SUPERMAN IN WORLD'S FINEST COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 2
The second Archive collecting adventures from WORLD'S FINEST COMICS is here, with stories from issues #17-32 (1945-1948)! Don't miss The Man of Tomorrow's unforgettable battles with The Toyman, Lex Luthor and others!
WONDER WOMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 5
The next volume of classic Wonder Woman stories is here, collecting SENSATION COMICS #33-40 and WONDER WOMAN #10-12!
WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 3
DC Comics proudly presents classic Silver Age material from WORLD'S FINEST #102-116 by two of the artists most associated with Batman and Superman! Guest stars include Batwoman and Lex Luthor, plus Mr. Mxyzptlk and Bat-Mite team up!
BUGS BUNNY VOL. 1: WHAT'S UP DOC?
A collection of the world's favorite wisecracking rabbit! Filled to the brim with 112 pages of improbable gags, lighthearted fights and oddly convincing disguises, this first volume of stories selected from the treasured archives of LOONEY TUNES is sure to tickle the funny bones of both children and the childlike!
BATMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 7
The early adventures of the Dynamic Duo continue with this volume collecting mysteries from DETECTIVE COMICS #136-154, published in the late 1940s. Batman and Robin battle the evil schemes of the Joker, meet the Riddler for the first time, and more!
GOLDEN AGE FLASH ARCHIVES VOL. 2
The original Super-Speedster returns in this long awaited second collection of his Golden Age adventures! In this volume collecting FLASH COMICS #18-24 and ALL FLASH COMICS #1-2 (1941), thrill to the electrifying adventures of the Flash as he faces Chinatown Tongs, Spider-men from Mars, the mystery of "The Threat," and more!
DAFFY DUCK VOL. 1: YOU'RE DESPICABLE!
It's duck season again! Everyone's favorite foul-tempered fowl explodes into his own digest-sized collection with this first volume of Daffy Duck stories straight from the pages of LOONEY TUNES! Packed with hilarity and anger management issues, this collection will warm the hearts of curmudgeons everywhere.
GOLDEN AGE SANDMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 1
The first batch of the Sandman's adventures are chronicled in this volume reprinting stories from ADVENTURE COMICS #40-57, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939, and NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1940 (circa 1940-41). Plus, an intro by Jim Amash, co-editor of Alter Ego.