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Is a characters first cameo app. His first app. Options
chrisnwi
Posted: Monday, October 28, 2013 11:42:04 PM

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My topic today is a cameo the first true first appearance of a character. I recently got Incredible Hulk #180 which is the first cameo app. of wolverine, now question is to all you people out there does that count as his first app. Because as we all now #181 is his first full app. So hence it's worth more now here is the debate I have fantastic four #48 the first app. of silver surfer and the first cameo of galactis now that is listed as his first app. So the question remains what is the true first app. of wolverine. So your post I want to here what you people think.

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Jimmy Olsen 134 is credited with Darksied's first appearance and all you see is this:



1 panel on a TV monitor - his first Full Appearance is Forever People 1 after another 2 panel cameo in Jimmy Olsen 135


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It's odd how some collectors go crazy over the one-panel cameos for some characters (Wolverine, Darkseid, etc), but not for others. Cable first appeared in one panel at the end of New Mutants #86, for example, but nobody cares. Gambit first appeared in Uncanny X-Men Annual #14, just a few weeks before Uncanny X-Men #266 hit the stands. I believe he was in the background for a few panels and didn't even say anything, and although the book guides out higher than other annuals, it's actually pretty common and can be had for little money.

So it doesn't make sense.
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I agree it seeing as I have all of those books (except for the darkseid i have that in trade) it does not make very much sense at all because I did pick up new mutants #86 and uncanny x-men annual 14 and amazing spiderman 298 & 299 for cheaper than new mutants 87, uncanny x-men 266 and much cheaper than what I paid for amazing spider man 300

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chrisnwi wrote:
I agree it seeing as I have all of those books (except for the darkseid i have that in trade) it does not make very much sense at all because I did pick up new mutants #86 and uncanny x-men annual 14 and amazing spiderman 298 & 299 for cheaper than new mutants 87, uncanny x-men 266 and much cheaper than what I paid for amazing spider man 300


I picked up New Mutants #86, and Uncanny X-Men #266 out of the dollar bins at the last convention I went to. Each would only score maybe a VF / 8.0, but... it's a biiiggg difference between that and what the next issue up is.

I, for one, count cameos as the first appearance. They appeared there first... Why do they need to be in the whole issue before someone puts value on it.

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teh_longinator wrote:
chrisnwi wrote:
I agree it seeing as I have all of those books (except for the darkseid i have that in trade) it does not make very much sense at all because I did pick up new mutants #86 and uncanny x-men annual 14 and amazing spiderman 298 & 299 for cheaper than new mutants 87, uncanny x-men 266 and much cheaper than what I paid for amazing spider man 300


I picked up New Mutants #86, and Uncanny X-Men #266 out of the dollar bins at the last convention I went to. Each would only score maybe a VF / 8.0, but... it's a biiiggg difference between that and what the next issue up is.

I, for one, count cameos as the first appearance. They appeared there first... Why do they need to be in the whole issue before someone puts value on it.


I agree. Even if it is just one panel. It's the first time anyone has laid eyes on that character in a comic book.....ever. Therefore it is that character's first appearance.



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Reggie wrote:
teh_longinator wrote:
chrisnwi wrote:
I agree it seeing as I have all of those books (except for the darkseid i have that in trade) it does not make very much sense at all because I did pick up new mutants #86 and uncanny x-men annual 14 and amazing spiderman 298 & 299 for cheaper than new mutants 87, uncanny x-men 266 and much cheaper than what I paid for amazing spider man 300


I picked up New Mutants #86, and Uncanny X-Men #266 out of the dollar bins at the last convention I went to. Each would only score maybe a VF / 8.0, but... it's a biiiggg difference between that and what the next issue up is.

I, for one, count cameos as the first appearance. They appeared there first... Why do they need to be in the whole issue before someone puts value on it.


I agree. Even if it is just one panel. It's the first time anyone has laid eyes on that character in a comic book.....ever. Therefore it is that character's first appearance.



So....what about retcon first appearances - there was a retcon that places Cable as a baby in Uncanny X-Men 201 4 years earlier - it is even considered canon and confirmed canon in Issue 6 of Cable's first series.

