Hellboy’s first appearance and some other books…

Today the first appearance of Emperor Palpatine should be hot.  It won't be but it should.  Now I know it's in some hard to find, obscure UK comic but man that trailer should spark some serious interest.  Come on, he's one of the greatest sci-fi villain ever!

Anyway…I am going to discuss a limited number of books this week because I really want to focus on explaining why Next Men 14 could be one of the more undervalued comics in back issue bins across America.

Enjoy!

Next Men 14

First appearance of Hellboy and first appearance of Hellboy in color.  Origin of Hellboy

The definition of dollar bin diving is right here.  This book is plentiful ( right now ) and shouldn't cost you more than a buck, probably less.  So here is the thing, John Byrne hid a treat inside and oddly enough no one has seen it until now.

A few days ago comic guru Jon Z clued me in to a con book that just sold for 5 grand because there was a prototype pin up of Hellboy.  Even I have a problem with labeling that, or Dime Press 4 as the first appearance of Hellboy.  The images are prototypes.  As a die hard fan I want those regardless but Hellboy is red and has a distinct look.  The sale got me thinking about the character and I remembered how great Next Men was so I decided to reread Next Men 21 for fun.  What I realized is how much I had forgotten.  In it Hellboy is a comic book character in the world of Next Men's heroes.  It sure surprised them when Hellboy actually shows up.  Realizing how comics were such a big part of the narrative I figured why not read the whole series.  Sure enough after awhile every issue had something comic book related, a comic store appears, a poster or statue of a fake hero.  Cut to issue 14 and there in the background is a poster of Hellboy in a comic store.  Not only that but the page before has two of the books main characters discussing Hellboy's origin as a comic hero!

So why is this image there?  Well John Byrne was helping Mignola script the Hellboy comic at this time.  He knew Hellboy was going to appear and the origin makes sense as the Next Men search for Action Maxx who's adventures are rumored to be true.  What ends up happening is kind of amazing.  John Byrne becomes the first artist, not Mignola to draw Hellboy in color in a comic.  This comic also book predates SDCC 2, technically making it the first appearance of Hellboy.  Now you can argue it's an obscured image but thankfully here is no doubt it is him and I suspect Hellboy fans will want this.  As for me,  I'm hoping that one day some of those other fake characters come back like the Blue Dahlia and the Walrus ( who's claws came wayyyy before X-23!  )

NOTE:  There is also a Next Men promotional store poster which does   have the cover to NM 21 on it and it was released prior to Next Men 21

 

Walking Dead 27

First appearance of the Governor

Anyone see Zombieland?  It was a laugh out loud kill fest in a sea of crap comedies.  This movie was filled with great pop culture references including a nod to the Walking Dead.

 

 

Aggretsuko: The Guide to Office Life

Apparently this popular animated show is getting a comic release.  This book is already out and parts of its structure are in comic format.

———-COVERS!!!———-

 

Here's a few I like this week

 

 

Batman Claratin Seasonal Allergy Giveaway

Hard to find in high grade this one has a pretty sweet animated style cover.

 

 

Retro Comix 50's 1-3

 

 

Punx Manga Special

This low printed book has a killer Lau cover and fits nicely into the chicks on hover bikes collector's category!

 

 

81 comments

  • Ben C

    Wonder if the Next Men will hold value or if folks will default back to 21.

    Either way great work as always!!

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    Damn Topher.. There you go shaking things up in the comic book world.. that book is dollar bin no more..

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    I may as well be reading Key Collector Comics. You’re just pushing fake comic spec. Hellboy doesn’t appear in this book, it’s a poster on a wall and a name mention. The character himself is not in the comic. He does not speak. He is not present. He is not in this book.

    • Topher

      Find me a single definition of first appearance where speaking is required!
      Hellboy fans will want this sir. Not only that, it’s the first time his name is mentioned in the narrative of a comic!

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        So by that definition, Dormammu’s first appearance is Strange Tales 115 because his name is mentioned, not 126 where he actually appears? That’s an absurd standard you’re attempting to set. As an author on a site designed around accurate spec and as a tool to help people not as in the know about such things, you should hold yourself to a higher standard than this.

