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  • 1st appearance of Doctor Phosphorus, a villain who is perpetually on fire after being exposed to massive amounts of radiation
  • 1st appearance of Rupert Thorne, a corrupt politician
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  • 1st appearance of Silver St. Cloud Cover art by Jim Aparo
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  • 1st appearance of The Hunter, Beilert Valance
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  • Oversized annual with a story that depicts Darth Vader and Anakin Skywalker as separate characters
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  • 88-page, black and white one-shot collecting back-up stories from Detective Comics #437 - #443 featuring Manhunter
  • Won a best feature length story award from the Academy of Comic Book Arts
  • Original retail price: $8.50
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  • A 68-page adaptation of the 1978 film Alien with illustrated panels mirroring many of the shots in the movie
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  • 1st and only appearance of Helen Taylor, the first female Nova
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  • 2nd appearance of Terrax
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  • Classic story written by Len Wein featuring the Joker "Dreadful Birthday, Dear Joker…"
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  • 1st appearance of the fourth Dr. Who in U.S. comic books
  • *UK stories reprinted
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  • Death of Jedidiah
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  • 1st full appearance of IG-88, an android bounty hunter
  • Cameos of Dengar, Bossk and 4-Lom
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  • 1st appearance of Speed Demon (formerly The Whizzer)
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  • 1st appearance of Shira Brie, later becomes Lumiya - Dark Lady of the Sith
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  • 1st appearance of Wald and Hanc Thorben, members of Rogue squadron
  • 1st appearance of Admiral Mila Giel
  • Origin of Shira Brie
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  • 1st crossover of the Uncanny X-Men and the Teen Titans
  • Wraparound cover art by Walt Simonson
  • 1st appearance of the Source Wall, a final barrier between the Multiverse and a cosmic phenomenon that is the delta of existence
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  • Rogue joins the X-Men
  • Debut of Illyana Rasputin's Soulsword
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  • Preview appearance of Beta Ray Bill
  • Spider-Ham advertisement on back cover
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  • 1st appearance of Beta Ray Bill, a Korbinite alien worthy of picking up Mjolnir
  • [November 2017 - a sculpture of Beta Ray Bill's head adorns the Grandmaster's Tower in Thor Ragnarok adding credibility to the rumor he'll appear in GotG 3 or Thor 4]
  • ⭐NEWSD: 9.8 sold for $980
  • ⭐DIRECT: 9.8 sold for $850
  • 🌟DIFFER: $130 (15%)
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  • 75 cent Canadian price variant
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  • 1st appearance of Beta Ray Bill
  • 4-page interior Mark Jewelers advertisement, printed on paper stock and bound into the centerfold
  • Distributed to stores near military bases or on-site
  • Approximately only 5% of the print run included these advertisements
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  • 2nd appearance and origin of Beta Ray Bill
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  • 1st unofficial first appearance of Jason Todd in the original Robin costume, without Batman's permission
  • Appearances prior to this issue and in the first few pages, Jason Todd appears as a young man with red hair. Once he assumes the Robin costume, his hair color becomes black. In Batman and Robin #5 December 2009, Jason Todd explains that Bruce Wayne made him dye his hair black
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Beta Ray Bill's hammer, Stormbreaker
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  • Crossover appearance of Superman as Clark Kent
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  • Death of Fafnir
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  • 1st appearance of Malekith the Accursed
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  • 1st appearance of the Casket of Ancient Winters
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  • 1st appearance of Algrim, a Dark Elf who later becomes Kurse
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  • Origin of the Odinforce, the combined power of Odin and his two deceased brothers, Vili and Ve
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  • Buri, Thor's Grandfather, appears as Tiwaz
  • Tiwaz is one of few who can lift Mjolnir
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  • Death of Megatak
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Phastos, an Eternal
  • 1st appearance of Karygmax, a Deviant
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  • 1st appearance of Ahqlau, Ranar and Ghaur, members of the Deviant race
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  • Death of Executioner (exists in Valhalla)
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  • 1st full appearance of Kurse
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  • Thor is transformed into a frog, final panel
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  • 1st appearance of Rusty Collins and Cameron Hodge
  • 2nd cameo appearance of Cable as a baby
  • 1st team appearance of X-Factor: Cyclops, Jean Grey, Beast, Iceman, Angel
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  • Thor is transformed into a frog in the previous issue and spends the entire issue as an amphibian
  • 1st appearance of Puddlegulp (Simon Walterson), later wields a hammer named Frogjolnir as Throg
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  • 1st full appearance of Thor, Frog of Thunder, after he wielding a shard of Mjolnir
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  • 1st appearance of Justice Peace, an enforcer employed by the Time Variance Authority
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  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
  • 2nd full appearance of Apocalypse
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  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
