Paul Levitz comic
Unstoppable. Untraceable. Unkillable. This is how he changes the world... Who is the Visitor? Why are the leaders of the world terrified of him? And will they live long enough to find out?This December, industry icon and Eisner Hall of Famer PAUL LEVITZ (Legion of Super-Heroes) and Russ Manning Award-nominated artist MJ KIM (FAITH: DREAMSIDE) unleash THE VISITOR from Valiant Entertainment!
- Issue #1 (3 months ago)
From legendary writer Paul Levitz (THE GREAT DARKNESS SAGA) and artists Mike Grell (GREEN ARROW, Warlord), James Sherman and more comes SUPERBOY AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES.It's the long-awaited wedding of Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad, with a ceremony bringing together Legionnaires and friends from across galaxies! But amid the celebration, one guest's joy for the happy couple is mixed with apprehension: something is wrong with the 30th century, and only Superboy can see it. To figure out what happened to the Legion's future, Superboy and his friends must venture a thousand years into the past-to 1978! Plus, the Legion face off against the Worldsmith, rescue their billionaire benefactor, take over Superboy's brain and more!Continuing directly from the LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES, this volume includes stories from SUPERBOY AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #234-240, ALL-NEW COLLECTORS' EDITION C-55 and DC SUPER-STARS #17.
In 1935, DC Comics founder Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson published New Fun #1, the first comic book with all-new, all-original comic material. What began as disposable media for children was soon on its way to becoming the mythology of our time, the 20th century's answer to Atlas or Zorro. Over 40,000 comic books later, in honor of the publisher's 75th-anniversary, Taschen has produced the single most comprehensive book on DC Comics in an edition even Superman might have trouble lifting. Over 2,000 images are reproduced to bring the storylines, the characters, and their creators to vibrant life as they've never been seen before. Telling the tales behind the tomes is 35-year DC veteran Paul Levitz, whose in-depth essays trace the company's history, from its pulp origins through to the future of digital publishing.
Contains samples of "All-Star Squadron", "Arion, Lord of Atlantis", "The War is Over!", "Wonder Woman", "Batman", "Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld", "The New Teen Titans", "GI Combat", "The 1st Super-Hero Team-Up Comic is Still the Best!", "What Kind of Sentient Being Devours Every Issue of Legion?", "Flash", "Arak, Son of Thunder", "Echoes of Time Gone By", and "The Fury of Firestorm the Nuclear Man".
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.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
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!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
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.