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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker View Post
    I noticed the ASM newspaper strip was coming to an end this week. It made me curious about reading the ASM Ultimate Newspaper Comics Collection volumes. Anyone own/read these and can you recommend them or no?
    I enjoy them. I'm up to the third volume currently with four waiting to be read. It's a different take on Spidey, but interesting nonetheless. I'm a huge fan, so I'd recommend giving them a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SermonsDomain View Post
    I enjoy them. I'm up to the third volume currently with four waiting to be read. It's a different take on Spidey, but interesting nonetheless. I'm a huge fan, so I'd recommend giving them a shot.
    Thanks! Added to my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimmer View Post
    What's the overall consensus on the original Planet Hulk OHC vs. the PLanet Hulk omni? I see the omni includes a few (earlier) issues of the Hulk and F4, but otherwise seems about the same contents as the OHC. If one were to get the OHC, would they be missing anything?
    Im seeing the OHC going for really cheap prices vs the omni, and since I'm not a "have to get the omnibus!" guy, i'm leaning towards finally getting the OHC. Thoughts?
    Yeah you can also buy the Prelude to Planet Hulk TPB + Planet Hulk OHC for the same contents which I presume is cheaper than the omni. I read Planet Hulk OHC and don't feel the prelude material is important. Prelude basically covers the motivations of certain characters on why they did what they did to Hulk and IIRC those are recapped in the character conversations early on in Planet Hulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker View Post
    I noticed the ASM newspaper strip was coming to an end this week. It made me curious about reading the ASM Ultimate Newspaper Comics Collection volumes. Anyone own/read these and can you recommend them or no?
    I have the first two volumes by IDW. I haven't read them yet but they are beautifully put together. I'm thinking of picking up volumes 3-4.

    Quote Originally Posted by SermonsDomain View Post
    I enjoy them. I'm up to the third volume currently with four waiting to be read. It's a different take on Spidey, but interesting nonetheless. I'm a huge fan, so I'd recommend giving them a shot.
    Are you talking about the hardcover editions released by IDW? If so, they have only released four volumes, with Vol. 5 planned for a June 2019 release. Your comment gives us seven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    I have the first two volumes by IDW. I haven't read them yet but they are beautifully put together. I'm thinking of picking up volumes 3-4.



    Are you talking about the hardcover editions released by IDW? If so, they have only released four volumes, with Vol. 5 planned for a June 2019 release. Your comment gives us seven.
    I'm guessing he meant "with volume four waiting to be read" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QComix View Post
    I'm guessing he meant "with volume four waiting to be read" ?
    Ah, gotcha. That makes sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andru View Post
    Since I have been enjoying Immortal Hulk, and they are going to collect this run in OHC format, I have been tempted to collect some other Hulk stories...because apparently I can't be satisfied with just one Hulk collection

    As of right now I am leaning heavily toward the Planet Hulk & World War Hulk omnis. Any opinions on these two omnibus?
    The Collections dept has started making more Hulk material in Omni and OHC form the past year+
    It is more likely that we might see Immortal Hulk in either OHC or Omni now vs say 2yrs ago.
    Planet Hulk=modern classic
    WWH=mostly enjoyable followup

    I'm in that club still holding out for TIH Silver Age vol.2 Omni.
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    You know, I actually quite like the regular Arthur Adams Avengers Vol. 4 Omnibus cover and prefer it to the Neal Adams DM Variant cover. I might just purchase it instead of the DM one.


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    It looks like the Savage Conan DM Cover Omnibus is sold out.

    I have a feeling the Avengers and Spider-Man DM cover's will be ok, but these Conan ones are selling hot

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyWeiss View Post
    It looks like the Savage Conan DM Cover Omnibus is sold out.

    I have a feeling the Avengers and Spider-Man DM cover's will be ok, but these Conan ones are selling hot
    I managed to secure my order for the Savage Sword of Conan and Avengers 4 Omnibus DM's today.

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    I placed my order for DM versions of Avengers and Savage Sword of Conan at 2:02 Central. I checked again out of curiosity at 4:00 Central, and both were still available. Looks like the Savage Sword of Conan sold out between 4:00 and 4:47 Central (less than 3 hours from posting).

