisher. They chose how many copies to send the newsstands. Those copies are fully returnable. Meaning newsstands are only obligated to put them on their racks for the month of sale and then can rip off the covers and send just those back to avoid being charged for copies not actually sold. This is why so many silver age coverless copies exist. These are remainder copies that had the covers stripped and sent back to avoid being charged for the books but then were sold (at a steep discount) or given away regardless. The percentage of copies remaindered can be anywhere from 50-80%. This give us as little as 45,000 newsstand copies that were sold vs. 675,000 direct market copies. Moreover, distribution, display and browsing practices are very different from direct market systems and most times issues were carelessly handled or read significantly. Ergo the 9.8 copies that exist do so despite the system.
  • As another data point, Heritage Auctions shows zero 9.8 Newsstand copies ever being offered for sale despite records that go back to 2007.
  • All this is educated guesswork though as CGC does not currently break out Newsstand editions making it difficult to accurately pin down numbers.
  • Expect to see 9.8 Newsstands of books from the 80's to the present continue to separate in this way across the board.
  • Be warned that for books from the 80s & 90s, the Newsstand premium is limited to just 9.8 graded copies. We're seeing even 9.6 graded copies show no premium.
  • However, there is an even more pronounced premium and a premium in all grades for books from the modern era where Newsstand print runs were minuscule as most newsstand vendors were no longer stocking comics or out of business completely.
  • Current data places Newsstand print runs at approximately 1-3% of direct market orders for the modern era.
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  • 1st full appearance of Venom
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  • 1st appearance of Rock and Redeemer
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  • 1st full appearance of Venom
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  • Classic cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • $1.00 Canadian price variant
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  • Second printing, identified by 'DC Comics Aren't Just For Kids' in the UPC Box
  • *a third printing also exists and can be identified by the interior copyright information but both copies have the same approximate resale value
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  • Third printing - there is no way to differentiate between the second and third printing except for checking the interior copyright information (indicia)
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  • Cover swipe of Action Comics #1 by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover and interior art by Todd McFarlane featuring Spider-Man versus Taskmaster
  • Kidnapped is misspelled 'Kidnaped' on the tombstone
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  • 1st team appearance of Styx & Stone
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring Mysterio
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  • Battle of Green Goblin vs Hobgoblin
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring The Lizard
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • 1st partial cover appearance of Venom
  • 2nd appearance of Venom
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  • 3rd appearance of Venom
  • 1st full cover appearance of Venom
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  • 4th appearance of Venom
  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • 1st full appearance of Solo, a skilled mercenary who becomes an ally of Spider-Man
  • *recent reports suggest Sony is considering a Solo film or appearance in a film
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  • Classic cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Final art on in Amazing Spider-Man by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Reprint of The X-Men #35 (1967)
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Reprint of Marvel Team-Up #4
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Reprint of Marvel Team-Up #1
  • *9.8 graded copies have sold for $200+
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Reprint of Marvel Team-Up Annual #1
  • *9.8 graded copies have sold for $200+
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  • Promo for Todd McFarlane's Spider-Man #1 (May 1990)
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  • Early Todd McFarlane cover
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Reprint of Marvel Team-Up #150
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Platinum edition
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  • Polybagged with a silver cover
  • Classic cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant second printing gold cover
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  • Second printing with newsstand UPC (barcode), sold at Walmart
  • UPC in lower left corner, gold ink cover (interior page copyright statement reads SECOND PRINTING)
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  • Color error that affects several panels where the Lizard's green skin appears blue
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  • Color error that affects several panels where the Lizard's green skin appears copper
  • One datapoint became available in August for an ungraded copy that sold for $15,000. The seller claimed that only six were known to exist yet posted another for sale in October 2020 with the same description and images but for $10,000 less than the August sale. While this might be legitimate, it is too risky to to approximate values from this situation
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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  • Collects Spider-Man (1990) #1-#5
