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  1. BATMAN BY SCOTT SNYDER & GREG CAPULLO Omnibus Volume 1

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    Scott Snyder's best-selling iconic Batman run gets collected in an omnibus format for the first time! Learn More
  2. THE JOKER The Bronze Age Omnibus

    Regular Price: $99.99

    Sale Price $85.00

    The Joker's greatest tales from December, 1969, to January 1986, in one massive hardcover. Includes the never-before-published The Joker #10. Collects Batman #251, 260, 286, 291-294, 321, 353, 365-366, 400; The Brave and The Bold #111, 118, 129-130, 141, 191; The Joker #1-10, Detective Comics #475-476, 504, 526, 532, Wonder Woman #280-283, DC Comics Presents #41 and 72 and more! New 2019 Foreword by Denny O'Neil. Artists run the gamut: Simonson, Colan, Newton, Aparo, Neal Adams, Ernie Chan, Cardy, Staton, Garcia-Lopez... Learn More
  3. SUPERMAN The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 6

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    Superman stories collected for the first time in their entirety, in this oversize omnibus series. Superman's adventures continue into the late 1940s with these stories in which the Man of Tomorrow becomes a British lord, foils conman J. Wilbur Wolfingham, thwarts the latest scheme of the Prankster, unravels the "Mother Goose Crimes," confronts the magically powered imp from the fifth dimension, Mr. Mxyztplk, and battles the mythical Atlas! And much more, including many iconic covers. Learn More
  4. DC UNIVERSE BRONZE AGE Omnibus By Jack Kirby

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    Legendary comics creator Jack Kirby's mind-boggling imagination is on full display in this massive hardcover that includes tales of super-hero adventure, mystery, war, fantasy, and science fiction. For the first time, DC collects Kirby's epic 1970s work from the pages of In The Days of the Mob #1, Spirit World #1, The Demon #1-16, The Sandman #1-6, OMAC #1-8, Our Fighting Forces #151-162, Super Powers #1-5 (1984), Super Powers #1-6 (1985), 1st Issue Special #1, 5 and 6, DC Comics Presents #84, Richard Dragon, Kung Fu Fighter #3, Weird Mystery Tales #1-3 and Forbidden Tales of the Dark Mansion #6. Learn More
  5. BATMAN The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 7

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    In these tales from the start of the 1950s, the Dynamic Duo encounter villains including The Joker, the Penguin and Catwoman. There are debut appearances of Killer Moth, Deadshot, the introductions of a new Batmobile and a new Batplane. The origin of the Joker and Catwoman is retold; we have a flying saucer story and Batman in the future; WF #44 is a SOTI issue, which Frederic Wertham used to insinuate Batman & Robin were gay (!). And much more, including a slew of incredible covers by the unsung Win Mortimer! Learn More
  6. WONDER WOMAN BY BRIAN AZZARELLO & CLIFF CHIANG Omnibus

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    The entire run of writer Brian Azzarello (100 Bullets) and artist Cliff Chiang's (Paper Girls) bold new imagining of one of comics' most iconic characters, taking her back to her origins and immersing us in Greek mythology and the gods. Raised as a daughter by the Queen of the Amazons, Diana is different from the rest of her countrywomen. Formed from clay to give the childless queen the daughter she dreamed of, she is an outsider and outcast. But though Diana is different than everyone else, it’s not for the reasons everyone thinks. "The most focused, confident, and consistent title of the New 52." -The A.V. Club Learn More
  7. BATMAN AND SUPERMAN World's Finest The Silver Age Omnibus Volume 2 Hardcover

    Regular Price: $99.99

    Sale Price $85.00

    Superman and Batman first teamed up in WF and those unique collaborative adventures continue here. Appearances with Bizarro Superman, Bat-Mite, and Mr. Mxyzptlk. This kicks off with a Bat-Woman appearance in #117, a Joker and Luthor team up in #129,  the origin of the Composite Superman, a Legion appearance, Luthor/Clayface and Luthor/Braniac team ups, the second Super Sons story, and the last appearance of Kathy Kane (Bat-Woman) until Batman Family #10 in 1977, more than ten years later! Dick Sprang provides the art until #135. Learn More
  8. THE DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN Omnibus

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    Nearly 1400 pages plus 32-page bonus section. The unthinkable has happened. The Man of Steel is dead. Sacrificing his life to an unstoppable global threat, the people of Earth must now accept that the world they live in is a world without Superman. Legendary writer Dan Jurgens (Superman: Action Comics) brings you in its entirety the epic saga that gripped the nation when it first appeared. When the Earth continues to be threatened by beings of immeasurable power, Metropolis' one true hero will rise and return hope to those who need it most. Learn More
  9. BATGIRL The Bronze Age Omnibus Volume 2

    Regular Price: $99.99

    Sale Price $85.00

    Now, for the first time ever, Gotham's greatest heroine's adventures are collected. These hard-to-find 1970s tales featuring Barbara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl, are now recut and collected in their entirety. In these stories, Batgirl teams up with heroes including Batman, Robin and Red Tornado, and faces villains including Killer Moth, the Cavalier and Madame Zodiac. Artists include Don Newton, Marshall Rogers, Lee Elias, Dick Giordano, Joe Giella, Don Heck, John Celardo, Dan Adkins etc. Learn More
  10. THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY The Bronze Age Omnibus Volume 1

    Regular Price: $99.99

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    New 2018 introduction by Michael Uslan. As one of the most celebrated anthology titles of the Bronze Age of comics, The House of Mystery cemented its iconic status in the 1970s under the transformative leadership of editor Joe Orlando, whose impeccable instincts yielded a cornucopia of devilish delights in every intriguing issue. It was a training ground for up-and-coming new creators Neal Adams, doing fabulous covers and stories, and lots of work by Michael Wm. Kaluta and Berni Wrightson. It was also a place for veteran artists to have some fun doing offbeat stories with no superhero in sight. Learn More

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