I remember nothing about Dark Victory’s story, enjoyed Daredevil: Yellow but again mostly just remember the gorgeous Sale art. Almost everything else of the few other things I’ve read from Loeb since were on the wrong side of bad, writing-wise.
I have Kingdom Come to read to! And I'm not a historic DC reader!
DKR has aged fine imo. It's utterly superb. Having to pace myself. Some way in already and only started reading it last night. The scene where the President is talking to someone who you come realise is Superman as the American flag slowly morphs into the Superman symbol is probably the best individual piece of comic art I've ever seen. I'd heard Superman was in it, but wasn't sure, and I like seeing them together, so it was a tremendous realisation.
I was the one who let you know, I was your sorry ever after, '84, '85. Give me new toys and I'll decide, but I'm really only after, '84, '85.
I'd be surprised if it hadn't aged well, it was already ~12 years old when I first read it and it felt fresh to me. I have a feeling the really groundbreaking stuff always does in some important way - I remember reading Lee / Ditko Spider-Man for the first time, and obviously it's sort of "of its time" but at the same time you can feel that it was something new and exciting.
And much as I say I haven't reread DKR in a long time, I have occasionally got it off the shelf just to gawp at the art.
Martin is steadily working his way through the Adam West Batman TV series.
My mind continues to be boggled at the series' high production values, in terms of sets, costumes, fight choreography, star actors, you name it. And they made 120 episodes over three years! HOW??
I am amused when modern producers say it is "too hard" (hello, Chinball) to do more than a few episodes of a show a year or to even have episodes out each year when the producers of shows up until the 90's could churn dozens of them out a year!