Robert Kanigher comic
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 THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #25-27 and #37-39 and STAR SPANGLED WAR STORIES #110-111, #116-121, #125 and #127-128.
In one of DC's strangest comics ever, a werewolf, a vampire, a gorgon, and Frankenstein's monster fight the German forces during World War II. Originally published in the early 1980s, The Creature Commandos laid the groundwork for recent series like FRANKESTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E. Collects WEIRD WAR TALES #93, 97, 100, 102, 105, 108-112, 114-119, 121 and 124.
The earliest adventures of the Flash-police scientist Barry Allen and star of the hit TV series THE FLASH on the CW!These classic stories from the 1950s tell the origin of the Flash, his discovery of his incredible super-speed, and the introductions of the first of his "Rogues Gallery" of super-villains-including Captain Cold, Gorilla Grodd and Weather Wizard, the Pied Piper, Mirror Master and Mr. Element. Also in this volume, witness the debut appearances of fellow heroes Kid Flash and the Elongated Man!Collects SHOWCASE #4, #8 and #14, and THE FLASH #105-112.
"The most recognizable superheroine of all time, Wonder Woman has been an essential part of the DC Universe and an icon for female empowerment for more than 75 years. Armed with her lasso of truth and her bullet-stopping bracelets, the Amazon Princess journeys into Man's World again and again, spreading her mission of peace and goodwill and fiercely battling injustice where she finds it. She's a princess, a warrior and an ambassador. Beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena, stronger than Hercules, swifter than Mercury... she is Wonder Woman! WONDER WOMAN: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS collects more than 400 pages of the iconic heroine's best stories, from her first appearance by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter, to her mod '60s redesign by Denny O'Neil and Mike Sekowsky, to her present-day adventures by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang. Other legendary talents featured include George Pérez, Darwyn Cooke, Robert Kanigher, Gene Colan, Phil Jimenez, Mike Deodato, Greg Rucka, Gail Simone and more".
All-American Western (1948) #103 continues from All-American Comics (1939) #102.All-American Western (1948) #126 continues to All-American Men of War (1952) #127.
Rex the Wonder Dog leaped into comics with his own bi-monthly series, kicking off with an adventure following the "Trail of the flower of evil" written by Robert Kanigher and drawn by Alex Toth. Possibly named after a canine silent movie star of the 1920s, Rex the Wonder Dog had been selected by a U.S. Army doctor to be test subject for super soldier serum which gave him incredible strength, speed, stamina and intelligence. After serving in WWII and Korea, the white German Shepherd came home with his handler Major Dennis and embarked upon a 46 issue run of heroic adventures, ranging from serving as a small town sheriff to bullfighting and solving interstellar crimes.
Genre: Slice of Life
With the Comics Code Authority relaxing its decades long stance on censoring the use of monsters and the undead in mainstream comics, DC placed an emphasis on the horror of combat with "Weird War Tales." The hybrid genre series was hosted by death, who appeared in new military garb every issue to present gritty tales of combat with overtones of suspense, science fiction, and paranormal activity. Produced by a who's who of war comic greats, including series editor Joe Kubert, writer Robert Kanigher, and artists Alex Toth and Russ Heath, the series' 124-issue run also introduced readers to cult favorites like the Creature Commandos.
The Golden Gladiator stars in "The Thunder of the Chariots!" (art by Russ Heath), the Viking Prince stars in "Battle for the Dragon Ship" (art by Joe Kubert), and the Silent Knight stars in "Duel in Forest Perilous!" (art by Carmine Infantino).
When sales of both Atom & Hawkman were on the slide, the two comics combined, continuing number wise where the Atom left off. Running for 7 issues, the comic sometimes featured our heroes in a team up and at other times they were in seperate adventures. Continues from The Atom.In 2010, DC resurrected the series for a single issue tied-in to the Blackest Night event, #46.
Sensing the Metal Men's depression over Platinum's absence, Magnus had suggested taking the Jetaway out for a ride. Soaring over the city, Magnus spied meteorites plummeting into a giant gas storage tank. The meteorites' impact caused a massive explosion. Magnus, and the Metal Men, were pitched out of the Jetaway. Holding onto Mercury, Magnus was carried back up into the Jetaway. Tin attempted to seal the burning gas tank. The gas, though, burned hotter than Tin's melting point, reducing the humble Metal Man to slag. Lead also tried to seal the blazing container, and met the same fate. Iron and Gold were able to seal the tank, but both suffered horrendous damage.
Sgt. Rock and a private named Tony go ashore at Anzio, Italy. The two scout ahead and Tony and Sgt. Rock head toward Tony's childhood town Sezze, only to find out that Tony's older brother Sal is the Fascist mayor and he is married to Therese, Tony's childhood sweetheart.
Ragman's debut was, like the shabby vigilante himself, an underrated gem. Writer Robert Kanigher's origin of the frayed hero was pieced together into moody, coarse segments by Joe Kubert and Nestor, Frank and Quico Redondo. Vietnam veteran Rory Regan's father and three friends were electrocuted by gangsters after uncovering stolen millions in a mattress. Rory tried to pull them to safety and the electrical current transferred their strength and skills into him. Donning an outfit of rags, the "Tatterdemalion of Justice" was born. However, the series ran for only 5 issues.
The series began as Our Army At War and although in time the title began to display the tag-line featuring Sgt. Rock, it wasn't until the series had lasted 301 issues that it was re-named to Sgt. Rock.