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Eugene Selassie
07-17-2009, 06:33 PM
This is nice. I'm a HUGE fan of the book and characters...

BUT...

Wouldn't it have made more sense to release this two years ago. To get fans of the classic series excited and maybe entice them to buy the recent series along with Avengers: The Initiative.

And to give fans of those new books some backstory on Dwayne, Vance, Angelica, Rich, Nita, Elvin, Robbie, etc...

To me it would've made more sense business wise.

ronin7
07-19-2009, 04:43 PM
Where was this announced? I can't find any info on Marvel.Com, or Newsrama.

HaphazardJoy
07-19-2009, 11:51 PM
The blasphemer doubts The Selassie! Prepare the Reeducation Engine!

I haven't seen anything about a deluxe edition myself, but they def released a vol 1 Classics edition.

Eugene Selassie
07-20-2009, 10:54 AM
The blasphemer doubts The Selassie! Prepare the Reeducation Engine!

I haven't seen anything about a deluxe edition myself, but they def released a vol 1 Classics edition.

I'm sorry, I meant classics edition.

I'm excited. I HATE when people say all comics from the 90s were bad.

Stuff like this was gold.

HaphazardJoy
07-20-2009, 03:07 PM
I don't love it now, but I definitely loved it at the time. Some Marvel Presents annuals split between Spidey and New Warriors are among my prized possessions from childhood.

Eugene Selassie
07-20-2009, 03:47 PM
[QUOTE=HaphazardJoy]The blasphemer doubts The Selassie! Prepare the Reeducation Engine!
QUOTE]

Wow...you make me sound like Darkseid.

Please continue.
:thumbs:

ronin7
07-20-2009, 06:18 PM
Not all of the 90's comics were bad. I loved some of the Amazing Spider-Man stories from the 90's. I also enjoyed the 90's runs on X-Men, and Uncanny X-Men by Alan Davis, Scott Lobdell, and Fabian Nicieza. Even if I didn't agree with some of the turns the characters took.

Eugene Selassie
07-21-2009, 11:34 AM
Not all of the 90's comics were bad. I loved some of the Amazing Spider-Man stories from the 90's. I also enjoyed the 90's runs on X-Men, and Uncanny X-Men by Alan Davis, Scott Lobdell, and Fabian Nicieza. Even if I didn't agree with some of the turns the characters took.

The original Thunderbolts was great during that time.

So was...

Waid/Garney Captain America

Morrison/Millar Aztek

Resurrection Man

Azrael

Robinson/Casey Cable

Busiek/Perez Avengers

Busiek/Chen Iron Man

Jurgens/Romita Jr Thor

Robinson's Starman

Ordway's Shazam

Peter David's Aquaman and his Hulk run

Waid's Flash

Ostrander's Heroes for Hire

Waid/Kubert Ka-Zar

Jeph Loeb (Yes, I said it) and McKone (Later McGuinness) Superman run.

Alpha Flight vol 2 (THE BEST VOLUME OF THIS BOOK IMHO)

Alan Moore's WildCATS run.

Young Heroes in Love

not to mention stuff like

Leave it to Chance

Love and Rockets

Hellblazer

Preacher