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  • First professionally published work in comics by writer Gail Simone
  • Simone is credited for writing two stories in this 84-page oversized anniversary issue
  • Wraparound cover
  • First professionally published work in comics by writer Gail Simone
  • Simone is credited for writing two stories in this 84-page oversized anniversary issue
  • Wraparound cover
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  • Revealed that John Constantine has lung cancer
  • First U.S. published work in comics by Garth Ennis
  • Revealed that John Constantine has lung cancer
  • First U.S. published work in comics by Garth Ennis
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  • First written work by Jim Shooter in the comic industry
  • It is revealed in the letters page of Adventure Comics #349 that 'One of Us Is a Traitor' was written by a 14 year-old Jim Shooter
  • 1st appearance of Ferro Lad
  • 1st appearance of Karate Kid
  • 1st appearance of Princess Projectra
  • 1st appearance of Warlord Garlak and Nemesis Kid (non-Legionnaires)
  • First written work by Jim Shooter in the comic industry
  • It is revealed in the letters page of Adventure Comics #349 that 'One of Us Is a Traitor' was written by a 14 year-old Jim Shooter
  • 1st appearance of Ferro Lad
  • 1st appearance of Karate Kid
  • 1st appearance of Princess Projectra
  • 1st appearance of Warlord Garlak and Nemesis Kid (non-Legionnaires)
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  • First written work in comics by Dennis O'Neil
  • First written work in comics by Dennis O'Neil
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  • First written work by Chris Claremont in comics
  • Claremont received credit on prior issues with plot assists but this issue is his first scripted story
  • First written work by Chris Claremont in comics
  • Claremont received credit on prior issues with plot assists but this issue is his first scripted story
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  • First self-published written and illustrated work in comics by Jeff Lemire
  • First self-published written and illustrated work in comics by Jeff Lemire
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  • 1st appearance of Doctor Occult, one of the earliest superheroes in history
  • First artwork by Joe Shuster
  • First written work in comics by Jerry Siegel
  • 1st appearance of a vampire in comic books
  • 1st appearance of Doctor Occult, one of the earliest superheroes in history
  • First artwork by Joe Shuster
  • First written work in comics by Jerry Siegel
  • 1st appearance of a vampire in comic books
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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 and 1st cover of the Red Skull, George Maxon
  • 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 and 1st cover of the Red Skull, George Maxon
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Tom King
  • Previous published work 'A Once Crowded Sky' had illustrations but was not a graphic novel
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Tom King
  • Previous published work 'A Once Crowded Sky' had illustrations but was not a graphic novel
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Battle Pope
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Robert Kirkman
  • First artwork in comics by Tony Moore
  • Image reprinted this issue in 2005 with a nearly identical cover
  • 1st appearance and origin of Battle Pope
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Robert Kirkman
  • First artwork in comics by Tony Moore
  • Image reprinted this issue in 2005 with a nearly identical cover
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Roy Thomas
  • Roy Thomas was one of the chief architects at Marvel introducing Conan the Barbarian into comics, serving as Editor-in-Chief after Stan Lee and contributing to the Avengers, X-Men, Thor and others over the course of decades
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Roy Thomas
  • Roy Thomas was one of the chief architects at Marvel introducing Conan the Barbarian into comics, serving as Editor-in-Chief after Stan Lee and contributing to the Avengers, X-Men, Thor and others over the course of decades
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  • First professional written and illustrated work in comics by Frank Miller
  • Three-page story titled 'Royal Feast'
  • First professional written and illustrated work in comics by Frank Miller
  • Three-page story titled 'Royal Feast'
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  • First written and illustrated work in comics by Don Rosa
  • Nominated for a Harvey Award
  • Later, Rosa won an Eisner for 'Best Serialized Story' for a 12-chapter contribution to Scrooge history with The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
  • First written and illustrated work in comics by Don Rosa
  • Nominated for a Harvey Award
  • Later, Rosa won an Eisner for 'Best Serialized Story' for a 12-chapter contribution to Scrooge history with The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Cullen Bunn (U.K.)
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Cullen Bunn (U.K.)
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • 1st appearance of Zenzi, a mutant with the ability to affect emotions - two versions of Zenzi have been introduced by Coates
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • 1st appearance of Zenzi, a mutant with the ability to affect emotions - two versions of Zenzi have been introduced by Coates
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Joseph Hillstrom King aka Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Joseph Hillstrom King aka Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King
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  • First written and illustrated work in comics by Jonathan Hickman
  • 6-issue series written, illustrated, lettered, inked and colored by Hickman
  • 2008 Eisner Award nominee for Best Limited Series
  • First written and illustrated work in comics by Jonathan Hickman
  • 6-issue series written, illustrated, lettered, inked and colored by Hickman
  • 2008 Eisner Award nominee for Best Limited Series
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by J.J. Abrams
  • San Diego Comic Con 2008 exclusive given away to promote the TV series Fringe
  • 5-page preview with character bios, 12 pages total
  • First written work in the comic book industry by J.J. Abrams
  • San Diego Comic Con 2008 exclusive given away to promote the TV series Fringe
  • 5-page preview with character bios, 12 pages total
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  • First professionally published work in the comic book industry by Mark Waid
  • First professionally published work in the comic book industry by Mark Waid
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Donny Cates (officially) in a story called 'Armageddon Outta Here'
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Donny Cates (officially) in a story called 'Armageddon Outta Here'
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Geoff Johns
  • Preview of Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E., later known as Stargirl, Courtney Whitmore in yearbook pictures and a character profile
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Geoff Johns
  • Preview of Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E., later known as Stargirl, Courtney Whitmore in yearbook pictures and a character profile
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Neil Gaiman in a story titled 'You're Never Alone with a Phone'
  • First written work in the comic book industry by Neil Gaiman in a story titled 'You're Never Alone with a Phone'
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  • First written work in comics by Brian Michael Bendis
  • First artwork in comics by Brian Michael Bendis
  • First written work in comics by Brian Michael Bendis
  • First artwork in comics by Brian Michael Bendis
Issue Publisher Low Mid High
Simpsons Comics #50 Bongo $1 $2 $10
Hellblazer #41 DC Vertigo $2 $8 $20
Adventure Comics #346 DC $35 $90 $350
Modeling with Millie #46 Marvel $5 $15 $50
Daredevil #102 Marvel $4 $12 $40
Lost Dogs #1 Ashtray Press $2 $8 $20
New Fun Comics #6 DC $3.5k $10k $35k
Captain America Comics #3 Timely $8.1k $22.9k $87k
Time Warp #1 DC $1 $2 $4
Battle Pope #1 Funk-O-Tron $1 $2 $10
Modeling with Millie #44 Marvel $3 $9 $30
Twilight Zone #84 Gold Key $30 $100 $300
Uncle Scrooge #219 Whitman $1 $5 $15
Future Quake #4 Future Quake Press $1 $2 $3
Black Panther #1 Marvel $1 $2 $5
Spider-Man Unlimited #8 Marvel $1 $2 $8
The Nightly News #1 Image $1 $2 $3
Fringe #0 WildStorm $2 $8 $20
Action Comics #572 DC $1 $2 $3
Dark Horse Presents #24 Dark Horse $2 $8 $25
DCU Heroes Secret Files #1 DC $1 $5 $15
2000 A.D. #488 Fleetway $1 $3 $12
Quivers #1 Caliber $1 $5 $15