Good people skills. I respect that. Apart from that, this is all about copying and pasting other people's copyrighted intellectual property on a piece of expensive paper; be it with or without their permission. Not saying it's a crook job, just saying it's weird that having something printed on paper, smelling sour, does worth more than what it ever did, after several decades it was relevant, because it now still hints the feeling of relevancy to us old farts again. Not sure if I can call this nostalgia or not.
Now if there was original, retrospective content, interviews and almost academical level research provided alongside the nice visuals as in these projects, it'd be a different story: