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Bondage Covers I

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  • 1st cover appearance of Lois Lane
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Stan Lee
  • Two-page text story with a couple of illustrations by Kirby
  • 3rd appearance of Captain America
  • 3rd appearance of Bucky Barnes
  • 2nd appearance of the Red Skull, George Maxon
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  • Cover art by L.B. Cole
  • Record-breaking sale of $263,000 [CBCS 9.2] in a 2017 auction crowning it the most valuable non-superhero comic that exists
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  • Classic cover art by Paul Gattuso depicting a damsel in distress
  • Cover appearance by the Black Dwarf, Shorty Wilson
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  • 2nd team appearance of the All Winners Squad
  • 1st appearance of Madame Death
  • 1st appearance of Future Man
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  • Cover art by Jack Kamen depicting bondage
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  • Cover art by Jack Kamen depicting bondage
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  • Classic cover art by Alex Schomburg
  • Robot is thought to have been the inspiration for Futurama's Bender, a theory unconfirmed by series creator Matt Groening
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  • Cover art by Jack Kamen depicting bondage
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  • Cover art by Matt Baker
  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: Wertham writes of the cover art, 'sexual stimulation by combining Headlights with the sadist's dream of tying up a woman' (headlights a reference to her breasts)
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  • Bondage cover
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: implication that the United States tests biological weapons on African natives (reprinted story from Rulah the Jungle Goddess #21)
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: a doctor creates a Frankenstein monster from the dismembered body parts of murdered women
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  • Classic cover art by Johnny Craig
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  • 1st full Vampirella feature that began to develop her character, written by Archie Goodwin
  • *previous issues had Vampirella mainly in short stories or acting as the host, providing introductions and closing commentary
  • 1st appearance of Adam Van Helsing, a vampire hunter
  • 1st appearance of Conrad Van Helsing, a vampire hunter and the father of Adam
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  • 1st appearance of The Scorpion, an immortal who changed his identity to suit the times
  • *Chaykin would later bring the character to Marvel as Dominic Fortune
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  • $0.35 price variant
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  • Bondage cover
  • 1st printing displays a $2.00 cover price
  • * cover image is censored
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  • Classic cover art by Brian Bolland
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  • Contains the first reprint of a 1945 story by Charles Quinlan featuring Miss Victory