View Poll Results: What hardcover format do you prefer?

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  • Standard sized

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  • Deluxe

    249 39.59%
  • Omnibus

    261 41.49%
  • Absolute

    139 22.10%
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    YES! So Happy to have the Batman Brave & Bold #3 omnibus. Looooonggg time coming.
    Not surprised that the Nemesis backups are missing.
    But was pleasantly surprised they included the one page Bat-Mite story from #200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalman112 View Post
    YES! So Happy to have the Batman Brave & Bold #3 omnibus. Looooonggg time coming.
    Not surprised that the Nemesis backups are missing.
    But was pleasantly surprised they included the one page Bat-Mite story from #200.
    Agreed, I honestly thought this would never come out!

    I wonder how they are going to handle the Batman appearances before issue #74 when he became the headliner - hopefully they will just include them in the Silver Age Batman omnibuses

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    Here are the DC trades and hardcovers due for release next week; 14th September 2021, as per Lunar's website. Don't forget that Batman Day is on the 18th September, so that probably explains the large number of Batman collections in the last few weeks.

    BATMAN BLACK & WHITE HC
    Collects Batman: Black and White (2020 DC) #1-6. Cover price $49.99


    BATMAN VOL 04 THE COWARDLY LOT HC
    Collects Batman #106-111 and material from Infinite Frontier #0. Cover price $24.99
    Cover - https://images.randomhouse.com/cover/9781779511980

    BATMAN THE WORLD HC
    Original graphic novel by creative teams from across the globe, taking place in their home countries. Cover price $24.99.
    Cover - https://images.randomhouse.com/cover/9781779512277

    FOURTH WORLD BY JACK KIRBY OMNIBUS HC NEW PRINTING
    Collects Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen (1954-1974) #133-139 and 141-148, Forever People (1971-1972 1st Series) #1-11, New Gods (1971-1978 1st Series) #1-11, Mister Miracle (1971-1978 1st Series) #1-18, The Hunger Dogs GN (1985 DC ) By Jack Kirby, a story from New Gods (1984 6-Issue Mini-Series) #6, and material from Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985) #2-3, 6, 8-18, 20, 22, and 25. Cover price $150.00


    UNEARTHED A JESSICA CRUZ STORY TP
    Original graphic novel. Cover price $16.99.
    Cover - https://images.randomhouse.com/cover/9781779500519

    WONDER WOMAN 80 YEARS OF THE AMAZON WARRIOR THE DELUXE EDITION HC
    Collects stories from All-Star Comics #8, Sensation Comics, #1, Comic Cavalcade #11, Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #5, #78, #98, #124, #162, #203, and #206, Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #6, #57, #73, and #170, Wonder Woman (vol. 3) #1, #13, #600, Wonder Woman (New 52) #13, Wonder Woman #750, and DC Comics Presents #41, along with new historical essays. Cover price $29.99.

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    Is that Batman Black and White standard or oversized?

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    It doesn't have deluxe in the title, so I'm assuming standard size.

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    I was wondering the same thing — based on the Amazon listing, it’s standard. Shame, I was thinking of getting it before realizing that.

    Did anyone read the miniseries? How does it compare with the original mini and Gotham Knights backups?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    WONDER WOMAN 80 YEARS OF THE AMAZON WARRIOR THE DELUXE EDITION HC
    Collects stories from All-Star Comics #8, Sensation Comics, #1, Comic Cavalcade #11, Wonder Woman (vol. 1) #5, #78, #98, #124, #162, #203, and #206, Wonder Woman (vol. 2) #6, #57, #73, and #170, Wonder Woman (vol. 3) #1, #13, #600, Wonder Woman (New 52) #13, Wonder Woman #750, and DC Comics Presents #41, along with new historical essays. Cover price $29.99.
    I really wanted to pick this up, but probably gonna pass. These books are always a hodge-podge, but the contents of the WW volume are particularly disappointing. I think the issue I'm most excited to see reprinted is the Taco Whiz one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lucky One View Post
    I was wondering the same thing — based on the Amazon listing, it’s standard. Shame, I was thinking of getting it before realizing that.

    Did anyone read the miniseries? How does it compare with the original mini and Gotham Knights backups?
    I read it. It's not worth 50 bucks. It was...hit and miss. a couple really good stories a lot of meh and a few wtf. I would recommend waiting for the paperback

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    If you could pick just one in print, omnibus or absolute edition of a series, which would it be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilynne View Post
    If you could pick just one in print, omnibus or absolute edition of a series, which would it be?
    Like to just magically appear on my shelf right now? Absolute Swamp Thing by Alan Moore Vol. 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    Like to just magically appear on my shelf right now? Absolute Swamp Thing by Alan Moore Vol. 2
    Yeah I suppose so? My wife is struggling to find me an anniversary gift so I am leaving breadcrumbs behind that will lead to an Absolute or Omnibus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilynne View Post
    Yeah I suppose so? My wife is struggling to find me an anniversary gift so I am leaving breadcrumbs behind that will lead to an Absolute or Omnibus.
    Tell her you want Absolute Swamp Thing by Alan Moore Vol. 2... then give it to me when you're done!

    2 birds (struggles?), 1 stone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    Tell her you want Absolute Swamp Thing by Alan Moore Vol. 2... then give it to me when you're done!

    2 birds (struggles?), 1 stone!
    But see... I'm missing Absolute 1 in my collection... So...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilynne View Post
    Yeah I suppose so? My wife is struggling to find me an anniversary gift so I am leaving breadcrumbs behind that will lead to an Absolute or Omnibus.
    I've made some spare space on my shelves (I get my own shelves for my books, as she does for hers) for 4 big books coming over the next year, as I fill those spaces up, there's no way my wife would know those spaces were previously empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slop101 View Post
    I've made some spare space on my shelves (I get my own shelves for my books, as she does for hers) for 4 big books coming over the next year, as I fill those spaces up, there's no way my wife would know those spaces were previously empty.
    I think I will slowly be getting rid of some of the New 52 books I hardcore fan purchased and justified at the time, but now see... They're not that great... And leave room for superior books.

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