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Oct 29 16 5:00 AM
JeffDyer wrote:So is this series going to collect all of his work? Or just specific stuff?
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Medieval Guy wrote:From the Amazon listing, it looks like it's Absolute/Library-sized...
Oct 31 16 1:58 PM
KOBE27 wrote:Medieval Guy wrote:From the Amazon listing, it looks like it's Absolute/Library-sized...
Nope, according to people on the Weekly Pull List thread, the actual size is 8 5/8" x 11".
So, it's most certainly not Absolute-size, not even Library Edition size.
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Aaltomuoto wrote:I'm still waiting for my copy, what is the final size for the volume? Deluxe sized or smaller than that?
According to an article I read some time ago "The art of Edena" will collect the various short stories (collected in "Le Reperateurs" in France) and other illustrations connected to the Edena saga. Inside Moebius doesn't collect the various other stories, it's an autobiographic comic in which all his major characters such as Arzach and Grubert play a part.
Oct 31 16 11:35 PM
garuda wrote:Also I remember reading somewhere (maybe here!) that Blueberry won't be included because that was done under his own name. That doesn't prevent Dark Horse from doing a Jean Giraud Library later on though...
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cfd wrote:I now have my copy of volume 1. DH did an outstandingly fine job on this first entry into the Moebius Library. The original beautiful colouring wasn't messed with and the presentation is first rate. And the World of Edena is probably my first choice for Moebius material, so very pleased indeed.
Nov 1 16 10:38 AM
kinggirlfriend wrote:garuda wrote:Also I remember reading somewhere (maybe here!) that Blueberry won't be included because that was done under his own name. That doesn't prevent Dark Horse from doing a Jean Giraud Library later on though...
Not sure if our when they'll get around to the Blueberry stuff, and I probably sound like a broken record, but you can still get the Blueberry hardcovers put by Graphitti Designs, signed and numbered by Moebius (some are signed Jean Giraud).
I picked up a set of these last year and they are beautiful books, the gem my collection. Some of the dust jackets are scuffed from being in storage but its not a big deal, IMO, the books are totally worth it. A few volumes have essays about the time period and Jean Giraud and Charlier contribute forwards and afterwords to several stories. Cannot recommend these enough.http://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/MOEBIUS-4-BLUEBERRY-Ltd.-Book-by-Charlier-and-Giraud.htmlhttp://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/MOEBIUS-5-BLUEBERRY-Ltd.-Book-by-Charlier-and-Giraud.htmlhttp://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/MOEBIUS-6-YOUNG-BLUEBERRY-Ltd.-Book-by-Charlier.htmlhttp://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/MOEBIUS-8-BLUEBERRY-Ltd.-Book-by-Charlier-and-Giraud.htmlhttp://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/MOEBIUS-9-BLUEBERRY-Ltd.-Book-by-Charlier-and-Giraud.html
They still have a sci-fi volume available too, that one collects a bunch of short stories. I can't comment on it, I only picked up the Blueberry books.http://www.graphittidesigns.com/shop/MOEBIUS-7-Ltd.-Book-by-Jean-Moebius-Giraud.html
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