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Collects Thunderbolts (1997) #23-37, Thunderbolts Annual 2000, Avengers Annual 2000.Heeeeere's Hawkeye! Your favorite ex-bad guys are determined to break good now that the ultimate reformed criminal is here to usher them into the big leagues of hero-dom — the Avenging Archer himself, Clint Barton! But can the Thunderbolts' new leader fend off the old one, Citizen V? Or the Crimson Cowl and her new Masters of Evil? And just who is it under that white mask and that red hood now, anyway? Mach-1 makes a sacrifice, then takes his tech to the next level, while things gets heavy with Graviton. Will Archangel join the team to lift the mood? Hawkeye will lead the T-Bolts into hell and back for a fallen Avenger — but when Clint locks lips with Moonstone, there's only one word for it: Uh-oh!
Collecting Thunderbolts (1997) #1-5 and #-1, Incredible Hulk (1968) #449, Tales of the Marvel Universe #1, Spider-Man Team-Up #7 & Thunderbolts Annual '97.Justice, like lightning! When the world's heroes disappear, a new team rises to take their place! Meet the Thunderbolts: Citizen V! Techno! MACH-1! Songbird! Meteorite! Atlas! But what dark secret are these heroes hiding? Read the stories that changed the way the world looks at redemption!
A new look for Strange - but will it be his last? The Sorcerer Supreme has a youthful appearance, yet he's still taking care of business including Nightmare's hunt for an heir! But long hair and dark glasses don't suit a man as urbane as Stephen Strange. It's time for a dapper new wardrobe and a new source of power: catastrophe magic! Which is fitting, given what archfoe Baron Mordo has in store. Mordo has had a profound impact on Strange's life - and now the villain is plotting his death! Plus: In an award-winning classic, discover what disturbs Stephen! And a particularly Strange Tale unites the Sorcerer Supreme with the Thing and Human Torch! Collecting STRANGE TALES (1994) #1; DOCTOR STRANGE, SORCERER SUPREME #76-90 and ASHCAN EDITION; and DOCTOR STRANGE: WHAT IS IT THAT DISTURBS YOU, STEPHEN?
With nearly 700 pages of clashing swords, malefic wizardy, and forgotten kingdoms-- and featuring spectacular adaptations of Robert E. Howard's "The Jewels of Gwahlur" and "People of the Black Circle"--The Conan Reader is a vast, priceless hoard ripe for the taking!Collecting a treasure trove of Conan one-shots, short stories, and miniseries from the finest creators in all of graphic fiction, including Kurt Busiek, P. Craig Russell, Fred Van Lente, Kelley Jones, Ariel Olivetti, and many, many more.
Written by Kurt Busiek and painted by Alex Ross, Marvels is a four-issue miniseries. It focuses on the thoughts of a news photographer named Phil Sheldon, and therefore shows Marvel's history through his eyes, and the eyes of the public.
Conan's earliest adventures, now available in affordable omnibus format!Featuring the legendary run of comics greats Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord, This 472 page omnibus features favorites such as Born on the Battlefield, The Frost Giant's Daughter, The God in the Bowl, and more!Features the legendary run by comics greats Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord!Also features work by Thomas Yeates and Greg Ruth, with colors by Dave Stewart!
Synopsis: The Crime Syndicate of America's path of destruction across their parallel Earth continues when they invade the tiny nation of Modora! But the most powerful villains of Earth Two soon encounter resistance in the form of Lady Sonar, sole surviving member of the Justice Underground. Will the lone hero be enough to stop the CSA, or will their villainous ways rule the day?
- Issue # Full (one month ago)
Iron Man recounts how this all started. Sometime back, Captain America had stumbled upon a hidden A.I.M. base. He was more surprised to find Mentallo, a telepath in alliance with them. Mentallo said that his mind was connected to a telepathic amplifier, and soon demonstrated its performance. He amplified his powers many times, so that he could access the mind of every person on the planet, except of course Tony Stark’s. Tony’s wrist watch protected him from the mind suction, but it also transported his mind into the telepathic maelstrom. Soon, he had a showdown with Mentallo in the telepathic plane. He revealed himself to be Iron Man, but his telepathic repulsors hurt Mentallo, thus lobotomizing him in the real world. But Iron Man was not done yet. The limited time he had access to the telepathic plane, he removed the fact that “Tony Stark is Iron Man” from the memories of all the people of the world...
