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  • Violent cover featuring Harley Quinn and Selina Kyle
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 28,663
  • Violent cover featuring Harley Quinn and Selina Kyle
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 28,663
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  • Controversial issue: interactions between Terra and Deathstroke, first established in this issue indicate a sexual relationship despite him being the sixteen-year-old girl's senior by decades
  • This relationship was revisited in the 2016 Deathstroke series with fewer subtleties and addressed when Slade apologizes to Terra aka Tara (tap cover and swipe to view)
  • 1st full cover appearance of Deathstroke, seen in shadows on cover of New Teen Titans #2
  • 1st cameo appearance of Adeline Wilson, in a photo
  • Controversial issue: interactions between Terra and Deathstroke, first established in this issue indicate a sexual relationship despite him being the sixteen-year-old girl's senior by decades
  • This relationship was revisited in the 2016 Deathstroke series with fewer subtleties and addressed when Slade apologizes to Terra aka Tara (tap cover and swipe to view)
  • 1st full cover appearance of Deathstroke, seen in shadows on cover of New Teen Titans #2
  • 1st cameo appearance of Adeline Wilson, in a photo
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  • Controversial issue: criticized for the highly sexualized portrayal of Princess Matoaka, the true name of the indigenous girl nicknamed, Pocahontas whose real life story would be characterized today as tragic, marred by underage exploitation, abuse and trafficking
  • Writer, Jason Aaron made to the following statement to Bleeding Cool:
  • "I made the ill-considered decision to give a character the name of Matoaka, a name most closely associated with the real-life Native American figure, Pocahontas. This new character is a supernatural, thousand-year-old princess of a cursed island within a world of pastiche and dark fantasy and was never intended to be based on anyone from history. I should have better understood the name's true meaning and resonance and recognized it wasn't appropriate to use it. I understand the outrage expressed by those who hold the true Matoaka's legacy dear, and for all of this and the distress it's caused, I apologize. As part of that apology, I've already taken what I was paid for the issue and donated it to the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center. The character's name and appearance will be adjusted for the rest of this mini-series and in all digital and collected editions."
  • Controversial issue: criticized for the highly sexualized portrayal of Princess Matoaka, the true name of the indigenous girl nicknamed, Pocahontas whose real life story would be characterized today as tragic, marred by underage exploitation, abuse and trafficking
  • Writer, Jason Aaron made to the following statement to Bleeding Cool:
  • "I made the ill-considered decision to give a character the name of Matoaka, a name most closely associated with the real-life Native American figure, Pocahontas. This new character is a supernatural, thousand-year-old princess of a cursed island within a world of pastiche and dark fantasy and was never intended to be based on anyone from history. I should have better understood the name's true meaning and resonance and recognized it wasn't appropriate to use it. I understand the outrage expressed by those who hold the true Matoaka's legacy dear, and for all of this and the distress it's caused, I apologize. As part of that apology, I've already taken what I was paid for the issue and donated it to the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center. The character's name and appearance will be adjusted for the rest of this mini-series and in all digital and collected editions."
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  • 116-page, black and white hardcover graphic novel measuring 10 in. x 13 in.
  • Originally written with Batman as the the title character who hunts down Islamic terrorists but re-concepted to a vigilante named the Fixer
  • Controversial upon release in its critical reviews from journalists and industry peers who condemned the story for being absurd, offensive and Islamophobic
  • Original retail price: $29.99
  • 116-page, black and white hardcover graphic novel measuring 10 in. x 13 in.
  • Originally written with Batman as the the title character who hunts down Islamic terrorists but re-concepted to a vigilante named the Fixer
  • Controversial upon release in its critical reviews from journalists and industry peers who condemned the story for being absurd, offensive and Islamophobic
  • Original retail price: $29.99
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  • 1st appearance of Henrietta Hunter, a pop star who obtains powers after returning from the dead
  • Controversial issue: initially the five-part story arc was titled Di Another Day and featured Princess Diana as a mutant who returned from the dead after the August 1997 car accident that took her life. The creators were forced to alter the story and art after the book's solicitations resulted in criticism from British media, the Royal Family and even Elton John
  • (Tap cover and swipe to view original cover art for this issue)
  • 1st appearance of Henrietta Hunter, a pop star who obtains powers after returning from the dead
  • Controversial issue: initially the five-part story arc was titled Di Another Day and featured Princess Diana as a mutant who returned from the dead after the August 1997 car accident that took her life. The creators were forced to alter the story and art after the book's solicitations resulted in criticism from British media, the Royal Family and even Elton John
  • (Tap cover and swipe to view original cover art for this issue)
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  • Controversial issue that caught the attention of Canadian psychologist and author, Dr. Jordan Peterson after fans pointed out similarities between the depiction of Nazi super-villain Red Skull to topics frequently explored by Peterson
  • In the comic, an image shows the Red Skull's lecture topics include: Chaos and Order, The Feminist Trap and Ten Rules For Life, a title similar to Peterson's book 12 Rules For Life
  • Peterson commented on Twitter: Do I really live in a universe where Ta-Nehisi Coates has written a Captain America comic featuring a parody of my ideas as part of the philosophy of the arch villain Red Skull?
