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  • Appearance of President John F. Kennedy who had been assassinated days before the issue went on sale
  • the mystery masquerader on the cover is JFK in disguise to help Superman conceal his identity
  • Appearance of President John F. Kennedy who had been assassinated days before the issue went on sale
  • the mystery masquerader on the cover is JFK in disguise to help Superman conceal his identity
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  • 1st appearance of Creech, a rogue government experiment created from hundreds of aborted fetuses
  • 1st appearance of Creech, a rogue government experiment created from hundreds of aborted fetuses
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  • Parody of Charlie Brown that describes the main character as a blockheaded, wishy-washy killing machine
  • One-shot that collects 'A Peanut Scorned,' a story first printed throughout the four-issue series 'Deep Fried' (2001)
  • Includes an original story titled 'A Weapon Brown Christmas'
  • ⚠ This issue is 'Print On Demand' on indyplanet.com
  • Parody of Charlie Brown that describes the main character as a blockheaded, wishy-washy killing machine
  • One-shot that collects 'A Peanut Scorned,' a story first printed throughout the four-issue series 'Deep Fried' (2001)
  • Includes an original story titled 'A Weapon Brown Christmas'
  • ⚠ This issue is 'Print On Demand' on indyplanet.com
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  • 96-page preview of a project to recreate the entire first series of Akira (1988-1996), panel-by-panel, replacing the original characters with the cast of The Simpsons
  • 768 artists contributed five pages of art to complete Bartkira which can be read in its entirety at bartkira.com
  • This softcover edition and a hardcover edition are the only printed offerings of Bartkira that were produced
  • 96-page preview of a project to recreate the entire first series of Akira (1988-1996), panel-by-panel, replacing the original characters with the cast of The Simpsons
  • 768 artists contributed five pages of art to complete Bartkira which can be read in its entirety at bartkira.com
  • This softcover edition and a hardcover edition are the only printed offerings of Bartkira that were produced
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  • 1st appearance of Nightcat, a character developed by Stan Lee intended to have real world synergy in the music industry
  • The real world counterpart of Nightcat was named Jacqueline Tavarez who released an album in 1991 titled 'Nightcat: #1 House Rule' but failed to place on music charts
  • Marvel quickly abandoned the concept to which Tavarez claimed was because of her involvement as a dancer in a music video produced by Joey Buttafuoco
  • 1st appearance of Nightcat, a character developed by Stan Lee intended to have real world synergy in the music industry
  • The real world counterpart of Nightcat was named Jacqueline Tavarez who released an album in 1991 titled 'Nightcat: #1 House Rule' but failed to place on music charts
  • Marvel quickly abandoned the concept to which Tavarez claimed was because of her involvement as a dancer in a music video produced by Joey Buttafuoco
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  • Origin of Catwoman, specifically incredibly violent events that transpired in her childhood that included alcohol-related domestic abuse, her mother's suicide and her sister's death in a fire - much of it depicted through illustrations
  • Catwoman's origin has since changed with the introduction of her sister in the 2018 series
  • Origin of Catwoman, specifically incredibly violent events that transpired in her childhood that included alcohol-related domestic abuse, her mother's suicide and her sister's death in a fire - much of it depicted through illustrations
  • Catwoman's origin has since changed with the introduction of her sister in the 2018 series
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  • Superboy spanking cover
  • Superboy spanking cover
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  • Nightwing from the future embraces evil and becomes Deathwing, dons a plunging V-neck costume that exposes pierced nipple (tap cover and swipe to view - mobile app only)
  • Nightwing from the future embraces evil and becomes Deathwing, dons a plunging V-neck costume that exposes pierced nipple (tap cover and swipe to view - mobile app only)
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  • Second printing, blue tint
  • An independently-published magazine produced by fans but authorized by Marvel Comics
  • Included interviews, features of upcoming projects, character bios and comic strips
