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    Does anyone know when Avengers by Hickman complete collection vol. 5 is going to be released? It should wrap out his run, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    Does anyone know when Avengers by Hickman complete collection vol. 5 is going to be released? It should wrap out his run, right?
    I don't think it has been announced or fished yet. But the first four have been released within a space of 7 months, so it's almost definitely going to be this year sometime.

    And yep, it should wrap up his run. I'd guess it will collect the full Time Runs Out arc, which would give it a similar page count to Vols 3 and 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newparisian View Post
    You know, I'd love to see an omni of Ewing's Avengers work. Mighty Avengers, then Cap & Mighty, then New Avengers and USAvengers. None are classics, but still a rolicking good time.
    100% agreed. I love Ewing as a writer, and loved that he uses slightly obscure characters, like Sunspot, etc... USAvengers was more fun than it should have been ;-)
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    From the IDW solicitations:

    John Buscema's Marvel Heroes Artist's Edition

    John Buscema (w & a & c)
    Featuring an outstanding sampling of Big John Buscema's classic stories, covers, and interior pages from the mid 1960s to the later '70s, all in the groundbreaking and multi-Eisner Award-winning Artist's Edition format!
    Buscema was a true "artist's artist," his stellar anatomy, coupled with dynamic storytelling, made him one of the most revered and respected artists in the Marvel Pantheon. This volume will contain several complete stories (including Avengers and Sub-Mariner), plus incredible examples of art from his runs on Avengers, Fantastic Four, Thor, Sub-Mariner, and more. There will be a gallery section chock full of covers. And, as with all Artist's Editions, all the art in this book has been scanned from Buscema's originals, enabling the reader to be able to clearly view each page as never before—clearly seeing pencils, editorial notations, ink gradients, more—all the little details and nuances that makes original art unique. Unless you were looking over John Buscema's shoulder in his studio, you'll never have a better opportunity than this to see his artwork as it truly looks!
    BONUS—This book will feature several foldouts presenting a number of Buscema's early, larger covers at full size—a true treat for art lovers!
    HC • BW • $150 • 176 pages • 12" x 17" • ISBN: 978-1-68405-871-6


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    Steranko Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Artisan Edition

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    Previously presented in the much-acclaimed Artist's Edition format, and winner of an Eisner Award, now you can appreciate this historic run of comics in the new Artisan Edition format.
    In the mid-1960s, Jim Steranko burst into the Marvel Age of comics in a BIG way, and the innovative, cinematic techniques he introduced in his brief tenure at The House of Ideas stand to this day as a high-water mark in the history of graphic storytelling. More than any other series, Steranko is most associated with Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. This Artisan Edition collects the first 12 stories of Steranko's run, from Strange Tales #151–162, as well as his covers from these issues. Additionally, there will be a select number of extras presented. And, as usual, nearly all the pages have been scanned from the original art, from Steranko's private archives.
    Story and art by Jim Steranko with additional script by Stan Lee and Roy Thomas. Additional Layouts by Jack Kirby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimmer View Post
    100% agreed. I love Ewing as a writer, and loved that he uses slightly obscure characters, like Sunspot, etc... USAvengers was more fun than it should have been ;-)
    Given how popular Immoral Hulk is, I can see his name being published more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    Does anyone know when Avengers by Hickman complete collection vol. 5 is going to be released? It should wrap out his run, right?
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    I don't think it has been announced or fished yet. But the first four have been released within a space of 7 months, so it's almost definitely going to be this year sometime.

    And yep, it should wrap up his run. I'd guess it will collect the full Time Runs Out arc, which would give it a similar page count to Vols 3 and 4.
    They already have a Time Runs Out book:

    https://www.amazon.com/Avengers-Time...6730148&sr=8-1

    I thought they would stop at volume 4 and have the Time Runs Out book as volume 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    They already have a Time Runs Out book:

    https://www.amazon.com/Avengers-Time...6730148&sr=8-1

    I thought they would stop at volume 4 and have the Time Runs Out book as volume 5
    That Time Runs Out book is from 2016. They’ll reprint that arc as part of the “Complete Jonathan Hickman” collection too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    They already have a Time Runs Out book:

    https://www.amazon.com/Avengers-Time...6730148&sr=8-1

    I thought they would stop at volume 4 and have the Time Runs Out book as volume 5
    They had Infinity as a standalone book as well - yet they reprinted that as part of the series. So I'll remain optimistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adset View Post
    That Time Runs Out book is from 2016. They’ll reprint that arc as part of the “Complete Jonathan Hickman” collection too.
    Can't believe it's been that long; ah those were the wild times at Marvel

    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    They had Infinity as a standalone book as well - yet they reprinted that as part of the series. So I'll remain optimistic.

    Yeah true that, the new reprint collection is so much better because of the reading order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliehustle415 View Post
    Can't believe it's been that long; ah those were the wild times at Marvel

    Yeah true that, the new reprint collection is so much better because of the reading order.
    I have both Hickman omnis, is the reading order for Infinity and TRO correct in those?
    Mine are still shrinkwrapped, will get to them in 2023 lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilynne View Post
    Given how popular Immoral Hulk is, I can see his name being published more.
    I hope Marvel doesn't omni IH as one big brick like DC's Deathstroke omni... Great run but bleh..

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    Quote Originally Posted by newparisian View Post
    I hope Marvel doesn't omni IH as one big brick like DC's Deathstroke omni... Great run but bleh..
    I've lost track, how many issues is it with annuals and tie ins and specials? It's still ongoing correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newparisian View Post
    I have both Hickman omnis, is the reading order for Infinity and TRO correct in those?
    Mine are still shrinkwrapped, will get to them in 2023 lol
    I have the deluxe editions and for whatever reason Infinity wasn't included so trying to read Avengers, New Avengers and Infinity between 3 books is annoying as all hell

    I am going to upgrade to the complete editions soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by newparisian View Post
    I have both Hickman omnis, is the reading order for Infinity and TRO correct in those?
    Mine are still shrinkwrapped, will get to them in 2023 lol
    Yes, it is.

    Mind, the omnis only include the solo Hickman-written stuff, so if you want any of the issues written by other writers featuring Hickman’s cast (Avengers World, a couple annuals, I think maybe some “.1” issues, etc), you have to look elsewhere for those. But the Hickman issues are in their intended reading order in the omnis and the Secret Wars OHC that wraps up his run.

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