The Library of American Comics appears in 199 issues.
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).
A label used by the Walt Disney Company for several of their comics; usually under IDW Publishing or Dark Horse Comics. This should only be used for comics that use the logo.
The first era in comic books. They became widespread and popular and many still popular comic book icons made their debut, beginning in the mid 1930's and ending around the mid-1950's.
An age of comics which has lasted from mid-1980's to the present days.
Platinum Age is the term used to describe the time period of 1897-1938, during which early forms of the comic books were published. Platinum Age comics usually are reprint of newspaper strips of the time period, and were found in various larger book like formats with cloth or other types of hard covers.
A comic book, trade paperback, hardcover or other mediums that contains reprinted materials.
The Silver Age is often credited as starting with the first appearance of the new Flash, Barry Allen, in Showcase #4. Includes all comic books published during the period of 1956 to 1970.
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.
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