        • Topher

          Nope! Can you not read? I said,” Not only that”

          HELLBOY’S red image appears in print in this book. It is not my fault you don’t like it for whatever reason, you cannot simply Donald Trump this. Poster, flyer, whatever…he is there and named.

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            My, you’re a sensitive one. Relax, no one is trying to “Trump” you. Just get a bit of honesty out of you. I don’t like it because it’s not valid. I have read the comic. There is no origin. The personification of the character isn’t there. Just a partially covered poster. This isn’t an appearance. This is conjecture at best. Saying Hellboy’s name is mentioned in this comic and that there is a picture of home would be accurate, but an actual appearance and origin, not so much.

          • Topher

            Nothing sensitive about me. I just don’t like nonsensical responses. When I say Trump I simply mean lying in the face of truths which is exactly what you are doing.

            Look, the origin of Hellboy as presented in Next Men 21 is that he is a comic book characters, not real. The first time this is stated is in this book! It is directly connected to his appearance in NM 21 and the shock those characters exhibit when seeing him. It is like you or me walking through NYC to get soup and Spider-Man actually swings into line cutting us off. It makes him real. This is important. The evens of NM 21 are directly connected to this, then we get a cool little picture of Hellboy in color in a comic well before NM 21. If you can’t see the importance of that fine. I cannot help you. But it is part of his origin and he does appear in color and named. If that is a weak narrative to you so be it but it is not untrue.

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        So that means you agree Great Salt Lake Comic Con 91 constitutes a first with that logic and your Next-Men isn’t a 1st appearance.

        • Topher

          Next Men 21 has never been considered a first because of SDCC 2. This book predates that one.

          Dime Press is a prototype image. I like that book but you can’t argue against prototype images as firsts for years and then now try and say they can be firsts because you don’t like the fact that this went undiscovered. Again has Hellboy in color appeared anywhere else?
          Do you see Hellboy in red in this book?
          Is he named?
          You like the some others should answer those.

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    Calling Next Men 14 a first appearance and a origin story is a bold statement. It’s an obscured POSTER of Hellboy and one of the characters calling Hellboy real isn’t an origin story.

    • Topher

      If you think this image won’t matter in a world where con programs with prototypes sell for 5000 you are nuts.
      Go look at what Dime Press 4 sells for, that’s a prototype too.
      This book has an image of the character, in red mind you, that predates sdcc. That is important and yea that’s first.
      As for the origin I can’t tell you haven’t read the comic, in fact i’m not even sure you didn’t just skim over my article. This book ties in directly to issue 21 and is the first discussion ever of who hand what he is. Take your agenda elsewhere.

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        Jesus Christ on a cross! The only person pushing any agenda is clearly you. A poster that is completely red is not a first appearance so stop saying it is. Seriously! Say it out loud and you will finally realize how ridiculous you sound. Imagine you in a situation trying to sell this book to someone.

        YOU:“Yeah this Issue of next men 14 is the first appearance of Hellboy”.

        Victim: “Oh really?!?!? Where is he?”

        YOU: *You open the book and you place your finger on a god damn POSTER OF HELLBOY and you say.* “He’s right here!”

        Victim:“Where?”

        YOU: “Right here in the poster on the wall!”

        Victim(utterly confused at this point): “But does Hellboy actually show up in this comic?

        YOU: “No but a poster of Hellboy does.”

        Yeah I haven’t read any of these books but I don’t have to. I read your article and your comments and it still doesn’t make Next Men 14 his first appearance.

        First time we hear the name Hellboy? Ok. Does it have value? Sure. Do we actually see the character Hellboy? NO! We see A POSTER of Hellboy.

        • Topher

          Lol. We see an image of Hellboy, in color before any other image was published That is gonna have value kid and if you think otherwise you live in a dream world.

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            I said “sure” it has value. I even agreed with you on the first time we see the name Hellboy in comics. But you come back and call me a “kid” as you type out “lol” as a kid would. Ironic much?! Before you accuse me of pushing an agenda as you are pushing one on this website? A really bad one at that. Seriously, what’s your problem? Is this how you talk to people in real life?!?!?
            Calling this the first appearance of Hellboy? You are wrong all day on this and CBSI should remove this article for bad journalism. Let me spell this out for you again. ITS A POSTER OF HELLBOY. P-O-S-T-E-R! Hellboy actually never shows up in this. If anything this should be called the first poster appearance of Hellboy and first mentioning of Hellboy. Or something to that degree. I would agree with that all day.

          • Topher

            I apologize for calling you kid bub but your tone warrants a smidgen of hostility on may part!

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    I’ll continue down here.

    I’m not disputing that the colour partial poster of Hellboy is in the comic. I’m not disputing that it’s connected, distantly, to his origin. I am disputing that it is his first appearance and origin, which it is not. Saying so is misleading and simply not true. You have a responsibility that comes with your position as a writer on this site to get these facts straight and call it what it is. I’m sorry that we can’t agree on this matter, but it draws a wavy line for what a first appearance is on an already shaky definition.

    • Topher

      So you said a lot but are explaining nothing and in no valid way disputing my statements. I call em as I see em. As for “ distantly “. you apparently still haven’t read Next Men 21. We learn in 14 that there is a guy named Hellboy ( who has never been seen before!!! ) and he is held in the same esteem as freakin’ Spider-Man! Then 7 issues later that comic hero is proven to be real!

      Read the books sir, that is all I have to say. I did otherwise I would not have posted.

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        Great Salt Lake Comic Con 91 disputes you’re whole argument.

        • Topher

          No it doesn’t and I have already discussed that. That book is not a comic and publishes and uncolored image that is not Hellboy. Name me a another comic where he appears that came out prior.

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        I have read both books. There’s nothing there that reflects the title you’re attempting to give it. There’s no other way to say that. You’re reaching for something that isn’t there and it’s misleading to people who may not know better so you can boost a worthless book.

        And you are the one that brought politics into this, intended or not. Don’t deflect it as though it was someone else. You brought it up.

        • Topher

          No one has been misled and you are still saying nothing while typing a lot! Again for the last time, Hellboy is an fictional character in the NM world as ESTABLISHED here. That narrative is picked right back up in NM 21. That is something there is no way around.
          Honestly I don’t care what a few old troll think! Anser the questions;
          Does Hellboy’s image appear?
          Is he is color?
          Is his name mentioned for the first time?
          Does that happen is a story ?
          Is that story directly tied to NM 21?

          When you answer all those honestly at the very least you have a piece of Hellboy history that was previously unknown and though we argue the strength of the appearance it is an appearance just the same.

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            But now you’re changing the basis of your own argument. I have agreed with these things. That’s not what I am arguing. You said It was Hellboy’s first appearance, which implies that the character himself appears, which he does not. If I have a picture of the Eiffel Tower on my wall, it’s not the actual Eiffel Tower. And the origin you claim simply isn’t there. Acknowledging that he is a comic character tells nothing of the origin of Hellboy himself. It tells the origin of the experiences the characters will have in Next Men 21 when he is shown to be real, but that’s it. That is what is misleading and that is where you are wrong. Maybe you should leave the first appearances to Dale Valiant Horton. At least he fact checks.

          • Topher

            Maybe you should leave these desperate, reaching arguments to someone else. If you agree that his image appears then that is all I need!

            You Eiffel tower comparison is odd. Does an image of the tower APPEAR on your wall? Can we ever actually see the real Hellboy in person?

            This is w comic book not a French landmark.

            As for the origin it is the FIRST time he is discussed in s narrative and we are told he is a fictional comic character in NM. There is no dancing around that, sorry.

    • Topher

      Did you even read the article. Go do that. I tell you it’s a dollar book and explain why it has value to fans. You must be sitting on a stack of Dime Press! Poster, flyer…doesn’t matter. His red image appears in a comic for the first time. Explain how that isn’t true. No one has so far!

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        No buddy, the Eiffel Tower argument is spot on. That is exactly what you are trying to pass off as a first appearance. Maybe you should actually read what I’VE been writing instead of jumping on the defence as soon as someone doesn’t agree with you completely. I never said the poster wasn’t there. It’s there as clear as the sun on a cloudy day. I said that it cannot be labeled as a first appearance because the character isn’t there in the room with them, the poster is. And for what seems like the 10th time, you’re wrong again. I don’t have any Dime Press. I don’t have any real interest in Hellboy. What I do have an interest in is pointing out someone who has a bunch of copies of a nothing book, wrote a mislabeled, reaching article and used his position on this website to bolster it so he could sell it at a premium to people who trust what he says is true. You’re just wrong. In a moral and authorial sense.

