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    Hatchette has specs on the FF books now.

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    Byrne omni vol 1 contents: MARVEL TEAMUP (1972) #61-62; MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50; FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #215-218, #220-221, #232-262 and ANNUAL #17; PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #42; AVENGERS (1963) #233; THING (1983) #2; and ALPHA FLIGHT (1983) #4.
    Behold Galatcus super large OHC contents: FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #48-50, #74-77, #120-123 and #242-244.
    FF omni vol 1 reprint = 1-30, Annual 1

    TPBs:
    FF Epic is vol 3, covers 33-51 and Annual 3
    Heroes Reborn is the entire run (1-12) as expected
    World's Greatest entry is a dupe of Hickman's, but one would expect the entire 12 issue run there, like the OHC
    The Human Torch & The Thing: Strange Tales - The Complete Collection is BOTH MMWs in one large TPB (YES!) - Strange Tales 101-134 & Annual 2
    The Thing & The Human Torch by Dan Slott - mashup of two books themed by characters and writer - SPIDERMAN/HUMAN TORCH 1-5, THE THING (2005) 1-8
    Hickman complete collection v1 = DARK REIGN: FANTASTIC FOUR 1-5, FANTASTIC FOUR (1998) 570-578
    Marvel Two-in-One Epic is volume 1 and is almost first two MMWs in one - MARVEL FEATURE (1971) #11-12, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE (1974) #1-19 and MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #47

    All good news, IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by poolovision View Post
    As it is often the case with Deadpool you get a mixed bag: The Fear Itself Tie In was not rememberable at all and even for completists not desirable. The same goes for the collected Annuals, it was an alternate reality story which felt pretty flat. I remember that I did not like the very forced "funny" parts of the story.

    That being said: I enjoyed Suicide Kings when it came out and have reread it. I liked the art (Barberi fits Deadpool's view of things I guess, weapons, female attributes) and the interaction with other characters felt not as forced as so many other attempts these days. It also had some great poolovision moments if I remember correctly.

    Wade Wilsons War is also an alternate setting which works very well, I also liked the supporting cast. I guess that I do not really remember Pulp all too well, maybe a good reason to reread this one.

    I will be picking it up, it is really crazy how many Deadpool Omnibi and OHCs are or were available.
    Hmm, gotcha, thanks! Maybe I'll see if I can find some digital versions and sample them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimmer View Post
    Hatchette has specs on the FF books now.

    HCs:
    Byrne omni vol 1 contents: MARVEL TEAMUP (1972) #61-62; MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50; FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #215-218, #220-221, #232-262 and ANNUAL #17; PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #42; AVENGERS (1963) #233; THING (1983) #2; and ALPHA FLIGHT (1983) #4.
    Behold Galatcus super large OHC contents: FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #48-50, #74-77, #120-123 and #242-244.
    FF omni vol 1 reprint = 1-30, Annual 1

    TPBs:
    FF Epic is vol 3, covers 33-51 and Annual 3
    Heroes Reborn is the entire run (1-12) as expected
    World's Greatest entry is a dupe of Hickman's, but one would expect the entire 12 issue run there, like the OHC
    The Human Torch & The Thing: Strange Tales - The Complete Collection is BOTH MMWs in one large TPB (YES!) - Strange Tales 101-134 & Annual 2
    The Thing & The Human Torch by Dan Slott - mashup of two books themed by characters and writer - SPIDERMAN/HUMAN TORCH 1-5, THE THING (2005) 1-8
    Hickman complete collection v1 = DARK REIGN: FANTASTIC FOUR 1-5, FANTASTIC FOUR (1998) 570-578
    Marvel Two-in-One Epic is volume 1 and is almost first two MMWs in one - MARVEL FEATURE (1971) #11-12, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE (1974) #1-19 and MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #47

    All good news, IMO
    Is this a "Vol. 1" or a "Complete Collection"? I'd be ok if they continued collecting the Claremont/Larocca stuff...
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    Heroes Reborn was the Liefeld reboot stuff. You're thinking of Heroes Return. (Which is not great, even as a Claremont fan).
    Cyclops was right

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlashingSabre View Post
    Heroes Reborn was the Liefeld reboot stuff. You're thinking of Heroes Return. (Which is not great, even as a Claremont fan).
    D'oh! You're right. Why on god's green earth would they collect Liefeld's mess?! Have any of the other sh!tty Heroes Reborn series been collected? I'm thinking no...?

    And I haven't reread the Heroes Return run since it originally came out; I just know I loved early Larocca.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimmer View Post
    Byrne omni vol 1 contents: MARVEL TEAMUP (1972) #61-62; MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50; FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #215-218, #220-221, #232-262 and ANNUAL #17; PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #42; AVENGERS (1963) #233; THING (1983) #2; and ALPHA FLIGHT (1983) #4.
    These were supposed to be the contents of the original printing before it got changed (eg. PP:SSM got dropped, FF #209-214 added, FF #261-262 and Alpha Flight #4 held over for Vol 2).

    This is what it ended up containing:
    Marvel Team-Up #61-62; Marvel Two-In-One #50; Fantastic Four #209-218, #220-221, #232-260, Fantastic Four Annual #17; Avengers #233; Thing #2

    EDIT: I see this was also discussed a few pages back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    D'oh! You're right. Why on god's green earth would they collect Liefeld's mess?! Have any of the other sh!tty Heroes Reborn series been collected? I'm thinking no...?
    All four series (except for the Wildstorm crossover in the #13s) were collected in 2006. This is just a reprint:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heroes...ected_editions

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    X-Men Masterworks Vol.6 & Uncanny X-Men Masterworks Vol.3

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    When the bleeding cool article went up about the FF books, there was another epic listed:
    "The New Fantastic Four" collects FF 347-361, Annual 24 (Volume 21)

    I haven't seen this mentioned anywhere else though, is this one happening too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben11345 View Post
    When the bleeding cool article went up about the FF books, there was another epic listed:
    "The New Fantastic Four" collects FF 347-361, Annual 24 (Volume 21)

    I haven't seen this mentioned anywhere else though, is this one happening too?
    It's on Amazon
    https://smile.amazon.com/Fantastic-F...fantastic+four

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    Never mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben11345 View Post
    When the bleeding cool article went up about the FF books, there was another epic listed:
    "The New Fantastic Four" collects FF 347-361, Annual 24 (Volume 21)

    I haven't seen this mentioned anywhere else though, is this one happening too?
    This one popped up way before the others. I've had it on my "to get" list for at least a month or two now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Parker View Post
    Sorta makes you think there was some truth to the FF blacklisting while Disney did not own the rights...
    Sorta? Also, Hickman confirmed it...

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    I shouted out in joy when I saw this listing on Amazon:

    https://www.amazon.com/Marvel-Two-On...F9E2VFB1BT4Z07

    A nice n' hefty Epic Collection of Marvel Two-In-One!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Warren View Post
    I shouted out in joy when I saw this listing on Amazon:

    https://www.amazon.com/Marvel-Two-On...F9E2VFB1BT4Z07

    A nice n' hefty Epic Collection of Marvel Two-In-One!
    Now if we could only get What If... in that format!

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