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    X-MEN EPIC COLLECTION: BISHOP'S CROSSING TPB
    Volume #20 in the X-Men Epic Collections
    Written by JIM LEE, WHILCE PORTACIO, JOHN BYRNE, SCOTT LOBDELL, FABIAN NICIEZA, HOWARD MACKIE & MORE
    Penciled by WHILCE PORTACIO, JIM LEE, JOHN ROMITA JR., ANDY KUBERT, JAE LEE, RON WAGNER & MORE
    Cover by JIM LEE
    The coming of Bishop! The reunited X-Men have expanded into two squads — and while the blue team takes on Omega Red and learns secrets of Wolverine's past, the gold team brokers peace with the Hellfire Club! But when advanced Sentinels crash the party, one X-Man may not survive! Then, guns blazing, the man called Bishop arrives from the future pursuing hundreds of escaped convicts through time — and finds himself stranded in the present! Bishop was raised to idolize the X-Men…but he knows a deadly secret waiting in their future! Plus: Colossus is reunited with his brother, the X-Men face the machinations of Mojo and the blue team battles a New Orleans Brood infestation alongside Ghost Rider and…Gambit's wife?! Collecting UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #281-288, UNCANNY X-MEN ANNUAL (1992) #16, X-MEN (1991) #4-9, X-MEN ANNUAL (1992) #1 and GHOST RIDER (1990) #26-27.
    512 PGS./Rated T …$49.99
    ISBN: 978-1-302-93452-1
    Trim size: 6-5/8 x 10-3/16

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    CONAN THE BARBARIAN EPIC COLLECTION: THE ORIGINAL MARVEL YEARS — OF ONCE AND FUTURE KINGS TPB
    Volume #5 in the Conan the Barbarian Epic Collections
    Written by ROY THOMAS with LEN WEIN
    Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA with JIM STARLIN, VAL MAYERIK & VICENTE ALCAZAR
    Cover by GIL KANE
    Conan and Bęlit reave a path across the high seas and into the jungles of the Hyborian Age in another set of classic tales! Together, the barbarian and the pirate queen encounter the Lord of the Lions and battle for the honored name of Amra in one of the greatest Conan adventures of all time! Master storytellers Roy Thomas and John Buscema follow with an exploit that brings Conan, Kull and Red Sonja together in a tale of titans that pits Robert E. Howard's greatest creations against one another! Also featuring full-color editions of black-and-white Conan stories by Jim Starlin and John Buscema, an adaptation of the very first Conan story and the rare "Crawler in the Mists"! Collecting CONAN THE BARBARIAN (1970) #60-71, CONAN ANNUAL #2-3 and POWER RECORDS #31 — CONAN THE BARBARIAN: CRAWLER IN THE MISTS.
    360 PGS./Rated T+ …$44.99
    ISBN: 978-1-302-93353-1
    Trim size: 6-5/8 x 10-3/16

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    Looks like some of the Marvel omnis are getting pushed back. I was going to get Captain America Lives (3rd Cap Brubaker omnibus) and Fantastic Four by Hickman vol 1, but they're not available on IST today. I looked on Amazon, and they have an updated release date of late January.

    I'd imagine this is going to happen with a lot of books in the coming months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsay Snow View Post
    Looks like some of the Marvel omnis are getting pushed back. I was going to get Captain America Lives (3rd Cap Brubaker omnibus) and Fantastic Four by Hickman vol 1, but they're not available on IST today. I looked on Amazon, and they have an updated release date of late January.

    I'd imagine this is going to happen with a lot of books in the coming months.
    Indeed there's quite a number of books that have been pushed back. This has spared me the anticipated November omni-geddon for now but I fear it may just be a delay and will hit hard in January or February

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    Man I would kill for an oversized Marvel by Marcos Martin book. And Bachalo.

    Been a long time since marvel released a book like that. I love my Quitely and Cooke DC books.

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    Does anyone know when the reprint of Fantastic Four Omnibus Volume 1 will come out? CGN has it listed for November 30 (today,) but I don't see it available...anywhere. I'm hoping someone here can tell me when the release date has been moved to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphic Autist View Post
    Does anyone know when the reprint of Fantastic Four Omnibus Volume 1 will come out? CGN has it listed for November 30 (today,) but I don't see it available...anywhere. I'm hoping someone here can tell me when the release date has been moved to.
    I turned up this entry on Penguin's site that now shows it due on Jan 4, 2022. Hope this helps!

    https://prhcomics.com/book/?isbn=9781302934897

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    Quote Originally Posted by Near Mint View Post
    I turned up this entry on Penguin's site that now shows it due on Jan 4, 2022. Hope this helps!

    https://prhcomics.com/book/?isbn=9781302934897
    Ugh, they're throwing all the X-men omni's I need in one month...