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BruceReville wrote:
Reggie wrote:
teh_longinator wrote:
chrisnwi wrote:
I agree it seeing as I have all of those books (except for the darkseid i have that in trade) it does not make very much sense at all because I did pick up new mutants #86 and uncanny x-men annual 14 and amazing spiderman 298 & 299 for cheaper than new mutants 87, uncanny x-men 266 and much cheaper than what I paid for amazing spider man 300


I picked up New Mutants #86, and Uncanny X-Men #266 out of the dollar bins at the last convention I went to. Each would only score maybe a VF / 8.0, but... it's a biiiggg difference between that and what the next issue up is.

I, for one, count cameos as the first appearance. They appeared there first... Why do they need to be in the whole issue before someone puts value on it.


I agree. Even if it is just one panel. It's the first time anyone has laid eyes on that character in a comic book.....ever. Therefore it is that character's first appearance.



So....what about retcon first appearances - there was a retcon that places Cable as a baby in Uncanny X-Men 201 4 years earlier - it is even considered canon and confirmed canon in Issue 6 of Cable's first series.

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In cases like that, you usually see notes on a character's Wiki profile or on the back of a trading card like:

First Appearance (as a baby): Uncanny X-Men #201
First Apperance (as adult Cable): New Mutants #87

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First appearance is first appearance. I get annoyed with 1st brief app and 1st full app. X-Fact 5 and 6 for example. Hulk 180 and 181.

We have a similar situation with the DC New 52 and Catwoman #23, 1st Joker's Daughter. She's only on the last page. Her first full would be Detective 23.2...or really Batman Family #8 from the 70's. It's confusing.

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How about Superior Spider-Man? A lot of people cite Daredevil #21 as his first appearance, since it came out a few weeks before Amazing #700. What people don't ever mention, though, is that Amazing #698 should be his first appearance, since that was the first issue with Doc Ock parading around as Spidey while Pete was in Ock's body.
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Good point. It's interesting. I've often wondered why we care more for a full appearance of some over others.

Superman Man of Steel 17, first cameo Doomsday sells for more on eBay that Superman Man of Steel 18, the first full appearance.


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I'm okay with distinguishing between a partial view/shadow view being considered a cameo appearance and the next being the first "full" appearance, but I don't get how even a full view, speaking role could ever be considered cameo. Even if it's just the last panel of an issue.

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Ok how about this - Pep Comics 22 (12/41) is sighted as the first appearance of Archie Andrews - yet he also appeared in Jackpot Comics 4 Winter Special (released 11/41 or 12/41 - there is a debate going on about it in the Archie Collector World) - basically Jackpot Comics 4 came out either a full month before Pep 22 or at the same time - and Archie is on the cover of Jackpot Comics 4 with Archie as a new feature and Pep Comics 22 cover doesn't even mention him at all. So which is correct?

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I think the "cameo/full" thing was just started by some shady comic dealer who had one, but not the other, and tried to profit.

Like, my LCS is selling Uncanny X-Men #221 for $25, because "Mr. Sinister MIGHT be linked to Wolverine's origin"

Anyone can raise the price of a book 5x it's normal price because of hype.

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Wow I found uncanny x-men #221 in the dollor bin at a flea market now it going for $25 bucks here's another one for you about 12 years ago I found Incredible Hulk #181 at a comic shop for $200 bux I talked the owner down to $100 and I got #180 for 20 bux try doing that now with all the x-men and wolverine movies. I was lucky I found #180 for $50 and if I want #181 again the lowest I can find it at is $500

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Yeah, reading the whole thread. I never understood the first cameo appearance and first full appearance thing when it comes to value. First appearance should be first appearance. But what do I know. I own Hulk #180 not #181. Damn it all.
Just for kicks, I think the first cameo appearance of Crossbones was in a couple of panels in Cap #159. If I remember correctly. You see his buff silohette on a branch in a tree. How he didn't break the branch just from his sheer size. I am not sure, lol. And in #160, you see him in all his badarse glory; guns blazing. The thread reminded me of Crossbones and also Killer Croc's first appearances in #357. But the second is said to be his first appearance even though he is only in a few panels in that issue. Again, what do i know.


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