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SHOWCASE PRESENTS: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA vol. 3
Written by Gardner Fox
Art by Mike Sekowsky, Carmine Infantino and others
Cover by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson
A third gigantic black-and-white volume collecting 1960s adventures of the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes, from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #37-60! On sale December 12th. 528 pages. $16.99

Scott
"The art in comics is generally better than ever, the writing is often clever and glib, but in spite of that, far too many comics are utterly unreadable. Even hardcore fans find many comics daunting to follow! The craft of comics storytelling is all but lost. A who's who of industry big shots have privately agreed with me when we've discussed exactly this subject, but it's a tough problem to fix, given the often huge egos of the creators, general creative anarchy and lack of trained editorial people." Jim Shooter


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Gernot




> SHOWCASE PRESENTS: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA vol. 3
> Written by Gardner Fox
> Art by Mike Sekowsky, Carmine Infantino and others
> Cover by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson
> A third gigantic black-and-white volume collecting 1960s adventures of the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes, from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #37-60! On sale December 12th. 528 pages. $16.99
>
> Scott

You forgot THIS one! \:\)

COUNTDOWN SPECIAL: THE ATOM 80-PAGE GIANT #1
COUNTDOWN SPECIAL: THE ATOM 80-PAGE GIANT #2
Written by Gerry Conway
Art by Alan Lee Weiss, Arvell M. Jones and others
Covers by Ryan Sook
Thrill to the adventures of Ray Palmer in these two giant-sized Specials! Issue #1 collects stories from SUPER-TEAM FAMILY #11-12, and #2 features material from #13-14 (1977). $4.99
Issue #1 on sale December 5th
Issue #2 on sale December 19th

Of course, I lifted it from the GSBAMB, Scott! \:\)

I loved the Atom story when I was younger. And it DID have a bunch of JLAers (plus a lot of guest-stars) in the tale.

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quiddie




Do these reprints have Jean Loring in them?

Thanks!

quiddie \=\)

>
> COUNTDOWN SPECIAL: THE ATOM 80-PAGE GIANT #1
> COUNTDOWN SPECIAL: THE ATOM 80-PAGE GIANT #2
> Written by Gerry Conway
> Art by Alan Lee Weiss, Arvell M. Jones and others
> Covers by Ryan Sook
>


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Scott




> Do these reprints have Jean Loring in them?

It's the "Search for Jean Loring" storyline. So...

And here is a little blog about the stories: http://absorbascon.blogspot.com/

Scott
"The art in comics is generally better than ever, the writing is often clever and glib, but in spite of that, far too many comics are utterly unreadable. Even hardcore fans find many comics daunting to follow! The craft of comics storytelling is all but lost. A who's who of industry big shots have privately agreed with me when we've discussed exactly this subject, but it's a tough problem to fix, given the often huge egos of the creators, general creative anarchy and lack of trained editorial people." Jim Shooter


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quiddie




Read the blog... I'm getting this!!!

Much appreciated, thanks Scott! \:\)

quiddie \=\)

> > Do these reprints have Jean Loring in them?
>
> It's the "Search for Jean Loring" storyline. So...
>
> And here is a little blog about the stories: http://absorbascon.blogspot.com/



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