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AVENGERS #27 (Apr 2000) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Pérez
Al Vey
Date: Apr 2000
Cover Price: $1.99


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    writer:  Kurt Busiek
    art:  George Perez
    Al Vey
    colors:  Tom Smith
    letters:  Richard Starkings
    editor:  Tom Brevoort
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    Not much going on, I saw this on Ebay (user lanting), and I figure some of you out there would like this for coloring, as it is in really good detail.
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  •  July 23, 2002 | Brevoort's Avengers v.3 #27
    From Silver Bullet Comics

    AVENGERS #27 (Apr 2000)
    Marvel Comics
    Avengers v.3 #27 - April, 2000
    Tuesday, July 23
    By Tom Brevoort

    This is one of the best single issues I've edited not so much because of the story content--though it is a good story, and one which certainly stirred up controversy among AVENGERS readers--but instead because of the format.

    I make no bones about it: I stole the idea for the 100-Page Monster format from the DC 100-Page Super-Spectaculars of the 1970s--in fact, I wish that DC would similarly bring that format back on some of their books. But I think this is a great format, and the best bargain in comics right now--64 pages of story material for an extra buck. You'd pay more than that for an annual.

    Of course, there were fans who complained about being forced to buy reprints they didn't want, which is why we won't be upgrading a given series to Monster status more than once a year. And, frankly, I feel that we're giving much more than a dollar's extra entertainment value.

    But then, I like reprints, and I like big, thick comics.

     February 10, 2002
    From Vu
    Over at Slush Factory there is an article called "Marvel Comics: The Monster Format" written by Jim Henry, which examines the perks of reprints. The example cover art used was AVENGERS #27 (vol 3), which was one of the first "new" monster format, if I'm not mistaken.