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Star Wars Legends: The Original Marvel Years - Epic Collection

Star Wars Legends: The Original Marvel Years - Epic Collection

Collects Star Wars (1977) #1-23 and material from Pizzazz #1-16 and Star Wars Weekly (UK) #60.May the Force be with you, in the mighty Marvel manner! The classic original Star Wars comic-book series begins with an action-packed adaptation of Episode IV A New Hope, then continues the story of Luke Skywalker and his rebel friends as they fight on against the Empire in the dark shadow of Darth Vader! New planets and new perils await — like the Cloud Riders, the Behemoth and the space pirate Crimson Jack. Han and Chewie need six allies to make eight against a world — and one of them will be cult hero Jaxxon! Luke and the droids end up trapped on a Doomworld! And the Big Game will pit rebel against rebel!

Conan the Savage

Conan the Savage

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Marvel 1872: Warzones!

Marvel 1872: Warzones!

Note: The digital edition (11/25/2015) for this volume was released before the print edition.

Giant-Size Conan

Giant-Size Conan

This issue marks the first appearance of the pirate queen Bêlit in American comics.

Warlock (1972)

Warlock (1972)

"The Day of the Prophet!" Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Tom Sutton. High Evolutionary guest stars. The story continues from Marvel Premiere 2.

Marvel Tales: Black Panther

Marvel Tales: Black Panther

The Black Panther is on the prowl as we celebrate Marvel’s 80th anniversary with the return of the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of Marvel’s most impressive talent from the past eight decades. The origin of T’Challa, the warrior king of Wakanda, is explored by Roy Thomas and Frank Giacoia in AVENGERS (1963) #87! Then, Don McGregor and Rich Buckler kick off their seminal Black Panther tale “Panther’s Rage” by introducing the deadly Erik Killmonger in JUNGLE ACTION (1972) #6-7! Plus, meet a new Black Panther for a new era as the brilliant Shuri claims her brother’s cowl in Reginald Hudlin and Ken Lashley’s BLACK PANTHER (2009) #1!

Marvel Tales: X-Men

Marvel Tales: X-Men

The X-Men join the celebration of the House of Ideas’ 80th anniversary with the latest issue of the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of Marvel’s most impressive talent from the past eight decades. First, Alex Summers suits up as the man called Havok in X-MEN (1963) #58 — a classic tale of the original X-Men by the legendary team of Roy Thomas and Neal Adams! Then, New Mutants’ Sunspot and Warlock join a ragtag group of teen heroes — plus the mutant lobsters known as Bill and Don — in FALLEN ANGELS #2 by classic creators Jo Duffy and Kerry Gammill! And finally, Storm powerfully reasserts herself as the captured X-Men face execution in Genosha in UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #272 by the superstar team of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee!

Alter Ego (2012)

Alter Ego (2012)

Alter Ego Fights Crime!The first new issues in 25 years! Continue the saga of Alter Ego as he journeys into the comics of the fabulous 1950s!

Doctor Voodoo: The Origin of Jericho Drumm

Doctor Voodoo: The Origin of Jericho Drumm

Trade paperback collecting Framing Sequence, Strange Tales #169, Strange Tales #170, and Tales of the Zombie #6.

What If? (1977)

What If? (1977)

In this issue we see Peter Parker in need of money. Just as he did in the first issue of Amazing Spiderman, he goes to the Fantastic Four to join, and hopes to earn a paycheck. We are then given an introduction to the Marvel Multiverse by the watcher, and told many Universes mirror ours and differ greatly, all because of one small difference. In this case instead of turning him down, the Fantastic Four agree to have him in the group. This actually becomes a problem, since Reed does not want to have Sue in danger he constantly tells Sue to stay behind. Feeling unwanted and useless she finds solace in the arms of the Sub-Mariner.

Captain America & the Invaders: Bahamas Triangle

Captain America & the Invaders: Bahamas Triangle

March 1941. Assigned to safeguard President Roosevelt during a fishing trip in the Bahamas, the newly commissioned Cap endures his baptism under fire — while a German U-boat (carrying the Nazi super-soldier called Der Wunderkrieger (or Wonder Warrior) heads for the island chain’s capital! His mission: to kidnap England’s once-king, the Duke of Windsor, and sit him on the throne of a defeated Britain! But others happen to be in that part of the Atlantic as well — the once-bitter rivals the Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch!

