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Every week before new comic book day InvestComics gives fans our Top 5 Hot Picks for new comics coming out on Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article. Hot Picks Top 5 based on InvestComics Hot Picks #471 and new comics coming this Wednesday 4/19/17.

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Venom #6 – Eddie Brock is back as Venom. Nuff said.
Plastic #1 – New Image Comics series from writer Doug Wagner and artists Laura Martin & Daniel Hillyard
World Reader #1 – Aftershock’s new series; Story by Jeff Loveness and art by Juan Doe.
Namwolf #1 – The next hit comic (after Hillbilly) for Albatross Funnybooks. Writer Fabian Rangel Jr. and artist Logan Faerber.
Nick Fury #1 – First appearance of Frankie Noble. Story by James Robinson and art by Aco. 

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Here are the rest of the comics that appeared in this weeks InvestComics Hot Picks #471.

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Captain America Steve Rogers #16
Secret Empire #0
Monsters Unleashed! #1
Invincible Iron Man #6
X-Men Gold #1
X-Men Gold #2
Nightwing #19
New Titans Annual #7 (1991)
Superwoman #9
Batwoman #2
The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21 (1987)
Redneck #1
Failsafe #1

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A weekly video look at the covers from the weekly InvestComics Hot Picks article. New comics arriving 4/19/17. Please utilize your common sense and READ the article to see why these covers are in this video. This is NOT an explanation video, just eye candy. READ…..it’s good for you.

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InvestComics Hot Picks #471

InvestComics provides readers and speculators the low down on the new releases coming out on Wednesday each week. Hot Picks have been weekly since 2005.
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Remember when fanboy’s had their panties in a bunch over the fact Steve Rogers ‘hailed Hydra’? As though Marvel would keep their American Icon superhero within the clutches of the dark side forever. Fanboy’s always need something to complain about. Marvel fanboy’s begin their decent back to a happier place starting on new comic book day Wednesday (4-19-17). But before going to that happy place, fanboy’s will have to endure Steve Rogers being more of a bad guy and not seeing the light just yet. The big Marvel story to set Rogers on the straight path starts with Captain America: Captain America Steve Rogers #16 and Secret Empire #0. These issues will serve as the prologues of the epic storyline ‘Secret Empire’. Enjoy the storytelling and the plight, because in the end, fanboy’s will have their Captain back and a new number one issue will follow with about 33 different variants accompanying the silliness. All that yelling and boycotting for nothing.
Marvel’s recent series; Monsters Unleased, introduced a bunch of new characters. Now Marvel restarts things with Monsters Unleashed! #1 with the new characters starting out anew. Writer Cullen Bunn and artist David Baldeon.
If you’ve been paying attention, you know by now why Venom #6 is such an anticipated issue for many Spidey fans. Eddie Brock is back as Venom. Should be interesting from here on out. This issue will sell out, especially that Gerardo Sandoval cover. Wow. Think that’ll make the InvestComics Best Comic Covers Of The Week?

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Invincible Iron Man #6 will introduce a new villain into the Iron Man rogue gallery.
A new Nick Fury series this Wednesday; Nick Fury #1. First appearance of Frankie Noble. Story by James Robinson and art by Aco.
A bit of controversy has set upon Ardian Syaf’s X-Men Gold #1. Marvel (Disney) obviously had no idea what Ardian was up to within the pages of their comic, but we’re almost certain that X-Men Gold #2 will be gone over with a fine-tooth comb. Which means either the second issue will be a bit delayed while they inspect it and make corrections/deletions or something will slip by again. We highly doubt anything will slip by, but fans will flock to this comic as though it will have more controversy surrounding it, which it most likely will not. Thus causing for a sold out comic for no other reason other than curiosity getting the better of most and thinking they’ll make a buck with a useless, non-controversial comic. Let’s see if X-Men Gold #2 even makes it to the shelves this week.

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Nightwing #19 finds Dick Grayson facing off against Deathwing. Did you know that Deathwing’s first appearance is mega-cheap? Not that there is any demand for it what so ever, but this 1991 first appearance in New Titans Annual #7 is readily available if you want it. Written by Marv Wolfman, so it’s gotta be interesting.
Superwoman #9 begins the new story ‘Super Women’. Written by Kate Perkins, with art by Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert.
Batwoman #2 introduces a villain named Knife. Writers James Tynion IV/Marguerite Bennett and art by Steve Epting.

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A sadistically/weird comic from writer Doug Wagner and artists Laura Martin & Daniel Hillyard comes out of Image Comics; Plastic #1. Sex, murder, serial killer, sick variant cover, yea we’ll check this out. The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21 (1987) homage (John Romita) variant cover is great too. This cover is done by Andrew Robinson.
Keeping with the gory theme a bit, Redneck #1 (Image Comics) meets this criteria. Written by Donny Cates and art by Lisandro Estherren & Dee Cunniffe.

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New series from Aftershock Comics; World Reader #1. Story by Jeff Loveness and art by Juan Doe. Look for this well read, beautifully illustrated comic to sell out.
From Eric Powell’s Albatross Funnybooks this week, check out Namwolf #1 from writer Fabian Rangel Jr. and artist Logan Faerber.
Failsafe #1 (Vault Comics), writers F.J. Desanto and Todd Farmer, art by Federico Dallocchio.

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Top 5 Hot Picks #85

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Every  week before new comic book day, here are the Top 5 NEW comics to speculate/read from this Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article. Hot Picks Top 5 based on InvestComics Hot Picks #447 and new comics coming this Wednesday 10/26/16.

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Ms. Marvel #12 – The Red Widow Alessandro Taini variant is selling VERY well. We stated in the InvestComics Hot Picks #447 article that this issue features a 10 page story on Red Widow and we thought this could be Red Widow’s first cover appearance. Red Widow first appeared late last year in Mockingbird S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary #1 and hasn’t seen much action thereafter. Well, looks like Marvel is making their move. Both the regular cover and Taini variant is sold out. 

Spook House #1 – New Albatross Exploding book. Eric Powell showed some muscle on his Hillbilly release. Will Spook House find the some success? There aren’t that many available on Ebay at the moment.

Skeptics #1 – The NYCC exclusive is having some good aftermarket success. The regular number issue comes out this Wednesday.

Seven To Eternity #2 – The number one issue exploded out of the gate. Issue number two comes this week.

Deadpool #21 – The introduction of Shakespool. To buy or not to buy? 

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Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special #1

Flash #9

Flash #123 (1961)

Batman Beyond #1

Teen Titans #1

Detective Comics #943

Deathstroke #5

Vigilante Southland #1

Vigilante #1 (1983)

Vigilante #50

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Doctor Strange Annual #1

Doctor Strange Mystic Apprentice #1

All New All Different Avengers #15

Civil War II #6

Punisher Annual #1

Spider-Man Deadpool #10

Prowler #1

Surgeon #1

Bloodshot USA #1

Generation Zero #3

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Call of Duty Zombies #1

Markiplier #1

Wolfcop #1

Inspector Oh #1

Another Castle #5

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InvestComics Hot Picks #447

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InvestComics provides readers and speculators the low down on the new releases Hot Picks each week.
New comic book release day 10/26/16.

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IC 100 Club Pick: Swamp Thing #7 9.2 (1973). Last week we found a high grade Swamp Thing signed by legend Bernie Wrightson. This week we revisit Swamp Thing with issue number seven graded at 9.2. The highlights of this particular comic; The first meeting ever between Batman and Swamp Thing drawn by Bernie Wrightson. Fans of Bernie know that he is an amazing Batman artist. His Batman: The Cult series with Jim Starlin is a classic. A high grade first meeting done by a creative legend for only $99. 

