Jeph Loeb comic
Presenting some of the DC Universe's biggest and best stories--collected into single issue, easy-to-read formats! Written and drawn by comic book talent throughout the ages and featuring heroes such as Superman, Batman, Green Lantern and more!
Exploding from the pages of the Coven! She's got the power! The legendary power of the Lionheart reveals itself to an unsuspecting woman who must decide whether she will use her powers for good or be turned towards evil.
Collects Cable (1993) #21-28, X-Force (1991) #44-48.Cable and X-Force unite under the pen of superstar writer Jeph Loeb! A new era begins as Cable revamps his mutant strike team and relocates to the X-Mansion — where Cannonball "graduates" to the X-Men, and Boomer becomes unhealthily attached to the murderous prisoner named Sabretooth! But when Cable's wife, Aliya, returns from the future with a dire warning, he'll be swept up in a time-traveling battle to save his younger self from his arch-nemesis Stryfe! Plus: Cable's mentor, Blaquesmith, debuts; Caliban and the Mimic return; Grizzly goes bad; and Deadpool helps Siryn escape from...a mental hospital?! All this, and the true powermonger behind the nation of Genosha stands revealed as Cable and Domino face the disturbing, despotic Sugar Man!
Magic is no longer a myth... You've seen the exclusive preview in the pages of Wizard Magazine, and after months of anticipation, Soulfire #1 has finally arrived! From the #1 selling team behind the red-hot Superman/Batman series, Eisner Award-winning writer Jeph Loeb and Wizard's #1 artist, Michael Turner, along with colorist extraordinaire Peter Steigerwald, bring you the premiere issue of what is sure to be the most talked-about new series of 2004! Magic, myth and mystery collide in a new kind of adventure series where nothing is as it seems, and the fate of the universe hangs by a thread! Prepare yourself as the event of the year begins!
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's legendary Batman story is collected in an all-new black and white noir edition!Collecting this landmark series in a brand new noir edition, all-stars Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale send the Dark Knight on the hunt for a mysterious serial killer who strikes only on holidays. The World's Greatest Detective must solve the unsolvable with no shortage of suspects in a city beset by mobsters and costumed criminals, any one of whom could be his prey.Collects BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN #1-13 in black and white.
These specials served as the inspiration, along with editor Archie Goodwin, for Loeb and Sale to go on to create the now classic trilogy of Batman: The Long Halloween, Batman: Dark Victory and Catwoman: When in Rome.
When Liefeld left Marvel he wanted to use some left-over Captain America storylines and so created Agent America. Marvel took one look and sued for infringement. Therefore Liefeld bought the rights to an old character called Fighting American.
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Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, the fan-favorite creators of Batman: The Long Halloween, bring their signature style to Marvel's Man Without Fear...Daredevil composes his thoughts to his recently deceased love Karen Page and reflects back on his life.
The creative team behind Batman: The Long Halloween and Batman: Dark Victory brings you their prelude to their all-time classic graphic novels in Batman: Haunted Knight!Batman faces off against his most demented and wicked foes in three dark tales of horror and intrigue. Taking place on the most evil of holidays, Halloween, the Dark Knight Detective confronts his deepest fears as he tries to stop the madness and horror created by The Scarecrow, the Mad Hatter, the Penguin, Poison Ivy and The JokerCollects Batman: Legends of The Dark Knight Halloween Special #1, Batman: Madness #1 and Batman: Ghosts #1.
X-Force and Cable are supposed to be relaxing at an island resort. But when frequent FF foil Impossible Man makes an appearance (with his meddlesome kids in tow), this vacation getaway turns into an on-the-clock adventure!
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Batman has discovered something strange on the bottom of Gotham bay, which leads him to a mysterious and powerful teenaged girl who is bent on destroying Gotham City! Soon, she'll capture the attention of Superman, Wonder Woman and even Darkseid and his Female Furies. What is her connection to Superman? Why does Wonder Woman want to hide her from the outside world? How will Darkseid succeed in recruiting her into doing his bidding? Who is she, and whose side will she end up on?...
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Collects X-Force (1991) #49-56, Cable (1993) #29-31, X-Man #14, & X-Force/Cable Annual 1995.The shadow of Onslaught looms over Cable and X-Force! As a subtle evil begins its rise, the Askani'son faces destiny's call - which means a devastating confrontation with his counterpart from the Age of Apocalypse, Nate "X-Man" Grey! Meanwhile, X-Force is caught up in an unholy alliance between Sebastian Shaw and the horrifying Holocaust! As all hell breaks loose, the team will target their own leaders, Cable and Domino - and that means things get explosive! Threats lie in wait including the Blob, the Mimic, Selene, the Externals and S.H.I.E.L.D.! Boomer approaches Meltdown, there's Risque business for Warpath, and Siryn must enlist Deadpool's help to regain her freedom! Plus, Cable and X-Force face impossible odds - as in, Impossible Man odds!
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Something is terribly wrong with the world. But, what? Why is it that people get praised for insane behavior? Why is Bizarro the number one hero and Superman the villain who supposedly killed Lex, but oddly has no recollection. What has happened to the once half-sane world?
The Challengers are living in their own mountain, with a town that practically worships them. Then the mountain explodes, killing many towns people and seemingly, Prof and June.
Sam Alexander is a kid bound by the gravity of a small town and a father whose ridiculous, drunken fairy tales about a "Nova Corps" were just another heavy burden in a life full of them. But luckily for Sam Alexander... soon gravity won't even matter. And those troubles? It's like they're a billion miles away.