  • Controversial issue that caught the attention of Canadian psychologist and author, Dr. Jordan Peterson after fans pointed out similarities between the depiction of Nazi super-villain Red Skull to topics frequently explored by Peterson
  • In the comic, an image shows the Red Skull's lecture topics include: Chaos and Order, The Feminist Trap and Ten Rules For Life, a title similar to Peterson's book 12 Rules For Life
  • Peterson commented on Twitter: Do I really live in a universe where Ta-Nehisi Coates has written a Captain America comic featuring a parody of my ideas as part of the philosophy of the arch villain Red Skull?
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  • Print run: 500 copies, obtained via mail order
  • 36-page black and white pictorial tribute to Heidi Saha, a 14-year-old girl who competed in costume contests as Vampirella and other characters at fan conventions in the early 1970s
  • Controversial publication by Vampirella creator Forest Ackerman due to Saha's age and rumors that she appeared nude in pictures published in this magazine which is untrue
  • Ackerman's descriptions of Heidi are criticized as inappropriate including the following, 'At the present time she neatly distributes 35" 24" 36" into a 5'7" frame weighing 120 lbs. and topped by a heavenly cascade of honey-blonde hair'
  • Heidi's father, Art Saha is credited for coining the term Trekkie to describe fans of Star Trek
  • Print run: 500 copies, obtained via mail order
  • 36-page black and white pictorial tribute to Heidi Saha, a 14-year-old girl who competed in costume contests as Vampirella and other characters at fan conventions in the early 1970s
  • Controversial publication by Vampirella creator Forest Ackerman due to Saha's age and rumors that she appeared nude in pictures published in this magazine which is untrue
  • Ackerman's descriptions of Heidi are criticized as inappropriate including the following, 'At the present time she neatly distributes 35" 24" 36" into a 5'7" frame weighing 120 lbs. and topped by a heavenly cascade of honey-blonde hair'
  • Heidi's father, Art Saha is credited for coining the term Trekkie to describe fans of Star Trek
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  • Topical reference involving the Punisher’s emblem being used by the police and the character's in-story response to the controversy
  • Topical reference involving the Punisher’s emblem being used by the police and the character's in-story response to the controversy
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  • Series about a rift torn open between the Mexico and U.S. border allowing the creatures from Mexican folklore into the world
  • Series canceled after writer was accused of sexual misconduct
  • Series about a rift torn open between the Mexico and U.S. border allowing the creatures from Mexican folklore into the world
  • Series canceled after writer was accused of sexual misconduct
  • One-Shot by Spire Christian Comics
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  • 1st appearance of Egg Fu, a character based on racist stereotypes
  • 1st appearance of Egg Fu, a character based on racist stereotypes
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  • 1st appearance of Dagger Type, a man impersonating Batgirl
  • Controversial issue: criticized for being insulting and portraying transexual or transgender individuals as insane
  • While performing, Dagger Type removes the Batgirl mask causing the stunned audience to refer to the character as "him" and "he" prompting Dagger Type to fire upon the crowd
  • 1st appearance of Dagger Type, a man impersonating Batgirl
  • Controversial issue: criticized for being insulting and portraying transexual or transgender individuals as insane
  • While performing, Dagger Type removes the Batgirl mask causing the stunned audience to refer to the character as "him" and "he" prompting Dagger Type to fire upon the crowd
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  • Controversial cover art by J. Scott Campbell featuring Mary Jane Watson
  • In 2020/2021, an artist caught the attention of J. Scott Campbell after posting to Tumblr a "fixed" rendition of this cover with a less provocative Mary Jane
  • Campbell responded to the criticism with his own revised sketch that pointed out the weaknesses in the Tumblr artist's technique
  • While strongly supported by his fanbase, there was a fair amount of backlash on social media against Campbell's professional assessment of the amateur artist
  • Campbell's revised sketch was listed to eBay and sold for $14,700
  • 100% of the proceeds were donated to Fresh Artists, a charity that nurtures artistic talent in kids
  • Controversial cover art by J. Scott Campbell featuring Mary Jane Watson
  • In 2020/2021, an artist caught the attention of J. Scott Campbell after posting to Tumblr a "fixed" rendition of this cover with a less provocative Mary Jane
  • Campbell responded to the criticism with his own revised sketch that pointed out the weaknesses in the Tumblr artist's technique
  • While strongly supported by his fanbase, there was a fair amount of backlash on social media against Campbell's professional assessment of the amateur artist
