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  • The first known comic book price guide
  • Published in 1965, five years before the first published Overstreet Price Guide
  • Fewer than 50 copies are known to exist
  • A CGC 7.0 graded copy sold in 2020 for $1,229
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  • Comic book adaptation of the 1997 novel by Steve Alten that was made into a film in 2018
  • Print run: 600
  • Meg was published by the Dabel Brothers who specialize in adapting popular intellectual properties for comics including Game of Thrones, True Blood, The Wheel of Time, The Warriors and other well-known movie and TV properties
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  • Variant cover art by Nathan Baertsch, limited to 500 copies
  • Each issue includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity
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  • Variant cover art by Ashley Wood, limited to 1,000 copies
  • 2004 Diamond Retailer Summit giveaway
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  • German reprint of Spawn #9, the first appearance of Angela
  • Second printing, off-white, embossed cover
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  • Cover art featuring the Young Avengers, distributed prior to the publication of Young Avengers #1 (2005)
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  • Variant cover art by Greg Horn
  • 1st Red She-Hulk titled series beginning with this issue and ending with issue #67, formerly titled Hulk from 2008
  • Greg Horn said about the cover, “when I turned in the art with her clothes in tatters the feedback was to make her clothes less tattered”
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  • 288-page set of two hardcover volumes in a slipcase collecting the four-issue JLA/Avengers crossover with additional content
  • Co-published by DC (issues #1 and #3) and Marvel (issues #2 and #4) in 2003
  • Additional content includes: a 64-page compendium comprised of twenty-one penciled pages from a 1983 crossover that was never published
  • Also, detailed character notes written by Kurt Busiek, a George Perez art portfolio and more to commemorate the historic event
  • Original retail price: $75.00
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  • 1st appearance of Pepe the Frog in a printed comic book, previously seen in web and news strip comics
  • Fans were displeased with the widespread use of Pepe's likeness in internet memes and campaigned to reclaim the frog by associating him with racist imagery
  • In 2017, the Anti-Defamation League labeled Pepe the Frog a hate symbol
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  • Variant Pressman Edition
  • Obtained by purchasing the 1992 X-Men board game (manufactured by Pressman) and sending in a voucher included with the game
  • Rarest of the Pressman variants because it was the only one that required a mail-in voucher
  • Distinguishable by the words "Song's End" colored RED and "X-Men" colored GOLD
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  • 1st appearance of Quinlan Vos, a Jedi Master
  • Newsstand Edition, indicated by the barcode
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  • Cover art by J Scott Campbell
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 3,592
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  • Variant cover art by Adam Hughes
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  • Origin of the name 'Wolverine' given to Logan by Native Americans of the Blackfoot tribe and when translated into their language means 'Skunk-Bear'