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Comic book characters or series that were first introduced in movies or on TV  🗝 For All Featured Categories Tap CATEGORIES 🎤 Subscribe for $1.99

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  • Adaptation of the 1991 film 'Hook'
  • Marvel released three publications of this adaptation, all within a week of one another and in the following order: Magazine, the Softcover Trade Paperback then the standard comic book issue #1 in a four-part series
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  • Variant photo cover
  • Prelude to the 2010 vampire film 'Let Me In'
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  • Origin of Mr. Freeze
  • 1st full appearance of Nora Fries in a comic book
  • Nora Fries debuted in 'Batman: The Animated Series'
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  • 1st appearance of Terry McGinnis in a comic book
  • It is important to be aware of the differences between several editions of this book that exist
  • Direct Edition - as seen in the image with DIRECT EDITION printed in the UPC box
  • Newsstand Edition - UPC box in the lower-left corner, dated March 1999 with an original retail price of $1.99
  • Promotional Edition - 'FREE Special Origin Issue' printed below the DC logo with a white rectangle in the lower-left corner intended for stores to stamp their logo. Dated June 1999 with a Jell-O advertisement on the back cover
  • Six Flags Promotional Edition - displays a Six Flags amusement park logo printed in the white rectangle. Dated October 1999 with a PlayStation advertisement on the back cover
  • Third Printing Promotional Edition - dated July 2000 with a Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker DVD advertisement on the back cover
  • [November 2020 - it is rumored that Warner Bros. is interested in Timothée Chalamet for the role of Terry McGinnis for a Batman Beyond project. There is also speculation that Michael Keaton will reprise his role as an elder Bruce Wayne mentoring Terry McGinnis]
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  • 1st appearance of X-23, Laura Kinney
  • Laura Kinney debuted in the animated series X-Men: Evolution (2003)
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  • Official adaptation of the 2010 Predators film
  • Cover is a promotional image from Twentieth Century Fox
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  • Continuation of Johnny's Story from the Karate Kid
  • First aired as a serialized show on YouTube before Netflix acquisition which launched it into being the #1 watched show in America (August 2020)
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  • One-shot original story featuring Snake Plissken from the 1981 movie Escape From New York
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  • Movie prop created for the Steven Spielberg film 'Empire of the Sun'
  • Interior consists of four original pages of art and the remaining pages are from Superman #432
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  • Prequel of the 1986 Highlander film starring Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery
  • [June 2020 - the director of John Wick confirms a new Highlander movie is in-development]
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  • 1st appearance of Synapse
  • 1st appearance of the Shredded Man
  • Cameo of Bubbles and Jules from Trailer Park Boys
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  • Origin of Kurgan, the nemesis of Connor MacLeod
  • Based on characters from the 1986 movie 'Highlander'
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  • 16-page promotional giveaway from Diamond Comics Distributors and 20th Century Fox
  • *value unknown
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  • Variant cover art by Doug Chiang
  • Recreation of the 'Back to the Future II' movie prop 'Gray's Sports Almanac'
  • Distributed by ZBox, a website and mystery box subscriptions service
  • ✅ This series launched on 10/21/2015 which was the date in the future that Doc and Marty traveled to in Back to the Future II
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  • Adaptation of the partially live-action/animated movie starring Michael Jordan and Looney Tunes characters
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  • 1st appearance of Steve Austin, the Six Million Dollar Man in comic books
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  • Premiere issue of the first Silver Age Green Hornet title
  • Based off of the 1966 TV show
  • Photo cover with Van Williams and Bruce Lee
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  • One-shot special featuring characters from the 1989-1993 NBC series
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  • 1st appearance of Indiana Jones in a comic book
  • Adaptation of the 1981 film
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  • Premiere issue of the second Gargoyles comic series based on the cartoon from the 90s
  • *copies ordered by retailers: 7,539
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  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee (1:25)
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  • First artwork in comics by Mike Deodato Jr.
  • Adaptation of the 1987 CBS pilot script, written and produced by George R.R. Martin
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  • Variant cover art by Brian Level (1:20)
  • Origin of Jax Teller
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  • Comic book adaptation of the television show of the same name
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  • Prop comic from the NBC television series 'Heroes' (2006-2010)
  • Interior pages feature art by Tim Sale and a biography of the fictional character, Isaac Mendez
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  • 1st cameo appearance of John Diggle, not in comic continuity
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  • 1st appearance of Captain Planet and the Planeteers in comic books
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  • Premiere issue of a series that connects the movie '28 Days Later' with the sequel '28 Weeks Later'
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  • One-shot comic book based off of the children's television show which was an adaptation of a Japanese television series called Kamen Rider Black RX
  • Cameo appearance of the Power Rangers
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  • 1st appearance of Zorro in comic books, officially
  • *unlicensed appearance in Hit Comics #55 (1948) without attribution to the creator, Johnston McCulley
  • Titled 'The Mark of Zorro,’ the same as the 1920s silent film
  • *both movie and comic were adaptations of the first Zorro novella, 'The Curse of Capistrano'

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