ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 5
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 5 continues to present the wartime exploits of the Justice Society of America, the first and greatest super-hero team of all time. In these masterfully reprinted adventures from the 1940s, the heroes of the JSA travel through time, battle persecution, and go in search of the missing Hawkman. But just when Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Starman, Dr. Fate, Johnny Thunder and Wildcat think that their adventures are momentarily over, they find themselves encountering the treachery of the emotion-controlling Psycho-Pirate for the first time.
THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD TEAM-UP ARCHIVES VOL. 1
A classic new Archive Edition collecting THE BRAVE & THE BOLD #50-56 and 59 (Nov 1963-May 1965), featuring the unforgettable pairings of Green Arrow & The Martian Manhunter, The Flash & The Atom, and more! Plus, an introduction by Michael Uslan.
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 0
From the Golden Age of comics — a special volume collecting the early individual adventures of the members of the Justice Society of America from ALL STAR COMICS #1 and #2 at a special price!
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 2
Do you dare to enter the House of Mystery? This value-priced collection includes stories from HOUSE OF MYSTERY #195-211. These fantastic black-and-white tales of mystery and suspence from the 1970s feature thrilling stories with surprise twist endings that will keep readers on the edges of their seats!
DC COMICS RARITIES ARCHIVES VOL. 1
For the first time ever, in one huge collection, three of DC Comics' most hard to find early anthology titles are reprinted in their entirety! DC COMICS RARITIES ARCHIVE VOL. 1 is a whopping 348-page hardcover collecting NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1940 and BIG ALL-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK #1 (1944). This volume, with an introduction by Roy Thomas, features appearances by virtually every early Golden Age DC hero: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Sandman, Hawkman, Scribbly, The Atom, Green Lantern, Mr. Terrific, Jonny Thunder and Wildcat!
THE GOLDEN AGE SPECTRE ARCHIVES VOL. 1
In 1938, writer Jerry Siegel accomplished something very few writers could ever match. Together with artist Joe Shuster, he created not just a character, but a whole new archetype: Superman. Two years later, Siegel was faced with a nearly impossible challenge with a new collaborator, artist Bernard Baily: What could follow a character who was the most powerful man on Earth? The answer was quite simple: a hero who was even more powerful, but with a supernatural bent — The Spectre!
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 1
Do you dare to enter…the House of Mystery? Everyone who does will find a full 22 issues of this classic DC series! Beginning with editor Joe Orlando's first issue (#174), this 552-page black-and-white trade paperback features a wealth of art from macabre masters!
THE JSA ALL STARS ARCHIVES VOL. 1
This brand-new series collects all of the Golden Age solo stories of Johnny Thunder, Hour-Man, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Mr. Terrific, Wildcat and Red Tornado from FLASH COMICS, ADVENTURE COMICS, ALL-AMERICAN COMICS and SENSATION COMICS (January 1940-May 1942)!