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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

A new dimension

I’m a bit behind on my comics reading, since I missed my weekly trip to the comic book store last week. But I read “Action Comics” No. 851 last night, written by Geoff Johns and “Superman” director Richard Donner and illustrated by Adam Kubert. It’s the one that’s largely in 3-D, and it’s definitely worth a look. The 3-D effects are fun and even serve the story, which is set in the Phantom Zone. According to DC, the world’s first 3-D comic, “Mighty Mouse 3-D,” was published in September 1953. The artist? The legendary Joe Kubert, Andy’s dad.


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