DC Comics: A Visual History

DC Comics A Visual History Updated and expanded edition with new pages to cover Featuring a new slipcase design along with two NEW prints packed inside Trace DC s fascinating story the company s beginnings as Nati

  • Title: DC Comics: A Visual History
  • Author: DanielWallace Alan Cowsill Alex Irvine Matthew K. Manning
  • ISBN: 9780241181287
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Updated and expanded edition, with 16 new pages to cover 2010 2014 Featuring a new slipcase design along with two NEW prints packed inside.Trace DC s fascinating story the company s beginnings as National Allied Publications in the 1934, and its subsequent change to Detective Comics, Inc in 1937 The book details all the major DC publishing landmarks and , displayedUpdated and expanded edition, with 16 new pages to cover 2010 2014 Featuring a new slipcase design along with two NEW prints packed inside.Trace DC s fascinating story the company s beginnings as National Allied Publications in the 1934, and its subsequent change to Detective Comics, Inc in 1937 The book details all the major DC publishing landmarks and , displayed clearly, month by month.Highlighting the debuts of iconic super heroes like Superman and Batman, the geniuses that invented them, and the real life events, like the Vietnam War, the atom bomb, and the Space Race, that shaped the atmosphere of the times, DC Comics A Visual History follows the characters foray into the real world through TV series and blockbuster movies.Foreword by Paul Levitz, former president of DC Comics 2002 2009.

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    1. This is a good encyclopedia of DC comics year by year, illustrated all the way through.It starts in the 1930s and continues to the summer of 2014.It is very heavy on Superman and Batman (of course) followed by Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Arrow, and Green Lantern. It's interesting following the story lines through all the years and all the universes, going through the shake-ups and the reinvented origins of the superheroes, not to mention their deaths and resurrections and imposters. As it is [...]

    2. I enjoyed "DC Comics: A Visual History: Updated Edition," a heavy, 10.5 x 12.5, 376-page book. It’s a definitive history of the vast DC empire, showcasing its modest origins, beginning in 1935—before it was “DC”—and presenting its subsequent reinventions and ventures into numerous enterprises including various publishing formats, radio, TV, movies, merchandising, and the Internet. Naming every writer and illustrator of each featured comic slowed the flow of the narrative, but the artwo [...]

    3. While it isn't a complete catalog of all DC comics from the earliest imprints, this book does give you a really well done, year-by-year breakdown of a good deal of what was published in any given year. I'm not a fan of large format, coffee table books, but this particular one is really well done and should be considered a must purchase for all but the most obsessive DC fan. It would make a wonderful Christmas gift just sayin'!

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