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Beginning an incredible collection of Peter David's character-redefining, 130-plus-issue Hulk run - including his complete collaboration with artist superstar-in-the-making Todd McFarlane! The Hulk, now a gray-skinned goliath, is angrier than ever - leaping into action against horrors from the grave, from the stars and from the house next door! Featuring the revitalization of one of the Hulk's longtime foes, the Leader - and a new life for the Hulk in Las Vegas! Say hello to Joe Fixit as casino conclaves mesh with interdimensional intrigue! Plus, classic clashes with X-Factor, Wolverine, Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and Werewolf by Night - and vile villains including Grey Gargoyle, Doctor Doom and the Abomination! Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #328 and #331-368, WEB OF SPIDER-MAN (1985) #44, FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) #320 and material from MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS (1988) #26 and #45.
Luke Cage burst onto the comics scene as a new kind of hero for a new era, a hero for hire. His exploits were set against 1970s New York’s grit and the plight of the city’s people, all while incorporating larger-than-life villains and even the occasional Avenger. As the first African-American super hero to headline in his own series, Luke Cage’s adventures were as historic as they were exciting. Now, his complete solo series is collected in one massive Omnibus edition. Experience first appearance of Cottonmouth, Cage’s evolving relationship with Claire Temple and the debut of Bill Foster as Giant-Man. Uncover the secrets of Security City and witness Cage battle for the title “Power Man.”
Anthology of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents stories published by Deluxe Comics. Wally Wood's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents ceased publication after a lawsuit over the characters ownership.
The Strangers, Night Man and Teknight gather together at Twin Peaks to figure out where the last two remaining bombs that Pilgrim planted across San Francisco may be. They get the idea that since Pilgrim hates them so much, they probably planted a bomb in the Strangers headquarters. They rush there, but ElectroCute and Teknight stay behind. ElectroCute figures that since they are in Twin Peaks, Pilgrim probably planted two bombs in the area. ElectroCute apologizes to Teknight for assuming he was a villain and they kiss. They discuss the ramifications of the kiss and the concept of romance between an android and a robot inhabited by a spirit. ElectroCute also hypothesizes that the reason she has become distant with Grenade is because Teknight has been around. Soon, they hear someone snickering. It is revealed to be Rodent, a member of Pilgrim's Gang. They defeat Rodent and find the bomb, dismantling it. They then rush to the Strangers headquarters. Meanwhile, the Strangers find Pilgrim and Byter in their headquarters planting a bomb and they fight. Zara appears, though, and is able to assist in Pilgrim and Byter's escape. They dismantle the final bomb and are pleased with that accomplishment, but are still bewildered about the identity of the Pilgrim. Night Man reveals that he knows who Pilgrim is and that he is actually a member of the Strangers: Atom Bob. Disbelieving at first, Atom Bob finally admits he is Pilgrim. He admits the power he has was too powerful and he was infected with the temptation when he fought Bastinado, a demon king. Pilgrim tries to flee but the Strangers fight him. Yrial uses her magic to fight Pilgrim, her magic created to fight Pilgrim's kind of 'magic' power, the demon magic of Bastinado. They defeat Pilgrim, who reverts back to his Atom Bob persona, and Yrial uses her magic to keep him unconscious until they can find help for him.
- Issue # Full (12 days ago)
Collects Giant-Size Avengers (1974) #4, Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1982) #1-4, Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1985) #1-12, West Coast Avengers (1985) #2.
Collects Doctor Strange (1974) #6-28, Annual (1977) #1; Tomb of Dracula (1972) #44.
ALSO: Re-presenting two classic Kirby RAWHIDE KID tales, “The Bat Strikes” and “The Bullet Proof Man.”
- Issue # Full (16 days ago)
Note: The digital edition (4/28/2020) for this volume was released before the print edition.
In the aftermath of Jack Kirby's epic run on Mister Miracle, writers Steve Englehart and Steve Gerber cemented Mister Miracle's lore in the DC Universe forever! Mister Miracle returns after a three-year absence, but so do the villains of Apokolips, and Scott Free attempts to escape something no one has been able to: death. Collects Mister Miracle #19-25, The Brave and The Bold #112, #128 and #138, and DC Comics Presents #12.