  • Campbell's revised sketch was listed to eBay and sold for $14,700
  • 100% of the proceeds were donated to Fresh Artists, a charity that nurtures artistic talent in kids
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  • Controversial issue: hoodlums use anti-Semitic insults while beating up a man
  • Controversial issue: hoodlums use anti-Semitic insults while beating up a man
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  • Controversial issue: received media attention due to a window pane of a shop stenciled with the word 'jewery' instead of jewelry and a Star of David, a Jewish religious symbol
  • Marvel is offering comic shops replacement of the issue because of the error
  • Bennett is being accusations of anti-Semitism and issued an apology stating that it was an unintentional error
  • Controversial issue: received media attention due to a window pane of a shop stenciled with the word 'jewery' instead of jewelry and a Star of David, a Jewish religious symbol
  • Marvel is offering comic shops replacement of the issue because of the error
  • Bennett is being accusations of anti-Semitism and issued an apology stating that it was an unintentional error
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  • Variant cover art by David Finch featuring the retired Mississippi state flag
  • In 2020, Mississippi Legislature voted in favor (91 yes/23 no votes) to replace the flag which has displayed the Confederate battle flag since 1894
  • Variant cover art by David Finch featuring the retired Mississippi state flag
  • In 2020, Mississippi Legislature voted in favor (91 yes/23 no votes) to replace the flag which has displayed the Confederate battle flag since 1894
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  • 2007 Ethan Van Sciver convention sketchbook limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover: parody of Mein Kampf, the autobiographical manifesto written by Hitler
  • Detractors of Van Sciver cite this cover as an example of the artist's political and social beliefs
  • As reported by Bleeding Cool, Van Sciver wrote about the accusations: the cover was SINESTRO, who we'd redesigned that year to resemble Hitler, and with the fact that most people knew I leaned right, this was a JOKE
  • 2007 Ethan Van Sciver convention sketchbook limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover: parody of Mein Kampf, the autobiographical manifesto written by Hitler
  • Detractors of Van Sciver cite this cover as an example of the artist's political and social beliefs
  • As reported by Bleeding Cool, Van Sciver wrote about the accusations: the cover was SINESTRO, who we'd redesigned that year to resemble Hitler, and with the fact that most people knew I leaned right, this was a JOKE
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  • Homophobic slurs printed on protest signs
  • Homophobic slurs printed on protest signs
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  • Variant cover art by Jason Moore
  • Image censored due to extreme gore and sexual violence
  • Variant cover art by Jason Moore
  • Image censored due to extreme gore and sexual violence
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  • Controversial issue: Starfox is on trial for sexual assault after he is accused of using his powers to seduce a married woman
  • Controversial issue: Starfox is on trial for sexual assault after he is accused of using his powers to seduce a married woman
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  • Controversial issue: Gabriel and Sarah Stacy are the result of an affair between Norman Osborn and Gwen Stacy, later retconned, removed, from continuity in The Amazing Spider-Man #73 (2021)
  • Controversial issue: Gabriel and Sarah Stacy are the result of an affair between Norman Osborn and Gwen Stacy, later retconned, removed, from continuity in The Amazing Spider-Man #73 (2021)
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  • Prototype of Wolverine
  • Published 1.5 years prior to Wolverine's first appearance, a comic fan submitted an original character concept. The character was named The Wolverine with regenerative abilities, a metal exoskeleton and was the product of experimentation
  • The fan was not credited or compensated and there is some question as to whether the Wolverine that we know was inspired by the fan concept character
  • Prototype of Wolverine
  • Published 1.5 years prior to Wolverine's first appearance, a comic fan submitted an original character concept. The character was named The Wolverine with regenerative abilities, a metal exoskeleton and was the product of experimentation
  • The fan was not credited or compensated and there is some question as to whether the Wolverine that we know was inspired by the fan concept character
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  • Variant cover art by Ethan Van Sciver, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover depicting Kurt Cobain, the frontman for Nirvana who died in 1994 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
  • Variant cover art by Ethan Van Sciver, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Controversial cover depicting Kurt Cobain, the frontman for Nirvana who died in 1994 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
