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Tales of Suspense (1959)

Tales of Suspense (1959)

Mixing science fiction with super heroes, Tales of Suspense showcased out-of-this-world pulp-style adventure in its early days before becoming the home of Iron Man and Captain America!

Incredible Hulk Epic Collection

Incredible Hulk Epic Collection

Dr. Robert Bruce Banner may look like a mild-mannered scientist, but after being caught in a gamma-bomb explosion, he became the unstoppable engine of destruction known as the Hulk! Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's atomic update on the Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde paradigm mixed the might of giant monsters with Cold War intrigue and psychological drama. Decades later, it's a formula that still has readers clamoring for more! For the first time, this Epic Collection follows Hulk's every adventure: his original series, his time fighting alongside — and against — the Avengers, his first confrontation with the Thing, encounters with Spider-Man and Ant-Man, and a mythic battle with Thor!

The Origin of Galactus

The Origin of Galactus

The origin story of Galactus and how he became what he is and why he must feed on planets.

All Winners Comics 70th Anniversary Special

All Winners Comics 70th Anniversary Special

Captain America and Bucky...the Human Torch and Toro...the Sub-Mariner...Miss America...the Whizzer...THE ALL-WINNERS SQUAD! It's 1946 and World War 2 is over, but the memory of those lost in the War haunts everyone- especially when Times Square is overrun by undead soldiers wanting their lives back! And leading this tattered battalion are the two casualties the All-Winners Squad can't fight- the original Captain America and Bucky! Plus: a surprise romance that has all the tabloids a-twitter! "Old Soldiers Never Die..." by Karl Kesel (MARVEL APES) and Steve Uy (AVENGERS: THE INITIATIVE) Buy Bonds! And this comic!



Origins of Marvel Comics

Origins of Marvel Comics

A set of important reprints of key foundations issues to the Marvel Universe. These reprints are framed by Stan Lee explaining Marvel history how he sees it.

X-Men: Gold (2004)

X-Men: Gold (2004)

Also jam-packed with all-star creators from X-Men past including STAN LEE, WALTER SIMONSON, LOUISE SIMONSON AND FABIAN NICIEZA!

Romeo And Juliet:  The War

Romeo And Juliet: The War

Two groups of superhuman soldiers have turned the Empire of Verona into the most powerful territory on earth. The Montagues, powerful cyborgs made of artificial DNA, and the Capulets, genetically enhanced humans known for their speed and agility, worked in tandem to destroy all threats to the city. With no one left to fight, the Montagues and Capulets found themselves a new enemy: each other. A young Montague boy and Capulet girl who fall in love. They secretly plan to marry, hoping their union can be what brings peace between the warring factions. But forces beyond their control begin to conspire against them, threatening their love, their lives - and the entire Empire of Verona.

Marvel Triple Action

Marvel Triple Action

Marvel Triple Action was a reprint title from the 1970's, reprinting older Avengers issues (after the first four issues were devoted to Fantastic Four reprints). For us kids who were growing up at the time, older comics were nearly impossible to get (for those of us in the boondocks, anyway), and MTA provided us with some fantastic Avengers stories that we otherwise wouldn't have been able to afford. By the time I was reading it, the book was reprinting stories from the era when the Avengers consisted of Captain America, Hawkeye, the Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver - a weak lineup, it seemed to me, but the stories were fantastic. Don Heck's art lended itself to dynamic figures, manic action, and fantastic machinery; Roy Thomas was fresh and creative and had a definite vision of super-heroic stories that was a perfect complement to what his mentor Stan Lee had been doing.As time wore on, later issues of the Avengers comic were reprinted. I got to read about the introduction of such characters as Ultron - whom I had always been intrigued with since Fantastic Four #150 - and his creation The Vision, a favorite superhero of mine and some schoolmates. Like Marvel Tales with the Spider-man stories and Marvel's Greatest Comics with Fantastic Four issues, MTA provided kids of the 1970's with beautiful, full-color reprints of classic Silver Age stories that we'd previously only heard about, and all for the same cover price as our regular comics. Even in this day of deluxe Marvel Masterworks and DC Archives, nothing beat the thrill of being able to go to the local comics dealer and pick up classic stories, month after month. Of course, it would help if I could be twelve years old again.

Spider-Man: The Mutant Agenda

Spider-Man: The Mutant Agenda

Re-live the origin of Spider-Man as brought to you by Stan Lee, John Romita and Larry Lieber! Plus, a collection of iconic moments from the wall-crawler’s history!

The Avengers (1963)

The Avengers (1963)

And there came a day, a day unlike any other when Earth's mightiest heroes joined forces to face the threats no single superhero could withstand! The Avengers where born!

Monsters on the Prowl

Monsters on the Prowl

Continued from Chamber of Darkness issue 8. This series stars the famous Marvel Monsters in reprints and some new stories!

Daredevil (1964)

Daredevil (1964)

He dwells in eternal night- but the blackness is filled with sounds and scents other men cannot perceive Though attorney MATT MURDOCK is blind, his other senses function with superhuman sharpness- his radar sense guides him over every obstacle! He stalks the streets by night, a red-garbed foe of evil! Stan Lee presents... Daredevil, The Man Without Fear!

Spider-Man: Origin of the Hunter

Spider-Man: Origin of the Hunter

You know them as the sinister masterminds behind AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: THE GAUNTLET, now rediscover the origin of Spider-Man's fiercest familial foes, the Kravinoffs! Once the greatest hunter of all time, Kraven had single-handedly trapped and killed every type of beast that lives, until his obsession with Spider-Man drove him to his grave. Now, with his journal uncovered by his daughter Ana, witness a more in-depth look at his earliest battles with Spider-Man! Reprinting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #15 and #34 in fully remastered color, with all-new pages and framing sequence by Marc Guggenheim and Mike Mayhew.


Venus (1948)

Venus (1948)

The tale of Venus, a beautiful woman from another planet. But what purpose does a goddess-like alien have on earth? People flock to her beauty and surround her with grace, but what are Venus’ true intentions?
Genre: Romance, Sci-Fi

Stan Lee Meets Dr. Doom

Stan Lee Meets Dr. Doom

Stan is abducted to Latveria by the sinister Doctor Doom, as depicted by Salvador Larroca! Then, Doom reflects on his long history of villainy in a tale by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness!