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Comic book storylines from classic comics: from well-known to esoteric.

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  1. SHOWCASE PRESENTS BATMAN 1-6 SET
    $200.00

    This is a six volume set of Showcase Presents: Batman. Volume 1: The spotlight's on Batman in this volume featuring Detective Comics #327-342 and Batman #164-174! The Dynamic Duo take on some of their most enduring Rogues Gallery members, including Penguin, the Riddler, and the Outsider in these classic Silver Age stories from the era of famed editor Julius Schwartz! Learn More
  2. BATMAN THE GREATEST STORIES EVER TOLD Volume 2
    $30.00

    As a celebration of the 50th birthday of Batman this book collects stories from 50 years of the Dark Knight. Learn More
  3. HOOK OFFICIAL MOVIE ADAPTION
    $25.00

    Using a cartoon format, portrays Peter Pan as an adult searching for his children after they are kidnapped from the nursery by the dreaded Captain Hook. Script adaptation by Charles Vess, with artwork by Vess, John Ridgway, Gray Morrow, Ray Lago and others. Learn More
  4. EC ARCHIVES Shock Suspenstories 3 Book Set
    $225.00

    Russ Cochran's EC Library--three volume, slip-cased hardcover set, reprinting eighteen complete issues of the comic book Shock SuspenStories, originally published in 1952. Includes stories by William Gaines & Al Feldstein, with art by Jack Kamen, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando, Graham Ingles, and Wally Wood. Featuring a foreword by Steven Spielberg, this book looks back at some of the edgiest and best written stories in comic history. Learn More
  5. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES VOLUME 1
    $40.00

    Taken from the Golden Age of comics, these stories feature early appearances by Catwoman, the Joker, and the Penguin. Written by Bob Kane, the man who created Batman, these entertaining tales of heroism and action feature the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder as they take on the colorful figures that try to control and victimize Gotham City.

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  6. BERNET

    Regular Price: $200.00

    Sale Price $150.00

    #34 of 200 copies of the deluxe hardbound edition, signed and numbered on custom bookplate. Edited by Manual Auad, introduced by Will Eisner and foreword by Joe Kubert. 240 pages of Bernet's linework, bibliography and awards listing. Learn More
  7. FOREVER WAR 1 Private Mandella
    $100.00

    #119 of 500 copies, full brown leather stamped in gilt. Part one of Joe Haldeman's Nebula and Hugo winning novel repurposed as a three-part graphic novel illustrated by Mark Van Oppen (Marvano). Signed by Haldeman and Marvano on the limitation page. Learn More
  8. MARVEL MASTERWORKS THE FANTASTIC FOUR VOLUME 13

    Regular Price: $75.00

    Sale Price $50.00

    Celebrate Marvel's 70th anniversary by experiencing the tales of the world's most-famous super heroes from the very beginning! While testing an experimental spacecraft Reed Richards, Ben Grimm, and Sue and Johnny Storm were exposed to a bombardment of mysterious cosmic rays. Upon their return to Earth, they found that they had gained wondrous abilities, the likes of which had never been seen before. That voyage was the first of many extraordinary adventures for these friends, who became known to the world as: Mr. Fantastic, The Thing, The Human Torch, and The Invisible Girl - The Fantastic Four! Collects Fantastic Four #21-30. Learn More
  9. MARVEL MASTERWORKS THE AVENGERS VOLUME 27
    $100.00

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    It was 1961 and out of the fertile imaginations of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and others emerged the Marvel Age. First came the Fantastic Four, soon to be followed by the Amazing Spider-Man, the Mighty Thor, the Incredible Hulk, Daredevil, Iron Man, and the Uncanny X-Men. These were Marvel's heroes, stalwart and true, ready to face any and all threats to mankind. Marvel Masterworks were created to give fans a chance to experience this phenomenon from the beginning. Learn More
  10. BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES VOLUME 2
    $50.00

    Continuing to reprint original stories from the 1940s, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES VOL. 2 chronicles the events and adventures that made Batman the mysterious and dark hero he is today. Written by Bob Kane, the man who created Batman, these entertaining tales of heroism and action feature the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder as they take on the colorful figures that try to control and victimize Gotham City. Also included in this book of classic tales is the first appearance of the Dark Knight's famous car, the Batmobile. Learn More

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