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Taschen Cancels Final Two Volumes Of 75 Years Of DC Comics


75 Years Of DC Comics: The Art Of Modern Mythmaking is an oversized massive volume edited by ex-publisher/president of DC, Paul Levitz.


Taschen decided to serialise – and expand – it into five volumes and had put out out the Golden, Silver and Bronze Age volumes.


But Taschen has decided not to do ahead with publishing the last two volumes, The Dark And and The Modern Age.


 Paul Levitz is posting the new interviews he'd completed for the books on his website — and yes, Paul Levitz has a website. And first up is former DC publisher Jenette Kahn. Remember the people who used to hang around her office…

Jaron Lanier, who invented virtual reality, that incredible writer Tom Wolfe, hip hop spokesperson and architect, Fab Five Freddie, Ice-T…I guess it was a motley crew.

 More to come.

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