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With all of the new DC Rebirth comics and Marvel relaunching so many titles as well, a collector has to keep on top of the number one books as far as first appearances go. It’s happening quite often. One of these new players can bust out in a big way, so as always, be on alert.

Wonder Woman fans and comic fans will be treated to an awesome book this week. Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special #1 will be a who’s who in the creative industry within these pages. Variants galore (Jim Lee! Sweet.), creators galore, new stories, and DC states that there will be creators that have never illustrated Wonder Woman in a comic before, but will do so for the first time here. A steep $7.99 price tag may keep some away, but a definite pick up for us.
Flash #9 cover pays homage to the classic Flash #123 (1961). Original cover by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson. The Wednesday cover is by Carmine Di Giandomenico. What’s the odds of having two Carmine’s like that? Probably slim, but obviously possible.
A new Batman Beyond #1 from writer Dan Jurgens and artist Bernard Chang finds its way to a shelf near you. This number one makes its sixth volume debut. That’s a lot of number one debuts right? How about another sixth volume number one this week? Teen Titans #1 is also entering that six time debut issue this Wednesday.

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From a sixth volume we go to a second volume. Detective Comics #943 may have a first appearance. Be on the look out for that. Rafael Albuquerque supplies a great second cover (B).
Speaking of covers, check out the Aco cover on Deathstroke #5. We love it.
A new DC Vigilante comic will be one to read this week; Vigilante Southland #1. We can’t help but reminisce about the first Vigilante series in the early 80’s that started off with writer Marv Wolfman and artist Keith Pollard in Vigilante #1 (1983). It lasted fifty issues with writer Paul Kupperberg and penciler Steve Erwin ending the series with an amazing story. Comic readers should definitely check out this short fifty issue series. Be prepared for an ending to this series as to none other in Vigilante #50. Click HERE to check out all the Vigilante comics available from all sellers on Ebay. Great series. We hope this Wednesday Gary Phillips (writer) and Elena Casagrande (artist) deliver as much fun as that 80’s series did. We have confidence they will. So we’ll be picking this up on new comic book day.

We informed readers a few weeks ago regarding the new Doctor Strange team (InvestComics Hot Picks #443). Seems like everyone is getting a team these days right? Anyway, the Wednesday Doctor Strange Sorcerers Supreme #1 will “debut” the Sorcerers Supreme team. As so Marvel may say, but we all know they debuted a few weeks ago in Doctor Strange Annual #1 as we already tipped you off.
The Doctor Strange movie must be drawing nearer because fans will be inundated with Strange books and appearances everywhere. Hence TWO number one comics released in the same week. Besides his new team book, comic fans will get Doctor Strange Mystic Apprentice #1.

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Cover artist Alex Ross hits a home run with his All New All Different Avengers #15 cover. Stunning.
Marvel’s Civil War II is closing in on it’s final issue, so the battle intensifies. Civil War II #6; Check out that Marko Djurdjevic Spidey cover too. Caps in trouble!
The Punisher Annual #1 hits this week with one of the best Halloween covers from Marvel in a while. The cover is from Rahzzah.  Although the Ron Lim variant is awesome too. Wow on both.

Every month we will remind fans of the latest Spider-Man Deadpool release because we’ve told you time after time it will sell out. We’ve been saying this since issue number one. Spider-Man Deadpool #10 will be on the new release wall. It’ll probably….ah never mind, you get the idea.
Another one of our speculation calls comes to fruition. We called the Deadpool Mercs For Money characters to all get their own books soon back in January of this year. We provided everyone with their first appearances in the InvestComics Hot Picks #409 article and touched on these characters quite a few times thereafter. This week we see another one of those characters debuting in their own comic; Prowler #1.
….And Deadpool #21 this week debuts Shakespool. Need we say more on that one?

Ms. Marvel #12 will not only have a Red Widow 10 page story, but a Red Widow variant cover by Alessandro Taini as well. It’s quite awesome. We think this is the first Red Widow cover appearance since she first appeared in Mockingbird S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary #1 late last year.

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Image Comics releases two second print number one issues this week. Surgeon #1 and Seven To Eternity #1. Both of these comics bring their second issue this week as well; Surgeon #2 and Seven To Eternity #2.
Fresh off of a huge New York Comic Con 2016 presence, Valiant Entertainment debuts a new Bloodshot series; Bloodshot USA #1. All the variants covers are amazing. We like the Doug Braithwaite as our favorite. Also, with every release we remind readers and collectors about Generation Zero from Valiant. We think Generation Zero is the modern day team for the modern day comic reader. Check out Generation Zero #3 this Wednesday.
Eric Powell’s imprint Albatross Exploding publishing are reaping the rewards from their hit comic Hillbilly. This week they will reap rewards once again with their kids anthology series Spookhouse #1. A collection of scary stories from yours truly; Eric Powell.
Black Mask Comics, is a small publisher with big idea’s. We say it ALL the time, buy Black Mask comics. They’re always quality reads and sometimes pay dividends on the speculative side. Can’t go wrong here. This week from Black Mask Comics; Skeptics #1.

Put together one of the most popular video games of all time with a popular genre of today and you’ll get Call of Duty Zombies #1 comic from Dark Horse.
Here are some other great indie comics to check out this week. Markiplier #1 (Red Giant Entertainment). Wolfcop #1 (Dynamite Entertainment). Inspector Oh #1 (Devils Due Publishing). Another Castle #5 (Kris Anka cover art).

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We are not responsible for comics not shipped on time and or changing of release dates regarding this article or any article on InvestComics. We report on the comics DUE out the coming week. We have NO control of release dates nor will we change our article to accommodate a change in shipping, release date or cancellation. We also use the phrase “sold out” in our articles on a regular basis. “Sold out” means at the distributor level. We have no way of knowing if YOUR local comic shop still has copies on their store shelf. Please use common sense here.

 

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International Iron Man #1 – Gabriele Dell Otto variant (sold out).

All-New Inhumans #5 – Introduction here, the Skyspears. Marco D’Alfonso Sugar Hill Gang’s Rapper’s Delight Hip Hop cover is sold out.

Steven Universe And The Crystal Gems #1 – (Boom Studios) is completely sold out. Regular and variant covers.

A&A #1 – Look for this Valiant comic to generate some noise amongst readers. 

Deadpool And The Mercs For Money #2 – Get in on these early issues. Great comic, great team.

 

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Avengers #28 (1966) Graded 4.5 (IC 100 Club Pick)

Superman American Alien #5

Martian Manhunter #10

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Warlock #9 (1977)

Scarlet Witch #4

Squadron Supreme #5

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Skull The Slayer #1 (1975)

Clandestino #2 

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Poison Ivy Cycle Of Life And Death #3

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Rivers of London #1

Kanan The Last Padawan #12

Santeria The Goddess Kiss #1

Turncoat #1

Doorman #1

Saber Rider and The Star Sheriffs #1

 

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IC 100 Club Pick: Avengers #28 (1966) Graded 4.5. This Silver Age beauty is the first appearance of the Collector and Giant-Man becomes Goliath. With legends attached to this book named, Lee, Kirby, Heck, and Giacoia, it would make a great addition to your collection. At a price tag of (only) $79.99 with free shipping. An early Avengers comic, a first appearance and 4 legendary creators…..what is there not to love here?  

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The Superman American Alien series continues to impress. Check out Superman American Alien #5 coming out this week.
Martian Manhunter #10 will contain the origin of J’onn J’onzz.
Poison Ivy Cycle Of Life And Death #3 cover by Clay Mann. Kudos!
Legends of Tomorrow #1 will have 4 separate stories of various characters from various creators. Firestorm from Conway, Hunter and Pansica. Metamorpho by Lopresti and Banning. Sugar & Spike (all grown up!) from Giffen and Evely. Metal Men from Wein, Scott, and Yildiray. As you can see, some super talents in this book. Fans should be up for a great read!
Both covers, the regular and variant for the Green Arrow #50 issue this Wednesday are awesome. Shane Davis on the regular cover and Aaron Kuder on the Batman V Superman variant.
Astro City #33 will introduce Fix-It Man.

