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  • Variant cover art by Amelia Vidal (1:20)
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  • Webstore exclusive featuring band members of 311 as intergalactic superheroes
  • Limited print run, sold out
  • *value reflects copies autographed by band members
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  • Variant cover art by Mark Torres (1:10)
  • Cover homage of Nirvana's Nevermind
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  • Variant cover art by John Hageman (1:7)
  • Metal Plating edition specialty cover
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  • Biography of the band Primus
  • Conclusion of Cacophony's Jason Becker story which began in issue #1
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  • Biography of pioneering gore-horror metal band, Gwar
  • All proceeds from this issue will go to the artist
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  • Cover art by Simon Bisley
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  • Premiere issue of a 4 part mini-series co-written by Steve Niles and Rob Zombie
  • Scarce, low distribution
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  • 1st Underground comic published in Detroit
  • *the term "Underground" refers to self-published comics in the late 60s/early 70s that disregarded the Comics Code with adult-oriented stories
  • Back cover advertisement of music acts performing at the Grande Ballroom: Jethro Tull, Chuck Berry, The Who
  • Stories by Robert Crumb and other notable names of the sub-genre
  • Illustrations by famed concert poster artists Carl Lundgren and Gary Grimshaw
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  • Variant cover art by John Romita Jr.
  • Limited edition variant sold at Camelot Music stores
  • Polybagged with a Saturday Morning Cartoon cassette tape
  • Connecting cover with Spectacular Spider-Man #231, Sensational Spider-Man #1 and The Amazing Spider-Man 408
  • *higher value than the standard cover without cassette and polybag
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  • Variant cover art by Dan Jurgens
  • Limited edition variant sold at Camelot Music stores
  • Polybagged with a Saturday Morning Cartoon cassette tape
  • Connecting cover with Spectacular Spider-Man #231, Amazing Spider-Man #408 and Spider-Man #65
  • *higher value than the standard cover if the cassette is missing
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  • Variant cover art by Mark Bagley
  • Limited edition variant sold at Camelot Music stores
  • Polybagged with a Saturday Morning Cartoon cassette tape
  • Connecting cover with Spectacular Spider-Man #231, Sensational Spider-Man #1 and Spider-Man #65
  • *higher value than the standard cover if the cassette is missing
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  • 1st full appearance of the Skrull Beatles, Skrulls impersonating the Beatles wearing Sgt Peppers costumes
  • *Skrull John Lennon appears in the first issue of this series
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  • 1st appearance of Kaecilius
  • Parody of the Beatles by the Human Torch and The Thing
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  • 1st comic book to reference Elvis Presley
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  • Biography of Bob Marley
  • Book two of two: Marley's rise to international fame and the complications that arise as a result
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  • Biography of Bob Marley
  • Book one of two: focuses on Marley's youth and the formation of his band, The Wailers
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  • Adaptation of the Michael Jackson Moonwalker movie
  • Black & white with 3D art
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  • Adapted from the film of the same name
  • Issue includes a pin-up poster
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  • Written by Coheed and Cambria guitarist, Claudio Sanchez
  • Comic book only available for purchase at concerts
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  • Scarce 8-page promotional comic included in a June 2009 'Special Collector's Edition' of XXL Magazine with Eminem on the cover as The Punisher to promote his fifth album, 'Relapse'
  • Two-issue limited series - the second half available as a free digital download from Marvel Unlimited
  • *suggestion - try to find/buy the magazine in hopes it is complete with the comic
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  • Fictional stories featuring Motley Crue
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  • Stories inspired by the lyrics of Dave Mustaine
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  • 1st appearance of Gwar in comic books
  • 96-page anthology of short stories
  • Original retail price: $9.99
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  • 1st appearance of KISS
  • 1st cameo appearance of Dr Reich
  • 1st cameo appearance of Howard the Duck possessed, resembling Son of Satan
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  • 1st appearance of Alice Cooper in comics
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  • "Three Chains of Gold" one-shot that follows Prince on a fictional adventure to aid a princess in search of a magical artifact
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  • "Alter Ego" one-shot story that has Prince battling a villain who turns music into a destructive force
  • Cover art by Brian Bolland
  • * Roman Numeral II in lower, right-hand box corner denotes less valuable second printing
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  • Biography of Johnny Cash
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  • Cover art by Michael Golden depicts a skull that became the logo for Glenn Danzig (punk musician)
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  • Biography of musician Kate Bush
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  • Biography of the band Pantera
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  • Biography of the band 'Faith No More'
  • Biography of the band 'Mr. Bungle'
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  • Biography of the band Tool
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  • The Stone Temple Pilots story
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  • The Pearl Jam story
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  • The Kurt Cobain story
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  • Scarce, hard-to-find issue
  • Includes the story 'Homer Goes To Hell' featuring Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein and English rock band Motorhead (Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister)