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    HEROES REBORN: THE RETURN OMNIBUS
    Written by PETER DAVID, DAN JURGENS, CHRIS CLAREMONT, JOE CASEY, JOE KELLY, FABIAN NICIEZA, CHUCK DIXON, TONY BEDARD, JEPH LOEB & SEAN MCKEEVER
    Penciled by SALVADOR LARROCA, DAN JURGENS, MIKE MCKONE, MICHAEL RYAN, CHARLIE ADLARD, MARK BAGLEY, LEONARDO MANCO, PATCH ZIRCHER, CHRIS BATISTA, STEFANO CASELLI, JIM CALAFIORE, ROB LIEFELD, FILIPE ANDRADE & MORE
    Cover by BRETT BOOTH
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    The Avengers and Fantastic Four return from the pocket dimension of “Heroes Reborn,” but the Earth they left behind still needs heroes! As waters rise and Celestials loom, will Rikki “Bucky” Barnes and her Young Allies step up — or is Doctor Doom the iron hand this ravaged planet needs? Trapped on this Counter-Earth, the disguised villains called the Thunderbolts must choose between escape or becoming heroes! And the interdimensional Exiles drop in for a visit! But when Onslaught rises, Franklin Richards returns to the original world he created — and Rikki Barnes must summon allies from the real Marvel Universe! Collecting HEROES REBORN: THE RETURN #1-4; THOR ANNUAL 1999; HEROES REBORN: DOOMSDAY, ASHEMA, MASTERS OF EVIL, REBEL, REMNANTS, YOUNG ALLIES and DOOM; FANTASTIC FOUR (1998) #25 and #31; DOOM #1-3; DOOM: THE EMPEROR RETURNS #1-3; THUNDERBOLTS (1997) #51-52, #60-62, #64, #66, #68, #70, #72 and #74; EXILES (2001) #81-82; ONSLAUGHT REBORN #1-5; ONSLAUGHT UNLEASHED #1-4; and MARVEL SPOTLIGHT: HEROES REBORN/ONSLAUGHT REBORN.
    1136 PGS./Rated T …$125.00

  2. #14957
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    CONAN THE BARBARIAN: THE ORIGINAL MARVEL YEARS OMNIBUS VOL. 4
    Written by ROY THOMAS with ED SUMMER
    Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA with TONY DeZUNIGA, ERNIE CHAN, SAL BUSCEMA & GIL KANE
    Cover by Valerio Giangiordano
    DM Variant Cover by John Buscema
    Roy Thomas’ decade-long original run on CONAN THE BARBARIAN ranks as one of the greatest in comic book history, and it was crucial in making Conan an icon known the world over! In this action-packed Omnibus, Roy and artistic collaborator John Buscema bring the saga of Bêlit and her quest for the crown of Asgulun to a conclusion. It’s a tale that will forever change Conan’s life — and the adventures that follow feature a more savage Conan, fiercer than ever and truly unbound! Plus: Thrilling sequels to The Hour of the Dragon, an offbeat What If? tale that places Conan in the middle of modern-day New York City and a massive trove of original art, essays and behind-the-scenes material! Collecting CONAN THE BARBARIAN (1970) #84-115 and ANNUAL #4-6 and WHAT IF? (1977) #13.
    880 PGS./Parental AdvisorySLC …$125.00

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    SOLOMON KANE: THE ORIGINAL MARVEL YEARS OMNIBUS
    Written by ROBERT E. HOWARD, ROY THOMAS, DON GLUT & MORE
    Penciled by DAVID WENZEL, HOWARD CHAYKIN, STEVE CARR, BRET BLEVINS, MIKE MIGNOLA, JOHN BOGDANOVE, JOHN RIDGEWAY, AL WILLIAMSON & MORE
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    DM Variant Cover by HOWARD CHAYKIN & JOHN BUSCEMA
    He’s a weapon of God, stalking the Sixteenth Century! A tall, grim wanderer, roving the Earth to right all its wrongs! Let those who worship the power of evil beware, lest they face…Solomon Kane! He sprang from the mind of Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard — and just like the Cimmerian, this Puritan adventurer was a comic book sensation! Now Kane’s complete, classic Marvel adventures are collected in one jaw-dropping Omnibus volume! Featuring adaptations of Howard’s formative tales and new chapters by such scribes as Roy Thomas and Ralph Macchio — all filled with pirates, cannibals, demons and vampires! Collecting MARVEL PREMIERE (1972) 33-34; SOLOMON KANE (1985) 1-6; MATERIAL FROM CONAN SAGA (1987) 50, DRACULA LIVES! (1973) 3, KULL AND THE BARBARIANS (1975) 2-3, MARVEL PREVIEW (1975) 19, MONSTERS UNLEASHED (1973) 1, SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN (1974) 13-14, 18-20, 22, 25, 26, 33-34, 37, 39, 41, 53-54, 62, 83, 162, 169, 171, 219, 220.
    624 PGS./Rated T+ …$100.00

