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Bound Together

Advertised as “Alex Toth’s Magnum Opus”, Bravo For Adventure is a handsome collection and fitting conclusion to the Library Of American Comics’ look at this master artist.

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Selkirk, a God-fearing crewman aboard the space freighter Nova Maru, is forced at gunpoint to abandon ship with his captain. They crash-land on a small planet, but it is soon…

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A dark space adventure leading to the story eating its own tale so to speak. What starts as a classic 1990s space rush to stop extinction moves through time travel and its trappings. The set up is excellent, with a small cast and a slow exploration of each as the story unfolds.

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A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases March 1988. Blackhawk by Howard Chaykin premieres with a mini-series, poster and t-shirt. Wonder Woman gets a massive poster. The Greatest Superman Stories Ever Told hardcover is announced along with Superman 3-D. Plus Cinder And Ashe!

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A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases February 1988. This time a Green Arrow monthly, poster and t-shirt as well. The Shadow Portfolio, History Of The DC Universe Limited Edition hardcover (limited to 10,000!). Plus a look at all the trade paperbacks available.

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A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases December 1987. A second Mike Mignola penciled mini-series debuts with World Of Krypton, plus The Watchmen trade paperback and Batman: Son Of The Demon!

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A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases August 1987. DC’s second prestige format series premieres, riding the coattails of The Dark Knight Returns. The Shadow monthly by Bill Sienkiewicz and The Shadow trade paperback make the back page.

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A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases December ’86. Legends gets the front page, another Byrne blockbuster title that has faded over time. Closing out is a farewell to Julie Schwartz.

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