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Category: Back Issue to the Future

BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: IRREDEEMABLE

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Commentary by Sean H. If you ask the average reader for the best Superman origin story, you’re likely to get one of two answers. Superman Secret Origin by Doomsday Clock dream team Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, or Superman Birthright…

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BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: “THE DEATH OF JEAN DeWOLFF”

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Commentary by Sean H. Peter David has had a storied career in comics. A lifelong fan of comics and a staple of the industry, he has written seminal storylines for both Marvel and DC, and he generally can be relied…

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BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: Green Lantern: The New Corps #1-2 (1999)

December 17, 2019 Back Issue to the Future, Reviews
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Commentary by Sam S. DC in the 1990’s was filled with legacy characters, generally more hip, youthful and contemporary replacements for some of the company’s most iconic characters. Outside of Wally West as the Flash, no character exemplified this trend…

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BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: DETECTIVE COMICS #747

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Commentary by Dan W. It’s 1999. You can’t go a day without hearing Prince’s seminal hit of the same name on the radio. (Everyone still listens to terrestrial radio.) DC’s Batman comics are in the midst of “No Man’s Land”,…

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BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: MELTDOWN

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Commentary by Dan W. Have you ever burned out on something you once enjoyed? Woken up in the morning questioning why you ever cared? Let it poison your personal and professional interactions? Well, what if you were a hero. And…

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BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: THE SCULPTOR GN

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Commentary by Dan W. Less a ‘back issue’ in the traditional sense this time, and more an overlooked graphic novel that you need to read. Should we rename this column for its next quarterly appearance? Let us know in the…

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BACK ISSUE TO THE FUTURE: WOLVERINE #73 + #74

February 13, 2019 Articles, Back Issue to the Future
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Commentary by Dan W. Years before Jason Aaron’s acclaimed run on Thor, Marvel had a problem. Their marquee Wolverine story, “Old Man Logan” was behind schedule. Originally planned to run from issues #66-74, artist Steve McNiven was not keeping up.…

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