A handbook to DC’s greatest super-team featuring artwork by some of the biggest names in comics, timed to coincide with the debut of JLA/AVENGERS! Featuring the first of a triptych of covers by Phil Jimenez (originally featured in Wizard magazine), this stunning issue includes villains and heroes from Amazo to Green Arrow, and features artwork by BATMAN’s Jim Lee, SUPERMAN’s Scott McDaniel and indie comics superstars including Jeff Parker (The Interman).
Collecting Thunderbolts (1997) #1-5 and #-1, Incredible Hulk (1968) #449, Tales of the Marvel Universe #1, Spider-Man Team-Up #7 & Thunderbolts Annual '97.Justice, like lightning! When the world's heroes disappear, a new team rises to take their place! Meet the Thunderbolts: Citizen V! Techno! MACH-1! Songbird! Meteorite! Atlas! But what dark secret are these heroes hiding? Read the stories that changed the way the world looks at redemption!
Collects Cable (1993) #59-70, Annual '99; X-Man #45-47.Cable stars in power-packed adventures from an explosive era! The Askani'son's world is rocked when he battles Jack Truman, the highly trained S.H.I.E.L.D. operative known as Agent 18! When the Nemesis Contract is opened, Cable will face the wrath of Zzzax, the fury of Nick Fury and the portent of Project Deathlok! Then, when Stryfe strikes, Nathan must unite with his "blood brother" Nate Grey — the headstrong young refugee from the Age of Apocalypse known as X-Man — to stop him! But Cable will need help from the Avengers when the end times draw near, courtesy of the Harbinger of Apocalypse! Plus: Rachel Summers — the once and future Phoenix — makes her return! With the Prophecy of the Twelve looming on the horizon, will Cable embrace his Apocalyptic destiny?
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
The most acclaimed book of 2010 is back in 2011! The second volume of S.H.I.E.L.D. has arrived and Jonathan Hickman (Fantastic Four) and Dustin Weaver (X-Men) are making the second volume of S.H.I.E.L.D. even better than the first! In this issue, the secret history of Michelangelo. He has been pulling the strings for years and is now becoming the prime mover. Can he keep Da Vinci and Newton from killing each other and destroying the Brotherhood of the Shield? Don't miss this new start of the book that everyone is talking about!
Project Superpowers is Back! Written by Rob (Suicide Squad) Williams, illustrated by Sergio (Swords of Sorrow, Superman) Davila, and featuring an all-star roster of cover artists, this introductory priced issue is the perfect starting point for the most ambitious superhero story of 2018. An all-new threat faces the Earth, while the team faces turmoil from within and must overcome all obstacles to prove their worth and value in a world that desperately needs its heroes. The Death Defying Devil, Samson, Black Terror, Masquerade, Green Lama, Scarab and more are all here as the adventure begins again. Featuring an introductory story leading right into the all-new #1 next month, Project Superpowers #0 is action-packed and introductory priced. Includes bonus materials and 16 pages of original story."
Someone's been eating Cyborg's sandwiches! But who? One of the other Teen Titans? Or something more...SINISTER? Cyborg and his stomach want answers! NOW!
Collects Secret Defenders #12-14, Cosmic Powers #1-6.The ever-scheming Thanos forges unlikely alliances! But what secret mission could lead Rhino, Super-Skrull, Titanium Man and more to join Thanos's new team of would-be Defenders? That's exactly what the Silver Surfer and Captain Mar-Vell's son, Legacy, need to find out! To face the Galactus-level threat of the terrible Tyrant, who will join Thanos's cause? Legacy? Terrax the Tamer? Jack of Hearts? What about Ganymede, last of the Spinsterhood and sworn enemy of Tyrant? Where do the loyalties of Morg, Herald of Galactus lie? And most important: Does Thanos carry a world-shaking secret agenda? The battle begins as the cosmic firmament holds its breath. But in a war between two evils, either outcome may result in death!