        • Topher

          We can argue all day whether it is a first or not. What is indisputable is that red Hellboy APPEARS. Are you serious with all this?
          I see you are ticked off, good. Your argument is a warm pile of poodoo. Insults like those are the last bastion of the defeated pal.

          As for your baseless assumptions….
          Do I have a bunch of copies? No. I have one, the book I bought when it came out.
          There is nothing mislabeled. He APPEARS.
          Have I sold a single copy? No.
          Am I immoral? Sometimes….but not in the realm of comics!

          Your accusations here expose you. Your predetermined conspiracy theory is the same ol tired crap people with agendas vomit all over forums and chat boards. It’s nothing new which is unlike the discovery of this book which IS new and something that will be of value to Hellboy fans. That is really what matters to me. Not sales, or investments or the next flash in the pan, manufactured comic collectible. If I have any agenda myself that is it.

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            There were no insults there. Just what I believe has happened. No agenda to spread around. Not pushing anything. I simply don’t like your view on this topic. Not ticked off. I am actually quite enjoying myself. And I am dead serious about all I said. But, you are correct for once. We could argue all day. Simply agreeing to disagree seems to be the only was to prevent this from devolving into basic name calling, so I will say that you have your views and I have mine and just quietly leave. Try not to be so sensitive about mild criticism. Debate is a long standing tradition in the comic community. Try to catch up with the rest of us.

          • Topher

            Ah ya had to try and take a parting shot. Listen, I have been doing this a looonnnngggg time and had heard far worse. At the end of the day you have provided no counterpoint, just random insults and gibberish. I love the debate or I wouldn’t respond! Good idea to leave though, trust me you won’t be missed!

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    “Donald Trump this”? Why bring politics into a comic book discussion? Makes no sense.

    • Topher

      We don’t need to discuss politics to know that his name is currently the best way to explain what your are trying to do.

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        OK, but today’s political environment is nuts and that is a huge understatement. My point is by bringing any of it into a conversation, just by using a polarizing name “Trump”, “Pelosi” whatever, you run the risk of alienating those who may not agree with you politically (right, left, middle) or simply run the risk of unnecessarily escalating a conversation into a full blown argument that had nothing to do with what was originally being discussed. Not saying that is happening here but I have seen it many times elsewhere. Just friendly advice, keep it to comics only. Your readers will have a much better time short and long term.

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        You’re calling people Trump, meanwhile you’re arguing and promoting falsehoods.

        • Topher

          Alana, Hellboy’s image and name appear in the book.
          Byrne was scripting Hellboy comics set to come out. I see you haven’t read NM 21 either! Man a little Hellboy discovery sure brings out the monsters!

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            I have Dime press, SDCC, and Next -Men 21 I’ve never even seen the Great Salt Lake book for sale. We can call it a prototype but it’s really not because it’s named on the Art Hellboy. It’s not like the Foom book for the Wolverine prototype where it appears to be a different character. No it’s not a first appearance in comic or first color appearance but it is a first appearance in print. To hardcore Hellboy fans it is their current Hellboy holy grail.

  • Topher

    Alana that is insane. you are trying to say a prototype image with no story is a first but a poster of the final character in color inside a comic is not!
    And of the art is named?! So is this! His name is on the poster! I will remember that you said prototype images are first appearances! 😆

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      Topher why don’t you actually look in a Great Salt Lake book and you’ll shut the fuck up. 2 full pages and named.

      http://www.recalledcomics.com/SDCC-Comics2andDimePress4.php

      • Topher

        Ummm looks like your can’t read either! Check that link again br…er….sista!
        SLC Con-prototype image, not Hellboy
        Dime Press 4-Prototype cover image.
        SDCC 2 has a story in black and white ( I never disputed this )

        NM 14 PREDATES SDCC 2!

        I see facts have shredded your stability.

        • Topher

          There are no sequential pages in slc or dime press, that is the sdcc 2 you are referring too, something I have never disputed .

