From the back cover: DC Comics published the first comic book with all-original material in February of 1935, and generations of young readers would never be the same. 2010 marks the 75th anniversary of this seminal event in pop culture history. Witness the Golden Age of Comics as it evolves into the Silver Age with this collector’s edition of Vintage DC Comics, and take a nostalgic journey to the past. Memorable characters leap through time with this unique collection of faithfully restored cover reproductions. Sixteen classic covers are preserved on heavy, 100% recycled paper with soy-based inks, for a new generation of fans to enjoy. This unique, eco-friendly edition includes images that are perforated to fit an 11"x14" frame. It's a wire-bound collection of archival-quality prints, disguised as a calendar. Inside: commentary and a special introduction: “75 Years of DC Comics”, by Bill Jourdain.
This calendar is part of a collector's series featuring archival-quality reproductions of Golden and Silver Age covers from the DC Comics pantheon. Each year brings sixteen different cover reproductions from actual comic books from this memorable era. The covers from this 75th anniversary edition are courtesy of the Geppi Entertainment Museum, and collector Bill Jourdain.
This is an officially licensed product of DC Comics.
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