MARVEL Revives TREASURY EDITIONS For SPIDEY

"Spidey: All-New Treasury Edition Vol. 1" cover by Nick Bradshaw
Credit: Nick Bradshaw (Marvel Comics)

After nearly 35 years, Marvel's fondly remembered "Treasury Editions" are returning in June with Spidey: All-New Treasury Edition Vol. 1. Collecting the first five issues of the current Spidey series by Robbie Thompson and Nick Bradshaw, the book will present the material in oversized 10" x 14" format for $15.99.

Here is a size comparison of the comic book issue on the right, and the Treasury Edition on the left:

Credit: Nick Bradshaw (Marvel Comics)

“Nick Bradshaw’s work on Spidey practically leaps off the page,” says David Gabriel, the publisher's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We knew we had to do something special for fans of this series. And since Robbie Thompson does such a wonderful job of capturing the early days of Peter Parker’s super hero career, we though Spidey was the perfect title to bring back this classic comic format.”

Originally launched in 1974, the various Marvel Treasury Editions were generally reprints of previously published work although some contained new material. Done before the widespread publication of collected edtions in trade paperbacks and graphic novels as readers know of now, the last one was 1984's Superman and Spider-Man Marvel Treasury Edition.

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