comics research bibliography: DC Comics

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.

[Unknown.] 1975.
Paul Sampliner, Led Independent News [DC Comics].
New York Times (Jan 8).

[Unknown.] 1990.
DC Comics gives Batman sidekick [new Robin Tim Drake].
Albany Times Union (Oct 26):C7.

[Unknown.] 1992.
After DC Comics disappears him from its pages, Superman will only be faster than a spent bullet.
People Weekly 38(12; Sep 12):148.

[Unknown.] 1993.
It's A Bird, It's A Plane... [DC Comics' Superman].
Business Week (3314; Apr 12):40.

[Unknown.] 1994.
DC Comics Tackles Monumental Project.
Publishing & Production Executive 8(9; Oct):20.

Albano, John and Tony DeZuniga. 1976.
[Jonah Hex story done for Plop!].
Amazing World of DC Comics (13; Nov).

Altaner, David. 1986.
Sagging Superman gets new life: Revamped DC heroes boost comic sales.
Albany Times Union (Oct 27):D1.

Arave, Lynn. 1997.
Man of Steel, King of Seas in for big changes [DC Comics' Superman and Aquaman].
Deseret [UT] News (Jan 6).

Associated Press. 1998.
DC Comics fights for Brainiac name.
Associated Press (Feb 18).

Associated Press. 1999.
Obituaries in the News: John Broome [DC writer].
Associated Press (April 21)

Atchison, Lee. 2000.
Enraptured by a New Vision: Vertigo Visions [DC book review].
Sequential Tart 3 (6; June):

Barr, Mike W. 1999.
The madames & the girls: The DC writers purge of 1968.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 12-17

Beck, C. C. 1992.
The Shazam! Archives Vol. 1.
NY: DC Comics

Benezra, Karen. 1997.
Best Western, DC plot heroic promo.
Brandweek 38(16; Apr 21):4.

Bernardin, Marc. 1999.
Books: Fiction - Veils by Pat McGreal [short DC Comics review].
Entertainment Weekly (April 2): 88

Berry, Michael. 1999.
From Black Magic to Red, White and Blue [review of DC's Uncle Sam].
San Francisco Chronicle (March 14)

Binder, Otto. 1978.
[Excerpts from Marvel Family script never published].
Amazing World of DC Comics (17; Apr).

Bolle, Sonja. 1985.
DC's 50th anniversary celebrates old favorites and new ideas.
Publishers Weekly 228(Dec 6):40.

Bridwell, E. Nelson and Plastino. 1975.
[Man-Bat, Green Arrow, Black Canary and Batman].
Amazing World of DC Comics (5; Mar).

Bridwell, E. Nelson, Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson. 1975.
The Joker's happy victims [Batman story from Kellogg's Pop Tarts giveaway].
Amazing World of DC Comics (8; Sep).

Broadbent, Christopher. 1982.
Detente between the superpowers [Marvel and DC Present X-Men and New Teen Titans].
Orion (2): 8

Colton, David. 2000.
Spirit moves DC to reprint colorful comic book noir [Eisner book review].
USA Today (July 12): 6D

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000.
Beyond DC: Darren J Vicienzo [interview].
Sequential Tart 3 (9; September):

Conway, Gerry and Pablo Marcos. 1976.
Beware the Brotherhood of Crime [rejected story from Secret Society of Super-Villains].
Amazing World of DC Comics (11; Apr).

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
"A quiet pitched battle from day one": Talking with Neal Adams on his hell-raisin' DC days.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 38-40

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Breaking into the ranks: Interview with Marv Wolfman on his early DC days.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 78-80, 97

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Donenfeld's Comics: A talk with Irwin Donenfeld, 1960s DC editorial director.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 23-24, 97

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Gil Kane: Man of Action. A chat about Captain Action and his late '60s DC work.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 36-37

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Like a bat out of hell: Chatting with Bernie Wrightson, DC's monster maker.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 84-87

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Shadows of reality: Dennis O'Neil discusses his years at DC.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 56-63

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Skeating on thin ice: Talking with Steve Skeates about his DC years.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 72-75

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Russ Heath of Easy Co.: Interview with the artist on his DC war comics du ty.
Comic Book Artist Special Edition (1; December): 18-29

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
Mark Hanerfeld: Abel with Cane: The late Assistant Editor on his DC days in a 1998 interview.
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 17-19

Cooke, Jon B. 1998.
Archie's comics: Archie Goodwin talks about DC in his last interview.
Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 68-72

Cusick, Allison. 1994.
Collecting FDCs: Cartoon cachets.
Linn's Stamp News 67(3436; Sep 12):30.