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    X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN OMNIBUS
    Written by ED PISKOR
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    Cover by ED PISKOR
    ON SALE JULY 2020
    Over six tumultuous decades, the X-Men have carved a singular place in comic book lore and popular culture. Now, New York Times best-selling author Ed Piskor (Hip-Hop Family Tree, Wizzywig) takes you on a pulse-pounding tour of X-Men history unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before — an intricate labor of love that stitches together hundreds of classic and obscure stories into one seamless X-Men masterpiece! All three volumes of Piskor’s GRAND DESIGN series are collected in a single volume for the first time — taking you from Professor X’s formation of the original team, through the Second Genesis of the All-New, All-Different X-Men and the devastating Dark Phoenix Saga, to 1980s epics, such as Inferno, that pushed mutantkind to the brink of X-tinction! Collecting X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN #1-2, X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN — SECOND GENESIS #1-2 and X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN — X-TINCTION #1-2.
    488 PGS./Rated T+ …$100.00

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    STAR WARS: AGE OF RESISTANCE OHC
    Written by TOM TAYLOR, G. WILLOW WILSON & CHRIS ELIOPOULOS
    Penciled by LEONARD KIRK, RAMON ROSANAS, MATTEO BUFFAGNI, ELSA CHARRETIER & JAVIER PINA
    Cover by PATCH ZIRCHER
    Concluding the Age of Star Wars — epic adventures featuring your favorite characters from all three film trilogies! This final volume spotlights the heroes of the Resistance and the villains of the First Order! Witness the moments that define them and the incredible battles that shaped them — and their eternal conflict between light and darkness! Solo stories shine a light on major figures from Star Wars Episodes VII-IX — including Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Rose Tico, Maz Kanata, Vice Admiral Holdo…and the lovable BB-8! But in the growing darkness, Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader Snoke, Captain Phasma and General Hux are waiting! Collecting STAR WARS: AGE OF RESISTANCE — CAPTAIN PHASMA, FINN, GENERAL HUX, KYLO REN, POE DAMERON, REY, ROSE TICO, SUPREME LEADER SNOKE and SPECIAL.
    224 PGS./Rated T …$34.99

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    MARVEL MASTERWORKS: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 22 HC
    Written by ROGER STERN with JAN STRNAD, BILL MANTLO, MARK GRUENWALD & MARK BURBEY
    Penciled by JOHN ROMITA JR. with RICK LEONARDI & BOB HALL
    Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR
    ON SALE JULY 2020
    The Marvel Masterworks are proud to present one of the greatest eras in Spider-Man history: Roger Stern and John Romita Jr.’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN! These two all-time greats raised Spidey to new heights while recapturing the compelling tone and character-driven focus that made the web-slinger world-famous! Stern and JRJR returned classic villains like the Vulture to the fore, explored a disturbing fate for the Tarantula, told the definitive Juggernaut story and made J. Jonah Jameson a bigger pain than ever before. And that was just their warm-up! This incomparable volume also features the first appearance of Monica Rambeau (A.K.A. Captain Marvel), a mountain of character profiles from the OFFICIAL HANDBOOK OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE, an in-depth intro by Roger Stern and more! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #224-237 and ANNUAL #16.
    448 PGS./Rated T …$100.00