    Is this accurate?

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    Thank you Near Mint! I couldn't find anything about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandofPrometheus View Post
    Ugh, they're throwing all the X-men omni's I need in one month...

    Is this accurate?
    I'm finding it to be pretty up-to-date and accurate thus far, since Marvel switched its collected editions distribution from Diamond to Penguin. They should be an authoritative source. Just wish the site search was less clunky.

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    Debating if I should get the Hellfire Gala Red Carpet edition...

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    The X-Men are rolling out the red carpet for the biggest Krakoan event of the season - and this high-class hardcover details every drink, dance, dalliance and deception at the Hellfire Gala! Collecting X-Men (2019) 21, Marauders (2019) 21, Excalibur (2019) 21, X-Force (2019) 20, New Mutants (2019) 19, X-Factor (2020) 10, Hellions (2020) 12, S.W.O.R.D. (2020) 6, Way of X (2021) 3, X-Corp (2021) 2, Wolverine (2020) 13, Planet-Size X-Men (2021) 1, Hellfire Gala Guide (2021); "Equality," "Over Served," "The Best Offense," "Popularity Contest," "New X-Man" comic strips; material from Classic X-Men (1986) 7, Marvel's Voices: Pride (2021) 1.
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    The Hellfire event is also collected in the Reign of X books, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hive View Post
    The Hellfire event is also collected in the Reign of X books, right?
    It looks like the Red Carpet Gala edition is covered in Reign of X 12, 13 and one part in 14
    Blue text denotes sarcasm

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    Anyone interested in this NEW edition of classic comics? It sounds gorgeous, but pricey.





    ‘The Marvel Comics Library’, an exclusive, long-term collaboration between TASCHEN and Marvel, was announced today. Over the next decade, Marvel’s rarest classic comics, including Spider-Man, Avengers and Captain America will be reproduced in their original glory, in extra-large format. The library offers collectors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to lay their hands on the world’s most desirable comics.

    The inaugural volume of ‘The Marvel Comics Library’, Spider-Man. Vol. 1. 1962–1964, features the first 21 stories of everybody’s favorite web-slinger, meticulously honoring the original vision of Spider-Man creators Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. An in-depth historical essay by Marvel editor Ralph Macchio, an introduction by uber-collector David Mandel, original art boards, rare photographs, and other never-before-seen gems make this book the ultimate tribute to the teen who redefined what it meant to be a hero, right ahead of Spider-Man’s 60th birthday.

    TASCHEN’s extra-large format, close in size to the original artworks, reveal startling new details in the work of Marvel’s most acclaimed artists. For each title in the series, the most pristine pedigreed comics have been cracked open for reproduction in close collaboration with Marvel and the Certified Guaranty Company. Rather than recolor the original production artwork (as has been done in previous decades’ reprints of classic comics), TASCHEN has attempted to create an ideal representation of these books as they were produced at the time of publication. Beginning with high grade, top-quality comics sourced with the assistance of the CGC, super-high-resolution photographs of each page were made as printed more than half a century ago, using modern retouching techniques to correct problems with the era’s inexpensive, imperfect printing. This included improved and balanced ink densities and color matching, proper registration of the four-color printing and correction of thick/thin lines resulting from the flexible plates “smudging.” The end result is a finished product — as if hot off a world-class printing press produced without economic or time-pressure constraints – tailored for readers, fans, artists and collectors alike.

    Each volume features an essay by a comic book historian alongside hundreds of photos and artifacts. The books use three different paper stocks, including an uncoated and woodfree paper exclusively developed for this series that simulates the feel of the original comics.


    The first 5,000 copies of Spider-Man. Vol. 1 will be numbered and released as a ‘Famous First Edition’. The book is also available as a Collector’s Edition, limited to 1,000 copies featuring an aluminum print cover tipped into a leatherette-bound spine, foil embossing, and housed in a slipcase. Each book is individually numbered. The inaugural purchase of the Collector’s Edition entitles the collector to preemptively secure the same identical edition number for all forthcoming Collector’s Edition titles in ‘The Marvel Comic Library’.

    The next titles in ‘The Marvel Comics Library’ series will be Avengers. Vol. 1. 1963–1965, Fantastic Four. Vol. 1. 1961–1963 and Captain America, all scheduled for release in 2022 and 2023.


    https://www.marvel.com/articles/cult...piderman-vol-1


    Taschen prices it at $200 for the book, $600 for the book and aluminum slipcase.

    https://www.taschen.com/pages/en/search/spider-man
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