KC Continues His History of Comic Storytelling

Following up on KC’s massive history of comic writing, the second column in the series has been posted at Westfield. In this installment, he acknowledges the many contributions of Len Wein, explores DC’s history of aborted changes, culminating in the DC Implosion, looks at the evolution of business factors, and remembers some classics of comic journalism.

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  1. Comic Storytelling in the 1980s » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] latest installment exploring the history of comic storytelling — previously, part one, part two — moves into the 1980s. Only the first half, though, because as you know, 1986 is the most [...]

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