Daniels, Les. 1995.
DC Comics: Sixty years of the world's favorite comic book heroes.
Boston: Little, Brown.

Daniels, Les; Harley, Kevin. 1995.
DC Comics [Review].
New Statesman and Society 8(Dec 15) p. 65.

DC Comics. 1981.
DC Super Heroes Postcard Book.
Deer Park, NY: Mark IV Press.

DC Comics. 2000.
Vertigo Visions [artwork from "The Dreaming," "Swamp Thing," "The Books of Magic."].
Watson-Guptill Publications

Dean, Michael. 1999.
Is DC's Green Lantern copyright vulnerable?
The Comics Journal (217; November): 13-14

Dean, Michael. 2000.
Dark Horse and DC artist Edvin Biukovic dies.
Comics Journal (219; January): 17

Dempsey, John. 2000.
''Deadman'' walking for TNT [DC Comics character movie].
Reuters / Variety (August 22)

Dickholtz, Daniel. 1989.
Writes of passage [Marv Wolfman; George Perez; New Teen Titans DC comic].
Comics Scene (8):22-24, 66.

DiGiovanna, James. 1998.
Twisted [John Callahan interview].
Amazon Books (June 1): an%2Dinterview/002-6087831-4050605.

Evanier, Mark. 1977.
Her Name is Lynda Carter [Wonder Woman TV show].
The Amazing World of DC Comics (15; August).

Evenson, Laura. 1997.
Comics' superpower to turn season's movies into box-office gold: Hollywood raids DC's and Marvel's pantheons for their simple plots and boffo visuals.
San Francisco Chronicle (May 18).

Flage, Karon. 1999.
Notes on a Neil Gaiman Signing. Or, Why I Would Drive an Hour and a Half Through Washington, DC Rush Hour Traffic.
Sequential Tart 2(2; February):

Frank, Jerome P. 1988.
DC Comics is serious about production [Comics Coloring].
Publishers Weekly 234(Oct 7):91-2.

Frankenhoff, Brent. 1998.
The shadow of Crisis and beyond [DC miniseries].
Comics Buyer's Guide (1300; October 16): 32-42, 76-9

Freitag, Steve. 1983.
Australian newspaper magnate Rupert Murdoch attempt Warner takeover [DC parent company].
Comics Journal (87; December): 20

Freitag, Steve. 1983.
DC Merry-go-round.
Comics Journal (87; December): 19-20

Gaiman, Neal and Yoshitaka Amano. 1999.
The Sandman: The Dream Hunters [illustrated novel].
New York: DC Comics

Gaiman, Neil and Yoshitaka Amano. 1999.
Sandman: The Dream Hunters.
New York: DC Comics

Gaiman, Neil. 1999.
Stardust [reissue of DC novel without Vess artwork].
New York: Avon

Gilbert, Michael T. 1998.
Internal affairs: DC in the 1940s. The Gardner Fox letters, part two.
Alter-Ego 2 (2; Summer): 10-13

Giordano, Dick. 1999.
Dick Giordano's rebuttal; Former DC editor responds to Carmine Infantino's commentary [letter].
Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 7

Goulart, Ron. 1989.
The Golden Age: History of DC Comics.
Las Vegas, NV: Pioneer Books.

Greenberger, Robert. 2000.
Project: Blockbuster; Bob Greenberger reveals DC's Charlton Weekly project.
Comic Book Artist (9; August): 110-111

Grossman, Cathy Lynn. 2000.
Bam! Zap! Comic book kids clobber the forces of old [Devin Grayson's Relative Heroes from DC].
USA Today (March 12)

Gwyon, Wyatt. 1977.
Wonder Woman's Strangest Villains [Wonder Woman TV show].
The Amazing World of DC Comics (15; August).

Hadorn, DC, RD Hays, J Uebersax and T Hauber. 1992.
Improving task comprehension in the measurement of health state preferences. A trial of informational cartoon figures and a paired-comparison task.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 45 (3; March): 233-43

Haeseler, Rob. 1998.
Individuals control supply of Bugs uncut press sheet.
Linn's Stamp News (February 2): 1, 30

Hagen, Charles. 1993.
Passion and practicalities in collecting photographs [DC Comics' Jennette Kahn].
New York Times (Jul 9).

