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    Reviews - Superman: Our Worlds at War - TPB

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Should be called the INcomplete edition - nikandomar
I think it is pretty ballsy of DC to release a trade titled "The Complete Edition" while leaving out seventeen tie-in issues (not counting the Superman/Batman issues that came out years after the fact). I know that it can be argued that many of the issues that were left out were perhaps not entirely integral to the story. That doesn't change the fact that, if a trade is going to be called "The Complete Edition," it should be complete.

DC has a pretty bad habit of releasing incomplete trades and just calling it a day. Not to mention their habit of only releasing bits of pieces of a series, opting instead to only collect what they feel is important, even if it means skipping six years of a series, or even skipping single issues in run. I really wish they'd fix this terrible habit. They've made a positive step with the Batman: Knightfall new edition trades.




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