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DC Comics BONUS BOOKS & Insert Prevues

Welcome to our page collecting all of our Insert Prevue and Bonus Book! Discussions.  I apologize for the lackluster makeshift image above… 

First, the have the Insert Prevue-era (1980-1985), wherein DC Comics introduced new concepts, characters, and creations!  They are organized below in the order in which they were released.  Just click a cover to be taken to the discussion piece!  In the interest of completionism, I’ve included some chatter on the Insert Prevue that never was... Pandora Pann!

Next, the actual Bonus Book! era (1988-1989), which put more of an emphasis on introducing New Talent, rather than properties!  There will be a few notable and recognizable creators within these pages!  As with those above, just click the covers to check out the chatter!

And… Extra Inserts:

5 thoughts on “DC Comics BONUS BOOKS & Insert Prevues

  • Greg White

    I, ve read all 13 of the DC bonus books.
    I enjoyed all of them.
    They were all well-drawn and well-written.

    • Thanks for stopping by, Greg!

      The BONUS BOOKS/Insert Prevues were a blast to cover here… definitely one of the lesser-discussed bits of DC Comics history, and probably the best way to introduce new writers and new concepts to the wider comics reading audience!

      Thanks again for visiting and taking the time to reach out!

  • Greg White

    I think DC should
    gather up all 13 DC Bonus Books in the order in which they came out
    release them in graphic novel form and call it the DC Bonus Books collection.

  • Greg White

    Please suggest to DC they collect all 13 bonus books together in the order in they came out
    and release them in graphic novel form calling it the DC Bonus Books collection.
    I might suggest this at a comic con I plan to attend in Saskatoon.

  • Greg White

    If they ever bring back the DC bonus books
    Maybe they,ll address Pregnancy and Childbirth
    having the superheroes rescue an expecting mother from danger
    or get her to the Maternity ward so she can give birth to her baby or babies
    if the pregnancy is a multiple birth.


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