Fraser Sherman
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Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Interesting. I'll have to look for that and see for myself. Personally I'm quite happy having Batman (for example) in some archives, some Chronicles and now the Omnibus. There's some overlap, but not enough I have to look to get rid…"
Apr 10
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"DP is the only Silver Age series I own the whole run of in single issues, albeit bought after the fact."
Apr 9
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
Apr 6
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Would your local library like them? Mine has a great graphic-novel collection."
Apr 6
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"I remember when Neal Adams took over the Spectre from Murphy Anderson I was horrified by this sudden switch to weird awful art from Anderson's clean lines (which I still enjoy a lot. Rereading the Adams issues a couple of years back, I was…"
Apr 6
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"You aren't missing much Captain. Like you, I think Mera is where the good stuff starts."
Apr 2
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 205 Captain America, G-Man!
" I don't know that it was Jack's call. According to Mark Evanier, Kirby never liked Stan's take on Cap as a vet who coudln't quite adjust to peacetime. Sharon was easily the most capable of Stan's superhero love…"
Apr 2
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"I didn't actually read Aquaman much as a kid, but I picked up a number of back issues over the years, and then collected the Showcase editions."
Apr 2
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
" Clarification Captain: when I say early I mean "pre-Mera." Things really pick up when she comes along, and then when Bob Haney starts writing the book soon after."
Apr 2
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"You're right about the backups being weaker, but a lot of Aquaman's early solo issues weren't much better. The book improved over time. The selection of subjects for archives/showcases/essentials sometimes leaves me scratching my…"
Apr 1
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Silver Age Aquaman is much underrated. Some good writing by Bob Haney, and Nicholas Cardy's awesome art. Though Ramona Fradon's work on the character is good too."
Mar 26
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Price was a huge plus with the Chronicles vs. Archives too."
Mar 22
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Bookfinder includes Amazon so it's easy to see the lowest bidder. Or to discover the cheapest copy is $200 or the like, at which point I usually throw in the towel."
Mar 22
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Bookfinder.com is a great source for finding used copies of just about anything in print. I get a lot of the pricier TPBs and hardbacks I buy off there. They search multiple used book sites and present a list of results."
Mar 22
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"It was me! The only type I have trouble with (so far at least) is when they shrink down things like Savage Sword of Conan from magazine size to comic-book size for a TPB. Somehow it makes my eyes hurt."
Mar 20
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion DC's Omnibus line - Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Like the good captain, I'm delighted to move beyond the Chronicles (I have little of the Golden Age Archives). I must admit, though, this format is physically hefty--I just got Batman Ominibus III as a gift I'd have been happier with more…"
Mar 20

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