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Would U Buy It #39: "DC Legends, Vol. 1-4"

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's four of mine:

Proposed Title:DC Legends, Vol. 1.
Vol. 1 Collecting 6 Issues:

Chapters:

  • 1) Batman #401
  • 2) Detective #568
  • 3) Green Lantern Corps (1986) #207
  • 4) Cosmic Boy (1986) #1
  • 5) JL of America (1960) #258
  • 6) Secret Origins (1986) #10
Vol 1 TPB Cover: Secret Origins (1986) #10

I was surprised at how well these issues seem to break up for TPB volumes. I think this would be my favorite of the four TPB's simply because it has two of my all-time favorite comics in it. With Batman #401, Magpie intrigued me, because she was a new addition to the Batman rogues, right after COIE. She intrigues me today, because she seems to be the last of the theme villains, right at the time that they were being phased out. As for Secret Origins #10, I still think the four possible origins of the Phantom Stranger were an awesome idea - some of the best characterization I've ever seen at DC. It keeps the mystery of the Phantom Stranger alive and well, and is an excellent place to end Volume 1.

For the cover, what's more legendary than the Phantom Stranger? Definitely Secret Origins #10.

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Proposed Title:DC Legends, Vol. 2.
Vol. 2 Collecting 5 Issues:

Chapters:

  • 7) Fury of Firestorm #55
  • 8) Cosmic Boy (1986) #2
  • 9) JL of America (1960) #259
  • 10) Fury of Firestorm #56
  • 11) Blue Beetle #9
Vol 2 TPB Cover: Blue Beetle #9

I like that both Fury of Firestorm chapters are in this volume (Brimstone was so cool at the time). I thought the Blue Beetle issue was a good place to end Volume 2, because it's a definite downturn in the story arc.

For the cover, I was torn between Fury of Firestorm #55, with Brimstone on the cover, or Blue Beetle #9. I decided on the Blue Beetle cover, because it says much more about the overall story in Legends.

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Proposed Title:DC Legends, Vol. 3.
Vol. 3 Collecting 5 Issues:

Chapters:

  • 12) Warlord (1976) #114
  • 13) Cosmic Boy (1986) #3
  • 14) JL of America (1960) #260
  • 15) Blue Beetle #10
  • 16) Warlord (1976) #115
Vol 3 TPB Cover: Warlord (1976) #114

I like Volume 3, because it works out nicely that it begins and ends with The Warlord.

For the cover, I went with Warlord #114. It's just the pose of a legend.

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Proposed Title:DC Legends, Vol. 4.
Vol. 4 Collecting 6 Issues:

Chapters:

  • 17) Superman (1987) #3
  • 18) Adventures of Superman (1987) #426
  • 19) Action #586
  • 20) Cosmic Boy (1986) #4
  • 21) JL of America (1960) #261
  • 22) Secret Origins (1986) #14
Vol 4 TPB Cover: Superman (1987) #3

Volume 4 shapes up just as nicely as Volume 1. The first half is the three Superman chapters, and it ends with the origins of the past and (then) present Suicide Squads.

For the cover, I went with Superman #3. What's more legendary than a god holding a hero in his clutches?

The Four TPB Collections As A Whole
Legends logo

Overall, each volume carries one chapter each of the Cosmic Boy mini-series, and of the four issue Justice League of America arc, "The End of the Justcie League." Cosmic Boy undergoes a pretty significant change in that mini-series, and I think it's cool that we only get one chapter of it per volume. Breaking up the JLA story makes that seem a little more epic too.

As this story is over twenty years old, it may not be marketable as four volumes. In that case, I'd combine Volumes 1&2 into one volume, and Volumes 3&4 into a volume. This would make them 11 issues each, which isn't too bad of a size. I made the title "DC Legends," instead of just "Legends," to differentiate it from the mini-series TPB.

