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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    I'd like to see another special mini after this, and cartoon DVD special.
    Oh yeah! A Defenders Cartoon! And it MUST have these 5 Defenders (Doc, Subby, Surfer, Hulk and Val)!

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    From Defenders #1 (August, 2017). Art by David Marquez.


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    Is this one of your favorite runs, Electricmastro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenixx9 View Post
    Oh yeah! A Defenders Cartoon! And it MUST have these 5 Defenders (Doc, Subby, Surfer, Hulk and Val)!
    I'd replace Surfer with Nighthawk, but yes! I would love to see an original Defenders cartoon.
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    i miss them, hoping they rise this year
    we can be heroes, just for one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reviresco View Post
    I'd replace Surfer with Nighthawk, but yes! I would love to see an original Defenders cartoon.
    I'd have both. Use Nighthawk, Hellcat and maybe Clea as the second-string team members who only occasionally go on the big missions -- but mostly stay behind at HQ. But once in a while, they go on their own missions -- or assist the big guns. And bring in guest-stars -- like Red Guardian II, Daimon Hellstrom, Yellojacket, Devilslayer, Gargoyle, Power Man (loved his as a Defender).

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    What's people opinions on the New Defenders during the 80's, with Val, the 3 X-Men, Moon Dragon, Gargoyle and Cloud? That's when I started reading comics full-time so I wasn't familiar with the original team until much later.
    141-1.jpg
    141 was my first issue and I remember how tripy it was with the green tentacle monsters straight out some anime. I was like, "why is Iceman and Angel with this weird team?" At the time I knew about the X-Men from Spider-man and His Amazing Friends, so seeing those two really drew me in.

    I liked the book, but it wasn't my favorite. But since it was one of my first comics, I remember it fondly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphaxman View Post
    What's people opinions on the New Defenders during the 80's, with Val, the 3 X-Men, Moon Dragon, Gargoyle and Cloud? That's when I started reading comics full-time so I wasn't familiar with the original team until much later.
    141-1.jpg
    141 was my first issue and I remember how tripy it was with the green tentacle monsters straight out some anime. I was like, "why is Iceman and Angel with this weird team?" At the time I knew about the X-Men from Spider-man and His Amazing Friends, so seeing those two really drew me in.

    I liked the book, but it wasn't my favorite. But since it was one of my first comics, I remember it fondly.
    Someone at Marvel loves this era, as it's been collected twice, in the Epic Collections series, and by itself.

    I think this was an interesting and experimental era of the Defenders and fit, as you said, the tripy vibe that Defenders usually has.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcekada View Post
    I'd have both. Use Nighthawk, Hellcat and maybe Clea as the second-string team members who only occasionally go on the big missions -- but mostly stay behind at HQ. But once in a while, they go on their own missions -- or assist the big guns. And bring in guest-stars -- like Red Guardian II, Daimon Hellstrom, Yellojacket, Devilslayer, Gargoyle, Power Man (loved his as a Defender).
    Yes!! Love it all.

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    I read most of the New Defenders issues, but that era is mostly disappointing -- especially in comparison to the glory of teh Gerber eara -- and even the Kraft era. Those are the eras I picture when 'Defenders' is mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reviresco View Post
    "And there shall come a day...a day like no other...the Day of the Defenders!"



    COLLECTIONS

    Marvel Masterworks Defenders Vol. 1
    (collects Sub-Mariner #34-35, Marvel Feature #1-3, Defenders #1-6, 2008 ISBN 978-0-7851-3044-6)

    Marvel Masterworks Defenders Vol. 2
    (collects Defenders #7-16, Avengers #115-118, 2011 ISBN 978-0-7851-4216-4)

    Marvel Masterworks Defenders Vol. 3
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS 17-21, GIANT-SIZE DEFENDERS 2-4, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE 6-7)

    Marvel Masterworks Defenders Vol. 4
    (COLLECTING: Defenders (1972) 22-30, Giant-Size Defenders 5, Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 18)

    Marvel Masterworks Defenders Vol. 5
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 31-41, ANNUAL (1976) 1, MARVEL TREASURY EDITION (1974) 12)

    Marvel Masterworks Defenders Vol. 6
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 42-57; MATERIAL FROM FOOM (1973) 19)

    Defenders Epic Collection v6: The Six-Fingered Hand Saga (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 92-109; MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) 101; CAPTAIN AMERICA (1968) 268)

    Defenders Epic Collection v7: Ashes, Ashes (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 110-125, AVENGERS ANNUAL (1967) 11)

    Defenders Epic Collection v8: The New Defenders (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 126-137; ICEMAN (1984) 1-4; BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1984) 1-4)

    Defenders Epic Collection v9: The End of All Songs (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 138-152, GARGOYLE (1985) 1-4)



    Avengers Defenders War
    (collects Defenders #8-11 and Avengers #115-118, 2002 paperback, ISBN 0-7851-0844-0, 2007 hardcover, ISBN 0-7851-2759-3)

    New Defenders Vol. 1
    (collects Defenders #122-124 and New Defenders #125-131, 2012, ISBN 0-7851-6246-9)


