Stan Lee comic
Collects Fantastic Four (1961) #52-67 and Annual #4-5, and material from Not Brand Echh #1 and #5.Stan Lee and Jack Kirby unveil yet another unmatched Marvel milestone: the debut of the world's first African super hero, the Black Panther - and his kingdom of Wakanda! And that's just the start of it all, as the Thing goes toe-to-toe with the Silver Surfer, the Human Torch takes on his 1940s namesake and the FF must face Doctor Doom - who's armed with the Silver Surfer's Power Cosmic! Plus: Experience another instant classic with the first appearances of Blastaar, the alien Kree, Ronan the Accuser, Sentry 456 and that spaghetti-headed wonder, the Supreme Intelligence! And if all that wasn't enough, the utopian scientists of the Enclave unleash the golden being called Him - the man who will one day become known as Adam Warlock!
Marvel Masterworks: The Incredible Hulk reprints the early adventures of Bruce Banner and his alter ego, The Hulk, in hardcover format. Volume One is a second edition, 'ReMasterworks' book, which is slightly different from the Hulk book in the Marvel Masterworks volume.
Marvel Masterworks: Daredevil reprints the early adventures of Matt Murdock in hardcover format. Volume One is a second edition, 'ReMasterworks' book, which is slightly different from the Daredevil book in the Marvel Masterworks volume.
Continuing the celebration of its 65th anniversary, Marvel Comics is proud to re-present the earliest adventures of Captain America, Sentinel of Liberty! This monumental hardcover volume re-masters and restores the first four historic issues of Captain America from 1941. Return to the Golden Age of comics as Cap and Bucky come face to face with the Red Skull, the Ringmaster of Death, Nazi minions and more!
In 1961, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby lit the fuse of the greatest revolution in comic-book history - the Marvel Age of Comics - and it started right here, in the pages of FANTASTIC FOUR! With the space race on, Reed Richards, Ben Grimm, Sue Storm and Johnny Storm shoot for the stars - but after their craft is bombarded by cosmic rays, they return to Earth with the startling powers of the Fantastic Four! These weren't just any super heroes, though - the Fantastic Four were a realistic, relatable, bickering and loveable family that couldn't pay their rent and didn't always love their powers. So crack open this Epic Collection and enjoy the beginning of the series that earned the name 'The World's Greatest Comic Magazine!' Collecting FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #1-18.
Imperius Rex! Namor gets the Marvel Masterworks treatment for the first time! Focusing on the Sub-Mariner's Silver Age revival, this deluxe hardcover delivers aquatic action to serious collectors! It's Namor in all his bitter, arrogant glory; fighting underwater threats and surface-dwellers alike!
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!
Will the X-Men fight to see another day? And how does IceMan fit into all this? Find out in the first ever appearance of the mutant team!
Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four reprints the early adventures of the team in hardcover format. Volume One - Volume Five are second edition, 'ReMasterworks' books, which are slightly different from the Fantastic Four books in the Marvel Masterworks volume.
This series was continued from issue 7 of the series A Date with Millie Volume 2. The series lasted with this name untill issue 20 an the name was then changed to Modeling with Millie with issue twenty-one and so the title remained until the series concluded with fifty-four issues.
Genre: Leading Ladies
Our story begins with a tall, blond cowboy dismounting from his horse, Apache; to investigate a cry for help. The cowboy finds two bushwhackers assaulting an old man’s ranch; and quickly disarmed them two shots from his gun, fired with uncanny accuracy! Unfortunately, before the cowboy could completely subdue the bushwhackers, one of them got the drop on the old man and shot him in the back.
The Hulk smashes his way into the celebration of the House of Ideas’ 80th anniversary with the latest issue of the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of the most impressive talent from the past eight decades. First, the Hulk returns to his original gray form in Al Milgrom’s status quo-shattering INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #324! Then, a blood transfusion from cousin Bruce Banner gives attorney Jennifer Walters a raging transformation of her own in SAVAGE SHE-HULK #1 – by the powerhouse team of Stan Lee and John Buscema! And Doc Samson manages to merge the Hulk’s personas, creating the super-intelligent “Professor” Hulk in INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #377 — a pivotal issue of Peter David’s epic run, illustrated by superstar Dale Keown!
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Born to a past-his-prime prizefighter, Matt Murdock's luck always ran a step behind his good intentions. When a daring act to save a man's life blinds young Murdock, he finds that the same accident has enhanced his remaining senses to superhuman levels! He becomes Daredevil, a gritty hero born from murder but tempered with the desire to protect the downtrodden. Writer Stan Lee and artists Bill Everett, Joe Orlando, Wallace Wood, John Romita Sr. and Gene Colan lay the foundation of Marvel's Man Without Fear, including the first appearances of core characters Foggy Nelson and Karen Page — and classic villains like the Owl, the Purple Man, Stilt-Man and the Gladiator!
The first appearances of Tony Stark, Iron Man! Launched in 1963 under Tales of Suspense, Iron Man represented another heroic ideal for Marvel comics. Tony Stark is a jet-setting, millionaire industrialist, but after a tragic accident, he dons the alluminum-alloy suit of Iron Man! The origin of one of Marvel's most beloved characters!
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The origin of Galactus! Scientist Galan was once a resident of Taa, a peaceful planet facing imminent doom. With the universe folding in on itself, Galan is determined to be the savior of his race- but the cosmos have other plans. Galactus emerges from the chaos, and must feed on the vital forces of a dying universe!
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