I don't think another one has turned up. Some people are looking for it.
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#5693338 - 05/18/1210:15 AMRe: The Absolute Hardest to Find 80's books.
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Ian's thread is a treasure trove of images!
Here's the Remco Warlord book - apparently this is the only one anyone's ever seen, as it is supposed to not exist. This might be the winner.
Was this the winner? How does one price a book like this?
Why this comic is so special? How it's possible that there is only one known copy?
Only one "known." I'm sure there are a few left out there in quarter boxes waiting to be unearthed. I need to make a list of all these super rare copper treasures. I'm sure I've skipped over a few of them dumpster diving.
if memory serves, that has the 1st published app of the dark knight returns too. what about the miracleman trades? are they actually rare or do people just assume so cause they were not reprinted? print run estimates?