Archie Goodwin comic
Wolverine and Nick Fury — as both allies and adversaries! When they embark on a mission to stop the criminal mastermind Scorpio, Ma Fury’s favorite son has very personal reasons for wanting to bring in the villain alive. But what happens when Logan wants him dead? You just know sparks are gonna fly!
- Issue # TPB (6 months ago)
The Caped Crusader leaped off the pages in all his red and blue glory in this over-sized 80 page special crafted by 3-D expert Ray Zone. Not only did this graphic novel feature an all-new tale written and illustrated by John Byrne, but it also reprinted the classic story, "The Robot Robbers" by Sheldon Moldoff and Curt Swan from the 1953 tome, Batman: Adventures in amazing 3-D Action, which featured 3-D effects by Jack Adler. Boasting a large cast of villains including the Penguin, the Riddler, Two-Face and teh Joker, the issue also featured eye-popping pin-ups by such luminaries as Mike Mignola, George Perez, Alex Toth, Barry Windsor -Smith and Art Adams, and a pair of punch-out bat-shaped 3-D glasses.
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
Making a lasting mark on comics as the co-creator of Spider-Man, Steve Ditko veered away from the mainstream and into darker territories at the end of the sixties, especially with his work in Creepy and Eerie! Warring wizards, paranoid goons, persistent heroes, and otherworldly domains dominate the diverse tales in this handsome collection-with fifteen of the sixteen stories written by fellow comics icon Archie Goodwin. New introduction by Mark Evanier!
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
Dracula's name alone is enough to inspire nightmares. The legendary lord of the undead first appeared in the Marvel Universe in the 1970s - and TOMB OF DRACULA, the most popular of The House's horror titles, lasted an astonishing seven years. Now it's time to experience the legend as we collect the first 25 issues of the classic spooky series along with a few chilling surprises! Reprinting "Tomb of Dracula" #'s 1-25, "Werewolf by Night" #15 and "Giant-Size Chillers" #1.
For the first time, the Batman stories from legendary comics writer Archie Goodwin arecollected together.Collects stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #437, 438 and 440-443, DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL #3, SHOWCASE '95 #11, BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE #1 and 4, BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #132-136, and BATMAN: NIGHT CRIES.
Iron Man is captured by A.I.M using a suction beam and trapped in a submarine by orders of Mordius. Meanwhile A.I.M. soldiers are gloating about how they have sunk The Maggia’s gambling ship and destroyed their leadership. The Golden Avenger is knocked out by gas while back on the sinking Maggia ship Jasper Sitwell is evacuating the passengers. Sitwell stumbles upon Whitney Frost whom he recognises from Stark Industries as one of Tony’s admirers...
Finally, the legend of Vampirella can be told... from her very beginning! The Essential Warren Years collects the complete story of Vampirella, the raven-haired heroine and beloved horror hostess! Starting with her first appearance in "Vampirella of Drakulon" by Forrest J. Ackerman and Tom Sutton, and spanning each and every fear-fraught issue from the first five years of Vampirella Magazine, this massive tome not only introduces one of the most iconic characters in horror comic history, but her hypnotic supporting cast: the Conjuress, Pendragon, Adam Van Helsing, the Cult of Chaos, and the undead lord Dracula! Featuring the creative talents of Archie Goodwin, Jose Gonzalez, Steve Englehart, Gonzalo Mayo, and more!
The Batman tales that tie into the epic “Zero Hour” storyline are now finally collected into one graphic novel in BATMAN: ZERO HOUR!Time is collapsing in on itself. The villainous Extant has ushered in a series of black holes that are swallowing the universe-past, present and future! The Bat-family, like everyone else in the DC Universe, has seen time loops affect their lives. The result? The return of Barbara Gordon as Batgirl, teenage Dick Grayson as Robin, and Bruce Wayne’s parents, Thomas and Martha Wayne. Then, after the crisis in time as been averted, new details about the origins of Batman, Robin and Catwoman are revealed.Legendary comics writers Chuck Dixon, Archie Goodwin, Alan Grant and Doug Moench team up with veteran Batman artists Graham Nolan, Jim Balent, Bret Blevins and more to present the Dark Knight stories tying into the classic ZERO HOUR event, now collected here for the first time! Collects BATMAN #0, #511; BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #0, #31; DETECTIVE COMICS #0, #678; CATWOMAN #0, #74; BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #0; and ROBIN #0, #10.
The crew of the commercial towing vessel Nostromo finds themselves being awoken from hyper-sleep prior to their arrival at Earth. The ship's computer has diverted them a mysterious planet, where it picked up an signal of unknown origin. After landing on the planet, the ship's captain, Dallas, it's navigator, Lambert, and the second-in-command Kane go to investigate, while the rest of the crew - Warrant Officer Ripley, Science Officer Ash, and the engineers Brett and Parker work on repairs and monitor Dallas's team's progress...
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
What would it be like if Superman had no feelings for human beings? With his lazer sword in one hand and his Shield in the other he only comes to earth for one thing- JUSTICE.
To know her is to fear her! In celebration of the original Spider-Woman’s triumphant return in the pages of NEW AVENGERS comes this colossal collection of classic tales – plus a brand-new 8-page story by NEW AVENGERS scribe BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS and artist RICK MAYS (ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP)! Featuring the super-heroine sensation’s nerve-numbing first appearance and origin in MARVEL SPOTLIGHT #32 (February 1977); the premiere issue of her solo series, SPIDER-WOMAN #1 (April 1978); and the first appearance of Siryn, featuring the X-Men and Nick Fury, from SPIDER-WOMAN #37-38 (April/June 1981).
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
When a wrongfully charged inmate undergoes a scientific experiment to receive enhanced strength and bulletproof skin, Luke Cage is born! Now a free man, Luke Cage starts a business as a Hero for Hire!