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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post


    2. Spider-Geddon TPB - 3,295
    It's a shame we didn't get an OHC for this.
    Also, in order to complete the whole storyline, a couple of extra paperbacks are needed, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    The complete estimated comic book sales figures for February 2019 are in (please note this list only details those comics sold to North American Comics Shops as reported by Diamond). I’ve listed below the Marvel OHC/Omnibus/MMW’s as well as the larger TPB collections such as the Epic and Complete lines that made the list, detailing the position, title and estimated sales. I haven’t included any reentries.



    2. Spider-Geddon TPB - 3,295
    3. Infinity Wars by Gerry Duggan TPB - 2,967
    8. Infinity Gauntlet: Deluxe Edition TPB - 2,473
    44. Captain Marvel: Ms. Marvel - A Hero Is Born Omnibus - 1,206
    45. Black Panther Epic Collection Vol. 2: Revenge of the Black Panther - 1,178
    47. Infinity Warps: Two-In-One TPB - 1,148
    50. Captain Marvel: Earths Mightiest Hero Vol. 5 TPB - 1,102
    54. Conan Chronicles Epic Collection Vol. 1: Out of the Darksome Hills - 1,024
    63. Decades: Marvel in the 50s - Captain America Strikes - 971
    65. The Punisher Epic Collection Vol. 3: Kingpin Rules - 950
    70. Venomnibus Vol. 2 - 904
    71. Marvel Masterworks: Luke Cage, Power Man Vol. 3 HC - 898
    72. Iron Fist: Deadly Hands Kung Fu – The Complete Collection - 879
    76. Ghost Rider: The War For Heaven Book 1 TPB - 838
    94. Punisher War Journal by Matt Fraction: The Complete Collection Vol. 1 - 726
    95. Excalibur Epic Collection Vol. 3: Girls School From Heck - 724
    106. Deadpool Classic Vol. 23: Mercs For Money TPB - 665
    136. Star Wars by Jason Aaron Omnibus - 544
    137. Uncanny X-Men by Kieron Gillen: The Complete Collection Vol. 1 -533
    167. Hulk: Dogs of War OHC - 440
    176. Cable & X-Force: Onslaught TPB - 418

    DC's Omnibus figures:
    73. Wonder Woman by Phil Jiminez Omnibus - 874
    79. He Man & The Masters of the Universe Omnibus - 806
    Wow, the Star Wars by Jason Aaron Omnibus did not sell many copies. Would have expected much more. Thought it was a popular run. Anyway happy that I have it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxy View Post
    Wow, the Star Wars by Jason Aaron Omnibus did not sell many copies. Would have expected much more. Thought it was a popular run. Anyway happy that I have it now
    Could be because a lot of people already have the OHCs?
    Currently Pulling: Amazing Spider-man, Daredevil, Black Hammer/Justice League, Invisible Kingdom, Tommy Gun Wizards, Farmhand, Gideon Falls, Criminal, Babyteeth

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    Could be because a lot of people already have the OHCs?
    One would assume so.

    I wonder if Marvel is starting to rethink publishing these competing formats and just drop their OHC line. From what I track there are not that many OHCs being solicited as before but I could be mistaken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ87 View Post
    It's a shame we didn't get an OHC for this.
    Also, in order to complete the whole storyline, a couple of extra paperbacks are needed, correct?
    This is what i found on comicbookherald.com:


    Collected Spider-Geddon Trades

    Spider-Geddon: Edge of Spider-Geddon

    Collects: Edge of Spider-Geddon #1 to #4, Superior Octopus #1

    Spider-Geddon
    Collects: Spider-Geddon #0 to #5, Spider-Geddon: Vault of Spiders #1 to #2

    Spider-Geddon: Covert Ops
    Collects: Spider-Force #1 to #3, Spider-Girls #1 to #3


