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What's with the repeated stories? Print E-mail
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As you go through the gallery of comic covers, you'll no doubt notice a few instances where two different covers featuring the exact same story are juxtaposed together. Now I've not been able to confirm this, but I'm told that these are in fact not reprints, just that the same premise got recycled a few months later.

Why would they do this? Apparently the rationale was that in any given year the comic title will have a near completely new audience compared to the one it had last year, so they felt free to reuse story ideas because it was all new to their current readership. And we're not talking about a simple rehash of a broad idea like "Lois gets married" or "Lois gets superpowers," we're talking about specific plots like "Jimmy gets his brain switched with a gorilla's," or "Jimmy gets turned into a werewolf."

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