I didn't include the Legends mini-series in these volumes, because Legends: The Collection collects Legends #1-6, and because the mini-series issues weren't numbered as part of the chapters.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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Would U Buy It #38: "Bloodlines, Vol. 1-3"

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's three of mine:

Proposed Title:Bloodlines, Vol. 1: Outbreak.
TPB Cover:Lobo Annual #1.
Collecting 9 Issues:Lobo Annual #1 (Layla); Man of Steel Annual #2 (Edge); Shadow of the Bat Annual #1 (Joe Public); Flash Annual #6 (Argus); New Titans Annual #9 (Anima); Superman Annual #5 (Myriad); Green Lantern Annual #2 (Nightblade); Batman Annual #17 (Ballistic); JLI Annual #4 (Lionheart).

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Proposed Title:Bloodlines, Vol. 2: Earthplague.
TPB Cover:Robin Annual #2.
Collecting 8 Issues:Robin Annual #2 (Razorsharp; Channel); Action Annual #5 (Loose Cannon); Green Arrow Annual #6 (Hook); Detective Annual #6 (Geist); JL America Annual #7 (Terrorsmith); Adventures of Superman Annual #5 (Sparx); Hawkman Annual #1 (Mongrel); LSH Annual #4 (Jamm) .

Covers (click to enlarge):

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Proposed Title:Bloodlines, Vol. 3: Deathstorm.
TPB Cover:Deathstroke Annual #2.
Collecting 8 Issues:Deathstroke Annual #2 (Gunfire); Eclipso Annual (1993) #1 (Prism); Demon Annual #2 (Hitman); LDK Annual #3 (Samaritan; Cardinal Sin); Team Titans Annual #1 (Chimera); LEGION Annual #4 (Pax); Bloodbath (1993) #1, 2.

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When Bloodlines was coming out in 1993, it was the neverending annual event - one cruddy new character after another. An obvious exception to that statement is Garth Ennis' Hitman, which enjoyed an awesome sixty issue run after the misfortune of being introduced in this storyline. I think there were other characters that had potential, but they either didn't meet it, or were ignored when this event was done.

Marvel's Bantam - costume by Wu Tang Clan

The thing is, now that all the issues are out, and you can find them in most quarter bins, they're fun to read one after the other. As an aspiring writer, I believe in having a few examples of bad writing on hand, and for me, Bloodlines would be one of those. Trades would just be handier than having twenty-five issues laying around. Also I do think that this is an important historical marker for comics. Bloodlines stands out (along with Marvel's 1993 annuals) as a testament to how the formation of Image in 1992 changed the comics industry. The Big Two asked their creators to come up with new characters for each 1993 annual, and Bloodlines was the steaming pile of lackluster ideas that DC's creators meekly handed over - obviously holding their better ideas for the prospect of creator ownership. (For the worst of Marvel's offerings that year, see Bantam - yeah, named after a chicken). Well, after giving this storyline such a bad report, I hesitate to do this, but this is called "Would U Buy It," so I have to ask...

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's one of mine:

Proposed Title:U.S. 1..
Alternate Titles:1) The Adventures of Ulysses Archer; 2) ...Ulysses Solomon Archer.
TPB Cover:U.S. 1 #1
Collecting 12 Issues:U.S. 1 #1-12.
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In May, 1983, U.S. 1 was just hitting the highway, even as Team America was pulling in from its last ride (see WUBI #70). I've never quite understood why Marvel felt the need to do this series, but I finally picked up four of the issues from the dollar bin, just yesterday. On what would later be the letters page, the first issue offered clues, seen in this excerpt from writer Al Milgrom:

It started back in June of 1982. Jim Shooter called me into his office, he said he had a project he wanted to discuss...

Jim explained that the people at TYCO had seen some of Marvel's work, the comics we produced, the characters we designed. They liked what they saw. They wanted Marvel to do a treatment of their U.S. 1 electric trucking set. "Trucks?" I said, rather incredulously. "Trucks!" replied Jim emphatically. Jim asked if I felt we could do anything with trucks. Frankly, I wasn't sure. Nobody had ever done anything with trucks in comics before. ...I voiced this concern to Jim... "Exactly!" he exploded. "Nobody has done it before! Maybe nobody thinks it can be done! There may even be a lot of resistance to the idea. But we can do it, and do it well!"

