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!
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.