A Story I've Always Wanted to Share . . . DC offices, Midtown Manhattan, Late Spring of 1987
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As “ the dark knight “ was already published by 1987- i was going to guess the other big 2 storylines 

Killing joke 

death in the family 

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8 minutes ago, Old_Man_Adam said:

As “ the dark knight “ was already published by 1987- i was going to guess the other big 2 storylines 

Killing joke 

death in the family 

Here's one of the boards . . .

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25,268 posts

wow, very cool

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Thanks for sharing.

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Very cool story. 

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Mike Carlin seems like a really good guy. How was he to work for?

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Great story. 

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Excellent story upon your eye-catching experience. My experience on that story was stunningly shocked.  Thanks for sharing your story with us.

Edited by JollyComics

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Great story! That must of been a great experience and even though your in law now, at least you have this awesome, fun and cool story to remember of when you interned at DC. :headbang:

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11 hours ago, theCapraAegagrus said:

This story is one of the best things to happen in Comics General in a while.

 

8 hours ago, Krismusic said:

Great story! That must of been a great experience and even though your in law now, at least you have this awesome, fun and cool story to remember of when you interned at DC. :headbang:

Thanks.  Yeah, it really was a nerdy comic kid's dream.  Even though it was 30 years ago, the memory still makes me happy.  Meeting comic legends, softball games in Central Park against Marvel (followed by being treated to hamburgers and beers by the editors), the free comics, being able to pull books from DC's comics library (they had mechanized movable stacks like you see in some public library, and every comic DC ever published was in a bound volume -- although I think someone had ripped out and stolen Action Comics #1).

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