"I didn't think of "Image Age" as a value judgment when I typed it, but maybe it is. I don't like ithe title myself, because it's too specific to one company, and there were plenty of other publishers out there.
In fact, one…"
"Here is more of DC's big-book publishing schedule, courtesy Bleeding Cool (so take with a grain of salt):
Red Hood & the Outlaws by Scott Lobdell Omnibus Vol. 1 Hardcover – October 16, 2018
by Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort
"Thanks for reviving this thread, Chris -- and let me say as well.
I love the debate over the beginning of the Silver Age, since there rarely is one. I'm a Showcase #4 guy myself, but I can see the counter-argument. And if…"
"It's surprising how well Constantine meshes with the JLI...um, I mean, the Legends. The bit with the chicken on Monday's episode ("gig economy") and the bit about the spell to find the time ship -- "There's no ancient…"
"Yikes! I'm old enough that I have all the Marvel magazines in their original format, so I've never bought any of the trades. But it makes sense that type size would be an issue. I guess I need to hang on to the magazines, rather than sell…"
"That's not what he said.
He said Golden Age Wonder Woman Vol. 3 would contain Sensation Comics #49-67, Wonder Woman #16-24, and Comic Cavalcade #14-22.
He then specified which of those stories had never been reprinted before. Since…"
"So you were the other guy who bought the Chronicles?
I started getting them because the Batman and Superman ones combined the various titles instead of splitting them up like the Archives did. But as I've gotten older, it appears the type…"
"Aye, you're not wrong about that. It was the pig that clued me in that the guy was a ham radio hobbyist and not, like, a party deejay or a singer with a home recording studio or something. It explained his electronics set-up at a glance."
"Delighted to hear about the WW collection. It's been a little frustrating watching DC switch over to the Omnibus format, because they started over, thereby regurgitating material that's already been collected before (and I have in Archive…"
"I'm probably going to start watching it in the next day or so. In season one, the rough sex made sense between her and Luke Cage, being both super strong. I wonder if they're going to do a version of the Ringmaster? He would fit in with…"
"I've been watching it. I think I'm 7 or 8 episodes in. Really enjoying it, for all the reasons you mention. I'm also happy to report that Jessica finally has non-rough sex a few episodes in! I was starting to wonder if she was capable…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.