- Issue # Full (2 months ago)
Meet Astro City's greatest hero, Samaritan, who uses his job at the newspaper to find out and stop crimes and disasters. For a hero who spends his day defending others, can he ever find time for himself?
News photographer Phil Sheldon's back, with the man-on-the-street's perspective on the big events of the Marvel Universe!
Collects X-Men (1991) #27-30 and Annual #2, X-Men Unlimited (1993) #3, Uncanny X-Men (1963) #308-310 and Annual #18, X-Men: The Wedding Album, and What If? (1989) #60. These are tense times for the X-Men. The Legacy virus, which has already killed many mutants both friend and foe, threatens to become a worldwide epidemic. Professor X has captured Sabretooth and locked him in the mansion basement, hoping to eventually cure his raging bloodlust. But amid the darkness, a ray of light shines - as longtime lovebirds Cyclops and Phoenix announce their engagement! The X-Men and their extended family come together to celebrate the union of mutantdom's most star-crossed couple - but will this joyous occasion revitalize the X-Men, and provide them with new hope and a new direction for the future? Or will the looming darkness still consume them all?
Featuring the return of favorites like Samaritan and Honor Guard, and the debut of some new sensations! Plus, the seeds of a new mystery: Who is the Broken Man? The entire award-winning creative team is back to kick off a new epoch of the human and the super human...
Venom, lethal protector! The enigmatic Moonstone! Bullseye, the man who never misses! Songbird, mistress of sound! Chen Lu, the Radioactive Man! Swordsman, master of the blade! The mystery man called Penance! And Norman Osborn, the Green Goblin! They’re America’s newest celebrities, ready to take to the skies at a moment’s notice in pursuit of those secret, unregistered superhumans hiding among us!
Modern masters Kurt Busiek and John Paul Leon unite for the spiritual companion to the beloved SUPERMAN: SECRET IDENTITY, putting a new spin you’ve never seen before on the legend of Batman and the dark emotions that drive him!
Metal Hurlant is the realization of Humanoids' vision to bring together the best storytellers from around the world to create a universal comic experience. This bi-monthly anthology features stories that will become instant classics. Every issue of Metal Hurlant is an event, and it gets started with a bang as Avengers writer Kurt Busiek teams with artist extraordinaire, Gerald Parel, on the new story, "Hunter's Moon." This issue also features the beginning of the serialized Megalex story by the TechnoPriests team of Jodorowsky and Fred Beltran, as well as several surprises!
Hail, hail the gang's all here! All your favorite folks who don the webs in one book for the FIRST TIME EVER! An old television program that features SPIDER-MAN and ARAÑA (with guest appearances by SPIDER-HAM and the SPIDER-MOBILE) returns to haunt SPIDER-GIRL in an 8-page original story. Also features MARVEL TAILS STARRING PETER PORKER THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #1 (November 1983), written by Tom DeFalco and illustrated by Mark Armstrong, in which Captain Americat and Spider-Ham investigate a video-arcade saboteur and run afoul of Hulk Bunny; SPIDER-WOMAN #20 (November 1979), written by Mark Gruenwald and illustrated by Frank Springer, featuring the first meeting between Spider-Woman and Spider-Man; and SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (November 1992), written by Peter David and illustrated by Rick Leonardi, where an all-new, all-different web-slinger is born as hot-shot geneticist Miguel O'Hara finds his genetic code merged with that of a spider's! Also features the first Untold Tale of Spider-Man as told by Kurt Busiek & Pat Oliffe!
- Issue # TPB (10 months ago)
He's back from the dead and starring in a new ongoing horror series from the mind of Kurt Busiek. A powerful, predatory corporation acquires a valuable asset - Dracula! They think they own him, but no one can own the Son of the Dragon. There's a monster in their midst that puts Hannibal Lecter to shame - and he plans to gain his freedom in blood. It's bloodsuckers vs. bloodsucker, as Busiek brings an incredibly modern spin to the Dracula mythos. Joining Busiek is award-winning author Daryl Gregrory (Pandemonium) and rising star artist Scott Godlewski (Codebreakers). The epic journey starts here, so don't miss the debut issue of Dracula: The Company Of Monsters, the next breakout ongoing series from BOOM! Studios! Featuring covers by Ron Salas and fan-favorite The Nocturnals artist Dan Brereton.