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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    Pass for me. I have the 2 trades along with the Women of Marvel Omni, so I have all the material already.

    If it was a 2 volume set that collected the entire Sensational She-Hulk series +ancillary appearances, I would buy.
    Yeah, I don't know why Marvel hasn't collected the rest of the series; the Gerber and Simonson issues were just as good as Byrne's, imho. The art was a bit inconsistent, but the stories hold up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    Let's hope so (you mean next summer right?). It is after all Spider-Man.
    Yes, I meant summer 2020 for Ben Reilly v2. I've already fast forwarded to there for collections news because I'm a crazy person. While I can think of a number of plausible other SM omnis that *could* come out in the near future, I imagine Marvel will finish out JMS and Clone Saga/BR before starting something else that'll require multiple volumes (BND, Slott's run, Spec).
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordJulius View Post
    Now THIS is something Im looking forward to, even if I have the old OHC:

    Daredevil/Elektra: Love And War Gallery Edition
    By: Marvel Comics
    ISBN: 9781302923327
    Publisher: Marvel
    Imprint: Marvel
    On Sale: April 7, 2020
    Format: HARDCOVER BOOK
    Edition: N/A
    Price: $39.99 ($52.00 In Canada)
    Category: COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS
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    Size: 9-1/4" X 13"
    Pages: 368
    Unit Weight: 0Carton Weight: 0Carton Qty: 16Country Of Origin: USASubstitute ISBN: EAN: 9781302923327
    Description: Writer Frank Miller and artist Bill Sienkiewicz are two visionary creators -and when their talents combine, the results are spectacular! In the acclaimed Daredevil graphic novel LOVE AND WAR, Miller and Sienkiewicz take a unique look at the bitter rivalry between the Man Without Fear and the Kingpin of Crime- as all that Wilson Fisk holds dear is placed in grave danger! And in ELEKTRA: ASSASSIN, Miller's deadly creation - the Hand's greatest warrior, the former love of Matt Murdock - returns for a stunning tale of good and evil, life and death, triumph and tragedy! Featuring Sienkiewicz's startling painted artwork on oversized pages, Daredevil and Elektra have never looked more incredible!

    COLLECTING: MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL (1982): DAREDEVIL - LOVE AND WAR,ELEKTRA: ASSASSIN (1986) 1-8
    WOW, I'm gonna dive into this

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    She-Hulk vs Black Widow omnibus. which one you guys suggest better to buy for that month of April?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    Conan Original Years volume 2, the DM cover is still available at IST. This is interesting to me.
    A-They made more of this cover for volume 2?
    B-The hype and interest on things Conan has cooled off?
    C-both A&B
    D-DM cover was $10 more
    E-Regular cover wasn't an abomination now

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocen View Post
    She-Hulk vs Black Widow omnibus. which one you guys suggest better to buy for that month of April?
    Shulkie, no contest.

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    Does anyone know the difference in size between Marvel's Oversized Hardcovers and the Premium Hardcovers. Is that still a thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunders! View Post
    Does anyone know the difference in size between Marvel's Oversized Hardcovers and the Premium Hardcovers. Is that still a thing?
    Are you referring to Premier HCs? They are standard trade paperback/single issue sized. But I think Marvel have discontinued that line

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzqamarul View Post
    Are you referring to Premier HCs? They are standard trade paperback/single issue sized. But I think Marvel have discontinued that line
    Okay thank you!

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    Daredevil by Waid Omnibus Vol. 1 and Daredevil by Brubaker Omnibus Vol. 1 seem to be out of stock on both amazon.com and amazon.co.uk. If anyone is on the fence, now would be a good time to pick either of them up at a decent price while they are still available in other quarters.

