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Catch up on his original adventures with DEADMAN, VOL. 1. Collecting his first appearance and storyline from STRANGE ADVENTURES #205-213, this volume features Boston Brand’s very first mission: seek vengeance on his own murderer. DEADMAN, VOL. 1 comes from the classic creative teams of Neal Adams, Jack Miller, Carmine Infantino, and Arnold Drake.
Out of the Silver Age of Comics came a very different comic book team, featuring a new breed of superheroes. Cast out of society due to their deformities, the Doom Patrol were a group of misfit loners not blessed, but cursed, with unnatural powers. These human oddities—Elasti-Girl, Negative Man, Robotman and the Chief—save the world one strange case at a time.See them take on such equally bizarre villains like the undying criminal mastermind General Immortus, shape-shifting Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man, the Brotherhood of Evil and more!Doom Patrol: The Silver Age Volume One kicks off Arnold Drake and Bruno Premiani’s beloved series with tales from My Greatest Adventure #80-85 and The Doom Patrol #86-95.
Continued from the series The Fox and the Crow. It retained the original numbering of The Fox and the Crow but only lasted for four issues in 1968. It was published bi-monthly by National Periodical Publications, Inc (DC Comics).
A freewheeling collection of Plastic Man stories spanning three decades! Reprinting stories from POLICE COMICS #1, POLICE COMICS #13, HOUSE OF MYSTERY #160, PLASTIC MAN VOL. 2 #1 and PLASTIC MAN VOL. 2 #11. Featuring the origin and first appearance of Plastic Man, Woozy Winks and much more!
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Showcase kicked off its 22 year run with an unusual choice of lead character - Fireman Farrell. Although admired by many boys, firefighters never caught in in comics (unlike cowboys, astronauts and police officers - all of whom were staple comic fare) - and Farrell was no exception.
Plastic Man - who was revealed as the Golden Age Plastic Man's son, Eel O' Brien Jr - wouldn't enjoy and extended run, however. After only 10 issues, Plastic Man unfortunately bounced into creative limbo for a decade.
Shot during a performance, trapeze artist Boston Brand dies, only to find that his spirit lives on with the ability to inhabit the bodies of others; By the will of Rama Kushna his spirit will walk among the living until his killer is found. How Arnold Drake co-created Deadman. An Eye for an Eye!, script by Carmine Infantino (plot) and Jack Miller, pencils by Neal Adams, inks by George Roussos; Lorna's criminal brother Jeff shows up at the circus eager to get his hands on the insurance money from Boston Brand's death, and Deadman suspects him of the murder. How Carmine Infantino co-created Deadman