DC Finest Solicitations

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Years 2007-2009 of DC Finest: Wonder Woman

Fan-favorite Wonder Woman stories written by Gail Simone are back in print as part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

This collection spotlights writer Gail Simone’s beloved run on Wonder Woman starting in 2007 with “The Circle” storyline drawn by Terry Dodson, and continuing with “Ends of the Earth,” “Rise of the Olympian,” and “Warkiller,” drawn by Aaron Lopresti!

This volume collects WONDER WOMAN (2006) #14-35; OUTSIDERS: FIVE OF A KIND - WONDER WOMAN/GRACE #1, and BRAVE & BOLD #7.
Trade Paperback 584 pages $39.99 ·

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Years 1986-1987 of DC's Finest: Batman

    A major new line of DC collected editions starts with one of the most revered eras of Batman history, including the all-time classic Batman: Year One!

    Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

    DC Finest: Batman: Year One & Two collects the Dark Knight’s adventures following the game-changing crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths, starting with the seminal Batman: Year One story from Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli. This collection also includes Batman: Year Two by Mike W. Barr, Alan Davis, and Todd McFarlane, along with further mid-to-late ‘80s adventures from Barr, Max Allan Collins, Norm Breyfogle, and more!

    Collects BATMAN (1940) #404-414, BATMAN ANNUAL #11, and DETECTIVE COMICS (1937) #571-581.
    Trade Paperback 592 pages $39.99

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Not the best selection of stories. I’ll be skipping.

      Decent collection but since I own 2/3s of it I’ll be skipping.

      Years 1988-1994 of DC's Finest: Catwoman

      Catwoman’s first solo stories are back in print as part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

      Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

      DC Finest: Catwoman: Life Lines collects the early history of Catwoman solo stories, establishing Selina Kyle as a protagonist in her own right, separate from Batman’s rogues gallery.

      This collection including character-defining tales such as her 1989 solo debut by Mindy Newell and J.J. Birch exploring the feline fatale’s origins; Peter Milligan and Tom Grindberg’s Catwoman Defiant, which was released concurrent to the character’s big-screen debut in 1992’s Batman Return; and the first year of the Catwoman ongoing series from writer Jo Duffy and artist Jim Balent.

      This volume collects stories from ACTION COMICS (1938) #611-614; BATMAN: CATWOMAN DEFIANT #1; SHOWCASE '93 #1-4; CATWOMAN (1989) #1-4; CATWOMAN (1993) #1-12, AND CATWOMAN ANNUAL #1.
      Trade Paperback 600 pages $39.99 ·

      Actually might give this a look.

      Years 1938-1940 of DC's Finest: Superman

      A major new line of DC collected editions begins with the earliest stories starring the first and greatest superhero: Superman!

      Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

      What better place to start then with the hero who started it all: Superman! This collection features the Man of Steel’s earliest stories, starting with 1938’s legendary Action Comics #1 from Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

      DC Finest: Superman: The Coming of Superman collects the first two years of Superman adventures in ACTION COMICS (1938) #1-25, SUPERMAN (1940) #1-5, and New York WORLD'S FAIR #1.
      Trade Paperback 584 pages $39.99 ·

      Love Superman but this is well-tread territory for collections. Don’t need most of it. But decent collection.

      Years 1956-1961 of DC Finest: The Flash

      The earliest adventures of Barry Allen return in a new comprehensive collection, part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

      Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

      DC Finest: The Flash: The Human Thunderbolt collects the adventures of Barry Allen, the second and most iconic Flash, from the very beginning—starting with his debut in 1956’s Showcase #4 by John Broome and Carmine Infantino! This collection also includes the first appearances of famous Flash rogues including Captain Cold, Mirror Master, and Gorilla Grodd!

      This volume collects Silver Age Flash stories from THE FLASH (1958) #105-123, and SHOWCASE (1956) #4, #8, #13-14.
      Trade Paperback 600 pages $39.99 ·

      Flash isn’t my cup of tea but all the power to them.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I have the Golden Age Supes and Silver Age Flash so I agree with you.

        For people who don't, this Flash is probably a good jumping on point to some of the crazyiness of the Silver Age but given what they did with Diana and Selina, I would personally prefer to see them go back to the 50s/60s/70s format or to the Greatest DC Stories format, and even to bring some of those back into print.

