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Comic News:
DC Announces 99 Cent Sampler
By Brian Jacks


Fans on a budget have another reason to celebrate. DC Comics has announced that Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Plastic Man will be sharing the spotlight this October in WORLD'S BEST COMICS: THE GOLDEN AGE DC ARCHIVES SAMPLER, a special 48-page collection of some of DC Comics' greatest Golden Age tales. And the cost of this retro enjoyment? A measly 99 cents.

"We've had several retailers suggest a low-priced entry point to our Archives program, so we're happy to offer WORLD'S BEST COMICS," says Bob Wayne, DC's VP — Sales & Marketing. "This will be a terrific tool to introduce new readers to the excitement and thrills of DC's Golden Age comics."

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The stories include:

· "The Construction Conspiracy," written by Jerry Siegel with art by Joe Shuster (originally presented in SUPERMAN #6, September/October 1945 — also available in SUPERMAN ARCHIVES Volume 2, STAR00221)

· "The Riddle of the Missing Card," written by Bill Finger with art by Bob Kane (originally presented in BATMAN #5, Spring 1941 — also available in THE DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES Volume 2, STAR11835)

· "Mission to Planet Eros," written by William Moulton Marston with art by H.G. Peter (originally presented in SENSATION COMICS #11, November 1942 — also available in WONDER WOMAN ARCHIVES Volume 1, STAR07378)

· "The Granite Lady," written and illustrated by Jack Cole (originally presented in POLICE COMICS #51, February 1946 — available in the upcoming PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES Volume 5 [JUL030208], solicited in the July issue of Previews [Volume XIII #7] and scheduled to be in stores on September 10)

WORLD'S BEST COMICS: THE GOLDEN AGE DC ARCHIVES SAMPLER also will include a complete checklist of every DC Archive published to date.

WORLD'S BEST COMICS: THE GOLDEN AGE DC ARCHIVES SAMPLER is a 48-page Special. It will be solicited in the August issue of Previews (Volume XIII #8) and is scheduled to be in stores on October 1 with a cover price of 99 cents U.S.


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