IDW’s 3 Devils #1 from creator Bo Hampton looks good. Bo handles writing and art duties. Also from IDW, Ghostbusters fans will be treated to a new story; Ghostbusters Deviations. Sticking with the franchise stamp, Star Trek #55 will be the first part of a four part story line; Legacy of Spock.
Legend Alex Ross delivers as he does so often on the new Lords of The Jungle #1 cover from Dynamite Entertainment.

Superman American Alien #5

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Back to Ghostbusters for a sec. The Huck #5 (Image Comics) variant from Rafael Albuquerque will keep to his trend with movie variants. This time with Ghostbusters!
If you haven’t been keeping up with Monstress (Image Comics) from Marjorie Liu, well then you’ve been missing out. Catch Monstress #4 this week and go HERE for all available Monstress books on Ebay.

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Infinty Entity #2 has Warlock running into the character In-Betweener. In-Betweener first appeared back in 1975’s Warlock #9. A Jim Starlin creation. Jim Starlin writes and draws that issue. Jim is also writing the Infinity Entity series.
InvestComics is still feeling the bull market with Deadpool And The Mercs For Money. Check out Deadpool And The Mercs For Money #2 and see why we feel this way. Good stuff happening here. All the first appearances of each group member right HERE.
A few things regarding the new All-New Inhumans #5 this week. First, there seems to be an introduction here, the Skyspears. Never heard of them, maybe you have? If not, this will be their first appearance. Second, a very cool Neal Adams variant! And lastly, a Spider-Man guest spot. An all around good comic here. Also good to know, the Marco D’Alfonso Sugar Hill Gang’s Rapper’s Delight Hip Hop cover is sold out.

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Squadron Supreme #5

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International Iron Man #1 from Bendis and Maleev. It will be an interesting read because Michael usually takes us readers to places we’ve never gone. Lots of variants to choose from. We dig the Gabriele Dell Otto variant (sold out).
We love, love the regular cover to Scarlet Witch #4 from David Aja. Lovely.
Squadron Supreme #5 features a character being brought back from obscurity. Although featured in a few books late last year, he hasn’t appeared much of anywhere in his 41 year existence. Skull The Slayer makes an appearance this Wednesday. He first appeared in Skull The Slayer #1 in 1975. Written by Marv Wolfman and a cover by Gil Kane/Al Milgrom.

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Martian Manhunter #10

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Valiant Entertainment has done it again. They have sold out of a comic and are releasing a second print with the first print on the same day. A&A #1 will have quite the variant of choosing when Wednesday hits, but our fav’s are the Kano and Phil Jimenez covers.

After a bit of a wait, Clandestino #2 (Black Mask) will finally get fans back in the mood.
Rivers of London #1 (Titan Comics) one variant is sold out. 
Steven Universe And The Crystal Gems #1 (Boom Studios) is sold out.

A&A #1

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Clandestino #2

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Rivers of London #1

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Steven Universe And The Crystal Gems #1

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Other comics you should check out on new comic book day. Kanan The Last Padawan #12 (Marvel Comics), Santeria The Goddess Kiss #1 (Aspen Entertainment), Turncoat #1 (Boom Studios), Doorman #1 (Heavy Metal), Saber Rider and The Star Sheriffs #1 (Lion Forge Comics).

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Monstress #4

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Lords of The Jungle #1

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Ghostbusters Deviations

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Huck #5

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Kanan The Last Padawan #12

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Star Trek #55

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Jay Katz

Bullseye – Checklist

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Bullseye Checklist

Daredevil #131 (1976) – The first appearance of Bullseye. Art by Klaus Janson and words by Marv Wolfman.

Daredevil #132 (1976) – The second appearance of Bullseye.

Daredevil #141 (1977) – Early Bullseye appearance. Pencils from legend Gil Kane.

Daredevil #159 (1979) – Frank Miller pencils Bullseye for the first time and boy does Frankie have plans for him.

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Daredevil #160 (1979) – The very next issue we get the first Bullseye cover (in costume) from Miller.

Daredevil #169 (1981) – It only took Miller a few issues after he starting writing the Daredevil series to work Bullseye in. The first time Bullseye gets the Miller treatment (writer).

Daredevil #170 (1981) – The Kingpin makes his first appearance ever in a Daredevil comic. Frank Miller had a vision and it worked. Bullseye appears for the first time with Kingpin.

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Daredevil #181 (1982) – One of the most iconic comic books in history here, the Death of Elektra. The Daredevil Netflix series will have Elektra joining the cast and this comic story is bound to make it to the show. When it does, watch as this overprinted awesome comic commands some ridiculous aftermarket monies. If you do not own this comic by now, you should get it.

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What If #35 (1982) – A few months after knocking off Elektra, Marvel immediately went to the well and made this comic. They already knew they struck a cord with comic fans and were cashing in. See they’ve been doing this for years! Frank Miller writes and pencils this alternate universe story. Oh and legend Steve Ditko pencils the first appearance of the Cat People in another story. No really, we’re not making that up.

Daredevil #197 (1983) – Yuriko (later becomes Lady Deathstryke) makes her first appearance. Bullseye appearance.

Daredevil #200 (1983) – A classic John Byrne/Terry Austin cover.

Alpha Flight #34 (1986) – Bullseye finally steps away from the Daredevil comic. His first appearance outside a DD comic is in this Alpha Flight comic. Alpha Flight? Odd. He’s not on the cover though.

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What If…#2 (1989) – “What If Daredevil had killed Kingpin?” Here’s a unique book. It’s Greg Capullo’s first professional work (outside of FantaCo and Pocket Comics). 5 years before he ever touched the Batman character.

Daredevil #284 (1990) – Bullseye appears with Typhoid Mary for the first time.

Daredevil #286 (1990) – Greg Capullo fills in for this one issue.

Punisher #101 (1995) – Bullseye’s first appearance in a Punisher book.

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Punisher #102 (1995) – Nothing more here then a ridiculously cool Bullseye cover from Frank Teran. There was also a low print run on this book, making it higher priced in the aftermarket.

Elektra #1 (1996) – Mike Deodato pencils Elektra in her first monthly book. Bullseye appears.

Deadpool #16 (1998) – Bullseye’s first time appearing with Deadpool.

Daredevil #4 (1999) – Here’s issue number four in the Joe Quesada Daredevil run featuring a Bullseye appearance.

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Daredevil #5 (1999) – Bullseye kills Karen Page.

Bullseye: Greatest Hits #1 (2004) – The origin of Bullseye. This is a great series to own if you’re a collector or a Bullseye fan.

Punisher vs. Bullseye #1 (2006) – A fantastic 5 part series comic series.

Thunderbolts #110 (2007) – Bullseye joins the all new Thunderbolts team. Written by Warren Ellis and art by Mike Deodato.

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Amazing Spider-Man #568 (2008) – Artist John Romita Jr and writer Dan Slott manage to work Bullseye into this huge epic story line.

Daredevil #111 (2008) – Bullseye appears in the introduction comic of Lady Bullseye.

Moon Knight #22 (2008) – The first time Bullseye appears in a Moon Knight title.

Hit Monkey #1 (2010) – Bullseye appearance.

Daredevil Black and White #1 (2010) – A one shot featuring art from Jason Latour. Bullseye appearance.

Shadowland Bullseye #1 (2010) – Writer John Layman….nuff said.

