October Price List

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Here’s October 2010’s price list for future reference. Take a look at the updated price list when you’ve got a mo, and tell me what you think!

Omnibus Amazon.co.uk Forbiddenplanet.co.uk Forbiddenplanet.com
Fantastic Four V1 71.25                       — 46.80
Alias             —                       —                       —
Uncanny X-Men V1             —                       —                       —
The Eternals             —                       —                       —
New X-Men             —                       —                       —
Miller’s Daredevil V1             —                       —                       —
Amazing Spider-man  V1 53.67                       —                       —
Silver Surfer             —                       —                       —
Fantastic Four V2             —                       —                       —
Devil Dinosaur             —                       —                       —
Amazing Fantasy 41.99 41.99 32.99
Brubaker’s Captain America V1              —             —                       —                       —
Miller’s Daredevil Companion             —                       —                       —
Invincible Iron Man V1             — 48.75                       —
Incredible Hulk V1             — 50.25 41.23
Howard the Duck             —                       — 43.55
Bendis’ Daredevil V1             —                       —                       —
Elektra             — 33.49 34.49
Tomb of Dracula V1             —                       — 44.85
The Punisher             —                       —                       —
Secret Wars 56.49 50.25 42.90
Wolverine 63.75 50.25 48.46
The X-Men V1 56.49 50.25 51.75
Secret Wars 2 56.49 50.25 51.75
Brubaker’s Daredevil V1             —                       — 37.51
Immortal Iron Fist 47.59 37.51 37.51
The Ultimates             —                       —                       —
Captain Britain             — 50.25 49.99
Astonishing X-Men 47.59 37.51 44.16
Golden Age of Marvel 63.39 63.65                       —
The Death of Captain America 30.40 33.59 33.59
Tomb of Dracula V2 52.59 50.25 51.75
Bendis’ Daredevil V2 42.71 50.25 51.75
Invincible Iron Man V2 63.75 50.25 51.74
Brubaker’s Daredevil V2 41.99 37.51 38.63
Tomb of Dracula V3 52.50 50.25 51.74
Straczynski’s Thor             — 32.82 33.80
Ghost Rider 26.59 25.45 26.21
Squadron Supreme 39.19 37.51 38.63
On Pre-Order:
Women of Marvel 66.5 63.65 64.85
Acts of Vengeance             — 50.25 51.74
The Mighty Thor 56.25 50.25 51.74
Captain America Lives! 34.99 32.82 33.8
Atlantis Attacks 47.59 37.51 38.63
Kirby’s Captain America 41.99 37.51 38.63
Simonson’s Thor 71.25 63.65 64.85
X-Men V2 63.75 50.25                       —
X-Men: Fall of the Mutants 56.25 50.25                       —

UPDATED: 25th October 2010. All prices are in British Pound (£), unless otherwise stated.

NOTES:

Bold:     Best deal.

–:           Omnibus not available/ OOP (out-of-print)

V:            Volume.

Fp:          Forbidden Planet ie. fp.co.uk =  forbiddenplanet.co.uk.

Italics:   Item not in stock at fp.com, but available to order. There is no guarantee that you will get the omnibus, so it will not be considered the best deal, even if the price is the lowest, unless amazon.co.uk and fp.co.uk do not have stocks available either.

Underlined:        Variant edition only. Generally, variants copies have a more limited printing, so are rarer to find.

Things to remember:

Look at regular blog for deals at other stores, like whsmith.co.uk, and waterstones.com. All prices are correct at time of update. Prices do not include postage and packaging.

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Marvel Omnibus releases 2011 (July- November)

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The solicitations for the next five months have been released, and there’s a few nice surprises in there! Here’s your month-by-month guide:

July 2011

Acts of Vengeance: Crossovers.               

