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Tuesday, February 12, 2013 10:07:13 PM
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I just noticed something odd about Wolverine #99 (March 1996). The direct-sales edition cover, as seen on this site, has the word "Deluxe" as part of the trade dress. The newsstand cover (viewable at Mile High's site) doesn't have the word "Deluxe." There is no price difference. Interior paper stock of the newsstand edition (which I have) is glossy (I would guess that direct-sales and newsstand editions are identical in this respect).

I understand that this site's library doesn't distinguish between direct and newsstand comics, without some other point of difference. Is the absence of "Deluxe" on the newsstand edition of this issue sufficient to warrant a separate listing?
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