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Collects Star Wars (1977) #1-23 and material from Pizzazz #1-16 and Star Wars Weekly (UK) #60.May the Force be with you, in the mighty Marvel manner! The classic original Star Wars comic-book series begins with an action-packed adaptation of Episode IV A New Hope, then continues the story of Luke Skywalker and his rebel friends as they fight on against the Empire in the dark shadow of Darth Vader! New planets and new perils await — like the Cloud Riders, the Behemoth and the space pirate Crimson Jack. Han and Chewie need six allies to make eight against a world — and one of them will be cult hero Jaxxon! Luke and the droids end up trapped on a Doomworld! And the Big Game will pit rebel against rebel!
ALL-NEW WAR STORY! In honor of Marvel’s 80th Anniversary and history with War Comics comes a brand new edition of WAR IS HELL with two fascinating and soul-crushing tales of War. “In the Mood” by Howard Chaykin takes you to the skies as the Luftwaffe and RAF battle over the English Channel for a battle tale of bitter irony and “War Glammer” by Phillip Kennedy Johnson brings you back to Earth in modern day Afghanistan with a story that will chill you to the bone.
- Issue # Full (28 days ago)
"Ramona Fradon was one of the most prolific and high profile female cartoonists at a time when the comic book field was dominated by men. Her illustrative style influenced a generation of Aquaman readers, only to gain a larger following when she co-created Metamorpho, one of the most unique characters of comic's Silver Age. She demonstrated an apt ability to work in multiple genres with a flair for the comedic as seen in Plastic Man and later on Super Friends. She then made her mark by replacing Brenda Starr's creator Dale Messick on the long running newspaper strip. The Art of Ramona Fradon is an in-depth, fascinating retrospective in the legendary illustrator's own words, shared in conversation with Howard Chaykin (American Flagg!) and accompanied by the finest examples of her work from such classic comics as Adventure Comics, The Brave and the Bold, Brenda Starr, House of Mystery, Metamorpho, Plastic Man, The Super Friends, World's Finest Comics, and more!"
Century, Texas used to be a sleepy little burg, barely a whistlestop between nowhere and the great beyond...until the 20th Century arrived with a bang, bringing with it automobiles, aeroplanes, telephones, paved streets...and, of course, the movies. Howard Chaykin tells the colorful story of the American West, transformed from frontier to legend, and how the American dream became a modern myth.
- Issue # TPB (one month ago)
In the Golden Age of television, Ruff and Reddy were on top of the entertainment world… until the world turned, and they were forgotten. Now, Ruff is a washed-up television actor. Reddy is a clerk in an upscale grocery store. Can a hungry young agent convince the two one-time partners to make a comeback and convince the world that it wants to see the famously infamous dog-and-cat comedy team back in the spotlight? Don’t miss it if you can!
Five extraordinary people with seemingly nothing in common share the bond of surviving a cataclysmic event. In a world devoid of super-heroes, they come together and discover that everything they know has been a lie, that the world we live in is not the one we believe it to be. To survive, they must unite and face the true masters of our universe. It's a world where literally anything can happen, and probably will!
Howard Chaykin returns to full creative duties, both writing and illustrating this all-new hardcover graphic novel mixing crimefighting and romance! By day, they're courtroom enemies, but by night, public defender Delaney Pope and hard-boiled cop Lincoln Reinhardt meet as costumed heroes. Can they find love despite their differences?
- Issue # TPB (9 months ago)
HEY KIDS! COMICS! takes its cue from nearly a century of turbulence and triumph, despair and drama in the comic book racket. Artists and writers, con men and clowns, ganefs and gangsters, create the foundations of today's biggest entertainment business—or at least the tail that wags the dog. Some of it really happened, and the names have been changed to protect the innocent and guilty...... although in the end, everyone was guilty of something.