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Jay Katz

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Every  week before new comic book day, here are the Top 5 NEW comics to speculate/read from this Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article

 

From: InvestComics Hot Picks #385

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Hot Picks based on new comics coming this Wednesday 8/19/15

 

You have one minute to spare? 60 seconds?….

Host Salvatore Antithesis with Co-Producer/Camera/Editor Brenton Noon bring an all new comic book review show like you’ve never seen before. It’s impossible to get bored or click it off because it’s only one minute long! “Sal’s Minute Of Mediocrity!” No wasted time, down time, maundering, just getting to the point. And Sal definitely knows how to do this. Watch the trailer below which last 7 seconds more than the actual show! Will Sal’s Minute Of Mediocrity! ever go over the one minute mark? Will it be by 4 seconds or 8 or less?? Will he hit the one minute spot dead on? Will the internet explode if he goes over the one minute? Will fanboys find something to complain about regarding this video and fun concept? (yes of course they will), All of these questions will be answered soon with surprises in store! So sit back, grab one junior mint, no time for a drink and watch the Exclusive 67 second new teaser trailer debuting in theaters before the new Star Wars The Force Awakens movie right here, right now! Chewie said this was happening, maybe we misunderstood. Hard to catch everything he says sometimes.

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Oxymoron #1 – As new comic book Wednesday rolls along, this comic will be sold out at Diamond soon enough.

Star Wars #8 – A new Star Wars comic this week. Buy it, read it and hold onto it. Each and every single Star Wars comic (until December and beyond actually) has the potential of a speculators dream. If one introduction in any of the Star Wars comics makes it to the big screen, you just paid for a few months of comics on your pull list.

Hip Hop Family Tree #1 from Fantagraphics is sold out.

Book of Death #2 – This event story line from Valiant Entertainment is all sorts of fabulous.

Archie #2 – Not as big a return as Star Wars, but the new Archie series will probably touch on a lot of introductions that will eventually appear in their movie release or television release. The relaunch of the Archie Comics line is an important one because it’s probably a direct link to anything regarding their media releases. An Archie movie or television production will be a big hit amongst the younger crowd. Not the kids, the Twillight/Harry Potter crowd. And that’s a loyal group following, which equates to popularity, which equates to money in your pocket.

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Here are the rest of the comics that appeared on this past week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #385 (Click the link to read now!)

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Amazing Adventures #1

Guardians Team Up #10 features the first appearance of The Drakillars.

Howard the Human #1

House of M #1

Secret Wars Secret Love #1

Weirdworld #3 – First appearance of Skull The Slayer is in Skull The Slayer #1 (1975)

 

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The InvestComics Secret Wars #1 Comicxposure Gabriele Del Otto variant Twitter giveaway will be long over today after this article hits. Check out the InvestComics Twitter page to see who that lucky winner was. We want to thank everyone who participated. Make sure to Like and Follow all of our social media outlets as another prize pack (or two!) go up. There are some nice prizes coming up next week, stay close.

In the news department! We have one of those? Yes yes, in the east wing, near the pool.

You have one minute to spare? 60 seconds?….

Host Salvatore Antithesis with Co-Producer/Camera/Editor Brenton Noon bring an all new comic book review show like you’ve never seen before. It’s impossible to get bored or click it off because it’s only one minute long! “Sal’s Minute Of Mediocrity!” No wasted time, down time, maundering, just getting to the point. And Sal definitely knows how to do this. Watch the trailer below which last 7 seconds more than the actual show! Will Sal’s Minute Of Mediocrity! ever go over the one minute mark? Will it be by 4 seconds or 8 or less?? Will he hit the one minute spot dead on? Will the internet explode if he goes over the one minute? Will fanboys find something to complain about regarding this video and fun concept? (yes of course they will), All of these questions will be answered soon with surprises in store! So sit back, grab one junior mint, no time for a drink and watch the Exclusive 67 second new teaser trailer debuting in theaters before the new Star Wars The Force Awakens movie right here, right now! Chewie said this was happening, maybe we misunderstood. Hard to catch everything he says sometimes.

Let’s hit some of the comics heading our way this Wednesday……

IDW brings an all new Turtle title to alluring fans. Check out the all ages Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Amazing Adventures #1.

Guardians Team Up #10 features the first appearance of The Drakillars.

Howard the Human #1 makes us scratch our head. Not sure what to expect here, but the title sure isn’t very appealing. But it’s written by Scottie Young. Let’s see where this goes.

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House of M #1 will be a good read. Comes with lots and lots of variants. Why exactly? We must have missed the memo.

Marvel is really pushing that female readership envelope aren’t they? Almost every single new hero these days is a female one, previous male heroes are now women and now this Wednesday Secret Wars Secret Love #1 arrives. Nothing at all wrong with reaching an audience (making more money), just that a romance comic might be a bit too soon. Seems all forced here, as though they have to cater to an audience that is not within their demo. Don’t force the issue with reaching a target audience, let it happen on its own with product selling itself. If it does pop then great, if it doesn’t, well it doesn’t. It all seems a bit contrived sometimes.

A new foe (maybe) and a new artist (Stuart Immonen) on Star Wars #8 this Wednesday. A few variants available here. The sketch variant is sold out. Remember InvestComics’ word on all Star Wars books. Buy them.

Skull The Slayer makes an appearance in Weirdworld #3. He first appeared in Skull The Slayer #1 (1975). What a fantastic Bronze Age affordable book to own. Written by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Steve Gan and cover art by Gil Kane and Al Milgrom.

Archie #2 has a huge selection of variant covers to choose from this coming week. Did we miss another memo? Anyway, the regular Fiona Staples cover absolutely kicks major butt.

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ComixTribe will have a hit on their hands with Oxymoron #1. Suggest you try and find this or you’ll be looking for the second print soon instead of owning the first. Absolutely none of these comics on Ebay as of right now (the publishing of this article).

Hip Hop Family Tree #1 from Fantagraphics is sold out. Welcome Back #1 from Boom Studios is a definite read.

Valiant Entertainment continues their event this week with Book of Death #2. Lovely Pere Perez cover. This is must read stuff here folks.

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Throughout the years InvestComics has explained that there is something within the speculative/collectors market that is just as important as the first appearance of a character. Sometimes an overlooked nugget, but most are privy to it. A characters second appearance is not only a fun get, but sometimes very affordable. Sometimes not, therein is the chance to make your decision as an investor to jump in or not. We cannot make that decision for you, nor would we. We will simply guide you and the rest is up to you.

We are proud to present a new regular feature on InvestComics called Second Appearances. Here you will see a list of comics featuring some A list characters and not so A list characters. Either way, the speculator will have an inside track on a characters second appearance. What if a character blows up and the first appearance is out of reach financially? Very simple actually, buy the second appearance. Some of the naysayers may say, what and why the second appearance? Well, the fact that two of the premiere grading companies (CBCS and CGC) recognize and highlight second appearances is clue enough. It’s a factor within the hobby. It is important, so why not go with the flow and start getting some of those second appearances? As said earlier, some of them are surprisingly affordable too.

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The Amazing Spider-Man #195 (1979) Second Black Cat appearance. Marv Wolman writes, art by Keith Pollard.

Fantastic Four #53 (1966) The second Black Panther. Stan Lee writes, Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott art. First appearance of Klaw. Origin of both Black Panther and Klaw. A very nice buy right now.

Incredible Hulk Annual #5 (1976) The true second appearance of Groot. Appearing in a reprint issue after his first appearance, this comic is a NEW Groot story, thus making it more of a second appearance than the Where Monsters Dwell #6 (1970) comic. Written by Chris Claremont/Len Wein, art by Sal Buscema and cover by Jack Kirby.

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Hero For Hire #2 (1972) Second Luke Cage Appearance. John Romita Sr. cover.

The New Teen Titans #9 (1981) Deathstroke’s second appearance here. Writer Marv Wolfman and Art/cover by George Perez. Extremely underrated and affordable book.

