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    In 1973 DC brought back one of comics' most popular heroes: Captain Marvel, who had to become Shazam after Marvel trade-marked the CM name. His Golden Age adventures sold in the millions of copies, so guided by the original Golden Age artist, C.C. Beck, they brought back a new and original spin on superheroes with these tongue-in-cheek adventures. Includes Sivana, Kid Eternity, the three Marvels, the first appearance of Isis, the first Bronze Age appearance of Black Adam, the first DC appearance of Minuteman, and the origin of Capt. Nazi and Capt. Marvel Jr. retold. #35 was the last issue of the series. Learn More

    Now in both hardcover and softcover, simultaneously. Fawcett's success with the Captain Marvel family, not to mention their magazine empire, meant they had the money AND the in-house talent to do some of the best horror comics outside of EC. This title is one of the best-- and most unsettling -- of the genre! Hosted by The Mummy, with all five covers by the master of creepy, Bernard Baily. Cool stories by all the names above, plus writer Otto Binder. Plus Al Williamson and George Evans draw the book-length movie adaptation, When Worlds Collide, from Fawcett Motion Picture Comics #110! Learn More

    This third volume of Charlton's fit 'n' funky Space Adventures couldn't always make up its mind whether to go all-out-SF or all-out-Horror or, as evidenced here, a mix of the two. And up front we have Steve Ditko doing two covers and three stories -- also a fun robot cover. And the hallowed Blue Beetle also makes two rare 1950s appearances. Inspired by Wally Wood, young Dick Giordano offers flashes of talent here, Berni Krigstein does the cover to #15, and Superman's Joe Shuster does a story, too. Learn More

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    This King-Size edition presents Steve Ditko and Stan Lee's complete "Doctor Strange" stories at a massive size, so big that each page is like falling into another dimension. Lose yourself in the first appearances of such iconic characters as Baron Mordo, Wong, Eternity, beautiful Clea, Dormammu, the Mindless Ones and more. Ditko is an inimitable talent dedicated to a singular vision -- one of the greatest storytellers of all time -- a visual master who created other dimensions beyond imagining and eerie worlds beyond compare. Learn More
  5. PAUL POPE 100%

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    Set in Heavy Liquid’s alternate future New York and the same timeline as hit series Batman Year 100, 100% focuses on the intertwining struggles, hopes, and loves of six characters all working and frequenting the seedy Catshack strip club. Blending the worlds of sex work, MMA fighting, and urban menace, 100% asks -- is it possible to find love, safety, and hope in this dystopian American megalopolis? Following the 20th anniversary edition of Pope's Heavy Liquid, this is the follow-up, 100%, in a newly remastered edition, a gallery of the wraparound covers, unseen art and sketches, and a new wraparound cover colored by Yuko Shimizu. Nudity, adult themes. Learn More
  6. THE SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN The Original Marvel Years Omnibus Volume 3

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    Writer Roy Thomas and Conan artist supreme John Buscema are joined by a host of top-tier visual talents -- Frank Brunner, Gene Colan, Sal Buscema, Ernie Chan and Carmine Infantino -- to tell Conan's most savage tales. This volume's stories range from the young Cimmerian's exploits as a mercenary to his latter days as king of Aquilonia in the iconic "Scarlet Citadel." Anchoring it is Thomas and Buscema's 160-page adaptation of Conan the Buccaneer. It's a high-seas masterpiece. Learn More

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    Time travel! When the man behind the Salem witch trials pulls the Scarlet Witch and the Vision back in time, Spidey gets dragged along for the ride. Doctor Doom doesn't cotton to people messing with HIS time platform. The Dark Rider emerges. It's off to the dystopian futures of Killraven and Deathlok before landing back in the 20th century for a crossover co-starring the Thing. Finally, Spidey, Iron Man and Doctor Strange battle the Wraith. The tough-as-nails NYPD captain and Marvel mainstay Jean DeWolff first appears. Learn More
  8. FREE COMICS The Giveaways that Fought Commies, Sold Cars and Cigars

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    From before Superman to today, there have been many thousands of bizarro, rare, and fascinating FREE comic books given out at gas stations, schools, churches, clinics, political rallies, shoe stores, and in cereal boxes. The unknown and astonishing story of promotional comics, few of which have ever before been collected. Besides teaching the public to love corn and hate commies, these lost treasures sold cars and cigars, elected and defeated politicians, were both for and against smoking and drinking, saved souls, taught people how to milk cows and repair tractors, fought for civil rights, and told the public how to buy a TV and avoid VD. Learn More

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    The classic horror series is collected in full -- with Man-Thing, Morbius and monsters -- including every last reprint, backup tale and hair-raising adventure of its iconic series stars! Includes Atlas Era and Silver Age stories by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko! Then, the shambling muck-monster Man-Thing oozes into the spotlight, with demon cults, sorcerers and Thog the Nether-Spawn. Next, Morbius the Living Vampire claims the title role and faces threats including the Cat People, the Caretakers of Arcturus and the deadly Daemond! Learn More
  10. FLASH #123 & GREEN LANTERN #1 Facsimile Edition Set

    Two iconic comics, reproduced from cover to cover with every ad (three 80-page Giants: Secret Origins, Superman and Batman Annuals), letters page (in GL). Reproduction is top notch. The first issue of Green Lantern, 1960, directly after his Showcase tryouts. with two all new Hal Jordan as GL stories. And from 1961, the very first "Earth II" story where our modern Flash, Barry Allen, meets the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick, and together solve a mystery in a book-length, three chapter story. Learn More

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