Major DC Comics trade news for 2006!

Saturday, January 28, 2006

I've come across a whole slew of DC Comics trade listings, including slim details on more Superman, Batman, Batgirl, Green Lantern, JSA, Seven Soliders of Victory, Superman/Batman, Nightwing trades and more. In addition to that, however, are Supergirl trades, another Batgirl trade by Andersen Gabrych, Fables: Arabian Nights and Days and 1001 Nights of Snowfall, Batman: City of Crime, an Infinite Crisis trade paperback, All-Star Superman and Batman trades, Batman: Gotham City Confidential, Superman: Where No Superman Has Gone Before (the Infinite Crisis crossover, perhaps?), JLA Classified: New Maps of Hell, a Power Girl trade, Green Lantern Corps: Recharge, and ... Absolute Kingdom Come. Yes, that's right, the powerhouse Mark Waid/Alex Ross story, in Absolute format. Keep watching this space kids ... it's a great time to be a DC (and a trade paperback!) fan.
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7 comments:

  1. Infinite Crisis trade before the hardcover? Don't think so.

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  2. Yeah, I was just thinking this morning that that surprised me, too. Well, nothing saying these solicitations are one hundred percent accurate, either, and there's no price point listed. I also saw some Batman and Superman hardcovers that I think might be paperbacks. So, we'll wait and see. I'm just glad it's listed, period.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Glad to see All-Star Superman collected, although the fact that it's listed this early suggests that they're only collecting the first half, ala For Tomorrow and New Frontier, which is rather disappointing.

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  4. Jeffrey --

    Yeah ... I actually wondered if they were going to collect it a la Marvel; that is, two trades equal one hardcover, two hardcovers equal one oversized volume. Well, we'll see. I imagine both All-Star Superman and Batman are prime candidates for Absolute treatment.

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  5. Any thoughts on the 2007 DC trade lineup yet?

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  6. Anon,

    Um ... 52? :) Seriously, it might be a little early for 2007 yet, but watch Collected Editions sometime in March/April for a mid-year review, and the Fall 2006 predictions. Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. Amazon has a list of trades up to November this year IIRC but nothing afterwards!

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