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  • 1st and only appearance of Skip Westcott, a teenage neighbor who inappropriately touched Peter Parker when he was a young boy
  • 16-page giveaway co-published by Marvel Comics and the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse
  • Reprinted many times until the year 2000 - original has the word FREE printed on the cover and no sponsor logo in the upper-right corner
  • It was never confirmed or denied that this origin story is actually a part of Spider-Man's canon (official history)
  • 1st and only appearance of Skip Westcott, a teenage neighbor who inappropriately touched Peter Parker when he was a young boy
  • 16-page giveaway co-published by Marvel Comics and the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse
  • Reprinted many times until the year 2000 - original has the word FREE printed on the cover and no sponsor logo in the upper-right corner
  • It was never confirmed or denied that this origin story is actually a part of Spider-Man's canon (official history)
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  • Moderately explicit art where Madame Xanadu appears naked while engaged in relations with The Spectre in his ethereal form
  • Moderately explicit art where Madame Xanadu appears naked while engaged in relations with The Spectre in his ethereal form
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  • Controversial issue in which Dave Sim alienates readers by suggesting a philosophy that men are at risk of an unhappy life if he commits to long-term cohabitation with a woman
  • Issue resulted in a significant drop in monthly sales
  • Controversial issue in which Dave Sim alienates readers by suggesting a philosophy that men are at risk of an unhappy life if he commits to long-term cohabitation with a woman
  • Issue resulted in a significant drop in monthly sales
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  • Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith featuring Magik
  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
  • Kitty Pryde, speaking at a memorial service uses multiple offensive words related to ethnicity and sexual orientation
  • Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith featuring Magik
  • Specialty border printed on select covers published in November 1986 celebrating Marvel's 25th Anniversary or more precisely, the 25th year since Fantastic Four #1 was published in November 1961
  • Kitty Pryde, speaking at a memorial service uses multiple offensive words related to ethnicity and sexual orientation
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  • Published without approval from the Comics Code Authority due to a sub-plot about drug use
  • The depiction of drugs in a negative light was well-received by readers which led to the Comics Code Authority easing-up on creative restrictions
  • Published without approval from the Comics Code Authority due to a sub-plot about drug use
  • The depiction of drugs in a negative light was well-received by readers which led to the Comics Code Authority easing-up on creative restrictions
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  • Variant cover art by Artgerm
  • According to Artgerm, debate arose as to the strong sexual imagery in the way Supergirl's fingers were positioned close to her skirt and the symbolism represented by her cat
  • Variant cover art by Artgerm
  • According to Artgerm, debate arose as to the strong sexual imagery in the way Supergirl's fingers were positioned close to her skirt and the symbolism represented by her cat
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  • Recalled issue due to a tentacle resembling male genitalia
  • The interior panel of concern depicts Abigail Arcane in the foreground screaming in terror and Anton Arcane in the background, mostly in shadows, with red blazing eyes - the first printing depicts a tentacle between the two characters
  • Said to be scarce but there are copies available on mycomicshop.com for under $3.00, nothing on-sale or sold on eBay
  • Recalled issue due to a tentacle resembling male genitalia
  • The interior panel of concern depicts Abigail Arcane in the foreground screaming in terror and Anton Arcane in the background, mostly in shadows, with red blazing eyes - the first printing depicts a tentacle between the two characters
  • Said to be scarce but there are copies available on mycomicshop.com for under $3.00, nothing on-sale or sold on eBay
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  • Controversial issue: Hank Pym AKA Yellowjacket, is suspended from the Avengers after physically assaulting his wife Janet AKA Wasp
  • Signs of a character shift begin in Avengers #212 where Hank destroys one of Janet's costumes
  • Controversial issue: Hank Pym AKA Yellowjacket, is suspended from the Avengers after physically assaulting his wife Janet AKA Wasp
  • Signs of a character shift begin in Avengers #212 where Hank destroys one of Janet's costumes
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  • Controversial issue: in an effort to make a point about the offensiveness of the word 'mutie,' Kitty Pryde uses an extremely offensive racial slur (uncensored)
