Action Comics #584
Zero Girl #5
It's hardly a secret that something is badly wrong with me. - Dan B. in the Underworld
I am ... a condescending prick sometimes. But I usually mean to be. - Paradox
I'm not infallible. I just act like it. - Me
A is for Abe Sapien: The Drowning #1
Z is for Zoot Comics #13
Unless you count numberically titles series like 100 Bullets or 1602 as going before "A", A.B.C.: Warriors: The Meknificent Seven and Zenith. I'm very happy with that.
Also, I should own Zot. Have to remedy that some day.
It's probably ACES HIGH (from Gemstone not EC) and ZORRO from Gold Key.
Abbot &t Costello #10 - how embarrassing
Zatanna Special #1
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3-D Dance Macabre, 2001, and A. Bizarro are my first three titles.
Young Romance, Yow!, and ZZZ are my last.
I think this says I raid dollar boxes.
All-Star Western, Casanova, Criminal, Daredevil, Dark Horse Presents, Funnies, Hellboy/BPRD, King City, Orc Stain, Snarked, Unwritten, Usagi Yojimbo
first: Alpha Flight
last: Omega the Unknown
Actually, I don't have any Alpha Flight comics, but that was the only one I could think of that had "Alpha" in the title.
The Adventures of Captain Jack #1 and IDW's Zombie War #2 reprint.
Has anyone else read Captain Jack? I've had a soft spot for that series for years.
I used to have some Zot!, but I sold them.
I put number titles at the beginning, so at other times my first books have been 100%, 1602, and 2020 Visions.
Depends if you take the translated names:
In which case, the dutch titles of Marini's Rapaces is "Aasgieren" and the dutch title of Franquin's Idées noires is "Zwartkijken".
Otherwise it's a collection of ABC Warriors and Matt Wagner's Zorro.
I think it is "Abadazad" #1 to "Xmen" which was an X-men parody from the 80s that was just a one-shot.
"There's not much of a difference between a stadium full of cheering fans and an angry crowd screaming abuse at you. They're both just making a lot of noise. How you take it is up to you. Convince yourself they're cheering for you. You do that, and some day, they will. And that's how Sue Cs it."- Sue Sylvester, "Glee"