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Batman Arkham: The Riddler

Batman Arkham: The Riddler

Question: What wicked genius leaves clues for The World's Greatest Detective to lead to his capture, only to arrogantly flaunt how he can cleverly elude it?Answer: The Riddler.The most madcap exploits of Gotham's resident puzzling prodigy are collected here in BATMAN ARKHAM: THE RIDDLER! As a criminal mastermind with a propensity for perplexity, Edward Nygma has historically been Batman's utmost intellectually astute adversary. With a wayward acumen for wreaking havoc, his wits are unmatched. Almost.BATMAN ARKHAM: THE RIDDLER collects some of the villain's greatest stories by some of the industry's greatest creators, including Scott Snyder (BATMAN), Gardner Fox (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA), Len Wein (SWAMP THING), Bill Finger (DETECTIVE COMICS), Jim Aparo (THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD), Paul Dini (GOTHAM CITY SIRENS) and many more!

Batman Arkham: Scarecrow

Batman Arkham: Scarecrow

The iconic Batman villain's greatest stories from the past 60 years are collected here for the first time ever! Featuring work from legendary creators, including Peter J. Tomasi (BATMAN AND ROBIN), Doug Moench (SPECTRE), Gardner Fox (FLASH), Bill Finger (DETECTIVE COMICS), Kelley Jones (SWAMP THING), Gene Colan (NIGHT FORCE) and many more!Professor Jonathan Crane has always been obsessed with one thing: fear. Using his twisted experiments to discover people's darkest phobias, he has become one of the Dark Knight's deadliest foes.When the Scarecrow decides to commit a crime, the main motivation isn't money or revenge-it's to learn his victim's greatest fear and use it to further his own twisted agenda. In their showdowns, the Caped Crusader must contend not only with the Scarecrow, but his own hidden fears!Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #23.3, #73, #389, #486, #540; BATMAN #189, #296, #373, #523, #524; BATMAN ANNUAL #19; WORLD'S FINEST #3 and JOKER'S ASYLUM: SCARECROW #1

What is...the Face?

What is...the Face?

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Justice League of America (1960)

Justice League of America (1960)

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Bobby Benson's B-Bar-B Riders

Bobby Benson's B-Bar-B Riders

The Bobby Benson remains for the whole run of the series while the backup features change with some being such characters as Magazine Enterprises’ Ghost Rider, and Red Eagle to the Lemonade Kid a masked western hero (though never depected with the mask on the covers) who in a slight twist is secretly Bobby’s foreman and guardian Tex Mason but only takes on the Lemonade Kid identity in separate stories, while appearing only as Tex in the main Bobby Benson stories.

Big Shot

Big Shot

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Batman: The Golden Age Omnibus

Batman: The Golden Age Omnibus

These original stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #27-45, BATMAN #1-3 and NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR COMICS #1 include the origin of the Dark Knight, as well as the debuts of Robin, Commissioner Gordon, Professor Hugo Strange, The Joker, Catwoman and more!

Green Lantern: The Silver Age

Green Lantern: The Silver Age

Perhaps the most famous of all the Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan put on the lantern’s ring for the first time in 1959. A re-envisioning of the original crime-fighting Green Lantern (Alan Scott), created by John Broome in the 1940s, this new Green Lantern was a science fiction adventurer. He battled aliens, giant monsters, wealthy sociopaths out to steal his power ring...and the efforts of his lady love, Carol Ferris, to discover his true identity. As the Green Lantern of the Silver Age of comic books, Hal Jordan captured the imagination of a space-minded society of the ’50s and ’60s.GREEN LANTERN: THE SILVER AGE VOLUME 1 collects the adventures of Hal Jordan as he takes on the responsibility of the ring and the lantern for the first time in SHOWCASE #22-24 and GREEN LANTERN #1-9.

Essential The Tomb of Dracula

Essential The Tomb of Dracula

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.

Batgirl: A Celebration of 50 Years

Batgirl: A Celebration of 50 Years

Fifty years ago, Batgirl made her Million Dollar Debut taking down the nefarious Killer Moth. And ever since, the butt-kicking hero has been a vital part of Batman’s team and a role model for girls everywhere, squaring off against mobsters, assassins, super-villains and more.  Though many young women have worn the cowl—from unassuming librarian Barbara Gordon to deadly mute assassin Cassandra Cain to teen vigilante Stephanie Brown—all have made their distinct mark on the DC Universe. Now BATGIRL: A CELEBRATION OF 50 YEARS collects all the greatest triumphs and most tragic moments of the many Batgirls in one volume, offering a crash course in the character, from Babs’ first appearance by Gardner Fox and Carmine Infantino to her modern-day adventures by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, Babs Tarr, Gail Simone and more.

Bob Powell's Complete Cave Girl

Bob Powell's Complete Cave Girl

A lost masterpiece by cult artist Bob Powell! This deluxe edition collects early fifties Thun'Da and Cave Girl stories, featuring campy and sexy "jungle girl" genre material at its leopard-skinned finest! Mark Schultz (Xenozoic Tales) provides an introduction. Includes an essay by Eisner-winning author James Vance (Kings in Disguise) and John Wooley (Fangoria). Complete collection of cult favorite Cave Girl! * Designed by Eisner-winner Randy Dahlk (The Rocketeer Artist's Edition)

Black Phantom

Black Phantom

All vintage reprints of Western GGA action!! The beautiful lady outlaw-turned-goodhat, in "The Unholy Three", "The Nothing Robber", and "Sheriff Satan", all drawn by Frank Bolle, plus The Haunted Horseman in "Dead Man's Son', drawn by Dick Ayers...

Thun'da

Thun'da

After a military helicopter crashes in a remote valley in Africa, a lone survivor awakens without memory of his identity or mission. From the wreckage, he learns only his name: Roger Drum. Armed with instinctive survival skills, the amnesiac roams his new surroundings, discovering a bizarre lost world of dinosaurs, mammoths, sabretooth tigers, and primitive human tribes. Against the backdrop of this hostile new reality, Drum must come to terms with his violent past... so that he may assume the respected and feared mantle of the prophesied jungle warrior Thun'da! *Thun'da, the hero of the primeval forest created by legendary fantasy illustrator Frank Frazetta, returns in this action-packed adventure by Robert Place Napton and Cliff Richards! As a special treat, Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents four classic tales of Thun'da, fully remastered and featuring the creative talents of comic legends Gardner Fox (Detective Comics, The Flash) and Frank Frazetta himself!

Vampire Tales

Vampire Tales

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Genre: Horror, Action

The Crypt of Terror

The Crypt of Terror

Collected in EC Archives: Tales from the Crypt Volume 1.

Thun'da: King of the Congo

Thun'da: King of the Congo

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The Spectre (1967)

The Spectre (1967)

When an ambassador is shot, an experimental procedure summons the spirit of his ancestor, a long dead pirate, Captain Skull to his body. Captain Skull begins looting in modern Gateway City before leading The Spectre on a chase through time.



The Batman Family

The Batman Family

Batgirl and Robin must team up to face the ghost of Benedict Arnold, who looks to take over Washington, D.C., in "The Invader from Hell." Plus, the origin of the Batgirl and Robin team, the origin of Man-Bat and more!

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