I had that very nerdy problem with stuff like Kraven's Last Hunt (and even the first eight volumes of Essentials), but the cover says Amazing Spider-Man and the reprint's of stuff that includes ASM issues, so Amazing Spider-Man it is.
Post by Corey Blake on Aug 17, 2010 14:15:44 GMT -5
November releases have been announced. Added:
-Amazing Spider-Man: The Complete Clone Saga Epic Book 4 soft cover (1995) -Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Collection Book 5 soft cover, collecting the end of J. Michael Straczysnki's lengthy run (2006-2008) -Spider-Man: One Moment In Time hard cover (2010)
Post by Corey Blake on Sept 21, 2010 14:51:15 GMT -5
Added from this December's scheduled releases:
Marvel Masterworks: Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 12 hard cover (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #110-120 from 1972) Marvel Masterworks: Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 13 hard cover (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #121-131 from 1973) Spider-Man: Origin of the Species hard cover (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #642-647 from 2010)
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Post by Corey Blake on Oct 20, 2010 15:38:55 GMT -5
Added from January releases:
-Spider-Man: The Complete Clone Saga Epic Book 5 soft cover (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #405-406 and a ton of others) -Spider-Man: The Gauntlet Vol. 4 - Juggernaut soft cover (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #626-629 & #229-230) -Spider-Man: Big Time hard cover (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #648-651)
Corey Blake, you helpful so-and-so. I was googling the Marvel Masterwork editions 'cause I've decided that I want to repurchase everything up to Gwen's death in colour, instead of in the B&W essentials collections I already own. I'd only seen it go up to volume twelve and was originally planning to buy Gwen's death in a separate TPB, but when I referenced back to this thread, I found out that there's a 13th volume, which is much better.
Also, I know I should start a separate thread for this, but I was just thinking: Imagine if you had to stop these franchise superhero books at a certain point in their history, preferably a high point of course. When would you stop them? For instance, in Amazing Spider-Man, I'd've stopped it right after Gwen and Norman's death. I mean, yes, there were other great stories throughout Spider-Man's history AFTER ASM#122, but if I had to choose, that tragic ending just seemed so perfect. For Daredevil, I would've ended it at the end of Bendis' run. Because, well, I just could not see how anyone could top what him and Maleev did there.
Oh, second completely unrelated point, Alex Maleev is coming to Singapore!
Post by Corey Blake on Nov 16, 2010 15:36:36 GMT -5
Added for February:
-Captain America: Scourge of the Underworld soft cover reprints Amazing Spider-Man #278 from 1986 along with the rest of the "Justice is served"/Scourge story that ran through various Marvel comics. -Spider-Man: The Gauntlet Vol. 5 - Lizard soft cover edition -Spider-Man: Grim Hunt soft cover edition