Hembeck, Fred. 1999.
Dateline: @!!?* [ say this nightmarish image appeared in a seventie s DC Comic?..]
Comic Book Artist Special Edition (1; December): 65

Herskovitz, Jon. 2000.
Japanese videogamers look beyond Pokemon [animation].
Reuters / Variety (January 2)

Hurtado, Patricia. 2000. Judge deems Charles Atlas case weak [suit against DC Comics for Doom Patrol's Flex Mentallo character].
Newsday (Aug 31): p. A16.

Ivie, Larry. 2000.
DC vs. the Justice Society of America.
Alter Ego 3 (5; Summer): Justice Society section 22-26

Jensen, Jeff. 2000.
Relative Heroes by Dvin Grayson and Yvel Guichet, DC Comics [brief review].
Entertainment Weekly (April ?)

Johnson, Richard with Sean Gannon and Jeanne Macintosh. 1997.
Page Six: Scandals Live in Comics Cavalcade ["The Big Book of Scandal," from Paradox Press (an imprint of DC Comics)].
New York Post (November 8)

Jones, Steve. 2000.
Lee leaps comic book worlds in single bound: Marvel legend forges new saga with rival DC.
USA Today (April 12): 1D-2D

Kalish, Carol and Richard Howell. 1981.
Looking ahead at DC: Roy Thomas [interview].
Comics Feature (11; August): 27-44

Kallies, Christy. 1999.
The Man Who Changed DC's World: Marv Wolfman [interview].
Sequential Tart 2 (6; June):

Kallies, Christy. 1999.
Traveling Through Dreams: Caitlin R. Kiernan [DC Vertigo writer interview].
Sequential Tart 2(2; February):

Kirby, Jack. 1974.
[In the Days of the Mob story].
Amazing World of DC Comics (1).

Kirby, Jack. 1976.
The getaway car [story from In the Days of the Mob(?)].
Amazing World of DC Comics (10; Jan).

Knowles, Chris. 1999.
Invasion from the Philippines: A brief survey of the great '70s Filipino artists at DC.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 92-96

Labbe, Rob. 1997.
Totally comics [DC Comics' Starman and others; adult-oriented comics].
Waterville [ME] Sentinel (Dec 14).

Lobo, Erik. 1998.
Dive with the Sea Devils [DC Comics series].
Planet X (2): 59

Maggin, Elliot S. 1998.
Kingdom Come [novel adaptation of DC Comics' series].
New York: Warner.

Mapes, Rob. 1996.
DC CD-ROM Comic Books [review].
Computer Life 3(12; Dec):195.

Marcus, Greil. 1998.
My country, 'tis of whom [DC's Uncle Sam series]?
New York Times (Feb 9).

Martin, Maurice. 1994.
Armored and Dangerous [DC's Steel].
Washington Post Magazine (Apr 10):9.

Mayer, Sheldon. 1976.
[Sugar and Spike; two 1-pagers].
Amazing World of DC Comics (13; Nov).

Mazmanian, A. 1995.
DC Comics: 60 Years of the World's Most Famous Comic Book Heroes [review of book by L. Daniels].
Library Journal 120(20):99.

McGreal, Pat, Stephen John Phillips, Rebecca Guay and Jose Villarrubia. 1999.
Veils [photonovel].
New York: DC Comics

McLauchlin, Jim. 1997.
Bumming around [DC's Major Bummer].
Wizard (72; Aug).

Merle, Renae. 1997.
Riddle Me This: Fight is Not a Joke [Warner/DC suit against band with Batman villain Riddler quote for a name].
Albany Times Union (Jun 21).

Migdail, Erik. 1996.
They were heroes [review of DC Comics: Sixty Years of the World's Greatest Comic Book Heroes by L. Daniels].
Print 50(6; Nov):28J.

Moench, Doug, 1998.
Super Heroes Stamp Album - Book I (1900 to 1909)
New York: United States Postal Service and DC Comics.

Morrow, Terry. 2000.
Super heroine does some super bonding [Geoff Johns and DC's "Stars and Stripes"].
Knoxville News-Sentinel (February 25)

Motter, Dean. 1999.
The Prisoner that was: Artist / designer Dean Motter on DC's Prisoner adaptation.
Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 79

Murphy, B. Keith. 1999.
DC Comics and the Construction of Place: Representations of Ideology Through Setting.
Discourse and Representation: The Eighth International Conference on Narrative, Lexington, KY (November)

Musgrove, Mike. 1998.
Graphic novels [DC Comics' Kingdom Come and Preacher: Proud Americans reviews].
Chicago Sun-Times (Jan 8):4.

