View Poll Results: What hardcover format do you prefer?

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  1. #18421
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    OMEGA MEN BY TOM KING DELUXE EDITION OHC
    written by TOM KING
    art by BARNABY BAGENDA and TOBY CYPRESS
    cover by TREVOR HUTCHISON
    Award-winning writer Tom King’s critically acclaimed 12-issue Omega Men series is now available in deluxe hardcover format for the first time ever! The Omega Men have murdered White Lantern Kyle Rayner, and now the universe wants them to pay! Who are these intergalactic criminals—and is there more to their actions than meets the eye?
    ON SALE 04.22.20
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    Nightwing By Devin Grayson Vol. 1 - June 2020

    http://prhinternationalsales.com/boo...=9781401295752

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES: THE SILVER AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 3
    written by JIM SHOOTER and others
    art by JIM MOONEY, CURT SWAN, WIN MORTIMER, and others
    cover by CREDIT
    In these 1960s stories the Legion of Super-Heroes meets the team of villains who never lose! Plus, witness “The Revolt of The Super-Pets”! Discover “Chameleon Boy’s Secret Identity”! And unravel the mystery of “The Legionnaires Who Never Were”! Collects stories from Adventure Comics #361-380, Action Comics #378-392, Superboy #147, and Superman’s Pal, Jimmy Olsen #106.
    ON SALE 06.03.20
    $99.99 US | 680 PAGES
    Would this complete SA LoS tales or would there need to be a volume 4?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG2045 View Post
    DC are publishing William Messner-Loebs run on Wonder Woman in TPB

    https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/09...-woman-comics/
    Quote Originally Posted by bob fett View Post
    All these great solicits.I'd buy them all,especially the WML Wonder Woman.Oh DC,don't disappoint me again with cancellations.
    Pleeeeez place your pre-orders if you don't want this book canceled before it hits the shelves! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmcok68 View Post
    lol yea, same. I don't think it's bad but I guess it's not the kind of design I typically associate with the Absolute format. I wonder if it's for the slipcase or the cover.

    I really like the place holder for vol.2 though. I hope they use it.
    Attachment 87097
    Since that's the original cover to Swamp Thing #171 by Mark Millar (well after Moore's run) I don't see them using it on the final product. Either way, it's a shame because there were plenty of beautiful Moore-era covers to choose from, as opposed to that "animated series" style they went with...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    GREEN ARROW BY MIKE GRELL OMNIBUS VOL. 1
    written by MIKE GRELL
    art by MIKE GRELL, ED HANNIGAN, DAN JURGENS, DENYS COWAN, and others
    new wraparound cover by MIKE GRELL
    In the late 1980s, writer/artist Mike Grell took Green Arrow in a bold new direction, starting when Oliver Queen gives up his trick arrows and settles down in Seattle with Dinah Lance. But Ollie’s world collides with one of unspeakable violence involving the beautiful and mysterious archer known as Shado. In these tales, Green Arrow hunts down a child killer, races to find a lost biological weapon before Chinese spies can find it, and much more! This omnibus collects Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #1-3, Green Arrow #1-50, and a story from Secret Origins #38, plus an all-new introduction and cover by Mike Grell and an afterword by series editor Mike Gold.
    ON SALE 06.24.20
    $150.00 US | 1,536 PAGES

    This looks pretty sloppy compared to Grell's usual excellence. I'd have preferred they just went with a recolored version of the gorgeous GA #75 cover....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    I'm confused on the mapping of the Mike Grell Green Arrow omnibus. It's listed as Longbow Hunters 1-3 and GA 1-50. The remaining run is only 30 issues and the Wonder Years mini. A second volume is going to be much smaller.

    The only other option is if they collect the non Grell run after issue 80.
    I wouldn't be shocked if this gets a contents change at some point (it's like 9 months before it comes out). I guess they could pad out v2 (or v1) with some of the pre-crisis GA work he did, e.g. Action Comics backups, but a 50/30 split seems really weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    Would this complete SA LoS tales or would there need to be a volume 4?
    It covers the years 1967-1970, so this is definitely the final SA omnibus.

    The question remains when/if DC will bring us any Bronze Age Omnibusses of those series that have completed the Silver Age (Flash, Green Lantern, Supergirl, LoS).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    BATWOMAN BY J.H. WILLIAMS III OMNIBUS
    written by GREG RUCKA, W. HADEN BLACKMAN, and J.H. WILLIAMS III
    art by J.H. WILLIAMS III and others
    cover by J.H. WILLIAMS III
    In these tales set in Gotham City, Batwoman wages a one-woman war on the criminal underworld. Who or what is kidnapping children, and for what vile purpose? How will Kate handle unsettling revelations about her father, Colonel Jacob Kane? And why is a certain government agency suddenly taking an interest in her? Collects Detective Comics #854-863, Batwoman #0-24, and Batwoman Annual #1.
    ON SALE 06.17.20 | $99.99 US | 896 PAGES

    Nice! Will definitely pick this up...if it is not canceled

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaboo View Post
    It covers the years 1967-1970, so this is definitely the final SA omnibus.

    The question remains when/if DC will bring us any Bronze Age Omnibusses of those series that have completed the Silver Age (Flash, Green Lantern, Supergirl, LoS).
    I'm hopeful for some Bronze Age Flash/LoSH myself, but I have my doubts about Green Lantern. DC released a Hard Travelin' Heroes (#76-87, 89, the Flash backups) Deluxe last year and they've got a Space Travelin' Heroes (#90-106) hardcover coming next year.

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    I'd like for the DC Collections Dept to collect the Golden Age Aquaman, Green Lantern(Alan Scott) and Flash(Jay Garrick) once they are done with The Trinity(and hopefully Green Arrow who has a vol.1[2more needed])
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adset View Post
    I'm hopeful for some Bronze Age Flash/LoSH myself, but I have my doubts about Green Lantern. DC released a Hard Travelin' Heroes (#76-87, 89, the Flash backups) Deluxe last year and they've got a Space Travelin' Heroes (#90-106) hardcover coming next year.
    I also really hope we get the bronze age stuff for Flash/LOSH. I got from Flash 250 (1977) till the current Flash run in full would love to have the omni plus the gap a bit as the back issues start adding up quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    BATWOMAN BY J.H. WILLIAMS III OMNIBUS
    written by GREG RUCKA, W. HADEN BLACKMAN, and J.H. WILLIAMS III
    art by J.H. WILLIAMS III and others
    cover by J.H. WILLIAMS III
    In these tales set in Gotham City, Batwoman wages a one-woman war on the criminal underworld. Who or what is kidnapping children, and for what vile purpose? How will Kate handle unsettling revelations about her father, Colonel Jacob Kane? And why is a certain government agency suddenly taking an interest in her? Collects Detective Comics #854-863, Batwoman #0-24, and Batwoman Annual #1.
    ON SALE 06.17.20 | $99.99 US | 896 PAGES

    Definitive buy for me. Only thing messed-up about this collection is the ending in #24. It is a good thing they're including Annual 1 for some closure, but there goes my last hope DC would get JH Williams III to write the ending he intended.
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