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  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee
  • Different from the gatefold cover: Wolverine is depicted with only one set of claws engaged as his left hand would have the appearance of skewering the head of Captain America occupying the corner box
  • There is also a Newsstand/UPC version with only one set of claws
  • Preview of Omega Red in a pin-up by Jim Lee, 'Things To Come'
  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee
  • Different from the gatefold cover: Wolverine is depicted with only one set of claws engaged as his left hand would have the appearance of skewering the head of Captain America occupying the corner box
  • There is also a Newsstand/UPC version with only one set of claws
  • Preview of Omega Red in a pin-up by Jim Lee, 'Things To Come'
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  • Variant cover art by by Skan
  • Cover art composition inspired by the viral 'sad Keanu' meme (tap cover and swipe for image)
  • Variant cover art by by Skan
  • Cover art composition inspired by the viral 'sad Keanu' meme (tap cover and swipe for image)
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  • First cover in Western Comics that utilizes a photograph
  • First cover in Western Comics that utilizes a photograph
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  • Curse word visible on the cover, above the backside of Zabu and to the right of the tree trunk
  • First standalone back-up story featuring Hercules, first solo story in Avengers #47
  • Curse word visible on the cover, above the backside of Zabu and to the right of the tree trunk
  • First standalone back-up story featuring Hercules, first solo story in Avengers #47
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  • Death of Ned Leeds
  • Wolverine discovers Peter Parker is Spider-Man
  • Spider-Man inadvertently kills a woman by punching her, thinking Wolverine snuck up on him
  • Death of Ned Leeds
  • Wolverine discovers Peter Parker is Spider-Man
  • Spider-Man inadvertently kills a woman by punching her, thinking Wolverine snuck up on him
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  • 1st appearance of Luna Maximoff, the daughter of Quicksilver and the Inhuman, Crystal
  • The Inhumans move to the moon
  • In a panel where Black Bolt speaks, causing a massive explosion, there is an editor’s note that reads 'we're not going to insult your intelligence by placing a sound effect in this panel'. This is said to be a reference to an argument Byrne had with X-Men writer Chris Claremont, concerning the inclusion of a text representation of an explosion in X-Men #119 that Byrne felt was unnecessary
  • 1st appearance of Luna Maximoff, the daughter of Quicksilver and the Inhuman, Crystal
  • The Inhumans move to the moon
  • In a panel where Black Bolt speaks, causing a massive explosion, there is an editor’s note that reads 'we're not going to insult your intelligence by placing a sound effect in this panel'. This is said to be a reference to an argument Byrne had with X-Men writer Chris Claremont, concerning the inclusion of a text representation of an explosion in X-Men #119 that Byrne felt was unnecessary
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  • 1st appearance of Soul Crusher, a villain whose name was inspired by Erik Larsen in a letter to Todd McFarlane that was expressing his turmoil about an unknown business dispute
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 15,778
  • 1st appearance of Soul Crusher, a villain whose name was inspired by Erik Larsen in a letter to Todd McFarlane that was expressing his turmoil about an unknown business dispute
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 15,778
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  • After a car accident, a comatose man awakens in Dark Town where he is pursued by murderous puppets
  • Inspired the movie starring Brendan Fraser, Monkey Bone (2001)
  • After a car accident, a comatose man awakens in Dark Town where he is pursued by murderous puppets
  • Inspired the movie starring Brendan Fraser, Monkey Bone (2001)
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  • Reprint of the first half of The Incredible Hulk #181
  • The cover art of this issue features the Hulk's face as it was originally drawn which differs from the originally published U.S. edition
  • Reprint of the first half of The Incredible Hulk #181
  • The cover art of this issue features the Hulk's face as it was originally drawn which differs from the originally published U.S. edition
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  • 224-page adaptation of the Empire Strikes Back in trade paperback measuring 4 in. X 7 in.
  • In this edition, Yoda is depicted differently than how he appeared in the film but this publication was illustrated prior to Marvel creators knowing the final visual design of the character
  • 224-page adaptation of the Empire Strikes Back in trade paperback measuring 4 in. X 7 in.
