View Poll Results: What hardcover format do you prefer?

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  • Standard sized

    49 9.14%
  • Deluxe

    213 39.74%
  • Omnibus

    216 40.30%
  • Absolute

    121 22.57%
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    Quote Originally Posted by slop101 View Post
    Regarding the upcoming Blackest Night Omni... should I bother with it if I have the Green Lantern Omnis? I think the main thrust of the story is already in the GL books, no?
    Yes. The tie-ins were fine but more in the "pick up the tpb's for 5 bucks at a convention" way rather than a nice oversized hardcover.

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    Anyone else get Superman by Mark Millar book that came out recently? I got it as a blind buy and it comes with a DC 1 million piece. ANy thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJpyro View Post
    Anyone else get Superman by Mark Millar book that came out recently? I got it as a blind buy and it comes with a DC 1 million piece. ANy thoughts?
    I've wanted to get it, but I heard that while it includes most of his Superman Adventures stuff, it misses out on a few key stories? I'd like to get all of those, but trying to avoid doubling up if I get the SA trades by themselves... Not sure. I guess it depends on the strength of the other material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masahikotahara View Post
    I've had the ''Watchmen Collector's Edition Hardcover (Slipcased)'' on my comic book wish list for some time now. Today I found a deal online and decided to buy it, but the image that shows on the DC website and on the website of my prefered online store are different from the book I bought:

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    I guess the black one (with Dr. Manhattan) was a concept image, but the slipcase ended up different, because I can't find any other photos of the black slipcase version online, just that one. Can someone tell me if that is the case? Thanks!
    FWIW, I've only ever seen the white slipcase in shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    DC's Omnibus and Absolute sales (new releases) for November 2018:

    90. Absolute Transmetropolitan Vol. 3 - 858
    129. Wonder Woman The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 3 - 659
    I like that GA WW vol.3 number!

    Wonder if/when they may do and solicit a GA Green Arrow vol.2 Omni? Allegedly the material could be done in 3 volumes.
    The Arrow show on the CW is the strongest argument for why a volume 1 was done. I'd do all 3 before that show leaves if they really want to collect and master so much of the companies bigger IPS older material.
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    Would you guys consider 52 by Geoff Johns an essential reading, or as important as Infinite Crisis and Final Crisis?

    Considering buying the omnibus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Author View Post
    Would you guys consider 52 by Geoff Johns an essential reading, or as important as Infinite Crisis and Final Crisis?

    Considering buying the omnibus.
    Definitely worth it. Originally, it was marketed as a follow up to Infinite Crisis, but you can actually read it on its own. All you need to know is Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman are out of the picture for a year - 52 is what's happening in the meantime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Author View Post
    Would you guys consider 52 by Geoff Johns an essential reading, or as important as Infinite Crisis and Final Crisis?

    Considering buying the omnibus.
    You mean 52 by Grant Morrison, Mark Waid, Greg Rucka, Geoff Johns, and Keith Giffen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    You mean 52 by Grant Morrison, Mark Waid, Greg Rucka, Geoff Johns, and Keith Giffen?
    lol, this. And yes, it's an incredible book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanWinkle View Post
    lol, this. And yes, it's an incredible book.
    Yup! Its DC running and firing on ALL cylinders. I need to reread it.

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    Haha, thanks everyone.

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    Does anyone know if they are just releasing the one volume of the deluxe anniversary edition of Morrison's Animal Man or if they are going to release books for the whole run?

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