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Prior to 1990 when the swimsuit specials got their own series numbered by year, issues of the main Amazing Heroes series were designated on their covers as Swimsuit Specials also, though they retained the continuous numbering.
Masked men, lawmen, dudes, owlhoots and vigilantes! From the battle of the Alamo to the dusty streets of Tombstone, the men and women of the West that was are finally unearthed in this scrapbook of memories from the personal collection of the modern day Phantom Rider! Featuring entries on the Black Rider, Tex Dawson, Gunhawk, Kid Colt, the Masked Raider, the Outlaw Kid, the Phantom Rider, the Rawhide Kid, the Steam Rider, the Two-Gun Kid and more!
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- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Compiled and designed by Mike Higgs. Reprints the entire The Monster Society of Evil story arc that ran for two years from Captain Marvel Adventures #22-46 (from 1943 to 1945) where Captain Marvel meets Mister Mind and his Monster Society of Evil. This oversized, slipcased hardcover book was strictly limited to 3,000 numbered copies.
The irreverent MAD Magazine has been the leading force of satirical comedy since 1952. Represented by their iconic mascot Alfred E. Neuman, MAD has been skewering all aspects of pop culture and politics for decades to create more than 550 issues, bookazines and original paperbacks. Now the magazine is relaunching with an (un)Usual Gang of Idiots to bring you a heaping helping of fresh spoofs and goofs.
The SCRIMSHAW saga continues with a brand-new mini-series and the perfect jumping-on point for new readers! Hans and the crew of the Runaway Horse set sail for America. Their new mission: break into the fortified military installation at Nuevo Alamo and take the head of the New Republic of Texas.
AHOY Comics' snarky anthology/desecration of Edgar Allan Poe returns for a new season-beginning with the ultimate Poe mashup! In Dean Motter's "The Tell-Tale Black Cask of Usher," the drink-addled writer falls prey to his own horrific imagination. Hunt Emerson offers another slapstick "Poe and the Black Cat." A selection of horrific prose and pictures rounds out the issue. Painted cover by Richard Williams (MAD).
- Issue #1 (5 days ago)
Witness what hides within the Sinister House-the DCU’s most horrific secrets and mysteries! Travel alongside Harley Quinn, John Constantine, Detective Chimp, Zatanna, the Atom and others as they face this macabre devastation firsthand! And in the bowels of this dark mansion…we return to the world of the legendary Red Rain to meet once again with the dreaded vampire Batman. Don’t miss this year’s DC Halloween special-because if you do, it’ll haunt you!
- Issue # Full (5 days ago)
A collection of new short stories and art by some of the best in the business including LUKE PEARSON, the creator of the Netflix show Hilda, and a cute whimsical story by The Great British Bake Off finalist KIM-JOY. This anthology is part of the United Kingdom’s Thought Bubble Festival which takes place in Yorkshire, Northern England from November 4-10, 2019. All profits from this comic go to Barnardo’s, one of the largest children’s charities in the UK.
But that only whetted reader's appetites - and so came their first headlining series in Amazing Adventures! Launched by writer/artist Jack Kirby, the new series took the Inhumans to their roots, defending their kingdom against the aggressions of mankind - especially against the ultimate threat of the Mandarin...
Take a trip through the workshop of several imaginary Tony Starks as you feast your eyes on a mind-bending array of Iron Man armors built from some very far out disciplines - steampunk, Spaghetti Westerns and World War II-era aeronautics, to name just a few! This special one-shot collects all 26 covers, with commentary from the creators themselves - including top Marvel cover artists Marko Djurdjevic, Skottie Young, Adi Granov and Mike Perkins; acclaimed animators Ronnie del Carmen (Finding Nemo, Up, WALL-E), Genndy Tartakovsky (Dexter's Laboratory, Samurai Jack) and Bill Presing (Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher, Up, Ratatouille); indie illustrators Christian Nauck, John Tyler Christopher and Frederic Genet; and album cover artist Alan Aldridge (Elton John, Rolling Stones). It's an explosion of creativity by some of the art world's most brilliant artists on one of Marvel's most innovative characters!
- Issue # Full (13 days ago)
Marvel's bulletproof man is back! The Marvel Masterworks proudly present the evolution of Luke Cage, Hero for Hire, into his new identity: Power Man! It's a series of iconic Cage classics featuring the debut of Cottonmouth, Cage's evolving relationship with Claire Temple and action galore! Cage goes toe-to-toe with Iron Man, battles the villainous Power Man for the right to the name, and hits the road to uncover the secrets of Security City. Also featuring the first appearances of Bill Foster as Giant-Man...and the one and only Piranha Jones! With stories and art by comic-book greats - Wein, Isabella, McGregor, Tuska, Wilson, Pérez and more - these are the stories that defined the Marvel and Netflix icon for an entire generation of fans! Collecting POWER MAN #17-31.
Celebrate the anniversary of DC’s favorite psychotic psychiatrist with a book dedicated to nothing but Harley covers! From her first print appearance to her own long-running series to Rebirth and more, this deluxe hardcover art book collects 25 years of the Maid of Mischief’s most iconic comic book covers all in one volume.As the headliner of her own long-running series and a regular star of both SUICIDE SQUAD and DC COMICS: BOMBSHELLS, Harley Quinn is DC Comics’ most in-demand cover girl.Beyond regular monthly appearances on her own series covers and variants, she’s also been front and center on too many miniseries and one-shot specials to count and has twice taken over the other books in the DC Universe with special variant cover-month events.From these hundreds of unforgettable cover scenes, this volume brings you a curated collection of Harley Quinn’s best, most memorable cover art, drawn by dozens of the industry’s top talents!
Collects Uncanny X-Men (1981) #338-340, Annual '96-97; X-Men (1991) #58-61, Annual '97; X-Men Unlimited (1993) #12-14, X-Factor (1986) #130.Onslaught is defeated! But Professor X has been arrested and mutant prejudice is at an all-time high. Cannonball and Iceman infiltrate Graydon Creed's antimutant presidential campaign, but will their investigation put Iceman's family in the crosshairs? And what happens when Creed is targeted for death? Plus: Archangel regains his original wings! The X-Men adjust to their new teammate: Joseph, the amnesiac Magneto! Storm comes under attack! The X-Men take on the Brotherhood — but Cyclops' brother, Havok, is leading the villains! Can Juggernaut escape from the crimson prison Onslaught trapped him in? And with the Fantastic Four presumed dead in Onslaught's attack, can the X-Men help the orphaned Franklin Richards? Guest-starring X-Factor, Spider-Man and the Silver Surfer!