The Folio Society have released the ‘DC Comics: The Golden Age’ prestige comic book collection and it is stunning. They are an independent publisher that craft exquisite, illustrated book editions for book lovers of all ages and specialise in the books that have changed the world.
The collection spans 1938-1956 and is filled with characters, stories and comics selected and introduced by formed Editor-In-Chief and DC Comics, Jenette Kahn. The collection includes scans directly from original copies from the DC archives and original artwork from the characters creators. It is bound in printed and blocked metallic cloth and printed and blocked paper and also includes a 68-page facsimile of Action Comics #1 and an art print by Yanick Paquette. It is described as the FIRST instalment in a brand-new series in partnership with DC Comics.
Here’s a look at the stunning collection:
Here’s the official write up by The Folio Society:
“Witness the creation of the world’s first multiverse, when the publisher that would become DC Comics founded the superhero genre as we know it today. The groundbreaking debut adventures of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and more return in Folio’s earth-shattering new collection DC Comics: The Golden Age.”
The Folio Society ‘DC Comics: The Golden Age’ prestige comic collection is priced at £185.00 and the first print is available now from their website.