Amazing Spider-Man #134 (1974) Second appearance of the Punisher. Also the first appearance of the Tarantula. A surprisingly affordable comic in the aftermarket.

Fantastic Four #49 (1966) Second Silver Surfer, first full appearance of Galactus and first time Silver Surfer and Galactus appear on the cover together. A classic comic from Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Joe Sinnott.

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The Batman Adventures: Mad Love #1 (1994) The first appearance of Harley Quinn out of reach? How about the Second appearance and first origin of Harley Quinn? This comic should be just attractive to Harley fans as is her first appearance.

Captain Marvel #25 (1973) Second Thanos appearance. Jim Starlin pencils,collaboration cover with Joe Sinnott.

Star Wars #43 (1981) The second COMIC BOOK appearance of Boba Fett.

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Since the inception of InvestComics 10+ years ago, we have informed speculators about Deathstroke. At that time, following InvestComics’ guidance, the first appearance of Deathstroke could cost been a mere $45 for a collector. Now it’s a bit more, but you still may have some upside. Yes he’s already been exposed into the WB Arrow televison show world, but this character still has yet to make it to one more place; the big screen. And he will eventually. When he does, that first appearance with double/triple in value. He’s Marvel’s Deadpool/Punisher rolled into one. The assassin for hire is a total bad as* and DC Comics knows this. The explosiveness of this character brings nothing like DC has on film anywhere. Marvel already has, DC doesn’t. A Deathstroke on the big screen would be a hit. It’s already a hit on Arrow, but television doesn’t always translate to the speculative point in the comics market. Movies usually have a higher impact. Although pricing is a bit high in various places for Deathstroke’s first appearance, it’s still a buy. As a speculator, do your research and your shopping around. The moment you feel you have a deal, go in for the kill and buy it. You’ll be happy you did.

Below is a checklist of many first appearances and more regarding Deathstroke. If this character ever gets his due, look for some of the books in this list to command attention in the aftermarket.

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The New Teen Titans #2 (1980) The first appearance of Deathstroke. Art by George Perez, cover by George Perez and written by Marv Wolfman. A classic comic and still a bull market here.

The New Teen Titans #9 (1981) Deathstroke didn’t come back for his second appearance until 7 issues later. An extremely undervalued book here.

Tales of the Teen Titans #44 (1984) Part 3 of the Judas contract. This timeless comic features the first appearance of Nightwing and an early appearance of Deathstroke. Classic Perez cover.

Crisis on Infinite Earths #5 (1985) Another timeless classic here. It wasn’t until the fifth issue of this amazingly awesome story we saw an appearance of Deathstroke. George Perez/Marv Wolfman.

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Crisis on Infinite Earths #9 (1985) …..Then appearing in his second Crisis comic 4 issues later right on the cover this time.

Secret Origins Featuring The Teen Titans #3 (1989) The first update on the origin of Deathstroke. Hard to find.

Deathstroke The Terminator #1 (1991) The first solo series for Deathstroke. Thugging it out on that rooftop cover by Mike Zeck. Marv Wolman writes. Also the first appearance of Philip Lockwood.

War of The Gods #1 (1991) Here is another epic event featuring an appearance by Deathstroke with the word “Crisis” right on the cover. Anyways, this time George Perez writes and does the artwork.

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Hawkworld Annual #2 (1991) The first appearance outside of the Teen Titans and epic event books. Thing is, this is also an event book; Armageddon 2001. So this isn’t really a first here, just another event appearance spilled over into a Hawkworld book.

Deathstroke The Terminator #4 (1991) First appearance of Squirrel. He’s Slade’s Mr. fix-it/inventor guy.

Wonder Woman #61 (1992) The same as the Hawkworld Annual book. A War of the Gods crossover book. When will Deathstroke make a regular appearance in the DC Universe other than appearing with so many other heroes and villains?

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Deathstroke The Terminator #6, #7, #8, #9 (1992) Batman teams up with Deathstroke in this four part story line. Every part with an awesome Mike Zeck cover to boot.

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Deathstroke The Terminator #9 (1992) First appearance of Vigilante (Pat Trayce). Cameo?

Superman #65 (1992) Deathstroke appears in a Superman title. Actually he appears in several of them (Action Comics, Adventures of Superman, Man of Steel). Want to guess why? Yes, another event! This time it’s “Panic in the Sky”. This is the best Superman covers (one of his first) he appears on. By Dan Jurgens/Brett Breeding.

Wonder Woman Special #1 (1992) Well here it is. The first non event, other than Teen Titans comic he appears in. Only took 12 years for this to happen. It’s Deathstroke vs Wonder Woman! From artist Jill Thompson.

Wonder Woman #63 (1992) Here is part 2 of Deathstroke vs Wonder Woman. Cover by Brian Bolland. Deathstroke doesn’t appear on the cover.

Superman #68 (1992) Here is Deathstroke appearing in a Superman title that has nothing to do with an event. A fantastic cover by Walt Simonson/Dan Jurgens/Glen Whitmore.

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Deathstroke The Terminator #13 (1992) First appearance of Shuriken.

Deathstroke Annual #1 (1992) The first Deathstroke annual. Pencils by Phil Jimenez with a Mike Zeck cover. Nightwing appearance. Yes, it case you haven’t noticed by now Mike Zeck owns this dude.

Deathstroke The Terminator #15 (1992) First appearance of Sweet Lili and Rose Wilson; Slade’s lover (Lili) and daughter (Rose).

Green Lantern #41 (1993) First appearance in a Green Lantern comic.

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Deathstroke The Terminator #23 (1993) First appearance of Janissary.

Deathstroke The Terminator Annual #2 (1994) First appearances of Gunfire, Ragnarok, Benjamin Nakashima, and Yvette DuBois.

Deathstroke The Terminator Annual #3 (1994) An Elseworld origin story. Cover by Mike Deodato Jr.

Deathstroke The Terminator #39 (1994) A Green Arrow appearance with a ridiculously cool cover from Ed Hannigan.

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Deathstroke The Hunted #0 (1994) “The Hunted” prologue. Speaking of great covers. Check this one out from Scott McDaniel. Interior pencils from Sergio Cariello. A great in house story line. First appearance of Ravager (Wade DeFarge).

Deathstroke #41 (1994) Here’s a very nice Deadshot cover appearance (and interior appearance). Pencils by Sergio Cariello.

Deathstroke #54 (1995) First appearance of Mourn.

Deathstroke #55 (1996) First appearance of Karrion.

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Deathstroke #58 (1996) Joker appearance and a solo Joker cover. Dave Johnson cover. A scarce, low print print issue.

Deathstroke #60 (1996) Last issue in series. Low print run.

Detective Comics #708 (1997) Deathstroke appears with Batman. Heart of Glass part 1. Lee Weeks cover art.

Nightwing #18 (1998) Second appearance in the Nightwing title. First in the previous issue, but Deathstroke appears on the cover here.

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Azrael #45 (1998) First appearance in an Azrael comic. Great cover.

Birds of Prey #22 (2000) First appearance in Birds of Prey series. Jackson Guice pencils and cover art.

Catwoman #94 (2001) First appearance of Deathstroke in Catwoman series. Low print run.

Villains United #1 (2005) An awesome 6 part series with Deathstroke front and center here with Deadshot and other great characters. Written by amazing writer Gail Simone and art by Dale Eaglesham. That cover by J.G. Jones and Laura Martin kicks all kinds of butt too. Buy this series, you’ll love it.

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52 #27 (2006) The origin of Black Canary story includes Deathstroke in it. And that’s not the best part. The best Part is Howard Chaykin on the art for this story and Mark Waid writes.