Defenders: Marvel Feature #1: Facsimile Edition

Defenders: Marvel Feature #1: Facsimile Edition

When Doctor Strange faces a threat to Earth so big the Sorcerer Supreme can't handle it alone, he calls on two allies from his past: Namor, the Sub-Mariner, and the Incredible Hulk! Can these three powerful individuals find a way to work together to thwart...the Omegatron?! Or will their forceful personalities get in the way of victory? And assuming they survive, is there any chance they'd be willing to make a habit of this? Relive the issue that united three titans as the Marvel Universe's greatest non-team - one Doctor Strange would name the Defenders! It's one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all! Reprinting MARVEL FEATURE (1971) #1.

Swordquest (1982)

Swordquest (1982)

Chronicles the first adventures Torr and Tarra. When they were babies, they were brought before the evil king Tyrannus, who ordered the twins to be killed because of a prophecy given to him by his court wizard Konjuro. The prophecy stated how the twins would someday defeat the king and take over as rulers.

Star Wars (1977)

Star Wars (1977)

Long ago in a galaxy far, far away... there exists a state of cosmic civil war. A brave alliance of underground freedom fighters has challenged the tyranny and oppression of the awesome Galactic Empire. This is their story!

Avengers: Citizen Kang

Avengers: Citizen Kang

Collects Captain America Annual #11, Thor Annual #17, Fantastic Four Annual #25 and Avengers Annual #21.In the unassuming town of Timely, Wisconsin, the Vision has disappeared, and it's up to the Fantastic Four and the Avengers to save him! But Timely is connected to Kang's city of Chronopolis, which spans the entire history of the Earth and is guarded by the deadliest warrior's of every age, the Anachronauts! Can the Avengers and the Fantastic Four stop battling each other long enough to defeat Kang and the conniving Terminatrix? Guest-starring Gilgamesh and Dr. Druid!

Marvel Tales: Avengers

Marvel Tales: Avengers

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes charge into action as we celebrate the 80th anniversary of the House of Ideas with the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of our most impressive talent from the past eight decades. First, the old order changeth for the very first time in AVENGERS (1963) #16, as the original team gives way — and Stan Lee and Jack Kirby assemble Captain America, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver as Cap’s Kooky Quartet! Then, in one of the greatest comic stories ever told, Roy Thomas and John Buscema introduce the most enigmatic android of all in AVENGERS (1963) #57 — behold, the Vision! Finally, in AVENGERS (1963) #264, crafted by Roger Stern and Buscema, meet the new Yellowjacket — who’s about to feel the full sting of the wondrous Wasp!

Marvel Illustrated: The Three Musketeers

Marvel Illustrated: The Three Musketeers

Paris, 1625. A young man called d'Artagnan, after a series of misadventures, attempts to join the King's elite fighting force -- The Musketeers! Joined by Porthos, Aramis and Athos, the four make short work of the Crown's adversaries. But little do they know, the evil Cardinal Richelieu is creating a counter force to the Musketeers, one which may soon challenge the power of the French throne itself! This title in the Illustrated line reunites the creative team which brought you the much-lauded adaptation of The Man in the Iron Mask. All for one and one for all!

The Man in the Iron Mask

The Man in the Iron Mask

Alexander Dumas' brilliant follow-up to The Three Musketeers, brought to vivid life as only Roy Thomas and Hugo Petrus can! Deep inside the French prison known as the Bastille resides prisoner number 12, Philippe...who is none other than the twin brother of King Louis XIV. He was incarcerated to prevent him from setting off a civil war in his quest for the kingship itself. But there are forces who will work tirelessly to free this man in the iron mask - and put Philippe on the throne! It's the start of an adaptation that will draw you in with political intrigue so timely it will shock you.

Red Sonja: Ballad of the Red Goddess

Red Sonja: Ballad of the Red Goddess

A stunning new original graphic novel produced in cooperation with leading Spanish publisher Planeta, from the legendary creative team of writer Roy Thomas, artist Esteban Moroto and the incredible talent of Santi Casas -- presented here as an oversized hardcover and featuring a spectacular use of black, white and RED! Never before seen in English, this Hardcover OGN is an all-new tale, lost from the Nemedian Chronicles -- until now! The very origins of Sonja are cleverly teased as the masterful Roy Thomas weaves a tale of intrigue, deception and the search for eternal youth.

Elric: The Bane of the Black Sword

Elric: The Bane of the Black Sword

First Comics 6 volume adaptation of Michael Moorcock's novel, Bane of the Black Sword.
Genre: Fantasy

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