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      CommentAuthorFerburton
    • CommentTimeDec 21st 2007
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    Marvelman.

    adyh
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    Ostrander's entire run on the The Spectre.
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    Miracleman (although im luck enough that i managed to by the Golden Age tp for about a pound a few years back
    Zenith - Just so i can read all of it. I never made it to the end when it originally came out.
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      CommentAuthorUnsub
    • CommentTimeDec 22nd 2007
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    Team 7

    I think there is some sort of legal reason for there being no Miracleman TPB?
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      CommentAuthorFerburton
    • CommentTimeDec 22nd 2007
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    There is. No one is sure who has the rights to it.
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    To all and sundry:

    John Smith's 2000AD series REVERE has been collected into an issue of 2000AD EXTREME EDITION that you can find in back issue sections.

    IDW has begun collected Mike Baron's COMPLETE BADGER.

    The COMPLETE DEATH'S HEAD has been collected into two trades by Panini UK and can be order from amazon.co.uk or bookdepository.com, the latter offers free shipping worldwide.

    THE COMPLETE ZENITH is available as a .cbz file on some torrent sites - someone has scanned every single chapter, artwork page and cover art into a single digital file. This is of course entirely ilegal.
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      CommentAuthorMark R
    • CommentTimeDec 22nd 2007
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    I'm sure both have meen metioned, but,

    Hitman
    Miracleman
    • CommentAuthorDerrickCB
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2008
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    Miralceman and Master of Kung-Fu... man, you guys really make we want to go digging in the crates in my Mom's attic. Back in the late 80s/early 90s I went a rampage a picked up the entire run of both those series, never had a chance to read them chronologically.

    Any 2099 stuff is cool, just 'cause that was a weird experiment that does have fans and would probably create new ones.

    The Michael Golden Micronauts would be cool to see, as well.

    Whoever mentioned AIRBOY is right on track with lost gems that we need to see again.

    Is NEXUS completely reprinted as HCs? I know that Dark Horse was doing some of the early part of the series.
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    CHASE with J.H. Williams III. Thought it might be collected, not sure.
    • CommentAuthorElohim
    • CommentTimeJan 4th 2008
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    Animal Man after #27 should be collected...
    • CommentAuthorKosmopolit
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2008 edited
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    Ostrander and Close's Wasteland

    Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children

    Strange Days

    Bruce Jones' horror and Sf anthologies for Pacific.

    The 90's version of The Demon - both the Grant and Ennis runs.

    Peyer's Hourman

    Resurrection Man

    Oh and Ellis' DV8.
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    After some consideration:

    Everything. Allot of it should be on sale as a POD at BW newsprint quality because its not wroth the risk of printing color trades, but in general terms I will go with everything.
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    Wasn't there a really EC Comics-esque version of the Spectre in the late 70's? That would be cool to have.

    I'd like to get a chance to read a lot of the lesser known Kirby DC stuff. The Sandman, The Demon - none of that stuff is available, I don't think. I'm pretty excited about the OMAC hardcover.

    And, while it's already collected, they did a weak job with the second half of Steranko's Nick Fury. The colors are all messed up. A big Omnibus for the whole run, recolored? I'd love that.
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    Xombie from Milestone. You might consider this a sub-Morrison Doom Patrol rip-off, but I found it extremely enjoyable.
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    @Muse hicks - revere is damned good call as is Zenith. They were both the nuts.

    so to speak.

    @AdiTantimedh - good work, fella.
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    First off:
    @Will: What an awesome idea! Um, how "reasonable" was the cost of that project?

    Second:
    In thinking about this I poked around a bit on Amazon to see what had been published, and was surprised to find several things collected that I now have to obtain (some of the Zot! books, Mr. Monster, and Tim Barela's Leonard & Larry stuff). This make the thread both useful and potentially damaging to my limited finances :-).

    Third:
    Votes in favor for:
    Simon & Kirby Sandman
    Kaluta Pellucidar stuff
    Chaykin's Marvel stuff. I have a lot of it in my collection but a single volume on high-quality paper would be great.
    Baron's Badger stuff: glad to hear it's in the pub queue.
    Elementals (why the hell haven't they been collected yet?!?!?!?)

    Fourth:
    A few of my own:
    It's stupid, but I really want the Golden Age Street & Smith Doc Savage stuff in one volume. I read a couple when I was a hatchling and I enjoyed them. I may not like them so much now, but it would be cool to have them . . . .
    I'd also like someone to pull all of the Golden Age Destroyer stories together (we're talking Timely Comics era here), mostly for research purposes, but partly because the costume is cooool. . . . It takes a man very comfortable with himself to wear striped pants and skulls. . . .
    Inferior Five, anyone?
    First Comics' Chronicles of Corum by Baron and Mignola.

    I was going to add Nemesis the Warlock, but it seems to have already happened.
    • CommentAuthorKosmopolit
    • CommentTimeJan 10th 2008 edited
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    "Elementals (why the hell haven't they been collected yet?!?!?!?)"

    I think the rights somehow passed from Bill Willingham to Andrew Rev, the last owner of Comico.

    From all accounts, Rev wasn't exactly an easy guy to work with.
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    JTraub - Absolutely. I think that you have hit the nail on the head there. Why not scan everything that you own the rights to and make it available as Print On Demand?

    Hardly any overheads, no backstock taking up warehouse space and you let people buy what interests them in that whole 'long tail' fashion.
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      CommentAuthormojojoseph
    • CommentTimeJan 16th 2008
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    Marvelman.


    I am in total agreement, only seen a few scans on LiveJournal, and it looks stunning. Just wish there wasn't all that stupid-ass legal stuff gumming the whole thing up.
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    I would love some sort of collection of Marvel's 2099 books, especially Ghost Rider 2099 (I was a massive fan of that one, and it had some amazing artists on it) and Warren's Doom 2099... because I just can't find those out here.

    Xombi was mentioned as well in this thread. Loved the issues I do have, and I would love to get my hands on more.