  • 926 copies distributed mostly to comic shops in the United Kingdom
  • Softcover, shrink-wrapped
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  • First printed image of Spawn in a circulated publication, a comic book solicitation catalog
  • Mailing date: February 3, 1992
  • According to spawnworld.com, only one other image of Spawn is known to exist prior to the mailing of Up 'N Coming #15 and it was the outer sleeve of a VHS tape titled "Stan Lee Presents: The Comic Book Greats" (December 1991), although Spawn was not named or discussed in the video
  • *value unknown
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  • First printed images of Spawn in a U.S. publication
  • Mailing date: February 5, 1992
  • Front page advertisement of Spawn, preceded all comic book advertisements in Malibu comic books that were published between March/April 1992
  • Interior black and white, textless cover art for Spawn #1
  • According to spawnworld.com, only two other images of Spawn are known to exist prior to the mailing of Comics Buyer's Guide #953: the sleeve of a VHS tape titled "Stan Lee Presents: The Comic Book Greats" and a comic book solicitation magazine, Up N' Coming #15 (mailing date: February 3, 1992)
  • *value unknown
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Italian reprint of The Amazing Spider-Man #299 and #300
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Reprinted portions of The Amazing Spider-Man #300, #301 and X-Factor Annual #1
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  • First published images of Spawn in full color
  • Interior pin-up advertisement for Spawn #1 in full color
  • McFarlane reveals details about Spawn in an interior article
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  • First printed image of Spawn in a comic book (according to spawnworld.com)
  • One of two comics published in March 1992 that included the advertisement, the other being Robotech II: The Sentinels #13
  • Earlier images of Spawn have been printed in various catalogs and fanzines among other publications
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  • Incorrectly cited as the first published image of Spawn in an advertisement
  • According to spawnworld.com, the same advertisement appeared in multiple comics that went on-sale in April 1992: Evil Ernie #5, Re-Animator #2, Rocket Ranger #3, Rust #1, The Southern Squadron: Freedom of Information #4, Torg #3
  • In March 1992, one month prior to Rust #1, Spawn advertisements were printed in two comic books: Robotech II The Sentinels #13 and Torg #2
  • Prior to the publication of Robotech II #13 and Torg #2, Spawn appeared in numerous catalogs and fanzines
  • *Character Search "Spawn" for more information on early appearances
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  • Cover appearance and interior images of Spawn
  • Back cover appearance of Spawn
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  • Variant printing error on back cover (see image to the left)
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  • 1st appearance of Spawn
  • 1st appearance of Sam & Twitch
  • 1st appearance of Malebolgia
  • Pin-up of Pitt
  • [August 2020 - McFarlane insists the Spawn movie is going to begin development after COVID restrictions allow. McFarlane also suggests the possibility of an animated series]
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  • Newsstand edition (UPC/barcode)
  • Includes a Spawn pin-up poster
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  • Error edition: manufactured with uneven black ink on the cover
  • Missing black ink in various places
  • *value is for a 9.8 sale from September 20, 2020
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  • Reprint of Spawn #1
  • Reprint of WildC.A.T.S. #1
  • Japanese edition
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  • Early cover appearance of Spawn
  • *Comic Shop News is a free publication, printed on newsprint paper, given away at comic book stores
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  • 1st appearance of Clown, later revealed to be the demon, The Violator
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  • 1st appearance of Cyan Fitzgerald as a child (later becomes Black Mirror as an adult)
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  • 1st appearance of Billy Kincaid, a child predator
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  • 1st appearance of Overtkill
  • 1st appearance of Tony Twist, a character named after a professional hockey player
  • *after a 10 year court battle that initially awarded Twist $24 million dollars but was reversed, the two parties ended up settling out of court for $5 million dollars
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  • 1st appearance of Vindicator, the brother of Violator
  • Origin of Hell, the different levels explained
  • Written by Alan Moore
  • Pin-up by Frank Miller
  • Cover homage of Spider-Man #1 (1990)
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  • 1st appearance of Angela
  • *Angela was later brought into the Marvel Universe as Thor's half sister
  • 1st appearance of Medieval Spawn
  • 1st appearance of Cogliostro
  • Cover homage of Wonder Woman #72
  • [November 2020 - Thor Love and Thunder is looking to cast a strong supporting female character in her 20s-30s being referred to by code name Artemisia]
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  • Reprinted collection of Spawn #1-3 (1992), limited to 1,200 copies
  • Retailer giveaway produced for customers of Capital Distribution, many of which were signed by Todd McFarlane
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  • Newsstand edition
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  • German reprint of Spawn #9, the first appearance of Angela
  • Second printing, off-white, embossed cover
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  • Variant embossed cover
  • Reprint of Spawn #9, printed in German
