Volume VI – Invincible: From 2001 to 2008

Volume VI is the third installment in the Ultimate Collector Books series, encompassing an eight year period in the career of Michael Jackson, starting with the release of Invincible in 2001 and ending with the release of King of Pop in 2008. This catalogue style paperback features over 430 pages of official items divided in to specific chapters to allow collectors to explore the different types of collectibles that have been carefully grouped together.

Merchandise includes all physical musical formats, tour merchandise, toys, books, memorabilia and more.

Featuring a foreword from Invincible album engineer Jean-Marie Horvat and an Introduction from Iconic Editor and author Pez Jax along with praise and insight from Jackson’s personal hairstylist of over 20 years, Carol LaMere.



  1. chubby_the_bink 14 August, 2017 at 21:24 Reply

    The book gives a nice overview of some items from this Invincible period. Even found 2 items i didn’t know excisted.

    But unfortunatly not a complete overview.
    – miss many pressings
    – miss informations about presented pressings / printed year / etc etc

    And because of these miss, miss, misses i think the value paid for the book is to high.

    • Admin 22 August, 2017 at 17:31 Reply

      Dear Andy,
      Thank you very much for your feedback on Volume VI. As much as we are trying to be as specific as possible and catalogue everything we can and know, we never said we will not “miss” any items or that it was a complete overview…We did however say it is the most comprehensive, which for the period it is. Additionally, as you’ll see from the press release we never claimed to provide information about each release, the year it was released or the quantities it came in.

      We are actually in need of help from fans like you to complete any of our catalogues but I think I misplaced your emails. It would be great if you could send us an email with the items you believe we are missing? Do you think it is something you are able to do?

      As for the price…the value is what you place on it.

      Best Regards,


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