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#2153500 - 01/22/08 08:38 PM Your first comic?
Jo Seph Offline
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What is your first comic that started your love of comics?

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#2153600 - 01/22/08 09:17 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: Jo Seph]
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The first comic I ever bought was X-men vs. The Micronauts, noy sure what issue #. Soon after I started reading Uncanny X-Men and Amazing Spider-man.

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#2153613 - 01/22/08 09:21 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: Mr.Diggler]
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#2153620 - 01/22/08 09:23 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: CAP Freak]
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#2153626 - 01/22/08 09:26 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: Mr.Diggler]
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1st comic I ever owned: Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #171 with the Puma on the cover. Bought it with some money I earned while being an altar boy for a wedding.

The first comics that made me fall in love with comics though... little more tricky to pin down. I seem to recall my brothers getting a package of Marvel Comics for Christmas back when I was much younger. I think it had some mid-80s ASM, some Uncanny X-Men, a Squadron Supreme mini-Series issues or two, the last issue of the Nightcrawler mini-series, a Power Pack ish, and maybe a few others. But yeah... those kick started my brothers collections and got me interested in stealing their comics to read. \:\)
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#2153793 - 01/22/08 10:40 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: Mac Man]

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I don't know if it was my first comic but I remember buying Hawkman #1 off the rack when I was 8 yrs old. Loved that cover.

#2153804 - 01/22/08 10:48 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: GAFLASH]
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wow. How old are you?
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#2153850 - 01/22/08 11:17 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: CAP Freak]
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this is my first comic (literally...this exact copy)

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#2154625 - 01/23/08 12:53 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: krazy_kenny1]
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Cant remember the exact issue but it would have been an early Iron Man Comic.
It was around 1968 or 69 I was not able to read yet I would have been 4 or 5 at the time.
But I do have a vivid memory of lying face up on my home made bed my dad had built.. the bright colors and action of the comic, seeing Iron Man flying with his jet boots and blasting things with his repulsor rays. It started me on a lifetime love of comics. It is interesting that I was never a huge Fan Of Iron Man. But it is the Hero I remember that got me started!
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#2155051 - 01/23/08 04:45 PM Re: Your first comic? [Re: bronzilla]
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my first comic i bought was spiderman 28. loved the cover . i should have put it in a mylar !

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