Everywhere from manga to comics, we've been seeing reprints and re-releases in a slightly different manner. Kodansha Comics re-released Sailor Moon to huge success in Japan and the US. The timing was perfect since it was the iconic character's anniversary and mangaka Naoko Takeuchi made peace with Kodansha after years of friction between them.
Joe Madureira's much lamented Battle Chaser's would be a PERFECT match for an artist's edition. Just imagine holding a copy of this work in it's full sized, original artwork glory?
Re-released an issue at a time with notes from Michelinie, editors of that time, and if even remotely possible, notes from McFarlane himself with new covers, this WOULD sell so well, really!
Same as with Joe Madureira, it would be fantastic to see the artwork in it's original board size to just look at all those crazy details of Jim Lee's artwork!
With the movie around the corner, it would make sense. Much like with Amazing Spider-Man mentioned before, notes from Chris Claremont and John Byrne, added with new artwork and re-coloring, this is almost a no-brainer for it to happen.
The English adaptation of the legendary manga was actually one of the first comics to experiment with digital colors which paved the way for coloring studio Olyoptics in the early 90s and opened the doors to digital coloring. With the advances in technology, how cool would it be to see this re-released, especially if mangaka/director Otomo Katsuhiro provided new artwork and insights to this nominal series?
Well, that's all from me for now, thank you as always for reading, and remember to leave what series you would like to see this kind of treatment in the comments below, have a happy snowy day (wherever there is snow falling right now)!
-Alvaro Cortes Jr