Superman/Batman Annual #1 (2006) Here’s the first annual from the popular Superman/Batman series. Check out the spectacular Ed McGuinness/Dexter Vines Deathstroke cover. This comic features Deadpool in it too. A DC Comic with Deadpool? Well it’s Deathstroke in a different universe with almost the same look and verbiage as Deadpool. Many fans mistook Deadpool at first being in this issue. There is information that actually list Deadpool being in this comic. Check it out!

Faces of Evil Deathstroke #1 (2009) A one shot issue with art from Georges Jeanty.

Deathstroke and the curse of The Ravager #1 (2011) Writer Jimmy Palmiotti on this three part Flashpoint series.

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Deathstroke #1 (2011) Deathstroke appears in his own short lived New 52 series. Lasting only 20 issues. First issue; Art by Joe Bennett, written by Kyle Higgins and cover by Simon Bisley. First appearance of Christoph.

Deathstroke #2 (2011) Introduction; Road Rage.

Deathstroke #8 (2012) Deathstroke’s daddy makes his first appearance; Nathaniel Wilson.

Batman The Dark Knight #4 (2012) Here’s an appearance done by the awesome David Finch.

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Team 7 #1 (2012) A Jim Lee variant featuring Deathstroke in the background.

Deathstroke #9 (2012) Rob Liefeld best known for his Deadpool creation, now on board to pencil/write the first version of Deadpool. He did the cover art as well. This lasted only 6 issues…..

Teen Titans #23.2 (2013) Silly numbering here, but great solo Deathstroke #1 cover by Alex Sinclair, Eddy Barrows and Eber Ferreira.

New Suicide Squad #1 (2014) This book is cooling down a bit after the Suicide Squad movie leaks have come out. Is there a lack of confidence here? Still an awesome comic regardless. Deathstroke graces the cover on the regular and variant.

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Deathstroke #1 (2014) The latest solo series by penciler/writer and cover artist Tony Daniel is ridiculously awesome. Tony becomes THE Deathstroke artist.

Deathstroke #2 (2015) First appearance of Red Fury.

Deathstroke #3 (2015) Tony Daniel regular and variant covers. That is all……and a Harley Quinn appearance.

Deathstroke #4 (2015) Harley Quinn teams up with Deathstroke. Team up cover by Tony Daniel.

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Ultimate Spider-Man #29

Wool was optioned for a movie. That prompted issue number to be sold out and with that, Wool (2014 Cryptozoic) #2 has sold out now too. Stay close to this series for now. Remember, just because a comic book was optioned does not mean anything will ever materialize. Many times the comic market has a knee jerk reaction to the news and then many are stuck with comics that are impossible to sell. The best we do get though are great stories to read.

This week Superman (2011 3rd Series) #34 sees the introduction of the villain known as Machinist. Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. are giving the fans what they want, some new life breathe into DC’s flagship title. Is this in fact a first appearance though or just a New 52 first appearance? The Machinist first appeared in Wildstorm #1 (2006).  Same dude? Probably not.

Robert Kirkman’s Outcast continues to garner attention. The latest edition; Outcast (2014 Image) #3 comes out this week. Issue one and two sold out. Look for issue three to follow that trend.

Last week I recommended Teen Titans #16 (1982), It’s the first appearance of Captain Carrot. I was having some fun and wanted to set a trend to make the book hot. This week I will revisit the wacky, but first let me make a point…….quite a few InvestComics Hot Picks ago I explained that Marvel’s Spider-Verse saga was all a basic ploy to see which solo spider books they can possibly get off the ground and sell. Spider-Verse will bring every single Spider-Man character ever front and center. I compiled a huge Spider-Verse list of the many faces of Spider-Man. It’s a list you’d probably want to keep handy given all of the new Spider characters we’ll see popping up or getting their own comic. Like the new Spider-Woman title. How about a new Peter Porker comic? Wait Peter Porker? Yes. Check out Ultimate Spider-Man (2012 Marvel Universe) #29; Spider-Ham has taken over. So expect A LOT more Spidey books and take overs to occur moving onward towards Spider-Verse, before, during and after. Now let’s get back to the wacky stuff. Peter Porker first appeared in Marvel Tails Starring Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham #1 (1982). The Ultimate Spider-Ham first appeared in Ultimate FF #5 (2014). Awesome! Let Spider-Verse begin! And click right HERE to check out that InvestComics Spider-Verse Checklist, some great hidden gems in there.

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Secret Origins (2014) 3rd Series #5 will focus on the character Cyborg. I have recommended DC Comics Presents #26 (1980) countless times throughout the years. This comic of course features the first appearance of the New Teen Titans and several new characters. It’s a very obtainable book, not scarce at all. The main reason for the prices to be where they are at. Cyborg first appeared in DCP #26 and he’s also going to be in the Superman vs. Batman film. Will we also get a Teen Titans spin off from this film besides the Justice League? Most likely yes, so buckle in and get ready for DC Comics Presents to become an even hotter book way down the line somewhere. It’s going to be a way for Warner Bros. to attract that younger core audience. The book is an absolute bargain right now with average RAW prices on Ebay going in the $60 range. A 9.2 graded sold for $135 and a 7.5 sold for $81. So here’s what you do. Buy yourself a high grade raw copy. Get George Perez and Marv Wolfman to sign it (get a witness). Grade it, and you have yourself a wonderful resale right now, but more so in the future.

DC Comics Presents #26 (1980) First Appearance of The New Teen Titans.

Adventures of Superman (2013) 2nd Series #16 will give a semi-Superman history lesson told by Kamandi. This history class won’t be a bore! Various artists contribute to the different Supermen throughout the years. Should be a great nostalgic look and read.

The Fox channel has a hit on their hands with the show Bob’s Burgers. Now that hit series will become a comic book for the first time; Bobs Burgers (2014) #1. Look for the Midtown Comics Exclusive for only $10. Get some of the cast to sign it. Have it witnessed of course and grade it. It’ll be a unique book to resell to a Bob’s Burgers fan.

Face Value #1 from Autism at Face Value brings the topic of autism front and center. Heroes with autism. It’s an important awareness comic that everyone should check out. If you’d like to learn more about autism and donate go right HERE to the Autism Research Institution.

Other comics you definitely need to check out this week are Wayward (2014 Image) #1, Pop (2014 Dark Horse) #1, Jaegir (2014) #0, Hero Cats (2014 Action Lab) #1, Brainstorm (2014) #1, Shinobi Ninja Princess (2014) #1, and Sundowners (2014) #1.

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DC Comic fans are showing a tremendous outpouring of support regarding their 3D covers. The slick covers have taken the comic shops and the collectors market by storm. The trend continues this week for DC Comics as well as InvestComics. For the past couple of weeks InvestComics has detailed each 3D villain cover with the first appearance of that character. However, the villain pool seems to be thinning out just a bit with some of these adversaries. Perfect time to get that rare breakout book isn’t it? Do not miss any of these comics, there is a potential sleeper(s) hidden amongst the crowd this week. Buckle in; it’s been a fun ride so far as we anticipate more aftermarket greatness! And as always some fantastic reads!

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Wonder Woman (2011 4th Series) #23.1 – Probably one of the weakest villain books of all this week with Cheetah clawing her way into the life of our favorite Amazonian. Cheetah made here first appearance back in 1943’s Wonder Woman #6. Look at that cover! Now look at the current cover. Yes time has been treating Cheetah nicely. Aged well.

Action Comics (2011 2nd Series) #23.3 – Good ol’ Lex Luthor comes a’knockin this week. Of course one of the most recognizable villains of all time; Luthor’s debut came in Action Comics #23 (1940).

Superman (2011 3rd Series) #23.3 – A more recent villain takes the reigns over on the Superman comic this week; H’el is his name and he made his first appearance way back in Supergirl #13 in 2012.

