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This new monthly series takes Scooby and the gang to a whole new level and features character designs by comics superstar Jim Lee!
The complete critically acclaimed saga is re-collected for this collection of J.M. DeMatteis and Glenn Barr's Brooklyn Dreams. Celebrated by fans and critics alike, and long out of print, don't miss this chance to own a book that many say will change your life.
- Issue # TPB (2 months ago)
Having escaped from Black Tom [see Generation X #25], Franklin Richards, Leech, Artie Maddicks, Tana Nile, Howard the Duck and the Man-Thing now float on a chunk of earth through the Nexus of All Realities. Tiring of Howard's complaining, Tana Nile tosses him off their 'island' and the Duck falls through one of the doorways populating the Nexus. Howard lands in Nevernevernarniozbia, a land that appears to be an amalgam of many storybook worlds peopled by fairy tale versions of super-heroes and villains. The rest of the group follow through the same doorway, but are themselves followed by a living shadow called the Dark Hunter. The group is soon captured by a wicked version of the Scarlet Witch, then are reunited with Howard who has also been captured. Leech negates the powers of his captors, and he and his friends almost escape, but are stopped short by the Dark Hunter. To the shock of Howard and the rest, the Man-Thing speaks.
It's time to "Bwah Ha Ha" all over again as this classic JLA team tells a lost tale from one of the JLA's most popular eras. The Injustice Gang is back! Not the truly menacing, more recent incarnation, but their not-so competent predecessors. Still, when they stumble upon a device they should never be allowed to have, the results might prove more disastrous than if they actually knew what they were doing! A previously released story from the era rounds out the issue.
- Issue # Full (3 months ago)
The Planetary Brigade is a group of heroes fronted by Squared's Captain Valor and Grim Knight. Meet Mr. Brilliant - Earth has never met a smarter, or more smug, hero. Earth Goddess - by day, she's a sweet, unassuming wallflower, but when the Earth needs her, she turns into a gargantuan guardian of the plane. Purring Pussycat - sweet, sexy... what's she hiding? The Third Eye - spiritual mystic. The Mauve Visitor - strange visitor from another world, or cute little Smurf-like dude? Together, they're in a league all their own!
- Issue # TPB (3 months ago)
The universe spins through cycles of light and darkness, and now that the Lords of Order have surrendered to the inevitable coming of their dark counterparts, the Lords of Chaos, it's doubtful that even the new Doctor Fate who arises to meet this crisis will be able to turn the tide!
Disgusted with the rampant “hypocrisy” of Gotham, Harvey Dent goes on a rampage, setting bombs and instigating violence in both high and low society. But Batman sees through Dent’s claims that he’s “punishing” Gotham, deducing that the true target is man who truly created Two-Face: Harvey’s abusive, alcoholic father.With love for his father in constant conflict with resentment from years of abuse and psychological manipulation, Two-Face is forced to wonder who he really hates: his father, or himself? Can Batman save both the life of Christopher Dent, and the soul of Harvey before the monster known as Two-Face obliterates them both?This issue was released alongside Batman/The Riddler: The Riddle Factory, to coincide with the release of Batman Forever.
- Issue # Full (6 months ago)
The Dark Knight - after a decade of frustration - is in India. Having stalked his prey across the United States and Europe, Batman's sources tell him the architect behind the Wayne bombing, Jennifer Blake, is now in hiding there.In the course of a harrowing journey that takes him from the Taj Mahal to the hidden temple of a great Indian saint, Batman finds all his precious concepts of crime and punishment, justice and retribution, God and man, turned inside out. His health will be shattered, and he will be near death...finding himself at the center of a literal firestorm during which he must question whether any human being can truly change - and whether a mass murderer could possibly be worthy...of absolution.
- Issue # Full (6 months ago)
6-issue series from J.M. DeMatteis with art from Dan Sweetman. The series follows Myrwann , the last existing member of the beings called The Old Ones that existed before creation and mankind itself, as he walks the earth in search of answers.
Vertigo was Vertigo's "launch title", it previewed the old and new titles that would be a part of the Vertigo imprint that premiered in '93 and as incentive included an original Sandman story that would be collected along with other Sandman-related odds and ends in Sandman: Fables and Reflections. Of the twelve comics advertised (excluding Sandman as it wasn't a preview), seven came out in January, two in February, two in March and one in July
- Issue # Full (7 months ago)
Before Spawn... Before Hellboy... there was The Grim Ghost! Originally published in 1975, The Grim Ghost was published by the original Atlas Comics, a company created by the founder of Marvel Comics, Martin Goodman. Now, The Grim Ghost is back and re-imagined for the 21st-century with this special prequel issue! Get in on the ground floor of the Atlas Comics resurrection and see what the buzz is all about!
While Joshua Rose's body lies in a coma, victim of a massive stroke, his wandering consciousness encounters a benevolent, ethereal entity he names Mercy. Pursuing the mysterious being around the globe, Rose watches as she touches the lives of anguished individuals, darkened by the shadow of despair, ignored by all but the enigmatic Mercy. In England, she defends a suburban family against a wrathful poltergeist. In a South American rain forest, she aids a young boy through a harrowing rite of passage. In Brooklyn, she inspires an elderly woman trapped by memories of the past and fears for the future. Driven to uncover Mercy's secrets, Joshua's quest for answers takes him to the brink of sanity. But what he learns will change him and his universe forever.
- Issue # Full (7 months ago)
Pandora, The Phantom Stranger, and The Question—collectively known as the Trinity of Sin—have hated each other for centuries…and nothing has changed! Now circumstances have brought these rivals together to save the universe itself...that is, if they don't destroy each other first!
Following the success of Spider-Man's original series, The Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel felt the character could support more than one title. This led the company in 1968 to launch a short-lived magazine, the first to bear the Spectacular name. In 1972, Marvel more successfully launched a second Spider-Man ongoing series, Marvel Team-Up, in which he was paired with other Marvel heroes. A third monthly ongoing series, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man, debuted in 1976.