Siege #3 Deadpool variant
Marvel Comics, March 2010.
The plot in Siege takes place after the Marvel-wide 'Dark Reign' storyline with Norman Osborn in place as the US security czar. In
the series Loki manipulates Osborn into leading an all-out assault on Asgard.
This is a mini-series divided into four issues with the first issue being the biggest selling comic book in January 2010. There are a number
of variants for issue 3 as follows:
The actual numbers for the Deadpool variant are a very rough estimate as retailers had to send Marvel 50 unsold issues of DC's Blackest Night crossover to get a single
Siege #3 Deadpool variant!
These are commanding high prices on eBay, with CGC 9.8 graded copies going for over $1,000!
Wolverine v4 #1 Deadpool Retailer Incentive variant
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can lead to some error variants or comics being pulped), file copies, complimentary copies and other stock that is not distributed at the time. Any disclosed distribution data should be treated with caution as
this may not be totally accurate; note also limitations of the data: since around 2009, Diamond North America included most variants they distribute within its disclosed distribution data along with the standard
copies as one figure; also the data excludes distribution of the same English language copies outside North America (so, for example, UK distribution via Diamond UK is excluded). Estimates on this site are just
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