Marvel Treasury Edition #1-28
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 21 CBZ 7 CBR | Marvel Comics | Sep 1974 - 1981 | 1.78 GB Total
In 1974 Marvel introduced us to something a heck of a lot larger than good old Giant-Size comics: . The treasury format is an oversized soft-cover format which was seen a few times in the 70's. Tabloid-sized 10” x 13” suckers that were so big (roughly twice the size of normal comic books), they fell over on the newsstand. Most of these issues included at least a few pages of original material, even if the bulk of the content consisted of reprints. Awkward to store properly, these are not expensive, but it is hard to find them in good condition now. All in all twenty-eight (28) Treasury Editions were published. I could say "complete" on the post title but I'm uncomfortable with that nomenclature; for one issue #12 featuring Howard the Duck and the Defenders (Dr. Strange, Namor the Sub-Mariner, the Silver Surfer and the Hulk) incomplete. Instead of eighty-four (84) pages there are only thirty-five (35 - including cover) in the CBZ file. Nevertheless, the rest seem complete. I say "seem" because I am barely halfway through reading all 28 comic books.