  • In this edition, Yoda is depicted differently than how he appeared in the film but this publication was illustrated prior to Marvel creators knowing the final visual design of the character
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  • Variant cover art by Tyler Kirkham
  • Cover art based on an animation still from X-Men: The Animated Series which became the basis of a popular meme and also spawned a toy
  • Variant cover art by Tyler Kirkham
  • Cover art based on an animation still from X-Men: The Animated Series which became the basis of a popular meme and also spawned a toy
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  • "A Death in the Family" part 3
  • Death of Robin, Jason Todd, killed by the Joker
  • Batman #427 ended on a cliffhanger that placed Jason Todd in the blast zone of an exploding warehouse
  • DC set up a poll for readers to cast their vote of whether Jason Todd should survive the blast by calling one phone number, or die by calling another
  • 10,614 phone calls were made with Todd's death having been decided by only 72 votes more than the opposite outcome where he would've survived
  • DC had prepared both scenarios to go to print (tap cover and swipe to view unpublished pages)
  • "A Death in the Family" part 3
  • Death of Robin, Jason Todd, killed by the Joker
  • Batman #427 ended on a cliffhanger that placed Jason Todd in the blast zone of an exploding warehouse
  • DC set up a poll for readers to cast their vote of whether Jason Todd should survive the blast by calling one phone number, or die by calling another
  • 10,614 phone calls were made with Todd's death having been decided by only 72 votes more than the opposite outcome where he would've survived
  • DC had prepared both scenarios to go to print (tap cover and swipe to view unpublished pages)
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Molecule Man
  • 2nd appearance of the Watcher
  • George R.R. Martin, author of Game of Thrones, was 15 years old when he achieved his first taste of being published in the fan mail section of this issue
  • Martin’s words are eloquent beyond his years but his excessive compliments have the familiar, timeless tone of comic fanboy sarcasm
  • 1st appearance and origin of Molecule Man
  • 2nd appearance of the Watcher
  • George R.R. Martin, author of Game of Thrones, was 15 years old when he achieved his first taste of being published in the fan mail section of this issue
  • Martin’s words are eloquent beyond his years but his excessive compliments have the familiar, timeless tone of comic fanboy sarcasm
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  • Fan letter from George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones, at 16 years old
  • Fan letter from George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones, at 16 years old
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  • Cover art featuring the Joker
  • Revealed in this issue, Alfred discovers the Joker used the name Harlan Quinn to purchase real estate - Harley Quinn introduced ten years after the publication of this issue
  • Cover art featuring the Joker
  • Revealed in this issue, Alfred discovers the Joker used the name Harlan Quinn to purchase real estate - Harley Quinn introduced ten years after the publication of this issue
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  • Origin of Hellcat, Patsy Walker, specifically her long history in Marvel's romance comics explained as fictional stories written by her mother
  • Profanity panel: a cartoon rabbit is holding a box of cereal with the word 'SHIT' on it that was missed by editors
  • Origin of Hellcat, Patsy Walker, specifically her long history in Marvel's romance comics explained as fictional stories written by her mother
  • Profanity panel: a cartoon rabbit is holding a box of cereal with the word 'SHIT' on it that was missed by editors
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  • The Simpsons annual anthology of Halloween stories including:
  • The Sub-Basement of Dracula written by Marv Wolfman, illustrated by Gene Colan
  • Squish Thing written by Len Wein, illustrated by Bernie Wrightson
  • Additional writers and artists: Bill Morrison, Angelo Torres, John Severin, Mark Schultz and Al Williamson
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,266
  • The Simpsons annual anthology of Halloween stories including:
  • The Sub-Basement of Dracula written by Marv Wolfman, illustrated by Gene Colan
  • Squish Thing written by Len Wein, illustrated by Bernie Wrightson
  • Additional writers and artists: Bill Morrison, Angelo Torres, John Severin, Mark Schultz and Al Williamson
  • Copies ordered by retailers: 12,266
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  • 1st and only appearance of a character similar to Swamp Thing, written by Len Wein who also created Swamp Thing
  • House of Secrets #92 was published before this issue though many sellers label Phantom Stranger #14 a "prototype" of Swamp Thing which would imply that it was published first
  • Marvel introduced Man-Thing in Savage Tales Magazine #1 just one month prior to House of Secrets #92 which was then followed by Phantom Stranger #14
  • 1st and only appearance of a character similar to Swamp Thing, written by Len Wein who also created Swamp Thing
  • House of Secrets #92 was published before this issue though many sellers label Phantom Stranger #14 a "prototype" of Swamp Thing which would imply that it was published first
  • Marvel introduced Man-Thing in Savage Tales Magazine #1 just one month prior to House of Secrets #92 which was then followed by Phantom Stranger #14
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  • One-shot adaptation of the Masters of the Universe (1987) film script
