SHOWCASE PRESENTS: GHOSTS VOL. 1
From the 1970s comes this value-priced collection of classic ghost stories, featuring stories like:• "Ghost in the Iron Coffin" • "The Tattooed Terror"• "Death Held the Lantern High" • "The Dark Goddess of Doom"• "The Haunted Hero of Saint Helena" • "The Screaming Skulls"
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)!
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 10
A thrilling new Archive Edition collecting ALL STAR COMICS #44-48, featuring the adventures of the Justice Society of America! In this volume, comics' first super-team faces racketeering in Hollywood, cosmic criminals, and a modern-day Billy the Kid. Plus, an introduction by Roy Thomas.
GOLDEN AGE GREEN LANTERN ARCHIVES VOL. 2
Alan Scott was the original ring-wielding super-hero known as the Green Lantern. A member of the Justice Society of America during the World War II era, the caped adventurer used his emerald weapon against an amazing assortment of domestic, international, and alien threats.
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: OUR ARMY AT WAR VOL. 1
This value-priced collection features over 500 pages of war stories from the early 1950s starring a wide variety of soldiers in different settings, boasting, as the covers said, "Explosive battle action!" Collecting stories from OUR ARMY AT WAR #1-20!
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WONDER WOMAN VOL. 1
Don't miss more than 500 pages of Amazonian action in this black-and-white volume collecting WONDER WOMAN #98-117!
COMIC CAVALCADE ARCHIVES VOL. 1
A new archive reprints the first three issues of one of comics' greatest Golden Age anthology tiles (1942-1943)! Starring three super-hero heavy hitters — Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern — and many more, these stories have never been reprinted!
GOLDEN AGE GREEN LANTERN ARCHIVES VOL. 1
After finding a mystical lantern and carving a ring out of its material, Alan Scott was transformed from a simple engineer into the legendary hero Green Lantern. The iconic predecessor to the many heroes that bore his name after him, Scott wielded magic-based powers and suffered from a vulnerability to wood. This hardcover archive edition, which collects Scott's earliest adventures from the 1930's, includes Green Lantern's first appearance, his origin, and the debut of his friend and confidant Doiby Dickles.