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By Jeffrey Renaud
[amazon_link id=”1401209335″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ][/amazon_link]”National Comics,” perhaps best known as the launching pad for Will Eisner’s superhero Uncle Sam, was an anthology comic book series published by Quality Comics in 1940s. More than 60 years later, DC Comics is now reviving the title with a series of one-shots beginning this month, the first issue of which showcases a character who knows a thing or two about resurrection.
Written by Jeff Lemire (“Animal Man”) and featuring art by Cully Hamner (“Red”), “National Comics: Eternity” #1 delivers a re-imagined version of Kid Eternity, himself a former Quality Comics character sold to DC Comics in 1956, who made his debut in 1942’s “Hit Comics” #25.