    Essential Defenders: Volume 1 Black & White
    (collects Defenders (vol. 1) #1-14, Dr. Strange #183, Sub-Mariner #22, 34-35, Incredible Hulk #126, Marvel Feature #1-3, and Avengers #115-118, 2005, ISBN 0-7851-1547-1)

    Essential Defenders: Volume 2 Black & White
    (collects The Defenders #15-30, Giant-Size Defenders #1-5, Marvel Two-in-One #6,7, Marvel Team-Up #33-35, Marvel Treasury edition #12, 2006, ISBN 0-7851-2150-1)

    Essential Defenders: Volume 3 Black & White
    (collects Defenders #31-60 and Annual #1, 2007, ISBN 0-7851-2696-1)

    Essential Defenders: Volume 4 Black & White
    (collects Defenders #61-91, 2008, ISBN 0-7851-3061-6)

    Essential Defenders: Volume 5 Black & White
    (collects Defenders #92-106, Marvel Team-Up #101, 111, 116, Captain America #268, 2010, ISBN 0-7851-4537-0)

    Essential Defenders: Volume 6 Black & White
    (collects Defenders #107-124, New Defenders #125, Avengers Annual #11 and Marvel Team-Up #119, 2011, ISBN 0-7851-5754-0)




    Defenders: Indefensible
    (collects Defenders (vol. 3) #1-5, 2006 hardcover, ISBN 0-7851-2152-8, 2007 paperback, ISBN 0-7851-1762-8)

    The Last Defenders
    (Collects The Last Defenders #1-6)

    Hulk No More
    (collects the Defenders vs Offenders storyline from Hulk #10-12 plus #13 and #600, 2009 hardcover, ISBN 0-7851-3983-4)

    Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force / The Deep
    (Release Date: May 2, 2012)

    The Defenders v1 by Matt Fraction
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (2012) #1-6, and material from FEAR ITSELF #7 AND POINT ONE)

    The Defenders v2 by Matt Fraction
    (COLLECTING: Defenders 7-12)

    The Fearless Defenders v1 Doom Maidens
    (Collecting Fearless Defenders 1-6)

    The Fearless Defenders v2 The Most Fabulous Fighting Team of All
    (Collecting Fearless Defenders 7-12)

    Defenders v1 Diamonds are Forever
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS 1-6, FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2017 DEFENDERS)

    Defenders v2 Kingpins of New York
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS 6-11)

    Defenders: Best Defense
    (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS 1, DOCTOR STRANGE: DEFENDERS 1, HULK: DEFENDERS 1, NAMOR: DEFENDERS 1, SILVER SURFER: DEFENDERS 1 )

    ============


    Marvel's Non-Team: The Defenders Appreciation 2014-2018
    Marvel's Non-Team: The Defenders Appreciation 2019
    I have all the Defenders Essentials and was planning getting the Epics to finish off my run. But according to the OP the last Essential ends at #124 and then there is an Epic that starts at #126. So that means I have to miss out on #125 and find it in the back issue bins... or have an Epic that is mostly stuff I already have. Ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strathcona View Post
    I have all the Defenders Essentials and was planning getting the Epics to finish off my run. But according to the OP the last Essential ends at #124 and then there is an Epic that starts at #126. So that means I have to miss out on #125 and find it in the back issue bins... or have an Epic that is mostly stuff I already have. Ugh.
    I don't have these books in front of me, so I can't physically check them -- I got the info from Amazon or Marvel.com. However, I think it's a difference in naming conventions. Essentials and New Defenders call #125, New Defenders #125. Whereas the Epic Collections just call it Defenders #125. So, Essentials v6 and Epic v7 end with issue #125. If you start with Epic Collection #8, you shouldn't be missing any issues or doing any double dipping.


    Essential Defenders: Volume 6 Black & White
    (collects Defenders #107-124, New Defenders #125, Avengers Annual #11 and Marvel Team-Up #119, 2011, ISBN 0-7851-5754-0)


    Defenders Epic Collection v7: Ashes, Ashes (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 110-125, AVENGERS ANNUAL (1967) 11)

    Defenders Epic Collection v8: The New Defenders (COLLECTING: DEFENDERS (1972) 126-137; ICEMAN (1984) 1-4; BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1984) 1-4)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reviresco View Post
    I don't have these books in front of me, so I can't physically check them -- I got the info from Amazon or Marvel.com. However, I think it's a difference in naming conventions. Essentials and New Defenders call #125, New Defenders #125. Whereas the Epic Collections just call it Defenders #125. So, Essentials v6 and Epic v7 end with issue #125. If you start with Epic Collection #8, you shouldn't be missing any issues or doing any double dipping.
    I missed that. Thanks. Makes things easier. Now to get those two Epics and read the entire run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcekada View Post
    I read most of the New Defenders issues, but that era is mostly disappointing -- especially in comparison to the glory of teh Gerber eara -- and even the Kraft era. Those are the eras I picture when 'Defenders' is mentioned.
    It's hard for anyone's run to compare to Gerber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strathcona View Post
    I missed that. Thanks. Makes things easier. Now to get those two Epics and read the entire run.
    Awesome! I've been wanting to do a re-read of Defenders myself.
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