Dixon wrote some seriously long streaks of Batman, Robin and Nightwing and for the most part it was always solid. Certainly, he's no Alan Moore or Geoff Johns, but the guy is way above average. I never felt like he ever phoned it in. So I'd certainly recommend that run. That said, Nightwing after he left went down hill very, very fast and the title was eventually canceled.
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: THE SILVER AGE VOL. 1
U.S. Price: $19.99
On Sale 2/10
In stories from BRAVE AND THE BOLD #28-30, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1-18 and MYSTERY IN SPACE #75, the World’s Greatest Heroes stand against intergalactic, mystical, and super-powered rogues Starro, Despero, Kanjar Ro, Dr. Destiny, Amos Fortune and Felix Faust!
This is from the DC site itself. Does that make it official and safe to order as it comes out or should I still wait for someone to report on what's in it because even the DC website can be wrong 3 days from publication? It's so frustrating not knowing if I can trust DC solicits.
Make Mine DC!
The Adams/Batman omni got pushed back a little on Amazon.com. Where did everybody end up falling on that one? I've never read the material, but I'm desperate to considering how iconic the era is for Bats, and dat art... But are the stories all chopped up/missing issues? And if so, BADLY, or just missing some filler/connective tissue?
the digital edition, and they also have the page count coming in at 329 pages. The print edition will be a similar size (maybe a few pages up or down), so whatever the contents are, we know there's a lot of content
Apologies if this has already been discussed and I missed it, but Amazon has a new listing for a trade collecting all 10 issues of the Justice Society of America series from 1992-93. This was the series that bridged the gap between the JSA's return from Limbo (where they'd been since the Crisis) and the original team's last battle in Zero Hour. It features the first appearance of Jesse Quick, Alan Scott taking Guy Gardner to school, and fantastic pencils by the gone-too-soon Mike Parobeck.
Justice Society of America: The Complete 1992 Series
O'Neil' run is actually really cool. I'd love for Marvel to collect in one big OHC.
Another cool part about it - to me anyway - is that for awhile it truly "ends" Miller's run and puts a cap on Bullseye. (The storyline I refer to runs from # 195 - 200.) In addition, it also serves as a nice prelude into Miller's second run. The Kingpin certainly has a reason to be pissed at DD.