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  1. SUPERMAN / BATMAN Omnibus Volume 1

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    The fan-favorite series is collected in omnibus format. The Man of Steel and the Dark Knight unite when President Lex Luthor accuses Superman of a crime against humanity, and assembles a team of powerhouse heroes to bring Superman in -- dead or alive. Plus, prepare for the arrival of a very different Supergirl! She is a mysterious and powerful teenage girl bent on destroying Gotham City! Collects issues #1-43, plus Superman/Batman Secret Files #1, and Annual #1 and #2. Learn More
  2. BATMAN THE BAT AND THE CAT 80 Years of Romance

    Regular Price: $39.99

    Sale Price $34.99

    DC is celebrating 80 years of the greatest rivalry-turned-romance in comics. Batman and Catwoman have remained at the forefront of popular culture across movies, TV, and books, which is in no small part thanks to the stories collected here, following their first battles in the Golden Age, up to their modern-day romance and engagement, through wonderfully drawn stories by Tim Sale, Joelle Jones, J. Scott Williams, Jim Lee and others. Pin-Up gallery of variant covers and character studies. Includes "The Wedding": July 4th, 2018! Learn More
  3. BATMAN TALES OF THE DEMON

    Regular Price: $49.99

    Sale Price $42.50

    During a secret meeting Batman's informant is assassinated--his final words to find a person called Darkk. When he confronts Darkk, Batman is assaulted, leaving him unconscious, and finds himself in a dungeon--unmasked. There he meets the Daughter of the Demon, Talia, who jump-starts his journey to find the League of Assassins and its founder, Ra's al Ghul. Collects the earliest Ra's al Ghul stories. Michael Golden, Irv Novick, Bob Brown and Dick Giordano also contribute. Learn More
  4. 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
  5. BATMAN By Neal Adams Book Three

    Regular Price: $24.99

    Sale Price $21.99

    Legendary Batman creator Neal Adams' finest Batman works from the 1970s.  This volume collects, in chronological order, a gallery with 42 pages of his acclaimed covers, several sketchbook pages, plus ten complete stories from Batman #232, 234, 237, 243-45, 251, 255, and two rare, lengthy stories from Power Records: "Trumping the Joker" from 1975, and from 1976, "Robin Meets Man-Bat" with an assist from Frank Robbins. Also here is Two-Face and more members of Batman's famed rogues gallery. Learn More
  6. BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE Omnibus

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    The title is simple. The talent is spectacular. Collected from 2004: Batman: Black and White #1-4, second series #1-6,  series and ALL 49 of the backup stories in Batman: Gotham Knight. Featuring a Who's Who of fine artists, eager contributors to this unique project: Neal Adams, Brian Bolland, José Luis Garcia-López, Ted McKeever, Dustin Nguyen, Bill Sienkiewicz, Rafael Albuquerque, Michael Cho, Dave Gibbons, Mike Mignola, Paul Pope, Marc Silvestri, Michael Allred, Gene Colan... Learn More
  7. ABSOLUTE BATMAN The Dark Knight The Master Race

    Regular Price: $125.00

    Sale Price $105.00

    Three decades after The Dark Knight Returns, Miller himself has returned with a third chapter to his groundbreaking saga. It's three years since anyone has seen Gotham City's guardian. Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Superman...all of the Dark Knight's allies have retreated from the front lines of the war against injustice.  But now an army of unimaginable power, led by Superman's own daughter, is preparing to claim Earth as their new world. Bonus: nearly 200 pages of variant covers by a huge number of top artists, plus unused covers, preliminary art and much more. Learn More
  8. BATMAN CATWOMAN Maquette
    $275.00

    Tweeterhead presents the newest edition from the Super Powers Collection of DC Maquettes: Catwoman! This is BIG, and the box is even bigger, almost two feet tall. The statue is an impressive 16 inches tall, bullwhip in hand and with a heavy, nicely detailed base. It's got a ladder, a cat, a treasure chest of money and jewels. Alluring yet devious, with a nicely painted face and figure. We think it's very nicely done, and it's one of the largest statues we've handled. A classic Batman femme fatale nemesis in the grand old comics style. Learn More
  9. BATMAN THE 1989 MOVIE ADAPTATION

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    Beautifully adapted by two comics legends, this appeared when home video was still in its infancy and became the "rewatchable" version of the Academy-Award winning movie. For many, it opened the door to a whole new world of sequential storytelling. This celebrated retelling of hugely important, ground-breaking film is for the first time in a dedicated hardcover volume. It features the complete original artwork, using high-quality scans of Ordway's original, never-before-seen, black-and-white artwork, side-by-side with each finished full color page. Learn More
  10. SUPERMAN / BATMAN 80 Years Slipcase Set

    Regular Price: $59.98

    Sale Price $49.98

    An amazing 27 complete stories. We really like these important, pivotal Batman tales, such as the first Two-Face (1942), the first Riddler (1948), Clayface in 1961, and Neal Adams' Man-Bat in 1970. But an additional treat is other important stars of Detective Comics over the years: Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's Slam Bradley, Simon & Kirby's debut of The Boy Commandos in 1942, the Origin of Pow-Wow Smith--a beautifully-drawn western by Carmine Infantino in 1949, Manhunter by Archie Goodwin and Walt Simonson, and far more. Learn More

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