Bronze age of comics

The Bronze Age of DC Comics 1970-1984 by Paul Levitz is one of the latest purchases for my library. It is a huge book in oversize format with over 400+ pages of art. The height of my comic collecting took place between 1981 to 1983 although I had comics in my possession pre-1981, many without their covers, although I don’t remember how I got them. I also read comics from my local library during that time and I remember them being DC horror, mystery, and war titles. Sadly I don’t know if my comics from the 80s are still around.

Camelot 3000 I loved this comic outstanding art and the legend of King Arthur.

DC Comics Present 59 starring Superman and the Legion of Subs this comic was a fun read, IMO fun is missing from current comics but then again the readership sadly is for guys like me in their 40s.

JLA 184 with art by George Perez one of those coverless comics I owned when I was younger.

The Great Darkness Saga from the Legion of Super Heroes this came out during the summer of 1982 and I was deep into comics at that time. I knew there was tons of backstory for the Legion and the New Gods I just did not have access to a comic store that sold back issues.

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