depends how much it cost.
Type: Posts; User: TomSlick
depends how much it cost.
More often than not - with the exception of some Silver Age stuff - Marvel (and DC for that matter) generally put out omnibus books based on creator, with Wolverine Vol. 1 being one exception that...
I cannot NOT recommend Superman: For Tomorrow enough!
Probably not if you live in the US, but some of our oversees friends don't get the 50 percent discounts from what I understand. And of course our pals in Canada really get screwed on shipping.
I read Batman monthly. It's OK. It didn't suck but it certainly wasn't Frank Miller's Year One, which in my opinion is the definitive Batman origin. I also felt that Zero Year probably went a little...
Yes, two books I'm really looking forward to!
Same here. Excellent customer service. Max has always been very responsive and used to take questions here on the board.
How does New Warriors get a run and not Thunderbolts? Oh well.
Shipped in those strong boxes from Diamond. Packed carefully with tons of newspaper that's written in Asian. LOL, not sure why. I've always suspected that it's a free newspaper and the GCN folks raid...
The MMW's are a thing of beauty but they're starting to get up there in price. I'm collecting Daredevil and I think the most recent one was $75, although I did get the CGN 50 percent discount. Still...
I just hope that the overprinting wasn't such a horrible miscalculation on Marvel's part that it leads the company to not taking a chance and collecting something else that might not normally get an...
I think it's disrespectful to the readers to keep something this great away from them.
how do I search that way?
OK, thanks. I didn't know if there were any of those white whales like Punisher Max 4, or Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 8, or Avengers Assemble 2 or JLA Deluxe 2 or Ex Machina Deluxe 4.
Is there a general rule for which MMW books are more pricey/harder to find than others? Or can someone supply a list. I ask because I know someone who has a ton of these and might be willing to...
Well, Marvel Two-in-One is a Bronze Age title, so there's that. Some of the series is wordy, clunky and doesn't stand the test of time. But, as I recall, the latter part of it was very good (although...
Yeah, they've collected some of it over the years, but I'd love a larger collection, maybe 50-100!
I've actually never read this one, but just looked it up. Now I want to read it!
I loved the dynamic when She-Hulk joined.
And I wish Marvel would collect The Thing in an omnibus. Heck, I wish they'd start collecting some of the old Marvel Two-In-One, also.
Yeah, they're great books. I picked up Deadman about a year ago for about $60. Can never find the GA/GL for under $100, and it's such an obvious book for true Absolute treatment.
Yeah, I had heard that. Aren't they Black and white, tho?
Oh man, was Spider-Man Chapter One a turd. Wow it was bad.
I read his Doom Patrol and it wasn't as bad as Spidey but it was bad. He pretty much just reconned the series and not in a good way. He...
That's right. Forgot about those minis like "world of Smallville," etc.
I, too, would like a Byrne Superman collection. What would that entail, though? After kicking off with Man of Steel and jumping into Superman (proper) didn't he also write Action and Adventures, too?