Musgrove, Mike. 1998.
Graphic novels [DC Comics' Kingdom Come and Preacher: Proud Americans reviews].
Washington Post Book World (Jan 11):4.

Neumeister, Larry. 2000.
Atlas Finds No Humor in Parody [sued DC Comics over "Flex Mentallo"].
Associated Press (August 30)

Neumeister, Larry. 2000.
Comic Parody Lawsuit Dismissed [Charles Atlas sued DC Comics over "Flex Mentallo"].
Associated Press (August 31)

New York Times editorial staff. 1986.
Dear DC Comics [Superman].
New York Times (June 11)

Oldenburg, Don / Washington Post . 2000.
It takes more than superheroes to sell comics [Marvel and DC attempt to appeal to younger children].
Bergen [NJ] Record (June 28): YT-4

Oldenburg, Don. 2000.
Targeting Today's Kids With the New Comics [Marvel and DC attempt to appeal to younger children].
Washington Post (June 19): C4

Oleck, Jack and Mike Grell. 1976.
The alien among us [Mike Grell's first DC story(?)].
Amazing World of DC Comics (12; Aug).

O'Neil, Dennis, ed. 1976.
Secret origins of the super DC heroes.
New York: Harmony Books.

Park, DC, JT Puglisi and M Sovacool. 1984.
Picture memory in older adults: effects of contextual detail at encoding and retrieval [using cartoons].
Journal of Gerontology 39 (2): 213-5

Patten, Marc. 1998.
What's up with Wildcat?
Comics Buyer's Guide (1300; October 16): 86-7

Potter, Valerie. 1992.
Big changes at DC Comics: Superman, R.I.P.; DC / Image crossover; Editorial changeup.
Comics Journal (153; October): 26

Potter, Valerie. 1992.
DC allied with Milestone Media [black creators].
Comics Journal (153; October): 26-27

Potts, Mark. 1992.
Superman's last leap; With sales sagging, DC Comics prepares to seal superhero's fate.
Washington Post (September 5): D1, 3

Radford, Bill. 1999.
The comic fan: [DC] Millennium Editions feature classics.
Colorado Springs Gazette (November 14)

Radford, Bill. 1999.
The Comic Fan: Comic capitals get fresh look in new millennium [DC].
Colorado Springs Gazette (December 26)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
The Comic Fan: 'Big Book' explores turbulent decade in American history [DC Comics 'The Big Book of the '70s' and Eisner's 'The Spirit Archives'].
Colorado Springs Gazette (June 11)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
The Comic Fan: Joker gets his own story line [DC / Dark Horse miniseries].
Colorado Springs Gazette (May 21)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
Goodbyes weigh heavily on comics [DC Comics writers Waid, Marz and Morrison; Stan Lee].
Colorado Springs Gazette (April 16)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
Comics fan: [DC Comics] 'Realworlds' series portrays fantasy in everyday settings.
Colorado Springs Gazette (February 27)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
Comics set for urban renewal [DC's Metropolis and Gotham in Superman and Batman comic books].
Bergen Record (January 3)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
The Comic Fan: Fun of Silver Age blasts back to now [DC Comics miniseries ].
Colorado Springs Gazette (April 23)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
The Comic Fan: 'Man of Two Worlds' begs for a sequel [autobiography of Julius Schwartz, DC Comics editor].
Colorado Springs Gazette (August 20)

Radford, Bill. 2000.
The Comic Fan: New books pay comics serious tribute ["Comic Book Culture: An Illustrated History" by Ron Goulart and "Vertigo Visions" by DC Comics].
Colorado Springs Gazette (July 16)

Redeker, Kim. 1998.
Ka-Blam! Webster Artist Has Heroic Challenge Of Drawing Superman, Batman For Pages Of DC Comics
[St. Louis, MO] Webster-Kirkwood Times (October 9)

Redeker, Kim. 1998.
Ka-Blam! Webster Artist Has Heroic Challenge Of Drawing Superman, Batman For Pages Of DC Comics [Rick Burchett]
[St. Louis, MO] Webster-Kirkwood Times (October 9)

Reed, David and Ramona Fradon. 1976.
Through the ringer [story fetauring comic writer named Phil Binger from House of Mystery].
Amazing World of DC Comics (10; Jan).

