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Wolverine #4

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After tearing his way through the Japanese underworld, Wolverine heads for an ultimate showdown with the criminal overlord Shingen. One of the first miniseries – by the creative superteam of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller – remains one of the all-time best.

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The New Teen Titans #6

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The Titans invade Trigon’s dimension to save Raven – and discover the demon to be more evil than they imagined! George Pérez returns and Marv Wolfman cranks up the sinister in this excellent conclusion to the original Trigon saga.

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Fantastic Four #238

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After discovering a costume permanently attached to her body, Frankie Raye makes an greater discovery – she’s another Human Torch! Add a back-up story that mutates the Thing, and writer/artist John Byrne (with a little help from Terry Austin) is well on his way to mixing up the FF status quo.

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Wolverine #3

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Wolverine learns new lover Yukio has been playing both sides and vows to take down the Japanese kingpin Shingen. The classic miniseries from all-star creative team of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller roars toward its conclusion.

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Wolverine #2

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Following a battle with the Hand, Wolverine and rebound love-interest Yukio invade the stronghold of a Japanese crime lord. A second strong chapter to the debut Wolverine miniseries from Bronze Age superstars Chris Claremont and Frank Miller.

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Wolverine #1

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In Japan, Wolverine finds girlfriend Mariko trapped in an arranged marriage – and comes to blows with her father, Lord Shingen. Bronze Age legends Chris Claremont and Frank Miller pair on the first – and still quintessential – Wolverine solo series.

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Fantastic Four #235

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The Fantastic Four’s investigation of an attack from outer space brings them face to face with Ego the Living Planet. Just four issues into his five-year run on the title and John Byrne is already hitting his stride.

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Rom #1

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Rom, greatest spaceknight of Galador, brings his centuries-old battle against the Dire Wraiths to Earth. Writer Bill Mantlo and artist Sal Buscema team on the debut of this chronically underrated series.