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Comic books in 'DC Silver Age Classics'

  • Issue #76
    DC Silver Age Classics Green Lantern (1992) 76

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: "No Evil Shall Escape My Sight" brought together the team of Green Lantern and Green Arrow in one landmark title that also introduced relevance to comic book heroic fantasy. The Denny O'Neil/Neal Adams partnership produced some of the best work of the 1970s and inspired the 'revisionist' super-hero movement. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #92
    DC Silver Age Classics House of Secrets (1992) 92

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: The anthology title HOUSE OF SECRETS featured a variety of different and unique stories, but it is best known for the classic tale by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson in this issue that introduced Swamp Thing. Plus, three more suspense stories: "After I Die," "It's Better to Give" and "Trick or Treat," featuring the artistic stylings of Bill Draut, Alan Weiss, Tony DeZuniga and Dick Dillin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    DC Silver Age Classics Showcase (1992) 4

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: This is the comic book that really got the Silver Age rolling: the revival and revitalization of the Flash! In addition to its importance as the breakthrough comic of the 1950s, Showcase (1956-1978) #4 is also one of the decade's most valuable comics. "Mystery of the Human Thunderbolt!" and "The Man Who Broke the Time Barrier!" were written by Robert Kanigher and John Broome, and feature art (on both tales) by Carmine Infantino and Joe Kubert. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #99
    DC Silver Age Classics Sugar and Spike (1992) 99

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: ALL NEW! TWO NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN SUGAR AND SPIKE STORIES! Those mischievous cherubs, Sugar and Spike, were the quintessential BABY boomers. Now, an entire book of previously unpublished material is released, delighting those who have longed to see it and introducing to new readers this charming aspect of DC's history. The stories, "Spike Learns the Manly Art!" and "How They Got Up in the World!", represent (but NOT RE-present! It's all new!) timeless family entertainment, written and drawn by Sugar and Spike creator, the late Sheldon Mayer. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #252
    DC Silver Age Classics Action Comics (1992) 252

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: Re-presenting Action Comics (1938 DC) #252, featuring "The Supergirl from Krypton!", the story that introduced the original Supergirl to the comic book world. Written by Otto Binder, with art by Al Plastino. Also from #252: "The Menace of Metallo!" by Robert Bernstein and Plastino, and "Congo Bill Dies at Dawn!" by Bernstein and Howard Sherman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #247
    DC Silver Age Classics Adventure Comics (1992) 247

    Reprints Adventure Comics #247, the origin and first appearance of Legion of Super Heroes (Cosmic Boy, Lightning Lad, and Saturn Girl) in "The Legion of Super-Heroes." Also in this issue: the Green Arrow stars in "The 13 Superstition Arrows" and Aquaman in "Aquaman's Super Sea-Squad." Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #28
    DC Silver Age Classics Brave and the Bold (1992) 28

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: The Justice League is one of today's most popular titles. Now here's your chance to see where it all began, in the story where the World's Greatest Heroes join forces for the first time as the Justice League of America in "Starro the Conqueror!" Written by Gardner Fox, with art by Mike Sekowsky, Joe Giella, Murphy Anderson and Bernard Sachs. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #327
    DC Silver Age Classics Detective Comics (1992) 327

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: The 'New Look' Batman debuts and establishes the Dark Knight for the Silver Age in the landmark story "The Mystery of the Menacing Mask!" by John Broome, Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella. Also included is the first solo Elongated Man story, "Ten Miles to Nowhere!", by Gardner Fox and Infantino. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #22
    DC Silver Age Classics Showcase (1992) 22

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: Hal Jordan, Green Lantern from the Silver Age to the present day, makes his first appearance in three stories that establish his origin and the source of his great powers, written by John Broome, with art by Gil Kane and Joe Giella. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #225
    DC Silver Age Classics Detective Comics (1992) 225

    For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: In the comic that many consider to be the start of the Silver Age, J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter, makes his initial appearance in "The Strange Experiment of Dr. Erdel." Also included is "If I Were Batman," in which Commissioner Gordon and Bruce Wayne get to 'be' Batman, and a story of Roy Raymond, TV Detective in "The Money That Came to Life!" Cover price $1.00.