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  • Unreleased 200-page hardcover collection of Spawn #1 - #12
  • Distributed to employees, family and friends of the McFarlane company
  • *there are eight similar hardcover editions that collect up to issue #96, Curse of Spawn #1- #29 and a mini-series collection which will be added when there is sales data
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  • Death of Al Simmons (flashback)
  • Origin of Spawn, where it is discovered that Chapel was his murderer
  • 1st appearance of Jason Wynn who later becomes the Redeemer
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  • Origin of Chapel's disfigurement at the hands of Spawn
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  • 1st appearance of Tremor
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  • 1st appearance of The Curse, a cult-like leader of vagrants with cybernetic arms
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  • Reprint of G.I.Joe #61 with interior art by Todd McFarlane
  • Cover art inspired by Spider-Man #1 (1990)
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  • Includes a six-page prelude to the story arc "Spawn: Blood Feud" written by Alan Moore
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  • One-shot, standard issue of character bios and accompanying artwork
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  • Reprint of Spawn #1 distributed in Mexico
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Jessica Priest, later becomes She-Spawn
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  • Variant black & white sketch cover by Todd McFarlane
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  • Amazing Spider-Man #300 reprint
  • Chromium wraparound cover
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  • Spider-Man #1 reprint with chromium wrap-around cover
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  • Scarce one-shot that features character biographies from Spawn and Eclipse, a defunct publisher whose properties were purchased by McFarlane in 1996
  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Reprint of Amazing Spider-Man #300 with a chromium cover
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  • Death of Angela, speared through the chest by Malebolgia
  • McFarlane was forced to relinquish the rights to Angela after losing a court case to Neil Gaiman. Gaiman then sold the rights to Angela to Marvel
  • Death of Malebolgia, killed by a rage-fueled Spawn after watching Angela die
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  • Newsstand edition, UPC barcode
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  • 1st team appearance of a Hellspawn Army
  • 1st cameo appearance of Gunslinger Spawn (first full occurred 6 years later)
  • Cameo appearance of an unknown She-Spawn and a few other distinctly different characters that could be developed
  • *copies ordered by retailers: 45, 953
  • *this issue appeared on the Key Collector Spec Deck as an undervalued issue between March 11 and April 3, 2020
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  • Newsstand edition
  • 1st cameo appearance of Gunslinger Spawn
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Scarce, hard-to-find
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  • Variant black and white sketch art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant 3-D reprint of Spawn #1 created for a Todd McFarlane exhibit at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art
  • Includes 3-D glasses attached in the interior
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  • Reprint of The Amazing Spider-Man #300
  • Promotional Niagra Falls giveaway
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  • Death of Al Simmons
  • 1st appearance of Jim Downing, becomes Spawn
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  • Preview of Haunt
  • 14-page SDCC 2009 exclusive sold for $15.00
  • Creative team included Robert Kirkman, Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Ryan Ottley
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  • Reprint of The Incredible Hulk #340 (1988)
  • Distributed through Family Dollar and sold in 3-packs with Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #1 and Marvel Adventures Iron Man #1
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  • Cover connects to a series of five other covers to produce one overall picture
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  • 1st full appearance of Omega Spawn
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  • 336-page hardcover collection of Spawn (2010) #1 - #12
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 963
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  • Remastered sketch cover
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,671
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  • 984-page trade paperback collecting Spawn (1992) #1-50
  • Reprinted in black and white
  • Original retail price: $60
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane inspired by The Savage Dragon #1
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Cover art inspired by Youngblood #1 with Spawn characters replacing the original team
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:50)
  • Youngblood #1 cover swipe
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  • Savage Dragon #1 cover swipe
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  • Copies ordered by retailers 15,801
  • Cover swipe of The Amazing Fantasy #15
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  • Cover homage of The Amazing Spider-Man #316
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  • Cover homage to The Amazing Spider-Man #316
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  • Cover homage of The Walking Dead #1
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  • Cover inspired by The Dark Knight Returns #2
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  • 2012 Election Edition with an alternate ending to the story where Mitt Romney wins the Presidency
