Trends International has decided to produce another Marvel calendar featuring classic comic art from the Silver and Bronze Age, targeting older fans who grew up in the era (who are probably the same people who still hang physical calendars on their walls).
For those who missed out on the fun the first time around, or are looking for a light-hearted trip down memory lane, the She-Hulk: Breaking the Fourth Wall Epic Collection is sure to satisfy.
The brand new Captain Britain Omnibus collects a number of rare Marvel UK issues, as well as the renowned Alan Moore and Alan Davis stories (although, as usual, you won’t find Moore’s name anywhere inside the omnibus).
The latest X-Men Epic Collection returns readers to the halcyon days before the Great Comics Crash with the 1991 debut of the time-hopping mutant Bishop in Bishop’s Crossing.
The second half of John Byrne’s Avengers West Coast run is collected in the Darker than Scarlet Epic Collection, focused primarily on Wanda Maximoff’s first nervous breakdown.
The latest Captain America Epic Collection bookends two popular early 80s runs on the title, starting with Roger Stern and John Byrne and ending with J.M. DeMatteis and Mike Zeck.