  • It is said that this second printing was reproduced after editor Mark Evanier left the company which infuriated the existing editor who removed all mentions of Evanier from the publication
  • Value unknown
  • Second printing, blue tint
  • An independently-published magazine produced by fans but authorized by Marvel Comics
  • Included interviews, features of upcoming projects, character bios and comic strips
  • It is said that this second printing was reproduced after editor Mark Evanier left the company which infuriated the existing editor who removed all mentions of Evanier from the publication
  • Value unknown
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  • Black Panther briefly changes his name to Black Leopard because at the time, the Black Panther Party had become increasingly radical in their activism
  • Black Panther briefly changes his name to Black Leopard because at the time, the Black Panther Party had become increasingly radical in their activism
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  • 'The Santa Contract' written by Garth Ennis using the rhythmic structure of a holiday poem
  • Violent story about an irradiated nuclear plant worker who goes on a killing spree dressed as Santa Claus
  • 'The Santa Contract' written by Garth Ennis using the rhythmic structure of a holiday poem
  • Violent story about an irradiated nuclear plant worker who goes on a killing spree dressed as Santa Claus
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  • Classic story where Luke Cage storms Doctor Doom's castle to collect $200 that he is owed for tracking down some missing robots
  • Classic story where Luke Cage storms Doctor Doom's castle to collect $200 that he is owed for tracking down some missing robots
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  • 1st appearance of Heavy Flo, a villain who can eject high-pressured female bodily fluids against an enemy
  • 1st appearance of Heavy Flo, a villain who can eject high-pressured female bodily fluids against an enemy
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  • One-shot that teams up Lex Luthor and Porky Pig
  • One-shot that teams up Lex Luthor and Porky Pig
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  • Classic cover art by Al Feldstein
  • Drug abuse cover
  • Classic cover art by Al Feldstein
  • Drug abuse cover
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  • 1st appearance of the Mandrill, a mutant with the ability to control women with pheromones
  • 1st appearance of the Mandrill, a mutant with the ability to control women with pheromones
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  • To perform a magic ritual that will temporarily hone his abilities, John Constantine uses mortar and pestle to create a fine powder from the bones of Saint Nicholas of Myrna, the inspiration behind Santa Claus
  • 'Looks like its gonna be a White Christmas after all,' says Constantine before using a straw to snort the bone dust of the Saint
  • To perform a magic ritual that will temporarily hone his abilities, John Constantine uses mortar and pestle to create a fine powder from the bones of Saint Nicholas of Myrna, the inspiration behind Santa Claus
  • 'Looks like its gonna be a White Christmas after all,' says Constantine before using a straw to snort the bone dust of the Saint
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  • Limited to 1,000 copies although there is a much rarer, earlier printing that was handed out at SDCC in 1998 with no price on the cover
  • Created and self-published by David Choe, an artist who is known for his street-art influenced work appearing in urban settings
  • In the early days of Facebook, Choe was commissioned to paint murals on the interior walls of their Silicone Valley office and though he thought the company would fail, he accepted stock in lieu of cash that earned him $200 million, seven years later
  • Limited to 1,000 copies although there is a much rarer, earlier printing that was handed out at SDCC in 1998 with no price on the cover
  • Created and self-published by David Choe, an artist who is known for his street-art influenced work appearing in urban settings
  • In the early days of Facebook, Choe was commissioned to paint murals on the interior walls of their Silicone Valley office and though he thought the company would fail, he accepted stock in lieu of cash that earned him $200 million, seven years later
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  • Hardcover graphic novel commissioned by television writer and convicted murderer Blake Leibel whose gruesome comic book panels mirrored the crime scene of his real life victim, his girlfriend
