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Commemorating America’s Bicentennial! Check out Captain America’s time-bending adventure as told by Marvel legend and Cap co-creator, Jack Kirby! A history lesson through the ages… starring the First Avenger!
- Issue # TPB (9 months ago)
Scott Free, a wanderer on Earth, becomes tied up in a magician's involvement with a common criminal. The two Earth-men are at a deadly standstill because the crook wants to cover up a wager gone bad by murdering anyone and everyone involved.
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 (one year ago)
DC's latest horror anthology didn't enjoy as long a life as the company's other Weird themed titles. However, the host that was first presented ina framing sequence by author Marv Wolfman and artist Bernie Wrightson would provide endless creative material for Neil Gaiman's "The Sandman" series decades later. Cloaked in a dark robe and cowl, Destiny's stories came from a large book chained to him, containing events past, present and future. Despite his blindness, nothing escaped his notice - except, perhaps, the fact that the biblical Eve would replace him as the series' host after fourteen issues.
A superhero anthology running 17 issues cover-dated August 1941 to Fall 1945, it showcased early work by industry legends Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, and famed cartoonist Basil Wolverton, introduced the Whizzer and other characters, and for much of its run starred Captain America during that long-running character's World War II height of popularity.
Deep beneath the streets of Manhattan, assassin-for-hire, Horst Buchner, along with two associates, are ushered through secret tunnels, to keep a prearranged rendezvous with Kobra. At the first sign of insult, Buchner's men draw on Kobra. Put off by Kobra's arrogance, Buchner declines his offer of employment, deciding, instead, to rob Kobra of several intriguing artifacts. Still held at gunpoint, Kobra leads Buchner and his gunsels into another chamber, one that holds Kobra's most unique artifact, the Ovoid. Within the confines of the still shimmering meteoroid, Kobra reveals an enormous alien robot, he calls the Servitor. At Kobra's command, the Servitor steps forward, then murders Horst and his associates, pummeling them to death with it's giant metal fists. Sensing that his brother, Jason Burr, is soon to learn of Kobra's existence, and whereabouts, Kobra sends the Servitor up to the streets, on a mission to slay Burr. The Servitor leaves a swath of destruction in it's path, as it makes it's way to Columbia university. Despite opposition from New York's finest, the Servitor moves inexorably to the student union building. Inside, Lieutenant Perez is interviewing Jason Burr. Just as Perez is about to reveal to Burr the existence and identity of his brother, the Servitor crashes through the wall. Lifting Burr up in one of it's gargantuan hands, the Servitor, at Kobra's command, begins crushing him. Suddenly, Kobra, too, feels the crushing force of the Servitor's grip compressing his own chest. Realizing that he and Burr share a sympathetic bond, Kobra orders the Servitor to release him. The countermand causes the Servitor to self-destruct...
Prepare to take part in one of the greatest adventures from the infinite future of the DC Universe, and join the industry’s top creative teams in a round-robin, no-holds-barred, storytelling extravaganza titled THE KAMANDI CHALLENGE!Born from the mind of Jack “King” Kirby, the post apocalyptic Earth of Kamandi has been a fan favorite for decades, and now 14 intrepid teams of writers and artists build on this incredible foundation and take the title character on an epic quest to find his long-lost parents and travel to places seen and unseen in the DC Universe. Each issue will end with an unimaginable cliffhanger, and it’s up to the next creative team to resolve it before creating their own. It’s a challenge worthy of “The King” himself! In this premiere issue, the Last Boy on Earth is dragged from his safe haven by a group of tigers, only to face the nightmarish threat of the ultimate weapon!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The Eternals are a fictional race of superhumans appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. They are described as an offshoot of the evolutionary process that created sentient life on Earth. The original instigators of this process, the alien Celestials, intended the Eternals to be the defenders of Earth, which leads to the inevitability of war against their destructive counterparts, the Deviants. The Eternals were created by Jack Kirby and made their first appearance in The Eternals #1 (July 1976).
Hundreds of years ago Morgaine le Fey attacked Camelot in an attempt to get her hands on the Eternity Book which she intended to use to prolong her life.In an act of desperation Merlin summons The Demon Etrigan.The plan fails but as Camelot falls Merlin gives Etrigan a page of the Eternity Book so that he will be able to summon him in the future.
The Battle of the Century. This is an issue you can't miss! Superman and Spider-Man have met for the first time! Lex Luthor teamed up with Doctor Octopus and Only the two most powerful and popular heroes will have to save the city at all cost! Superman from Metropolis came to visit New York City to do some report by The publisher editor-in-chief Mister White, While Spider-Man had been doing his same job in the bugle as always getting yelled by the publisher editor-in-chief J.Jonah.Jameson. When Superman and Spider-Man met in the Empire State Building, it was a shock to see them like this. While Lex Luthor : Superman's arch-nemesis and Doc Ock : who is Spider-Man's enemy came to team up to defeat Spider-Man and Superman. It is up to Superman and Spider-Man to defeat Lex Luthor and Doctor Octopus and their robots and the battle of the century begins!! First when they met, Superman had a fight with Spidey in the Empire State Building but mostly in a construction site.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Machine Man (also known as Aaron Stack, originally known as serial number Z2P45-9-X-51 or X-51 for short) is a fictional character, an android superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by Jack Kirby for 2001: A Space Odyssey #8 (July 1977), a comic written and drawn by Kirby featuring concepts based on the eponymous Stanley Kubrick feature film and Arthur C. Clarke novel. Shortly thereafter, Machine Man spun off into his own Kirby-created series. He is a robot, the only survivor of a series, raised as a human son of scientist Abel Stack, who was killed removing his auto-destruct mechanism, and further evolved to sentience by a Monolith.
Kamandi avenges the death of his grandfather, who was killed by wolves, but is captured by a tiger named Caesar--who turns him over to dog-scientist Dr. Canus!
Read tales of Marvel's most macabre heroes including Doctor Strange as well as some of its grittiest heroes like super-spy Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)