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.
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!