  • Hardcover graphic novel commissioned by television writer and convicted murderer Blake Leibel whose gruesome comic book panels mirrored the crime scene of his real life victim, his girlfriend
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  • 1st appearance of Fantomah, the first female superhero in comic books
  • Though achieving early success in comics, Hanks inexplicably quit the industry in 1941
  • Similarly strange, Hanks was found deceased in 1976, sitting on a park bench
  • 1st appearance of Fantomah, the first female superhero in comic books
  • Though achieving early success in comics, Hanks inexplicably quit the industry in 1941
  • Similarly strange, Hanks was found deceased in 1976, sitting on a park bench
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  • 12-page promotional mini-comic produced by Marvel for Combos Stuffed Snacks
  • Measures 4 inches x 5.75 inches
  • 1st appearance and origin of Combo Man, a college student who gained superpowers after being bombarded with radiation while carrying comic books and Combos
  • The character is comprised of:
  • The Incredible Hulk's hair
  • Cyclops' visor
  • Iron Man's faceplate
  • Magneto's cape
  • Upper part of Punisher chest emblem
  • Lower part of Captain America's chest emblem
  • Sabretooth's biceps
  • Daredevil's forearms (armored)
  • Carnage's arms
  • Spider-Man's hands
  • The Human Torch's knees
  • Silver Surfer's calves
  • Second and final appearance in Ziggy Pig-Silly Seal #1 (2019)
  • 12-page promotional mini-comic produced by Marvel for Combos Stuffed Snacks
  • Measures 4 inches x 5.75 inches
  • 1st appearance and origin of Combo Man, a college student who gained superpowers after being bombarded with radiation while carrying comic books and Combos
  • The character is comprised of:
  • The Incredible Hulk's hair
  • Cyclops' visor
  • Iron Man's faceplate
  • Magneto's cape
  • Upper part of Punisher chest emblem
  • Lower part of Captain America's chest emblem
  • Sabretooth's biceps
  • Daredevil's forearms (armored)
  • Carnage's arms
  • Spider-Man's hands
  • The Human Torch's knees
  • Silver Surfer's calves
  • Second and final appearance in Ziggy Pig-Silly Seal #1 (2019)
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  • Battle of Wolverine and The Punisher in a story called 'Vertical Challenge' by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, creators of The Boys
  • Two-issue arc with sequences of gratuitous violence where Wolverine takes a shotgun blast to the face that exposes the entirety of his adamantium skull
  • The Punisher then incapacitated Logan with a close-range shot to the genitalia and assured him that they’d grow back
  • Battle of Wolverine and The Punisher in a story called 'Vertical Challenge' by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, creators of The Boys
  • Two-issue arc with sequences of gratuitous violence where Wolverine takes a shotgun blast to the face that exposes the entirety of his adamantium skull
  • The Punisher then incapacitated Logan with a close-range shot to the genitalia and assured him that they’d grow back
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  • 1st appearance of Armless Tiger Man, a man who lost his arms during a machine accident and eventually became a cannibal
  • 1st appearance of Armless Tiger Man, a man who lost his arms during a machine accident and eventually became a cannibal
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  • Series centers on alternate outcomes of known Star Wars stories along the lines of Marvel's 'What If...?' and DC's 'Elseworlds'
  • Appearance of Darth Vader in a white version of his suit to symbolize his redemption from the dark side
  • Series centers on alternate outcomes of known Star Wars stories along the lines of Marvel's 'What If...?' and DC's 'Elseworlds'
  • Appearance of Darth Vader in a white version of his suit to symbolize his redemption from the dark side
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  • In the story, 'The Main Event' the Incredible Hulk challenges Hulk Hogan for the use of the name Hulk in what appears to be an unfriendly commentary from Marvel (courtesy of Peter David) aimed at Hogan
  • After handling Hogan, the Hulk says, “Any other of you clowns want to swipe a name you don’t deserve just to get ahead?”
  • In the story, 'The Main Event' the Incredible Hulk challenges Hulk Hogan for the use of the name Hulk in what appears to be an unfriendly commentary from Marvel (courtesy of Peter David) aimed at Hogan
  • After handling Hogan, the Hulk says, “Any other of you clowns want to swipe a name you don’t deserve just to get ahead?”