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    NAMOR THE SUB-MARINER BY JOHN BYRNE & JAE LEE OMNIBUS
    Written by JOHN BYRNE, JOEY CAVALIERI, BOB HARRAS, SCOTT LOBDELL, RON MARZ, PETER DAVID, ROY THOMAS & MORE
    Penciled by JOHN BYRNE, JAE LEE, JIMMY PALMIOTTI, SCOTT KOLINS, JAMES FRY, KEVIN MAGUIRE, TOM MORGAN, MC WYMAN & MORE
    COVERS BY JOHN BYRNE, JAE LEE
    A radical reinvention of Namor the Sub-Mariner by two comics legends! First, John Byrne writes and draws the iconic hero as Namor enters the cutthroat world of corporate intrigue! The Sub-Mariner faces the subtle threat of the diabolical Marrs twins, stands trial for his attacks on New York…and gets beheaded?! Namor reforges alliances with old friends the Invaders, battles long-forgotten foes from World War II and unravels the mystery behind the resurrection of Iron Fist! Then — as Jae Lee takes the artistic reins, crafting dark and moody visuals — Namor confronts Doctor Doom and Master Khan, struggles to regain his memory and returns to Atlantis to face a foe unlike any other! Collecting NAMOR THE SUB-MARINER #1-40 and ANNUAL #1-2, plus material from INCREDIBLE HULK ANNUAL #18, SILVER SURFER ANNUAL #5 and DOCTOR STRANGE, SORCERER SUPREME ANNUAL #2.
    1192 PGS./Rated T …$125.00

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    MARVEL UNIVERSE BY ROB LIEFELD OMNIBUS
    Written by ROB LIEFELD, LOUISE SIMONSON, CHRIS CLAREMONT, JIM VALENTINO, JEPH LOEB, ERIC STEPHENSON, FABIAN NICIEZA, SCOTT LOBDELL & MORE
    Penciled by ROB LIEFELD, JIM VALENTINO, CHAP YAEP, IAN CHURCHILL & MORE
    Cover by ROB LIEFELD
    You know him as the 1990s superstar who transformed the New Mutants into X-Force and co-created Cable and Deadpool — but Rob Liefeld also left his mark on the wider Marvel Universe! Now these adventures featuring Liefeld’s all-action plots and artwork are collected in a single, high-octane Omnibus! Relive his revolutionary reimaginings of Captain America and the Avengers in the world of Heroes Reborn — and its blockbuster sequel ONSLAUGHT REBORN! Early Liefeld artwork featuring the X-Men, X-Factor, Spider-Man and the Black Widow! A savage Wolverine vs. Deadpool showdown! And more! Collecting X-FACTOR (1986) #40, UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #245, WHAT IF? (1989) #7, CAPTAIN AMERICA (1996) #1-6, AVENGERS (1996) #1-7, WOLVERINE (1988) #154-157 and ONSLAUGHT REBORN #1-5 — plus material from AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #23; MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS (1988) #51-53, #85-86 and #99; and HEROES REBORN #1/2.
    856 PGS./Rated T+ ...$100.00

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    MARVEL MASTERWORKS: DOCTOR STRANGE VOL. 9 HC
    Written by ROGER STERN with J.M. DeMATTEIS
    Penciled by MARSHALL ROGERS & PAUL SMITH with GENE COLAN, MICHAEL GOLDEN, BRENT ANDERSON, KEVIN NOWLAN & CHARLES VESS
    Cover by PAUL SMITH
    This Halloween, the Marvel Masterworks cast an enticing spell with the newest volume of Doctor Strange! All-time great writer Roger Stern joins a host of the best artists ever to draw the Master of the Mystic Arts. The result? Pure magic. The tales in store feature the return of classic enemies such as Nightmare, Baron Mordo and Dormammu; introduce Morgana Blessing; team Stephen Strange with Brother Voodoo; draw Clea into a war for the Dark Dimension; and send Strange back in time — both to ancient Egypt alongside the Fantastic Four and to World War II with Nick Fury! Painstakingly restored and packed with extras galore, this amazing tome honors one of greatest eras in Doctor Strange’s history. Collecting DOCTOR STRANGE (1974) #47-57, plus material from MARVEL FANFARE (1982) #6, CRAZY MAGAZINE #88 and the 1983 OFFICIAL HANDBOOK OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE.
    336 PGS./Rated T …$75.00

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    MARVEL MASTERWORKS: GHOST RIDER VOL. 1 HC
    Written by GARY FRIEDRICH with ROY THOMAS, MARV WOLFMAN & DOUG MOENCH
    Penciled by MIKE PLOOG, TOM SUTTON & JIM MOONEY with HERB TRIMPE
    Cover by MIKE PLOOG
    Johnny Blaze, the Ghost Rider, makes his Marvel Masterworks debut! In 1972, one of the most iconic characters in comics history — the flame-skulled Ghost Rider — burned his demonic presence into readers’ minds! A legion of fans found themselves addicted to the Rider’s combination of hell-on-wheels drama and action-horror adventure. And it all begins here, when Johnny Blaze makes a deal with the devil to save his friend’s life. The payment? Transformation into the Ghost Rider! The stories that follow take the horror hero to Hell to battle Satan, pit him against the tempting Witch-Woman and team him with Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan. Written by Gary Friedrich and gloriously illustrated by Mike Ploog, Tom Sutton and Jim Mooney, this iconic series is beautifully restored for this Marvel Masterworks edition! Collecting MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (1971) #5-12 and GHOST RIDER (1973) #1-5.
    328 PGS./Rated T …$75.00

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