  • Controversial issue: in an effort to make a point about the offensiveness of the word 'mutie,' Kitty Pryde uses an extremely offensive racial slur (uncensored)
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  • Origin of Doctor Doom - his educational years, facial disfigurement and procurement of the Doctor Doom armor
  • Controversial issue where Johnny Storm confronts an individual who is defacing racial equality posters with racist propaganda
  • Multiple, uncensored panels clearly display an extremely offensive racist word and phrase
  • Origin of Doctor Doom - his educational years, facial disfigurement and procurement of the Doctor Doom armor
  • Controversial issue where Johnny Storm confronts an individual who is defacing racial equality posters with racist propaganda
  • Multiple, uncensored panels clearly display an extremely offensive racist word and phrase
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  • Variant cover art by Rafael Grampa
  • Cover art used on social media to promote the release of the comic has been criticized for supporting pro-democracy riots in Hong Kong
  • Variant cover art by Rafael Grampa
  • Cover art used on social media to promote the release of the comic has been criticized for supporting pro-democracy riots in Hong Kong
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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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  • Recalled due to a depiction of a naked Peter Parker's 'web-shooter'
  • Alternate reality story where Peter Parker is an older, retired man
  • Recalled due to a depiction of a naked Peter Parker's 'web-shooter'
  • Alternate reality story where Peter Parker is an older, retired man
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  • Controversial cover that depicts Robin's hanging
  • Story titled 'How Many Ways Can Robin Die?'
  • Controversial cover that depicts Robin's hanging
  • Story titled 'How Many Ways Can Robin Die?'
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  • Young Avengers Hulkling and Wiccan first kiss
  • The cause of controversy in September 2019 after the mayor of Rio de Janeiro called for all copies of the TPB to be collected and destroyed
  • Young Avengers Hulkling and Wiccan first kiss
  • The cause of controversy in September 2019 after the mayor of Rio de Janeiro called for all copies of the TPB to be collected and destroyed
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  • Adult-oriented material, banned in Canada
  • Adult-oriented material, banned in Canada
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  • Published cover art (left) replaced the original cover (right) which was censored by DC without the creator's knowledge
  • Published cover art (left) replaced the original cover (right) which was censored by DC without the creator's knowledge
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  • Final issue of Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu
  • Mature content: Colleen Wing's breasts are fully exposed as her and Misty Knight are forced into becoming heroin addicts
  • Final issue of Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu
  • Mature content: Colleen Wing's breasts are fully exposed as her and Misty Knight are forced into becoming heroin addicts
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  • Marriage of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle
  • Selina called-off the wedding which was revealed to readers by The New York Times prior to the issue coming out causing significant backlash against DC and the newspaper
  • Marriage of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle
  • Selina called-off the wedding which was revealed to readers by The New York Times prior to the issue coming out causing significant backlash against DC and the newspaper
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  • Controversial issue due to drug use
  • Following a drug lab explosion, Captain America inhales the fumes of a drug called "Ice" which has a pronounced effect due to the Super Soldier Serum in his blood
  • Controversial issue due to drug use
  • Following a drug lab explosion, Captain America inhales the fumes of a drug called "Ice" which has a pronounced effect due to the Super Soldier Serum in his blood
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  • Controversial issue that published tweets from a reader who was criticizing the title, which is unlawful for a publisher to do according to Twitter’s Privacy Policy
  • Controversial issue that published tweets from a reader who was criticizing the title, which is unlawful for a publisher to do according to Twitter’s Privacy Policy
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  • 'Cease and DCist' edition, limited to 500 copies
  • Created in response to DC sending a Cease and Desist letter to Devil's Due for portraying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman in a previous issue
  • 'Cease and DCist' edition, limited to 500 copies
  • Created in response to DC sending a Cease and Desist letter to Devil's Due for portraying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman in a previous issue
