View Poll Results: What hardcover format do you prefer?

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  • Standard sized

    54 9.68%
  • Deluxe

    220 39.43%
  • Omnibus

    226 40.50%
  • Absolute

    125 22.40%
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJpyro View Post
    Oh come on! They've already started, why not finish it?
    Just to punish me, I guess...? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adset View Post
    speaking of which, the superboy and the legion of super-heroes and legionnaires collected editions -- we've gotten two each, are volume 3's expected or have i missed an announcement that one/both were axed?

    i've actually never read the 5 Years Later legion. i will buy it sight unseen if it's actually released.
    Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes should be done now. Vol 2 finished up the series before it changed its name to Legion of Super-Heroes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starro View Post
    In addition to Legion of Super-Heroes: Five Years Later Vol. 1, DC's Summer 2019 releases are listed here:

    https://www.edelweiss.plus/#catalogID=4315158
    Glad to see 3rd volumes of Wonder Woman by Rucka and Aquaman by PAD on that list!

    Still no Legion by DnA or Legionnaires though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    Glad to see 3rd volumes of Wonder Woman by Rucka and Aquaman by PAD on that list!

    Still no Legion by DnA or Legionnaires though...
    WW by Rucka Vol 3 will be released 2 years after Vol 2, there's still be some hope for 3rd volumes for other series. [insert fingers crossed emjoi here]

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob/.schoonover View Post
    Batman by Morrison v2 is only $39 on Amazon for pre-order, if anyone cares. That's a pretty solid discount (45%) on an easily cancel-able pre-order . . .
    Wound up ordering this and volume 1.. Volume 1 is also listed at $35.38 currently.

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    What's sad about each new post-Absolute printing of Batman Year One is how they won't include both versions in paperback/regular hardcover. It's 4 issues, give us both versions from the Absolute.
    Thank you AMericA for votinG for chAnge.

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    Batman Golden Age vol. 7
    Superman Golden Age vol. 6

    These are the two that catch my eye. Glad to see the GA volumes continue. Wondering if we might ever see Green Arrow Golden Age vol.2. These solicits for summer '19 mean that 1.5yrs have passed and no volume 2 in sight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    Glad to see the GA volumes continue.
    So glad, they are just awesome. It's still crazy to think that for a long time, it was pretty expensive or downright difficult to read (all) the foundational comics of some of America's biggest heroes.

    I hope and pray DC eventually gives us Golden Age Captain Marvel, among the era's best-selling comic book series. I will pay more if the restoration work demands higher prices.
    Thank you AMericA for votinG for chAnge.

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    When D C was running the archive program All Star Comics was a important Golden Age title on there to do list
    and they ended up releasing the original first run.
    But now with there Omnibus ........... heck even a simple trade, D C don't seem interested in releasing those
    stories .........

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    not a hardcover, but i'm legit bummed that DC axed volume 3 of the kyle rayner green lantern series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adset View Post
    not a hardcover, but i'm legit bummed that DC axed volume 3 of the kyle rayner green lantern series.
    I was going to post about that yesterday, but decided against it since I have nothing nice to say.

    Far too many of my recent posts have been negative...
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    Quote Originally Posted by My Two Cents View Post
    When D C was running the archive program All Star Comics was a important Golden Age title on there to do list
    and they ended up releasing the original first run.
    But now with there Omnibus ........... heck even a simple trade, D C don't seem interested in releasing those
    stories .........
    I’d definitely buy a golden age omnibus of All-Star Comics... They could finish off with an omnibus collection of All-Star 58-74 + the stories from the Adventure Comics Dollar run + The untold origin of the JSA + The last days of the JSA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adset View Post
    not a hardcover, but i'm legit bummed that DC axed volume 3 of the kyle rayner green lantern series.
    Lets just hope it gets resolicited.
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    I understand the DC Classics line. But im pretty lost about the Black Label titles. Are they just all the "mature" stories over the years??

    Pretty light on new content, thanks to those two titles, but im glad to see V.3 of Wonder Woman and PADs Aquaman. Along with more of Johns Flash and Marks Flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilynne View Post
    I understand the DC Classics line. But im pretty lost about the Black Label titles. Are they just all the "mature" stories over the years??
    As you said, I think it's out of continuity stories and mature stories. They seem to be reprinting the evergreen titles with the black label, to give the brand some presence and let people know what type of stories it covers.

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