CBSI GIVEAWAY : HEART ATTACK #1, The One Stop Shop Exclusive Variant

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Heart Attack #1 Eric Zawadzki The One Stop Shop Exclusive Variant

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(W) Shawn Kittelsen (A) Eric Zawadzki, Michael Garland (CA) Eric Zawadzki
SERIES PREMIERE! Superpowers and teenage romance collide in the newest Skybound original by SHAWN KITTELSEN (Mortal Kombat 11) and ERIC ZAWADZKI (The Dregs, Eternal)!
Gene therapy has saved Americans from disease-only to give birth to Variants: people with powers so unique, the government denies their human rights. But a rebellion has begun…
Charlie North is on the run from the police when he crosses paths with Jill Kearney. Instant attraction becomes mass destruction when they unlock powers neither knew they had. Now, the question isn’t how to use them-but how far they’re willing to go.
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    Spawn/Batman one-shot.. the back and forth dialogue Batman and Alfred, Batman and Spawn exchange is second to none and the artwork is nifty too

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    Single comic of all time – Animal Man #5 Coyote Gospel – one of those books that I put down just said wow –

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    That is easy for me. It was GI Joe #2. The issue was not important in anything but that it is brought to me by my father when I broke my hip and was in the hospital. It was the first time he ever bought me a comic book even though I had collected them for years before that book was released. I still have that book as it means that he accepted my hobby and me. We were all looked on as man boys by people and that trend continued until the Big Bang Theory made being a geek cool. For me it happened early with that book and my dad accepting this geek.

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    Wolverine 1 Frank Miller because it was the very 1st comic I ever read.

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    Been collecting uncanny X-Men since I was 14. bought every issue starting at 108, stopped at 398.

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    Ultimate X-men #41. Random choice but a really well written and sad story about Wolverine having to kill a kid whose mutant power commits indiscriminate genocide. One of the better characterizations of Wolvie. Read this if you haven’t.

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    Amazing Spider-Man 101. I love the 6 arms, first apperance and cover!

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    Mind MGMT #1
    I love the complete use of page and the varied methods of storytelling.

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    East of west, saga, and black science are three of my favorites. Why? They all have very vast world building and I really feel like I live in one of those story worlds.

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    Don’t laugh, but Batman / Elmer Fudd Special #1. I was shocked that the Looney Tunes game could be so perfectly portrayed in a Batman-esque comic and world. It was so perfectly done I can only hope that build this specific world out more someday!

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    Avengers 158. Great Kirby cover, Wonder Man in the original green outfit. Read this one hundreds of times as a kid.

  • Bill

    Silver Surfer #4. At the time the Silver Surfer and Thor were the 2 strongest Marvel heroes in existence. To see them do battle with that most famous of covers and art by Big John Buscema; with storytelling by Stan at his finest storytelling – well – this issue just did it for me in all ways. I still go back to read it occasionally

  • MerrillMarauder

    We can agree that the X-Men property hasn’t been up to snuff as of late, convoluted story lines, forgettable new characters and flashy but no substance plots, but Hickman seemly fixed all of that in his six run mini. I am raving about his works in all of the comic groups i’m in and my favorite books House and Power of X 1-6. I’ve been reading comics since I was 9 yr old, and these books has gotten me really excited bout good story telling again.

  • Uglyinthemornin

    Bullseye issue 2 from Charlton comics.
    Cap Catnip and Womble batting Ratman. A simple comic but highly adventurous in the eye of a child. First taste of heroes and villain. For me as a kid a launch pad my love for comics.

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    My favorite comic book is Uncanny X-Men #131 as that was the book my older brother read to me to encourage me to read for enjoyment as opposed to the chore of mandatory reading in school for education.

  • Spector

    Uncanny X-men #169. I saw it on the spinner rack at a supermarket as a kid, and it was something different, something new, something I had never seen before. I squatted along the magazine fixture and lost myself in the book for a half an hour. I had only a few dollars to spend, and made sure I came home with that book. This sparked a long run of the series that I enjoyed. I recently (within the last year) repurchased this book to put back in my pc for the nostalgia.
    And…thanks for also bringing up heart attack. I forgot while picking up new books today. Even if not a winner here, it is a book I will be looking for.