Aha! It was a licensing deal- all about the money! Now it was all clear, and it's not something Marvel was a stranger to, by any means. They had been licensing Star Wars since 1977, and Micronauts since 1979. Both would outlive U.S. 1 into mid-1986, although Micronauts ended the same time U.S. 1 #11 was coming out, and restarted as Micronauts: The New Voyages, the same time U.S. 1 #12 was released (something called The Transformers started the month between those two issues). Also, the eleven issue series The Saga of Crystar, Crystal Warrior started the same month U.S. 1 did, and Starriors started the month after the trucking title finished. And lest we forget, they had been handling G.I. Joe since June of 1982- the same month Jim Shooter started talking to Al Milgrom about developing U.S. 1 for comics. So yeah, Marvel knew how to jump on a licensing deal.

U.S. 1 is kind of unique from the rest of those titles though. They were all action figure lines, some of them stemming from movies or cartoons, so the comic characters were readily recognizable to readers. This was the U.S. 1 trucking set though (it's 8:44 long, but go ahead and watch. This was what we did before home video games)...

...Funny thing is: when I started writing this blog, I didn't actually realize that this was the set they were talking about. I had one of these as a kid! I had the dump truck, the crane pipe loader, the pipe drop off, the gravel truck, the gravel loader, and the gravel pit. Hm...makes me wonder what happened to it- think I gave it to my brother. Anyway...

How the heck do you write comics from that?! Ahh, that's the cool part- all Marvel had to do was use the name "U.S. 1" and make it about trucks, and the rest was up to them. Tabula rosa is a beautiful thing- in the days before widespread creator ownership, a blank slate is the thing a creator wanted most. It's the same reason fan-fic writers like to write the underused characters- the less history there is for a character, the more you can do with them. A blank slate though? You could let your imagination go wild, and Al Milgrom and Herb Trimpe did just that. So enter Ulysses Solomon Archer and his rig, the U.S. 1. Any good hero needs an arch nemesis, and U.S. Archer had The Highwayman. There was also a Catwoman-esque villainess named Midnight, and a great supporting cast in Poppa Wheelie, Wide Load Annie, Taryn O'Connell, and Retread (whom you would notice is gay, if you were paying attention). I've read the four issues I have- a third of the title- and I have to say: I think Marvel did a fantastic job.

Why give it a trade paperback though? Keeping in mind that Marvel owns the characters (not TYCO- they just licensed the name "U.S. 1" to Marvel, to garner name recognition through the comic title) I think Ulysses Archer is begging for a comeback, and there seems to be more than one creator that would like to give it to him. Archer has appeared in issues of Sensational She-Hulk, New Avengers, and even Deadpool Team-Up. Some of those appearances lean towards a comedic bent, but if the right teams says, "I can make this work," Marvel may contract this trucker for another haul. I think it would be good to have his driving record accessible if that were to happen. I suggested the alternate titles though, because Marvel may not have the right to use the U.S. 1 title anymore.

For the cover, I'd go with the first issue. It's everything a good cover should be. It shows the hero, a hint at his origin, what makes him special, and his nemesis. Perfect for the TPB cover. And though I don't often think of the back cover, I have thoughts on this one. I think the #7 cover of Midnight on U.S. 1's bumper is beautiful, and it never hurts to have a good lookin' babe on the cover. Truthfully though, the last issue's cover is the perfect parting shot, and would be great for the back of the book.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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Would U Buy It #37: "Superman Family: Year One"

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's one of mine:

Proposed Title:Superman Family: Year One.
Collecting 8 Issues:Superman Annual #7; Action Annual #7; Adventures of Superman Annual #7; Man of Steel Annual #4; Superboy Annual #2; Steel Annual #2; Doomsday Annual #1; Shadowdragon Annual #1.
Cover: (click to enlarge)
TPB Cover: Adventures of Superman Annual #7 or original cover

Year One was the theme of the 1995 DC annuals. I threw in the Shadowdragon Annual, because Shadowdragon first appeared in Action Comics #707. As with Batman Family: Year One, I'd name this one Superman Family: Year One, in interest of keeping the Superman Family title current for DC.

