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Omnibus Mapping in the Golden Age
Omnibus Mapping in the Silver AgeOmnibus Mapping in the Bronze Age
Jan 12 17 10:27 PM
SilverAgePeteRoss wrote:For Superman Vol 5, you could also throw in The Flash #175 (23 pages plus cover), which would go along with Superman #199 (both Superman/Flash races).How much would it take to add Tommy Tomorrow's earlier Action appearance and add his Real Fact appearances to make a not-Age specific omnibus?
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srca1941 wrote:I'm actively collecting Bronze Age Superman books now that I'm finished with the 80s and 90s ...
When I got back into comic collecting in 1998, after about a twenty year hiatus (I sold my original collection off by the late 1970s), they, and Bronze Age Batman and Silver Age Green Lantern were my highest priority.I now have full runs of all the Superman books from 1961 to 1985, Batman from 1964 to 1986, Green Lantern from 1960 to the 1980s, and nearly every Schwartz superherocomic from 1962 to Crisis, and all Superman family books from about 1960 onwards.
I have many other Golden and early Silver Age books from DC as well.
Jan 14 17 1:11 AM
srca1941 wrote:Potential Bronze Age lines for titles up to 1980-ish (books such as All-Star Squadron, New Teen Titans, Batman and the Outsiders, etc. I consider Modern Age):
Great job on the mappings, and I look forward to your mapping efforts on the Bronze Age. But I thought the accepted cutoff date (by fans and DC) for the end of the Bronze Age was circa CoIE/1985 ?
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srca1941 wrote:It's interesting though how when you grew up colors your view of an era. I started collecting at 9-10 and I feel lucky to have come into comics in the mid-90s. Sure, there was a lot of junk coming out then, but a lot of good stuff too.
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srca1941 wrote: It's interesting though how when you grew up colors your view of an era. I started collecting at 9-10 and I feel lucky to have come into comics in the mid-90s.
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