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As the 1970s dawned, Marvel Comics marched into a new era. An era whose heroes increasingly reflected the turmoil and social unrest of the time, and as Marvel's heroic pantheon evolved a newly christened hero debuted to herald in that new era - Adam Warlock! Mixing super-hero action with equal parts social consciousness and allegory, writer Roy Thomas and artist Gil Kane, in some of the most accomplished work of his career, launched Warlock on a wild ride across the cosmos to Counter-Earth! Hastened by the High Evolutionary to be the savior of this parallel planet, Warlock, armed for the first time with his soul gem, must do battle with the evil Man-Beast for the very planet itself! Featuring guest-appearances by Dr. Doom, Reed Richards, and no less than the Incredible Hulk, this volume of never-before-collected stories is one that you won't want to miss, and you can bet your pet rock on that! Collecting Marvel Premiere #1-2, Warlock #1-8 & The Incredible Hulk #176-178.
Author Robert M. Ingersoll teams with acclaimed Shadow of the Torturer artist Ted Naifeh and painter Scott Rockwell for a special Sentry solo story - with cover by original Hero Alliance artist Bart Sears! Here's a look at the methods and secrets behind the Hero Alliance's most mysterious member; what lies beneath the mask and psyche? This Issue: In "Cold Death", Sentry is forced to trach down and battle Sepulchre - the minor villain who once was considered a "joke" until his split personalities merged into a single, terrifying being. Now, Sepulchre is a ruthless murderer - on a carefully-concocted killing spree that only Sentry dares to stop! Shock follows shock as shrouded death stalks the night!
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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.”
When J. Jonah Jameson's astronaut son, John Jameson, brings a strange red gemstone back from the moon, he finds himself transformed into the macabre Man-Wolf! Becoming a lycanthropic creature on the loose, the Man-Wolf battles Spider-Man, Morbius, Kraven the Hunter and more - while investigator Simon Stroud comes ever closer to the Man-Wolf's true identity! Jameson soon discovers the truth behind the gem - but does his destiny lie in Other Realm wielding the sword of the Stargod? Or will the parasitic stone mean his destruction? Man-Wolf takes on Frankenstein's monster, She-Hulk and more - but can Spider-Man save him from a fate worse than death? Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #124-125 and #189-190; GIANT-SIZE SUPER-HEROES #1; CREATURES ON THE LOOSE #30-37; MARVEL PREMIERE #45-46; MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #36-37; SAVAGE SHE-HULK #13-14 and material from PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #3.
Masters of Terror is a black-and-white anthology comic book series published in 1975 by Curtis Magazines (an imprint of Marvel Comics). The title (which only lasted two issues) published reprints of previous Marvel anthology books.
Collecting Material From Deadly Hands Of Kung Fu (1974) #10, #18-24, #29, #31-33 and Special; and Bizarre Adventures #25.Danny Rand, wielder of the peerless power of the Iron Fist, must defend the mystical realm of K’un-Lun — but Dhasha Khan has a plan that will test Iron Fist’s mettle unlike ever before! The warrior-sorcerer seeks the spirit of the Firebird, a woman protected by Iron Fist — but Khan has the Silver Dragon at his side, someone with a deep and disturbing connection to Danny Rand! It’s a confrontation that risks Iron Fist’s very soul, brought to you by master storyteller Chris Claremont and artist Rudy Nebres, whose lush inkwash illustrations convey the power and majesty of martial arts like none other! Also featuring the solo adventures of Iron Fist’s colleagues Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, the Daughters of the Dragon!
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.
Collecting MARVEL PREMIERE #15-25 & IRON FIST #1-2.
Collects material from Marvel Preview #3, 7-8, 12, 16; Haunt of Horror (1974) #1-2; Monsters Unleashed (1973) #3-9; Bizarre Adventures 2#5, 33. Marvel's supernatural superstars star in lavishly illustrated tales of horror! And many of these bizarre adventures from the age of the black-and-white magazine are collected here for the very first time! Blade hunts, Dracula stalks and the Zombie shambles! Meanwhile, night brings the daughter of the diabolical Satana! You'll meet Gabriel, Devil Hunter! Discover the magic of Lady Daemon! Fear the Death-Dealing Mannikin! And brave the Haunt of Horror and the Vault of Evil! They're rarely seen creepy classics filled with werewolves, vampires and monsters unleashed - read them if you dare!
All-new mini-series by original creator Tony Isabella teamed with superstar artist Clayton Henry! Black Lightning is back and things are not the same! In his home town of Cleveland, high school teacher Jefferson Pierce is a role model for his students. As Black Lightning, he’s fighting to keep them safe, even as his city’s streets are invaded by local gangs with deadly super-weapons. And wait until you see who their supplier is! Real-world issues in a super-hero world! Expect the unexpected!
Meet Marvel's most eclectic super hero team! With the Avengers defending the East Coast, the Champions rise to defend the West. The team assembles for the very first time…amidst a skirmish of the Olympian Gods! Hercules and Venus are being hard-pressed into a plot to overthrow Zeus. Will Black Widow, Ghost Rider, Iceman and Angel, join Hercules in this battle for Olympus?
Will Doctor Doom and Sub-Mariner continue to be partners in crime? Their recent heists have fizzled in failure, and the two baddies have an ugly falling out. But will their alliance be renewed when Sub-Mariner falls into trouble and requires Doom's aid?
Maxinor flies the Justice Machine to New Atlantis. Douglas and Carolyn continue to secretly monitor and psychoanalyze the team. Douglas remotely blows one of the starboard engines to see how the team will react to a life and death situation, being the Justice Machine, they pass naturally. Arriving on New Atlantis, they are greeted by Douglas Hamilton and given a tour of the facilities. Meanwhile Zarren continues the search for the Justice Machine and is determined to catch them...even if it means going to Earth!