Thursday, 9 January 2020

MIGHTY MARVEL COLLECTORS' EDITIONS CHECKLIST - ON SALE NOW!


DEADPOOL UNLEASHED #9

Copyright MARVEL COMICS.  Published by PANINI

76 pages of Marvel’s hottest hero!  Three great stories!

‘Secret Agent Deadpool’ comes to a stylish conclusion as Wade joins forces with Jace Burns!  By Christopher Hastings & Salva Espin!

Deadpool teams up with Australia's greatest superheroes to take on an army of Trolls!  By Skottie Young & Nic Klein!

Deadpool meets... Headpool!  By Victor Gischler & Carlo Barberi!

Featuring material first printed in Secret Agent Deadpool #5, Deadpool #13 and Prelude to Deadpool Corps #4!

On sale Now!

£4.99.

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ESSENTIAL X-MEN #23


76 pages of mutant mayhem!  Two awesome tales!

Storm and the X-Men battle an army of the dead that includes Storm’s long-deceased parents!  By Marc Guggenheim & Michelle Bandini!

The original X-Men prepare to return to their own time at last!  By Cullen Bunn & Marcus To!

Featuring material first printed in X-Men: Gold #35-36 & X-Men: Blue #35-36!

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£4.99.

6 comments:

McSCOTTY said...

I picked up the Avengers Masters of Evil, True Believers edition yesterday, a better purchase than these for us old gits - also picked up 3 graphic novels for £10 in the sales (A1 in Glasgow).

Kid said...

I'm still waiting for my copy to arrive, McS, but considering I have various reprints of it already which I can read whenever I like, waiting is no great hardship. What were the three graphic novels, if you don't mind me being nosey?

McSCOTTY said...

The novels are newer ones, Bizarro (by Corson and Duarte-the cartoony version),Uncanny Avengers by Remender and Acuna and a Superboy best of 60s 70s stories. They don't have lots but some good buys for £3.99 each or 3 for £10. Have you been in the new Forbidden Planet in Glasgow yet?

Kid said...

I quite fancy that Superboy one, McS, might track it down one day. Haven't even been in the old FP for a couple of years or so, as I don't get into Glasgow as often since having to look after an elderly relative with Alzheimer's, and even then, I only get in briefly when a friend runs me in. No plans to visit the new one, except to drop something off for the owner, but I don't know when that will happen. I get mostly everything comics and toy related from ebay nowadays, which means I don't even have to leave the house. Much prefer it actually.

McSCOTTY said...

The old FP closes in a few weeks it is only currently selling 100s of grahic novels off at half price, but they're all over the place. The new FP is massive very trendy so I'm not a big fan but kid will love it. Back issue section isn't great and costs are to my eye pretty high but some great back issues if you have £100 £150 to spend. Sorry to hear about you family member must be hard work.

Kid said...

The old shop's been there since around 1988, I think - wonder what'll take its place? When it comes to back issues, although there are some ridiculous prices on ebay, if you're patient you can get some real bargains from time to time.

Yes, it can be very hard work, McS, but others have it worse, so no point complaining.

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