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Simpsons Comics

Simpsons Comics

Creepy Crawly Tales flip-book. Cover art by Bill Morrison. The Amazing Colossal Homer, script by Steve Vance (plot and script) and Cindy Vance (plot), pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Bill Morrison (finishes), inks by Bill Morrison and Tim Bavington; Mr. Burns tests his Rejuvenator Ray on Homer Simpson, resulting in Homer growing to colossal proportions. The Collector!, script by Steve Vance, pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Sondra Roy, inks by Bill Morrison; The Collector accidently locks himself in his comic vault when the butler goes away for the weekend, and must burn his precious comic collection to avoid freezing to death.
Genre: Comedy

Bizarre Thrills

Bizarre Thrills

Phantom Lady's first appearance in the pages of the publisher that became known as AC Comics. DC Comics eventually threatened to sue, believing they owned the rights to Phantom Lady, which forced AC to change the character into Nightveil (also known as the Blue Bulleteer).

The Shadow and Doc Savage

The Shadow and Doc Savage

New York has always been a dangerous city, even as far back as the 1930s. But zombie-esque creatures and ape-like men are big news even for the Big Apple! When a gorgeous dame narrowly escapes their rotting clutches, she sends the bronze-skinned superman Doc Savage on the investigation of his lifetime! Who knows where the trail of corpses will lead? Who knows what evil lurks behind this rash of oddness? Savage isn't sure, but all fingers point to... The Shadow!

Radioactive Man (1993)

Radioactive Man (1993)

"At last--the greatest superhero of all time gets his own comic book," says Bart Simpson, noted comic art connoisseur. Now you can own this classic issue straight out of 1952! Gasp at the amazing origin of the irradiated crusader! Witness the historic battle between Radioactive Man and his archenemy Dr. Crab! Learn the secrets of the Containment Dome, Radioactive Man's hidden headquarters! Meet the women who are vying for Radioactive Man's love! All this plus Commie spies, alien invaders, and much, much more! It's an epic artifact from the Plutonium Age of Comics!

Realworlds: Superman

Realworlds: Superman

Pete befriends Eddie the way street toughs do, strong-arming him into a night of drunken revelry. The next morning, Eddie wakes up with a thunderous hangover and a burning sensation across his chest. Staggering over to the bathroom mirror, he pulls open his shirt to discover the "mark of Superman": a huge tattoo of his comic-book hero's fabled emblem stretching across his chest. REALWORLDS: SUPERMAN follows how Eddie's life is radically altered by the symbol, how he goes from innocent kid to hardened criminal before coming to understand the true meaning of the shield he wears, as it changes from a mark of shame to one of pride.

Itchy & Scratchy Comics

Itchy & Scratchy Comics

"1st issue! Carnage crammed collectors item!"
Genre: Comedy

Bad Girls

Bad Girls

Lauren is the new girl in the mall-and-beach town of San Narciso, California, and though this is her third high school in two years, she's determined to call this one home. But it's not easy finding a place among the cliques of the high-school social hierarchy...especially when the popular girls have super-powers! And what mystery lies beneath the school?

Bartman

Bartman

Adventures of Bart Simpson's super-self, Bartman.

DC Comics Presents: Wonder Woman Adventures

DC Comics Presents: Wonder Woman Adventures

A new, all-ages collection featuring Wonder Woman in action with the Justice League, Green Lantern, Catwoman and Cheetah! Collects ADVENTURES IN THE DC UNIVERSE #1, 3, 11 and 19.

Doc Savage: Curse of the Fire God

Doc Savage: Curse of the Fire God

In the rain forests of South America, the only thing standing between Doc Savage and his injured teammates is two giant, fiery snakes! Can the Man of Bronze save himself, let alone his friends?


Deadman: Dead Again

Deadman: Dead Again

Deadman wanders the streets during the chaos of Crisis on Infinite Earths, doing his part to save lives wherever he can. He is summoned by Rama Kushna and told he is needed for a mission in the antimatter universe. Deadman is then returned to where he was before.   The Flash appears and as he disappears, Deadman dives after him, finding himself appearing in the antimatter universe. Deadman watches as the Flash sacrifices himself, destroying the Anti-Monitor's machine. Deadman escorts the Flash's soul toward a  bright light, which is being guarded by Darius Caldera, who captures the Flash's spirit in a bid for power.

Deadman (2002)

Deadman (2002)

Boston Brand stars in his own ongoing series! Deadman investigates the mysterious death in Cairo of a legless band leader and the discovery that his body itself, being returned to the States for its final rest, holds a secret that threatens to unleash a new kind of horror on the Earth!

Adventures in the DC Universe

Adventures in the DC Universe

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