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  • 1st cameo appearance of Jakeem Thunder, owner of the Yz Thunderbolt
  • *barely a one panel cameo, Jakeem receives an autograph from the Flash, Jay Garrick. Garrick unintentionally gives Jakeem the pink pen that he was holding for Johnny Thunder. The pen contains the Yz Thunderbolt
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  • Premiere issue of Animal Man's first solo title
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  • 1st appearance of the 2nd Mirror Master, Evan McCulloch
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  • 1st appearance of Crazy Jane
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  • 1st appearance of Red Jack, maniacal entity of great power who associates himself with God and Jack the Ripper
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  • Eric Morden becomes Mr Nobody
  • 1st team appearance of the Brotherhood of Dada: Mr. Nobody, The Fog, Sleepwalk, Frenzy, The Quiz
  • [December 2020 - rumored for Doom Patrol season 3]
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  • 1st appearance of Willoughby Kipling described as a magician, a drunk and an Englishman
  • Cult of the Unwritten Book, worshipers of The Decreator, sometimes called the Shadow of God
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  • 1st appearance of Sunshine Superman
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  • 1st appearance of the Decreator, a cosmic entity, possibly the shadow of God worshiped by Agents of the Cult of the Unwritten Book
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  • Final appearance of the Decreator
  • 1st team appearance of more cult members including Hoodman Shame and Hoodman Blind who steal the words on the tip of one's tongue and transform them into electricity before their spoken
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  • 1st appearance of Danny the Street
  • 1st cameo appearance of Flex Mentallo, bearded with long hair
  • 1st team appearance of the Fake Men from N.O.W.H.E.R.E.
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  • Origin of Doom Patrol (The Chief, Negative Man, Elastic Girl and Robotman)
  • 1st full appearance of Flex Mentallo
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  • 1st cameo appearance of The Candlemaker, in shadows
  • *Candlemaker appears in cameo multiple times before its full appearance in Doom Patrol #57
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  • 1st appearance of Beard Hunter, a murderer who goes after men with beards
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  • 1st team appearance of the Sex Men
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  • Cameo appearance of the Candlemaker, seen briefly
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  • 1st full appearance of the Candlemaker, a powerful and malicious entity
  • [June 2020 -Candlemaker confirmed for Doom Patrol season 2 along with Red Jack, the Sex Men and Dr. Tyme]
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  • 1st cameo appearance of the Redeemer, an anti-Spawn antagonist
  • 1st appearance of Major Vale
  • 1st artwork on the Spawn title by Greg Capullo
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  • 1st full appearance of the Redeemer
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  • Variant cover art by John Mueller
  • "Collector's Edition" identified by the silver-colored strip along the binding
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  • 1st appearance of King Mob, Ragged Robin, Boy, Lord Fanny and Jack Frost
  • [November 2018 - Morrison and Universal Cable Productions adapting for TV]
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  • 1st appearance of Jim Crow
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  • 1st team appearance of the Skrull Kill Krew: Ryder, Riot, Dice, Catwalk, 3-D Man, Moonstomp
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  • Four-issue miniseries that conveys the history of the comic book genre through the lifespan of a central character
  • Considered one of Grant Morrison's most profound yet perplexing stories
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  • Morrison's criticism of the dark and somber superhero trend in the 1990s is layered into the subtext of the story
  • Morrison refers to this series along with The Invisibles and The Filth as a "hypersigil" trilogy, a term coined by Morrison that refers to a work of art with its own willpower to persist in delivering its meaning
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  • 1st appearance of Aztek the Ultimate Man, the avatar of the snake-god Quetzalcoat
  • Created by Mark Millar and Grant Morrison
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  • The story occurs on two planes of existence, fiction and reality where the creation attempts to convince the creator not to kill himself
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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
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  • 1st appearance of Division X
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  • 1st team appearance of the Hyperclan, led by Protex: A-Mortal, Primaid, Tronix, Armek, Fluxus, Zenturion and Zum
  • Cameo appearances of Wolverine and Dr. Doom tied to posts, awaiting death
  • [November 2020 -a member of Hyperclan in Future State]
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  • 1st appearance of Zauriel, a guardian angel
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  • 1st appearance of Hourman (Matthew Tyler)
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  • 1st appearance of Prometheus
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  • 1st appearance of Krakkl, a Sonic the Hedgehog inspired imaginary friend that Wally West had as a child
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  • 1st cameo appearance of the Black Flash, the physical manifestation of death (appears in a photograph)
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  • 1st appearance of Dream, Daniel Hall, outside of the Vertigo imprint
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  • 1st team appearance of Justice Legion A
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  • 1st appearance of Solaris, a sentient tyrannical sun
