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Phantom Force

Phantom Force

From issue 3 Phantom Force switched publisher to Genesis West.

Stuntman

Stuntman

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Take That, Adolf!: The Fighting Comic Books of the Second World War

Take That, Adolf!: The Fighting Comic Books of the Second World War

Between 1941 and 1945, Hitler was pummeled on comic book covers by everyone from Captain America to Wonder Woman. Take That, Adolf! is an oversized compilation of more than 500 stunningly restored comics covers published during World War II, featuring America’s greatest super-villain. From Superman and Daredevil to propaganda and racism, Take That, Adolf! is a fascinating look at how legendary creators such as Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Alex Schomburg, Will Eisner, and Lou Fine entertained millions of kids on the home front and buoyed the spirits of GIs fighting overseas by using Adolf Hitler as a punching bag.

Challengers of the Unknown by Jack Kirby

Challengers of the Unknown by Jack Kirby

Discover some of comics’ most daring writing and dynamic art—and thrill to the imaginative power of one of the medium’s greatest masters—in CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN BY JACK KIRBY, collecting all of the King’s stories from SHOWCASE #6-7 and 11-12 and CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #1-8, accompanied by illuminating essays from former DC editor Paul Kupperberg and acclaimed Kirby historian John Morrow.

DC Comics Presents: Jack Kirby Omnibus Sampler

DC Comics Presents: Jack Kirby Omnibus Sampler

Presenting a selection of Jack Kirby mystery stories from the 1950s, pulled from the pages of HOUSE OF SECRETS #3, 8 and 12, HOUSE OF MYSTERY #76, TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #13, 16 and 24 and MY GREATEST ADVENTURE #15, 16, 17, 20 and 21, plus a Green Arrow tale from ADVENTURE COMICS #251!

The Demon (1972)

The Demon (1972)

Hundreds of years ago Morgaine le Fey attacked Camelot in an attempt to get her hands on the Eternity Book which she intended to use to prolong her life.In an act of desperation Merlin summons The Demon Etrigan.The plan fails but as Camelot falls Merlin gives Etrigan a page of the Eternity Book so that he will be able to summon him in the future.


Mister Miracle (1971)

Mister Miracle (1971)

Scott Free, a wanderer on Earth, becomes tied up in a magician's involvement with a common criminal. The two Earth-men are at a deadly standstill because the crook wants to cover up a wager gone bad by murdering anyone and everyone involved.

New Gods by Jack Kirby

New Gods by Jack Kirby

Jack Kirby reinvented the superhero genre with his sprawling saga of the Fourth World—a bold storytelling vision that was decades ahead of its time. In honor of this extraordinary talent’s centennial, DC Comics is proud to re-present the groundbreaking work of the King of Comics in a brand-new series of trade paperback editions collecting his classic DC titles in all their four-color glory!At the heart of the Fourth World is The New Gods, a series whose scale and grandeur have astonished readers for generations. And at the center of Kirby’s startlingly original pantheon of larger-than-life characters are two of comics’ greatest adversaries: Orion of New Genesis and Darkseid of Apokolips!...

The Newsboy Legion by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby

The Newsboy Legion by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby

Set in the early 1940s, The Newsboy Legion is the first of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's very successful "kid gang" comics, featuring a group of scrappy boys who work together to stop crime in their home of Suicide Slum. Watched over by adult hero The Guardian - a.k.a. policeman Jim Harper - The Newsboy Legion battle crime through their own newspaper reporting, taking on crooked politicians, slum lords, fifth column agents and much more.

The Eternals

The Eternals

The Eternals are a fictional race of superhumans appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. They are described as an offshoot of the evolutionary process that created sentient life on Earth. The original instigators of this process, the alien Celestials, intended the Eternals to be the defenders of Earth, which leads to the inevitability of war against their destructive counterparts, the Deviants. The Eternals were created by Jack Kirby and made their first appearance in The Eternals #1 (July 1976).