  • Cover homage of Watchmen #1
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  • 2012 Election Edition with an alternate ending to the story where Barrack Obama wins the Presidency
  • Cover is an homage of Watchmen #1
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  • Cover art inspired by Watchmen #1
  • 2012 election edition
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  • Cover inspired by The Incredible Hulk #340
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 16,814
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  • Cover homage of The Amazing Spider-Man #300
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  • Cover inspired by The Amazing Spider-Man #300
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  • Cover art inspired by Action Comics #1
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  • Variant black and white cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Cover is an homage of Action Comics #1
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  • Cover homage of The Incredible Hulk Special #
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  • Cover homage of Batman #423
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  • Variant sketch cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Homage to Batman #423
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  • Cover art inspired by Spider-Man #1 (1990) by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant sketch cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:25)
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  • Variant cover art celebrating the 2013 graduating class of Todd McFarlane's alma mater, Eastern Washington University (graduated 1984)
  • Todd McFarlane was a keynote speaker at the 2013 ceremony
  • EWU Grad Special was given to attendees of the post-graduation event 'An Evening with Todd McFarlane'
  • Limited to 400 copies
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 15,701
  • Origin of Spawn's costume, the K-7 Leetha
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  • Origin of Spawn's costume, the K-7 Leetha, concludes
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  • 160-page softcover trade paperback
  • Collects Spawn #111 - #116
  • Original retail price: $14.99
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  • Origin of Bludd, the vampire
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 15,081
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 14,411
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Exclusive cover for an in-store appearance and signing in Littleton, Colorado in 2013
  • *be aware that there is an nearly identical foreign reprint that does not have the text 'TRADESMART' surrounding the border
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  • Origin of the Dead Zone, a place where Heaven and Hell have no influence
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,459 copies
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,369
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  • 160-page trade paperback collecting Spawn #117 - #122
  • Original retail price $14.00
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 921
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  • Third lowest quantity of copies ordered by retailers in the series: 11,827
  • *tied with Spawn #242
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  • Second lowest quantity of copies ordered by retailers in the series: 11,766
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  • Third lowest quantity of copies ordered by retailers in the series: 11,827
  • *tied with Spawn #240
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  • Published and distributed in Germany
  • 110-pages of reprinted stories
  • Cover homage of The Amazing Spider-Man #300
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 11,837
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,090
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,023
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,121
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  • Copies ordered by retailers: 15,927
  • 1st appearance of King Spider
  • Cover art by Erik Larsen and Todd McFarlane
  • Story continues in The Savage Dragon #216
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  • Variant black & white cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:1000)
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  • Print run: 15,400
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  • Cover homage of The Amazing Spider-Man #300
  • Retailer appreciation edition, one per store
  • 25th Anniversary special
  • Silver foil title text
  • Black and white gallery of past Spawn covers illustrated by Todd McFarlane, numbered THX
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  • Remastered variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:1000)
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • 2017 Amazing Comic Con exclusive
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  • Hardcover 25th anniversary 'Vault' edition collects the first seven issues of Spawn in their original artboard form
  • Autographed by Todd McFarlane
  • 1 in 100 included an original McFarlane sketch
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  • Variant remastered cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:1000)
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:500)
  • Remastered from an interior page in Spider-Man #8 (1991)
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  • Variant black and white cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Remastered from an interior page in Spider-Man #8
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  • Printing error: multiple pages printed in color - not recalled
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  • Variant black and white cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Cover is an homage of The Dark Knight #2
