Several folks here spoke highly of the first issue of this series, but our local shop was sold out, as was Diamond, but when we stopped at Laughing Ogre yesterday, they had copies of #1 and #2, so I picked them up...
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Curiously, this edition also reprints the second issue of the Gold Key series. I don't understand its inclusion, as it has nothing at all in common with The City on the Edge of Forever, narratively or thematically. What not reprint #56 instead, which is an actual sequel to the episode?
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Post by adamwarlock2099 on Aug 12, 2021 11:53:28 GMT -5
I saw this sitting on the rack waiting in line at Walmart. I thought why not, Aliens are my favorite no matter if it's classic or modern. So I grabbed it. Apparently it is a Walmart exclusive and the picture I found to post was an ebay sale and these things are going for $20 plus already. I haven't read it, but you can't loose with a Ron Lim cover and Salvador Larroca art. I guess I'll buy another one so I can open and actually read the comic and keep this one sealed.
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