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    I'm pretty excited for the Silver Streak Archives featuring original Daredevil starting up in a month. It will be released by Dark Horse.

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    The upcoming X-Men/X-Factor Essentials really have me excited as we're moving into the era of the animated series where I was first exposed to the franchise.
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    Blood, milk and sky....

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    Quote Originally Posted by berk View Post
    What does everyone think of these upcoming Flash Gordon collections from Titan - are these the ones to get? There seem to be other collections out there, so it's a bit confusing. Here's a link to the first of the new ones:

    Flash Gordon: On the Planet Mongo: The Complete Flash Gordon Library (Vol. 1)
    Depends on what you are looking for.

    The Checker collection only did the Alex Raymond years.

    The big IDW collections (first out, second coming soon) will include the Jungle Jim 'topper' done by Alex Raymond. This series will only do the Raymond years.

    The Titan collection, I understand, will go beyond the Alex Raymond period. So it sounds like a good one to get if you just want Flash AND you'd like to go beyond Raymond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emb021 View Post
    Depends on what you are looking for.

    The Checker collection only did the Alex Raymond years.

    The big IDW collections (first out, second coming soon) will include the Jungle Jim 'topper' done by Alex Raymond. This series will only do the Raymond years.

    The Titan collection, I understand, will go beyond the Alex Raymond period. So it sounds like a good one to get if you just want Flash AND you'd like to go beyond Raymond.
    I'm mainly interested in the Raymond Flash Gordon, although I haven't seen too much of any of the artists who followed him so my mind could be changed. Not much interested in Jungle Jim. So it sounds like the Checker or the Titan would be my best bet.


    I am now excited about the upcoming Wally Wood and Al Williamson EC collections from Fantagraphics, after someone mentioned them in I think the horror comics thread.

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    Allan Holtz' enormous, encyclopedic reference work American Newspaper Comics is finally available. In the comic-strip-classics group, Allan wrote:

    "There's a snafu with Amazon's listing of American Newspaper Comics, so
    the book is not available there until they get it straightened out.
    However, the publisher, University of Michigan Press, has bowed to my
    whining about the Amazon situation. If you use the super-secret codeword
    "COMICS" to purchase the book on their website, they'll give you 40% off
    the cover price of the book, same or better than Amazon is expected to
    offer when they finally get their act together!

    Go to: http://www.press.umich.edu/titleDeta....do?id=2133963

    It's listed as forthcoming there, because the main shipment of books is
    still en route from the printer to the publisher's warehouse, but I'm
    assured that orders will be going out forthwith."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Allen View Post
    Allan Holtz' enormous, encyclopedic reference work American Newspaper Comics is finally available.
    That book looks really amazing. I like the inclusion of the CD. Unfortunately, it's currently a little out of my price range, even with the discount, but it's definitely something I'll keep my eye out for later on.
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    Hi all, according to my local comic book store, the second volume of the Crime Does Not Pay Archives comes out this week. Also, the third volume is the Previews that just came out this past Wednesday.

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    Here's another new one - Marvel Comics, the Untold Story by Sean Howe:

    http://www.harpercollins.com/books/M...=9780061992100
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    Haven't posted here in a while. So...stuff that's scheduled for the next 90 days or so that will find their way on to my buy list.

    Wally Wood: The Complete Galaxy Illustrations.



    Weird Horrors & Daring Adventures (Vol. 1) (The Joe Kubert Archives



    Genius, Illustrated: The Life and Art of Alex Toth


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    Matt Baker: The Art of Glamour



    Mickey Spillane's From the Files of...Mike Hammer: The complete Dailies and Sundays Volume 1



    Skippy Volume 1: Complete Dailies 1925-1927


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    Surprising amount of new stuff coming up this fall and winter:

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    Tarzan Archives: The Russ Manning Years
    I've been waiting years for this to happen!

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    The Al Williamson EC stories
    I'm glad they're doing archive editions by artist. I'll probably get this one and the Wally Wood volume.
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    As I noted a bit earlier on the "Meanwhile ..." thread, this is coming out in about a month --



    & is described as featuring
    high-quality reproductions of the entire original series, as well as the hard-to-find sequel from 1994, rare and never-before-seen sketches, concept art, and test market materials. Also included are an introduction by series co-creator Len Brown and an afterword by Zina Saunders, daughter of the original artist, providing an insiderís behind-the-scenes view of the bizarre and compelling world of Mars Attacks.
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    Another issue of Squa Tront is coming out. I think I missed the last one.
    "It's just lines on paper, folks!"

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    I wasn't aware they were going to do the Sundays.

    Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: Color Sundays Vol. 1

    http://www.amazon.com/Walt-Disneys-M...pd_ys_ir_b_311


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    One that doesn't exist is a full-color retrospective of Lou Fine's work, especially his covers. I'd love to see that! (Pure Imagination apparently printed a couple of black-and-white ones in the 90s.)
    Anyway, it is cool for you to acquire acrimony of crumbling time on blast this website.
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