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:100)
  • 'Hidden Gem' variant
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  • Cover homage of The Amazing Spider-Man #298
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  • 1st cameo team appearance of The Rapture, Heaven's answer to The Four Horsemen
  • Cover homage of The Amazing Spider-Man #299
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  • Variant cover art by Francesco Mattina
  • SDCC 2019 exclusive, limited to 500 copies
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  • Variant virgin cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant cover art by Daniel Opena
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  • 1st cameo appearance of She-Spawn, final page
  • 72-page milestone issue #300 celebrating 27 years of Spawn
  • The Redeemer becomes The Reaper
  • Interior artwork by Todd McFarlane (the first time since 1995) with Greg Capullo
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  • 1st full appearance of Ninja Spawn
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • ‘Inaugural Signing Day’ exclusive available at the Alamo Drafthouse in Phoenix, AZ (October 26, 2019)
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • ‘Inaugural Signing Day’ exclusive available at a 2019 Alamo event at the Alamo Drafthouse in Phoenix, AZ
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  • Second printing
  • Cover art of #300 without the background
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  • NYCC 2019 silver-foil exclusive limited to 1,500 copies
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  • NYCC 2019 gold-foil exclusive limited to 500 copies
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High $65
  • Third printing
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  • Variant third printing cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Cover art inspired by The Amazing Spider-Man #300
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • 1st cover appearance of She-Spawn, Jessica Priest
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:100)
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  • Fourth printing
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring Gunslinger Spawn
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  • Billy Kincaid returns as Kincaid
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  • Appearance of Gunslinger Spawn
  • 'Back the Comeback' post-lockdown rally cover
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant second printing cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring Ninja Spawn
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  • Variant black and white cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Tribute to Chadwick Boseman
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  • *printed Spawn solicitations initially referenced a new character named Red Meat to appear in Spawn #311 but the creative team wanted to include topical references regarding civil unrest therefore aspects of the intended stories have been removed or shifted to later issues
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Chadwick Boseman memorial edition
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  • Variant remastered cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Obtained through funding the Spawn Masterworks Kickstarter that ended May 8, 2020 and raised nearly $3.5 million dollars from 23,761 backers
  • Green foil cover for contributors who backed the Modern Spawn remastered action figure *Product is finished and is expected to begin shipping (not in stores)
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  • Variant remastered cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Obtained through funding the Spawn Masterworks Kickstarter that ended May 8, 2020 and raised nearly $3.5 million dollars from 23,761 backers
  • Red foil cover for contributors who backed the Classic Spawn remastered action figure
  • *Product is finished and is expected to begin shipping (not in stores)
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  • Variant remastered cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Obtained through funding the Spawn Masterworks Kickstarter that ended May 8, 2020 and raised nearly $3.5 million dollars from 23,761 backers
  • Silver foil, black and white cover for contributors who backed the Artist Proof Spawn remastered action figure *Product is finished and is expected to begin shipping (not in stores)
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:8)
  • Secret variant featuring Ellipses reading 'Cyber Force'
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:8)
  • Secret variant featuring Ellipses reading 'Savage Dragon'
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:8)
  • Secret variant featuring Ellipses reading 'Spawn'
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  • Variant sketch cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:100)
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:8)
  • Secret variant featuring Ellipses reading 'Nowhere Men'
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:8)
  • Secret variant featuring Ellipses reading 'The Walking Dead'
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane (1:8)
  • Secret variant featuring Ellipses reading 'Shadow Hawk'
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Foil edition
  • Retailer ‘Thank You’ edition, one copy sent to stores that met or exceeded issue #1 quantities for issue #3
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • Infinity secret variant with Ellipses reading a copy of Crossover #3 McFarlane variant
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  • Variant cover art by Todd McFarlane
  • 🗝 KEY OF THE WEEK: KEY COLLECTOR COMICS
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  • 1st team appearance of the Chain Gang: Gunslinger, Medieval Spawn, The Reaper, Ninja Spawn