        I love Gardner fox but the modern audience isn’t itching for silver age anything. Comics from the 80s-2011 are best for collection.

        If these were Showcase type books with a lot of content at very prices, yes. Otherwise, though I love Fox, and he didn't write a lot of this, agreed

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Otherwise, though I love Fox, and he didn't write a lot of this, agreed
          The JSA, JLA and GL collections are clearly going to be Fox-heavy

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            But Supergirl, Superman, Legion, Catwoman, WW, Batman, Green Arrow, Aquaman, and possibly Events don't.

            I really hope these take off and have some staying power. The choices aren’t really the best, thought LoSH and Balent (plus the bonus Newell/Milligan) Catwoman stuff is nice.

            This is what I was hoping they were doing for Supergirl, since the last attempt to collect it only got about halfway.

            >it only got about halfway.
            Because they fired the senior staff in the DC Direct division, which included the catalog sales of collections - anything that essentially wasn't trade collections of the current on-goings. They first fired a lot of the senior staff prior to the AT&T merger, continued that and then got rid of the entire division when it was Warner Media and DISCO really isn't interested nor has the expertise - at most they have some people with a popular periodical magazine background, who can handle advertising and distribution of something like a food magazine or special magazine publication, not anything like comic books.

            And even though those people have an entry into the grocery store chains, they aren't even leveraging that connection to try to do something like get cheap digest reprints into those grocers of ongoing or recent floppies, like Archie does.

            >Love Superman but this is well-tread territory for collections. Don’t need most of it. But decent collection.
            I tend to agree. its been collected a few times already
            Would have picked up a Bronze Age era which basically has no collections

            Yeah this is something that would really make the longtime collectors jump on board. Marvel kicked off the Epic line with a mix of both Vol. 1s and volumes that picked up where Masterworks left off so right off the bat they had everyone interested in the line. I am interested in a lot of these but I imagine the boomers will wait for something they don't have yet.

            I don't necessarily object to them doing a catalog evergreen of the first sets of Superman, but I'd rather see more of Superman in the 1950s (1960s, 1940s, etc.) re-released, and they can do that for Barry, Hal, for the 1950s and 1960s versus just reprinting the SA omnis, etc.

            And then they can do these for people like J'onn and Arthur, who were backups in many of these books, so those can be remastered and released - at least the good, interesting fun stories.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              The only one not chock full of silver age shit is Wonder Woman and it happens to be a collection of comics nobody but Twitter losers wants. Catwoman has some 80s material but it’ll be bogged down with older shit that doesn’t connect to it at all.

              And of course the titles fox never wrote for don’t have stories by him. My comment was about him, it was about the time period.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Simone’s WW was fun.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Prove you pay for comics and are going to buy this at full retail price.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Prove you pay for comics and are going to buy this at full retail price.

                I notice she didn’t do this kek

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Love Superman but this is well-tread territory for collections. Don’t need most of it. But decent collection.
        I tend to agree. its been collected a few times already
        Would have picked up a Bronze Age era which basically has no collections

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah this is something that would really make the longtime collectors jump on board. Marvel kicked off the Epic line with a mix of both Vol. 1s and volumes that picked up where Masterworks left off so right off the bat they had everyone interested in the line. I am interested in a lot of these but I imagine the boomers will wait for something they don't have yet.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, can’t justify the purchase when I’ve owned Year One and Year Two for like 9 years
        We need a comprehensive 80s Batman/Tec omnibus

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Nov 5th, 2024

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Years 1988-1994 of DC's Finest: Catwoman

    Catwoman’s first solo stories are back in print as part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

    Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

    DC Finest: Catwoman: Life Lines collects the early history of Catwoman solo stories, establishing Selina Kyle as a protagonist in her own right, separate from Batman’s rogues gallery.

    This collection including character-defining tales such as her 1989 solo debut by Mindy Newell and J.J. Birch exploring the feline fatale’s origins; Peter Milligan and Tom Grindberg’s Catwoman Defiant, which was released concurrent to the character’s big-screen debut in 1992’s Batman Return; and the first year of the Catwoman ongoing series from writer Jo Duffy and artist Jim Balent.