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            What are you talking about the two pictures shown are what’s in Salt Lake 91 boom and a commissioned drawing of Hellboy from the store owner that attended that con in 91. So maybe you need to actually read what I posted instead telling me I can’t read. You can call it a prototype all you want the guy at the con asked for a commission of Hellboy he didn’t ask for a prototype Hellboy commission. Thats like saying the original Xmen are a prototype because they look slightly different today. And again never called this a first full or cameo but a first or acomkc appearance at all its 1st appearance in print. Just like the Harley Golden book is 1st in print but not 1st appearance in comic.

          • Topher

            Alana those are not the final Hellboy. They are prototype pinups that is all. If you personally want to say that prototype pin ups are firsts then fine, enjoy your island.

            SDCC is first full but not first color. Personally I think all are major Hellboy collectibles, which now should include NM 14.

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            “An initial concept drawing of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy (which differed greatly from the character we know today) was first published in a pamphlet for the Great Salt Lake Comic-Con back in 1991 and, at the con itself, a further sketch was produced by Mignola (commissioned by local comic store owner):” those are the photos shown right below the beginning spelled out for you above.

          • Topher

            Nothing can change the fact that the images in slc are pinup prototypes, not in a story and not in color!

            I wish I had one but it isn’t a first. SDCC is first full but….
            not first color either. Answer this….
            what comic book shows Hellboy in his final red color first?😏

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    The hate is strong!!! The only ones pushing agendas here are the people bashing this AMAZING find!!! Let the market be the judge!! Keep doing what you do Topher! Your the man!

    • Topher

      Appreciated Andy! Truly. I love it when the same tired voiced crawl from their dark, dank holes! SOme of these arguments are actually laugh out loud funny too.

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        Not sure if this was already mentioned, but a lot of people consider DeadWorld 10 and Gobbeldeygook 1 first appearance books, even though in both cases the characters only appear in advertisements. I personally don’t consider them first appearances but I could see this Next Men book being called a first appearance by this same crowd. It is definitely a worthy call-out.

        • Topher

          I agree. I think the problem for some is that my weekly article is called True Firsts so immediately everyone sees that and gets their feathers ruffled instead of just looking at the book for what it is, an undiscovered piece of Hellboy’s history.

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        Topher, bodying these guys one by one…….Hahahaha

        Keep up the good work man.

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    I wouldn’t consider a thumbnail sketch on a background poster a 1st appearance, but if that’s what works for people then who am I to knock it?

    I’m still putting my money in SDCC 2, that will always be what I consider a true first. Dime Press 4 & that Salt Lake book are definitely important and way more valuable, but when you look inside a SDCC #2 you can’t tell me that’s not his 1st.

    • Topher

      SDCC is his first full and in black and white. This book simply predates it.
      If we look at it in context this book is important. All of Byrne’s characters, Sin City’s Marv, Concrete, they all make appearances being pulled in from their universes. The other comic characters like Trogg and Action Maxx all are proven to be real even though they are comic characters in Next Men. So not only does he appear, clearly hidden by Byrne, but we learn who he is and that he is a hero for the first time. Whatever people want to call it- a first or a cameo or an Easter egg…at the end of the day we have to answer this,
      In what comic do we see Hellboy in color for the first time.

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        Does the image of an image count? And where do we draw the line? I like the conversation this has sparked, it’s definitely something worth dissecting further.

        This reminds me of the whole John Constantine debate. Is that him in the background panel of Swamp-Thing 25, or just a drawing of Sting? Stuff like this is interesting to me.

        • Topher

          I like the debate too especially when it is civil and not fueled by anti CBSI trolls with agendas!

          So yea it’s a poster of a character who is clearly popular in this universe who is later proven to be real.

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            I agree, we need more civility in comment sections.

            And that’s totally Sting, by the way. LOL

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    Topher, I’d like to read your take on whether or not Action Comics #251 is actually the first appearance of Supergirl, not AC #252. In #251, there is an ad for the cover of Supergirl #252, but it’s not the same image. It’s like they decided to redraw a better version for the cover of #252.

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    There’s no doubt this is great find and a book for a Hellboy completist. The only thing I would change which obviously ruffled peoples feathers is the wording. I know the market will decide on whatever it wants but I would have gone with “1st mention and partial poster image of Hellboy in a comic book.” That’s truly based on what I see when reading the book.
    I’m not surprised this book made the Top 10 this week. I saw that coming. LOL

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    Let’s just say one is David Harbour Hellboy And one is Ron Perlman Hellboy and call it a day, truce Topher and let’s be friends again.

