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Batman Issue #422 – August 1988 (DC Comics)

TITLE: Batman Issue #421 YEAR: August 1988 COMPANY: DC Comics Created by Bob Kane Writer: Jim Starlin Penciler: Dick Giordano Inker: Joe Rubinstein and Steve Mitchell Colorist: Anthony Tollin Letterer: John Costanza Edited by Denny O’Neil Two days ago, I wrote about Jim Starlin and what he has done for Marvel Comics and DC Comics and prior to “A Death in the Family”, he wrote a two-issue arc about a […]

Green Lantern vol. 3, Issue #46 – October 1993 (DC Comics)

TITLE: Green Lantern Issue #46 YEAR: October 1993 COMPANY: DC Comics Writer: Gerard Jones Penciller: M.D. Bright Inker: Romeo Tanghal Colorist: Anthony Tollin Letterer: Albert De Guzman Asst. Editor: Eddye Berganza Editor: Kevin Dooley As DC Comics saw the success of the “Death of Superman” and milked it with the “Return of Superman” and also the emergence of those who became a replacement for the iconic hero, there was no […]

Guy Gardner vol. 1, Issue #1 – October 1992 (DC Comics)

TITLE: Guy Gardner Vol. 1, Issue 1 YEAR: October 1992 COMPANY: DC Comics Writers: Gerard Jones Penciller: Joe StatonĀ  Inker: Terry Beatty Colorist: Anthony Tollin Letterer: Albert De Guzman Assistant Editor: Eddie Gerganza Editor: Kevin Dooley Back in the ’90s, having characters with a rough, almost anti-hero edge was the rage. Sure, Wolverine and even Incredible Hulk have been characters in the Marvel Universe that have played the good guy […]

Infinity Inc. – Vol. 1, Issue #1 – March 1984 (DC Comics)

TITLE: Infinity Inc. – Vol. 1, Issue #1 YEAR: March 1994 COMPANY: DC Comics Writer/Editor: Roy Thomas Penciller: Jerry Ordway Inker: Mike Machlan Co-Plotter: Dann Thomas Colorist: Anthony Tollin Letterer: Josh Costanza Before writer/editor Roy Thomas would kill off the Justice Society of America, it was a time where younger replacements to carry on the torch of the Justice Society of America were being considered. A second generation to continue […]