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  • After every inch of the Punisher's face is horribly disfigured by Jigsaw, he undergoes a skin graft and wakes up five days later as a black man
  • In issue #62, while engaged in a fight, the Punisher's doctor notices that his 'treatment' is wearing off, revealing a fully restored, unscarred face. The name of the story is 'Fade To...White'
  • After every inch of the Punisher's face is horribly disfigured by Jigsaw, he undergoes a skin graft and wakes up five days later as a black man
  • In issue #62, while engaged in a fight, the Punisher's doctor notices that his 'treatment' is wearing off, revealing a fully restored, unscarred face. The name of the story is 'Fade To...White'
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  • Variant cover art by Jennifer Parks
  • Variant cover art by Jennifer Parks
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  • Ethan Edwards becomes Virtue
  • The Absorbing Man is tricked into becoming cocaine. He is then hit with high-powered fans and blown into powder that is packaged up for a major drug haul
  • Ethan Edwards becomes Virtue
  • The Absorbing Man is tricked into becoming cocaine. He is then hit with high-powered fans and blown into powder that is packaged up for a major drug haul
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  • 40-page printer's proof of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (1984)
  • A printer's proof is a sample that is printed to examine the correctness of the issue before printing the entire run
  • This one-of-a-kind, historical proof was found in a small print shop in Biddeford, Maine a few years after the publication of issue #1, after the Turtles had already exploded in popularity
  • The men who found it traded it to Downeast Comics which operated between the years of 1986 - 1994, in Brunswick, Maine
  • The owner paid for the proof with store stock and held onto it before auctioning it on Comic Link in 2020 for $12,472 with 77 bids
  • 40-page printer's proof of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (1984)
  • A printer's proof is a sample that is printed to examine the correctness of the issue before printing the entire run
  • This one-of-a-kind, historical proof was found in a small print shop in Biddeford, Maine a few years after the publication of issue #1, after the Turtles had already exploded in popularity
  • The men who found it traded it to Downeast Comics which operated between the years of 1986 - 1994, in Brunswick, Maine
  • The owner paid for the proof with store stock and held onto it before auctioning it on Comic Link in 2020 for $12,472 with 77 bids
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  • Mature-themed pulp comic with panels of explicit violence
  • The story features an NWA-type group called Gangsta Rap Posse and follows their exploits in depravity in a morally corrupt world
  • Mature-themed pulp comic with panels of explicit violence
  • The story features an NWA-type group called Gangsta Rap Posse and follows their exploits in depravity in a morally corrupt world
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  • Reported by Graeme McMillan from The Hollywood Reporter: Retailer preview that includes an essay by Mark Waid overlaying a Captain America page that is critical toward American politics
  • Marvel has elected to remove political commentary from #1000 but the decision was made after the retailer preview was shipped
  • it is not clear if any of these made it to the market
  • Reported by Graeme McMillan from The Hollywood Reporter: Retailer preview that includes an essay by Mark Waid overlaying a Captain America page that is critical toward American politics
  • Marvel has elected to remove political commentary from #1000 but the decision was made after the retailer preview was shipped
  • it is not clear if any of these made it to the market
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  • Independently published one-shot by Michael Fiffe (Copra) limited to 300 copies
  • Based upon characters featured in John Ostrander's version of The Suicide Squad (1987)
  • Independently published one-shot by Michael Fiffe (Copra) limited to 300 copies
  • Based upon characters featured in John Ostrander's version of The Suicide Squad (1987)
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  • In 1967, Marvel began rewarding readers who performed a 'meritorious service to the cause of Marveldom' with an empty envelope that contained a 'No-Prize'
  • Readers qualified to receive a 'No-Prize' by pointing out a continuity error, providing an explanation for an error, sharing a creative idea or winning a contest
