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    MEH, just not feeling the pull for this. I passed on the event earlier this year. Heard mixed things on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    I'd have chosen issue #48 for the Regular Cover
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    Agreed, one of my favorite Wolverine covers. Really enjoyed the storyline, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post


    Another omnibus announcement
    Can someone share what it is? I can't watch right now and even if I could, Youtube is too clunky these days for me to watch these "one book announcement" videos, tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnatellodi View Post
    Can someone share what it is? I can't watch right now and even if I could, Youtube is too clunky these days for me to watch these "one book announcement" videos, tbh.
    It's Heroes Reborn: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

    The omnibus collects the mini series by Aaron and all the related one shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post


    Another omnibus announcement
    Heroes Reborn: America's Greatest Heroes Omnibus - collects Heroes Reborn (2021) #1–7, Heroes Return (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Hyperion & the Imperial Guard (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Peter Parker, The Amazing Shutterbug (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Magneto & the Mutant Force (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Young Squadron (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Siege Society (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Squadron Savage (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Marvel Double Action (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: American Knights (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Night-Gwen #1 (2021), Heroes Reborn: Weapon X & Final Flight (2021) #1.


    Really? Did this series even sell at all? It came and went in the blink of an eye. Even Omar was totally unenthusiastic about it. Personally, I'm not a fan of alternate takes on heroes anyway. Although, Age of Apocalypse was pretty good and I enjoyed reading the Omnibus.

    Marvel, just give us the Immortal Iron Fist Omnibus reprint and a Volume 2 or just one hefty expanded reprint. Also, how about a Daredevil SA Vol. 2 Omnibus and a Silver Surfer Vol. 2 Omnibus?

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    ^ ^ ^

    Ewww. More money in my pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    Heroes Reborn: America's Greatest Heroes Omnibus - collects Heroes Reborn (2021) #1–7, Heroes Return (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Hyperion & the Imperial Guard (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Peter Parker, The Amazing Shutterbug (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Magneto & the Mutant Force (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Young Squadron (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Siege Society (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Squadron Savage (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Marvel Double Action (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: American Knights (2021) #1, Heroes Reborn: Night-Gwen #1 (2021), Heroes Reborn: Weapon X & Final Flight (2021) #1.


    Really? Did this series even sell at all? It came and went in the blink of an eye. Even Omar was totally unenthusiastic about it. Personally, I'm not a fan of alternate takes on heroes anyway. Although, Age of Apocalypse was pretty good and I enjoyed reading the Omnibus.

    Marvel, just give us the Immortal Iron Fist Omnibus reprint and a Volume 2 or just one hefty expanded reprint. Also, how about a Daredevil SA Vol. 2 Omnibus and a Silver Surfer Vol. 2 Omnibus?
    I see 2 possibilities.

    1. The Trades of this story sold well, so Marvel is putting it in omnibus.
    2. Marvel is committed to collecting the event stories in omnibus in quick turnaround, e. g. Empyre, King in Black

    Not going to pick this up. Still waiting on Volume 2 for Ultimate Spider-Man and Alpha Flight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    I see 2 possibilities.

    1. The Trades of this story sold well, so Marvel is putting it in omnibus.
    2. Marvel is committed to collecting the event stories in omnibus in quick turnaround, e. g. Empyre, King in Black

    Not going to pick this up. Still waiting on Volume 2 for Ultimate Spider-Man and Alpha Flight.
    I'd wager it's 2 - showing off that any and all events will get a nice, timely omnibus is good business. And if you know that all of the events get an omnibus, you might be inclined to put them all on a shelf together, regardless of quality (I'm not naming names, but some of me are obsessive completists)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    I see 2 possibilities.