In The Days of The Mob

In The Days of The Mob

Collects IN THE DAYS OF THE MOB #1 and stories from AMAZING WORLD OF DC COMICS #1 and 10.
Genre: Action

Green Arrow: A Celebration of 75 Years

Green Arrow: A Celebration of 75 Years

Armed with only his bow and quiver, Oliver Queen has been targeting the criminals of the DC Universe for seventy-five years as the Green Arrow. First appearing in 1941 as a twentieth-century Robin Hood in a tale by Mort Wesinger and George Papp, the Emerald Archer has grown to a be a wisecracking, hot-blooded, and sometimes radical counterpoint to more straight-laced superheroes. This collection features the Green Arrow in all his many forms, from the zany, boxing-glove-arrow wielding adventurer of the Silver Age to the gritty urban vigilante of the 1980s and beyond. GREEN ARROW: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS is a crash course in the history of the Battling Bowman from origin to death to rebirth, featuring an all-star cast of comic talent including Mike Grell, Dennis O'Neil, Neal Adams, Jack Kirby, Alan Moore, Kevin Smith, Phil Hester, Brad Meltzer, Amanda Conner, Jeff Lemire and more.

Machine Man: The Complete Collection

Machine Man: The Complete Collection

Collects Machine Man (1978) #1-19; Incredible Hulk (1968) #235-237 and material from Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #10.A military machine with a soul, a thinking computer in the form of a man — X-51 is the Machine Man! Abel Stack gave a government-created robot a human face, nurturing the man inside the machine and calling him son. But Stack's death left that son, Aaron, alone and running for his life. The military wants to strip him apart, and mankind doesn't understand him — but in exploits crafted by two of the medium's greatest talents, he'll still redefine humanity. Few comic books were lucky enough to be graced by the work of Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. Machine Man never saw an issue that wasn't illustrated by one of these creative titans. Now, the complete MACHINE MAN epic is collected for the first time, and in one complete volume!

Super Powers by Jack Kirby

Super Powers by Jack Kirby

Following the unprecedented achievements of his Fourth World titles, Jack Kirby returned to the DC Universe in 1984 for two special miniseries celebrating Kenner’s new DC-themed Super Powers toy line.Together with such creative collaborators as Joey Cavalieri, Adrian Gonzales and Paul Kupperberg, Kirby revisited all of DC’s greatest heroes and villains in the pages of SUPER POWERS, and launched them through time and space into the kind of cosmic adventure that only the King of Comics could deliver!Jack Kirby reinvented the superhero genre with his sprawling saga of the Fourth World—a bold storytelling vision that was decades ahead of its time. In honor of this extraordinary talent’s centennial, DC Comics is proud to re-present the groundbreaking work of the King of Comics in a brand-new series of trade paperback editions collecting his classic DC titles in all their four-color glory!

Captain America: Bicentennial Battles

Captain America: Bicentennial Battles

Commemorating America’s Bicentennial! Check out Captain America’s time-bending adventure as told by Marvel legend and Cap co-creator, Jack Kirby! A history lesson through the ages… starring the First Avenger!


The Newsboy Legion and the Boy Commandos Special

The Newsboy Legion and the Boy Commandos Special

Jack Kirby’s two wartime kid gangs share their first adventure together in a novel-length tale written and illustrated by Howard Chaykin! When the Boy Commandos arrive in New York on the trail of a secret Axis agent, they’re greeted as turf invaders by the crime-fighting Newsboys! Can these kids put aside their rivalry and join forces to protect the home front? Also features a Kirby reprint!

Weird Mystery Tales

Weird Mystery Tales

DC's latest horror anthology didn't enjoy as long a life as the company's other Weird themed titles. However, the host that was first presented ina framing sequence by author Marv Wolfman and artist Bernie Wrightson would provide endless creative material for Neil Gaiman's "The Sandman" series decades later. Cloaked in a dark robe and cowl, Destiny's stories came from a large book chained to him, containing events past, present and future. Despite his blindness, nothing escaped his notice - except, perhaps, the fact that the biblical Eve would replace him as the series' host after fourteen issues.

USA Comics

USA Comics

A superhero anthology running 17 issues cover-dated August 1941 to Fall 1945, it showcased early work by industry legends Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, and famed cartoonist Basil Wolverton, introduced the Whizzer and other characters, and for much of its run starred Captain America during that long-running character's World War II height of popularity.

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