  • A. J. Diesel

    The market always decides. But damn…I do love my guy Topher for starting the discussion. Well done brother.

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    Hey Thopher how much money have you made so far selling that garbage?

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    That scribbled poster has “Helldo” written on it. This is definitely the first appearance of Helldo in poster form. Argue that.

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    As a collector, amateur at best, “what is a first appearance?” is the single most confusing and frustrating aspect of this hobby. There are so many different rules that seem to be tossed around. Is there dialogue, more than one panel, name, interaction, etc. None of which seem to be consistent across the board. How many first appearances can a character have? Who should be allowed to dictate what is the first appearance? Publisher? Grading companies? Retailer? Market? Who has the most to gain? Who is right or wrong? Lets take this discussion about NM 14 for example. Super neat and interesting find, but hasn’t the market already dictated what the first appearance is? Is the market wrong? Are they allowed to be wrong? Is a non-participating background piece really a first appearance or should that fall into the ever more confusing “cameo appearance” category? So many questions. Regardless of I believe, thanks for the article.

    • Topher

      No problem and thank you for the reply. Because there is no consistent definition I think the best thing to do is ask yourself are you selling, collecting or both? You are going to make a lot more money if you have a copy of Dime Press 4 than Next Men 14. But remember there are reasons why. If you are a Hellboy collector it then becomes important to know what you are spending your money on. Do you want every appearance including prototypes? Have you researched Dime Press? Is it only valuable because of perceived rarity? Do fanzines count? Because there are so many variables I write these articles for a simple reason. I want to disseminate the information based on what is accurate, not what can be manipulated.
      Let’s take Hellboy as an example. People here will type all sorts of comments to try and cheapen the find but the information cannot be proven wrong.
      Hellboy’s final design image appears, in red and named for the first time anywhere and in a comic.

      Here is how I would label the books in question:

      SLC-To date the earliest appearance so I would label it: First prototype image of Hellboy, first know publication to name a character Hellboy. Con pamphlet, no narrative and not a comic book.

      Dime Press 4-First cover and prototype image of Hellboy, in color but not red and not the final design. Fanzine appearance, no narrative, foreign publication.

      Next Men 14-First appearance of Hellboy’s likeness in red and in a story via background poster. First time the name Hellboy is used within a narrative explaining his origin in the Next Men Universe. First comic to credit Mignola’s Hellboy with trademark, in indicia. ( NOTE: Hellboy image was not drawn by Mignola ) Cameo appearance in background.

      SDCC 2-First full appearance of Hellboy. First solo story, not a preview.

      Next Men 21-First color cover Hellboy appearance, first full color appearance, continued origin from Next Men 14 and the overall narrative of comic characters who crossover into Next Men as real. First appearance of BPRD logo.

      Seed of Destruction 1 First appearance of Hellboy in solo title. First appearance of the BPRD.

      I think the problem with comics is that we put to much value on the first and this is from someone who writes about and collects them! IF the story were sooooo important as some would have believe then many, many other Hellkoy books would be worth a lot more!

      Do your research, buy what you love and if someone tells you something is wrong in the face of overwhelming evidence ask yourself what they make have to gain.

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        For real! As you have very well described there are so many different first appearances. With a compelling enough argument I’m sure people could come up with more! And that’s really the crux of my frustration as I grin and shake my fist in the air. I’m totally in the boat of collect what you like (saw that Marvel Action 10 1:10 months ago, and got in an order w/ lcs before it blew up this week). If it turns out to be valuable in one way or another, freaking awesome. It would be nice to be able to pickup pieces as an investment of sorts. I think that folks need to realized or remember (myself included) that there are always inherent risks to any investment, comics included. I feel like some clear definition and limitation in the industry would go very far. Possibly even increasing overall value. I think the ambiguity of this hobby lends itself to the ability for people/shops to take advantage of collectors. Personally, its why I stay away from ebay purchases. Cheers!

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    Yeah. I’ve been sitting here all week thinking about posting about Helldo. That’s definitely what I’VE been doing. Never has one man pumped so hard.

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