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    Is DD by Waid a good read?
    People seem quite divided on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGuy View Post
    Is DD by Waid a good read?
    People seem quite divided on it.
    I would say that the majority of Waid's first run (2011 - issues #1-36) is pretty good (I've read it several times). It takes some time to get used to the art as it's very "light" and in particular if you're a big fan of Bendis's, Brubaker's and Miller's (the majority of fans are). In fact, it can be quite a shock (it was for me). Although Waid's stories cover heavy issues and are quite clever at times, you don't feel the grimness due to the optimism conveyed in the illustration. I felt the quality of storytelling fell with Matt's move to San Francisco in his second run (2014 - issues #0.1, 1-18). However, the two-parter Original Sin story with Matt's Mum and his travels to Wakanda is the highlight of the second run and one of my favourite Daredevil stories. Towards the final issues, it got to be a little nonsensical. I got to appreciate Paolo Rivera's and Javier Rodriguez's art but never really warmed to Chris Samnee.

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    I loved Waid's run. I like grim n' gritty Daredevil as much as the next guy, but I thought Waid's lighter approach was a welcome breath of fresh air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    I would say that the majority of Waid's first run (2011 - issues #1-36) is pretty good (I've read it several times). It takes some time to get used to the art as it's very "light" and in particular if you're a big fan of Bendis's, Brubaker's and Miller's (the majority of fans are). In fact, it can be quite a shock (it was for me). Although Waid's stories cover heavy issues and are quite clever at times, you don't feel the grimness due to the optimism conveyed in the illustration. I felt the quality of storytelling fell with Matt's move to San Francisco in his second run (2014 - issues #0.1, 1-18). However, the two-parter Original Sin story with Matt's Mum and his travels to Wakanda is the highlight of the second run and one of my favourite Daredevil stories. Towards the final issues, it got to be a little nonsensical. I got to appreciate Paolo Rivera's and Javier Rodriguez's art but never really warmed to Chris Samnee.
    It's really all just one continuous run, they just renumbered the series and hiked the price by a dollar when they did so. That's when I dropped it. But I agree, issues 1-36 are pretty good.
    "Why do the trunks not "hold up with the times"? What exactly is the problem with them? And don't tell me "nobody wears them" because nobody dresses in a blue body suit and red cape and boots either.

    It's a superhero costume. It's the original superhero costume. It's not real clothing, it's not bound to the ever-changing fashion trends of real life. It's nothing like real life clothing. How exactly can it become outdated?"

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    I think these weren't shown here:

    Captain America by Coates (OHC)
    Marvel Comics #1000 (OHC)
    Star Wars: age of rebellion (OHC)
    Amazing Spider-man: Full circle (OHC?)
    Star wars: age of republic (OHC)

    Also Astonishing X-Men Omnibus (reprint) is already on Amazon. It took me a while to find it (I had to search it by name, not filtering by Marvel hardcovers)


    After Venom and Immortal Hulk, we get another regular series in OHC with Captain America. I hope they also add Dr Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy, Runaways (unlikely), Avengers, Amazing Spider-man, Silver Surfer: Black and/or Tony Stark: Iron Man to the line, but it looks they're adding them slowly.

    Amazing Spider-man: Full circle is a miniseries by different authors.

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    From IDW's October 2019 solicitations:

    MARVEL SOLID GOLD SUPERHEROES OHC
    TBD (w)• Various (a & c)
    Marvel’s amazing and fantastic heroes from the Golden Age of Comics punch Nazis and vanquish Fifth Columnists as we joyfully celebrate Marvel Comics’ 80th Anniversary!
    Captain America, Human Torch, Sub-Mariner! PLUS a bountiful bevy of obscure heroes like Blazing Skull, Blonde Phantom, Terror, Sun Girl, Marvel Boy and… the yellow-costumed Whizzer! This stunning, ginormous-format coffee-table book is brought to you by the Yoe Books/IDW titanic team who gave you the rousingly acclaimed Super Weird Heroes books! True Believers, face front as we look back at the pulse-pounding super heroes who are the bodacious bedrock of the Mighty Marvel Universe!
    HC • FC • $49.99 • 224 pages • 9.5” x 12.5” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-541-8
    Bullet points: Available in January 2020.


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