Things are rough these days at DC Comics, but a few summers ago, there was something special to look forward to every single Wednesday from the formerly stalwart company. DC recruited a bunch of stellar talents, let them loose on characters both obscure and well known, and put them to work in a format that had never quite been attempted before.
It came folded up like a conventional newspaper. Once you unfurled it, it was like the big, full color, Sunday comics. Only on each giant sheet, we got a single page a week from 15 big stories, told in serial format. Usually with a cliffhanger on each page.
It was fun, it was new, it was retro, it was perhaps the greatest experiment with sequential art in recent memory.
Read more about it here.
Buy the incredible, oversize compendium here.