A while back, Taschen, champions of the coffee table book, released the Eisner Award winning mega-tome 75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Myth-Making. The mammoth volume curated by Paul Levitz came in its own cardboard, suitcase style case. I received it as a gift from the bosses while visiting New York the winter it was first published, and I shuttled the thing the length and breadth of Brooklyn on a harrowing subway misadventure. I eventually reviewed it on the iFanboy video show.
Anyways, Taschen and Levitz are offering some of the same content, newly expanded, in a series of five volumes. They’re organized chronologically by era, starting with the just-released Golden Age covering 1935-1956. Expect volumes on the Silver, Bronze, Dark and Modern Ages in the coming months.
Read more at The Hollywood Reporter.