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Absolute Seven Soldiers of Victory - with TONS of annotations by the author. I want to read those notebooks he filled while conceiving the series.

Absolute V for Vendetta - they missed the boat on this one.

Absolute Swamp Thing - as much of Moore's run as possible.

Absolute Justice - when the series is done, of course
 

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An Absolute Seven Soldiers would be beautiful.

I wouldn't mind seeing a collection of Grant Morrison's Vertigo work, such as Absolute Animal Man, or Absolute Doom Patrol.

Those would be fun.
 

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Absolute Preacher - just in time to coincide with the HBO mini-series

Absolute Red Son - including in-continuity background documents (CIA files on Superman, clippings from The Daily Planet , etc.)

Absolute Birthright

Absolute Vodka :lol:
 

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Absolute Seven Soldiers of Victory - with TONS of annotations by the author. I want to read those notebooks he filled while conceiving the series.
Sweeet.
Absolute V for Vendetta - they missed the boat on this one.
Very, very true.

Personally, the one thing that I'd sell my soul for would be...


ABSOLUTE PROMETHEA
 

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Absolute Y The Last Man - you could do it in two volumes, 30 issues each.

Absolute Fables would be amazing, but I have no idea how it would work.
 

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A lot of good choices.

Seven Soldiers, Promethea, Y, Fables, Preacher, Swamp Thing, Carey's Hellblazer, and Lucifer would all rock.

I would love to see Absolute 52 or some of Geoff John's runs in this form.

What about Onimbus' from Marvel?

Bendis' Daredevil is a must, or Ennis' Punisher & Runaways.
 
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Absolute All Star Superman
Absolute Justice
Absolute Seven Soldiers in a two book slipcase edition. One massive 30 issue collection and a second with all annotations, connections, everything.
Absolute Starman with EVERYTHING, LotDK issues, minis, annuals. The whole ball of wax.
Absolute Sleeper.
 

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YES!

The only bad thing about Y is that it's 60 issues - I didn't think they did Absolutes for large runs like that, not like the Marvel Omnibus. And I'd hate to see them put out a series of 5 Absolutes to cover it all, at $75 a pop.
 

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YES!

The only bad thing about Y is that it's 60 issues - I didn't think they did Absolutes for large runs like that, not like the Marvel Omnibus. And I'd hate to see them put out a series of 5 Absolutes to cover it all, at $75 a pop.

Split it into two volumes then, 30 issues each, like I said above.
 

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Absolute Justice - when the series is done, of course

I'm all for this.

I would love Y, Preacher and Fables, as well, but seeing as the former two are 60-70ish issues and the latter is ongoing (With a spin-off), I can't see it happening. Pity.
 

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There isn't an Absolute collection larger than 12 issues as far as I know.

Sandman is 20 issues. I'm pretty sure Danger Girl is more than 12 too.
 

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Absolute Global Frequency
 

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