  • There are a number of differences between the script and the final cut of the movie that is evident throughout the one-shot
  • One-shot adaptation of the Masters of the Universe (1987) film script
  • There are a number of differences between the script and the final cut of the movie that is evident throughout the one-shot
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  • 2nd appearance Lorna Dane, daughter of Magneto who later takes the name Polaris
  • 2nd appearance of Mesmero
  • Origin of Beast, his birth and cause of mutation
  • First use of the classic X-Men logo, designed by Jim Steranko
  • 2nd appearance Lorna Dane, daughter of Magneto who later takes the name Polaris
  • 2nd appearance of Mesmero
  • Origin of Beast, his birth and cause of mutation
  • First use of the classic X-Men logo, designed by Jim Steranko
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  • Superman uses the name Cal Ellis to conceal his identity in this story written by Alan Moore
  • It is revealed in Action Comics #9 (2012) that Superman of Earth-23 is named Calvin Ellis
  • Superman uses the name Cal Ellis to conceal his identity in this story written by Alan Moore
  • It is revealed in Action Comics #9 (2012) that Superman of Earth-23 is named Calvin Ellis
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  • Beast undergoes a mutation which grows gray hair all over his body
  • Beast undergoes a mutation which grows gray hair all over his body
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  • Origin of the name 'Wolverine' given to Logan by Native Americans of the Blackfoot tribe and when translated means 'Skunk-Bear'
  • Origin of the name 'Wolverine' given to Logan by Native Americans of the Blackfoot tribe and when translated means 'Skunk-Bear'
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  • The first time in Todd McFarlane's career that he forgot to sign the cover is often requested to be signed by Todd at conventions
  • The first time in Todd McFarlane's career that he forgot to sign the cover is often requested to be signed by Todd at conventions
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  • Polybagged with a silver cover
  • Todd McFarlane begins including images of Felix the Cat in the interior art of many issues after meeting someone suffering from post-traumatic stress who carried around a Felix the Cat doll
  • The man told McFarlane that he was not a fan of superhero books, therefore he didn't purchase Spider-Man comics, McFarlane asked if he would start reading them if Felix the Cat was drawn into them and the man said, "yes"
  • Polybagged with a silver cover
  • Todd McFarlane begins including images of Felix the Cat in the interior art of many issues after meeting someone suffering from post-traumatic stress who carried around a Felix the Cat doll
  • The man told McFarlane that he was not a fan of superhero books, therefore he didn't purchase Spider-Man comics, McFarlane asked if he would start reading them if Felix the Cat was drawn into them and the man said, "yes"
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  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring Mysterio
  • The circled number after McFarlane's signature denotes how many spiders are illustrated into the design, hidden on the cover
  • Cover art by Todd McFarlane featuring Mysterio
  • The circled number after McFarlane's signature denotes how many spiders are illustrated into the design, hidden on the cover
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Eddie Brock, hands only, pushing Peter Parker into the path of an oncoming train
  • The hands that push Peter Parker in this panel were intended to be those of a woman who lost her family in an accident, indirectly caused by Spider-Man but eventually Eddie became the main antagonist in the symbiote suit
  • This scene is retold from Brock's perspective in The Amazing Spider-Man #388
  • 1st cameo appearance of Eddie Brock, hands only, pushing Peter Parker into the path of an oncoming train
  • The hands that push Peter Parker in this panel were intended to be those of a woman who lost her family in an accident, indirectly caused by Spider-Man but eventually Eddie became the main antagonist in the symbiote suit
  • This scene is retold from Brock's perspective in The Amazing Spider-Man #388
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  • Images of the Hulk in the upper-left logo box create a flip-book beginning with this issue and ending with issue #300
  • Images of the Hulk in the upper-left logo box create a flip-book beginning with this issue and ending with issue #300
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X-Men #1 Marvel $1 $2 $5
BRZRKR #1 BOOM! $2 $8 $25
Four Color #38 Dell $130 $425 $2.7k
Ka-Zar #1 Marvel $12 $40 $120
Spider-Man vs Wolverine #1 Marvel $3 $9 $30
Fantastic Four #240 Marvel $1 $2 $5
Spawn #270 Image $1 $5 $18
Dark Town #1 Mad Monkey Press $10 $30 $100
Mighty World of Marvel #198 Marvel $65 $180 $650
The Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of the Empire Strikes Back #1 Marvel $18 $80 $175
Wolverine #16 Marvel $2 $8 $20
Batman #428 DC $4 $12 $40
Fantastic Four #20 Marvel $210 $805 $2.1k
Avengers #12 Marvel $15 $50 $260
Batman #353 DC $2 $8 $18
Defenders #89 Marvel $1 $2 $8
Treehouse of Horror #11 Bongo $2 $8 $20
Phantom Stranger #14 DC $8 $20 $85
Masters of the Universe The Motion Picture #1 Star $4 $12 $45
Uncanny X-Men #50 Marvel $70 $235 $850
DC Comics Presents #85 DC $1 $2 $10
Amazing Adventures #11 Marvel $20 $85 $275
Marvel Comics Presents #98 Marvel $1 $2 $5
Spawn #7 Image $1 $2 $5
Spider-Man #1 Marvel $2 $8 $18
Amazing Spider-Man #311 Marvel $1 $3 $12
Web of Spider-Man #18 Marvel $2 $8 $20
Incredible Hulk #292 Marvel $1 $2 $3