    This volume collects stories from ACTION COMICS (1938) #611-614; BATMAN: CATWOMAN DEFIANT #1; SHOWCASE '93 #1-4; CATWOMAN (1989) #1-4; CATWOMAN (1993) #1-12, AND CATWOMAN ANNUAL #1.
    Trade Paperback 600 pages $39.99 ·

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Dec 17th, 2024

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Man, I'm glad we're getting Balent's run reprinted, but I'd rather track down the out of print collections than buy a trade where the first 12 issues ae lumped in with Mindy Newell's miniseries.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Man, I'm glad we're getting Balent's run reprinted, but I'd rather track down the out of print collections than buy a trade where the first 12 issues ae lumped in with Mindy Newell's miniseries.

      I just wish DC would print the rest of the series already. Give me a full omnibus or something. They act like they only have the license for the first 12 issues

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Years 1938-1940 of DC's Finest: Superman

    A major new line of DC collected editions begins with the earliest stories starring the first and greatest superhero: Superman!

    Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

    What better place to start then with the hero who started it all: Superman! This collection features the Man of Steel’s earliest stories, starting with 1938’s legendary Action Comics #1 from Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

    DC Finest: Superman: The Coming of Superman collects the first two years of Superman adventures in ACTION COMICS (1938) #1-25, SUPERMAN (1940) #1-5, and NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR #1.
    Trade Paperback 584 pages $39.99 ·

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Nov 5th, 2024

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Years 1956-1961 of DC Finest: The Flash

    The earliest adventures of Barry Allen return in a new comprehensive collection, part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

    Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

    DC Finest: The Flash: The Human Thunderbolt collects the adventures of Barry Allen, the second and most iconic Flash, from the very beginning—starting with his debut in 1956’s Showcase #4 by John Broome and Carmine Infantino! This collection also includes the first appearances of famous Flash rogues including Captain Cold, Mirror Master, and Gorilla Grodd!

    This volume collects Silver Age Flash stories from THE FLASH (1958) #105-123, and SHOWCASE (1956) #4, #8, #13-14.
    Trade Paperback 600 pages $39.99 ·

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Nov 5th, 2024

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are unknown for this at this time.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Interesting for old JSA to get this treatment. But they are probably putting something more "recent" to shake it up.

      Years 1938-1940 of DC's Finest: Superman

      A major new line of DC collected editions begins with the earliest stories starring the first and greatest superhero: Superman!

      Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

      What better place to start then with the hero who started it all: Superman! This collection features the Man of Steel’s earliest stories, starting with 1938’s legendary Action Comics #1 from Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

      DC Finest: Superman: The Coming of Superman collects the first two years of Superman adventures in ACTION COMICS (1938) #1-25, SUPERMAN (1940) #1-5, and NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR #1.
      Trade Paperback 584 pages $39.99 ·

      Would be nice if they put Silver Age Supes like this.

      Contents are unknown for this

      Huh. Didnt expect this.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Contents are unknown for this at this time.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        At the very least this will probably contain the original Crisis on Earth One and Crisis on Earth Three.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Nov 19th, 2024

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are unknown for this at this time

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Dec 10th, 2024

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Contents are unknown for this

      NEED! Really didn't know either of these were getting the FINEST treatment until a few days ago. Fingers crossed that this will encourage DC to publish Grell's the Warlord at some point

      Years 1988-1994 of DC's Finest: Catwoman

      Catwoman’s first solo stories are back in print as part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

      Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

      DC Finest: Catwoman: Life Lines collects the early history of Catwoman solo stories, establishing Selina Kyle as a protagonist in her own right, separate from Batman’s rogues gallery.

      This collection including character-defining tales such as her 1989 solo debut by Mindy Newell and J.J. Birch exploring the feline fatale’s origins; Peter Milligan and Tom Grindberg’s Catwoman Defiant, which was released concurrent to the character’s big-screen debut in 1992’s Batman Return; and the first year of the Catwoman ongoing series from writer Jo Duffy and artist Jim Balent.

      This volume collects stories from ACTION COMICS (1938) #611-614; BATMAN: CATWOMAN DEFIANT #1; SHOWCASE '93 #1-4; CATWOMAN (1989) #1-4; CATWOMAN (1993) #1-12, AND CATWOMAN ANNUAL #1.
      Trade Paperback 600 pages $39.99 ·

      Years 1956-1961 of DC Finest: The Flash

      The earliest adventures of Barry Allen return in a new comprehensive collection, part of DC’s major new line of collected editions!

