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23rd Jan '16 10:05:46 AM nombretomado
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* Any Daredevil that isn't Frank Miller's or part of the 2000s Marvel Knights reboot. In particular, Ann Nocenti's run has only ever received two collections (One, out-of-print, Daredevil Visionaries collection of Typhoid Mary and one more recent collection of Lone Stranger) despite running far longer than either of Miller's runs and featuring artwork not only by fan favourites John Romita Jr and Lee Weeks, but art from SteveDitko, Mark Bagley, amongst others.
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* Any Daredevil that isn't Frank Miller's or part of the 2000s Marvel Knights reboot. In particular, Ann Nocenti's run has only ever received two collections (One, out-of-print, Daredevil Visionaries collection of Typhoid Mary and one more recent collection of Lone Stranger) despite running far longer than either of Miller's runs and featuring artwork not only by fan favourites John Romita Jr and Lee Weeks, but art from SteveDitko, Creator/SteveDitko, Mark Bagley, amongst others.
16th Jan '16 11:47:06 AM StFan
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* ''ThePerishers'' was only ever reprinted in paperback collections. Worse, the early volumes didn't reprint the strips in chronological order. Classic 60s strips are currently being reprinted in the ''Daily Mirror'', resized somewhat to fit, with new colour, and occasional textual revisions for topicality. One can only hope the original versions are being safely preserved somewhere.
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* ''ThePerishers'' ''ComicStrip/ThePerishers'' was only ever reprinted in paperback collections. Worse, the early volumes didn't reprint the strips in chronological order. Classic 60s strips are currently being reprinted in the ''Daily Mirror'', resized somewhat to fit, with new colour, and occasional textual revisions for topicality. One can only hope the original versions are being safely preserved somewhere.
6th Dec '15 5:37:59 PM nombretomado
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** A handfull of GoldenAge ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' stories can be found in the three SevenSoldiers of Victory archives, since he was a part of that team.
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** A handfull of GoldenAge ''ComicBook/GreenArrow'' stories can be found in the three SevenSoldiers ComicBook/SevenSoldiers of Victory archives, since he was a part of that team.
29th Nov '15 4:27:36 AM ButterKing4Ever
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** While on the Subject of Nintendo, many of the old NintendoPower Comics count as this too. The only one to get a modern re release was TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast which got a 2015 Collected Edition by Viz Media in 2015. SuperMarioAdventures and StarFox on the other hand are lot more easer to find using unofficial internet scans, Especially since the Super Mario Adventures Graphic Novel sells in the hundreds on the internet these days.
27th Nov '15 5:26:23 PM nombretomado
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** Update: Rick Arthur has told this troper that the only intellectual property he owns from TMNT Vol. 1 #44 is the character of Lucindra and nothing else. Also, veteran comics writer Creator/PaulJenkins never signed away the rights to his contributions to TMNT Vol. 1 #43, but doesn't really mind it being reprinted. ComicBook/MegatonMan DonSimpson still owns the rights to his TMNT parody short stories, "Teen Techno Turtle Trio Plus One!' from Shell Shock and "Alternative Turtles on the Moon" from the color Turtle Soup series (I assume that Mirage didn't buy out those stories since they're just parodies), same with Creator/FredHembeck's TMNT back-up strip from the third printing of TMNT Vol. 1 #2. Most other TMNT stories should face no legal problems from being reprinted, although IDW may go the extra mile in getting permission from and compensating the owners of guest characters such as ErikLarsen's SavageDragon and BobBurden's ''ComicBook/FlamingCarrot'' (since Dave Sim has no problem with anyone else using his character ComicBook/{{Cerebus}}, yet IDW still got Sim's permission and paid him in order to reprint the TMNT issue that guest stars Cerebus).
