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Dynamic Classics

Dynamic Classics

This series was cancelled after only one issue due to the "DC Implosion" in the late 70's. Contains reprinted materials, pin-ups and editorials.

Bat Lash (1968)

Bat Lash (1968)

Attempting to ride away in disguise, Lash encounters the sheriff and his posse accompanying Sebastian's niece to the monastery. She reveals a third piece of the cross to Lash who offers to help the sheriff capture the bandits. The treasure is soon found and our hero rides off into the sunset.
Genre: Western

Detention Comics

Detention Comics

This comic follows three stories about Robin, Superboy and Warrior.Robin follows a fellow suspicious classmate. Superboy is lectured for slacking off. Warrior returns to his old school to substitute in an unruly atmosphere.It is a slightly comical look at reasons to stay in school, help others, and stand up for what you believe in.

Two-Face: A Celebration of 75 Years

Two-Face: A Celebration of 75 Years

Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #66, #68, #80, #739; BATMAN #50, #81, #234, #410-411, #572; BATMAN ANNUAL #14; THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #106; JOKER #1; SECRET ORIGINS #1; BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE #1; GOTHAM CENTRAL #10; JOKER’S ASYLUM: TWO-FACE #1; and BATMAN AND ROBIN #23.

DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman

DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman

From legendary scribe Dennis O'Neil comes an untold adventure starring DC's Amazon Princess in her "white costume" phase! When Paradise Island is in danger, Wonder Woman must complete three tasks to save her homeland from destruction. But are these tasks too difficult even for her?Plus: a classic tale originally published in the 1970s, also written by Dennis O'Neil!

Batman/Green Arrow: The Poison Tomorrow

Batman/Green Arrow: The Poison Tomorrow

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Batman: Gordon of Gotham

Batman: Gordon of Gotham

Collected in Batman: Gordon of Gotham.

Batman: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture

Batman: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture

This adaptation of the Tim Burton-directed Batman, brings Michael Keaton's Batmanface-to-face, or mano y mano with Jack Nicholson's Joker! What scheme does the "Clown Prince of Crime" have up his sleeve to celebrate Gotham's bicentennial?

Batman Returns: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture

Batman Returns: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture

NOTE: Indicia titled as "Batman Returns: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture".

Batman: Death of Innocents

Batman: Death of Innocents

This issue also has text articles from various landmine activists explaining the dangers and how Americans can help landmine victims.

The Shadow (1973)

The Shadow (1973)


Batman and Robin: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture

Batman and Robin: The Official Comic Adaptation of the Warner Bros. Motion Picture

Batman and Robin team up with a new member - Batgirl, to fight against Mr.Freeze, Poison Ivy and the monstrous Bane, in this movie adaptation.

The Joker: A Celebration of 75 Years

The Joker: A Celebration of 75 Years

Celebrating Batman and Joker's seventy-five years as cultural icons, this Joker Anthology collects stories from the characters seven decades as the greatest villain in comics. Featuring stories from BATMAN #1, 5, 25, 32, 85, 163, 251, 427, BATMAN #15 (THE NEW 52), DETECTIVE COMICS #64, 168, 180, 475, 476, 726, 741, 826, DETECTIVE COMICS #1 (THE NEW 52), WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #61, SUPERMAN #9 and BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #66.

Batman: A Celebration of 75 Years

Batman: A Celebration of 75 Years

2014 marks the 75th anniversary of Batman, the world's greatest detective! And if a hero is measured by his foes, then Batman is truly the greatest hero of all, as his incredible rogues gallery is unrivaled in comics history. This new title collects the best Batman stories of all time, arranged according to era, and featuring appearances by The Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman, The Riddler and many others. This amazing Batman best-of collection includes stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #27, 83, 211, 216, 327, 359, 395, 442, 474, 574, 633, 711, 757 and 821, BATMAN #1, 49, 181, 497, BATMAN #2 (THE NEW 52), WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #94, DC SPECIAL SERIES #21 and BATMAN SPECIAL #1!

Isis

Isis

Straight from the pages of the previous month's Shazam! #25, Isis debuts in her own DC TV solo title, as part of the DC Explosion.

The Shadow 1941: Hitler's Astrologer

The Shadow 1941: Hitler's Astrologer

Re-Mastered and available for the first time in over two decades! On Easter Sunday of April 1941, a young woman pushes through the Manhattan crowds, racing for her life. It's a chase that will lead from the bustling American metropolis all the way to Berlin, the dark heart of the Nazi regime. Like marionettes dangling from invisible hands, neither Allies nor Axis agents can tell if they are the puppeteers... or the dolls whose strings get cut. Behind it all, The Shadow looms, a master of men with cold, hollow laughter and blazing .45 pistols! The acclaimed collaboration of Batman scribe Denny O'Neil and artist Mike Kaluta, available for the first time in over two decades, completely remastered!
Genre: Pulp


Azrael/Ash

Azrael/Ash

Inside the burning building, Quinn transforms into his "other", Ash, and manages to absorb the inferno. As he exits from the charred remains, Quinn tells the other firefighters that there was no one inside. An older man with a young child leaves the scene. The man calls the boy Alvie, and tells him that he did very well...

DC Retroactive: Green Lantern - The '70s

DC Retroactive: Green Lantern - The '70s

The 1970s were a time of spacefaring thrills for the Emerald Knight! Now, writer Dennis O'Neil returns to the character for a brand-new epic starring Hal Jordan!Plus: a classic tale originally published in the 1970s, also written by Dennis O'Neil!

The Spirit (2010)

The Spirit (2010)

The Spirit returns in an all-new ongoing series! Central City destroys everyone who lives within its borders...so it's a good thing The Spirit already died once! International crime syndicate The Golden Tree wants to help Central City's Octopus consolidate control over the underworld and the Spirit is the kind of mess the Golden Tree was created to clean up. They've offered the Octopus the services of one of their finest assassins to take his breath away for good – and the sight of this killer would get anyone's heart pounding! This issue also features the debut of the eight-page THE SPIRIT: BLACK and WHITE co-feature, showcasing the industry's finest talent. And who better to kick things off than DENNIS O'NEIL and BILL SIENKIEWICZ?