For the cover, I don't honestly like any of these for a collected TPB, so maybe an original cover would be best. If I have to pick one though, I'd go with Adventures of Superman Annual #7.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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Would U Buy It #36: "Pulp Heroes" TPB's

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's one of mine:

Proposed Title:Suspense Detective: Pulp Heroes.
Alternate Title:Suspense Detective.
TPB Cover:Aquaman Annual #3.
Collecting 5 Issues:Batman Annual #21; Azrael Annual #3; Man of Steel Annual #6; JLA Annual #1; Aquaman Annual #3.

Covers (click to enlarge):

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Proposed Title:Young Romance: Pulp Heroes.
Alternate Title:Young Romance.
TPB Cover:Supergirl Annual #2.
Collecting 5 Issues:Shadow of the Bat Annual #5; Nightwing Annual #1; Supergirl Annual #2; Starman Annual #2; Flash Annual #10.

Covers (click to enlarge):

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Proposed Title:Weird Western Tales: Pulp Heroes.
Alternate Title:Weird Western Tales.
TPB Cover:Robin Annual #6.
Collecting 4 Issues:Hitman Annual (1997) #1; Robin Annual #6; Adventures of Superman Annual #9; Impulse Annual #2.

Covers (click to enlarge):

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Proposed Title:My Greatest Adventure: Pulp Heroes.
Alternate Title:My Greatest Adventure.
TPB Cover:Superboy Annual #4.
Collecting 5 Issues:Detective Annual #10; Batman: LDK Annual #7; Superboy Annual #4; Superman Annual #9; Green Lantern Annual #6.

Covers (click to enlarge):

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Proposed Title:Tales of the Unexpected: Pulp Heroes.
Alternate Title:Tales of the Unexpected.
TPB Cover:Action Comics Annual #9.
Collecting ? Issues:Action Comics Annual #9; Wonder Woman Annual #6; Teen Titans Annual (1997) #1; Catwoman Annual #4.

Covers (click to enlarge):

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Pulp Heroes was the theme of the 1997 DC annuals. The reason I've made "Pulp Heroes" the secondary title to each of these collections is because the primary titles are all old DC titles whose copyrights need to be kept up. So these collections would keep Suspense Detective, Young Romance, Weird Western Tales, My Greatest Adventure and Tales of the Unexpected current for DC.

Alternate title suggestions are the same titles, without "Pulp Heroes" as the subtitle. The only reason for this would be to cement the title renewals for DC, but personally, I like 'em better with the subtitle.

Another way to go is to combine these issues into two TPB's (either 11 & 12 issues, for as close to an even split as possible, or 10 & 13 issues, to keep the groupings together), simply titled Pulp Heroes, Volume 1, and Pulp Heroes, Volume 2. I think that's a more meh idea, and it doesn't do anything for keeping title copyrights current, but it's been long enough since these annuals came out, that it might be the more practical idea, as far as publishing.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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Would U Buy It #35: "Batman Family: Legends of the Dead Earth"

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's one of mine:

Proposed Title:Batman Family: Legends of the Dead Earth.
Collecting 7 Issues:Batman Annual #20; Detective Annual #9; Batman: LDK Annual #6; B: Shadow of the Bat Annual #4; Robin Annual #5; Catwoman Annual #3; Azrael Annual #2.
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TPB Cover: Batman: LDK Annual #6

Legends of the Dead Earth was the theme of the 1996 DC Annuals. As far as I can tell, these annuals were basically a unified Elseworlds theme, but they didn't carry the Elseworlds logo (probably because DC did Elseworlds annuals in 1994, and didn't want to appear to be repeating themselves). A collection should probably have the Elseworlds logo on it though, because these stories are clearly not in DCU continuity.

