#164 was the first issue of his then only-to-be 6 issue stint. Sadly, it has since gone uncollected.
just wanna make sure ive got the whole thing.
thanks pallyOriginally Posted by Benjamin BABABOOEY SIMPSON
i don't really care for DC's trade program. They're pretty decent with Wildstorm, ABC, and Vertigo, but the regular DC books are a definite disappointment. Oh well. I guess I can just read the issuesOriginally Posted by Benjamin BABABOOEY SIMPSON
...not too sure what the point of this post was
Originally Posted by I Heart John Galt
i completely agree. and if dc dosent wise up it could mean their buisness. for real. marvel is seeing money that dc isnt because of their top of the line trade production.
i have another question and i thought it would be silly to start another thread, ive been wanting to read the new jsa book for a while but ive noticed theres lots of miniseries involved. can i start at issue one or do i need to read some other thing first. im just interested in the chronology of it. thanks.
I disagree, I think DC has definitley stepped up more recently, and also, that's just not how they want to do business. I remember a quote from Dido where he mentioned he wants the DC books to be MUST READS, to get people not to wait for the trades, and I've found that's more and more the case for me with DC. But if you look at current DC trade offerings, many of their main books are fairly caught up in terms of trades, Flash, JLA, JSA, Batman, Superman, the Countdown TPBs are on their way. 2 or 3 years ago DC felt a little behind, but I think it's much better now. They've nailed (for me, at least) a great timeline between issue release and trades. That's not to say it's perfect for all books, Gotham Central being a main one.Originally Posted by anthony the ghost
You can start at vol. 1 and read through vol. 9 with no problem. The Golden Age is an (apparently) out of continuity mini-series from years ago, Justice Society Returns was basically to drum up interest before "JSA" launched, and JSA All-Stars is more periphial, with no huge bearing on current events other than the fact that it featured basically the same lineup.Originally Posted by anthony the ghost
thanks alot man. youre a real help.Originally Posted by Benjamin BABABOOEY SIMPSON
i love golden age, its one of my favorite superhero comics.
you could very well be right about that, i havent actually looked into dc trades since last christmas and i remember i wasnt impressed. i like to stick with issues if its at all possible.Originally Posted by Benjamin BABABOOEY SIMPSON