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    Here is a detailed description of Watchmen artifact edition uploaded on my blog http://myabsolutecollection.blogspot...t-edition.html.

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    Does anyone have any experience with the Locke and Key TPBs, I'm considering picking up the Slipcase when it comes out in November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Rock View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with the Locke and Key TPBs, I'm considering picking up the Slipcase when it comes out in November.
    What do you want to know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by awayne83 View Post
    Anyone know if the IDW Turtles ongoing HC collection is still being released as scheduled? Amazon has a date of Oct. 7, but i haven't seen it solicited by IDW yet. Is this common?
    I'll echo this question. I've seen no mention of it in any release schedules and I'm wondering if it's a sure thing as of now. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gryphon View Post
    What do you want to know?
    Mostly just am I losing anything from going for the Paperback instead of the Hardcover other than the Hardcover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awayne83 View Post
    Anyone know if the IDW Turtles ongoing HC collection is still being released as scheduled? Amazon has a date of Oct. 7, but i haven't seen it solicited by IDW yet. Is this common?
    Quote Originally Posted by danmar85 View Post
    I'll echo this question. I've seen no mention of it in any release schedules and I'm wondering if it's a sure thing as of now. Any ideas?

    I was wondering this myself. No solicitations, no cover... It's not looking good. Let's see if this month's solicitations will shed some light.

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    This appeared on Amazon.com. So could we hope for some HC/OHC reprints of the actual stories?...

    http://www.amazon.com/Dave-Sims-Cere...0717471&sr=1-6

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    Btw, if somebody looking for this, I'm trying to sell TMNT Ultimate collection Red Label (volumes 2 and 3) for a price lower then a cover price on eBay now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Rock View Post
    Mostly just am I losing anything from going for the Paperback instead of the Hardcover other than the Hardcover.
    i have the first five in TPB and the sixth in HC, simply because i didn't have the patience to wait for the paperback, which i regret now, because it drives me nuts seeing this one volume breaking the paperback harmony... TPB and HC have the same page count, the same art gallery, the same paper type, the only difference being that HC has the bookmark and well, the hard cover. and the quality of TPBs is pretty good. if i had to buy the series from scratch, i would definitely go for the slipcase, would be much cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Rock View Post
    Mostly just am I losing anything from going for the Paperback instead of the Hardcover other than the Hardcover.
    I cant answer that. Sorry

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    Aaand the IDW solicitations are out and the HCs are:

    John Romita’s Amazing Spider-man Artifact Edition HC
    Stan Lee (w) • John Romita (a & c)
    This is it, the John Romita Spider-Man book fans have been waiting for—Nearly 200 pages of prime John Romita Spider-Man art from his very earliest days on the title, and every single one is scanned from the original art! This over-sized (it's as big as the recent STERANKO Artist’s Edition) Artifact Edition showcases the absolute peak of Romita’s tenure on Amazing Spider-Man from his first 15 issues (#39 - #53), and all are twice-up pages—this one is an enormous 15” x 22” tome!
    HC • BW • $112.50 net discount item • 200 Pages • 15” x 22” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-238-8

    My Little Pony: Adventures in Friendship, Vol. 1 HC
    Ryan K. Lindsay, Barbara Randall Kesel, Tom Zahler (w) • Tony Fleecs, Agnes Garbowska (a) • Sara Richard (c)
    The magic of friendship contines in this collection of adventures! Featuring one-shots on Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy, plus a team-up issue with Rainbow Dash and Trixie! Drawing from PONY TALES and FRIENDS FOREVER, these stories have never been collected together until now!
    HC • FC • $9.99 • 76 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-189-3
    • Hardcover collection for only $9.99!

    Starling, Book 1: Ashley Wood
    Ashley Wood (a & c)
    Remember Sparrow? The art-book series pioneered by Ashley Wood and featuring some of the most acclaimed painters and artists in the world and printed on an amazing paper stock? Yep, this is like that, only this series is even larger in size and features all–new pieces from, again, some of the best artists in existence. Up first, the series’ creator, Ashley Wood!
    HC • FC • $14.99 • 64 pages • 8” x 8” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-194-7
    • All-new hardcover art-book series from Ashley Wood and many others to come!

