But Loeb and Sale have done similarly good work at Marvel, and that's what I'm going to cover for the next few Fridays. We'll start with 1995's WOLVERINE & GAMBIT: VICTIMS, followed by HULK: GRAY, DAREDEVIL: YELLOW, and SPIDER-MAN: BLUE from 2001 - 2004. Please note that I'm covering those last three not in release order, but in order my preference, finishing with my favorite of the trio.
Review copies to be used for this series will be the Marvel Premiere Classic Hardcover of WOLVERINE & GAMBIT, and the 2002 - 2004 oversized hardcover editions of the other three series. All these volumes are out of print, but all series are still widely available in one format or another, and in some cases the hardcovers can be found for less than the trade paperbacks:
- DAREDEVIL: YELLOW (paperback/hardcover)
- HULK: GRAY (paperback)
- SPIDER-MAN: BLUE (paperback/hardcover)
- X-MEN: WOLVERINE/GAMBIT (paperback/hardcover)
- YELLOW, BLUE AND GRAY (reprints all three "color" series in oversized hardcover format)
Now, with that business aside, look forward to WOLVERINE & GAMBIT this Friday -- and now that the Stern Spider-Man series has come to its conclusion, there will be an announcement about my next long-term review series tomorrow, as well.