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    so are you only using stuff that's still canon? Or are you cool with going thru in order and including the rebooted stuff?

    Like pre-crisis, post crisis, new 52, rebirth and so on...or are you trying to make a timeline of stuff that still "counts" in the superman lore?

    EDIT: If post-crisis...you could start with Byrne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thechon View Post
    I added a sketch from Graham Nolan at the North Texas Comic Book Show.

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    Awesome. How much does something like that cost you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGuy View Post
    Yes mostly the important story beats and moments that "still count". I'm cool with including retconned stuff if it makes sense. Like with the New 52, the retcon itself is actually part of the canon.
    Do you have "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow" in the mix? That is basically the "end" of everything before the Byrne reboot kicks in...and it's a top 5 Superman story. Alan Moore and Curt Swan. Should be able to find a cheap TPB version that you could include in a bind.

    One thing you could even do is come up with an intro..."The story so far...." type of thing...print it and insert up front then go with the Man of Tomorrow story and into more modern stuff.

    You could even do it as a timeline with images...just include all the golden age/silver age highlights here:

    First appearance
    Intro of Kryptonite
    Intro of Lex

    and so on...and so on....You could do that regardless of what actual books you use as your starting point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGuy View Post
    That's a cool idea. Like a couple of scrapbook, intro pages of the pre-crisis Superman.
    Exactly...use art some some short paragraphs to tell his story...then maybe do Whatever Happened...(the Moore story) and go into the post-crisis from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90210 View Post
    Awesome. How much does something like that cost you?
    This sketch was $180. The sketches I’ve gotten range from free to around $200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGuy View Post
    That's more than it would cost to make the book.
    I must be out of the loop, that sounds steep. Is it a time-thing or do some charge more?
    In my experience, it depends on the artist. $180 is standard for a Nolan bust. He had already signed and done some free remarques for me at the show, and I was happy to pay the $180.

    This Bane omnibus primarily features the art of Graham Nolan and David Finch. A 9x12” headsketch from Finch will be $350. I’m still debating on getting that done.

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    Default H&R: Sandman Mystery Theatre

    Got my new binds yesterday and they are my favourite yet!!

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    Can anyone tell me what font the silver age marvel omnibus’ use on the spine ?

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    Thanks for the reply.

    Hope someone can tell me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ840 View Post
    Can anyone tell me what font the silver age marvel omnibus’ use on the spine ?
    Is that just not the standard Times New Roman font? Pretty sure it is, if not it's awfully similar

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