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That Wally Wood tpb must be great.
I've been meaning to get those Marvel Epic collections a try. How is the Iron Man book? Good edition? Good paper?
Cannon is an HC and it is really beautiful. Wood's art is incredible, and he obviously draws really attractive nekkid women. The story is so corny and ridiculous that it's fun. I really like this book.
The Epic collections have been really nice. The paper quality and reproduction is really good and they pack a lot of comics into a very readable and somewhat reasonably priced package. I love that the idea is ultimateyl to collect full runs of the comics in this fashion and I'm all in for that. But not all volumes are going to be the best comics out there. And most of the early Epics are not collecting the best of the best, since I think the plan with the Epic line is to start by filling in the "holes" in what has already been collected elsewhere.
This new Iron Man book apparently collects John Byrne's full run on the character as a writer, with a number of artists including JRJR. I didn't even know this run, which I think spanned some portion of the early 90s, even existed. And 90s comics, including the artistic "style" of the period, are not my favorites. But I haven't read it yet so I don't know if this is any good or not. I'm still reading the first Iron Man Epic Collection, which collects the comics around '82-'83. Again, maybe not the greatest comics but the 80s was the decade I grew up in and began reading comics so I've been really enjoying these stories.