SUGAR AND SPIKE ARCHIVES VOL. 1
DC's cult favorite comic about a pair of precocious babies is collected at last in this volume. Hot-tempered Sugar Plumm and shy Cecil "Spike" Wilson may be toddlers, but they know more about getting into trouble than most grown-ups. And while they can understand each other perfectly, all their parents seem to hear when they speak is "Glx sptzl glaah!" Now, DC Comics collects their classic series for the first time, starting with issues #1-10, in this hardcover showcasing stories and art by the talented Sheldon Mayer, inspired by the hijinks of his own children.
SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY ARCHIVES VOL. 2
Another fantastic volume collecting the adventures of the Seven Soldiers, the inspiration for Grant Morrison's hit maxiseries! Featuring Green Arrow, Speedy, the modern Western hero The Vigilante, The Crimson Avenger, The Shining Knight and more, The Seven Soldiers battled injustice and villainy at the height of World War II in these colorful, fast-paced tales from LEADING COMICS #5-8!
BATMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 6
Batman is back and at his Golden Age peak in a new volume collecting DETECTIVE COMICS #120-135 (1947-48)! The Dark Knight and Robin face off against the Penguin, Catwoman, the Joker and more. Plus, an introduction by comics historian Bill Schelly.
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS ARCHIVES VOL. 5
Dynamo, NoMan, The Raven and Lightning are back! This volume collects T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS #12-14 and DYNAMO #4 (1967-69) with a foreword by Bill Schelly.
ROBIN ARCHIVES VOL. 2
This new ROBIN ARCHIVES collects stories from the late 1940s in which The Boy Wonder faces the Sinister Knight, declares war on Batman, travels to Rancho Fear, battles crime in Hollywood, and meets the fearsome man with the Midas touch. Features tales from STAR SPANGLED COMICS #86-105.
THE DOOM PATROL ARCHIVES VOL. 3
An amazing hardcover collecting DOOM PATROL #98-105 and CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #48 (1966)! Witness a new "unofficial" member, a wedding, and the Challengers of the Unknown! Featuring an introduction by comics historian Bill Schelly and a new cover by Brian Bolland!
SUPERMAN IN ACTION COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 4
A new volume collecting ACTION COMICS #53-68 (1942-1945) featuring an intro by William Schelly! This volume contains classic Golden Age tales — many reprinted for the first time — including the first appearance of the Toyman, the return of the Prankster, and more!
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 9
Don't miss this Archive Edition collecting JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #71-80 (1969-1970)! In these issues, the Black Canary joined, the new satellite headquarters was born, and more! Plus, an intro by pop culture historian William Schelly!