Gerry Conway comic
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.
One of the Dark Knight’s oldest enemies, Hugo Strange is the first foe to determine Batman’s true identity: Bruce Wayne, mild-mannered playboy billionaire! In Strange’s first appearance, he was a simple mad scientist turned bank robber, but after being foiled by the Caped Crusader, he dedicated his life to taking revenge on Batman and assuming his identity.Batman Arkham: Hugo Strange collects some of the villain’s greatest stories by classic creators, including Marshall Rogers (Detective Comics), Steve Englehart (Green Lantern), Gerry Conway (Justice League of America), Doug Moench (Batman) and many more!Collects Detective Comics #36, #471, #472 and #942, Batman #356, Batman Annual #10, Batman: Gotham Knights #8-11 and Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #18.
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!
How better to celebrate a Marvel Masterworks milestone 150th volume than with all Marvel's most-famous characters all piled into one amazing title-Marvel Team-Up! In the world of interconnected heroes that Marvel Comics pioneered, Team-Up made that formula a franchise and gave fans a much-desired double-monthly Spidey fix. Created by the same top-flight talents that brought you Amazing Spider-Man-Roy Thomas, Gil Kane, Gerry Conway, Ross Andru and Jim Mooney-MTU brings Spidey together with the Human Torch, the X-Men, the Vision, the Thing, Thor, the Cat, Iron Man and the Inhumans. That's enough super hero for anybody's diet! And with villains like Kang the Conqueror, Sandman and Morbius for dessert, Team-Up's will have you full-up with classic comic book adventure!
What if Peter Parker wasn't the one bitten by the radioactive spider? What if the person who got bit was someone who didn't live by the mantra of "with great power comes great responsibility"? What if that person was an egotistical bully who was only interested in taking care of himself? What if…FLASH THOMPSON became Spider-Man?
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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.
The Parker family is web-slinging and wall-crawling their way into your hearts and into comic shops later this year! Life is good for Peter Parker and Mary Jane; their daughter Annie is their pride and joy, they're both working and (barely) making ends meet, they're keeping the streets of New York City safe from super villains…you know, normal family stuff. Oh, did we mention MJ and Annie have Spider-Powers –– just like Peter?! Being Spider-Man just became a family affair...
Not a hoax, not a dream, not an imaginary story - just the most not-to-be-missed mini-series of the season! If you only buy one (well, two) comics this month about super-powered, intelligent apes-in-capes, it must be MARVEL APES!.
Collects Marvel Spotlight (1971) #2-4, Werewolf By Night (1972) #1-15, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #12, Tomb of Dracula (1972) #18.Jack Russell stars in tales to make you howl, as Marvel's very own Werewolf! Learn how Jack became one of the grooviest ghoulies of the seventies in this classic collection of his earliest adventures! Afflicted with his family's curse, Jack's on a search for answers - could they lie in the terrible tome known as the Darkhold? But Jack's quest is fraught with danger -from mad monks to big game hunters to a traveling freak show! Then there's the terror of Tatterdemalion, the horror of Hangman and the torment of Taboo! But few encounters can compare with Krogg, the lurker from beyond - except, maybe, a Marvel Team-Up with Spider-Man...and a supernatural showdown with Dracula himself!
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!
Collects Thor (1966) #229-230; Dead of Night #11; Marvel Spotlight (1971) #26; Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #18; Marvel Team-Up (1972) #68; Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #38-40 material from Strange Tales (1951) #110, 116; Thor (1966) 136; Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #1-4; Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #31-33. Meet the Fear Lords, Doctor Strange's most diabolical foes, as they spread terror across the Marvel Universe! The nefarious Nightmare is a villain that will literally haunt your dreams! The Lurking Unknown raises questions for Thor, and the Dweller in Darkness casts his shadow over Hercules and the Thunder God! The maniacal laugh of the Scarecrow spreads terror wherever he goes - including a run-in with the Thing! The demonic D'Spayre plagues Spider-Man and Man-Thing, while Kkallakku and Nox join the party as the Fear Lords come together to raise hell for Daredevil and Doctor Strange!
The Avengers battle the Defenders in comics' first great crossover battle royale! It's hero against hero in the sensational summer hit of 1973: Cap vs. Namor! Thor vs. Hulk! It's the original, and there's never been another one like it. All this, plus the origin of Mantis; an all-hands-on-deck battle with the Zodiac; the Avengers vs. Thanos and the Cosmic Cube; a Giant-Size adventure alongside Golden Age heroes Miss America and the Whizzer; the wedding of Quicksilver and Crystal; the return of Ultron; and an increasingly tense love triangle between the Scarlet Witch, the Vision and Mantis! And as an added bonus feature, rare Avengers pinups, profiles and more from the pages of the '70s fanzine FOOM! Collecting AVENGERS (1963) #115-128, GIANT-SIZE AVENGERS (1974) #1, DEFENDERS (1972) #8-11, CAPTAIN MARVEL (1968) #33 and FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #150.
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Collects Daredevil (1964) #271-282, Annual #5-6 and material from Punisher Annual #3, Incredible Hulk Annual #16, Silver Surfer Annual #3.All hell breaks loose! Things really get heated as Daredevil is caught between the diabolical Mephisto and his monstrous son Blackheart! The Man Without Fear and his friends will be forced to face their demons like never before! Are they fated to burn for eternity in the fiery underworld, or can they find their way back home? And what role will the Silver Surfer play? As Atlantis Attacks, Daredevil must face...Spider-Man! And DD, the Surfer, Punisher and the Hulk will be stalked by Lifeform! Meanwhile, Acts of Vengeance puts Daredevil well out of his weight class in a battle against Ultron! Good thing Karnak and Gorgon of the Inhumans are around to lend a hand (and cloven hoof)!
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Between their traditional Silver Age incarnation and the tongue-in-cheek Giffen/DeMatteis run, there was…JLA Detroit! Series scribe Gerry Conway revisits what may have been the most controversial lineup of DC's iconic team book ever. (Who can forget the breakdancing Vibe?) Then experience a classic tale reprinted from the '80s!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
She will be the mightiest champion of her time. He was the mightiest monster of his. What happens when these legends clash will change the course of history for the warrior known as THUNDRA! PLUS, a classic Thundra tale!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The origin of the Sons of the Tiger. The amulets that Black Tiger, Bob Diamond and Lin Sun possess allow them to unlock the power of the tiger and avenge their fallen master. Note: this issue only contains the Sons of the Tiger story.
Genre: Martial Arts
Chapter one of the comics adaptation of the second book in Michael Moorcock's Runestaffseries. Dorian Hawkmoon and his companion Oladahn arrive in the city of Soryandum. There, they get captured by the armies of Huillam D'Averc, only to be rescued shortly thereafter by the city's inhabitants that have used their magic and technology to slip dimensions so that they appear as wraiths.