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

Dan Greenfield, editor, 13th Dimension

Absolute Swamp Thing by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, DC. A collection worthy of the landmark original run by two of comics’ greats.

World’s Finest #10, DC. Sir Beatle Paul makes his first DC cover appearance since Batman #222 in this Dan Mora variant! Seriously, though, what a fab idea! (See what I did there?)

Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7, DC. I have to admit that I’ve completely lost track of all the Multiverse-shattering events at DC the last few years. But the finale has a wonderful all-star jam, wraparound variant cover that pays homage to George Perez.

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

Batman Silver Age Omnibus Vol. 1, DC. Batwoman, Bat-Girl, Ace the Bathound, Bat-Mite – maybe my favorite era of Batman comics.

Dan adds: I’m not much of an omnibus guy because I find them quite difficult to read in comfort. But of the thousands of comics I’ve read over the last 50 years or so, there’s still a lot of pre-New Look Silver Age Batman I’ve never hunted down, so I may take the plunge on this.

The Flash #789, DC Comics. The return of the Rogues, written by rising-star scripter Jeremy Adams!

Airboy #52, It’s Alive! Chuck Dixon’s legendary Airboy run for Eclipse Comics back in the ‘80s was a big favorite of mine. Delighted to see him picking up the story today.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. GO for the Batman Omnibus. While these big books are klunky as hell to read (can’t roll ’em up and shove ’em in your back pocket like the old days) these tales are imaginitive fun. Not considered “canon,” to many, these stories are Batman’s history, and a great reflection of those halcyon comics days.

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  2. But DC Never released the LAST Batman “Golden Age” Omnibus! There’s a gap between the two!

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    • I know. Right?! What’s up with that?

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  3. I’ve ordered the Batman SA Omni. I just the Who’s Who vol. 2 in the mail today. Glad to see DC getting back in the game. Psst, DC…more Silver Age omnis, please!

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  4. If you want to get to know Chuck Dixon and hear his stories, he has a YouTu be channel called, ‘Ask Chuck Dixon’ where he answers questions about what he does for a living – writing comics!

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