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  • Independently published one-shot by Michael Fiffe (Copra) limited to 300 copies
  • Based upon characters featured in John Ostrander's version of The Suicide Squad (1987)
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  • Self-published comic about a government-sponsored group of anti-heroes blamed for mass murder then launched into a multi-dimensional epic
  • Written, illustrated and published by Michel Fiffe
  • High-demand cult classic hit with a first print run limited to 400 issues
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  • Second issue of the self-published comic written and illustrated by Michel Fiffe
  • High-demand, cult classic hit with a first print run limited to 400 issues
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  • Low print run, creator-owned series
  • Limited to 600 numbered copies
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  • 1st cover appearance of the Ultimate Taskmaster
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  • 1st cover appearance of The Pouch, created by Rob Liefeld in good humor for years of criticism that his characters were inundated with pouches