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Reader Scott wrote in with a question that I thought it would be nice to answer, so enjoy!
While “The Dark Knight Returns” is hailed today as a turning point in comics, along with Watchmen, what exactly was the critical response to it at the time of it’s release. I’ve looked around a little, but what I’ve seen is mostly “Looking Back” type reviews.
I know that there weren’t any blogs in ’86, but there were still magazines and fanzines. Was it always loved? What were the criticisms 22 years ago?
Both series were great successes (commercially and critically) right off the bat.
“Instant classics,” if you would.
Watchmen perhaps a bit more than Dark Knight.
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