Late 2008 DC Comics Trade Paperbacks - Deluxe JLA! Green Arrow/Black Canary

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Here's a little appetizer before our American friends dive into their turkey tomorrow ... DC is going to announce a series of deluxe JLA hardcovers, collecting the full Grant Morrison run!

Between JLA, Starman, and Ex Machina, I think "deluxe" is a word we're going to start hearing a lot more from DC ...

Some other tidbits:

* Green Arrow/Black Canary - the first collection of the new series will be hardcover
* Dr. Fate - by Steve Gerber, in paperback
* Countdown Presents: Lord Havok and the Extremists - paperback
* Supergirl - by Kelly Puckett, in paperback
* Robin: Year One - a new edition, on the heels of Chuck Dixon's new Robin run
* Metal Men - the Duncan Rouleau series, in hardcover
* Death of the New Gods - by Jim Starlin, in hardcover

The Collected Editions guest-blogging team has been doing a great job while I've been away doing NaNoWriMo (must. keep. writing.) and we've still got one more guest review coming tomorrow. Then tune in here again on Monday with new reviews from yours truly.

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  1. Got this off Comics Continuum:

    "DC Comics has expanded the announcement made last weekend at Wizard World Texas regarding The Starman Omnibus series featuring the writing of James Robinson.

    The series of six volumes will begin in May. The series will feature new covers by Tony Harris, and will measure 6.75 inches by 10.25 inches. Collecting the entire Starman series, plus the Starman Annuals, Secret Files, 80-Page Giant, The Shade mini-series and more, these volumes include stories illustrated by Harris, Peter Snejbjerg, Chris Sprouse, J.H. Williams III, Phil Jimenez, Gene Ha, Guy Davis, Teddy Kristiansen, Lee Weeks and many others, as well as several stories co-written by David Goyer.

    The first volume will be 448 pages, collecting Starman #0 and 1-16, with a cover price of $49.99."


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