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    Default Favorite collected edition of the decade!

    Hi all,

    As we rapidly approach a new decade I got curious and want to know: what is your favorite collected edition from 2010 - now?

    Mine would be the Silver Surfer omnibus by Slott. By far my favorite story to come out of recent Marvel!
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    My favourite comic is The Dark Knight Returns and they are always republishing that, so that would be cheating.

    If we are talking released this decade, I'd pick Daredevil by Frank Miller Omnibus. If we are talking written this decade, then the Saga Deluxe's.

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    Great thread idea!
    Mine would be the Locke & Key master editions, but I still need to reread them (although pretty sure they hold up) and the two Sunstone deluxes.
    Tried to pic series that started in this decade but honorable mention goes to Mike Carey's Lucifer, since it just got the omnibus treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGuy View Post
    My favourite comic is The Dark Knight Returns and they are always republishing that, so that would be cheating.

    If we are talking released this decade, I'd pick Daredevil by Frank Miller Omnibus. If we are talking written this decade, then the Saga Deluxe's.
    I don't think picking Dark Knight Returns is cheating......especially when a fabulous oversized Gallery Edition came out a couple years ago. I had to have it (along with the Sin City Curator's Edition).

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    My favorite is Absolute Batman: The Black Mirror, since it collects the entirety of Scott Snyder's DickBats Saga from Pre-Flashpoint Detective Comics:

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    One is just too tough to choose.


    CEs released this decade (but from older stuff):

    The EC Archives
    Usagi Yojimbo Saga 1-8
    Gotham Central omnibus
    Ex Machina omnibus
    Bone: Full Color One Volume Edition
    Swamp Thing Absolute volume 1
    Stray Bullets Über Alles Edition
    Invincible Compendiums
    Punisher MAX by Ennis omnibuses
    The Mignolaverse Omnibuses/HCs
    The Goon Library Editions



    CEs of material written this decade

    Saga deluxe editions
    Avengers by Hickman omnibuses
    Wonder Woman by Azzarello and Chiang

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    Avengers Epic Collection: The Final Threat
    It has my two favorite Avengers stories in it.
    The Bride of Ultron and the Nefaria Trilogy.
    Plus the return of Wonder Man!
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    Absolute New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke continues to Wow me.
    DC,please stop having Bizarro run your collections department.

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    Absolute Final Crisis. I love the story, I love the added pages, I love the art, I love "Gotcha"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Avengers Epic Collection: The Final Threat
    It has my two favorite Avengers stories in it.
    The Bride of Ultron and the Nefaria Trilogy.
    Plus the return of Wonder Man!
    51iFHsZhzDL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg
    I love that between all these absolutes and gallery editions there is a seemingly 'simple' epic collection haha. Awesome!
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    The Marvel Now Omnibus in 2013 persuaded me to give the newly rebooted MU another chance after a few years of disillusionment away.

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    In my opinion the most amazing collected edition was Bill Sienkiewicz's New Mutants Marvel Artist Select, beautiful book!!!

    And about the ones I own, the Sleeper Omnibus and the third spanish book from Hellboy Integral (basically the Library Editions 5-6 in one HUGE book with the complete final saga, lots of Fegredo, Mignola and Corben together).

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    Quote Originally Posted by seusilva View Post
    In my opinion the most amazing collected edition was Bill Sienkiewicz's New Mutants Marvel Artist Select, beautiful book!!!

    And about the ones I own, the Sleeper Omnibus and the third spanish book from Hellboy Integral (basically the Library Editions 5-6 in one HUGE book with the complete final saga, lots of Fegredo, Mignola and Corben together).
    ah fudge! I forgot about Sleeper. Or Criminal. Those all came out this decade, right? And Fear Agent?

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    I've gotta go with the Hellboy Library Editions that came out during the decade (there were several). Those are just beautifully done books.

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