Still More DC Comics 2008 Trade Paperbacks - Starman! Countdown!

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Couldn't hand off Collected Editions for November without just a few more trade paperback solicitations. And when we say few, we mean lots!

Projected for May, June, and July 2008 from DC Comics, it's Countdown to Final Crisis volumes one and two! Starman: The Complete Saga! Justice League International volume two! The Green Lantern: No Fear paperback! Check it out!

May:
Green Lantern: No Fear paperback
Countdown to Final Crisis volume 1
Batman: Joker's Last Laugh (the Chuck Dixon crossover)
Black Adam: The Dark Age
Legion of Super-Heroes (50th Anniversary Edition) - a collection of issues from various eras
Vertigo: First Cut - another Vertigo sampler
Batman vs Two-Face
Justice volume 1 - paperback
Infinity Inc: Luthor's Monster
52 Aftermath: The Four Horsemen
Checkmate: Fall of the Wall
Jack Kirby's OMAC hardcover
Booster Gold: 52 Pick-Up
Heroes (TV series) - paperback
Superman: The World of Krypton - the John Byrne miniseries
All-New Atom: The Search for Ray Palmer
Starman: The Complete Saga hardcover volume 1 - WOW!
Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul hardcover
Superman: Escape from Bizarro World paperback

June:
Metamorpho: Year One
All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder hardcover
World's Finest (deluxe edition) - the Dave Gibbons miniseres; well worth it!
Green Lantern: Tales of the Sinestro Corps hardcover
Superman: Camelot Falls volume 1 paperback
Justice League of America: The Injustice League hardcover
Tangent Comics volume 3
The Joker: Greatest Stories Ever Told
Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War volume 2
Batman: Jekyll & Hyde - Paul Jenkins miniseries. Preparing for The Dark Knight returns, anyone?
Ex Machina (deluxe edition)
Shadowpact volume 3
Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow
Countdown Presents: Search for Ray Palmer

July:
Countdown to Final Crisis volume 2
Justice League International volume 2
Diana Price: Wonder Woman volume 2
Batman: Going Sane - Legends of the Dark Knight #65-68 by J. M. Dematteis. Dark Knight, eh?
Countdown to Adventure
Authority: Prime
Countdown: Arena
Batman: Batman and Son paperback
The Flash: The Fast Life
Wonder Girl: Champion
Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes - the Geoff Johns Superman plotline
Trials of Shazam volume 2
Batman: Faces - Matt Wagner storyline

(For earlier DC Comics 2008 trade paperback solicitations, click here and here. And let me mention that there was one mini-series on this list to be collected, for which the first issue hasn't even come out, which I omitted because I like the writer a lot and felt this was something of a low blow. Though it's not as though anyone will be surprised to know this miniseries will eventually be collected -- have I taught you nothing? Let the speculation begin -- when I finally review the series, I'll name names).

Can you (complete Starman) even (complete Starman) believe it? Now what are you going to buy?
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9 comments:

  1. Wow that is one amazing list there. I am sure going to be busy!

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  2. So what are the contents for the trades in this list and the links for the earlier lists?

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  3. Gee, I don't know. Should I maybe think about Complete Starman?

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  4. Oh! There are too many interesting things to pick these months.

    I will buy for sure:
    May: Starman: The Complete Saga; Batman: The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul; Superman: Escape from Bizarro World; Black Adam: The Dark Age; Batman: Joker's Last Laugh.

    June: Green Lantern: Tales of the Sinestro Corps hardcover; Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War volume 2; Batman: Jekyll & Hyde.

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  5. (continue)
    July: Justice League International; Batman: Going Sane; Batman: Faces.

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  6. Lots of good stuff on there. Provided that Complete Starman is not an Absolute edition (way too much money for those), I'm all over it. And, FINALLY, a Johns Green Lantern softcover...awesome.

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  7. That's a long wait for Batman and Son trade. Say is that arc worth getting in hardcover?

    Any idea what's Ex Machina (deluxe edition)?

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  8. Complete Starman sort of irks me; I'd rather have had Times Past II and not have to re-acquire the whole thing.

    No Crisis on Multiple Earths this season? (I know you tend to leave out the less recent stuff other than a few Showcase mentions)

    Interesting that they didn't go with "The Greatest Legion of Super-Heroes Stories Ever Told", since it looks like it would fit into that line.

    I'd rather have The Krypton Chronicles than the Byrne, honestly

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  9. JLI, Starman, Booster Gold, All new Atom, deluxe Ex Machina... my gawd, could you imagine how much money I'd have to spend if everything was as good?

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