View Poll Results: What hardcover format do you prefer?

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  • Standard sized

    57 9.63%
  • Deluxe

    235 39.70%
  • Omnibus

    242 40.88%
  • Absolute

    135 22.80%
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  1. #18991
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooCat View Post
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    I seriously ordered that book over one & a half years ago.

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    In Stock Trades has this gorgeous Gail Simone Wonder Woman Omnibus. Any thoughts? I loved the Perez Book, I am reading the Jimenez book, and that cover is amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theegreatone View Post
    When Morrison and Dini were writing the bat books was the best time.
    Indeed, it truly was. I believe that was when we also had that Pfeifer/Alvarez run on Catwoman, Bryan Q Miller's run on Batgirl, and The Web (An underrated 10-issue series connected to the Bat-titles). Also, Red Robin wasn't bad......Combine those with Morrison's Batman run and Dini's Detective run, and it was a magical time for the Bat-titles that'll never be paralleled.

    I'm so looking forward to Dini's Detective Comics omnibus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsay Snow View Post
    Indeed, it truly was. I believe that was when we also had that Pfeifer/Alvarez run on Catwoman, Bryan Q Miller's run on Batgirl, and The Web (An underrated 10-issue series connected to the Bat-titles). Also, Red Robin wasn't bad......Combine those with Morrison's Batman run and Dini's Detective run, and it was a magical time for the Bat-titles that'll never be paralleled.

    I'm so looking forward to Dini's Detective Comics omnibus.
    Don’t forget Tomasi’s Nightwing too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Grayson View Post
    Don’t forget Tomasi’s Nightwing too!

    lol, I wasn't a fan of Tomasi's Nightwing (Nor Tomasi's work in general).....I far preferred that Dixon/Land run from the 90s, with Dick in Bludhaven and Blockbuster being the mob boss extraordinaire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsay Snow View Post
    lol, I wasn't a fan of Tomasi's Nightwing (Nor Tomasi's work in general).....I far preferred that Dixon/Land run from the 90s, with Dick in Bludhaven and Blockbuster being the mob boss extraordinaire.
    Dixon’s is definitely the best Nightwing run ever, no question, but I found Tomasi’s to be very enjoyable, especially after all the lackluster runs in between.

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    I have always enjoyed any Batman Family series
    Dixon has written.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsay Snow View Post
    Indeed, it truly was. I believe that was when we also had that Pfeifer/Alvarez run on Catwoman, Bryan Q Miller's run on Batgirl, and The Web (An underrated 10-issue series connected to the Bat-titles). Also, Red Robin wasn't bad......Combine those with Morrison's Batman run and Dini's Detective run, and it was a magical time for the Bat-titles that'll never be paralleled.

    I'm so looking forward to Dini's Detective Comics omnibus.
    The first part of the Morrison/Dini era had Dixon's (very short) return to Robin, too, which I enjoyed. I wouldn't hate a Robin 170-end + Red Robin omnibus to sit on the shelves next to the Dini and Morrison ones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Thunders! View Post
    In Stock Trades has this gorgeous Gail Simone Wonder Woman Omnibus. Any thoughts? I loved the Perez Book, I am reading the Jimenez book, and that cover is amazing!
    It's great! Between that Simone omni, the 3 Perez volumes, the Jimenez one and the Azzarello/Chiang one, Wonder Woman has some great omnibus volumes available for her best material.
    I think one by Byrne is coming out too, but I'm not familiar with his run on WW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabiano View Post
    It's on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1779505507/

    Let's hope they don't cancel it
    Wow, I seriously gave up on it. With current DC policies I won't get my hopes up but it's still something. Thanks for sharing I didn't know about that.

    From Amazon listing it turns out that SECRET ORIGINS #39 is out though. Compared to omni.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob.schoonover View Post
    The first part of the Morrison/Dini era had Dixon's (very short) return to Robin, too, which I enjoyed. I wouldn't hate a Robin 170-end + Red Robin omnibus to sit on the shelves next to the Dini and Morrison ones

    I forgot about that. I actually thought that late Dixon run on Robin was his best work, and it's a shame it didn't go on longer.

    Tying that in with Red Robin for an omnibus would be great, although I doubt DC will put that together.

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    Was Nancy Collins swamp thing any good? I read it as it was coming out but for the life of me I can’t remember a thing about it, I do remember I dropped the title in the early 100’s because the art became absolutely atrocious (can’t remember who it was or who was writing it at the time)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellboydce View Post
    Was Nancy Collins swamp thing any good? I read it as it was coming out but for the life of me I can’t remember a thing about it, I do remember I dropped the title in the early 100’s because the art became absolutely atrocious (can’t remember who it was or who was writing it at the time)
    I really like it.

    She actually posted some pics on Twitter of the book, it looks great!
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    I've never read, that I can recall, the Collins Swamp Thing material but will be getting it regardless.
    Fan of the character and reduced Omnis by DC of late has me for sure getting it.
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    Jack of Fables deluxe vol 3 released this week, I didn’t even know this was coming. Glad they are finishing the series, gives me hope for more vertigo deluxes.

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