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  • 1st appearance of Superman Prime, a phenomenally powerful version of Superman who spent 15,000 years inside Earth's yellow sun which is the source that fuels his power
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  • 1st full appearance of Jakeem Thunder, owner of Yz Thunderbolt
  • [November 2020 - Jim Gaffigan confirmed to voice Yz. Actor Alkoya Brunson reportedly cast as Jakeem]
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  • 1st appearance Lkz, a genie similar to Yz Thunderbolt
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  • 1st appearance of Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr)
  • 1st appearance of Star Splendor, mother of Noh-Varr
  • 1st appearance of Captain Glory, Noh-Varr's father
  • 1st cameo appearance of Exterminatrix
  • 1st appearance of Doctor Midas
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  • 1st full appearance of Exterminatrix, the scarred daughter of Dr. Midas
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  • 1st appearance of Cassandra Nova, a parasite from the astral plane who replicated the DNA of Charles Xavier while still in utero
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  • 1st appearance of Negasonic Teenage Warhead
  • Destruction of Genosha
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  • 1st appearance of Xorn, possesses a small star in his brain
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  • 1st appearance of Beak
  • 1st appearance of Glob Herman
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  • 1st team appearance of the Stepford Cuckoos, a product of Weapon XIV, created from Emma Frost's DNA
  • 1st appearance of Angel (Salvadore)
  • Artist Ethan Van Sciver hid he word 'sex' in multiple panels throughout the book, many of which were caught be editors but one slipped past which is evident in a protest scene
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  • 1st appearance of members of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard: Blimp, Fader, G-Type, Neosaurus, Plutonia, Schism
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  • 1st appearance of Fantomex, Weapon XIII
  • 1st team appearance of the X-Corporation: Darkstar, Multiple Man, Rictor, Monet St. Croix, Cannoball, Siryn
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  • 2nd appearance of Fantomex
  • 1st cameo appearance of Huntsman, Weapon XII
  • Origin of the Weapon Plus program
  • 1st appearance of E.V.A.
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  • 1st appearance of The World, a facility that produced Weapon XII thru Weapon XVI
  • *recently teased by Marvel to potentially play a big role in upcoming stories
  • Death of Darkstar
  • 1st full appearance of Weapon XII, The Huntsman, an artificial creation with the ability to possess the mind of its enemy
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  • 1st appearance of Dust (Turaab), the first X-Men character who wears an abaya and niqab
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  • 1st appearance of Kid Omega
  • 1st appearance and death of Jumbo Carnation
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  • Origin of Emma Frost
  • 1st cameo appearance of Christian Frost, Emma's brother who makes his first full appearance in Emma Frost #1 (2003) more visually similar to how he is seen on the cover of Marauders #5 (2020) with Iceman
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  • Cover art by Phil Jimenez paying homage to the movie 'Terminator'
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  • 1st appearance of Weapon XV, Ultimaton, an advanced Super-Sentinel
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  • Origin of Captain America, revealed to be Weapon I, the first successful test subject from what would later be known as Weapon X
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  • First time Professor X says, 'to me, my X-Men' as a standalone phrase
  • *previous use of the summons appear within a sentence or said by impostors
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  • Three-issue limited series about three household pets that are turned into cyborg-like weapons of war
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  • 1st appearance of the Manhattan Guardian, Jake Jordan, a former cop who mistakenly killed a young boy
  • [October 2020 - confirmed to appear in DC's Future State event]
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  • 1st appearance of Mister Melmoth, King of Sheeda
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  • 1st appearance of Frankenstein, the Grant Morrison/Doug Mahnke version of the famous monster
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  • 1st appearance of August General in Iron
  • 1st appearance of Ghost Fox Killer
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  • 1st appearance of Kate Kane, not wearing Batwoman costume
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  • 2nd cameo appearance of Batwoman, Kate Kane
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  • 1st full appearance of Batwoman, Kate Kane
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Damian Wayne (the son of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul) in shadows
  • *this issue is often cited as Damian's first full appearance but aside from a panel showing his eyes, he is fully obscured by shadows
  • *it should also be noted that the 1987 graphic novel 'Batman: Son of the Demon' introduced a child of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul but the story did not take place in the main DC story universe until Grant Morrison integrated portions of the graphic novel into the origin of Damian
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  • 1st full appearance of Damian Wayne, in final panel
  • 1st appearance of Jezebel Jet
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  • 2nd full and 1st cover appearance of Damian Wayne
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  • Renee Montoya becomes The Question
  • Origin of the Birds of Prey
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  • 'The Clown at Midnight' a prose narrative by Grant Morrison introduces a new personality of the Joker