    1. The Trades of this story sold well, so Marvel is putting it in omnibus.
    2. Marvel is committed to collecting the event stories in omnibus in quick turnaround, e. g. Empyre, King in Black

    Not going to pick this up. Still waiting on Volume 2 for Ultimate Spider-Man and Alpha Flight.
    Quote Originally Posted by bob.schoonover View Post
    I'd wager it's 2 - showing off that any and all events will get a nice, timely omnibus is good business. And if you know that all of the events get an omnibus, you might be inclined to put them all on a shelf together, regardless of quality (I'm not naming names, but some of me are obsessive completists)
    Yes, 2 is probably part of the reason as well as an event in Omnibus format being partially attractive. Personally, I don't think it will be a big seller. This does actually give hope for a Devil's Reign Omnibus down the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    I see 2 possibilities.

    1. The Trades of this story sold well, so Marvel is putting it in omnibus.
    2. Marvel is committed to collecting the event stories in omnibus in quick turnaround, e. g. Empyre, King in Black

    Not going to pick this up. Still waiting on Volume 2 for Ultimate Spider-Man and Alpha Flight.

    Or 3. Jason Aaron has dirt on someone in the trades department. I think he's got the most omnibi of any Marvel writer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reviresco View Post
    Or 3. Jason Aaron has dirt on someone in the trades department. I think he's got the most omnibi of any Marvel writer.
    Right now, Marvel loves Jason Aaron. Just look at what he did to all of the beloved characters, including the cosmic Phoenix Force.
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    Another announcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post


    Another announcement.
    If money and space were no object I'd have started this line at vol. 1 so it's fans should be happy at a vol.4 announcement so soon.
    It's a pass but if wishes were horses and all that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post


    Another announcement.
    Aliens: The Original Years Vol. 4 Omnibus - collects Aliens: Fast Track to Heaven (2011) OGN HC, Aliens: Colonial Marines - No Man Left Behind (2012) #1, Alien: Isolation (2014) #1, Aliens: Defiance (2016) #1-12, Aliens: Dead Orbit (2017) #1-4, Aliens: Dust to Dust (2018) #1-4, Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay (2018) #1-5, Aliens: Resistance (2019) #1-4, Aliens: Rescue (2019) #1-4, Alien: The Original Screenplay (2020) #1-5; material from Dark Horse Presents (2011) #12-17 and Free comicbook Day: Aliens (2016) #1.

    Nah, not interested. More savings for me.

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    MARVEL: JUNE 1962 OMNIBUS
    Written by STAN LEE
    Penciled by JACK KIRBY, STEVE DITKO, STAN GOLDBERG, AL HARTLEY, DON HECK, JACK KELLER with GENE COLAN & DICK AYERS
    Covers by JAVIER RODRÌGUEZ & STEVE DITKO
    Where were you in June of 1962? We know where Spider-Man was: Making his historic debut in Amazing Fantasy #15. But that wasn’t the only thing going on in that all-important month in Marvel history: Thor first held aloft the hammer Mjolnir. Hank Pym donned his cybernetic helmet, becoming Ant-Man. The FF squared off against Namor and Doctor Doom. Kid Colt mixed it up with the Circus of Crime. Millie the Model got mixed up in more Hanover hijinks. Patsy and Hedy worked on their frenemy-ship. Star-crossed lovers dealt with the ups and downs of romance, all while tales of horror and fantasy stories crept from the pages of titles like Strange Tales. Marvel: June 1962 Omnibus collects every comic from this month of Marvel milestones!
    Collecting JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) #83; AMAZING FANTASY (1962) #15; TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) #35; KATHY #18; LIFE WITH MILLIE #18; PATSY WALKER #102; KID COLT, OUTLAW #106; FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #6; LINDA CARTER, STUDENT NURSE #7; MILLIE THE MODEL #110; STRANGE TALES (1951) #100; TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #33; LOVE ROMANCES #101; INCREDIBLE HULK (1962) #3; GUNSMOKE WESTERN #72; PATSY AND HEDY #84 and RAWHIDE KID (1955) #30.
    504 PGS./All Ages …$125.00
    ISBN: 978-1-302-94504-6
    Trim size: 7-1/4 x 10-7/8




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