Mark Waid tells a great tale about Silver Age Wonder Woman editor/writer Robert Kanigher: Silver Age Wonder Woman books from the Waid Collection are on sale now! Click here!
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The book that launched the 1960s Super-hero renaissance! Mark Waid tells us all about it: And you can own it! Click here for all the details!
DC didn’t just publish superhero comics in the 1950s — Mark Waid tells us about one of the stranger series to hit racks back in the day: And you can own it! Just click here to buy this classic, bizarre comic!
Mark Waid explains the beginnings of the Challengers of the Unknown! Want to own the first appearance of the Challengers? Click here for all the details!
Mark Waid explains DC’s legendary SHOWCASE series, the stage from which so many classic DC characters launched: And now, its historic first issue can be yours! Click here for all the details!
By the 1960s, little chunks of Krypton were falling to Earth all the time, and some pieces were more interesting than others, as Mark Waid explains: And you can own ADVENTURE COMICS #283 for yourself! Click here for all the details!
Wonder Woman makes the leap into the Silver Age in WONDER WOMAN #105! Let Mark Waid tell you more! Want to own it for yourself? Click here to find out how!
Who’s the “most famous mutt in all of comics”? Why, none other than Krypto the Super-Dog, of course. Mark Waid tells us more, from Krypto’s debut in ADVENTURE COMICS #210: And you can own Krypto’s debut! Click here for all the details!
For a small farm town in Kansas, Smallville sure had a lot of unusual visitors. Even from the future. Mark Waid tells us more: Want ADVENTURE #253 for yourself? Click here for all the details!
Today it takes six months to tell the origin of the Justice League. In the Silver Age, you knocked that sucker out in 22 pages. Mark Waid talks about JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #9: Gotta have it? Just click on the link for all the details!
The first time young Clark Kent met young Lois Lane? Adventure Comics #128 is when it happened. Let Mark Waid tell you more: And you can own it! Click here for all the details!
I can’t lie. One of the aspects of Silver Age DC books that makes me the happiest is the nicknames given to the heroes and villains. Though the writers didn’t mind repetition in the storytelling, it was apparently boring to just say the superhero or villain’s name over and over. Thusly, inventive (ish) nicknames were […]
Before I dived into stories about the Justice League I had heard briefly of multiple Earths, infinite Earths, whatever Earths. I’m far from a lazy reader, but it all sounded too convoluted to be true. Not that I doubted the person who told me about them, but it bordered on ridiculous. Once I read more […]