silver age

NOUN
  1. (classical mythology) the second age of the world, characterized by opulence and irreligion; by extension, a period secondary in achievement to a golden age
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  • Growing old in, and with, Japan "on the Click Opera blog, Nick Currie (aka Momus) lists several points of what could be" a silver lining to Japan's likely silver age "but concludes that realistically," Japan will get cheaper, smaller, poorer, purer, wiser, more itself. "review [en] of a decade of Japanese music by W. David MARX at Néojaponisme. Global Voices Online
  • As an important cultural icon of Silver Age in Russia, D. Merezhkovsky is an influential religious philosophy thinker and founder of poetic symbolism.
  • As an important cultural icon of Silver Age in Russia, D. Merezhkovsky is an influential religious philosophy thinker and founder of poetic symbolism.
  • The Thunderbolt who heralded the Silver Age with his 1956 revival had his particles accelerated to the speed of light by blue omicron rays ... but that's another story. Archive 2010-01-01
  • Some of the first stories that made a big impression of me were from the Silver Age of the 1950s that were just being anthologized when I was a kid growing up in the 1960s. MIND MELD: Memorable Short Stories to Add to Your Reading List (Part 2 of 2)
  • By the early 1980’s, many writers who had grown up on Bulwark’s Silver Age books relied on those reprints to show readers the previous incarnations of characters as they used them in alternate universe cross-over stories. The Codex Continual » Bulwark Comics: The Silver Age
  • Also noteworthy, but a little more limited in scope, is Waid and Barry Kitson's JLA: Year One miniseries, which featured a team-up with the Doom Patrol and incorporated other Silver Age stalwarts like the Challengers of the Unknown and the Blackhawks. Every generation throws a hero up the pop charts | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Lovingly illustrated by the late, great Mr. Frazetta and terrifically written by the equally great Gardner Fox, who went on to pen so many classic Silver Age stories for DC Comics and others, this initial story details how aviator Roger Drum became the man known as Thun'da. Archive 2010-05-01
  • A famous poet in the Russian Silver Age number of remarkable poems with a unique style.
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