Gerry Conway comic
In these 1970s tales, Dr. Light makes his dramatic return-and so does Snapper Carr, who's now turned traitor to the League! Ultraa, hero of Earth-Prime, joins the League in their battle with the Injustice Gang, while the Phantom Stranger assists the team against a family of ancient gods! Plus, the Atom and Jean Loring get married-but will the power of her mind destroy the Earth? Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147-157 and SUPER-TEAM FAMILY #11-14.
In this new collection, Wonder Woman marries Steve Trevor as the Crisis on Infinite Earths approaches, and faces the Cheetah for the first time! Plus, the world is introduced to Wonder Woman in a "Year One" chapter, and the Cheetah strikes again-this time with the entire Justice League as her target! Collects Wonder Woman #329, Wonder Woman #9 (1987), Justice League #13-14 (2012), Wonder Woman #10 (2017), Wonder Woman #24 (2017), and Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1 (2017).
Collects Amazing Spider-Man Annual #24, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #10, Web of Spider-Man Annual #6. The adventure gets EVEN SMALLER as Spider-Man gets hit with some shrinking gas and just won't stop shrinking. Eventually, he gets shrunk down into the Micoverse where he'll have to contend with the evil Psycho-Man! Can Peter Parker escape and get restored to his normal self? Guest-starring Scott Lang, the astonishing Ant-Man.
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
The classic 1970s run of the Justice Society of America is now collected in a single volume from the pages of ALL-STAR COMICS #58-74, ADVENTURE COMICS #461-466 and DC SPECIAL #29! Witness the continuing adventures of the Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Doctor Fate and Wildcat as they're joined by younger heroes Robin, Power Girl and Star-Spangled Kid to battle the Psycho-Pirate, the immortal Vandal Savage, the Injustice Society and more.
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!
Welcome to the Death Dimension! Somewhere beyond time and space is a phantasmagoric landscape populated by demons, evil wizards and damsels in distress. A netherworld where the forces of darkness rule supreme. A nightmare realm where Spider-Man and Doctor Strange must wage a very personal battle, with the fate of the entire universe at stake. Welcome to the Death Dimension. No one gets out alive.
- Issue # Full (7 months ago)
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.
Luke Cage burst onto the comics scene in 1972 as the "Hero for Hire." Equal parts Marvel Method and Blaxploitation boldness, he was a new kind of hero for a new era. Now, the Marvel Masterworks proudly present the complete Luke Cage, Hero for Hire - the historic first title to headline an African-American super hero - in one hardcover volume! Cage's adventures depicted New York City's 1970s grit and the plight of its people unlike any other, all while incorporating larger-than-life villains including Black Mariah and Doctor Doom. From Cage's origin story to his first exploits as the hard-as-steel hero, each issue has been painstakingly restored and collected here in color for the very first time! Collecting LUKE CAGE, HERO FOR HIRE #1-16.
BATMAN ARKHAM: MAN-BAT collects some of the villain's greatest stories by some of the industry's greatest creators, including Neal Adams (GREEN LANTERN/GREEN ARROW), Steve Ditko (Spider-Man), J. G. Jones (WONDER WOMAN), Gerry Conway (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA), Chuck Dixon (NIGHTWING), Flint Henry (DETECTIVE COMICS) and many more!
Erik Larsen returns to the book he revolutionized back in the 90’s with a story that will remind you why! Legends Gerry Conway and Mark Bagley team up for a KILLER Spidey story that’ll keep you guessing until you read the last page.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
From legendary writer Paul Levitz (THE GREAT DARKNESS SAGA) and artists Mike Grell (GREEN ARROW, Warlord), James Sherman and more comes SUPERBOY AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES.It's the long-awaited wedding of Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad, with a ceremony bringing together Legionnaires and friends from across galaxies! But amid the celebration, one guest's joy for the happy couple is mixed with apprehension: something is wrong with the 30th century, and only Superboy can see it. To figure out what happened to the Legion's future, Superboy and his friends must venture a thousand years into the past-to 1978! Plus, the Legion face off against the Worldsmith, rescue their billionaire benefactor, take over Superboy's brain and more!Continuing directly from the LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES, this volume includes stories from SUPERBOY AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #234-240, ALL-NEW COLLECTORS' EDITION C-55 and DC SUPER-STARS #17.
The Legion of Super-Heroes fight the Psycho Warrior, a mentally unstable man who feels grief and guilt over the loss of his love. Superboy is able to stop Psycho Warrior, but not before he is reminded of the death of his parents and shown how they died. Superboy goes back in the past to his normal time and Saturn Girl gives him a mental hypnotic suggestion to remain in the past so he won't have to endure the loss of his parents and be constantly reminded of it or be tempted to change it
These are the greatest stories of Poison Ivy, one of Batman’s deadliest foes, from the pages of BATMAN #181 and #339, BATMAN/POISON IVY #1, BATMAN CHRONICLES #9, BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT ANNUAL #3, DETECTIVE COMICS #23.1, GOTHAM CITY SIRENS #8, JOKER’S ASYLUM: POISON IVY #1, BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #42-43, WORLD’S FINEST #251-252 and SECRET ORIGINS #36!
Chronicles the first adventures Torr and Tarra. When they were babies, they were brought before the evil king Tyrannus, who ordered the twins to be killed because of a prophecy given to him by his court wizard Konjuro. The prophecy stated how the twins would someday defeat the king and take over as rulers.
The Chronicles of Kull Volume 1: A King Comes Riding and Other Stories kicks off Dark Horse’s newest addition to its popular Robert E. Howard reprint line. Presenting every color Kull comic from the 1970s and ’80s chronologically for the first time ever, volume 1 features color Kull stories from Creatures on the Loose! #10, Monsters on the Prowl #16, and Kull the Conqueror #1 to #9. The writing talents of legendary creators Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, and Len Wein and the stunning visuals of Marie Severin, John Severin, and Bernie Wrightson are on display in such thrilling tales as “The Skull of Silence,” “Night of the Red Slayers,” and “The Forbidden Swamp!” See how Robert E. Howard’s Kull stories were interpreted over three decades ago in comics.
From legendary comics writer Gerry Conway with illustrattions by fan-favorite artists including Jim Aparo, Carmine Infantino, José Luis García-López and Don Newton, and featuring guest appearances by Superman, Green Lantern, and the whole Bat-family, these classic tales showcase one of the greatest talents ever to write for the Caped Crusader in TALES OF THE BATMAN: GERRY CONWAY.From the time his first story was published in 1969, GERRY CONWAGerry ConwaYy became one of the most prolific and highly regarded comics writers of the era. He wrote for nearly every character being published at the time, and his original creations—including Firestorm, Steel and Vixen—changed comics history forever. Conway’s work had a profound affect on the legacy of Batman, with his creations Killer Croc and Jason Todd becoming mainstays in the legend of the Dark Knight.Collects DETECTIVE COMICS 463, 464, 497-499, 501-504, THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD 158, 161, 171-174, BATMAN 295, 305, 306, BATMAN FAMILY 17, MAN-BAT 1 and , WORLD’S FINEST COMICS 250, 269.
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.
12 issue maxi series from writers Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas with art from Dan Jurgens. Not originally part of the DC Universe, however, lead character Rik Sunn would later make an appearance in Superman, and the Sun Devils were mentioned in an issue of Booster Gold.