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A loosely defined period in comics between 1950 and 1960 (roughly the end of the Golden Age of Comics) where science-fiction stories, many of them dealing with atomic power, dominated the medium of comics.
The Bronze Age of comic books was set roughly between 1970 - 1985.
Collections of comic strips from newspapers syndication. Often published in half pages daily (in black and with one row panel) or on Sunday (in color with multiple row panels).
Was a hardcover chronological reprint series of DC Comics' Golden and Silver Age heroes and teams. The series was replaced by the Omnibus collections.
Value priced reprints of various DC Comics #1 issues.
A line of bargain priced #1 reprints from IDW.
Series of value priced reprints from Image Comics.
First introduced in 1942, these were the forebears to DC's Elseworlds imprint, as they often dealt with non-canonical stories. Many of these stories dealt with Superman marrying Lois Lane.
Is a short series (predetermined number of issues) of comic books with the purpose of telling a defined story about a particular character, group or event. a.k.a. Limited Series or Maxi-Series.
Encyclopedias, handbooks, guide books, source books, etc...
IDW archival comic strip reprints.
A Trade Paperback (otherwise abbreviated as a TPB or simply a Trade) is a collection of comic books reprinted in a single volume, generally one Story-Arc in length.
Comics translated in other languages than the original release.
Series of value priced reprints from Marvel.
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