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  1. THE COMPLETE CHESTER GOULD'S DICK TRACY Volume 27

    Regular Price: $44.99

    Sale Price $39.99

    With one end of a rope around Tracy’s neck and the other end attached to an innocent young boy hanging out of a high-rise window, Chester Gould proves that he can still invent unique death traps for the sharp-jawed detective. And just when they think they’ve captured the criminal mastermind known as “Button,” he escapes…and escapes again! Also featured are Button’s sister named Hope Lezz; the knife-throwing ex-vaudevillian Keeno-the-Great; and a con man named Big Brass, who peddles atomic nose rings. Learn More
  2. BATMAN By Neal Adams Book Three

    Regular Price: $24.99

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    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
  3. MARVEL MASTERWORKS The Amazing Spider-man Volume 21

    Regular Price: $75.00

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    From an NYC Marathon assassination plot to Peter Parker's paper-thin apartment walls; from a merged Hydro-Man/Sandman menace to running into your ex-girlfriend's new beau Biff Rifkin, the City That Never Sleeps just won't give Spidey a break. Peter Parker is accused of causing a prison break and thrown in the slammer! Also featuring Moon Knight, a team-up with Sub-Mariner against the Frightful Four. Topped off with an iconic Dennis O'Neil/Frank Miller Annual pitting Spider-Man and the Punisher against Doc Ock! Learn More
  4. CONAN THE BARBARIAN The Hour of the Dragon

    Regular Price: $34.99

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    Presenting Marvel's epic adaptation of Robert E. Howard's sole Conan novel, The Hour of the Dragon, plus its amazing Conan Annual sequels. And, for the first time ever, the complete saga is presented in full color! Roy Thomas, Gil Kane and John Buscema bring the classic story of palace intrigue and eldritch horrors to life. The evil Xaltotun returns from the dark ages of Acheron to depose Conan, King of Aquilonia. While the world thinks him dead, Conan battles his way from dungeon to tower and mounts an all-out war. Learn More
  5. SILVER STREAK ARCHIVES Volume 1

    Regular Price: $59.99

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    As a life-time comics fan, I can hardly convey how pleased I am to see this wonderful material collected. Before Plastic Man, before Crime Does Not Pay, Jack Cole, Charles Biro, Bob Wood, Fred Guardineer and writer Otto Binder created some of the wildest and most fun comics of the Golden Age. Not from DC, not from Marvel--this was an upstart company that became the million-selling publisher of Crime Does Not Pay, Boy Comics, and the original Daredevil. All three titles ran well into the 1950s, long after the majority of Golden Age superheroes were history. Learn More
  6. TALES OF THE NIGHT WATCHMAN One Shot Fraser Cover
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    A crossover event three centuries in the making! Super-thief meets super-hero as Image Comics' the Red Hook teams up with the Night Watchman to travel back in time to save Brooklyn's first super-hero, a woman of mystery named Luna, who has been erased from history by a male super-villain harboring an unhealthy obsession for her. Come smash the patriarchy with us in this loving and epic tribute to comics' Golden Age. Co-written by Emmy Award-winner Dean Haspiel, creator of the Red Hook. One of three covers, A by Dean Haspiel, B by Emily Pearson (Dino!), and C, a special gatefold by Simon Fraser, honoring Golden Age greats Jack Cole, Tarpé Mills, and Bill Finger. Learn More
  7. WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT The Corpse Makers

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    The iconic masked crime fighter created by the legendary Will Eisner returns in an all-new tale by Eisner Award winner Francesco Francavilla. Unexpected disappearances and deaths hit Central City--with no apparent connection between the victims. The police just file them as runaways or natural deaths. But when someone close to Ebony disappears, The Spirit is on the case. Set in the 1940s pulpish world of the original Spirit stories, complete with Dolan and a beautiful and capable new supporting character, P.I. Lisa Marlowe. Learn More
  8. LEONARD STARR'S MARY PERKINS ON STAGE Volume 13

    Regular Price: $24.95

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    With this volume there are just two more volumes to go! There are 40 more pages in this extra-big edition of more mystery, adventure, and superb characterization, and fine-line art by the master illustrator. Maggie examines Starr's talent in all these areas: master of adventure, pacing, backgrounds and details, storytelling, mystery, and character. Collects Janurary 14, 1974 to November 8, 1975. Learn More
  9. AMERICAN FLAGG! Definitive Collection

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    In 2031, along with Raul, the smartest talking cat alive, and Luther Ironheart, the stupidest robot ever, and surrounded by a bevy of the most beautiful women of the 21st century, Flagg faces an uphill battle protecting and defending the American way of life...or rather, what's left of it. As a former porn star-turned-cop, he is as unorthodox a good guy as you've ever seen. This sexy, violent and scarily prescient look at the future is my personal favorite work ever from Chaykin, done for First Comics way back in 1983. Learn More
  10. D-DAY STORMING FORTRESS EUROPE Under Fire

    Regular Price: $26.00

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    Join the invasion of Normandy with a fully illustrated account of the Allied landing that changed the direction of World War II. One of the largest amphibious military offensives of all time, more than 4,000 troops lost their lives that day to free Europe from Hitler’s oppressive control. See what it was like for advance paratroops dropped in pre-invasion, and for Allied soldiers to wade ashore and begin taking towns, all under withering Nazi gunfire. Learn More

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