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    MARVEL MASTERWORKS: THE FANTASTIC FOUR VOL. 22 HC
    Written by JOHN BYRNE with STAN LEE
    Penciled by JOHN BYRNE
    Cover by JOHN BYRNE
    ON SALE JUNE 2020
    Master storyteller John Byrne’s groundbreaking FANTASTIC FOUR run continues! From a mysterious Wakandan adventure to the chilling return of Galactus, Byrne orchestrates epic adventures that capture the spirit of what makes the FF Marvel’s greatest super-team. Each issue explores the essence of these beloved characters while also putting them in extremely unexpected places — like side by side with Doctor Doom in a battle for Latveria! Byrne also recognizes the power of Sue Richards, has changes in store for Nova and the Thing and returns to the X-Men for a supersized 250th-issue extravaganza! Plus: John Byrne’s SILVER SURFER collaboration with Stan Lee, an alternate-universe exploration of a Fantastic Four without super-powers and a rare story spotlighting Mister Fantastic! Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #241-250, SILVER SURFER (1982) #1 and material from WHAT IF? (1977) #36 and MARVEL FANFARE (1982) #2.
    360 PGS./Rated T …$75.00

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    I'm most excited for that Ben Reilly vol.2 Omni followed by Heroes Reborn:The Return. Conan vol.4 is likely to be gotten and the Solomon Kane and Marvel Classics will be blow out clearance buys if they are around for that.(I think they will be).

    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    MARVEL MASTERWORKS: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 22 HC
    Written by ROGER STERN with JAN STRNAD, BILL MANTLO, MARK GRUENWALD & MARK BURBEY
    Penciled by JOHN ROMITA JR. with RICK LEONARDI & BOB HALL
    Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR
    ON SALE JULY 2020
    The Marvel Masterworks are proud to present one of the greatest eras in Spider-Man history: Roger Stern and John Romita Jr.’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN! These two all-time greats raised Spidey to new heights while recapturing the compelling tone and character-driven focus that made the web-slinger world-famous! Stern and JRJR returned classic villains like the Vulture to the fore, explored a disturbing fate for the Tarantula, told the definitive Juggernaut story and made J. Jonah Jameson a bigger pain than ever before. And that was just their warm-up! This incomparable volume also features the first appearance of Monica Rambeau (A.K.A. Captain Marvel), a mountain of character profiles from the OFFICIAL HANDBOOK OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE, an in-depth intro by Roger Stern and more! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #224-237 and ANNUAL #16.
    448 PGS./Rated T …$100.00
    So with this solicit the MMW are only about 3 or so volumes away from the McFarlene collected Omni. Moving right along!

    Also, my wife is not a fan of my book buying. I marginally offset it buy selling off single runs in a semi-regular way via Ebay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    100 Omnibuses in a year - that's Speedy Gonzales quick. I started collecting them back in 2011 or thereabouts when I picked up the then OOP Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1 for half cover or so. It was when I started to get back into comics after a 25 year hiatus, mainly thanks to the MCU. I then decided to only pick up those that I really wanted..... So much for that, I now have 113 Marvel Omnibuses, 28 Marvel Masterworks and around 80+ Marvel OHCs! My wife's also not a fan and asks from time to time when I'm going to start selling them I did manage to sell a few books. It's very hard to part with them. Anyway, welcome to the Omnibus club!
    Thanks, Raffi. For me, it can be traced back to my MU subscription. Read Ultimate Spider-man and really liked it but just something about holding the stuff in your hands that I prefer to a digital subscription. It’s funny you mention x-men as I just recently collected 94-321 (mostly through omnibus but sprinkled in some epics and tpb’s when it made more sense). Also, I think it is a similar experience for a lot of us. We start off saying we will only get what we really want but it quickly spirals especially when you see deals you can’t pass up (for example the Conan vol 1 variant cover which I’ve seen go for up to $300 and I snagged it at cover - very happy about that). I’ve pretty much got everything on my wish list. As I read through, I intend on selling what I really don’t dig. Gonna part with the invincible compendiums for example (really liked but not enough to want to hang onto it). Also, when I said 100 Omnibus I was a bit off lol. I counted and it’s actually 131 to be exact. Also have a lot of DC omnibus too. I know we aren’t supposed to admit that here but I do have a soft spot for a lot of their stuff. Regardless, I’m glad to join the club and don’t intend on stopping anytime soon if ever.