Genre: Slice of Life
Familiar heroes in an unfamiliar world! From a baby Kal-L landing in Soviet Russia to the Dark Knight becoming the world's first Green Lantern to the Amazonian Princess Wonder Woman arriving during the Victorian Era, anything is possible in ELSEWORLDS!
A second Nick Fury series that started just some 2 years after the Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD series was cancelled in 1993. This volume however lasted for only 4 issues.
Before the Brotherhood, before his greatest battles with the X-Men , there was a man named Erik Magnus, gathering mutants to join his cause. Does the young Magneto have what it takes to build an army? And what does all of this have to do with The Absorbing Man?
- Issue # Full (10 months ago)
Howard Chaykin (LEGEND, MIGHTY LOVE, American Flagg) writes and illustrates CITY OF TOMORROW, an imaginative new 6-issue miniseries telling the story of Columbia, a planned utopian community of the future! Created a decade ago by renegade billionaire Eli Foyle, the artificial island off the California coast offered winners of a citizenship lottery the chance at a brighter tomorrow and a crime-free world. Life in Columbia was a dream...for a while. At first, the problems seemed to be no big deal, until it became clear that a virus was affecting the municipal employees of Columbia... all of whom are actually bio-animatronic robots. Now these robots have gone from civil servants to criminal masterminds, and they've turned Columbia from an idyllic community into a hellhole of crime and urban blight! Now Foyle's 28-year-old son Tucker has returned to Columbia fresh from the Navy SEALs, and with the help of his father and a posse of concerned Columbia citizens will begin the slow process of taking back the night. But is he too late?
An America sundered. An America enraged. An America terrified. An America shattered by greed and racism, violence and fear, nihilism and tragedy...and that's when everything really goes to hell.
It is the 61 century and the malevolent Empire Galaktika wields its unholy power over the entire planet. Disgusted by the aristocratic tyrants that have ravaged his world, a nobleman renounces his birthright and becomes the gallant hero known as Ironwolf. Fighting against a drug-tainted conspiracy and the tyranny that pervades his existence, the swashbuckling champion of freedom is crippled and left for dead. But demonstrating the true depths of his strength and spirit, Ironwolf rises from the ashes to lead the revolution against the Empress and her vicious Blood Legions.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Buck Rogers, the first, best, and original Sci-Fi hero returns with Howard Chaykin drawing and writing this action packed incarnation of this iconic title. Over eighty years after the creation of the newspaper strip that become a household word, Howard Chaykin has returned the character and his universe back to basics: Buck Rogers, former World War I ace is accidentally suspended in time only to awaken to new and different earth, 500 years in the future, fragmented by war and ruled by an omnipotent force - the Chinese. Now, Buck along with Colonel Wilma Deering, begins a new fight, to free the United States!
Jack Kirby’s two wartime kid gangs share their first adventure together in a novel-length tale written and illustrated by Howard Chaykin! When the Boy Commandos arrive in New York on the trail of a secret Axis agent, they’re greeted as turf invaders by the crime-fighting Newsboys! Can these kids put aside their rivalry and join forces to protect the home front? Also features a Kirby reprint!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
A noirish futuristic world founded by a religious cult that left Earth on New Year's Eve, 1999 is the setting for a provocative detective thriller. SON OF SUPERMAN writers Howard Chaykin and David Tischman join artist Rick Burchett (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES) for an offbeat mixture of classic film noir, science fiction and psychological thrillers. Featuring covers pencilled by Chaykin and inked by Burchett, PULP FANTASTIC follows the adventures of dashing detective Vector Pope on an artificial planet run by diehard religious fanatics who left Earth at the end of 1999. What appears to be a simple missing-persons case quickly turns seamy and steamy as Pope has dangerous run-ins with the law and a drug-addicted android whose body is a deadly weapon. It's a violent, passionate and humorous story illustrated in a quasi-animated style which provides a unique counterpoint to its lurid backdrop of sex, corruption, church politics, and hypocrisy.