Pre-Order Deal: DC’s 52 Omnibus HC
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The Deal of the Day over at Things From Another World today is a pre-order offer on DC’s 52 Omnibus 1216-page hardcover for $105.00 (that’s 30% off of the regular price of $150).

Note – The pre-order sale at TFAW is valid only for today, Thursday, July 5, 2012, til 11:59PM PST while supplies last (and there’s a limited supply, so it will sell out, so hurry!).

If you pre-order with TFAW, you’ll get the item on November 14, 2012; if you want to save a few bucks, but can wait til November 20, 2012, then you can pre-order at Amazon for $94.50. (Factor in shipping costs to decided which pre-order deal to go with.)

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Digital Comics Deal: DC’s Infinite 52 Pick-Up Sale

DC Comics and Comixology are currently putting on an incredible 3-day digital comics sale on DC’s Infinite Crisis Event, which includes the Infinite Crisis mini series as well as the aftermath comics: 52, World War III #1-4, and The Four Horseman #1-6.

By this point, most comic book readers that enjoy the DC Universe have read both Infinite Crisis and 52. But in case there are some reading this that haven’t read these comics — whether they’re new to comics or simply not a DC fan — please let me give you a rundown of these two series. If you don’t want to read about the comics, just go here and buy them; for everybody else, here we go…

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SDCC 2011: DC Comics: The New 52 Panel

While taking a beating at the DC Comics New 52 panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2011, DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio offered up a few bits of interesting information that did get reaction — good and bad — from the packed house.

DiDio question after question regarding Wally West, a staple in the Flash family that has been missing from the DC Universe for quite some time, at least in a major role. DiDio explained that the main goal of the new 52 is to focus the stories on one character making it easier for new readers to jump into the books. For now, and the foreseeable future that character, when it comes to Flash, is Barry Allen. Many audience members complained that there are still going to be multiple Robins, so there should be multiple Flash’s. DiDio stuck to his guns though. In an attempt to assuage some tensions about the history of the characters, DiDio and team explained that the histories that we all know and love aren’t being forgotten, just retold and modernized in one issue, the first of these new series.

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DC Relaunch: ‘DC Comics: The New 52’ Hardcover Collection Coming In December

File this one under “You’ve gotta be freaking kidding me.” DC Comics announced today that all of their #1 September releases will be collected in a massive 1,216-page hardcover called DC Comics: The New 52 to be released on December 7, 2011.

Yeah, I know. I seriously cannot believe this. I mean, I want it, but still. This definitely falls on the side of being ridiculous. Sure, the relaunch is unprecedented, and absolutely there will be collectors out there who will be more than willing to shell out the insanely priced $150, but come on. Unless there is some sort of weaving plot thread to go between these books, what’s the real point in buying this? Would it ever be read?

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