Batman and Robin (2011 2nd Series) #23.3 – A twofer issue, Ra’s al Ghul and League of Assassins. Check out Ra’s debut in the Neal Adams/Denny O’ Neil classic Batman #232 (1971) and League of Assassins made their debut in Strange Adventures #215 (1968) with a Neal Adams cover art.

Swamp Thing (2011 5th Series) #23.1 – While Antone Arcane is not a household name, the first appearance of Arcane came at the helm of one of the most prolific horror penciler’s of all time. He is in fact ‘THE’ horror artist. Swamp Thing #2 (1973) was the first appearance of Arcane drawn by Berni Wrightson. Will the first appearance of Arcane ever stack up against the Ra’s al Ghul or Luthor’s of the world? Probably not, but owning this comic complements any collection. A classic from a legendary artist (and writer, Len Wein!), this is a win.

Batman The Dark Knight (2011 2nd Series) #23.3 – Clayface first appeared in Batman #40 (1940) from creators Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson. Nuff said.

Teen Titans (2011 4th Series) #23.2 – Here we have one of those villains on the cusp of a huge breakout. Already appearing on the hit television show Arrow, Deathstroke will have to make it to the big screen if DC/Warner Bros ever get their comics to film in order. Why would he “have to” make it to the big screen you may ask? Because he’s beloved by comic fans alike, he’s a total bad as*, and he would translate beautifully to the big screen. If you are in the market for a comic that has tremendous upside potential, look no further than The New Teen Titans #2 (1980). Already a high valued comic, it has more room to uptick. The debut of Deathstroke is brought to you by the team of George Perez and Marv Wolfman. What are you waiting for? Go get this comic.

Batman (2011 2nd Series) #23.3 – Penguin’s debut – Detective Comics #58 (1941)

Justice League (2011) #23.3 – Dial ‘H’ for Hero first appears in House of Mystery #156 (1966).

Detective Comics (2011 2nd Series) #23.3 – There were rumors a while back that the Scarecrow was to appear in the next Batman flick. If this occurs, it will mean an already nice payday for the owners of World’s Finest Comics #3 (1941) – first appearance of Scarecrow. Here’s a funny fact. Did you know that back in the day that shock jock Howard Stern turned down the part of the Scarecrow? That would have been something huh?

Justice League of America (2013 3rd Series) #7.3 – The very first Shadow Thief was a male. He appeared The Brave and the Bold #36 (1955).

Flash (2011) #23.3 – The Rogues are an important group because when, not if, when the Flash movie finally makes it to your local theater, this group should be considered as the villains for the film. Yes too much for a first film, but what about the sequel? Yes a big stretch here, but the glass is always half full here at InvestComics! Check out their debut in Flash #130 (1962).

Justice League Dark (2011) #23.2 – A weak showing with Eclipso at the forefront here. Fantastic 3D cover though! House of Secrets #61 (1963) houses the first appearance of Eclipso.

Green Lantern (2011 4th Series) #23.3 – The Black Hand joins the Forever Evil fray. With a Gil Kane cover; Green Lantern #29 (1964) is a nice book to own, first appearance of Black Hand.

That covers your 3D fix for this week. Now onto the Hot Picks!

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DC’s hit series Arrow will bring a television character to “life” in the comic books for the first time. Check out Arrow (2012 DC) #11 for the debut of Roy Harper!

Marvel Comics will bring back the Jester in Daredevil (2011 3rd Series) #31, a long time nuisance for our beloved Daredevil. The Jester debut in Daredevil #42 (1968) written by some guy named Stan Lee. Another return this week from Marvel happens in Thor God of Thunder (2012) #13. Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year, the name Malekith the Accursed should ring a bell. He will be in the new Thor movie coming out this November. Most are probably aware by now too that Thor #344 holds the first appearance of this villain. If you have this comic, be sure to dump it very soon, prices will be coming down very quick once the hype wears off. Malekith is a onetime deal here. He probably will not be showing up in any other Marvel film after this one. Also from Marvel this week, Superior Carnage (2013) #3 will debut of the all new Carnage! This one will fly off the shelf, grab a copy.

Two number one comics are sold out at Diamond this week. Get your hands on these if you can. Zero (2013 Image) #1 will be seeing second printings very shortly, a huge interest in this book. Also Transformers Regeneration One (2012 IDW) #0 is sold out! Maybe a short print run here? Who knows, but IDW seems to have struck a chord with the Transformers base.

Two Dark Horse number one comics to check out this week are Kiss Me Satan (2013) #1 and Buzzkill #1.

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Jay Katz

 

InvestComics Comic Hot Picks 10-3-12 + X-Men Romance

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Welcome to the InvestComics Comic Hot Picks for 10-3-12.

This past week we all read about Stan Lee getting a pacemaker for the ol’ ticker. Everyone here at InvestComics wishes Stan Lee a speedy recovery! We all look forward to seeing you back on the convention circuit! Get well Stan!

InvestComics has been around now for 6 years. Wow, seems like yesterday the free InvestComics’ magazines were going out to the Ebay winners and also sitting on some comic shop counters. Ah, the good old days! Okay enough reminiscing. A few days ago a new exclusive InvestComics article appeared in the newly released Mancave Playbabes digital magazine, issue #3 (October). You can buy it on the InvestComics website right HERE or go to the Mancave Playbabes website right HERE. It’s an honor to be involved with such an upscale product and also an honor that InvestComics has found an Exclusive home as well. Mancave Playbabes saw the InvestComics product and recognized it enough to have a regular monthly column within the magazine. Look for more news concerning the MC/IC team-up!

New York Comic Con 2012 is 11 days away! Being that this is the third consecutive year that InvestComics will be attending as press; the excitement is as though it was the first. This doesn’t get stale at all. Do yourself a favor and visit the convention for at least one day if at all possible. The experience is like being at Disney, but with a different kind of fulfillment. It helps the inner geek more so because it’s for the adults rather than for the kids. Yes weird isn’t it, a comic book convention NOT for children? Yes times have changed.

As teased on the InvestComics Facebook page, InvestComics will do some cool things in relation to YOU the fans and tomorrow we’ll be releasing a cool little news piece that YOU the fan can get involved in. But be sure to be on top of it because there are a limited number of spots! More coming down the pike from the NYCC trip, but that’ll have to wait until we get back. Cool stuff coming!

This past week we all read about Stan Lee getting a pacemaker for the ol’ ticker. Everyone here at InvestComics wishes Stan Lee a speedy recovery! We all look forward to seeing you back on the convention circuit! Get well Stan!

Let’s get started with the “Zero-less” DC comics InvestComics Comic Hot Picks for this week. Yippee, no more Zero issues!

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So what will DC comics do for an encore after what seemed like weeks and weeks of those Zero issues? Well you can start with getting the lame character Penguin back into the mix in Detective Comics #13. Yes that’s right, the Penguin is a lame character, let’s all stop pretending like we really care about him. But maybe, just maybe we’ll get a different spin on him from one of the better writers out there in the comic industry; Mr. John Layman. Of course we all know John from the Image Comics CHEW series, but do we know that John originally had his hands on a Batman comic from 2002? Yes he did, really. Check out Batman/Deathblow: After the Fire #1, you’ll see John Layman as the Editor of that comic. How cool is that!? Encore…..encore!

Okay want more from DC this week? How about Stormwatch #13? Of all the comics to reintroduce Jack ‘The King’ Kirby’s Demon into the New 52 “modern time setting”, it has to be Stormwatch? Okay. Jack Kirby first introduced us to Etrigan the Demon back in 1972. This was and IS essentially Jack Kirby’s character, having his paws all over this comic as Penciler, Cover Artist and Writer. So do yourself a favor and buy the 1972 comic to see a master at work and to own a nice first appearance of a character that is getting reintroduced in today’s “New 52”. Encore…..encore!

