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DC Universe: Legacies Paperback – May 15, 2012
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About the Author
Comics, TV, and movie writer Len Wein began his career in comics 40 years ago. He has been editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics, Disney Comics, and Top Cow, as well as a senior editor at DC Comics. He is the co-creator of comic book series Swamp Thing, Human Target, Brother Voodoo, Wolverine, and the New X-Men. His new feature-length screenplay of Swamp Thing is currently in development with Silver Pictures, and he has also written the screenplay for Whirlwind, a new super-heroine for POW! Entertainment. He is currently at work on several other projects.
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Top Customer Reviews
Following the compilation of the main story is a series of ten additional stories labelled "Snapshots", which appeared supplementary to the main story. These present new adventures of various DCU heroes set within the timeframe of the various issues and often include retcons that satisfactorily conclude unresolved story points and/or revise historical details in need of updating after DC's various manipulations of the time stream/continuity from Crisis On Infinite Earths on-wards.
Overall, its a good read (especially some of the "Snapshots") for long-time fans, though I don't know if casual fans of the comics would get much enjoyment out of the book or have the knowledge to access the almost eighty-year history of DC Comics that Wein and his art team taps into.
This is not a book to be missed!
I'd go an extra half star if possible, for having the guts to go with what I'd call a bummer ending after all that Gold and Silver Age nostalgia.