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Collects Uncanny X-Men (1963) #129-137.The biggest and best adventures of Marvel's mighty mutants — these are the X-Men Milestones! It doesn't get any more iconic than this tale of triumph and tragedy! The X-Men have fought many battles, embarked on galaxy-spanning adventures and defeated enemies of limitless might — but none of it prepared them for the most shocking struggle they would ever face. One of their own, Jean Grey, has gained cosmic power beyond all comprehension — and that power has corrupted her absolutely! Now the X-Men must decide between the life of the friend they cherish…and the possible destruction of the entire universe! This touching tale of ultimate power and the triumph of the human spirit has been a cornerstone of the X-Men mythos for decades. Relive the saga that changed everything!
Superman has stumbled upon a hidden laboratory he's been looking for weeks. He is startled to see that numerous data about him has been collected about him there. Superman flies up with the laboratory and places it at a lagrange point in space. Coming back to Metropolis, he finds an attempted bank heist and a new villain. They start fighting each other and it is later revealed that the villain is Metallo, a man with a heart of Kryptonite and with enough power to kill Superman. But during the fight, someone abducts Metallo, probably to serve his own ends...
Bethany, Nathan, Danny, Jack, and Jasmine (aka Jazz) suddenly find themselves awake in a world completely foreign to their memories. They remember having strange abilities, but nothing like this! What are they? They're part of the mystery that Tony Murcheson has been assigned to investigate and uncover: Project Next Men!
Into the age of diners, black leather jackets, and Buddy Holly comes a monster worse than any that ever made popcorn fly in front of a drive-in screen -- the Alien. Legend creator John Byrne has long been a fan of the Aliens films and he jumped at the opportunity to tell his story of the first Alien invasion, the one that took place in 1950's suburban America! When you Byrne an Alien, you gotta figure it's gonna give off some heat!
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But a super natural monster name Tundra is unleashed on the Canadian countryside and Alpha Flight is called back into action -- but not by the Canadian Government. Vindicator's wife, Heather, acutally takes it upon herself to call the team back to help Vindicator in the fight. In doing so she also calls in 2 Beta Flight members, Puck and Marrina to help previous Alpha Flight members Aurora, Northstar, Sasquatch, Shaman and Snowbird.
The Earth may have dodged a bullet on 12/21/2012, but there are worse things in store for our little blue planet. Seven adventurers aboard the International Space Station watch in horror as most of the world is decimated by a monster solar flare. And their only choice is to return to the surface, and face whatever awaits them there!
With the renaming of this title there was also a format change. The backup stories, internal story edits, and additional editorial notes are dropped. They are now straight reprints of the source material, with the obvious exception of the advertisements. Advertisements, which were absent from Classic X-Men, are also introduced beginning with X-Men Classic #48 - Even In Death.
Explore exciting moments in the Marvel’s First Family history and celebrate Marvel’s 80th Anniversary with the return of MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories, and highlights some of Marvel’s most impressive talent from the past eight decades. Reprinting the birth of Franklin Richards in Fantastic Four Annual (1963) #6, the first appearance of Namor the Sub-Mariner in Fantastic Four (1961) #4 and a special Invisible Woman story in Fantastic Four #245.
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From a collection of some of comics fans’ favorite creators, the adventures of Wonder Girl, teenage counterpart to Wonder Woman, are collected for the first time ever here in WONDER GIRL: ADVENTURES OF A TEEN TITAN.Donna Troy, Cassie Sandsmark and even a young Diana have all gone by the name Wonder Girl. Now see how each of them started their superhero careers. These stories include appearances by Wonder Woman, the Teen Titans and more, as well as stories by comics superstars including Gil Kane, Phil Jimenez and John Byrne.Collects WONDER WOMAN #105, BRAVE AND THE BOLD #60, TEEN TITANS #22, ADVENTURE COMICS #461, WONDER WOMAN #105, #113, WONDER WOMAN: DONNA TROY #1 and WONDER GIRL #1.
Collects X-Men (1991) Remastered #1-7.A fresh take on a classic saga! Magneto's future, Wolverine's past — and the X-Men in between! Magneto acquires a new army, the Hand revives an old enemy, and it's up to the newly reunited and rejuvenated X-Men to stop both! But from Asteroid M to Weapon X, Marvel's mightiest mutants are getting brainwashed wherever they go! Featuring mysteries from Wolverine's history and the first flashback appearance of Team X — plus Acolytes, ninjas and more! Omega Red! Maverick! Sabretooth! And the debut of the classic Blue and Gold X-Men teams! It's the opening issues of 1991's blockbuster "adjectiveless" X-MEN series like you've never seen them before — remastered and fully recolored in modern style!
