SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY ARCHIVES VOL. 1
Collecting LEADING COMICS #1-4, featuring the adventures of The Seven Soldiers of Victory: The Crimson Avenger, Green Arrow, the Shining Knight The Vigilante, Speedy, Stripesy and the Star-Spangled Kid! In 1941, one year after DC Comics launched the Justice Society of America in ALL-STAR COMICS, sister company All-American Comics released LEADING COMICS #1 featuring its very own super-team; The Seven Soldiers of Victory! Originally produced under the guidance of legendary editor/writer Mort Weisinger, this volume featuring page after page of classic art by Mort Meskin (among others).
WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 7
As the seventh hardcover edition in the impressive Spirit Archives collection, this masterpiece features the work of some of the pioneers of the comic world. With the war in Europe still waging, the Sunday strips from July 4 - December 26, 1943 had the Spirit focusing his attention to homegrown homefront problems.
SUPERGIRL ARCHIVES VOL. 2
Get ready for 20 Supergirl classic in a volume collecting stories from ACTION COMICS #269-285, originally published between 1960 and 1962! Witness Supergirl's adoption, debut, first romance and more!
HAWKMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 2
A stunning new Archive Edition collecting Silver Age HAWKMAN #1-8 (1964-1965)! This volume , which opens with Hawkman's first appearance in his own title, pits the Winged Warrior against foes old and new. Plus, an intro by cartoonist and comics historian R.C. Harvey.
WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 13
Included in this volume is the introduction of P'Gell, the return of the Octopus, appearances by Cox Robin and Olga Bustle, and classic Spirit Halloween and Christmas tales! Plus, an introduction by comics historian R.C. Harvey.
BATMAN IN WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 1
Two of the first comic book heroes of all time, Batman and Robin have endured and evolved for over 60 years. This extraordinary hardcover edition looks back at seventeen of their original tales to show the foundation of the Dark Knight's legendary mythos. Reprinting stories by Batman's creator Bob Kane, as well as a few adventures that have not been seen in over sixty years, this remarkable collection features the first appearance of the fear-inducing Scarecrow and the last appearance of the original, rotund Alfred.