    Spider-Geddon Comics Reading Order
    Edge of Spider-Geddon #1 to #4
    Spider-Geddon #0
    Superior Octopus #1
    Spider-Geddon #1
    Spider-Geddon #2
    Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #311
    Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #312
    Despite publication after Spider-Geddon #3, Spectacular #312 should be read in conjunction with issue #311. This helps make Miles Morales involvement align with the main event issues.
    Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #1
    Spider Girls #1 (written by Jody Houser)
    Spider-Force #1 (by Christopher Priest with art by Paulo Siqueira)
    Vault of Spiders #1
    Spider-Geddon #3
    Vault of Spiders #2
    Spider-Force #2
    Spider-Geddon #4
    Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #2
    Spider-Girls #2
    Spider-Force #3
    Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #3
    Spider-Girls #3
    Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #313
    Spider-Geddon #5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxy View Post
    Wow, the Star Wars by Jason Aaron Omnibus did not sell many copies. Would have expected much more. Thought it was a popular run. Anyway happy that I have it now
    Yes, I found this very surprising especially as it is a lauded and popular run.

    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    Could be because a lot of people already have the OHCs?
    Possibly, but this didn't stop the Hawkeye Fraction or Daredevil Waid Omnibuses also selling well.

    Quote Originally Posted by mzqamarul View Post
    One would assume so.

    I wonder if Marvel is starting to rethink publishing these competing formats and just drop their OHC line. From what I track there are not that many OHCs being solicited as before but I could be mistaken.
    There are less and less OHCs and their sales have dropped quite markedly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPodwithnomusic View Post
    A lot of new collections were added to Hachette this morning, including a lot of epics
    • Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Omnibus
    • X-Men Classic: The Complete Collection Vol. 2
    • Mutant X: The Complete Collection Vol. 2
    • Vision: The Complete Collection
    • Deadpool by Joe Kelly: The Complete Collection Vol. 1
    • What If? Classic: The Complete Collection Vol. 2
    • Daredevil Epic Collection: A Woman Called Widow (vol 4)
    • Doctor Strange Epic Collection: Triumph and Torment (vol 8)
    • Power Man and Iron Fist Epic Collection: Doombringer (vol 3)
    • X-Factor Epic Collection: X-Aminations (vol 8)
    • Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Menace Revealed Vol. 2
    • Avengers vs. Fantastic Four
    • Adventures of Spider-Man Vol. 3
    • M.O.D.O.K.: Head Trips
    • Spectacular Spider-Man: Lo, This Monster (collects the Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #1-2)
    Anybody have opinions on X-Factor? I have the volume 7 Epic and then most of this 8th volume collected in OHC/Omnibus. I think I would just be missing issues 93/94 to 100.

    Are these few missing issues worth double dipping and picking up the EPIC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    Could be because a lot of people already have the OHCs?
    Oh yes, forgot about those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andru View Post
    Anybody have opinions on X-Factor? I have the volume 7 Epic and then most of this 8th volume collected in OHC/Omnibus. I think I would just be missing issues 93/94 to 100.

    Are these few missing issues worth double dipping and picking up the EPIC?
    If you're a big J. M. DeMatteis fan then you'd probably enjoy those issues. By JMD fan, I mean beyond Kraven's Last Hunt. He has a very distinct writing style that usually includes a lot of strange, mystical elements to it. If you liked his Spectacular Spider-Man run from #178-200 then you'd enjoy the X-Factor issues.

    The issues themselves are pretty important to the X-Factor story. If you plan to buy X-Factor epic volume 9 then you should read #94-100. Issues #101-105 deal a lot with the aftermath of #100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxy View Post
    Wow, the Star Wars by Jason Aaron Omnibus did not sell many copies. Would have expected much more. Thought it was a popular run. Anyway happy that I have it now
    Just speaking for myself, I got into Marvel’s Star Wars through that Comixology “Every collection is $1.99” sale from a while back, and now I just wait for those sales to get new collections. Once I started down the path of reading SW digitally, forever has it dominated my et cetera.

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    Is Mutant X worth picking up? I kind of like alt-universe X-Men stories - they're easier to get into than 616 without a bunch of research
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    How good is the Mask in the Iron Man omni? Is it an important continuation of Busiek & Chen?

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    I would have got the Star Wars Omnibus, but the OHCs were reduced in the lead up before its release, and the Doctor Aphra OHC overlapped with the Omnibuses. So I'm at least one buyer who chose the OHCs over the Omnibus.

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    > Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Omnibus

    I did not see that coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Parker View Post
    > Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Omnibus

    I did not see that coming.
    I didn't either.

    It's a shame that this isn't the Deluxe Edition from 1985. That's what makes this a pass for me.

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