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  • Two-part series connecting DC's future timelines
  • September 18
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  • 1st full appearance of Kaliber
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  • 1st appearance of Lobo's daughter (imagined)
  • *one panel depiction of Lobo's daughter resembles Crush
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  • Rare second printing
  • *indicated in the publishing notes (indica) on the interior page
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  • Partial origin of Lobo
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  • Beginning of Lobo's distinct character development as he is known today
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  • 1st battle of Godzilla vs King Kong (movie stills)
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  • 1st U.S. appearance of Godzilla (unnamed)
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  • Variant cover art by Pascal Garcin (1:15)
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  • Variant cover art by Pascal Garcin (1:15)
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  • Autobiographical comic book featuring stories about the author, Harvey Pekar and his life in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Adapted into a film starring Paul Giamatti as Harvey Pekar
  • American Splendor was a 16 issue series, published annually until 1993 when it was then acquired by Dark Horse
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  • Variant cover art by Adam Hughes
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  • 1st full appearance of Sherlock Frankenstein
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Sherlock Frankenstein
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  • Variant cover art by Jim lee (1:25)
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  • 3-part prestige format issue re-imagining Harley Quinn's dark journey from mental health professional to mentally unstable criminal
  • Written and illustrated by Stjepan Sejic
  • September 25
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  • 1st full appearance of Kestrel AKA John Wraith (previously appears in a false memory in Wolverine #48 as Carlisle),a test subject of Weapon X
  • *played by will.i.am from The Black Eyed Peas in X-Men Origins: Wolverine
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Blight, a living nuclear disaster emitting radiation as a green , glowing skeleton
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  • Reprint of Batman's first appearance
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  • Variant cover art by Fabio Laguna
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  • Cover art by Fabio Laguna featuring Orko
  • Final issue, series finale
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  • Fifth printing, printed below the logo in the lower-right corner of the cover
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  • Fourth printing, printed below the logo in the lower-right corner of the cover
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  • Third printing, printed below the logo in the lower-right corner of the cover
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  • 75 cent Canadian price variant
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  • 1st appearance of Nebula as a cyborg, similar to her appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
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  • One-shot anthology of horror stories collected in hardcover, prestige format edition
  • 1st appearance of The Beasts of Burden, a group of pets that investigate the legend of a haunted doghouse
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  • 1st appearance of Konga
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  • Variant cover art by Elias Chatzoudis
  • Limited to 500 copies
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  • 1st appearance of Joultz
  • Promotional giveaway by Con Edison, an energy provider based in New York
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  • Variant Pink Signature edition
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  • Promotional comic commissioned by the Chicago Mail Order Company that was also a catalog of items for sale
  • Clothing and items were incorporated into the stories that could be purchased from the comic book/catalog
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  • Variant cover art by John Tyler Christopher (1:50)
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  • Promotional issue given away at a gaming convention in 1996
  • 1st printing can be identified by the black warning banner at the top of the cover with red text fully italicized
  • 1st printing can also be identified by the issue number '#1' NOT italicized
  • Second printing is nearly identical except that the two aforementioned criteria are reversed with the issue number '#1' italicized and the red banner text NOT italicized
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  • Variant cover art by Rob Liefeld (1:100)
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  • 1st appearance of Preus, a sergeant in the Citizen's Patrol Corps who kept peace in Kandor
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  • 1st appearance of Nate Heywood the grandson of Commander Steel, later becomes Citizen Steel
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  • Variant silver foil cover
  • Obtained by purchasing the Oblivion Song Collector's Edition which included: a statue replica of the cover to the first issue, a print and a pin
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  • Cover homage of The Lost Boys
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  • 1st appearance of Eclipse
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  • Secret variant with blood splatter on the title
  • 1 page Absolute Carnage tie-in
  • *according to multiple sources, 50% of orders shipped were the 'Secret Variant' so there should be quite a few available without spending much over cover
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  • Secret variant with blood splatter on the title
  • 1 page Absolute Carnage tie-in
  • *according to multiple sources, 50% of orders shipped were the 'Secret Variant'
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  • Low print run
  • Newsstand variant
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  • Variant sketch cover art by Jim Lee
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  • Variant cover art by Jim Lee (1:100)
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  • Second printing black and white cover
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  • Variant cover art by Art Adams
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  • Variant cover art by Adi Granov (1:50)
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  • Variant virgin cover art by Adi Granov (1:100)
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  • Variant movie cover (1:15)
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  • Variant photo cover featuring Wedge Antilles
  • 1st appearance of Darth Revan
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  • One-shot featuring an alternate reality where Supergirl and Batgirl are the main heroes in place of Superman and Batman
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  • Marriage of Hulk and Caiera
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  • Lenticular cover (picture displays both images)
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  • Variant sketch cover art by Jay Anacleto
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  • Variant second printing cover art by Gabriel Rodriguez
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  • Variant cover art by Gabriel Rodriguez (1:10)
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  • Variant cover art by Artgerm
  • July 3
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  • 1st published cover art in the comic book industry by Jenny Frison
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  • 1st team-up of Hawkeye Clint Barton and Hawkeye, Kate Bishop
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  • Ashcan edition limited to 500 copies
  • Still available on Scout's website
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  • 1st appearance of White Raven, a famous intergalactic bounty hunter
  • One-shot issue originally published in 1995 by Panini, Marvel's publishing partner based in Italy
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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
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  • 1st appearance of Mon-El (post Crisis on Infinite Earths)
  • *Bendis is teasing The Legion of Super-Heroes and Mon-El on his Twitter
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  • Cover art by Leinil Francis Yu
  • 64 pages
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  • Second printing indicated by the number 2 as the last number on the UPC/barcode
  • Published in July 2004 as stated in the indica, interior publishing information
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  • Reprint of Watchmen #1
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  • Cover art by Lucio Parrillo
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  • Cover art by Lucio Parrillo
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  • Variant black and white sketch art by Jim Steranko
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  • Second printing
  • Commemorative cover
  • July 3
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  • 'Cease and DCist' edition, limited to 500 copies
  • Sold out on day of release
  • *in response to DC sending a Cease and Desist letter to Devil's Due for portraying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman
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  • 500th issue double-sized anniversary issue
  • Interior art by John Romita Sr and John Romita Jr
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  • Book Market variant
  • Very rare
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  • Variant cover art by Mike Deodato Jr.
  • Second printing
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  • Variant cover art by Frank Cho (1:20)

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