Deadpool Checklist

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One of the biggest characters to hit the scene in the 90’s was Deadpool; The Merc with the Mouth. He’s built a cult and fandom following. So much so that comic fans and non comic fans will see Ryan Reynolds next year as Deadpool on the big screen. From the leaked clips and the legit images coming out, it’s going to be a blast.

Here are a few comics to check out as you await the arrival of the movie. Have fun and if you want to add to the list, don’t be shy, comment below!

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Deadpool Checklist

New Mutants #98 (1991) First appearance of Deadpool. Rob Liefeld writes, pencils and cover art. Also the first appearance of Copycat.

X-Force #2 (1991) The very sought after second appearance and the first appearance of Garrison Kane.

X-Force #4 (1991) How about the sideways comic as the third appearance? Like that too?

Nomad #4 (1992) This being his seventh appearance. In a Nomad comic? Yep! His first outside of a mutant title too.

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X-Force #15 (1992) A Greg Capullo Deadpool cover? Yes, right here. (Collaboration)

Deadpool: The Circle Chase (1993) Deadpool’s first solo comic. Joe Mad pencils and cover art. Fabian Nicieza writes.

Avengers #366 (1993) An early and random Deadpool appearance in an Avengers title. A backup story.

X-Force #22 (1993) Deadpool appearance and the first appearance of Sluggo.

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Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #23 (1994) Another random appearance. This time in a Silver Sable book. He even appears on the cover.

The Secret Defenders #15 (1994) Deadpool stars in this three issue arc. Makes all three covers too.

Deadpool #1 (1994) The second mini-series for Deadpool. Mark Waid writes.

Wolverine #88 (1994) Deadpool appears in a Wolverine comic for the first time. Larry Hama writes, Adam Kubert pencils and cover art.

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Deadpool #1 (1997) This number one comic is the beginning of a regular series and not a limited series. First appearance of Patch, Blind Al and Steele Fitzpatrick (C.F.). Art and cover by Ed McGuinness. Words by Joe Kelly.

Daredevil/Deadpool 97 #1 (1997) The first Daredevil/Deadpool team-up.

Deadpool #14 (1998) First appearance of Ajax. To appear in the movie.

Black Panther #22 (2000) Here’s a random appearance in a Black Panther comic. A scarce book.

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Cable & Deadpool #1 (2004) Two of the most fierce characters in the 90’s team-up for a regular ongoing series. Liefeld cover naturally.

Superman Batman Annual #1 (2006) This comic already made its rounds all over the place years ago, but here it is folks. Deadpool meets Deathstroke in a DC Comic!

Deadpool #1 (2008) Reset button hit.

Ms. Marvel #40 (2009) Random appearance in a Ms. Marvel book. Makes the cover too.

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Amazing Spider-Man #611 (2010) First appearance in a Spidey comic. Awesome Skottie Young cover.

Wolverine #1 (2010) Amazing J. Scott Campbell variant. Extremely scarce retail variant. $2500 or more……

Deadpool #1 (2013) ….And another reset button push. Tony Moore pencils.

Deadpool #34 (2014) This 3D cover was an unexpected surprise and is a hard one to get.

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The latest from Chris comes your way. Some great picks in the back issue bins! Click ahead to find out what you need to be buying…..soon!

The Comic Broker’s Corner
by Topher Seal
Just returned from my local shop’s FCBD extravaganza and I must say that The Time Capsule in Cranston, Rhode Island pulled no punches trying to get every last person a free comic. I was pleased to see the store packed with kids instead of stoned fanboys and trust me when I tell you that the girl dressed as Harley Quinn nearly caused a few accidents as she bounced and giggled up and down the sidewalk.
Since then I have spent the last few days reading the comics I left with and posting tweets as Agent Orange: Larfleeze! If anyone knows where I can find a Larfleeze mask let me know, I want to create an avatar of him drinking on Orange Julius.

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What if ? Featuring Planet Hulk (1st Skaar).
The son of Hulk makes his way to Earth to meet daddy this summer and that can only mean one thing-stalemate. Even so the action should be fun and generate good sales for Marvel so look to this book for the first peep at Big Banner’s offspring!

 

 

 

 

Wizard of Oz Book Market Variant Issue 1 (Marvel 2009)

cbboz.gifPersonally I don’t get the hype on this book but it already has a following so large it can’t be denied.  Though I am happy that a kids books has become so popular I have to wonder why parents would bother when you can give your kids the original books?  Comic adaptations like this bother me in some ways because they usually only act as a summary for  masterpieces.
With issue 1 selling enough copies to equal the oz.  weight in gold of the entire yellow brick road I think it’s time to tell people there is a book market variant for the first issue.  From what I gather it is the hardest version to find.

 

 

 

The Surrogates 1-5

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Better get your copies of all 5 issues of this baby cause by the time Bruce Willis’s adaptation hits the theaters you are gonna be sorry.  With one of the more creative sci-fi setting this trader has ever read through,  the Surrogates manages to keep me highly entertained despite an artistic style that’s not quite this trader’s  thing.

 

 

 

 

 

Penny Comics of the month: SPECIAL DEADPOOL SECTION

I told you all last week to check back for Deadpool appearances.  Listed here are some of my favorites you just might not know about.

Wolverine 88 (Vol.  1)

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Add Deadpool as a primary villain in Wolverine’s new action flick and this meeting between the two equals  back issue bargain.

 

 

 

 

 

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Silver Sable 23

 

 

 

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New X-men 22 (Cover Only)

 

 

 

Blue Chip Book of the Month

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DC’s Blackest Night Storyline running through the GL books looks to be another engrossing read this summer.  Revealed in FCBD’s Blackest Night # 0, the Black Hand is a Lantern set to unearth more un-dead treats from the list of DC’s Deceased.  This classic  features The Black Hand’s first appearance.  I started my search for one and to my surprise I snuck one out for under thirty bucks in VF+.  Take a look around now before its too late.