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    Any opinions on the Marvel Classics material? The names of Moench and Maggin catch my attention...

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    Quote Originally Posted by invisiblegardener View Post
    Any opinions on the Marvel Classics material? The names of Moench and Maggin catch my attention...
    Yeah, I was wondering the same. Always have been interested in the Iliad and an adaptation such as this definitely piques the interest but hard to find reviews for this. Would be nice to get the take of someone familiar with the material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nab432 View Post
    Yeah, I was wondering the same. Always have been interested in the Iliad and an adaptation such as this definitely piques the interest but hard to find reviews for this. Would be nice to get the take of someone familiar with the material.
    Iliad AND Odyssey, correct? And Dickens, and Poe, and Frankenstein... This is a sure buy for me, at least on release day. Not sure if this will be 'bargain bin' material like some have said, but it makes sense for Marvel to do this; I mean all the material in it is copyright free, I would assume, by now, so they can print it for little $ and make a profit, Good for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    MARVEL MASTERWORKS: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 22 HC
    Written by ROGER STERN with JAN STRNAD, BILL MANTLO, MARK GRUENWALD & MARK BURBEY
    Penciled by JOHN ROMITA JR. with RICK LEONARDI & BOB HALL
    Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR
    ON SALE JULY 2020
    The Marvel Masterworks are proud to present one of the greatest eras in Spider-Man history: Roger Stern and John Romita Jr.’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN! These two all-time greats raised Spidey to new heights while recapturing the compelling tone and character-driven focus that made the web-slinger world-famous! Stern and JRJR returned classic villains like the Vulture to the fore, explored a disturbing fate for the Tarantula, told the definitive Juggernaut story and made J. Jonah Jameson a bigger pain than ever before. And that was just their warm-up! This incomparable volume also features the first appearance of Monica Rambeau (A.K.A. Captain Marvel), a mountain of character profiles from the OFFICIAL HANDBOOK OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE, an in-depth intro by Roger Stern and more! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #224-237 and ANNUAL #16.
    448 PGS./Rated T …$100.00
    I already have the Roger Stern omni which covers this material (along with what I assume will be the contents of Amazing MMW Vol 23 and the eventual Spectacular MMW Vols 4 and 5). But even when I prefer oversized art, I still might be getting this one anyway. If anything, because I specifically find the Stern omni super unwieldy and uncomfortable to read.

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    So with this solicit the MMW are only about 3 or so volumes away from the McFarlene collected Omni. Moving right along!
    Yeah, it's not too far. One more volume by Stern/Romita and a few issues before we get to Michelinie/McFarlane. I cannot believe how -relateviley- close we are to Kraven's Last Hunt in MMW. What do you guys think the collecting procedure will be once we get to these different-title-crossover storylines?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN OMNIBUS
    Written by ED PISKOR
    Penciled by ED PISKOR
    Cover by ED PISKOR
    ON SALE JULY 2020
    Over six tumultuous decades, the X-Men have carved a singular place in comic book lore and popular culture. Now, New York Times best-selling author Ed Piskor (Hip-Hop Family Tree, Wizzywig) takes you on a pulse-pounding tour of X-Men history unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before — an intricate labor of love that stitches together hundreds of classic and obscure stories into one seamless X-Men masterpiece! All three volumes of Piskor’s GRAND DESIGN series are collected in a single volume for the first time — taking you from Professor X’s formation of the original team, through the Second Genesis of the All-New, All-Different X-Men and the devastating Dark Phoenix Saga, to 1980s epics, such as Inferno, that pushed mutantkind to the brink of X-tinction! Collecting X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN #1-2, X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN — SECOND GENESIS #1-2 and X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN — X-TINCTION #1-2.
    488 PGS./Rated T+ …$100.00
    I loved reading these! I am currently reading the Byrne/Claremont run again. Piskor made me love the X Men again. Any thoughts on the Powers of X or House of X books? At the LCS I saw that book and it was oversized.

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    In for another Conan and maybe for Kane and Classics.

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