OK so i'm filling in the Blanks with my collection now and i decided to start with the no Mans Land Graphic Novels, i used to have the whole lot in comic book form (really cursing my younger self for not looking after my comics when i was a nipper) and i recently got the original No Mans Land Volume 1, stupid me. I realised shortly afterwards that the new editions have a lot more in them. Now there's every chance that i've read all the comics that aren't included in the Old edition and i know that there are no Major plot points or anything but as a collector, does anyone think it's worth me biting the bullet and starting over and buying the new editions of No man's land, in short, am i missing that much if i don't and continue collecting the old editions?
in return let me impart this advice to anyone looking for a good one off story - Elsewords Batman/Houdini. one of my first elsewords and one of my favorout Graphic novels to this day, great artwork, very likeable characters and a good story. You can't go wrong with that!
I have all of the original issues as well, and I intend to get the new trades. I skipped the old ones because they left out so much. What the old trades contain could fill only 1.75 books of the new editions.
Bite the bullet.
Heh, i thought that might be the response. Probably for the best, i'd be wandering what i was missing out on if i didn't.
I'll consider that lesson learnt. Thanks! Would i get a prize for being the millionth person to ask if anyone knows if there's any plans anyone knows of to collect the Aftershocks and Road to no Man's Land comics? I figured out something was missing when i didn't see the Bruce Wayne goes to washington comic in No Man's land V1 and i think i've been kicking myself since then.
There's no plans for those (no prize for asking; not many have). I wish Road to NML was collected, though. I missed half of those issues.
Originally Posted by OldschoolAL