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    TIMELY’S GREATEST: THE GOLDEN AGE SIMON & KIRBY OMNIBUS
    Written by JOE SIMON & JACK KIRBY with MARTIN A. BURNSTEIN & STAN LEE
    Penciled by JOE SIMON & JACK KIRBY with LOUIS CAZENEUVE, AUGUST FROEHLICH, REED CRANDALL, AL AVISON & AL GABRIELE
    Covers by JOE SIMON & JACK KIRBY
    Marvel proudly presents TIMELY’S GREATEST, a series of once-in-a-lifetime volumes featuring the best stories of the Golden Age, when Marvel was known as Timely Comics! Joe Simon and Jack Kirby entered the comic-book field separately and undoubtedly would have made major impacts on their own — but when their talents came together, it wasn’t an impact, it was an earthquake. The Simon & Kirby team immediately became synonymous with innovative storytelling, powerful artwork and hit characters. They would birth some of the 1940s’ most enduring creations, including the embodiment of a nation’s fighting spirit: Captain America! This Omnibus collects Simon & Kirby’s Timely Comics stories and covers, from the Vision to the Fiery Mask — and the rare Red Raven! Collecting material from DARING MYSTERY COMICS #1-3 and #6-8, RED RAVEN COMICS #1, MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS #12-25, HUMAN TORCH COMICS #2, CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS #1-10, ALL-WINNERS COMICS (1941) #1-2, USA COMICS #1-3, YOUNG ALLIES COMICS #1 and MYSTIC COMICS (1941) #7.
    840 PGS./Rated T …$150.00
    ISBN: 978-1-302-91934-4
    Trim size: oversized

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    VENOM BY DONNY CATES VOL. 1 OHC
    Written by DONNY CATES
    Penciled by RYAN STEGMAN & IBAN COELLO
    Cover by RYAN STEGMAN
    Rising star Donny Cates and blockbuster artist Ryan Stegman transform the world of Venom! An ancient and primordial evil has surfaced beneath the streets of New York. With it, something equally disturbing has been awakened in Venom, that most wicked of web-slingers! The symbiote may still be a lethal protector of innocents in New York, but this never-before-seen threat may force Venom to relinquish everything it holds dear — including its human host, Eddie Brock! Eddie and the symbiote summon the strength to defend New York against the most powerful foe they’ve ever faced, but one more thing stands in their way: Miles Morales, the newest Spider-Man! And relations between Eddie and the symbiote become ever more strained when new questions about the creature and its otherworldly origins come to light! Collecting VENOM (2018) #1-12.
    280 PGS./Rated T+ …$34.99
    ISBN: 978-1-302-91967-2
    Trim size: oversized

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andru View Post
    After buying the Alpha Flight omnibus when it came out, I decided to sell it, as I felt bad it had been sitting on my shelf for so long unread.

    Of course, the time has come where I want to jump in. Luckily it can still be found at a discount, but my preferred avenue for purchase, IST, is sold out. I suspect it will be OOP at some point this year.

    Anyone else sell off any books and come to regret it down the line?
    I just finished reading my copy. Art was great, story was so-so. Got into it more in the later issues. It was fun. Don't regret buying it, if only for the Byrne art.

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    DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI'S DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN ARTISAN EDITION

    Frank Miller (w) • David Mazzucchelli (a & c)
    DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI’S DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN was released in the much-lauded ARTIST’S EDITION format in 2012. It soon became the best-selling Artist’s Edition of all-time and was universally acclaimed. In 2013 the book received the prestigious EISNER AWARD for BEST ARCHIVAL PROJECT—COMIC BOOKS, as well as a HARVEY AWARD the same year. It soon sold out and has been the single most requested AE book to date for IDW to reissue.

    So it is only fitting that IDW launch its new MARVEL series of ARTISAN EDITIONS with this award-winning classic! Just as the original release, DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI’S DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN ARTISAN EDITION features the same scans—entirely from the original art—each painstakingly done by David Mazzucchelli himself to ensure the finest quality possible.

    If ever a book deserved to be in this format it is Daredevil Born Again. Frank Miller, at the peak of his powers, crafted a story that remains—in an extraordinary career—one of his finest pieces of writing. And David Mazzucchelli does a stellar tour de force job as his collaborator, providing a nuanced and pitch-perfect turn as artist.