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  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
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  • 1st appearance of Autumn Rolfson (becomes Famine)
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  • Angel's wings amputated
  • 1st partial team appearance of the Horsemen of Apocalypse: War, Famine, Pestilence
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  • Dazzler joins the X-Men
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  • 1st appearance of Rictor, a Mexican mutant with the ability to generate seismic energy
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  • Death of Midgard Serpent
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  • 2nd cover appearance of Apocalypse
  • 1st team cover appearance of the Horsemen of Apocalypse
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Angel as Death, a Horseman of Apocalypse
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  • 2nd cameo appearance of Angel as Death, a Horseman of Apocalypse
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  • 1st full appearance of Angel as the Horseman Death, later becomes Archangel (X-Factor #38 - named by Beast)
  • 1st full team appearance of the Horsemen of Apocalypse: Death, Famine, War, Pestilence
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  • 1st cover appearance of Angel as the Horseman, Death
  • *in X-Factor #38, Beast gives Warren Worthington III the new codename Archangel
  • *Worthington appears in full as Archangel in X-Factor #23 and in multiple cameos leading up to the issue
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  • 3rd appearance of Angel as the Horseman Death
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  • New costume design X-Factor
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  • 1st appearance of Infectia
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Nanny, an inventor contained in one of her own cybernetic designs
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Orphan Maker
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  • 1st appearance of Sapphire Styx, a psychic vampire
  • 1st appearance of Kkallakku, a Fear Lord
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  • 1st full appearance of Orphan Maker
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  • Death of Cameron Hodge
  • 1st full appearance of Nanny
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  • Origin of Cyclops
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  • Origin and death of the Goblin Queen aka Madelyne Pryor
  • Warren Worthington, formerly Angel becomes Archangel, named by Beast
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  • 1st appearance of Alchemy
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  • 1st appearance of Madman
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  • 1st appearance of the Riot Squad: Jailbait, Ogress and Hotshot
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  • 1st cameo appearance of the Time Variance Authority (tap cover and swipe for image - this function only works on the mobile app)
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  • 2nd cameo appearance of the TVA (corporate office)
  • 1st team appearance of the Minutemen, the TVA police force
  • *confirmed to appear in the Loki TV series on Disney+
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  • 1st appearance of Mobius M. Mobius, the Chairman of the TVA
  • Fantastic Four #352 has one panel that shows a Mobius clone but does not provide the name of the character
  • 1st cover appearance of Mobius, direct edition only, in UPC box (credit: Comic Barricade comic stabilizers)
  • [December 2020 - Owen Wilson’s character is confirmed as Mobius M. Mobius]
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  • 1st appearance of Casey, a train conductor
  • [February 2020 - a casting grid for the Loki TV series references a character named Casey, an intern. The character that appears in this issue is not an intern but his name is Casey. There is no confirmation or any evidence that the two characters are the same]
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  • 96-page trade paperback written by Frank Miller
  • Four-issue series spawned a video game
  • Exclusive edition produced by Diamond Comic Distributors included three card-stock character cut-out inserts
  • Original cover price: $12.99
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  • 1st team appearance of Shadowpact (unnamed): Jim Rook (Nightmaster), Blue Devil, Detective Chimp, Enchantress, Nightshade and Ragman
  • *named Shadowpact in 'Day of Vengeance' #4
  • Jean Loring becomes Eclipso
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  • 1st mention of the team name, Shadowpact: Jim Rook (Nightmaster), Blue Devil, Detective Chimp, Enchantress, Nightshade and Ragman
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  • Reprint of Beta Ray Bill's first appearance
  • Packaged with Marvel Legends Beta Ray Bill action figure
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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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  • Variant cover art by Walt Simonson (1:50)
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  • Variant cover art by Walt Simonson (1:50)
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  • Variant cover art by Walt Simonson
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Star Wars #16 $2 $8 $25
Star Wars Annual #1 $2 $8 $20
Manhunter #1 $9 $30 $85
Alien: The Illustrated Story #1 $10 $30 $95
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Fantastic Four #212 $1 $2 $10
Batman #321 $2 $8 $18
Marvel Premiere #57 $3 $9 $25
Star Wars #49 $1 $3 $12
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Amazing Spider-Man #222 $1 $3 $7
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Marvel Age #6 $2 $8 $25
Thor #337 $20 $80 $225
Thor #337 Variant $10 $40 $125
Thor #337 Mark Jewelers $30 $90 $325
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Batman #366 $3 $8 $20
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Incredible Hulk #364 $1 $2 $3
Incredible Hulk #366 $1 $2 $6
Fantastic Four #346 $1 $2 $4
Fantastic Four #352 $1 $2 $5
Fantastic Four #353 $2 $8 $25
Fantastic Four #354 $1 $2 $4
RoboCop versus Terminator #TPB $5 $15 $50
Day of Vengeance #1 $1 $2 $3
Day of Vengeance #4 $1 $2 $3
Thor #337 Reprint $3 $9 $30
Detective Comics #866 Variant $4 $12 $45
Venom #13 Variant $15 $45 $120
Thor: God of Thunder #13 Variant $3 $9 $30
Savage Dragon #1 Variant $1 $2 $10
Beta Ray Bill #1 Variant $0 $0 $0