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    Default Odd collections Id like to have.

    Three things I dont believe have been collected but Id like to have:

    BLACKHAWK by Mark Evanier and Dan Spiegle. Really good run!

    NEMESIS - back up series from The Brave And The Bold, ended in a team up with Batman.

    WONDER WOMAN: Earth 2 - the stories from when the WW series switched from E1 to WWII E2 stories. Lots of JSA characters appeared.

    What on your wishlist??

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    Earth-2/Pre-Crisis Batwoman and Bat-girl (Kathy and Betty Kane)

    Armageddon 2001 (w/story notes about original ending)
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    Earth-2/Pre-Crisis Batwoman and Bat-girl. Yes that's it!

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    One more (just for completeness sake): Batman 575-581, the Larry Hama and Scott McDaniel mini-run during New Gotham - it's a noticeable gap on my shelf
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob.schoonover View Post
    One more (just for completeness sake): Batman 575-581, the Larry Hama and Scott McDaniel mini-run during New Gotham - it's a noticeable gap on my shelf
    The thread title says “odd collections” not “absolutely awful, brain burningly terrible collections” I think Hama’s Batman “run” is one of those runs (along with Bruce Jones’s Nightwing) that can actually be held up as an objectively terrible set of comics.

    Yet, I totally understand the completist desire to own it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob.schoonover View Post
    Earth-2/Pre-Crisis Batwoman and Bat-girl (Kathy and Betty Kane)
    I would totally purchase this!!

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    I’m surprised we’re yet to see a Nova Omnibus from DnA

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    I'd love a nice big hardcover of MS MYSTIC. Collecting the Pacific Comics and Continuity Comics books.

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    I remember readIng justice machine and elementals comics from comico, wonder if those will ever be collected. Haven’t thought about them in years.

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    The Golden Age Zatara strips from Action Comics.

    The Golden Age Slam Bradley strips from Detective Comics.

    Alex Toth's Hot Wheels DC series

    The Complete Mr. X including both Vortex series, the Calber series and the Dark Horse stuff

    A collection of the World's greatest Super-Heroes/JLA daily comic strips from the late 70s

    Collected Space Ghost and Collected Herculoids collecting the strips that appeared in the various Gold Key Hanna Barbera books in the 60s

    Red Circle Heroes in the 80s-a collection of the various Red Circle super-hero titles form their early 80s incarnation

    A Madame Xanadu collection including the Doorway to Nightmare issues, the appearances from Unexpected and the aborted Englehart/Rogers solo series (which lasted 1 issue)

    The Complete Zatanna back ups collecting all of Zee's strips when she was the back up feature to Supergirl in Adventure Comics and the short-lived Supergirl solo title in the early 70s

    A Matt Baker cover gallery

    and probably lots more if I gave it more thought.

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    Early 70's DC Bronze Age book called "Unexpected".It dealt with the supernatural and a character named Johnny Peril.
    DC,please stop having Bizarro run your collections department.

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