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I accidentally added a duplicate for Warlord (1974)
Werewolf by Night #12 - duplicate
TV Comic #372 - duplicate
The Dandy #893 - Blurry center
The Dandy #893 - More marks
The Dandy #1426 - Yellower image/more noise
The Dandy #1426 - Whiter image/higher contrast
These duplicates only have different cover images, and the differences in them would only be decided by a personal preference. (such as I prefer the blurry one to the marked, and the whiter image to the older/yellower one)
The Beano #2315 is a duplicate of The Beano #2315
Not sure if this is the right location but:
Archie's Pals 'N' Gals #185 is actually #184.
Empty Duplicate of 1996 series (or the Panini version)
Famous Funnies started in 1935
To my understanding, Action Comics #1 is the beginning of the Golden Age and from about 1833 or 1897 to (pre) June 1938 is the Platinum Age.
So does the Golden Age count as the beginning of the Superhero genre, or as the beginning of comics no longer being only reprints of older comics ?
Famous Funnies #8 is an empty duplicate of Famous Funnies #8
I won't be doing any of that, but thanks.
I also like that you tag my name in your post, that way I don't have to come back to this thread to see if someone replied (I can just see the notification that's sent to me)
As in opening each and every link separately and scrolling through the list of characters to see if I find both of them in the same page?
Use your keyboard!
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