DC: The New Frontier Vol. 2 PDF
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Dc: The New Frontier Vol. 2

Darwyn Cooke's epic chronicle of DC's Silver Age concludes in this volume collecting issues #4-6 of the miniseries! It's a mystery in space as Superman, the Suicide Squad, and the Challengers of the Unknown encounter a frightening extraterrestrial lifeform! This volume also features sketchbook material by Cooke!...

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Print Length: 208 pages
Publisher: DC Comics (June 18, 2013)
Publication Date: June 18, 2013
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“Sure, there are better superhero books out there, but there aren't many as much fun as Darwyn Cooke's "New Frontier." I generally frown on this kind of rewriting of comix history. It muddles continuity and inspires lesser writers to try to explain th...”