Monday, January 18, 2021

Coming in May: "DC Through the 80s: The Experiments" features stories that stretched the superhero genre and beyond

The 80s, in my opinion, were bad for music, fashion and politics. But it was a great time to be reading comics, with lots of writers and artists at the Big Two mainstream publishing taking risks and trying new things with characters new and old.

This eclectic collection includes examples from DC Comics from that time. It's out May 25 and available for pre-order from Amazon now.

Details from DC:

The 1980s were a period of great achievement and transition for DC Comics, one that introduced some of DC's all-time bestselling titles including Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns. For the first time, DC offers a retrospective of this monumental decade in one collected edition.

Collects Secret Origins #48, Swamp Thing #40, The Sandman #8, Doom Patrol #25, Warlord #48 and #55, The Legion of Super-Heroes #298, Nathaniel Dusk #1, Infinity, Inc. #14, The New Teen Titans #16, The Best of DC: Blue Ribbon Digest #58, Watchmen #1, Camelot 3000 #1, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #2, Angel Love #1, and The History of the DC Universe #1-2.

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