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Nick's Picks Weekly 53

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  • 1st cover appearance of Marvel Zombies
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  • Variant cover art by Paolo Rivera
  • TV variant depicting illustrations of Charlie Cox as Daredevil and Vincent D'Onofrio as Kingpin
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  • 1st team appearance of Excalibur: Captain Britain, Meggan, Rachel Summers as Phoenix, Kitty Pryde, Lockheed, Nightcrawler
  • Note: there are two first print versions: one is more scarce (pictured) and doesn't display a price on the cover. The other shows a price of $3.25
  • Everything $3.50 and above are later printings
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  • 1st appearance of Galacta, daughter of Galactus
  • Origin of Elsa Bloodstone
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 7,805
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  • Cover art featuring Namora
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 13,205
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  • Origin of Logan, his childhood and emergence of mutant powers
  • 1st appearance of Rose O'Hara, the first love of Wolverine who, like Jean Grey, has red hair
  • Premiere issue a six-issue limited series
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  • Origin of Wolverine, specifically how he came to be called Logan
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  • 16-page preview of the 2006 Halo graphic novel
  • First published comic book adapted from the Halo video game franchise
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  • Collected reprint of The Amazing Spider-Man #30 - #32, the arc that introduces Morlun
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 3,767
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Frankenstein in Marvel Comics, previously appeared in Atlas Comics
  • The Frankenstein character in X-Men #40 was revealed to be an android