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Scott and Dan pick the comics they’re most looking forward to…

Dan Greenfield, editor, 13th Dimension

Tails of the Super-Pets, DC. A trade collection that is exactly as it sounds. Cuz of the movie and all (which looks like fun). Here’s the solicit: In this charming collection of classic tales from the Silver Age of comics, meet Krypto the Superdog, Streaky the Supercat, Ace the Bat-Hound, and more! Collects stories from Action Comics #261, #266, #277, #292, and #293; Batman #125; Adventure Comics #210, #256, #293, #322, and #364; Superman #176; Wonder Woman #23; and Superboy #76.

That is just too much fun.

Ghost Rider Epic Collection: Hell On Wheels, Marvel. It’s Johnny Blaze’s first Epic Collection! This baby is just soaked in Seventies, isn’t it?

Marvel Big Book of Fun and Games, Abrams/Marvel. Whoa! They collected the old Bronze Age mag and are releasing it as a trade! What in the… ? (Click here for more info, True Believers.)

Scott Tipton, contributor-at-large, 13th Dimension

DC One Million Omnibus, DC Comics. One of my favorite Big DC Events, just because it managed to somehow harness and channel that sheer Grant Morrison insanity we were getting in the pages of JLA at the time.

Flashpoint Beyond #1, DC Comics. Speaking of Big DC Events, it’s great to see writer Jeremy Adams involved in this new one – his Flash run has been a highlight of DC Comics over the last year.

Richard Stark’s Parker – Martini Edition, Last Call, IDW. I have to admit, I worked on this book for months, so I may be a little biased. But trust me: This hardcover collection of Darwyn Cooke’s final two Parker graphic novels is an absolutely beautiful book. You need it.

Star Trek: The Mirror War #6, IDW. An unexpected foe returns as a thorn in Picard’s side, just as his master plan is about to launch. More otherdimensional intrigue from David Tipton, Gavin Smith and your humble narrator.

Dan adds: Again with the great J.K. Woodward cover!

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Hard to believe. Not that DC is publishing a “Tails of the Super-Pets” collection, or that I’m buying it. What’s hard to believe is that this looks as though it’ll be the *only* DC trade paperback I buy in 2022. C’mon DC, there’s so much more of your classic library that needs to be collected in print!

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  2. I like the “Tails of the Super-Pets” and “DC One Million” omnibus covers in these picks because they really capture what DC used to do in the past.

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