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Spider-Man's not just amazing, he's spectacular - and Marvel is proud to usher in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN as the Marvel Masterworks' 250th volume! In 1976, Spidey notched his second solo series under the direction of Gerry Conway and Sal Buscema. With his first live-action TV series on the horizon, the world wanted to know just who this Peter Parker guy was. SPECTACULAR not only expanded opportunities for the web-slinging wonder, it also provided a platform to expand upon and explore the world of his incomparable supporting cast: J. Jonah Jameson, Mary Jane Watson, Flash Thompson and more! Of course, there was no shortage of villains - including the Vulture and Morbius - or iconic guest stars, ranging from the White Tiger to the Inhumans! Collecting SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #1-15.
Discover the many faces of the Moon Knight! Mercenary. Werewolf hunter. Super hero. Millionaire playboy. Cab driver. Ghost? Moon Knight is many things to many people, with the multiple personalities to match! Follow the Fist of Khonshu as he battles to find his place in the Marvel Universe in this collection of his earliest appearances. From his startling debut as a nemesis of Werewolf by Night to an unlikely stint with the Defenders, from encounters with Spider-Man and the Thing to the solo adventures that shaped a legend, relive the rise of the moon's specter of vengeance! Collecting WEREWOLF BY NIGHT (1972) #32-33; MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (1971) #28-29; DEFENDERS (1972) #47-50; PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #22-23; MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE (1974) #52; MOON KNIGHT (1980) #1-4 - plus material from HULK MAGAZINE #11-15, #17-18 and #20; and MARVEL PREVIEW #21.
Genre: Graphic Novels
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It is the year 2018. The Martian invasion of Earth has left our world shattered and its population enslaved. Into this post-apocalyptic nightmare comes Killraven, a man obsessed with his mission: to free Earth! Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell took on Killraven's quest, and together they crafted some of the most compelling and nuanced comic-art masterpieces of the era. Their hero and his band of Freemen rebels strive, grow, battle and love with a humanity that's as touching as it is exciting. And now, the complete Killraven sci-fi action opus is collected in this incomparable Marvel Masterworks - beautifully restored and featuring an amazing selection of behind-the-scenes material! Collecting AMAZING ADVENTURES (1970) #18-39 and MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #7.
Collects Doctor Strange and Doctor Doom: Triumph and Torment, Doctor Strange (1974) #57 and material from Astonishing Tales (1970) #8, Marvel Fanfare (1982) #16 and #43. Every year on Midsummer's Eve, Victor von Doom clashes with the forces of evil in a vain attempt to free his mother's soul from Hell. Only when Doctor Stephen Strange -- Master of the Mystic Arts and Earth's Sorcerer Supreme -- is convinced to join the fight, does the outcome have any hope of changing. But first these unlikely allies must journey to Mephisto's infernal realm ... where they find that the cost of one soul may be more than they are willing to pay!
Collects Incredible Hulk #609-611 and Incredible Hulk #312.Bruce Banner has only ever wanted one thing: to be at peace with the love of his life, Betty Ross. The legacy of the Incredible Hulk has long made this an impossible dream. But now, with the Intelligencia seemingly having restored Betty to life, Banner's pursuit of her has never been more relentless -- or inconvenient. For after the Fall of the Hulks, with the master plan of the cunning Intelligencia hitting its every mark toward world domination and an army of Hulked-Out Heroes trashing the nation's capital, the last thing his fellow fighters need to wonder about is Banner's loyalty to them -- or Betty. And all the while, Skaar, Son of Hulk, waits for the moment he knows is coming: the emergence of the green-skinned Hulk -- so he can kill him and satisfy a lifelong quest for revenge!
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In an epic spanning from New York to Louisiana to California to Maryland to the Atlantic Ocean, the Avengers are forced into Dr. Doom's latest scheme by the Atlantean Attuma, who wants Earth's Mightiest Heroes to keep Doom from conquering the world -- so HE can conquer it, instead! Plus: voodoo, mad science and the resurrection of the dead! With guest appearances from throughout Avengers history! Featuring Namor the Sub-Mariner, the Champions of Los Angeles, the Circus of Crime and more! Collecting AVENGERS (1963) #150-156 and ANNUAL #6, and SUPER-VILLAIN TEAM-UP #9.
Collects Ghost Rider (1973) #1-2, Marvel Spotlight (1971) #12-24, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #32, Son of Satan #1-8, Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #14.He's got Marvel's most rotten family tree: His sister is Satana, and dear old dad is none other than the Father of Lies himself! So is there any saving the soul of Daimon Hellstrom, the sensational Son of Satan? The world's best-dressed exorcist will ride to the rescue of Ghost Rider and fight alongside the Thing and the Human Torch! Flaming trident at the ready, pentagram on his chest, he'll contend with ice demons, a fire dragon, an Egyptian god, nihilists and folks who worship his father! Speaking of which, Daimon must endure an unhappy paternal reunion and a sibling rivalry with his succubus sis. They're the relatives from hell — literally!
Even before his phenomenal FF run, John Byrne was shaping the World Greatest Super-Team's destiny whenever he could get his hands on them! Tales from three titles, featuring the FF vs. the Frightful Four, the Human Torch vs. the Super-Skrull and the Thing vs. himself! Time travel, evolution and the fate of HERBIE! (Remember him?) Guest-starring Spider-Man, Ms. Marvel and Dazzler! Collecting MARVEL TEAM-UP #61-62, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50, and FANTASTIC FOUR #215-218 and #220-221.
51 weekly issues followed, reprinting Marvel US Spider-Man stories and incorporating new strip (featuring the Zoids) from UK creators, including a young Grant Morrison.
The Micronauts (Acroyear, Bioship, Bug, Fireflyte, Huntarr, Marionette, Arcturus Rann), alongside Karza's fleet encountered and battled the D'arnellian fleet. Both D'arnellians and Dog Soldiers rapidly died by the thousands in the savage struggle. Karza and Bioship were held in reserve in case the Micronauts failed, and Bioship's sensors determined that the power they faced originated from Earth. From an asteroid, the Entity himself confronted the warring armies. Rann asked him why he waged war against the Microverse, and the Entity replied "For the fun of it!" as he snapped his fingers and shattered the planet D'arnell. Bioship shielded itself and Karza from the flying planetary debris, while the Entity bound the Micronauts against asteroids. The Entity then sensed the presence of Bioship and Karza, and they fled at full speed to escape his wrath.
The Avengers' odd couple star in their own mini-series! Scarlet Witch and Vision have enough challenges in their marriage; she is a hot blooded mystic mutant, while Vision is a calculating automaton. Together they are an unstoppable force in battle. In their first issue, Scarlet Witch faces a gaggle of demonic foes on Halloween. Good thing she brought back-up!
The original series faithfully reproduced after 25 years! After saving their own world from a celestial catastrophe, the Autobots and Decepticons have crashed landed on Earth! Each side sets out to explore their new surroundings, seeking resources and possibly allies. One such ally may be a bookworm named Buster Witwicky, and his mechanic father, Sparkplug.
When Optimus Prime's ship full of Autobots is attacked by Megatron and the Decepticons, the spaceship crash-lands on Earth. Several million years later, the robots wake up and continue their fight on this strange new world.