For the cover, I'd go with LDK Annual #6, because the Bat-chick with the huge axe stands out every time I look at this grouping. However, I could see where DC might go with something more recognizable as Batman, so maybe Detective Annual #9, or Shadow of the Bat Annual #4.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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Would U Buy It #34: "Megaton"

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's one of mine:

Proposed Title:Megaton.
Alternate Title:Megaton Comics or Megaton Explosion.
Collecting 10 Issues:Megaton (1983) # 1-8; Megaton Comics: Explosion (1987) # 1 ; Megaton Holiday Special (1993) # 1.
Covers: (click to enlarge)
TPB Cover: Megaton #2

Megaton was an anthology by Erik Larsen, Gary Carlson and others. Personally, I'd like to see this TPB, just because it has earlier versions of current characters like Savage Dragon, Vanguard, Berzerker, Ethrian, Ultragirl, and more. I've sought these issues pretty much since Image's Savage Dragon started, and have only been able to find half of them. The TPB would be a fun read.

The cover on this one is a tough call. Any of the first four issues of Megaton are good candidates, and Megaton Comics: Explosion #1 shows more of the characters involved in the anthology. Megaton #3 or Megaton Holiday Special #1 might bring more reader recognition, with Savage Dragon and Vanguard on the former, and Vanguard with Megaton on the other. However, an update of the Megaton #3 cover was used on a Wizard Ace Edition cover. I'd be really tempted to go with that cover anyway, and that might be the cover it winds up with (or it's updated version), since Erik Larsen would likely be the one to reprint it, if this TPB ever saw the light of day. Aside from that, Megaton #1 is a solid image, and going with the first issue cover is always a no nonsense way to go. Megaton #4 gives more of an idea of what the story of Megaton is, but for my personal taste, I'd go with the cover of Megaton #2.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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Would U Buy It #33: "What If? Spider-Man, Vol. 1-3"

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We all have trade paperback (TPB) collections we'd like to see. Here's three of mine:

Proposed Title:What If? Spider-Man, Vol. 1, ...Vol. 2 & ...Vol. 3.
Alternate Title:Spider-Man: What If?, Vol. 1, ...Vol. 2 & ...Vol. 3.
Vol. 1 Collecting 10 Issues:What If (1977) #1, 7, 19, 24, 30, 46; What If (1989) #4, 17, 20, 21.
Vol. 2 Collecting 10 Issues:What If (1989) #31, 35, 42, 53, 58, 61, 72, 76, 82, 86.
Vol. 3 Collecting 10 Issues:
Volume 1 Covers: (click to enlarge)
Volume 2 Covers: (click to enlarge)
Volume 3Covers: (click to enlarge)
Vol 1 TPB Cover: What If (1977) #30
Vol 2 TPB Cover: What If (1989) #42
Vol 3 TPB Cover: What If (1989) #99

Marvel has devoted just as many What If? stories to your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man as they have to the X-Men. Although Spidey's lagging way behind the merry mutants when you add in the Phoenix & Wolverine issues of What If? (see What If? X-Men, Vol. 1-3, What If? Phoenix and What If? Wolverine, Vol. 1-2, for a better idea of what I'm talking about). These three volumes would be great, because they span all the way from the first issue of the 1977 What If? series, to the fairly recent Spider-Man: House of M storyline.

For the covers, I wanted to go with something that showed the familiar Spidey costume, as much as possible. So for Volume 1, I'd go with What If (1977) #30, although the Showman Spidey on #19 is really tempting (if not for the guy in the purple plaid jacket). For Volume 2, the six-armed Spidey on What If (1989) #42. For Volume 3, I'd go with the red haired Spidey with Black Cat, on What If (1989) #99.

Update:

11/8/12: I added in two 2011 What If? one-shots: What If? Spider-Man (!!!) and Venom/ Deadpool: What If?. This let me move What If? (1989) #86 to Volume 2, and make each volume 10 issues long, instead of 10, 9 & 9. The Venom/ Deadpool issue is a collected one-shot of the four-part back-up from these issues: What If? Iron Man: Demon In An Armor, What If? Wolverine: Father, What If? Spider-Man and What If? Dark Reign.

Would you buy it? Let me know in the comments, and thanks for reading.

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