Bart Allen

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  1. Unsurprisingly Marvel Chillers #1 has seen a notable spike in sales - seriously hoping that Modred appears in the MCU after the reveal in Wandavision's last episode
  2. But FYI: both The High Republic #3 and The High Republic Adventures #2 fall on the same day ~
  3. Given the amount of issues from both High Republic #1 and High Republic Adventures #1 that are being sent in, I thought I'd make a request for key comments on the slabs, which seem to be missing from those that've been received ~ The details are correct for the art comments, though The High Republic #1 should include the following key comments: 1st appearance of Keeve Trennis, Vetar, Estala Maru, Lekaki, Kanrii and the 1st comic appearance of Matari, Lina Soh, Sskeer and Voru; and the 1st full appearance of Avar Kriss. The High Republic Adventures #1 contains the following key c
  4. Yeah, you're right - I just focused on the second issue (with omissions) due to the fact it shares a co-credit with HPA for the Nihil appearance ~
  5. It's both the first appearance of the Nihil and the first cameo appearance of Merchion Ro
  6. I missed that, as I was totally transfixed with Marchion But technically HRA 1 should be the first appearance of the Nihil in comics as opposed to HR #1 - both falling on the same release day.
  7. Small changes based on the fact I've just read both of these comics - both of these comics were released on the same day: The High Republic #2 1st appearance one Nihil member. The High Republic Adventures #1 1st appearance of Baro, Bibs, Torban Buck, Farzala, Zeen Mrala, Qort, Lula Talisola, 5-6 members of the Nihil, Tromak the Elders of the Path, as well as the 1st cameo appearance of Marchion Ro, the leader of the Nihil In The High Republic #2 there was only 1 Nihil, whereas in The High Republic Adventures #1 there were around 5-6 of them, not forgetting the leader
  8. I know Weekly Shōnen Jump #43 is the first appearance of Naruto - technically a manga, but I'm curious what would constitute as his 1st American appearance, akin to Viz's Dragonball Z #1 being Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, and Vegeta's in 1985. I've been looking and CGC doesn't seem to have an official key comment-label on the verification page to clarify this ~ Though, I know in 2018 Free Comic Book Day released a Shonen Jump Special, and in May 2020, they released a Naruto comic as written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto ~ What do you think? All comments are welcomed
  9. Awesome! Well Michael B Jordan did say he's attempting to build a Universe of sorts from Static film, so there's a possibly that Xombi appears eventually - he should, as he's part of Main Five of Milestone; but even if he doesn't the comics will increase due to their estimated print run, also that includes Milestone Returns ~ At least that's my logic - but I just checked: Xombi is back but his origin will be different, wherein he merges with a female
  10. You're absolutely right! Slimer's runs are pretty low too, but yeah I've never seen original art ~ It was a spin off from The Real Ghostbusters animated show, which was named as such - I do believe - do separate association from 'The Ghost Busters', which was a completely different show.
  11. The High Republic #1 1st appearance of Keeve Trennis, Vetar, Estala Maru, Lekaki, Kanrii and the 1st comic appearance of Matari, Lina Soh, Sskeer and Voru; also the 1st full appearance of Avar Kriss. The High Republic #2 1st appearance of the Nihil in comics (same release date as High Republic Adventures #1 - HPA#1 also is the 1st appearance of the Nihil - so unsure if it'll be a cameo or a full appearance) The High Republic Adventures #1 1st appearance of Baro, Bibs, Torban Buck, Farzala, Zeen Mrala, Qort, Lula Talisola and the Elders of the Path, as well as the 1st c
  12. Surprised there wasn't an individual thread on this topic ~ I've noticed a slight increase in purchases of the Real Ghostbusters' UK and US comic versions since the announcement of Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021) ~ The UK editions were released before the American versions, and there's not a great deal of information on the print runs of these, though at the very least Comichron suggested the North American presale numbers for The Real Ghostbusters #14 to be at 2,850 - so god knows what the possible estimates up to The Real Ghostbusters #28 - the last issue, mind you - are like
  13. Since the news of The Tales of Dunk and Egg aired - one of the prequels to Game of Thrones -, the value of Image Comics' The Hedge Knight #1-7 has seen an increase ~