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    Batman #255. Len Wein. Neal Adams. Batman vs a werewolf. I was 8. ’nuff said.

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    Saga from Mr Vaughan is my favorite comic serie. I like the feeling of this space opera.

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    Captain Victory #1,cause Jack Kirby!

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    batman the killing joke

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    X-Men 137. Claremont/Byrne’s run on X-Men hit the comics world like a shot of super-soldier serum

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    I’ll surely get a heart attack if I win one of these! lol

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    My parents bought me subscription to x-men when I was 6 to encourage reading. I have been hooked ever since!

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    Sorry – single issue comic – that one is harder. lol. in the last year, I would have to say Friendly Neighborhood Spiderman #6.

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    Mystery in Space. Garden Fox stories! Carmine Infantino art! Murphy Anderson inks! Classic!

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    My favorite… that’s tough but I’d say Transformers 5. My brother had it and it was that Shockwave cover that got me into comics.

  • BugsyKingpin

    I’d have to say Lobo #1 Vol. 1. Fourteen-year-old me must have read that book 14 hundred times! Just loved the character, the attitude, the setting, etc.

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    I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Bone is still one of my favorites.

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    Wolverine #10, because it was the first book I bought with my own money.

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    Chew: It was a crazy concept that ended up being clearly developed and explained. There was a connection with the reader to each character and you could understand their motivations. And it was hilarious! Super funny, well written, interesting (but bonkers) storyline all the way through, and the art….awesome, plus you could find a humorous gag or two in almost every single frame, reminiscent of the Airplane movies.

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    Love Manifest Destiny, because of the deep dive into history mixed with the Monsters!

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    Incredible Hulk #340. Bought it at the BX and took it to Scout camp for the weekend. Incredible McFarlane artwork. All fight, not much dialogue. That book was barely hanging on by the end of the weekend. Solid 1.5 grade maybe 2.0.

    10 years later, I needed rent $, and sold that book for way more than it’s value. Amazing what a backing board can do to the untrained eye.

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    Right now, Folklords #1. I’m really excited about the series and love the story so far.

    Back in the day – could have been an issue of Groo, Bone, Sandman or Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. But, Amazing Spider-Man #300 was one of my favorites for a long time. I’m still a big McFarlane fan.

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    Just read the Silver Surfer Black series. #3 was a fantastic surprise. That struggle he had with wanting to kill baby Galactus vs needing him. The artwork reminds me something out of Heavy Metal too!

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    Spawn #1 image Comics.
    It got me into collecting and I have nearly a full run. Cant stop collecting it even at outrageds prices.

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    Right now, I really loved Family Tree #1. Lemire is one of my favorite writers and I love this book. Of all time, I have to go with Batman 497 simply because of my feeling buying it when I was 12.

  • Slanthook

    Batman is my favorite, especially the court of owls storyline. Scott and Greg were a great team, the art was fantastic, and the story was woven into the Batman mythos seamlessly.

  • bhavhandi

    Immortal Hulk – probably the best run Marvel has had in recent years… plus the Alex Ross covers are like masterpiece painting that you can frame….nuff said!

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    Tough question! Probably Daredevil 168. One of my first books, and one that I’ve held on to and treated like a precious baby for ~35 years.

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    Doctor Strange has always been my favorite because he doesent have super powers but uses magic.

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    Batman Vol.1 #403. This is the first comic book I ever bought with my own money. LOL and I still have it.

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    Daredevil #164, the one that hooked me into reading comic books.

  • SPalochik

    Thor #337 – First appearance Beta Ray Bill. Walter Simonson had my FAVORITE run on Thor because his artwork was AMAZING. I was able to meet him and get my comic signed, as well as get a drawing of Loki.

  • Shmacky

    Uncanny X-Men #107: The scale of the battles, the Phoenix drama, funky walk-on characters (like Fang, an other-world version of Wolverine), the Shi’ar, and 1st full appearance of the Starjammers. Beautiful detailed art work and awesome Mr. Claremont.

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    Legends of the Dark Knight #16 which kicks off the Venom storyline. (It’s my birth month!)

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    Deathmate series.. it was such a new concept at the time to bring 2 indep. companies together like that in such an epic grand story. Over printed yes but still pick them up in dollar bins, sad.

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