THE FLASH COMPANION details the publication histories of the four heroes who have individually earned the right to be declared DC Comics' "Fastest Man Alive": Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, Wally West, and Bart Allen. With articles about legendary creators SHELLY MAYER, GARDNER FOX, E.E. HIBBARD, JULIUS SCHWARTZ, ROBERT KANIGHER, JOHN BROOME, ROSS ANDRU, IRV NOVICK and all new interviews of HARRY LAMPERT, CARMINE INFANTINO, CARY BATES, ALEX SAVIUK, MIKE W. BARR, MARV WOLFMAN, MIKE BARON, JACKSON GUICE, MARK WAID, SCOTT KOLINS, among others, THE FLASH COMPANION recounts the scarlet speedster's evolution from the Golden Age to the 21st century. Also featured are "lost covers," never before published commission pieces by Flash artists throughout the decades, a ROGUES GALLERY detailing The Flash's most famous foes, a tribute to late artist MIKE WIERINGO by Mark Waid, a look at the speedster’s 1990s TV show, and "Flash facts" detailing pivotal moments in Flash history. Written by KEITH DALLAS, with a cover by DON KRAMER (Detective Comics, JSA) with colors by MOOSE BAUMANN (Green Lantern).
For years the Avengers have fought to keep the world free -- but now Victor Von Doom, despotic monarch of Latveria is about to change all that. If the Avengers cannot stop him, his flawless, most desperate plan yet will put the entire world under his armored thumb. And the Avengers will be the first to fall. Reprints MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #27.
- Issue # Full (7 months ago)
Set between the 2013 finale of the second season of Young Justice and the debut of Young Justice: Outsiders, the prequel comic book is written by series show runner Greg Weisman, with art by Christopher Jones. The story will be released in 10-page chapters daily ahead of the series launch January 4. The first two chapters debut on DC Universe today...
A new age of mutant madness begins with the Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Tur- tles! This special zero issue is your very rst look at the new adventures the guys in green will be getting into this fall! Will the TMNT be able to master their new world, or will their new world master them?!
These full-color comic stories from World War II tell of true role models of the patriotic ideal. Starting with The Shield and followed by Captain America, a whole battalion of red, white, and blue heroes appeared on the four-color page to help fight the Nazis. Their fascinating history and their stirring tales will both entertain and inspire new generations! See the two-fisted, three-colored Miss America, The Fighting Yank, Super-American, U.S. Jones, Captain Freedom, Lady Liberty, Major Victory, American Eagle, Captain Victory, and many more!
Teen teams are nothing new, but only one super-group got started at age twelve and under! Alex, Julie, Jack and Katie Power prove you're never too young to save the universe when they use the powers they received from one alien race to foil the schemes of another, the dreaded Snarks! Back on Earth, they meet another new archenemy, General Carmody, a mutantphobe so confused he even targets heroes who AREN'T mutants! Guest-starring Spider-Man, Cloak and Dagger, and Henry Peter Gyrich of Initiative infamy!
Collects Punisher (1987) #63-75, Punisher: G-Force, Punisher: Die Hard in the Big Easy, Punisher/Black Widow: Spinning Doomsday's Web.The Punisher hits Europe! When Frank Castle heads to London in pursuit of the assassin Snakebite, he fi nds a whole continent of trouble - and also his biggest fan: the British vigilante Outlaw! Their fragile Anglo-American alliance must survive a deadly chase from country to country that will draw in mercenaries from Batroc to the Tarantula! But can the Punisher put a stop to a plot that goes all the way up to the Kingpin himself? And if he returns to America in one piece, Frank will be targeted by the anti-vigilantism task force known as V.I.G.I.L.! Plus: the Punisher in space! The death-dealing Baron Cemetery! And a tense team-up with the Avengers' own Black Widow!
With the renaming of this title there was also a format change. The backup stories, internal story edits, and additional editorial notes are dropped. They are now straight reprints of the source material, with the obvious exception of the advertisements. Advertisements, which were absent from Classic X-Men, are also introduced beginning with X-Men Classic #48 - Even In Death.