Want MORE from DC Comics this week? Tough crowd! Okay how about Action Comics #13? So what to talk this issue up about you ask? How about the cool artistry of Travel Foreman? That’s a start. How about the return of Krypto? Yes now that’s neat! The return of a dog with a cape! YAY for comic books! Superman’s best friend first appeared in Adventure Comics #255 WAY back in 1955. Wow that’s an old dog!! Hold on, let’s get the calculator out, be right back…………………………………….Okay so the age of Krypto here is 399. Not bad! Must be the healthy dog food Clark gives him.

So moving away from Crypto the dog, we find something here just as old here on InvestComics Comic Hot Picks and that’s Marvel’s absence from the list. Not anymore true believers! (Thanks Stan!).

So what does Marvel have to offer up this week that’s worth a mention? How about we have some fun first? It’s always about business! Not really, but that sounded like a nice way to ease into this.

XMenUncanny X-Men #19 presents fans with a kissy kissy romantic cover this week. When first seeing this, it got me thinking about ALL of those romantic poses and kissy covers over the years for the X-Men titles. So I set out and found a bunch of romance for the InvestComics fans. That’s right! Scroll through many X-Men titles, related titles and promo’s pertaining to the art of LOVE from the images below. See don’t say InvestComics never looks out for ya…..

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Amazing Spider-Man #695 brings the Hobgoblin back into Peter’s tormented life. All leading up to the Amazing Spider-Man #700 which will probably make headline news for the “shock” that it will bring….BUT things will settle down and go back to normal, won’t they? Hobby’s first appearance is in Amazing Spider-Man #238 (1983). This amazing (no pun intended) collector’s issue is not only the debut of one of the elite villains within Spidey’s rouge gallery, but also an abundance of creative talent attached here! Here’s the lineup, writer Roger Stern, penciler John Romita Jr. and a cover by Romita Jr. AND Romita Sr.!! This comic needs to be in your collection if it’s not already there, which it should be.

On from the topic of awesomeness to lame and then back to awesomeness. Follow that? Okay so moving on from the topic of Amazing Spider-Man #238 we come to the lame duck this week called Spaceknights #1. This comic collects Spaceknights #1 & 2 from 2000. Wow this is lame. Lame on many levels, but the most glaring and obvious reason is that Spaceknights from 2012 (pinup? mention?) nor the old 2000 miniseries gives the one character that is excluded from the Spaceknights books and that is THE Spaceknight himself ROM. ROM is awesomeness. You see, Marvel cannot include ROM for legal reasons, but can use Spaceknights because they own that. Who cares?? ROM is the prize here. If Disney can buy Marvel Entertainment for 4 Billion dollars, there has to be a way to pry ROM away. Get ROM back Disney! Imagine this, ready for this? A ROM Pixar movie!! YES!!

Well It looks like we’ll all witness the demise of our favorite blind lawyer Matt Murdock, a.k.a. Daredevil this week in Daredevil End of Days. And if it’s any dead giveaway or indication of who is responsible for his death from this cover, it’s Bullseye! Bullseye is THE villain within his rogue gallery. Yes Kingpin is cool, but Bullseye, he’s the thorn that forever lives in his side. Check out the guy who sends Matt to his maker in his first appearance in Daredevil #131 (1976). And to sweeten the debut of Bullseye the story is written by Marv Wolfman.

And finally from Marvel, Avengers vs. X-Men #12 wraps up. Yes hooray.

There are two number one issues to look for this week; Non-Humans #1 from Image Comics and the soon to be megahit Robyn Hood #1 from Zenescope Entertainment. Zenescope recognizes the need for more bad ass female leads and they may well have it!

Thanks all, see you next week. Invest wisely.

Jay Katz

InvestComics – Covers of the Week!

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InvestComics Super Sunday Comic Hot Picks 2-8-12

Welcome to the Super Sunday InvestComics Comic Hot Picks 2-8-12

Yes it’s Superbowl Sunday and it’s also time for your regular Sunday column! Included this week is a special mini gallery, but more on that shortly……Let’s check some Hot Picks first.

DC’s Suicide Squad #6 continues to sell nicely, as most of the New 52 line. This week in SS#6 the Squad needs to hunt down Harley Quinn led by team leader Deadshot. Deadshot is a very cool underrated character at times and it’s about time people stand up and take notice. Deadshot first appeared way back in 1950 in Batman #59. This comic is a light $2000. Not too shabby to take a “shot” at this comic.

Sticking to the death theme here, Deathstroke #6 will be coming out much to the glee of FFFIC’s very own Shaun Sorenson. Shaun loves this book and InvestComics loves this character. Deathstroke is a total badas* and so is his first appearance in The New Teen Titans #2 (1980). Bad as*es George Perez and Marv Wolfman also are attached to this undervalued book. A mere $48 for Mr. Wilson’s first appearance is a steal.

When exactly are we going to get the big reveal in Marvel’s Battle Scar’s? We know it’s coming right? Check out this week’s issue number four upon arrival to see if we get the “I’m Nick Fury’s son” reveal. Should be a nice moment, not shocking right?

FFFIC’s Sebastian Piccione loves the Secret Avengers comic. So much to his glee (everyone is happy this week!) issue number 22 comes out.  The issue features an appearance of Adaptoids. Although the Adaptoids are and will probably always fade into obscurity, it’s always fun to search where these characters originate from. Did you know that the first Super-Adaptoid appeared in Tales of Suspense #82 in 1966? Probably not, but it’s one of those useless knowledge things that maybe you could carry around with you to impress your fellow comic book buddies. Not! Anyway, the cover of TOS #82 features an amazing Jack Kirby cover (as usual) and comes in at the $100 range.

Three more comics to check out also this week are Ted McKeever’s Mondo #1. Ted has been in the game since 1987 and has an extensive resume to say the least. You can own his first published work for only $2! Look for Ted McKeever’s Transit #1 from Vortex Comics. Kevin Keller, Archie’s first gay character Kevin Keller debuts in his new ongoing series. His first appearance is in Veronica #202. Conan #1 from Dark Horse Comics hits the shelf this week. Conan’s first appearance as we all know came in Roy Thomas’/Barry Windsor-Smith’s Marvel book in 1970, a $360 book that looks to be at a stalemate considering the last movie as well as nothing to gain traction for it. Maybe Dark Horse will get the ball rolling again? We’ll see….

Well the Superbowl is upon us. All the hype gets put to rest today and we get to watch a football game! So what does the Superbowl have to do with comics? Absolutely nothing actually! One thing can definitely be said about sports and comics. They just don’t mesh well at all. Want some proof? No problem! Take a look below after the Covers of the Week and you can scroll through a few sports related comics (with a couple of “surprises” for us boys). You’ll soon realize that Sports are sports and Comics are comics, not to be mixed, but fun nonetheless! Enjoy.

See you next week, Invest wisely.

Jay Katz

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DC RETROACTIVE: SUPERMAN – THE ’80S PREVIEW

As part of the DC RETROACTIVE one-shots, a (barely)Pre-Crisis Superman gets a glimpse at the (very) post Crisis DCU and his destiny.

DC RETROACTIVE: SUPERMAN – THE ’80S

Written by MARV WOLFMAN; Art by SERGIO CARIELLO; Cover by DAN JURGENS and LIVEAY

Fan-favorite writer Marv Wolfman revisits the legendary character he helped define in the 1980s in this epic tale of The Man of Steel. A true “lost tale,” this issue connects to CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS in an exciting and unique way! Rounding out this issue is a tale from the 1980s, also written by Wolfman.

  • DC Universe
  • 56pg.
  • Color
  • $4.99 US

On Sale August 10, 2011