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  1. GOLDEN AGE MARVEL COMICS OMNIBUS Volume 2

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    In its second year, the Marvel Mystery all stars settled in with the fiery Human Torch by Carl Burgos and the unparalleled stories of The Sub-Mariner by Bill Everett. But they also added super heroes galore: Simon & Kirby's Vision begins in #13 and is in every issue, the all-American Patriot and the wild robot Electro. Backed up by boy sleuth Terry Vance, the pre-comics jungle king Ka-Zar and the noir adventurer the Angel, beautifully drawn by Paul Gustavson. Each issue delivered 64 pages of nonstop 1940s action! Learn More
  2. WONDER WOMAN The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 4

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    More than 600 pages of never-before-collected stories. In these tales, Wonder Woman and the Holiday Girls accidentally land on the planet Mercury, where they are taken prisoner by a race of giantesses; Professor Chemico plans to melt the polar ice caps, threatening the existence of the snow people who live there; Wonder Woman is shrunk to microscopic size; and MUCH more! Wild stories written by Joyce Murchison and others, like little else in comics at the time! Featuring a plethora of strange villains, from The Cheeta, the origin, first and second appearance of The Huntress, and Solomon Grundy. Learn More
  3. FANTASY THE GOLDEN AGE OF FANTASTIC ILLUSTRATION
    $65.00

    A compilation of English and American illustrations of fairies, demons, princesses, beasts, and other fantastic creatures for books from the 1870s to the 1920s by great illustrators including Edmund Dulac, Kay Nielsen, Laurence Housman, Harry Clarke, William Heath Robinson and many others. Learn More
  4. TIMELY'S GREATEST The Golden Age Sub-Mariner by Bill Everett The Post-War Years Omnibus

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    After his service in World War II, Bill Everett returned to the Sub-Mariner without missing a beat. In fact, Everett's art and storytelling was better than ever. Never before reprinted, his post-war Sub-Mariner and Namora tales are anarchic, energetic and utterly endearing! This volume also features Everett's fan-favorite 1950s Sub-Mariner revival during Marvel's "Atlas Era." Alongside Namora, Princess Fen and intrepid love interest Betty Dean, Namor faces off against the nefarious Prince Byrrah, his own doppelganger, giant crocodiles and Communists aplenty! Learn More
  5. PORTRAITS FROM HOLLYWOOD'S GOLDEN AGE OF GLAMOUR
    $29.95

    Stills of Hollywood’s leading ladies reverently rendered into color. They evoke a treasured past of beauty and glamour, chosen not only for their sensuality, but also for how the discreet addition of color to older portraits elevates a former black and white still to a kind of artistic grace. Julie Andrews, Anna Mae Wong, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Bette Davis, Carole Lombard, Carroll Baker, Joan Crawford, Angie Dickinson, Eva Marie Saint, Ava Gardner, Greta Garbo and many others. Learn More
  6. BATMAN The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 8

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    These Batman stories from the early 1950s are dominated by the Gotham City underworld, the mysteries of Batman's own crime-fighting techniques and Batman's foes, the Joker, Two-Face, the Penguin and Catwoman. Along the way, Batman and Robin venture into the underworld bank, meet the underworld crime committee, explore an undersea hideout for criminals and investigate a rash of robberies in the Batcave. The Joker starts a newspaper of crime, Catwoman meets the King of Cats and the Penguin claims to go straight by opening an umbrella shop. Learn More
  7. SECONDARY SUPERHEROES OF GOLDEN AGE COMICS
    $75.00

    When Superman debuted in 1938, he ushered in the superhero—Batman, Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, Captain America, hundreds of new characters. But what about the many less well-known heroes who lined up to fight crooks, super villains and Hitler? Such as the Shield, the Black Terror, the Golden Age Daredevil, Amazing Man, Cat-Man (and Kitten), Dynamic Man, the Blue Beetle, the Hollywood starlet turned crime fighter The Black Cat? Publisher by publisher, this well-respected author covers in detail 14 offbeat outfits including Centaur, Fox, Prize, Ace, Harvey, Hillman, MLJ, Nedor (Standard), Lev Gleason, etc. Each unique character is examined, even if they made just a solo appearance. Learn More
  8. SUPERMAN The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 1

    Regular Price: $99.99

    Sale Price $85.00

    Foreword and afterword by none other than Jim Steranko.These groundbreaking stories cementing Superman's place as the medium's most enduring hero are gathered for the first time in this massive, expansive collection. This collects every single Superman story from the fabled origin on for three full years...1938 to December, 1940! Here is the original Superman, who began as a heroic crusader who could only leap, not fly, and was operating way outside the law. Police were shooting at him as often as bad guys. And he was not above intimidating, and sometimes summarily dealing out harsh justice as the lone vigilante he was. Learn More
  9. TIMELY'S GREATEST The Golden Age Human Torch by Carl Burgos Omnibus

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    Marvel's first super hero, the burning-hot hit known as the Human Torch, seared his way into readers' minds in 1939, setting the path for all Marvel icons to come. Carl Burgos' fiery hero wasn't a typical do-gooder; he was a creation of cutting-edge science in a world that was terrified by his burning visage. In this first-time-ever collection of every Human Torch tale from the character's debut through Carl Burgos' April 1942 induction into the war effort--plus his rare post-war and 1950s "superhero revival" stories. Learn More
  10. TIMELY'S GREATEST The Golden Age Simon & Kirby Omnibus

    Regular Price: $150.00

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    Joe Simon and Jack Kirby entered the comic book field separately, but when their talents came together, they became synonymous with innovative storytelling, powerful artwork and hit characters. They created some of the 1940s' most enduring creations, first at Timely and later at DC. Here is their entire Timely output--all the material they contributed to fromCaptain America #1-10, Marvel Mystery (the Vision) #12-25, USA #1--3, Human Torch #2, Young Allies #1; Mystic Comics #7, All Winners #1-2, Daring Mystery #1-3, 6-8, and finally, the incredibly rare Red Raven #1. Learn More

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