SUGAR AND SPIKE ARCHIVES VOL. 1
DC's cult favorite comic about a pair of precocious babies is collected at last in this volume. Hot-tempered Sugar Plumm and shy Cecil "Spike" Wilson may be toddlers, but they know more about getting into trouble than most grown-ups. And while they can understand each other perfectly, all their parents seem to hear when they speak is "Glx sptzl glaah!" Now, DC Comics collects their classic series for the first time, starting with issues #1-10, in this hardcover showcasing stories and art by the talented Sheldon Mayer, inspired by the hijinks of his own children.
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 1
Before the Justice League of America, there was the Justice Society of America, DC's first and foremost super-hero team. Reprinted here are the orginal tales from the 1940s when the original Flash, Green Lantern, Spectre, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Hourman, Sandman, Atom and Johnny Thunder decided to join forces against threats that were too great for them to face alone. Setting the standard for super-hero teams forever, these early adventures are reprinted exactly as they appeared over 60 years ago. Looking back at a time when the JSA fought for simple truths such as America and Democracy.
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 4
With World War II raging in Europe, the Justice Society of America found itself splitting its time between protecting the home front from deadly saboteurs and saving the world from super-powered villains. In ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 4, Wonder Woman, Starman, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, the Spectre, Dr. Fate, Sandman, and the Atom must focus their efforts on the villainous Brainwave and the demented King Bee as they make their first appearance in All Star Comics.
updatedDC COMICS RARITIES ARCHIVES VOL. 1
For the first time ever, in one huge collection, three of DC Comics' most hard to find early anthology titles are reprinted in their entirety! DC COMICS RARITIES ARCHIVE VOL. 1 is a whopping 348-page hardcover collecting NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1940 and BIG ALL-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK #1 (1944). This volume, with an introduction by Roy Thomas, features appearances by virtually every early Golden Age DC hero: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Sandman, Hawkman, Scribbly, The Atom, Green Lantern, Mr. Terrific, Jonny Thunder and Wildcat!
updatedTHE STEVE DITKO OMNIBUS VOL. 1: STARRING SHADE THE CHANGING MAN
DC collects Steve Ditko's 1970s comics SHADE, THE CHANGING MAN #1-8 and STALKER #1-4, along with stories from STRANGE ADVENTURES, PLOP, HOUSE OF MYSTERY, HOUSE OF SECRETS, WEIRD WAR TALES, SECRETS OF HAUNTED HOUSE, TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED, TIME WARP, GHOSTS and MYSTERY IN SPACE!
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 2
Debuting in the 1940s, the Justice Society of America was the first super-hero team of all time. Brought together to fight threats that were greater than any individual hero could handle, the original Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Atom, Dr. Fate, Hourman and Sandman took on super villains and secret spies during the WWII era. Reprinting the earliest adventures of this groundbreaking team, ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 2 features the first appearance and origin of Wonder Woman, the addition of Starman and Dr. Mid-Nite to the team, and an amusing team-up with Superman and Batman.
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 5
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 5 continues to present the wartime exploits of the Justice Society of America, the first and greatest super-hero team of all time. In these masterfully reprinted adventures from the 1940s, the heroes of the JSA travel through time, battle persecution, and go in search of the missing Hawkman. But just when Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Starman, Dr. Fate, Johnny Thunder and Wildcat think that their adventures are momentarily over, they find themselves encountering the treachery of the emotion-controlling Psycho-Pirate for the first time.
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.