WILL EISNER’S THE SPIRIT: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS
Will Eisner’s classic crimefighter stars in a new hardcover featuring the best of his stories from the 1940s to the modern era! This title includes The Spirit’s team-up with Batman...
PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 1
When gangster Eel O'Brien was double-crossed by his partners during a heist, he fell into a vat of chemicals that would forever change his body and life. These are the original stories of a common thief who turned into the world's wackiest super-hero. With the ability to stretch his body into any shape and length, Plastic Man has become one of the most colorful and comical icons of all time. This book collects some of his zaniest earliest adventures as they were first published in the 1940s.
WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 15
It's the comics master at his best! Volume 15 reprints The Spirit newspaper sections published from July 6, 1947 to December 28, 1947, featuring the seductive P'Gell, The Octopus, a send up of Li'l Abner, and more, plus an introduction by N.C. Christopher Couch, co-author of THE WILL EISNER COMPANION.
BLACKHAWK ARCHIVES VOL. 1
This hardcover edition reprints the tales of Blackhawk, a young military aviator, that were originally published in the 1940s. As Americans debated the US involvement in Europe, Will Eisner introduced a non-superhero character that sought vengeance against his family's killers by organizing his own personal militia of assistants to battle the Nazis. With his band of freedom fighters - Andre, Olaf, Chuck, Stanislaus, Hendrickson, and Chop-Chop - Blackhawk fought in the air and on land to end the Nazi menace!
WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 1
The first volume in a complete series reprinting Will Eisner's classic crimefighter The Spirit in chronological order from June 2nd to December 29, 1940. Includes "The Origin of The Spirit," "Orang, The Ape Man," "The Kiss of Death," "The Prom," the first Christmas Spirit story and 26 others in full color. Also features a preface by Eisner on how The Spirit came to be, a foreword by Alan Moore (WATCHMEN, AMERICA'S BEST COMICS) and an introduction by comics historian R.C. Harvey.