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  • Variant cover art by Josh Hixson raffled at HeroesCon 2016
  • Limited to 50 copies
  • Back cover reads "F*ck HB2" a statement from the creator against the North Carolina law that prohibits transgender individuals from using restrooms inconsistent from their gender at birth
  • Variant cover art by Josh Hixson raffled at HeroesCon 2016
  • Limited to 50 copies
  • Back cover reads "F*ck HB2" a statement from the creator against the North Carolina law that prohibits transgender individuals from using restrooms inconsistent from their gender at birth
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  • In 2000, the Charles Atlas corporation filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against DC Comics for the portrayal of Flex Mentallo being a parody of the real-life Italian bodybuilder
  • The lawsuit was eventually dismissed but series was out-of-print for over a decade and commanded a considerable amount on the secondary market
  • Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery has since been published in a hardcover deluxe edition collection and a trade paperback
  • In 2000, the Charles Atlas corporation filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against DC Comics for the portrayal of Flex Mentallo being a parody of the real-life Italian bodybuilder
  • The lawsuit was eventually dismissed but series was out-of-print for over a decade and commanded a considerable amount on the secondary market
  • Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery has since been published in a hardcover deluxe edition collection and a trade paperback
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  • Variant cover art by Carla Cohen, limited to 250 copies
  • DC sent a cease and desist to Devil's Due for further printings and also to retailers who were selling the cover
  • Variant cover art by Carla Cohen, limited to 250 copies
  • DC sent a cease and desist to Devil's Due for further printings and also to retailers who were selling the cover
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  • Premiere series in the DC Black Label launch which gives established creators creative freedom to explore characters and stories outside of continuity
  • Controversial issue: Bruce Wayne's genitalia
  • Premiere series in the DC Black Label launch which gives established creators creative freedom to explore characters and stories outside of continuity
  • Controversial issue: Bruce Wayne's genitalia
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  • Classic story titled 'Judgement Day' that reveals the protagonist to be an African-American man which, at the time, was a risky move issued by the creators to insert the character into a position of power
  • Classic story titled 'Judgement Day' that reveals the protagonist to be an African-American man which, at the time, was a risky move issued by the creators to insert the character into a position of power
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Catwoman #82 DC $1 $2 $10
New Teen Titans #34 DC $1 $2 $8
King Conan #3 Marvel $1 $5 $18
Holy Terror Legendary $5 $15 $55
X-Statix #13 Marvel $1 $2 $3
Captain America #28 Marvel $1 $5 $15
An Illustrated History of Heidi Saha #1 Warren $65 $190 $650
Punisher #13 Marvel $1 $5 $15
Border Town #1 DC $1 $2 $8
Hansi The Girl Who Loved The Swastika #1 Spire $4 $12 $40
Wonder Woman #157 DC $75 $225 $750
Batgirl #37 DC $1 $2 $5
Amazing Spider-Man #601 Marvel $12 $40 $120
Web of Spider-Man #8 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Immortal Hulk #43 Marvel $1 $5 $15
Justice League of America #1 DC $2 $8 $20
My Struggle Sketchbook #2007 Independent $5 $18 $60
Action Comics #640 DC $1 $2 $8
The Dead #2 Arrow Comics $15 $50 $150
She-Hulk #6 Marvel $3 $9 $30
Amazing Spider-Man #512 Marvel $1 $2 $3
FOOM Magazine #2 Marvel $25 $100 $250
Cyberfrog: Reservoir Frog #2 Harris $12 $40 $130
Spider-Man and Power Pack #1 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Spectre, The #9 DC $1 $2 $3
Cerebus #186 Aardvark-Vanaheim $1 $2 $3
New Mutants #45 Marvel $1 $2 $7
Amazing Spider-Man #96 Marvel $9 $25 $125
Supergirl #13 DC $1 $2 $8
Swamp Thing #11 DC $1 $2 $10
Avengers #213 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Uncanny X-Men #196 Marvel $1 $2 $3
Fantastic Four #278 Marvel $1 $2 $4
Dark Knight Returns The Golden Child #1 DC $1 $2 $6
Squadron Supreme TPB (1997) #1 Marvel $18 $60 $175
Spider-Man: Reign #1 Marvel $1 $3 $12
Batman #246 DC $4 $12 $45
Avengers: The Children's Crusade #9 Marvel $2 $8 $25
Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out #8 Dark Horse $2 $8 $25
Static #25 DC $2 $8 $20
Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu #33 Marvel $8 $25 $90
Batman #50 DC $1 $2 $4
Captain America #375 Marvel $1 $2 $3
Man Eaters #9 Image $1 $2 $4
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez #1 Devil's Due Publishing $2 $8 $25
4 Kids Walk Into A Bank #1 Black Mask $12 $35 $115
Flex Mentallo #4 DC Vertigo $1 $5 $15
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez #1 Devil's Due Publishing $80 $200 $700
Batman: Damned #1 DC Black Label $2 $8 $25
Weird Fantasy #18 EC $45 $310 $980