    Cerebus: Cover Gallery
    Dave Sim & Gerhard (a & c)
    Dave Sim is one of the most important cartoonists in comics history. His groundbreaking Cerebus ran for 300 issues, each written and drawn by Sim—a monumental achievement! Now, through IDW Publishing, Sim's beautiful covers are reproduced in an archival over-sized hardcover, and many of the illustrations have been scanned from Sim's personal collection of his original art. Also collected are roughs, color guides, sketches, and other historical images that chronicle this very important artist’s creative process.
    HC • FC • $75.00 • 432 pages • 9” x 12” • ISBN: 978-1-61377-673-5
    • Advance solicited for January release!

    Superman: The Silver Age Newspaper Dailies, Vol. 3: 1963-1966
    Jerry Siegel (w) • Wayne Boring (a) • Pete Poplaski (c)
    Wayne Boring provides the classic artwork, and once again, Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel scripts adaptations of stories that first appeared in comic books. Siegel and Boring offer alternate versions of now classic stories originally written by Siegel himself, Leo Dorfman, Otto Binder, Robert Bernstein, Edmund Hamilton—and drawn in comic books by Curt Swan, Al Plastino, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Pete Costanza.
    More than 750 daily strips—over two years worth of stories—from Earth-N (for Newspapers) that comic book fans have not previously seen. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, Introduction by Sid Friedfertig, and cover drawing by Pete Poplaski.
    HC • B&W • $49.99 • 288 pages • 11” x 8.5” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-179-4
    • Presents the never-before reprinted stories from November 1963 through the series conclusion in April 1966.

    World War Robot: 215.9mm ED.
    Ashley Wood, TP Louise (w) • Ashley Wood (a & c)
    It's total robot war! In development to be a major motion picture, Ashley Wood's World War Robot tells the tale of a dwindling band of humans and robots who face off in a battle that will likely end humanity as we know it–on Earth, on the Moon, and on Mars!
    HC • FC • $29.99 • 176 pages • 8.5” x 8.5” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-134-3
    • All-new re-designed format! Featuring 70 pages of all-new, never-before-seen art from Ashley Wood!

    Popeye Classics, Vol. 5
    Bud Sagendorf (w & a & c)
    Re-presenting the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar, carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored. Also included are more of Sagendorf's gloriously funny one-pagers, rare photos, and extra artwork!
    HC • FC • $29.99 • 228 pages • 8.5” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-175-6
    • Collects issues #20–24.

    Milt Gross' New York
    Milt Gross (w & a & c)
    A “lost” graphic novel from one of the first and most brilliant graphic novelists: Milt Gross! In a mind-blowing, laugh-filled, freewheeling tour of New York, Gross’ character Pop and his sidekick son blast through the East Side, The West Side, China Town and Harlem. The demented-duo roar through Yankee Stadium, The New York Public Library and Coney Island! Listen to what big shot cartoonists say about Gross: “I love all his work-what a goofball!” —Robert Crumb, “Still Great!” —Jules Feiffer, “He frees you up!”—Patrick McDonnell, “Dig!” —Matt Groening. Introduction by Craig Yoe, award-winning editor of “The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story”.
    HC • FC • $24.99 • 104 pages • 7.5” x 10.5” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-173-2

    Tom Sutton’s Creepy Things: Chilling Archives of Horror
    Nicola Cuti, Joe Gill & Tom Sutton (w) • Sutton (a & c)
    Get ready for a mind-bending walk on the weird side with the very best of Tom Sutton’s 1970s horror tales for Charlton Comics! Sutton was at his most expressionistic and experimental with the scores of stories he drew for Charlton’s “ghost” line, whose titles said it all: Creepy Things, Ghostly Tales, The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves, and more. A full sixteen stories, unpublished art, and more than a dozen of his creepy-crawly covers are faithfully reproduced from rare original artwork! Edited by Michael Ambrose, editor of the insightful Charlton Spotlight magazine, who provides a fascinating behind-the-scenes introduction profusely illustrated with rare art and photos. Dementedly designed by Donnie "Lum and Abner" Pitchford.
    HC • FC • $24.99 • 148 pages • 8.5” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-183-1
    • Collects the best of Sutton’s brilliant Charlton horror stories for the first time anywhere!