      Welcome to DC Finest, a major new publishing initiative presenting comprehensive collections of the most in-demand and celebrated periods in DC Comics history, spanning genres, characters, and eras!

      DC Finest: The Flash: The Human Thunderbolt collects the adventures of Barry Allen, the second and most iconic Flash, from the very beginning—starting with his debut in 1956’s Showcase #4 by John Broome and Carmine Infantino! This collection also includes the first appearances of famous Flash rogues including Captain Cold, Mirror Master, and Gorilla Grodd!

      This volume collects Silver Age Flash stories from THE FLASH (1958) #105-123, and SHOWCASE (1956) #4, #8, #13-14.
      Trade Paperback 600 pages $39.99 ·

      Contents are unknown.

      Kind want. Honestly hoping that the line does well and that DC doesn't change it's mind about it, because I genuinely would like to see them publish more Bronze Age/Cary Bates era Flash beyond that "The Death Of Iris West" collection that we got. I've also read most of Silver Age Green Lantern and while it is a bit of a batshit comfort read, it's more of a pure power fantasy book, same with SA Flash

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Fingers crossed that this will encourage DC to publish Grell's the Warlord at some point

        I’m still pissed they put out only one Showcase volume 15 years ago and that was that. And it sold out quickly so I never was able to find a copy at a good price

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Zap Goes The Legion is the name of one of the Action Comics Legion stories and the cover indicates we are getting the wienerrum run. Since Legion was stuck being back-up stories until Superboy #197, it's most likely we are getting what would have been the Bronze Age omnibus V1 in this book; basically the Action Comics stories, the Superboy back-ups, and probably Superboy and the Legion #197-204 (which is after Wildfire returns from the dead and officially takes the Wildfire name).

      Contents are unknown for this

      I sadly never got my hands on the Zero Hour omnibus; did it do the usual bit where they ran the main series at the start of the omnibus and then dumped all of the tie-ins afterwards without much thought or did it print the tie-ins inbetween the five issues of the mini?

      Contents are unknown.

      Probably Silver Age Green Lantern #30-something through the #40s or #50s.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are unknown for this

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are unknown.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases Dec 3rd, 2024

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Shut the frick up. Who cares? SMT compendium 2 hasn't been announced yet

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous Mogul

      SMT will never be fully collected, Matt Wagner was cursed by a gypsy

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        BUT I WANT IT

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          If the compendium isn't the 4th time you're buying this same material, you never really wanted it lol

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Its the 2nd time :*~~)). Because I have the volumes that go up to I believe it was The Blackhawk. I just want it:*~~).

            Hell, i'll even by Vendetti's Sandman if it means I get compendium 2

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are for this.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Disregard

      Shut the frick up. Who cares? SMT compendium 2 hasn't been announced yet

      I love Kara.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases January 14th, 2025.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Robin where?

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are unknown for this

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases January 21st, 2025

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Contents are unknown.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Releases 7th January 2025.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My homie Ramona.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That's all the Solicitations.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Release dates?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Oh yeah sorry

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I love Gardner fox but the modern audience isn’t itching for silver age anything. Comics from the 80s-2011 are best for collection.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah. Something like James Robinson's Starman, Johns' Aquaman or even Ostrander's The Spectre could work.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Starman had two compendiums last year. I own both 🙂

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah. Something like James Robinson's Starman, Johns' Aquaman or even Ostrander's The Spectre could work.

          Interesting for old JSA to get this treatment. But they are probably putting something more "recent" to shake it up.
          [...]
          Would be nice if they put Silver Age Supes like this.
          [...]
          Huh. Didnt expect this.

          Oh, i mistook this for the DC compact comics thing that they were doing to compete with manga.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Releases Nov 12th, 2024

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Man DC is finally upping their collected editions game

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I just want smt compendium two.... and Peter David's weird Supergirl run

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I really hope these take off and have some staying power. The choices aren’t really the best, thought LoSH and Balent (plus the bonus Newell/Milligan) Catwoman stuff is nice.

        This is what I was hoping they were doing for Supergirl, since the last attempt to collect it only got about halfway.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >I really hope these take off and have some staying power
          Yeah it would be awesome if we actually got a DC equivalent of the Epic collections. A lot of these I will definitely get since I passed up on them in omni and Archives form, didn't want to break the bank then but DC's finally making some sense

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    WildStorm?

