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Amazing Spider-Man Renew Your Vows #9



Richard Willis said:

Amazing Spider-Man Renew Your Vows #9

I didn't see that out today. I must have missed it.

The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #9

Doom Patrol #7
The Kamandi Challenge #7
Mother Panic #9
Spider-Gwen #22
The Unbelievable Gwenpool  #18

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, vol. 2, by Akira HImekawa

New Super-Man #14
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #23
The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #10
True Believers: Kirby 100th - Eternals #1
The Ultimates2 #100
The Unbelievable Gwenpool #19
U.S. Avengers #9



The Baron said:

The Ultimates2 #100

I wonder if this is the first time we've seen combined numbering between two different continuities/universes.



Detective 445 said:



The Baron said:

The Ultimates2 #100
Yeah, that was a little strange. It's also the last issue of this series.  While I welcome the reduction in my comics expenses, I will miss this book.

I wonder if this is the first time we've seen combined numbering between two different continuities/universes.

"I wonder if this is the first time we've seen combined numbering between two different continuities/universes."

What about Tarzan?

Issues #1-131 were published by Dell;
Issues #132-206 were published by Gold Key;
Issues #207-258 were published by DC.

(Then Marvel got the license but published issues #1-29 rather than #259-287.)

First Comics had a lot of them:

Starslayer: #1-6, Pacific; #7-34, First;
Nexus: #1-6, Capital; #7-80, First;
Badger: #1-4, Capital; #5-70, First;
Dreadstar: #1-26, Marvel/Epic; #27-64 First.



Jeff of Earth-J said:

"I wonder if this is the first time we've seen combined numbering between two different continuities/universes."

What about Tarzan?

Issues #1-131 were published by Dell;
Issues #132-206 were published by Gold Key;
Issues #207-258 were published by DC.

(Then Marvel got the license but published issues #1-29 rather than #259-287.)

First Comics had a lot of them:

Starslayer: #1-6, Pacific; #7-34, First;
Nexus: #1-6, Capital; #7-80, First;
Badger: #1-4, Capital; #5-70, First;
Dreadstar: #1-26, Marvel/Epic; #27-64 First.


I think the ones that I've read (Nexus and Dreadstar) preserved the same continuity despite changing companies.  In the case of the Ultimates, they're combining the 616 Ultimates and the Ultimate Universe Ultimates into one.  I guess because they're having a crossover.

I didn't know there were two different groups of Ultimates. I guess I wasn't quite sure what you were getting at.

Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor Year Three #6

Kamandi Challenge #8
Mother Panic #10

I loved having two Jack Kirby-based books from DC--Kamandi Challenge and Manhunter Special. Even better, I got two Jack Kirby books with art by Steve Rude!

Of course, I had some other books too, I just can't remember what they are because I am so happy that I have the chance to read both of these...

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