Paul Levitz comic
This sword and sorcery title by scribe Paul Levitz and artist Steve Ditko epitomized the credo "Be careful what you wish for." The series' anti-hero was a nameless wanderer whose dreams of becoming a warrior brought him first slavery, then worse. Dgrth, the demon lord of warriors, answered the boy's prayers and granted him unparalleled combat skills, plus a hunter's gifts and name - in exchange for his soul. As Stalker the Souless, the youth came to realize that smiting his enemies brought him no joy, for he had been stripped of his humanity. From that point, the young hunter's target became the demon that made him. Stalker ran for four issues.
The Legion of Substitute Heroes are summoned by Tenzil Kim of Bismoll because he has a hunch that something bad will occur on his planet. Soon afterwards, Pulsar Stargrave arrives to control the planet. The Legion of Substitute Heroes are able to defeat Pulsar Stargrave with the help of Matter-Eater Lad, saving the planet of Bismoll.
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Mark Evanier, longtime Kirby associate and biographer (Kirby: King of Comics), tells a tale starring one of Jack's greatest villains. The latest daring escape from the orphanage of Granny Goodness leaves an infuriated Darkseid determined to capture and punish the escapees. The Lord of Apokolips puts his best hunter on the case, but one of Granny's students is unlike anyone he's encountered before. Plus, an untold tale of Omac by Humphries and Rude and a classic Kirby Fourth World tale!
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While the cover title is "Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes", the official title according to the indicia is simply "Tales of the Legion".Superboy (1949) - Issues 1-230Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes (1977) - Issues 231-258Legion of Super-Heroes (1980) - Issues 259-313, Annuals 1-3Tales of the Legion (1984) - Issues 314-354, Annual 4Beginning with issue #326, the series began reprinting the Legion of Super-Heroes (1984) series as part of DC's "hardcover/softcover" trial. The new Legion series was to be released solely through the direct market while the "Tales" series would continue to be released through both the direct and newsstand markets. This format was designed to emulate the mainstream book market where a book would be released in hardcover with a paperback (or softcover) release coming about a year later. In this case, the higher-priced direct market edition was the "hardcover" and the lower-priced newsstand edition was the "paperback."Most specialty comics stores quit ordering the Tales series after #325.
The future is past as super-scribe Paul Levitz and all-star artist Christ Batista transport us back to the formation of the LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES. You might think you know how the Legion came together, but hold on to your helmet for the ride of a lifetime.
Return to the 31st Century with the Legion of Super-Heroes and the students of the Legion Academy! Veteran Legion writer Paul Levitz continues to build the future of the DC Universe with the super-heroes of tomorrow!
Fan-favorite LEGION writer Paul Levitz returns to the 31st century super team he made supreme with an all-new intergalactic era! This exciting series picks up on threads from Geoff Johns's "Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes" storyline and creates its own all-new ones, including a Green Lantern Corps tie-in and the destruction of a major planet! Rocket on board here as Levitz and rising star artist Yildiray Cinar (TEEN TITANS) revitalize one of DC's most beloved franchises starting with an oversized first issue with a Variant cover by superstar artist Jim Lee!
Karate Kid travels to the 20th Century to capture Nemesis Kid, who has recently escaped his prison. While some Legionnaires don't agree with it, they allow him to stay in the past and stop Nemesis Kid, who was able to escape Karate Kid's grasp thanks to his super-powers. after defeating Nemesis Kid, Karate Kid decides to stay in the 20th Century because he feels alive there.
Power Girl and Huntress originally hail from Earth 2, but now find themselves on a whole new world--one familiar yet incredibly different. Writer Paul Levitz joins with artists George Perez and Kevin Maguire to give readers the story of the finest heroes of two worlds!
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Discover the origins of one of the DCU's most powerful heroines in this new collection featuring Power Girl stories from SHOWCASE #97-99, SECRET ORIGINS #11 and the sold-out JSA CLASSIFIED #1-4! Is Power Girl the cousin of Earth-2's Superman? Granddaughter of an Atlantean mage? From the future or an alternate dimension? All Karen Starr knows is that she exists in a world that doesn't fit. When her powers begin changing or blanking out altogether, she searches for answers long denied her. The clues lead her to the deranged Psycho-Pirate, who may break her mind before she learns the truth. This collection features her first solo adventure, plus her second secret origin and the sold-out first four issues of JSA CLASSIFIED, key stories tied to the cosmic events of INFINITE CRISIS!
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The Huntress hunted! What will the Huntress do that warrants such a death mark? And who puts it there? The jaw-dropping events will be revealed as the Huntress heads home to Italy and embarks on a mission that defines her life, as written by character creator Paul Levitz!
You thought global warming was bad? Anubis, the Egyptian Lord of Dead, is preparing the flood to wash the world away. Standing in his way? An overwhelmed Brooklyn med student who’s been handed the helmet of Fate, without an instruction manual.
Straight from the Legion of Super-Heroes, founding member Cosmic Boy stars in his very own limited series spinning out of the LEGENDS crossover event! Cosmic Boy heads from his berth in the Legion of Super-Heroes on a perilous voyage through time, space and self!