    WEIRD Love: You Know You Want It HC
    Joe Gill & Various (w) • Various (a) • Ogden Whitney (c)
    Your Valentine likes it hardcover…here’s the must-give book for them (or just get it for your depraved self)! “Weird Love: All You Need Is Weird Love” collects the first three issues of the so-bad-it’s-good comic book that is the buzz of geekdom! Plus a raging bonus showcase of the most bizarre and sexy romance comic book covers! Revealing foreword by Craig Yoe and Clizia Gussoni who 13th Dimension calls, “The Masters and Johnson of comics!” Fascinating introduction by Comic Book Girl 19. These vintage stories will blow your mind: “I Fell for a Commie!”, “Love of a Lunatic!”, “Yes, I was an Escort Girl!”, “Love, Honor and Swing, Baby!”, Gangster's Girl", “Too Fat to Frug!”…and MORE!
    HC • FC • $29.99 • 160 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-237-1
    • Advance-solicited for a January release!



    And some big TPBs:

    Star Trek: New Adventures, Vol. 1
    Mike Johnson (w) • Stephen Molnar, Joe Phillips, Joe Corroney, Claudia Balboni (a) • Tim Bradstreet (c)
    The adventures of the Starship Enterprise continue in this set of stories that take place between the first and second movies! Featuring the new cast of the film, these issues feature re-imagined stories from the original TV series in the alternate timeline as well as brand new missions, all with creative collaboration with Star Trek writer/producer Roberto Orci.
    TPB • FC • $29.99 • 300 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-177-0
    • Collects the first 12 issues of the ongoing Star Trek series.

    True Blood Omnibus
    Mariah Huehner, David Tischman, Marc Andreyko, Michael McMillian (w) • David Messina, Claudia Balboni, Stephen Molnar, Joe Corroney, Bruno Letizia (a) • Joe Corroney (c)
    Follow Sookie, Bill, Eric, Lafayette, and the rest of the cast as the action, and passion, ranges from Bon Temps to New Orleans. This Omnibus collects the first three series, All Together Now, Tainted Love, and The French Quarter into one book.
    TPB • FC • $29.99 • 424 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-185-5

    Corto Maltese: Under the Sign of Capricorn
    Hugo Pratt (w & a & c)
    This book, the first of 12 volumes, launches the definitive English language edition of Hugo Pratt’s masterpiece, presented in the original oversized B&W format with new translations made from Pratt’s original Italian scripts.
    Long before the term “graphic novel” entered the popular lexicon—ten years before Will Eisner’s A Contract with God—Hugo Pratt pioneered the long-form “drawn literature” story. Corto Maltese set the standard for all adult adventure comics in Europe. By the mid-1970s Corto was the continent’s most popular series and Hugo Pratt the world’s leading graphic novelist.
    Hugo Pratt’s peripatetic sailor was featured in a series of 29 stories. The adventures of this modern Ulysses are set during the first 30 years of the 20th Century in such exotic locales as Pratt’s native Venice, the steppes of Manchuria, the Caribbean islands, the Danakil deserts, the Amazon forests, and the waves of the Pacific.
    Corto Maltese: Under the Sign of Capricorn collects the first six inter-connected short stories Pratt created in France in the early 1970s: “The Secret of Tristan Bantam,” “Rendez-vous in Bahia,” “Sureshot Samba,” “The Brazilian Eagle,” “So Much for Gentlemen of Fortune,” and “The Seagull’s Fault.”
    TPB • B&W • $29.99 • 140 pages • 9.25” x 11.75” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-065-0

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    Picked up Transformers Phase 2 HC volume 1. I have to say I'm a little disappointed in the size. Only containing 12 issues instead of the 18 plus that its predessesor contained. I do like the fact they include more covers in this collection and hope they continue that tradition. Now for TMNT IDW collection 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilomar View Post
    Picked up Transformers Phase 2 HC volume 1. I have to say I'm a little disappointed in the size. Only containing 12 issues instead of the 18 plus that its predessesor contained. I do like the fact they include more covers in this collection and hope they continue that tradition. Now for TMNT IDW collection 1.
    Can we see some pics please

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    Anyone care to share some pics of Tarzan: The Complete Russ Manning Newspaper Strips? Interiors, spine design, etc.

    I've been debating about adding it to my next order on IST.

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    When is the release of the TMNT hardcover?

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