    Is there any book more in need of being read and studied—and in this format—than DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN?!
    TPB • B&W • $49.99 • 216 pages • 8” x 12” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-596-8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    Why does Conan look like the Thing in a wig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN: THE ORIGINAL MARVEL YEARS OMNIBUS VOL. 2
    Written by ROY THOMAS
    Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA with NEAL ADAMS, WALTER SIMONSON, DICK GIORDANO, BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH & TIM CONRAD
    Covers by SIMONE BIANCHI & JIM STARLIN
    SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN, the cornerstone of Marvel’s black-and-white magazine line, offered up stories of fiction’s most famous barbarian unencumbered by the Comics Code! With the rules of civilized publishing cast off, SAVAGE SWORD presented ferocious, untamed tales the likes of which Conan himself would approve. Writer Roy Thomas and artistic greats including John Buscema and Neal Adams took full advantage — and the results were a sensation! Multi-part sagas like “The People of the Black Circle” luxuriate in extended tellings, while Buscema’s take on “The Tower of the Elephant” explores the nuance of an all-time Robert E. Howard classic. And it’s topped off with MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #2, a tale of vengeance lavished with fully painted colors! Collecting SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN (1974) #13-28 and MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL #2.
    936 PGS./Mature …$100.00
    Trim size: oversized

    I like the cover, but kind of interesting that they chose one advertising a Dracula/Solomon Kane story that (barring an unexpected licensing agreement) won’t be in the omni. They could always remove the text, but I guess some people would probably complain.

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    2 quick questions - Has there been a reprinting of Lee and Kirby's Fantastic Four omnibus Volume 3 yet?

    And how good is Fraction's Fantastic Four omnibus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j0nnyboy View Post
    2 quick questions - Has there been a reprinting of Lee and Kirby's Fantastic Four omnibus Volume 3 yet?

    And how good is Fraction's Fantastic Four omnibus?
    No, no reprint yet.

    Sorry, can't help with the second question. I have the Omnibus but i haven't yet started my Fantastic Four Omnibus reading marathon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post

    Sorry, can't help with the second question. I have the Omnibus but i haven't yet started my Fantastic Four Omnibus reading marathon.
    That's funny because I just started mine with Lee / Kirby Vol. 1. In all my years i don't know if I've read more than 3 issues worth of the Fantastic Four

    Happy Easter y'all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j0nnyboy View Post
    In all my years i don't know if I've read more than 3 issues worth of the Fantastic Four.
    If that’s the case, I highly recommend the two John Byrne FF Omnis. Especially the first.

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    Have those as well. Will definitely be reading those after my 2 volumes of Lee / Kirby. Then I have Waid & Wieringo and Hickman.

    I'm gonna be busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    VENOM BY DONNY CATES VOL. 1 OHC
    Written by DONNY CATES
    Penciled by RYAN STEGMAN & IBAN COELLO
    Cover by RYAN STEGMAN
    Rising star Donny Cates and blockbuster artist Ryan Stegman transform the world of Venom! An ancient and primordial evil has surfaced beneath the streets of New York. With it, something equally disturbing has been awakened in Venom, that most wicked of web-slingers! The symbiote may still be a lethal protector of innocents in New York, but this never-before-seen threat may force Venom to relinquish everything it holds dear — including its human host, Eddie Brock! Eddie and the symbiote summon the strength to defend New York against the most powerful foe they’ve ever faced, but one more thing stands in their way: Miles Morales, the newest Spider-Man! And relations between Eddie and the symbiote become ever more strained when new questions about the creature and its otherworldly origins come to light! Collecting VENOM (2018) #1-12.
    280 PGS./Rated T+ …$34.99
    ISBN: 978-1-302-91967-2
    Trim size: oversized
    This is the current ongoing series, right?
    Feels like this run is destined for an Omni.

    Either Venomnibus vol.3 or this, maybe both. We got both Venomnibus volumes for just the one film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    This is the current ongoing series, right?
    Feels like this run is destined for an Omni.

    Either Venomnibus vol.3 or this, maybe both. We got both Venomnibus volumes for just the one film.
    Yes, this is the current run.

    Though, I don’t have the two Venomnibuses, I would definitely be up for two Venom Flash Thompson Omnibuses. These would include the 42 issue run and the Space Knight 13-issue run along with any key GofG issues and any other important crossovers and/or appearances. Btw, Ariel Olivetti's art in the Space Knight run was absolutely outstanding and deserves the oversized format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j0nnyboy View Post
    2 quick questions - Has there been a reprinting of Lee and Kirby's Fantastic Four omnibus Volume 3 yet?

    And how good is Fraction's Fantastic Four omnibus?
    If you mean the book itself it is a good omnibus no issues not to big. If you are talking about story content his F4 run was pretty bad the Future Foundation stuff he did was better, but it was a crappy run.

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    Yeah I was talking about his stories. That's disappointing to hear.

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