Reid, Calvin. 1995.
500 Walden stores to feature DC Comics.
Publishers Weekly 242(Feb 27):32.

Reynold, Eric. 1999.
Mystery in Space [DC Comics review].
Comics Journal (218; December): 150

Reynolds, Eric. 1999.
Miscellanous news: Rock, Rock, Rock 'n' Roll High School [from Cosmic Comics]; Mirage folds comics line; DC gives credit to retailers; No end to paper crunch in sight; Mason, Ulm leave Malibu; Underground Manga from FBI; Rick Geary wins Reuben Award; STV acquires competitor; Founder of Cartoon Art Museum retires; Wizards cut off Heroes World; Bongo Halloween Special.
Comics Journal (179; August): 24-25

Rodman, Larry. 1999.
Big Curiousity Shop [DC's Paradox Press book reviews].
Comics Journal (212; May): 47-52

Rogers, Brent Clark. 199?.
The Brent Clark Rogers Guide to the DC Universe.
Shelby, MI: Brent Clark Rogers.

Rosenberger, John and Dick Dillin. 1977.
The day time broke loose [4 pages intended for Wonder Woman #217; never completed by Rosenberger due to his death; compared with corresponding pages by Dillin].
Amazing World of DC Comics (15; Aug).

Salek, Rebecca. 2000.
The Huntress and the Hunted [DC Batman spin-off].
Sequential Tart 3 (4; April):

Saltarella, Jeffery. 1985.
The Day After Doomsday! [DC post-atomic war filler].
Amazing Heroes (85; December 15): 48-49

Sangiacomo, Mike. 1998.
On comics [DC comic Preacher: Cassidy - Blood and Whiskey].
Cleveland Plain Dealer (Jan 22).

Sangiacomo, Mike. 1998.
On comics [DC comics The Spectre, The Flash, and Wonder Woman].
Cleveland Plain Dealer (Jan 8).

Schwartz, Alvin. 1998.
An Unlikely Prophet: Revelations on the Path Without Form [Semi-autobiographical work by golden age DC Superman & Batman writer].
Divina/MacMurray & Beck.

Schwartz, Julius and Martin Nodell(?). 1974.
Safety first [Green Lantern story].
Amazing World of DC Comics (3; Nov).

Skeates, Steve, Steve Ditko and Wally Wood. 1976.
The Gnark is Coming.
Amazing World of DC Comics (13; Nov).

Smith, Andrew. 1999. [gorillas and their long and distinguished history on the covers of DC Comics].
Brockton, MA Enterprise (July 5)

Smith, Andrew. 1996.
Marvel and DC square off in comics warfare [Marvel vs. DC crossover].
Kansas City Star (Feb 19).

Smith, Evan. 1996.
Reporter [Winter Brothers and DC's Vertigo Comics].
Texas Monthly 24(4; Apr 1):24.

Smith, Sid. 1999.
Del Close: Actor-Director was in Vanguard of Improvisation [obituary; co-wrote DC Comics' Wasteland].
Chicago Tribune (Mar 5).

Spinner, Jackie. 1999.
Countdown to Opening of Six Flags: Park's coasters are just about ready to roll. [Warner Brothers and DC Comics licensing of characters including Batman].
Washington Post (April 29): VA7

Spinner, Jackie. 1999.
Six Flags park plans major expansion: Largo neighbors wary of noise, traffic increases [Warner Brothers and DC Comics licensing of characters including Batman].
Washington Post (April 29): B2

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998.
Industry rocked by changes [DC / Wildstorm merger; Marvel staff cuts; Kitchen Sink firings; Gladstone drops Disney].
Comics Journal (208; November): 5-8

Stern, Christopher. 2000.
All hyped up about Harry: Merchandisers getting ready to profit from 'Potter' magic [Warner / DC claims 1 billion dollars on Batman licensing].
Washington Post (June 20): E1, 5

Stewart, Tom. 1998.
Ruining the West & loving it [DC's Bat Lash].
Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 16-17

Stuever, Hank. 2000.
Superheroes' last stand: Can reality save them from their archenemy, the vanishing reader? [DC Comics postmodern miniseries, 'Realworlds'].
Washington Post (May 6): C1, 4

Sullivan, John. 2000.
Charles Atlas trademark lawsuit against DC Comics is held as a legal weakling.
New York Times (August 31): A19

Swan, Curt and Stan Kaye(?). 1975.
Duel in space [Superman story from 1955 Kellogg's mini-comic].
Amazing World of DC Comics (7; Jul).