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  • 1st appearance of Ellie, a street girl that became a receptionist at Wayne Tech
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  • Special issue set 15 years into the future featuring Damian Wayne as Batman
  • 1st cameo appearance of Professor Pyg, deceased in one panel, crucified upside down
  • *Pyg is later reintroduced with a different design and character profile
  • 1st appearance of Flamingo, a flamboyantly dressed assassin who has been known to eat his victims faces
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  • 2nd cameo appearance of Larfleeze
  • 1st cameo appearance of Genocide
  • 1st cameo appearance of Red Volcano
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  • 1st appearance of Monitor, Weeja Dell
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  • 1st full appearance of Mandrakk, the Dark Monitor
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  • 1st appearance of Calvin Ellis (unnamed), the third black Superman and the president of an alternate Earth
  • 2nd appearance and death of Mandrakk
  • [June 2020 - WB has recently prioritized a Michael B Jordan Superman movie with Cal Ellis as the featured character but as of now, there is no director attached and it is still not confirmed whether or not it will move forward]
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  • 1st appearance of Professor Pyg, a deranged surgeon that makes people into Dollotrons
  • *Pyg briefly appeared, albeit deceased, in Batman #666 but did not resemble the version of the character seen in this issue
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Heretic, a clone of Damian Wayne, as a fetus
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  • Three Batmen are featured: Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson, Damian Wayne
  • Multiple other versions of Batman appear including Terry McGinnis, Batman Beyond with Damian Wayne as an aged Batman as his mentor
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  • 1st full appearance of The Heretic
  • 1st team appearance of Leviathan, a terrorist organization led by Talia al Ghul that creates super-human agents
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  • 1st appearance of Batwing, David Zavimbi, the 'Batman of Africa'
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  • 1st appearance of Cassandra Cain as the Black Bat
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  • Relaunch of Action Comics
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Xa-Du, the Phantom King
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  • 2nd appearance and origin of Calvin Ellis, Superman of Earth-23
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  • Four-part limited series about a hitman accompanied by a tiny blue unicorn-donkey produced for the SyFy channel for a TV series
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  • Reintroduction of Sportsmaster, Lawrence Crock who was first introduced in All-American Comics #85
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  • Death of Robin, Damian Wayne
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  • 1st appearance of the Thunderer, a weather god from Earth 7
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  • Six issue limited series by Grant Morrison that melds horror with sci-fi to create a story about an asteroid headed towards Earth and the unexplained circumstances that precede the disaster
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  • 80-page one-shot that explains the 52 worlds of the DC Multiverse
  • 1st cameo appearance of the Empty Hand
  • Preview appearances of many characters introduced in the Multiversity books
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  • 1st team appearance of Justice Incarnate: Superman (Earth 23), Batman (Earth 17), Aquaman (Earth 11), Machinehead (Earth 8), Red Racer (Earth 36), Captain Carrot (Earth 26), Mary Marvel (Earth 5), Thunderer (Earth 7), Green Lantern (Earth 20)
  • 1st full appearance of the Empty Hand, a powerful and evil entity
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  • 1st appearance of Klaus, a version of Santa Claus
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  • 792-page, hardcover omnibus collecting:
  • Seven Soldiers (2005) #0 - #1
  • Seven Soldiers of Victory: The Shining Knight (2005) #1 - #4
  • Klarion the Witch Boy (2005) #1 - #4
  • The Guardian (2005) #1 - #4
  • Zatanna (2005) #1 - #4
  • Mister Miracle (2005) #1 - #4
  • Frankenstein (2005) #1 - #4
  • The Bulleteer (2005) #1 - #4
  • Original retail price: $75.00
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  • Premiere issue that sees Green Lantern in his role as an intergalactic police officer
  • 1st appearance of an Anti-Matter Lantern (Hal Jordan)
  • 1st appearance of new Green Lanterns: Maxim Tox, Trilla-Tru and Floozle Flem, a sentient virus
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  • 1st appearance of Volgar Ro
  • 1st appearance of Countess Belzebeth
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  • 1st team appearance of The Blackstars
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  • 1st cameo team appearance of The Guardians of the Multiverse, a formation of heroes that previously appeared in alternate realities: Green Lantern Batman, Flashlight and Magic Lantern
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  • 1st cameo appearance of the Golden Lantern, unnamed
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  • 1st appearance of Krkkzz Zappl, a Sonic the Hedgehog inspired Green Lantern
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  • 1st full appearance of the Golden Lantern, name revealed
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  • 1st appearance of Weaponeer 666 Hal Jordan
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Joe Christmas, an orphaned boy taken in by Klaus
  • 48-page one-shot of 25 stories, inspired by an Advent calendar, presented in "widescreen" format
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  • 1st cameo team appearance of the Young Guardians
  • 1st appearance of Special Officer Rykaktoro
  • Debut of an upgraded Power Battery
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  • 1st team appearance of the Megamortals
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