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!
SUPERMAN IN THE FIFTIES
Written in the 1950s, the stories reprinted in this collection reflect the optimism and carefree excitement of that era. In a decade of few real life villains, Superman's adventures became more lighthearted and fun as he teamed up with Robin, the Boy Wonder or battled against such outrageous foes as Bizarro and the Bride of Bizarro. Also included in this collection are the first appearances of Supergirl, Krypto, and Titano the Super-Ape as well as tales of Superman's Super-Magic Show and Superboy's last day in Smallville.
updatedSHOWCASE PRESENTS: OUR ARMY AT WAR VOL. 1
This value-priced collection features over 500 pages of war stories from the early 1950s starring a wide variety of soldiers in different settings, boasting, as the covers said, "Explosive battle action!" Collecting stories from OUR ARMY AT WAR #1-20!
SHAZAM! ARCHIVES VOL. 4
A stunning new hardcover archive collecting the classic CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #4 and #5, MASTER COMICS #21 and #22, WHIZ #25 and AMERICA'S GREATEST COMICS #2! THE SHAZAM! ARCHIVES VOLUME 4 follows the development of the legend of Captain Marvel and features page after page of classic art by C.C. Beck and Mac Raboy. Also included in this volume is an insightful introduction by Fawcett Comics authority P.C. Hamerlinck.
SUPERMAN IN THE FORTIES
The latest in DC's decade-by-decade celebration of the best stories featuring the Man of Steel collects stories from ACTION COMICS #1, 2, 14, 23, 64, 93, 107, SUPERMAN #1, 23, 40, 53, 58, 61, SUPERBOY #5, the Superman daily newspaper strip, Look magazine and WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #37, covering his 1938 debut through the 1940s!