  • The 'No-Prize' award evolved from a reply to a reader in the letters column of Fantastic Four #22 which caused an influx of letters pointing out any little error and also confusion over not receiving a physical prize from Marvel which led to the distribution of the empty envelopes
  • Although it was Stan Lee who coined the phrase and the idea, later editors continued the tradition into the late 80s
  • In 1967, Marvel began rewarding readers who performed a 'meritorious service to the cause of Marveldom' with an empty envelope that contained a 'No-Prize'
  • Readers qualified to receive a 'No-Prize' by pointing out a continuity error, providing an explanation for an error, sharing a creative idea or winning a contest
  • The 'No-Prize' award evolved from a reply to a reader in the letters column of Fantastic Four #22 which caused an influx of letters pointing out any little error and also confusion over not receiving a physical prize from Marvel which led to the distribution of the empty envelopes
  • Although it was Stan Lee who coined the phrase and the idea, later editors continued the tradition into the late 80s
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  • Classic story 'The Rainbow Batman'
  • Classic story 'The Rainbow Batman'
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  • Variant wraparound cover art by David Angelo Roman, limited to 25 numbered copies (Roman Numerals)
  • Each individual cover was painted on real goat-skin
  • 'Babyteeth' written in Assyrian Aramaic at the bottom
  • Variant wraparound cover art by David Angelo Roman, limited to 25 numbered copies (Roman Numerals)
  • Each individual cover was painted on real goat-skin
  • 'Babyteeth' written in Assyrian Aramaic at the bottom
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  • 1st thermal-reactive ink used on a comic book cover
  • Image encouraged readers to 'Rub The Blood!' to reveal red ink hidden on the cover
  • 1st thermal-reactive ink used on a comic book cover
  • Image encouraged readers to 'Rub The Blood!' to reveal red ink hidden on the cover
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  • 1st appearance of Ben Skywalker, Luke's son
  • Cameo appearance of Indiana Jones who stumbles across the wreckage of the Millennium Falcon when it crashed to Earth years ago
  • 1st appearance of Ben Skywalker, Luke's son
  • Cameo appearance of Indiana Jones who stumbles across the wreckage of the Millennium Falcon when it crashed to Earth years ago
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  • In accordance with the writer Mark Gruenwald's wishes, his cremated ashes were mixed with the ink in the first printing edition of this trade paperback
  • In accordance with the writer Mark Gruenwald's wishes, his cremated ashes were mixed with the ink in the first printing edition of this trade paperback
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  • 2nd appearance of KISS in comics
  • The ink that was used to print the comic is mixed with the blood of the band members
  • 2nd appearance of KISS in comics
  • The ink that was used to print the comic is mixed with the blood of the band members
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Action Comics #309 DC $20 $50 $150
Creech #1 Image $1 $2 $3
Weapon Brown #1 Death Ray Graphics $3 $9 $30
Bartkira #1 Floating World Comics $5 $18 $75
Nightcat #1 Marvel $1 $2 $5
Catwoman #81 DC $1 $2 $3
Superboy #75 DC $15 $60 $200
Team Titans #8 DC $1 $2 $3
Marvelmania Magazine #4 Independent $0 $0 $0
Fantastic Four #119 Marvel $3 $9 $35
Hitman #22 DC $1 $2 $3
Hero for Hire #9 Marvel $5 $15 $50
Savage Dragon #32 Image $1 $2 $3
Lex Luthor / Porky Pig #1 DC $1 $2 $5
Shock Suspenstories #12 EC $180 $600 $1.8k
Shanna the She-Devil #4 Marvel $2 $8 $25
Hellblazer #247 DC Vertigo $1 $2 $3
Slow Jams #1 Independent $85 $200 $500
Syndrome Archaia $8 $25 $75
Jungle Comics #2 Fiction House $145 $680 $3.3k
Combo Man #1 Marvel $4 $12 $40
Punisher, The #16 Marvel Knights $1 $2 $4
Marvel Mystery Comics #26 Timely $575 $1.5k $6.3k
Star Wars: Infinities - Return of the Jedi #4 Dark Horse $1 $2 $3
Marvel Comics Presents #45 Marvel $1 $2 $4
Punisher, The #59 Marvel $1 $2 $4
Thor: God of Thunder #19 Marvel $3 $9 $35
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #16 Marvel $1 $2 $4
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mirage $12.5k $12.5k $12.5k
Gangsta Rap Posse #2 Traditional Comics $5 $15 $50
Marvel Comics #1000 Marvel $0 $0 $0
Deathzone! #1 Independent $60 $130 $600
Marvel No Prize Marvel $10 $30 $100
Detective Comics #241 DC $175 $450 $1.1k
Babyteeth #1 Aftershock $40 $120 $450
Bloodstrike #1 Image $1 $2 $10
Star Wars Tales #19 Dark Horse $4 $12 $45
Squadron Supreme TPB (1997) #1 Marvel $18 $60 $175
Marvel Comics Super Special #1 Marvel $20 $80 $200