View Poll Results: What hardcover format do you prefer?

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  • Standard sized

    58 9.72%
  • Deluxe

    239 40.03%
  • Omnibus

    243 40.70%
  • Absolute

    135 22.61%
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  1. #19231
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    My copy of Robin: The Bronze Age Omnibus arrived today, here are some pics for anyone interested in the book
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    Thanks! Mine should be here Monday. Have you looked inside? Someone asked about it being retouched or recolored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker View Post
    Thanks! Mine should be here Monday. Have you looked inside? Someone asked about it being retouched or recolored.
    I have and the back cover says they have restored color. I dont have any originals to compare them to but they do look very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG2045 View Post
    My copy of Robin: The Bronze Age Omnibus arrived today, here are some pics for anyone interested in the book
    Also got mine today. Looks just like yours.

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    Looks great! This is a book I was on the fence about but the pictures have me excited. Thanks!

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    Not gonna happen, but would like to see the first 37 issues
    of the Casandra Cain Batgirl run get omnibus treatment.
    Or maybe even a Stephanie Brown Batgirl oversize deluxe HC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by My Two Cents View Post
    Not gonna happen, but would like to see the first 37 issues
    of the Casandra Cain Batgirl run get omnibus treatment.
    Or maybe even a Stephanie Brown Batgirl oversize deluxe HC.
    Isn't 30+issues enough for an OMni?
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    Yes, I just don’t believe D C will ever give us a Casandra Cain omnibus. And if they did, at 76 issues plus
    They would have to divide it up into 2 volumes. Kelley Pucket/Damion Scott team ends at
    Issue 37. A perfect ending point for a volume one or even just one volume if D C
    Was to title it the Damion Scott run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunders! View Post
    Thanks everyone for the feedback. I have said before, Swamp Thing has as many masterful runs as Daredevil. For some reason, when creators click with the character, they really click.
    There was a podcast I listened to where they interviewed Collins sometime after the N52 launched. It was pretty interesting to listen to. Especially her inspiration for some story arcs, locations and her apparent annoyance of how Pirates of the Caribbean is fairly similar to an issue she wrote in this series...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilynne View Post
    There was a podcast I listened to where they interviewed Collins sometime after the N52 launched. It was pretty interesting to listen to. Especially her inspiration for some story arcs, locations and her apparent annoyance of how Pirates of the Caribbean is fairly similar to an issue she wrote in this series...
    I am excited about reading this run. I saw a video on line talking about how this was an early, maybe the first comic run to carry the Vertigo title. It also looks like there is a ton of artists that would go on to later books and classic Vertigo runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunders! View Post
    I am excited about reading this run. I saw a video on line talking about how this was an early, maybe the first comic run to carry the Vertigo title. It also looks like there is a ton of artists that would go on to later books and classic Vertigo runs.
    Fun fact - the first book to carry the Vertigo name/logo was actually the December 1992 special that contained previews of the first wave of Vertigo books that would go on sale the following month.

    The first issue of Swamp Thing to carry the label was #129.
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    Got the Weird Western Tales hardcover. Great book! So glad to finally have vintage Hex in all its glory.
    Miller was right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    Fun fact - the first book to carry the Vertigo name/logo was actually the December 1992 special that contained previews of the first wave of Vertigo books that would go on sale the following month.

    The first issue of Swamp Thing to carry the label was #129.
    I have that special, it has Cain on the cover I think. Is it Pre-Sandman? Maybe I don't. I bet that Hex book is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunders! View Post
    I am excited about reading this run. I saw a video on line talking about how this was an early, maybe the first comic run to carry the Vertigo title. It also looks like there is a ton of artists that would go on to later books and classic Vertigo runs.
    It's a pretty decent run. The Children's Crusade crossover stands out to me, I wonder how that's collected if it all in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunders! View Post
    I have that special, it has Cain on the cover I think. Is it Pre-Sandman? Maybe I don't.
    No Cain; Golden Age Sandman, Death, Enigma, and Morpheus.

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