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I really like pirating Epic Collections so I hope DC build a big library of these.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >releasing Batman Year One again
    I know why, but it's still annoying when I just want more releases of Bronze Age stuff.

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Not only that, but hopefully they'll restore the shit that was cut from the previous trades. IE including Killing Joke, Death in the Family, Lonely Place of Dying, Arkham Asylum, and The Cult

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I never did buy any of the Marvel Epics, are they any good?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Depends on the contents, obviously. When they're reprinting good material, they're very good.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Epics are pretty great. I mean like said it depends on how much you like the comic in question because they just do what they set out to do. Collect, typically a years worth of stories arranged in a nice reading order. The only downside, depending how you look at it, is they kind of jump around rather than just being released in a clear order. They'll all line up in clear numbered order when they're said and done but, for example, Fantastic Four epic volume 10 has a huge gap between it and volume 17 with volumes 11-16 not released or scheduled yet. It's not a huge deal unless you're expecting these to be treated like a manga volume or something

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I mean I kinda get the logic for publishing them based in whatever order they think will sell best so that they aren’t losing money (DC really should do the same) but it does annoy me when the order of publication is so all over the place and there can be big gaps that you just have to patiently wait to be filled.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          They seem pretty committed to the line so if you're patient the gaps are only getting smaller. And honestly I'm actually pretty happy they jump around too. Not to sound dismissive but if we waited for sequential order we'd be probably only now jut be getting to the 80s so for fans of "newer" stuff it's good to not have to wait around for years till they finally get to your era. It's a decent balance.

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Are these gonna be color or black-and-white?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Colour, duh. They stopped doing B&W specifically because they realised people will still pay more for colour.

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    OH GEE ANOTHER FRICKING COLLECTION LINE THAT DC IS EVENTUALLY JUST GOING TO GIVE UP ON.

    REMEMBER ESSENTIALS EDITION? REMEMBER X; THE Y AGE??

    JLI TO THIS DAY STILL ISN'T FULLY COLLECTED IN A REASONABLE NON moronic OMNI FORMAT (NO I WILL NOT BUY THE 1000 Page Hardcover Monstrosity, I want something I can actually feasibly hold with my hands and read)

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Unless you're in a wheelchair with gnarled t-rex arms, you can read an omnibus just fine

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe train the arm you dont jerk off with so you're muscles are evenly spread.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The JLI omnibuses are great, quit being a baby

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        V3 is fricked up because they are omitting Armageddon 2001 and shoehorning in the later Giffen/DeMatties shit rather than saving them for the final volume, indicating they never intended to reprint all of JLI

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          DC doesn’t want to touch anything Gerard Jones wrote with a ten feet pole as long as he’s still alive because they would have to pay royalties to a convicted pedophile (he was caught posting CP online) and that is such a bad PR situation it’s best to just not reprint anything for the foreseeable future .

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >C doesn’t want to touch anything Gerard Jones
            they released the jli omnis with his stuff in it

  27. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I hope they're willing to expand these outside of the runs they're focusing on. Also wish that Batman one started with 401 so it would finally be collected somewhere at all.
    Unrelated, but I'd kill for a Legends omni with all the tie-ins, preferably in order.

  28. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t give a frick about most of this shit. Maybe I’ll cop LOSH but I already have the mordru story because I have the superboy 75th so if that takes up a third of it I’m not touching it.

    They should do one of these for the entirety of Adventures in the DC Universe, the comic that predated JL TAS with the timm inspired art style. Maybe Legends of the DCU too.

  29. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    BP.

  30. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    DC Finest
    GIVE ME THE SILVER AGE METAMORPHO YOU FRICKs

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This, but also not this because I just bought the Showcase Presents for it because I gave up all hope of it ever being reprinted again.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      With Silver Age Aquaman getting a volume, there's a bit more hope they'll tap into Metamorpho. It'd be nice to see books for Martian Manhunter, Metal Men, etc. as well.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I assume they will do it since Metamorpho is going to be in the new superman movie
        and Ramona Fradon just passed away too.

  31. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Will buy Batman, Catwoman, Green Arrow and possibly Events

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