CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

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CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Mon Jul 07, 2014 11:30 pm

This is a call for analysis for books missing from the Project that take place in the main Marvel Universe before the Secret Invasion crossover. Please look over the list and let us know if there’s anything you can help out on by submitting an analysis.

This list will be updated to reflect volunteers. Once an analysis is submitted, the book will be crossed off this list. Once the book makes it into the MCP listings, the book will be removed from this list.

That's it, nothing's left!

See something not on the list that should be? Let us know!

Any help that people can provide is greatly appreciated. As always, thanks to all who post in this forum!
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Thu Aug 07, 2014 6:28 am

Well, it’s been a month since we put out the call. Since then we’ve added all of these books (from the Issue Analysis forum, some from the Archives) to the MCP and removed them from the call list:

All Winners Squad: Band of Heroes #1-5
Avengers 1959 #1-5
Avengers Origins: Ant-Man & Wasp
Avengers Origins: Vision
Captain America: Patriot #1-4
Dominic Fortune #1-4
I ♥ Marvel: A.I.
Marvel Holiday Special 2006-2007
Marvel Westerns: Two-Gun Kid
Marvels Project #1-8
Marvels: Eye of the Camera #6
Morlocks #1-4
Rawhide Kid v4 #1-4
Red Skull Incarnate #1-5
Secret Invasion: Home Invasion TPB
Spectacular Spider-Man #1000
Spider-Man Family v2 #1-2, 5-6, 8-9
Spider-Man Special Edition: Trial of Venom
Two-Gun Kid: Sunset Riders #1-2
War is Hell: First Flight of the Phantom Eagle #1-5
X-23: Target X #1-6
X-Men vs. Hulk
Col_Fury wrote:See something not on the list that should be? Let us know!
I’m kind of surprised that no one’s suggested adding any of the random set-entirely-in-the-past issues of Savage Wolverine…

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Russ Chappell » Thu Aug 07, 2014 8:45 am

Conan?

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Thu Aug 07, 2014 10:27 am

There you go! :D

Actually, Conan is so big he should probably get his own call list. Conan had a lot of books!

I considered putting the missing Golden Age comics on this list also, along with Millie the Model and the Western characters, but then this particular call for analysis would probably never close. So I left them off. I mean, who has all of the Millie comics, you know? As it is, I barely have my fingers crossed for Wolfpack #1-12, and those are only 25 years old. :lol:
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Chris McCarver » Thu Aug 07, 2014 12:51 pm

I'm definitely interested in taking a stab at the yet-to-be-indexed Spidey and X-Men Unlimited books (at least the ones that are on Marvel Unlimited), but I need to clear a few deadlines off my calendar first...

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Thu Aug 07, 2014 5:26 pm

Sweet!

At a glance, Marvel Unlimited has all of the Spider-Man Unlimited v3 issues.
Marvel Unlimited has X-Men Unlimited #40-50, but not #33-39.
Marvel Unlimited has all of the missing X-Men Unlimited v2 issues except #4 (for some reason).

The nice thing for these Unlimited comics, is that the recent Index series already placed a whole bunch of these comics for us. They're in the various character chronologies, bracketed, but we still need to make sure we have all of the characters that appear in them listed, and we need to remove the brackets. But really, the heavy lifting is already done for us. :)

I'll put you down for what Marvel Unlimited has, but yes, you're a busy guy at the moment. Priorities! :)
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Chris McCarver » Thu Aug 07, 2014 6:56 pm

I think XU2 4 was in there, just ordered weird. And yeah, I got more going on than you know. ;)
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Somebody » Thu Aug 07, 2014 10:06 pm

Col_Fury wrote:I considered putting the missing Golden Age comics on this list also, along with Millie the Model and the Western characters, but then this particular call for analysis would probably never close. So I left them off. I mean, who has all of the Millie comics, you know? As it is, I barely have my fingers crossed for Wolfpack #1-12, and those are only 25 years old. :lol:
Actually, I recently got access to the Venus series. I've only skimmed them, but that's enough to wonder how much of the series can possibly be canon after Agents of Atlas - some stories are fine, but then there's the ones where she's zipping to & from Olympus, or even bringing others with her...

(Also, I need to get back to that Quasar audit, and a few other bits'n'pieces...)

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Tue Sep 09, 2014 4:32 pm

It's been another month, and as Chris mentioned earlier, it's been a busy month for some of us, so this Call for Analysis slowed down a little bit. BUT! We did add to the MCP and removed from the Call list:

NYX: No Way Home #1-6

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Arthur » Thu Sep 11, 2014 3:29 pm

I'll take a stab at CREATURES ON THE LOOSE #26-29 (1973-1974)

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Thu Sep 11, 2014 4:45 pm

Yay! :D
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Chris McCarver » Thu Sep 25, 2014 9:56 pm

Hey, Daron, must bow to superior wisdom; XU2 4 genuinely *isn't* on Marvel Unlimited, so I'll have to let that one go back up for grabs. :(
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Fri Sep 26, 2014 3:21 am

No worries Chris, I got you covered. :)

The only unclaimed books on the list are Doc Savage and Wolfpack. Anyone have these?
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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Russ Chappell » Fri Sep 26, 2014 6:47 am

I do.

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Re: CALL FOR ANALYSIS: Missing Books

Post by Col_Fury » Fri Sep 26, 2014 5:36 pm

Well, hey! :)

Are you interested in doing either/any/all/some of them, Russ?
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