Detective Comics #847 RIP

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Along with a few of Marvel’s Skottie Young pin sets, I really want to get some Funkos. The back covers of the comics are even getting a special treatment to pay homage to this special occasion! Valentino has done a LOT with Image over the 12 years of their existence. Real-life events often impacted the plot; for example, Fantastic Four plots revolved around the space race and the 1962 stock market crash. Want to keep up with the latest Top Cow news?

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Publisher: DC Comics (2008)


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