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** Update: Rick Arthur has told this troper that the only intellectual property he owns from TMNT Vol. 1 #44 is the character of Lucindra and nothing else. Also, veteran comics writer Creator/PaulJenkins never signed away the rights to his contributions to TMNT Vol. 1 #43, but doesn't really mind it being reprinted. ComicBook/MegatonMan DonSimpson still owns the rights to his TMNT parody short stories, "Teen Techno Turtle Trio Plus One!' from Shell Shock and "Alternative Turtles on the Moon" from the color Turtle Soup series (I assume that Mirage didn't buy out those stories since they're just parodies), same with Creator/FredHembeck's TMNT back-up strip from the third printing of TMNT Vol. 1 #2. Most other TMNT stories should face no legal problems from being reprinted, although IDW may go the extra mile in getting permission from and compensating the owners of guest characters such as ErikLarsen's SavageDragon ComicBook/SavageDragon and BobBurden's ''ComicBook/FlamingCarrot'' (since Dave Sim has no problem with anyone else using his character ComicBook/{{Cerebus}}, yet IDW still got Sim's permission and paid him in order to reprint the TMNT issue that guest stars Cerebus).
21st Oct '15 3:02:32 PM prking
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* In the late 80's children's book author Daniel Pinkwater and editorial cartoonist Tony Auth collaborated on a newspaper comic called ''Norb'', concerning the lighthearted adventures of a scientist, his dwarf woolly mammoth (who can destroy things by trumpeting his trunk and loves pizza) and an unkempt teenage girl. It ran for 52 weeks before getting canned due to low readership, and the one collected edition has been out of print since the early 90's and is ridiculously expensive online.
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* In the late 80's children's book author Daniel Pinkwater Creator/DanielPinkwater and editorial cartoonist Tony Auth collaborated on a newspaper comic called ''Norb'', concerning the lighthearted adventures of a scientist, his dwarf woolly mammoth (who can destroy things by trumpeting his trunk and loves pizza) and an unkempt teenage girl. It ran for 52 weeks before getting canned due to low readership, and the one collected edition has been out of print since the early 90's and is ridiculously expensive online.
21st Oct '15 2:57:37 PM prking
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* In the late 80's children's book author Daniel Pinkwater and editorial cartoonist Tony Auth collaborated on a newspaper comic called ''Norb'', concerning the lighthearted adventures of a scientist, his pet dwarf elephant (who can destroy things by trumpeting his trunk and loves pizza) and an unkempt teenage girl. It ran for 52 weeks before getting canned due to low readership, and the one collected edition has been out of print since the early 90's and is ridiculously expensive online.
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* In the late 80's children's book author Daniel Pinkwater and editorial cartoonist Tony Auth collaborated on a newspaper comic called ''Norb'', concerning the lighthearted adventures of a scientist, his pet dwarf elephant woolly mammoth (who can destroy things by trumpeting his trunk and loves pizza) and an unkempt teenage girl. It ran for 52 weeks before getting canned due to low readership, and the one collected edition has been out of print since the early 90's and is ridiculously expensive online.
21st Oct '15 2:54:52 PM prking
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* In the late 80's children's book author Daniel Pinkwater and editorial cartoonist Tony Auth collaborated on a newspaper comic called ''Norb'', concerning the lighthearted adventures of a scientist, his pet dwarf elephant (who can destroy things by trumpeting his trunk and loves pizza) and an unkempt teenage girl. It ran for 52 weeks before getting canned due to low readership, and the one collected edition has been out of print since the early 90's and is ridiculously expensive online.
10th Oct '15 11:39:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* Unlike its popular [[WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM American cousin]], ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' has yet to be collected into volumes. The series is extremely hard to find (as everytime you search for it the Archie's comics come up instead), though there are sites specifically made for buying issues of the comic. It's still hard to get certain issues though.
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* Unlike its popular [[WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog American cousin]], ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' has yet to be collected into volumes. The series is extremely hard to find (as everytime you search for it the Archie's comics come up instead), though there are sites specifically made for buying issues of the comic. It's still hard to get certain issues though. It's possible the lack of an archive is due to legal issues involving the several {{Canon Foreigner}}s.

* The British ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' has never been officially archived, unlike its American counterpart. This could be due to legal issues involving the {{Canon Foreigner}}s.
10th Oct '15 11:35:40 PM Pichu-kun
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* The British ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' has never been officially archived, unlike its American counterpart. This could be due to legal issues involving the {{Canon Foreigner}}s.
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