Best Archival, Reprinted, or Collected Comics of 2014

In case you missed it, here are my Top 14 Webcomics of 2014.

 

And without further adieu, here are my favorite reprinted/archive edition/collected print items that came out in 2014 (listed before you in alphabetical order). I’m not doing write-ups for them as I think these amazing titles basically speak for themselves. Lots of tremendously wonderful stuff was released this year.

 

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75 Years of Marvel Comics: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen by Roy Thomas/Josh Baker (TASCHEN / MARVEL)
75 yrs marvel

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Batman: The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga (DC COMICS)
batmanga

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The Borgias by Alejandro Jodorowsky/Milo Manara (DARK HORSE)
borgias

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The Bungle Family 1930: Library of American Comics Essentials Vol. 5 by Harry J. Tuthill (IDW)
mr bungle

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Frankenstein Vol. 4: Roy Thomas Presents by Dick Briefer (PS ARTBOOKS)frankie

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JIM by Jim Woodring (FANTAGRAPHICS)JIM

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The Planetary Omnibus by Warren Ellis, John Cassaday, and other artists (DC)
planetary omni

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Miracleman by Alan “The Original Writer” Moore, Gary Leach, Alan Davis, and other creators (MARVEL)
miracle monkey

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Moomin: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition by Tove Jansson (DRAWN & QUARTERLY)
moominish

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Pogo Vol. 3: Evidence to the Contrary by Walt Kelly (FANTAGRAPHICS)
pogo bogo

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Showa 1939-1944: A History of Japan by Shigeru Mizuki (DRAWN & QUARTERLY)
showa 1

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Showa 1944-1953: A History of Japan by Shigeru Mizuki (DRAWN & QUARTERLY)
showa 2

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Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge & Donald Duck: The Don Rosa Library (FANTAGRAPHICS)
scroooooged

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Winsor McCay: The Complete Little Nemo 1905-1927 by Alexander Braun (TASCHEN)
windy mccool

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Zenith: Phase 1-2 by Grant Morrison & Steve Yeowell (2000 AD)
Zenith

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And don’t forget my TOP LIST of print comics for 2014 is COMING SOON!

xoxo

About Collin Colsher

Collin Colsher, the creator of The Real Batman Chronology Project and disCONTINUITY, is a writer, filmmaker, teacher, and comic book historian that currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He has lectured at various universities, libraries, and book fairs. Collin has also served on the jury for the Lynd Ward Graphic Novel Prize, which is sponsored by the US Library of Congress.
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