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Collects Giant-Size Conan (1974) #1-4, Conan the Barbarian Annual (1973) #4-5 and material from Savage Sword of Conan (1974) #8, 10.Presenting Marvel’s epic adaptation of Robert E. Howard’s sole Conan novel, The Hour of the Dragon, plus its amazing comic book sequels! The evil Xaltotun has returned from the dark ages of Acheron to depose Conan, King of Aquilonia. But while the world thinks him dead, Conan battles his way from dungeon to tower and mounts an all-out war — for upon usurpers, Conan must mete out a savage vengeance! In the process, he encounters Zenobia, the stunning slave woman who will become a key figure in his future. Classic creators Roy Thomas, Gil Kane and John Buscema bring the gripping story of palace intrigue and eldritch horrors to life — and for the first time ever, the complete saga is presented in full color!
Adapted from the Book by L. Frank Baum and utilizing characterizations from the motion picture masterpiece " The Wizard of Oz." -from the inside cover
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Johnny Blaze, the Ghost Rider, makes his Marvel Masterworks debut! In 1972, one of the most iconic characters in comics history - the flame-skulled Ghost Rider - burned his demonic presence into readers' minds! A legion of fans found themselves addicted to the Rider's combination of hell-on-wheels drama and action-horror adventure. And it all begins here, when Johnny Blaze makes a deal with the devil to save his friend's life. The payment? Transformation into the Ghost Rider! The stories that follow take the horror hero to Hell to battle Satan, pit him against the tempting Witch-Woman and team him with Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan. Written by Gary Friedrich and gloriously illustrated by Mike Ploog, Tom Sutton and Jim Mooney, this iconic series is beautifully restored for this Marvel Masterworks edition! Collecting MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (1971) #5-12 and GHOST RIDER (1973) #1-5.
Driven back into the American interior, the desperate US survivors spawned Project Anthem, creating a handful of young superheroes, some of whose powers and names reflected the words of The Star-Spangled Banner: Dawns Earlylight, Native American super-archeress Stars & Stripes, two twins with very special abilities Rockets & Redglare, a flaming human rocket BombBurst, a very explosive warrior Liberty, a living incarnation of the proud statue the enemy destroyed in New York Harbor and Stonewall Jackson, a living being of rock from south of the Mason-Dixon line. Led by the mysterious Agent 76, they battle the forces that have conquered Europe and Asia and now mean to trample America as the last hold-out of freedom. And they've got the power to do it!...
Months before the first Star Wars movie had even arrived in theaters, Marvel Comics’ STAR WARS #1 hit the stands, and introduced eager readers to a galaxy far, far away! Its cover asked: “Luke Skywalker: Will he save the galaxy or destroy it?” – and inside, readers eager to know the answer joined Luke on the first, fateful steps of his epic journey from the deserts of Tatooine to the very heart of the Rebellion! This opening chapter of Marvel’s adaptation of George Lucas’ cinematic masterpiece features the debuts of some of the most beloved characters in cinematic history – including Princess Leia, R2-D2, C-3PO, and of course, the ruthless enforcer of the Galactic Empire, Darth Vader! It’s one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all! Reprinting STAR WARS (1977) #1.
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Image Comics' archival collections of Jack "King" Kirby's creator-owned work for Pacific Comics continue with Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers! Featuring lovingly reconstructed color work, this deluxe hardcover chronicles the adventures of Captain Victory and his unique crew of galactic rangers as they battle such foes as Lightning Lady, the Wonder Warriors and the ominous Blackmass. A must-have for any Kirby Collector!
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Long ago in a galaxy far, far away... there exists a state of cosmic civil war. A brave alliance of underground freedom fighters has challenged the tyranny and oppression of the awesome Galactic Empire. This is their story!
Imperius Rex! Namor gets the Marvel Masterworks treatment for the first time! Focusing on the Sub-Mariner's Silver Age revival, this deluxe hardcover delivers aquatic action to serious collectors! It's Namor in all his bitter, arrogant glory; fighting underwater threats and surface-dwellers alike!
Collects Star Wars (1977) #1-23 and material from Pizzazz #1-16 and Star Wars Weekly (UK) #60.May the Force be with you, in the mighty Marvel manner! The classic original Star Wars comic-book series begins with an action-packed adaptation of Episode IV A New Hope, then continues the story of Luke Skywalker and his rebel friends as they fight on against the Empire in the dark shadow of Darth Vader! New planets and new perils await — like the Cloud Riders, the Behemoth and the space pirate Crimson Jack. Han and Chewie need six allies to make eight against a world — and one of them will be cult hero Jaxxon! Luke and the droids end up trapped on a Doomworld! And the Big Game will pit rebel against rebel!
"The Day of the Prophet!" Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Tom Sutton. High Evolutionary guest stars. The story continues from Marvel Premiere 2.
The Black Panther is on the prowl as we celebrate Marvel’s 80th anniversary with the return of the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of Marvel’s most impressive talent from the past eight decades. The origin of T’Challa, the warrior king of Wakanda, is explored by Roy Thomas and Frank Giacoia in AVENGERS (1963) #87! Then, Don McGregor and Rich Buckler kick off their seminal Black Panther tale “Panther’s Rage” by introducing the deadly Erik Killmonger in JUNGLE ACTION (1972) #6-7! Plus, meet a new Black Panther for a new era as the brilliant Shuri claims her brother’s cowl in Reginald Hudlin and Ken Lashley’s BLACK PANTHER (2009) #1!
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The X-Men join the celebration of the House of Ideas’ 80th anniversary with the latest issue of the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of Marvel’s most impressive talent from the past eight decades. First, Alex Summers suits up as the man called Havok in X-MEN (1963) #58 — a classic tale of the original X-Men by the legendary team of Roy Thomas and Neal Adams! Then, New Mutants’ Sunspot and Warlock join a ragtag group of teen heroes — plus the mutant lobsters known as Bill and Don — in FALLEN ANGELS #2 by classic creators Jo Duffy and Kerry Gammill! And finally, Storm powerfully reasserts herself as the captured X-Men face execution in Genosha in UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #272 by the superstar team of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee!
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