We've given you thousands of stories. You've picked the best! Here come the 100 Greatest Marvels Of All Time! Heads up, True Believers! In honor of our fantastic 40th Anniversary, we're counting down the 100 best Marvel Comics ever -- and we're reprinting the Top 25 based on your votes! Over 50,000 ballots were sent in to The House, each one hand-counted and tabulated with tenacity by our very own boisterous Bullpen! The results were sealed and guarded by Lockjaw -- until now! What are the top titles that we've ever printed? The voting spanned every era of Marvel majesty -- but we're not saying who came out the winners just yet, gang! The only way to find out is to pick up these handsome reprint collections as we work our way down to what you, the mighty Marvel masses, have deemed the #1, hands-down champion -- the Greatest Marvel Comic Of All Time!
The Caped Crusader leaped off the pages in all his red and blue glory in this over-sized 80 page special crafted by 3-D expert Ray Zone. Not only did this graphic novel feature an all-new tale written and illustrated by John Byrne, but it also reprinted the classic story, "The Robot Robbers" by Sheldon Moldoff and Curt Swan from the 1953 tome, Batman: Adventures in amazing 3-D Action, which featured 3-D effects by Jack Adler. Boasting a large cast of villains including the Penguin, the Riddler, Two-Face and teh Joker, the issue also featured eye-popping pin-ups by such luminaries as Mike Mignola, George Perez, Alex Toth, Barry Windsor -Smith and Art Adams, and a pair of punch-out bat-shaped 3-D glasses.
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Collects Uncanny X-Men (1981) #281-293 and X-Men (1991) #8.When new villains overthrow the Hellfire Club in a bloody coup, a freshly formed team of X-Men is caught in the middle! But their battle is interrupted when hundreds of escaped convicts arrive from the future — pursued by the ruthless mutant policeman named Bishop! Raised since childhood on the legends of the X-Men, how will Bishop react to meeting his idols? What deadly portent of doom does he carry with him? And why does he quickly set his sights on Gambit? Meanwhile, the rest of the X-Men have their hands full as Colossus's long-lost brother returns, Storm and Forge's romance reaches a dramatic turning point, and trouble brews for Cyclops and Jean Grey! Welcome to the X-Men, Bishop — hope you survive the experience!
The legendary John Byrne brings his talents to the world of Jurassic Park and the results have never been more terrifying! Sheriff Tobias suddenly has more on his plate than he can handle when he is confronted with numerous cattle mutilations and the disappearance of a local farmer. Tensions escalate as the Feds arrive on the scene and the mysterious predators make their presence known!
Following up on last years hugely successful "Strange New Worlds" photonovel, John Byrne once again sets sail aboard the Starship: Enterprise, this time with an ongoing, bi-monthly series.
One lone survivor of Krypton became the greatest hero in the universe—Superman. But before its destruction, the Man of Steel’s birthplace was home to legions of heroes and heretics who molded their society into the technological wonderland it would become. Take a look into the time before there was a Superman and walk with his ancestors to uncover the tales of their lost civilization!From some of the industry’s greatest creators come the life and times of Jor-El, father of Superman; the story of a forbidden love that would ignite a civil war and lead to the eventual destruction of the entire planet; and the Kryptonian legends that defined their history.Collects WORLD OF KRYPTON VOL. 1 #1-3 and THE WORLD OF KRYPTON VOL. 2 #1-4, with stories from SUPERMAN #233, #236, #238, #240, #248, #257, #266, and SUPERMAN FAMILY # 182
Collects Avengers #263, Fantastic Four #286, X-Factor #1, and material from Classic X-Men #8 and #43.Jean Grey was touched by cosmic power, Jean Grey went insane and destroyed a world, Jean Grey sacrificed her life to save the universe...but it wasn't Jean Grey at all! Mutantkind's most remarkable resurrection, spread across three titles: Avengers, Fantastic Four and X-Factor! Guest-starring the Sensational She-Hulk, the Incredible Hercules, and more!
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Robots, aliens, and a spunky teenaged girl. John Byrne explores a whole new way of storytelling in "Stowaway to the Stars," where Byrne (Star Trek New Visions, John Byrne's Next Men) takes you on a journey through brand-new worlds and galaxies with this beautiful series of full-page, full-color illustrations, accompanied by a light, evocative, science-fiction storyline.
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"In 1986, John Byrne was recruited from Marvel Comics to reinvent Superman for a brand-new audience. Along with inker Dick Giordano, Byrne reimagined the look of Superman, Lois Lane, Krypton and Lex Luthor.The relationships between Superman and Lois, Superman and Batman, and Superman and Luthor were reexamined and tweaked for modern readers. Old villains such as Bizarro returned and new ones, such as Magpie, were introduced. It was the dawn of a new age for the Man of Steel that endures today. See how it all began in this collection of the first six stories. Includes a foreword by Ray Bradbury. This volume collects MAN OF STEEL #1-6."