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A perfect companion to CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, this is a definitive history of the DC Universe based on the consequences of that epic tale. Narrated by Harbinger, a central figure in the Crisis storyline, the reader is brought through the new history of the world and its heroes. Featuring virtually every character in the DC Universe, including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, and the Flash, this tale takes us from the dawn of creation to the end of recorded history and lays the foundation for adventures to come.Featuring spectacular artwork by George Pérez, illustrator of FINAL CRISIS: LEGION OF THREE WORLDS, this trip through the DC Universe is not to be missed.
- Issue # TPB (8 days ago)
Luke Cage burst onto the comics scene as a new kind of hero for a new era, a hero for hire. His exploits were set against 1970s New York’s grit and the plight of the city’s people, all while incorporating larger-than-life villains and even the occasional Avenger. As the first African-American super hero to headline in his own series, Luke Cage’s adventures were as historic as they were exciting. Now, his complete solo series is collected in one massive Omnibus edition. Experience first appearance of Cottonmouth, Cage’s evolving relationship with Claire Temple and the debut of Bill Foster as Giant-Man. Uncover the secrets of Security City and witness Cage battle for the title “Power Man.”
Following Crisis on Infinite Earths, comic book superstar John Byrne reimagined Superman for a new era in bold tales presented in this new collection! Starting with the six-issue Man of Steel miniseries, Byrne fundamentally changed Superman's origins and propelled him into the present, including iconic encounters with Lex Luthor, Metallo, and Darkseid! This title collects The Man of Steel #1-6, Superman #1-4, Adventures of Superman #424-428, and Action Comics #584-587.
When J. Jonah Jameson's astronaut son, John Jameson, brings a strange red gemstone back from the moon, he finds himself transformed into the macabre Man-Wolf! Becoming a lycanthropic creature on the loose, the Man-Wolf battles Spider-Man, Morbius, Kraven the Hunter and more - while investigator Simon Stroud comes ever closer to the Man-Wolf's true identity! Jameson soon discovers the truth behind the gem - but does his destiny lie in Other Realm wielding the sword of the Stargod? Or will the parasitic stone mean his destruction? Man-Wolf takes on Frankenstein's monster, She-Hulk and more - but can Spider-Man save him from a fate worse than death? Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #124-125 and #189-190; GIANT-SIZE SUPER-HEROES #1; CREATURES ON THE LOOSE #30-37; MARVEL PREMIERE #45-46; MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #36-37; SAVAGE SHE-HULK #13-14 and material from PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #3.
Collects Doctor Strange (1974) #6-28, Annual (1977) #1; Tomb of Dracula (1972) #44.
When he awoke as Lopez, he found himself branded a traitor by his superiors. When the Blood Brothers, ultra mercenaries, attacked the facility to rescue their brother, whom Lopez had captured eaerlier, Lopez escaped with his Marilu, and swore to find out what had happened.
Before he became Superman, Clark Kent was living in a cockroach-infested apartment trying to find a job as a reporter in the big city of Metropolis. If he can't get his life together as Clark Kent, how will he ever become Superman? This new edition presents the four-chapter one-shot written by Marv Wolfman with art by Claudio Castellini.
You know Nova from his hit on-going series; now, see how it all began in this power-packed origin! Before NEW WARRIORS and ANNIHILATION, Nova was one of the seventies' most scintillating stars! Experience the birth of Marvel's sci-fi hero like never before with a brand-new framing sequence by fan-favorite NOVA scribes Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning! Re-presenting NOVA #1 and #4.
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
Celebrating the women of Marvel, we present the debut of the one and only Dazzler! Leaping from the pages of X-MEN and AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, Alison Blaire, A.K.A. Dazzler, debuted in her own series - one of the direct market's first exclusive offerings - and put audiences on their feet. Equal parts pop star and super hero, Dazzler broke new ground and faced some of the Marvel Universe's greatest powers, from the Hulk to Doctor Doom and Galactus - all while fighting against a wave of anti-mutant hysteria! And as if that's not enough, Dazzler also pits her sound-based powers against Klaw, finds herself fighting for her life in prison and contends with every creep in the record business. Don't hold back, go for it - reserve your copy today! Collecting X-MEN (1963) #130-131, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #203 and DAZZLER #1-13.
An alien presence of enormous power enters Federation space, destroying three powerful Klingon cruisers and neutralizing everything in its path. As it heads toward Earth, Admiral James T. Kirk returns to the helm of an upgraded U.S.S. Enterprise and sets course to meet the aggressor head-on. This spectacular adaptation, featuring work by industry legends Marv Wolfman, Dave Cockrum, and Klaus Janson, boldly re-presented in its original form!
Johnny Blaze, the Ghost Rider, makes his Marvel Masterworks debut! In 1972, one of the most iconic characters in comics history - the flame-skulled Ghost Rider - burned his demonic presence into readers' minds! A legion of fans found themselves addicted to the Rider's combination of hell-on-wheels drama and action-horror adventure. And it all begins here, when Johnny Blaze makes a deal with the devil to save his friend's life. The payment? Transformation into the Ghost Rider! The stories that follow take the horror hero to Hell to battle Satan, pit him against the tempting Witch-Woman and team him with Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan. Written by Gary Friedrich and gloriously illustrated by Mike Ploog, Tom Sutton and Jim Mooney, this iconic series is beautifully restored for this Marvel Masterworks edition! Collecting MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (1971) #5-12 and GHOST RIDER (1973) #1-5.
Jessica Drew debuts as Spider-Woman in her inaugural Marvel Masterworks! Raised within the arms of the terrorist group Hydra, Jessica was taught to see the world from their twisted point of view and became a top agent in their international criminal network. But she began to break the bonds of her indoctrination when she crossed paths with Nick Fury and the Thing, becoming her own woman - and soon, an incomparable Marvel hero! Join us as Jessica Drew sets out to uncover her true origins, her identity and her place in the world. She'll employ both her spider-powers and her spy craft in battles with enemies mystical and macabre - and you'll soon see why Spider-Woman earned a reputation as one of Marvel's most unique series! Collecting MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (1971) #32, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #29-33 and SPIDER-WOMAN (1978) #1-8.
Collects Nova (1976) #1-12, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #171.Struck by a ray of energy sent by a dying alien, ordinary high-school student Richard Rider has inherited the mantle of an intergalactic Nova Centurion - and all the headaches that come with it! And even the powers of a human rocket can't help Richard outrun his all-new rogues' gallery, including Zorr, Condor, Powerhouse, Diamondhead, the Corrupter, Megaman - and the dreaded Sphinx!
The most memorable instance of Dracula in comic books remains the 1970s Marvel series The Tomb of Dracula, which ran 70 issues with the same creative team. Now the same team is back with a fresh take on horror fiction's most durable character. This is the classic Dracula, brutal and unrepentantly evil, in the hands of the creators best suited in portraying the most evil of all vampires. Tomb was a landmark in the history of horror comics, and The Curse of Dracula is the horror event of the year, done the way Wolfman and Colan have always wanted to do it.