newJUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 2
In these 1970s tales, the JLA must stop a plague from devastating Hawkman’s homeworld of Thanagar, aid their ally Adam Strange on the planet Rann, face the Justice Society of...
DC RETROACTIVE: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA – THE '70S #1
Writer Cary Bates reveals the untold story of how super villain Kanjar Ro nearly destroyed life as we know it when he set out to conquer Earth – Earth- Prime, that is. It's up to the Justice League, Adam Strange and a very special DC legend to save the 1970s!Plus: Following the 26-page lead story is a classic tale originally published in the '70s, also written by Cary Bates!
CRISIS ON MULTIPLE EARTHS VOL. 5
A new helping of JLA/JSA crossovers is here, featuring stories from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159, 160, 171, 172, 183, 184 and 185, guest-starring Jonah Hex, Enemy Ace, The New Gods and more!
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: THE TRIAL OF THE FLASH
Following the murder of The Flash's wife by The Reverse-Flash, the two foes are locked in a round-the-world battle that ends in the death of the evildoer. Collected from THE FLASH #323-327, 329-336 and 340-350.
GREEN ARROW VOL. 1: HUNTER’S MOON
In these 1980s stories from GREEN ARROW #1-6, Green Arrow hunts down a child killer, races to find a lost biological weapon before Chinese spies can find...
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: DC COMICS PRESENTS – SUPERMAN TEAM-UPS VOL. 1
Superman meets DC's greatest heroes including The Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and many more in this title collecting DC COMICS PRESENTS #1-26.
TALES OF BATMAN: GENE COLAN VOL. 1
For the first time, DC Comics collects the moody Batman stories drawn by comics legend Gene Colan, with appearances by some of Batman's greatest foes, including Man-Bat, The Monk, Rupert Thorne and more. Collecting BATMAN #340, 343-345 and 348-351 and DETECTIVE COMICS #510, 512, 517, 528 and 529.
THE ACTION HERO ARCHIVES VOL. 1
At the height of comics' Silver Age, artist Steve Ditko was winning praise for his spectacular work on Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man and Dr. Strange. At the same time, Ditko was also creating powerful tales of another hero: Captain Atom, published by Charlton Comics as part of its "Action Hero line! DC's first archive of Charlton material gathers some of Ditko's greatest Captain Atom adventures, originally published from 1960-1966 in SPACE ADVENTURES #33-42 and CAPTAIN ATOM #78-82!