The Top Ten Hottest Back Issue Comics For December 2021!

1. Go Go Power Rangers #2 Fried Pie Variant Cover August Issue BOOM! Studios

Written by Ryan Parrott. Art and Cover by Dan Mora. The team explores the added everyday benefits-and drawbacks-of being a teenager with Morphin powers, while Rita concocts a plan to uncover the Rangers true identities!

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2. Infinity War #1 June 1992 Marvel Comics

The sequel to Infinity Gauntlet! "Chthonic Maneuvers":
Somewhere deep in space on a nameless planet the titan Thanos discovers a new threat to the existence of the universe and investigates. Meanwhile, all across the globe key super-heroes are attacked by evil dopplegangers. Thanos comes face to face with the ones responsible, the Magus, evil counterpart to Adam Warlock, and the titan's own doppleganger. As Reed Richards gathers the world's heroes the World Devourer Galactus sends his herald to contact the Master of the Mystic Arts, Dr. Strange. All this plus the unholy alliance of Dr. Doom and Kang the Conqueror.


3. Detective Comics # 460 (1st Series 1938) June 1976 DC Comics

"Slow Down - and Die!":

Captain Stingaree, a sword-wielding villain, becomes convinced Batman is really portrayed collectively by the Courtney triplets, a team of private investigators, and captures one Batman, who proves to be Michael Courtney.


4. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0 (Free Comic Book Day) May Issue Papercutz

In 1993, The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers burst on the scene in an explosion of colorful combat, bizarre monsters, incredible robot battles, and Megazord-sized fun, spawning a global phenomenon and an ever-expanding storytelling universe. These comics present the stories fans have been waiting over 20 years for: all-new stories featuring the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers! This is a never-before-seen Power Rangers story starring the six Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, and is not a reprint of any existing material!
 

5. Robotech #1 Limited 1 for 10 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover August Issue Titan Comics

Harmony Gold's cult '80s television series Robotech returns or all-new adventures! Comic written by Brian Wood (DMZ, Briggs Land, Northlanders) and illustrated by Marco turini! TV episodes now available on Crackle, Amazon Prime & Netflix! Live-action film being developed by Sony Pictures! Comic features classic characters Rick, Lisa, Minmei, Roy, Claudia, and Gloval! New comic series will delight original fans and newcomers alike!


6. Uncanny X-Men #52 (1st Series 1963) September 1968 Marvel Comics

"Twilight of the Mutants!":
Eric the Red attacks Mesmero and his army; Eric defeats Mesmero and heads toward Magneto, who is injured; Marvel Girl, Angel, and Beast break into Mesmero's headquarters; Iceman gets caught in trap intended for Mesmero. The Crimes of the Conquistador!--The Origins of the Uncanny X-Men, script by Arnold Drake, pencils by Werner Roth, inks by John Verpoorten; Beast's origin continued.


7. Giant Size Avengers #4 June 1975 Marvel Comics

"Let All Men Bring Together!":
Story continues from Avengers 135. The Vision's quest through time to discover his origin is over. But instead of returning to Immortus' domain, the synthezoid avenger materializes at the center of the Earth! And shockingly the Dread Dormammu is there! With his captive…the Scarlet Witch! Wow, how did Wanda end up in the dreaded one's clutches? It doesn't matter now as the Vision must fight for the woman he loves! It's a supernatural showdown at Earth's core: The Vision, Scarlet Witch, and Agatha Harkness vs. the Dread Dormammu and Umar!


8. Action Comics #397 (1938 Series) February 1971 DC Comics

"Secret of the Wheel-Chair Superman!":
Superman is reduced to begging in the streets for food money when he loses his powers in this imaginary story. DC Explodes in '71 ad for Supergirl and Batman. Aliens from a water world force Superman to live in the ocean and use his old underwater fortress. Untold Tales of the Fortress back-up, "The Super-Captive of the Sea!", script by Leo Dorfman (as Geoff Brown), pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Aliens from a water world force Superman to live in the ocean and use his old underwater fortress.

9. Star Trek #6 (1967 Gold Key) December 1969 Gold Key Comics

Comic book version of the original Star Trek TV series that starred William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. 10210-912. Photo cover of Leonard Nimoy as Spock, from the TV episode Amok Time.


10. Vampirella #1 Free Comic Book Day Variant July 2019 Dynamite Entertainment

In July 1969, the world was first introduced to Vampirella. 50 years later, she doesn't look a day older!!!! Now, to celebrate her gold anniversary, Dynamite is launching a brand-new, ongoing series featuring the talents of Christopher Priest (Black Panther, Deathstroke, Quantum & Woody, Justice League) and European star/American star-in-the-making, Ergün Gündüz (Tales of the Great War, Taxi Tales)!



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