Tollin, Anthony. 1997.
Superman on Radio.
Schiller Park, IL: Radio Spirits, Inc and Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press

Tong, Ng Suat. 1999.
Getting Short: Gangland [DC Comics Vertigo anthology review].
Comics Journal (212; May): 37-9

Toth, Alex. 1999.
Alex Toth: Before I Forget; On Frank Robbins, DC Comics' Batman and The Shadow.
Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 32-34

Toth, Alex. 1999.
Alex Toth: Before I Forget - The artist discusses his '70s DC Comics work.
Comic Book Artist Special Edition (1; December): 30-35

Tucker, Ken. 1996.
Extreme comix [review of DC/Vertigo's Preacher].
Entertainment Weekly (Jun 28).

Unknown. 1967.
Kinney plans to acquire National Periodical [DC] in exchange of stock.
Wall Street Journal (July 24)

Unknown. 1968.
Kinney National [DC] acquistion.
Wall Street Journal (March 27)

Unknown. 1981.
DC raises price to 60 cents; adds pages.
Comics Feature (11; August): 14

Unknown. 1981.
Gene Colan leaves Marvel for DC, will pencil Batman, Wonder Woman and The Phantom Zone.
Comics Feature (11; August): 13-14

Unknown. 1999.
[DC Comics Millennium Editions].
Atlanta Journal (December 2)

Unknown. 1999.
[DC Comics Millennium Editions].
Dayton Ohio News (November 20)

Unknown. 1999.
[DC Comics Millennium Editions].
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (November 25)

Unknown. 1999.
[DC Vertigo miniseries Finals writer Will Pfeifer].
Rockford, IL Register Star (October 16)

Unknown. 1999.
[profile of DC's America's Best Comics "Top 10" lesbian metacop].
[Miami Beach] TWN (August 18)

Unknown. 2000.
[article on DC Fall Fashion Insert, which was illustrated by Paul Pope].
Brandweek (July 17)

Unknown. 2000.
[article on DC in 2000].
Atlanta Journal Constitution (January 1)

Unknown. 2000.
[DC Comics' Paradox Press "The Big Book of the 70s"].
[Owensburg, NY] Messenger-Inquirer (July 2)

Unknown. 2000.
[DC's "gems" of 1999, mentioning GON, 100 Bullets, Batman: No Man's Land, Batman: War on Crime, Planetary, the Authority, Wildcats, and all the America's Best Comics titles].
Cleveland Plain-Dealer (January 1)

Unknown. 2000.
[DC's "urban renewal" of Metropolis and Gotham in Superman and Batman com ic books].
Baltimore Sun (January 1)

Unknown. 1992.
A sad day at DC Comics, as the staff mourns the world's superhero [Superman].
New York Times (November 19): B22

Various. 1995.
LuluPalooza hits Berkeley in April [Friends of Lulu]; Kitchen Sink names directors; 500 Walden stores to feature DC Comics; Classic comic art set for auction; The Jewish Museum celebrates comics medium.
Comics Journal (175; March): 31

Vega-Rasner, Lauren. 1998.
Inside the House of Vertigo [internet mailing list on DC imprint].
Sequential Tart 1(2; November):

Von Bauer. 1944.
Learning to live with others [illustrated by Wyncie king].
New York: DC Heath.

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 19??.
Dark Regiment [non-comics pulp novel by DC Comics publisher].

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 19??.
Honors of War [non-comics pulp novel by DC Comics publisher].

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 19??.
Lost Legions [non-comics pulp novel by DC Comics publisher].

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 1929.
House of the Dogs [non-comics pulp novel by DC Comics publisher].
Adventure (January)

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 1930.
The Baldassare Ruby [non-comics pulp story by DC Comics publisher].
Argosy (July 5): 456-87

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 1939.
Sword for Hire [non-comics pulp novel by DC Comics publisher].
Adventure (May): 7-38

Wheeler-Nicholson, Malcolm. 1941.
What's wrong with our army and how we can correct it [non-comics article by DC Comics publisher].
Look 5 (16, August 12): 13-15

Wilonsky, Robert. 2000.
Fatman and slobbin': DC Comics places its superheroes in the RealWorlds.
Dallas Observer (April 20).
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