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  • March 2015 Dark Horse solicits!

    And here they are!

    http://www.comicbookresources.com/?p...ticle&id=57719

  • #2
    I'm interested in the Tarzan stuff in DH Presents but will wait till it's collected by itself. I'm not really interested in it as an anthology.

    To get when they come out:

    Conan the Avenger #12
    Conan/Red Sonja #3 (of 4)

    To get when I can afford them:

    Eerie Archives Volume 19 HC
    Frankenstein: The Mad Science of Dick Briefer HC

    And, well, that's it.

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    • #3
      Aliens: Fire and Stone TP
      Captain Midnight #21
      Captain Midnight Volume 5: Lost Time TP
      Dark Horse Presents #8
      Grendel vs. The Shadow HC
      Mister X: Razed #2 (of 4)

      Trade waiting:
      Frankenstein Underground #1 (of 5)
      Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1952 #4 (of 5)

      I'd probably have gotten the Dick Briefer Frankenstein book, if PS ArtBooks hadn't already reprinted issues #1-5 a couple of years ago and IDW and Craig Yoe's YoeBooks hadn't already anthologized some of those same stories:
      http://www.pspublishing.co.uk/roy-th...fer-1873-p.asp
      http://www.amazon.com/Briefers-Frank...8361849&sr=1-1

      PS Artbooks is calling theirs "Volume 3" (in anticipation of someday completing their search for all the Golden Age Dick Briefer Frankenstein stories from PRIZE COMICS). The stories from Prize Comics were the "horror" version of Frankenstein, but the early self-titled series (issues #1-17) from the same publisher was the "funny" Frankenstein... and later still, during the horror comics boom of the early '50s, the series converted back to serious horror stories again, beginning in 1952 (issues #18-33). Those are my favorite Briefer Frankenstein stories of all, which compare well to the best 1950s horror comics, with the added distinction of being the only one to feature a continuing character. The complete run of the later horrific Briefer Frankenstein stories was reprinted (unfortunately, only in black and white) here:
      http://www.amazon.com/Monster-Franke...n+dick+briefer
      These latter stories are an interesting precursor to Marvel's 1970s title THE MONSTER OF FRANKENSTEIN, a particular favorite of mine.
      Last edited by pulphero; 12-12-2014, 01:16 AM.

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      • #4
        I'll be grabbing:

        Conan/Red Sonja #3 Zub/Simone are awesome.
        Dark Horse Presents #8.
        Frankenstein Underground #1
        Grindhouse, Drive In Bleed Out #5 (Alex De Campi!)
        Rat God #2 (Holy Cow its Richard Corben!)

        Was thinking about that Frankenstein Briefer book but I'm not sure I'm into a Frankenstein funny book, I'm more of a horror person.

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        • #5
          Probably:
          * Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #13
          * Conan/Red Sonja #3 (of 4)
          * Mister X: Razed #2 (of 4)

          and maybe
          * Captain Midnight #21

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ChastMastr View Post
            I'm interested in the Tarzan stuff in DH Presents but will wait till it's collected by itself. I'm not really interested in it as an anthology.

            To get when they come out:

            Conan the Avenger #12
            Conan/Red Sonja #3 (of 4)

            To get when I can afford them:

            Eerie Archives Volume 19 HC
            Frankenstein: The Mad Science of Dick Briefer HC

            And, well, that's it.
            I'm in the same boat, glad for new Tarzan stories, but don't care for the other stories, guess I would have to wait too.

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            • #7
              No Ghost issue?

              Hope it isn't canned after such a short run. Just after it began to pick up and develop after the departure of DeConnick.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by The Namer View Post
                No Ghost issue?

                Hope it isn't canned after such a short run. Just after it began to pick up and develop after the departure of DeConnick.
                Did you buy (and read) Ghost #11 yet?

                I've been told in the letter column they announced issue #12 is the final issue.

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