Marvel has announced the next wave of its reprint series, Marvel’s Greatest Comics, will still be a dollar, and will feature four new issues for new readers or those who missed out the first time.

The books are:
April 7: WOLVERINE #66
April 14: HULK #1
April 21: NEW AVENGERS #1
April 28: CIVIL WAR #1

“With the increased mainstream attention on comics and the new readers entering stores, Marvel wants to make sure everyone gets a chance to read our best titles,” said David Gabriel, Marvel Senior Vice-President of Sales & Circulation. “Marvel’s Greatest Comics allows fans to discover new series at a low price while also providing retailers with product they can stock on their shelves for years.”

The one buck comics arrive in April.

via Marvel

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  1. Ed
    January 15, 2010 at 5:42 pm — Reply

    “Marvel’s Greatest Comics?” What the list indicates is that Marvel’s “greatest comics” do not include anything that is over 5 years old!!! I understand they are doing it to get new fans, but the name does not makes sense.

  2. January 16, 2010 at 5:50 pm — Reply

    “Marvel’s Greatest Comics” = “Marvel’s Greatest First Issues Of Books That You
    Can Still Jump On Board And Make Us Some Dough On, Thank You Very Much!”

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