Collects: Fantastic Four (1961) #334-336; Wolverine (1988) #19-20; Dr. Strange, Sorceror Supreme (1988) #11-13; Incredible Hulk (1968) #363; Punisher (1987) #28-29; Punisher War Journal (1988) #12-13; Marc Spector: Moon Knight (1989) #8-10; Daredevil (1964) #275-276; Power Pack (1984) #53; Alpha Flight (1983) #79-80; New Mutants (1983) #84-86; Uncanny X-Men #256-258; X-Factor (1986) #49-50; Damage Control (1989) #1-4; and Web Of Spider-Man #64-65.

August 2011

Amazing Spider-man By Michelinie and McFarlane.      

Collects: Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #296-329 and material from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #10.

September 2011

The range is set to step up a gear this September, with TWO omnibuses released per month. Obviously, this could change, probably depending on how successful these three months prove; are you looking forward to this? Or is it gonna be bad for the wallet? Let me know your thoughts!

Dark Tower: Slipcase Edition.  

Art by David Finch.

  

Collects: Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born #1-7, The Long Road Home #1-5, Treachery #1-6, Sorcerer #1, The Fall Of Gilead #1-6 and The Battle Of Jericho Hill #1-5.

Okay, so what exactly is this? Well, short answer: I don’t really know. Longer answer: There are slipcase editions for trade paperbacks, so why not with the Omnibus range? I’ve heard on the grapevine (well, okay, Amazon.co.uk) that the
pack will consist of a 296-page omnibus, and a 600-page companion. Perfects for any ka-tets out there!

Evolutionary War.          

Collects: Material from X-Factor Annual #3, Punisher Annual #1, Silver Surfer Annual #1, New Mutants Annual #4, Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #22, Fantastic Four Annual #21, Uncanny X-Men Annual (1970) #12, Web Of Spider-Man Annual #4, West Coast Avengers Annual #3, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #8 and Avengers Annual #17.

October 2011

X-Men By Claremont and Lee Volume 1.             

Collects: Uncanny X-Men #244-269, X-Men Annual (1970) #13 and Classic X-Men #39.

Wolverine By Jason Aaron.        

Art by Ron Garney.

Collects: Wolverine (2003) #56 and #62-65; Wolverine: Manifest Destiny #1-4; Wolverine: Weapon X #1-16; Dark Reign: The List Wolverine; and material from Wolverine (2003) #73-74, Dark X-Men: The Beginning #3 and Wolverine (1988) #175.

November 2011

X-Statix.              

Art by Mike Allred.

Collects: X-Force (1991) #116-129, Brotherhood #9, X-Statix #1-26, Wolverine/Doop #1-2, X-Statix Presents Dead Girl #1-5 and material from X-Men Unlimited (1993) #41, I [Heart] Marvel: My Mutant Heart and Nation X #4.

Fantastic Four By John Byrne.   

Collects: Marvel Team-Up (1972) #61-62, Marvel Two-In-One #50, Fantastic Four (1961) #215-218, #220-221, #232-262 and Annual #17, Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #42, Avengers (1963) #233, Thing (1983) #2, and Alpha Flight (1983) #4.

I’m sure most of these will be very well received, especially November’s two releases.

No word on December yet, but there are rumblings (again, thanks to Amazon.co.uk) about two early releases in 2012; in January, a follow-up to October’s Claremont/Lee X-Men omnibus, and – in February, apparently – an Avengers HC, to whet appetites for the upcoming movie! Jack Kirby is listed as an author for the latter omnibus, so it’s likely the book will feature the early tales of Iron Man, Wasp, Ant Man, Hulk (et al.), as Kirby illustrated issues #01- 08. Kirby also provided the layouts for #14- 17, with pencils by Don Heck. Really looking forward to this one!

Let me know your thoughts by posting comments below. Which of these can’t you wait to get your hands on? Which of them is a bad move on Marvel’s behalf? And what omnibuses would you like to see in the pipeline?

Stay tuned for a brand-new price list, coming to a website near you…!

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