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In time for the 30th anniversary of the blockbuster movie Batman, DC reprints the official comics adaptation. Written by Dennis O'Neil, the dean of Batman writers, with lush artwork by Jerry Ordway, this story faithfully brings to comics the story from the Academy Award-winning 1989 movie! Collects BATMAN: MOVIE SPECIAL #1, plus high-quality scans of each page of original art presented in black and white to accompany the final colored pages.
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Collecting stories from World’s Finest Comics #175-176 and The Brave and the Bold #79-85.
In this new printing of a classic collection, meet one of Batman's most formidable adversaries; the founder of the League of Assassins known as Ra's al Ghul! This volume includes Ra's al Ghul's famous debut in "Daughter of the Demon"! Plus, Bruce Wayne goes undercover as Matches Malone to track down the Demon's Head! Collects Detective Comics #411, #485, and #489-490; Batman #232, #235, #240, and #242-244; and DC Special Series #15.
The men parachute into the valley. They discover the villagers have been massacred by Nazis. Savage finds Chief Botono, F’teena’s father, amongst the dead. Later, the group locates a Nazi patrol in the jungle. Savage finds Wessel. The two men scuffle. Wessel uses a machine to apparently disintegrate Savage.
Collects X-Men (1963) #56-57 (A Stories), #58-63 and #65.In 1969, with X-MEN on the verge of cancellation, the creative team of Roy Thomas and Neal Adams charted a bold new direction for Marvel’s mutants…and the rest is history! Their epic evolution of the X-Men defines the team to this day. Adams’ lavish and dynamic visuals and Thomas’ challenging and contemporary stories combined to create a book that throbbed with the pulse of the times. Their iconic run introduced the cosmic-powered Havok, the vampiric villain Sauron and the bizarre Mutates, while pairing the X-Men and Ka-Zar in a classic Savage Land battle against the X-Men’s greatest foe — Magneto! Painstakingly restored, packed with bonus material and presented in oversized glory, every page is a testament to the greatest in comic book storytelling!
The first volume of THE HAUNT OF HORROR represented Marvel's 1973 attempt to produce a magazine of prose horror fantasy in the tradition of successful science fiction digests. The stories were both new and reprints. None of the tales were established in the Marvel Universe. Although featuring stories by Harlan Ellison, Anne McCaffrey, Lin Carter and Robert E. Howard among others, and illustrations by such acclaimed Marvel artists as Mike Ploog and Frank Brunner, poor sales limited the run to a mere two issues. A second volume of THE HAUNT OF HORROR, a black-and-white comics anthology starring Marvel Universe characters Satana and Gabriel, along with stand-alone tales, was launched two years later.
Comic book loyalists and fans of the fantastic converged to read of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser's conflicts with beasts, plunderers, wizards and much more until Sword of Sorcery ended with issue # 5 in December 1973.
Payback time! But for the Heroes for Hire, vengeance cuts both ways. When the killing machine known as Warhawk beats Danny to a pulp, Luke will take his pound of flesh in return. But he's not the only one out to settle a score. The terrifying tag-team of Sabretooth and Constrictor are old foes out for blood - and to get the message across, they target Power Man and Iron Fist's friends! And they're not Luke and Danny's only headache, as the heroes must take on the malignant Mole Man and the mountain-climbing Montenegro! Then there's one of their strangest gigs: finding the missing vigilante Moon Knight! But when the heroes are hired to protect the lawyers Nelson and Murdock, will their biggest problem be Daredevil? Collecting POWER MAN AND IRON FIST (1978) #71-72 and #74-89, and DAREDEVIL (1964) #178.
Includes DETECTIVE COMICS #66, #68, #80, #513, #563, #564; BATMAN #234, #346, #397-98, #410, #411; BATMAN AND ROBIN #23.1; WORLD’S FINEST #173; BATMAN TWO-FACE #1; JOKER’S ASYLUM TWO-FACE #1; BATMAN CHRONICLES #8.
Presenting some of the DC Universe's biggest and best stories--collected into single issue, easy-to-read formats! Written and drawn by comic book talent throughout the ages and featuring heroes such as Superman, Batman, Green Lantern and more!
Ending his hiatus from comics since the early 1950's, Captain Marvel made a triumphant return in his own, all-new ongoing franchise. One word - Shazam! - revived the "Big Red Cheese" and allowed him to re-emerge in print for the first time ever as a character in a DC publication.
Born to a past-his-prime prizefighter, Matt Murdock's luck always ran a step behind his good intentions. When a daring act to save a man's life blinds young Murdock, he finds that the same accident has enhanced his remaining senses to superhuman levels! He becomes Daredevil, a gritty hero born from murder but tempered with the desire to protect the downtrodden. Writer Stan Lee and artists Bill Everett, Joe Orlando, Wallace Wood, John Romita Sr. and Gene Colan lay the foundation of Marvel's Man Without Fear, including the first appearances of core characters Foggy Nelson and Karen Page — and classic villains like the Owl, the Purple Man, Stilt-Man and the Gladiator!
This is the story of Sherlock Holmes' Final Problem and how he managed to survive another day, until finding an Empty House. Meet the Napoleon of Crime, Professor Moriarty and Sebastian Moran the expert marksmen perhaps for the first time and feel the adventure! The game is a foot!
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Elektra Natchios was once Matt Murdock's first love. Then, her father was killed and something went cold inside her. She studied the deadly arts of ninjitsu under the Asian order of the Hand. Then, she betrayed them--and is now their prey. Elektra has become an assassin-fore-hire in New York City, and this has brought her into conflict with her former lover Matt Murdock a.k.a.--Daredevil, Man Without Fear. Will she have the strength to slay him should their paths cross--or will the Hand at last succeed in killing Elektra before that fateful encounter? The answers await...
Selina Kyle gets her due in this new collection celebrating her 75 year history! Don’t miss the stories that made Catwoman one of Batman’s greatest foes—and one of comics’ most memorable villains!