In these 1970s tales, Dr. Light makes his dramatic return-and so does Snapper Carr, who's now turned traitor to the League! Ultraa, hero of Earth-Prime, joins the League in their battle with the Injustice Gang, while the Phantom Stranger assists the team against a family of ancient gods! Plus, the Atom and Jean Loring get married-but will the power of her mind destroy the Earth? Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147-157 and SUPER-TEAM FAMILY #11-14.
Teknight tries to warn about the threat of Pilgrim and his Gang, but the Strangers mistakingly believe he is actually Pilgrim. This immediate confusion causes Teknight and the Strangers to fight. Before too long, Night Man arrives to stop the Strangers and defend Teknight. Teknight explains who he is, how he is the spirit of a former king of Ghaul that was killed by a sorcerer's sword. His soul inhabited the current armor it inhabits now and he was propositioned by Pilgrim to join his gang, learning of seven bombs that were places in different parts of San Francisco. Teknight refused the offer and went to the Strangers to warn them, which is where they are now. The Strangers decide to split up to search for each of the bombs, with Night Man as backup for anyone who needs it. Lady Killer and Night Man find Brazen and Gangsta near one of the bombs near the Golden Gate Bridge...
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
Collects Special Marvel Edition (1971) #15-16; Master of Kung Fu (1974) 17-28; Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu (1974) 1-4; Giant-Size Spider-Man (1974) 2 and material from Iron Man Annual (1970) #4.One of the most groundbreaking Marvel comics of all time! The seriesthat captured the kung fu craze starts here! Born to be the world's most fearsome fighter, Shang-Chi's life takes an unexpected turn when hediscovers the truth about his father, the villainous Fu Manchu. Sobegins the epic story of the Master of Kung Fu! In his quest to end thereign of his malevolent patriarch, Shang-Chi pits his deadly hands andunstoppable spirit against incredible foes like Midnight, Tiger-Claw...and even the Amazing Spider-Man! He's joined by Sir Denis Nayland Smith and "Black" Jack Tarr of the British secret service, who will stop atnothing to end the devil doctor's reign.
Thanos is one of the deadliest villains in the Marvel-Verse - and these are some of his greatest tales of conquest! Thanos' sinister debut leads Iron Man into battle with Drax the Destroyer! Then, join Thanos in cosmic conflict with his arch-enemy, the legendary Kree warrior Mar-Vell! The Mad Titan takes on the demonic Mephisto as secrets of the Infinity Gems are revealed - but can Spider-Man triumph over Thanos and escape the afterlife? And what chance does Ka-Zar, lord of the Savage Land, have against the Mad Titan's world-conquering plans?! Plus, a holiday tale like no other starring Thanos and his "daughter" - the deadly Gamora! Collecting IRON MAN (1968) 55, CAPTAIN MARVEL (1968) 33, SILVER SURFER (1987) 45, SPIDER-MAN (1990) 17, KA-ZAR (1997) 11, material from MARVEL HOLIDAY SPECIAL (1991) 2.
Luke Cage burst onto the comics scene in 1972 as the "Hero for Hire." Equal parts Marvel Method and Blaxploitation boldness, he was a new kind of hero for a new era. Now, the Marvel Masterworks proudly present the complete Luke Cage, Hero for Hire - the historic first title to headline an African-American super hero - in one hardcover volume! Cage's adventures depicted New York City's 1970s grit and the plight of its people unlike any other, all while incorporating larger-than-life villains including Black Mariah and Doctor Doom. From Cage's origin story to his first exploits as the hard-as-steel hero, each issue has been painstakingly restored and collected here in color for the very first time! Collecting LUKE CAGE, HERO FOR HIRE #1-16.
As a child, Peter Quill spotted a flying saucer - and it ruined his life forever! Now a withdrawn, embittered adult, Quill strives to become an astronaut - so he can return to space and take revenge! See his transformation into the intergalactic policeman known as Star-Lord
- Issue # TPB (4 years ago)
This spectacular new hardcover collects the Batman stories illustrated by Marshall Rogers, whose work helped redefine The Dark Knight as a more human hero. Featuring bold, rich portrayals of The Joker, Clayface, Hugo Strange and The Penguin set in sweeping, gothic portrayals of Gotham City, this book includes Bruce Wayne’s love affair with Silver St. Cloud and her astonishing discovery of his alter ego.