Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
In honor of Superman’s 75th Anniversary, we just did a poll on who you think is the definitive Superman writer of all-time. I went with pretty much every writer who had extensive runs on the character (plus writers who wrote especially notable shorter stories). Since I had to keep the list relatively short, I omitted the writers from the so-called “lost decade” of 1948-58. No offense to the fine work that Bill Woolfolk, Don Cameron, Alvin Schwartz and Bill Finger did in those years.
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