CRISIS ON MULTIPLE EARTHS VOL. 5
A new helping of JLA/JSA crossovers is here, featuring stories from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159, 160, 171, 172, 183, 184 and 185, guest-starring Jonah Hex, Enemy Ace, The New Gods and more!
GREEN ARROW VOL. 1: HUNTER’S MOON
In these 1980s stories from GREEN ARROW #1-6, Green Arrow hunts down a child killer, races to find a lost biological weapon before Chinese spies can find...
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 2
In these 1970s tales, the JLA must stop a plague from devastating Hawkman’s homeworld of Thanagar, aid their ally Adam Strange on the planet Rann, face the Justice Society of...
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: DC COMICS PRESENTS SUPERMAN TEAM-UPS VOL. 1
Superman meets DC's greatest heroes including The Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and many more in this title collecting DC COMICS PRESENTS #1-26.
CRISIS ON MULTIPLE EARTHS VOL. 4
Collecting JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #122-124, #135-137 and #147-148! In this latest collection of team-ups, meet the heroes of Earth-S, led by the Earth's Mightiest Mortal, Captain Marvel, as well as the Legion of Super-Heroes!
TALES OF THE BATMAN: GENE COLAN VOL. 1
For the first time, DC Comics collects the moody Batman stories drawn by comics legend Gene Colan, with appearances by some of Batman's greatest foes, including Man-Bat, The Monk, Rupert Thorne and more. Collecting BATMAN #340, 343-345 and 348-351 and DETECTIVE COMICS #510, 512, 517, 528 and 529.
DC RETROACTIVE: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA – THE '70S #1
Writer Cary Bates reveals the untold story of how super villain Kanjar Ro nearly destroyed life as we know it when he set out to conquer Earth – Earth- Prime, that is. It's up to the Justice League, Adam Strange and a very special DC legend to save the 1970s!Plus: Following the 26-page lead story is a classic tale originally published in the '70s, also written by Cary Bates!
SHOWCASE PRESENTS: THE TRIAL OF THE FLASH
Following the murder of The Flash's wife by The Reverse-Flash, the two foes are locked in a round-the-world battle that ends in the death of the evildoer. Collected from THE FLASH #323-327, 329-336 and 340-350.