DC RETROACTIVE: THE FLASH – THE '80S #1
From the minds that brought you the Scarlet Speedster's adventures in the 1980s comes a brand new adventure from that exciting era, along with a classic tale from that same decade.
JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL VOL. 6
Collecting JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA #31-35 and JUSTICE LEAGUE EUROPE #7-11! The two teams team up to face the threat of - vampires in the Balkans?
THE MAXX BOOK 1
Sam Kieth's The Maxx, originally published by Image Comics, ran 35 issues and inspired a cult favorite animated series on MTV. Now this wildly popular, long out-of-print comic returns as a series of highly anticipated collected editions from WildStorm! BOOK ONE, collecting the first six issues, introduces us to the surreal yet touching universe of The Maxx, a homeless super-hero who lives in a cardboard box on the street, and his social worker/soulmate, Julie. Featuring a cameo appearance by Erik Larsen's Savage Dragon.
THE MAXX BOOK 2
The adventures of Sam Kieth's bizarre hero The Maxx continue in this volume collecting issues #7-13 of the critically-acclaimed series! With a new painted cover, stunning imagery and plot by Kieth, plus additional dialogue by collaborator William Messner-Loebs, THE MAXX mixes reality with whimsy to tell the continuing saga of the Maxx and his soulmate/confidante, Julie.
DC RETROACTIVE: WONDER WOMAN – THE '90S #1
It's a defining tale of Wonder Woman from the creators who crafted her courageous career in the 1990s, as she shows young women everywhere what it means to be Princess of the Amazons. Plus: a classic 1990s tale also written by Messner-Loebs.
THE MAXX BOOK 3
The third book in Wildstorm's collection of THE MAXX explores Julie Winters' separation from The Maxx as she plunges into denial, dyes her hair red, escapes into sexual excess — and gets pregnant! Maxx returns to the Outback and discovers who he is, while Julie is forced by Mr. Gone — who appears in a toilet bowl — to face her past.
WONDER WOMAN: THE CONTEST
After winning a contest of physical and mental challenges, Princess Diana was elected to go to Patriarch's World to teach them the Amazon ways as the super-heroine Wonder Woman. But years later, Diana's mother is unsatisfied with her limited progress to bring an end to all acts of hate on Earth, so she institutes another contest to name a new champion. Attempting to defend her position, Diana enters the games but in the end is bested by the arrogant and powerful Artemis.
EPICURUS THE SAGE BOOK 1
Employing witty dialogue and amazing visuals, EPICURUS: THE SAGE is an entertaining satirical look at Greek philosophy and its most famous pioneers. When Epicurus travels to Athens to open his own school of philosophy, he is quickly chastised because of his liberal beliefs. Engaging Aristotle, Plato, and Socrates in public debates, Epicurus effortlessly exposes the absurdity of their arguments yet still walks away humiliated.