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Your first comic book

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Simple question really: What was the first comic book you ever read?

Mine was either Heathcliff (Marvel/Star) or an issue of GI Joe (Marvel).

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An issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, sometime in 1991.

My friend said he was starting a comic club, and we should all buy one comic to contribute.

I did, and never saw the bloody thing again...didn't even get to READ it.

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Read lots of Brazilian kids' comics, but the first comic book I actually remember buying was an issue of X-Men during the Fatal Attractions crossover (the one where Wolverine had the adamantium ripped out of him by Magneto), because it had this awesome hologram thingie on the cover. Either that one, or this one issue of Spider-Man fighting Boomerang, of all people, on an oil tanker, and a minor Spidey character called Cardiac shows up and blows the boat on them, due to the evils being caused by the company the boat belonged to.

Can't remember which of those came first, really. But it was one of those. I think I only looked at the hologram on the X-Men comic, and never really read it until like three months later.

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The first issue of the "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" arc for Superman. Wish I would have kept that in a safe. It's one of those rare Alan Moore books that's worth something.

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It was an issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The kid friendly version. It was someime in the late 80s or early 90s. I remember when I entered kindergarden my teacher was impressed with my reading skills. That's one reason why my family has always accepted my comic book obsession, taught me how to read and pretty much made the first few years of school a cake walk.

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It was an issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The kid friendly version. It was someime in the late 80s or early 90s.

I echo exactly what this man just said!

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