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BACK ISSUE! #57 (Jul 2012)

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George Perez
BACK ISSUE! #57
Jul 2012
$8.95
TwoMorrows Publishing (www.twomorrows.com)


Cover uses CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 (Oct 1985)

Back Issue! 57 - $8.95

July 2012 - 84 pages (now with FULL-COLOR) BACK ISSUE #57 (84 pages, and now in FULL COLOR, $8.95) focuses on JENETTE KAHN, former president and publisher of DC Comics, as she tells all in a career-spanning, exclusive interview conducted by ROBERT GREENBERGER. Also: DC’s Dollar Comics and unrealized kids’ line (featuring an aborted Sugar and Spike revival), the Wonder Woman Foundation, and the early days of the Vertigo imprint. Exploring the talents of ROSS ANDRU, KAREN BERGER, STEVE BISSETTE, JIM ENGEL, GARTH ENNIS, NEIL GAIMAN, SHELLY MAYER, ALAN MOORE, GRANT MORRISON, and more. Edited by MICHAEL EURY.

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    BACK ISSUE! #57 (Jun 2012)



    Back Issue! #57 features Crisis #7 on its cover

    posted Dec 27, 2011 6:08 PM by Vu Sleeper

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    BACK ISSUE! #57 (Jun 2012)
    Back Issue! 57 - $8.95

    July 2012 - 84 pages (now with FULL-COLOR) BACK ISSUE #57 (84 pages, and now in FULL COLOR, $8.95) focuses on JENETTE KAHN, former president and publisher of DC Comics, as she tells all in a career-spanning, exclusive interview conducted by ROBERT GREENBERGER. Also: DC’s Dollar Comics and unrealized kids’ line (featuring an aborted Sugar and Spike revival), the Wonder Woman Foundation, and the early days of the Vertigo imprint. Exploring the talents of ROSS ANDRU, KAREN BERGER, STEVE BISSETTE, JIM ENGEL, GARTH ENNIS, NEIL GAIMAN, SHELLY MAYER, ALAN MOORE, GRANT MORRISON, and more. Edited by MICHAEL EURY.

     



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