Starbrand was the first comic in Marvel's New Universe, a failed attempt to make comics seem more grounded in reality, for some reason. I'm assuming they got the idea from Alan Moore... sorry, I meant The Original Writer, with how he brought ridiculous ideas like Marvel/Miracleman into our world, showing what Supermen among us would be like. This attempt by Marvel failed, and I think it took less than three years to die (although it lingered on with one-shots like The Pitt, The Draft and The War). Maybe more. The private comic book market (non-news-stand) was becoming popular, and releasing limited edition stuff suddenly was profitable. Starbrand would go on my left shoulder, since I would accept it from the Old Man with my right hand and of course that's where it would go.
My second choice is secret. But this is a good runner-up.
The barking dog from Faith No More's album, King for a Day, Fool for a Lifetime.
Because he looks like Leo.
The third one, which I'd actually get, horrifying my mother because I'd ensured my path to hell with a graven image on my body, would be an alethiometer: