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Image: Sgt. Rock Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

SGT. ROCK ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Bob Kanigher/Joe Kubert, Russ Heath and Irv Novick) The legendary war hero is back in a second hardcover archive that collects Our Army at War # 97-110, originally published in 1960-1961! Witness the evolution of Sgt. Rock, as the stories take on a more mature, evolved tone. Cover by Kubert. 216 pp.

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Image: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Wally Wood, Steve Skeates & more/Wally Wood/Steve Ditko/Reed Crandall/Mike Sekowsky/George Tuska/Bill Pearson/Dan Adkins/various) Reprinting T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #5-7 and Dynamo #1, with a new introduction by film producer Michael Uslan & comics historian Robert Klein. This volume features the continuing struggle of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. vs. the Warlords; Noman facing Demo's caveman-like minions; Dynamo battling an android double; the return of the Iron Maiden; Dr. Sparta and The Red Star; the intro of Lightnings archnemisis The Warp Wizard; Noman battling the mysterious Mr. Image; Menace from the Moon, a space-age tour de force by Wally Wood; and the death of one of the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents. 224 pp.

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Image: Golden Age Hawkman Archives Vol. 01 SC  - DC Comics

GOLDEN AGE HAWKMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 1 SC (Gardner Fox/Dennis Neville & Sheldon Moldoff) Features select stories from Flash Comics #1-22, introducing Hawkman. Gardner Foxs stories took the reincarnated Egyptian prince and pitted him against common criminals and uncommon masked felons. 224 pp.

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Image: Enemy Ace Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Robert Kanigher & Joe Kubert/Joe Kubert, Russ Heath, Frank Thorne & Neal Adams) Death stalks the skies above Europe in this second volume of The Enemy Ace Archives, reprinting the classic adventures of World War I German fighter ace Hans von Hammer from the pages of Star Spangled War Stories from 1969 through 1976. 196 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC - Reprints Legion stories from Adventures Comics #329-339 and Superboy #124, 125. One of the oldest and most beloved super-teams in comics, the Legion of Super-Heroes has a complex and long history. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint, in order, classic Legion appearances from the pages of Adventure Comics, Superboy, Action Comics, and Superman, from their first appearance in 1958 to their heyday in the Sixties. HC, 224-256 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 15 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 15 HC (Will Eisner) 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. 196 pp.

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Image: Comic Cavalcade Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

COMIC CAVALCADE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Gardner Fox, William Marston, Bill Finger & various/Irwin Hasen, Harry G. Peter, Frank Godwin, Sheldon Moldoff & various) Reprints the first three issues of one of comics greatest Golden Age anthology titles (1942-1943). Starring three super-hero heavy hitters Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern and more, these stories have never been reprinted. 276 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - Reprints Issues 3-6. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint the entire contents of early issues of All Star Comics, showcasing the original adventures of the Justice Society of America, the world's first super-hero team! 238 pp.

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Image: Robin Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

ROBIN ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Bill Finger & others/Jim Mooney, Win Mortimer, Curt Swan, Dick Sprang, Jack Burnley, Charles Paris, Jim Mooney, John Giunta, John Fischetti & Win Mortimer) The first archive edition focusing on the early adventures of Robin, collecting 21 exciting Golden Age solo adventures of The Boy Wonder from Star-Spangled Comics #65-85 (1947-1948). 256 pp.

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Image: Superman: Man of Tomorrow Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN: MAN OF TOMORROW ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Otto Binder, Bill Finger, Robert Bernstein & others/Wayne Boring, Curt Swan, Al Plastino & others) Collecting stories from Action Comics #248-254 and Superman #127-131 (1959). Featuring the introductions of Lori Lemaris, Metallo and Bizarro, the return of Mr. Mxyzptlk, and more. 240 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 19 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 19 HC - (Will Eisner) Reprinting the Spirit sections from July 3 to December 25, 1949, featuring the classic stories Ye Olde Spirit of '76, Death of Autumn Mews and Ten Minutes as well as an introduction from Stephen Weiner, co-author of The Will Eisner Companion. 196 pp.

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Image: Batman: Dark Knight Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC GN - (Don Cameron/Bill Finger/Joe Samachson/Joe Greene/Bob Kane/Jerry Robinson/Dick Sprang) Reprinting the Dynamic Duo's adventures from Batman #17-20 (1943), this volume features the first stories illustrated by Dick Sprang as well as an introduction by comics historian Michelle Nolan. 216 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 20 HC  - DC Comics

WILL EISNERS THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 20 HC GN (Will Eisner) Collecting the Spirit Sections from January 1 to July 2, 1950 and featuring such classic stories as Sand Saref, Sammy and Delilah and The Good Old Days. 196 pp.

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Image: Golden Age Dr. Fate Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

Don't miss this new, extra-sized archive collecting the complete, mystic adventures of Doctor Fate from More fun Comics #55-98! Young Kent Nelson, taken in by the ancient wizard Nabu, is trained in the mystic arts, preparing to protect the world from mystic threats as the golden-helmeted hero Dr. Fate! [Written by Gardner Fox / Art by Hal Sherman and various Cover by Hal Sherman]

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 22 HC  - DC Comics

Will Eisner's masterwork continues through one of its greatest periods in WILL EISNER'S THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 22, collecting the Spirit Sections from January though June 1951 and featuring such classic stories as Death is my Destiny, The Octopus is Back and The Hero! [Written by Will Eisner Art and cover by Eisner]

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - Reprints the Justice League of America's earliest adventures, including the rare Brave & the Bold issues and early Justice League of America tales. These classic tales feature a stellar line-up, with a roster including Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and more. 256 pp.

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Image: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC - (Wally Wood, Bill Pearson and Steve Skeates/Wood, Dan Adkins, John Giunta, Ralph Reese, Mike Sekowsky, Manny Stallman, Chic Stone, George Tuska, Al Williamson, and Ogden Whitney) The T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents are back in a handsome hardcover volume collecting T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #8-10 and Dynamo #2. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 13 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 13 HC - (Will Eisner) Reprinting Spirit Sections from July December 1946. Included is the introduction of PGell, the return of the Octopus, appearances by Cox Robin and Olga Bustle, and classic Spirit Halloween and Christmas tales. Introduction by comics historian R.C. Harvey. 196 pp.

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Image: Challengers of the Unknown Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Jack Kirby, Ed Herron & Dave Wood/Kirby/Wally Wood/Marvin Stein) This volume collects Challengers of the Unknown #3-8, highlighted by a host of 50s science-fiction oddities, including a mysterious star stone that bestows super-powers, a space circus, monsters from space, a planet populated by robots, and more. 168 pp.

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Image: Action Heroes Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

ACTION HERO ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Steve Ditko, Joe Gill & David Kaler/Steve Ditko/Rocke Mastroserio/Frank McLaughlin) At the height of comics Silver Age, artist Steve Ditko was creating tales of Captain Atom, published by Charlton Comics as part of its Action Hero line. DCs first archive of Charlton material gathers some of Ditkos greatest Captain Atom adventures, originally published from 1960 - 1966 in Space Adventures #33-42 and Captain Atom #78-82. 224 pp.

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Image: Golden Age Sandman Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

GOLDEN AGE SANDMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Gardner Fox/Bert Christman/Creig Flessel/Chad Grothkopf/Ogden Whitney/various) The first batch of the Sandmans 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). Intro by Jim Amash. 228 pp.

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Image: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC (Wally Wood, Steve Skeates & various/Wood, Dan Adkins, Gil Kane, Steve Ditko, Chic Stone, Ogden Whitney & George Tuska) Dynamo, NoMan, The Raven and Lightning are back. Collects T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #12-14 and Dynamo #4 (1967-69) with a foreword by Bill Schelly. 216 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC - Reprints Issues 11-14. Contains the super-hero team's most noble wartime action as the JSA is disbanded so that the individual members can join the armed forces. Also included in this book is Wonder Woman's official induction into the JSA and the formation of the Justice Battalion. 224 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - Reprints Legion stories from Adventures Comics #247, 267, 282, 290, 293, 300-305, Action Comics #267, 276, 287, 289, Superboy #86, 89, 98 and Superman #147. One of the oldest and most beloved super-teams in comics, the Legion of Super-Heroes has a complex and long history. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint, in order, classic Legion appearances from the pages of Adventure Comics, Superboy, Action Comics, and Superman, from their first appearance in 1958 to their heyday in the Sixties. 196 pp.

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Image: Golden Age Starman Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

GOLDEN AGE STARMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Gardner Fox/Jack Burnley) The first exploits of original Starman Ted Knight are reprinted in a volume collecting the Starman stories from Adventure Comics #61-76. Includes Ted Knight's origin and early battles, as our hero uses his Cosmic Rod against an array of enemies that includes the ghostly villain known as the Mist. In addition to these seminal stories, this volume includes the Golden Age issues' original covers, some by Burnley and others by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC - (Will Eisner, Manly Wade Wellman & William Woolfolk/Will Eisner, Lou Fine, Jack Cole & various) Reprints the newspaper Spirit sections from January 3 to July 27, 1943. With America embroiled in World War II, the Spirit began to take on Axis foes as well as the usual cast of colorful thugs, crooks and killers. For the duration of the war, his creation, the Spirit, needed to be passed along to his assistants. But what a Who's Who of assistants it was: Lou Fine, one of the most highly respected draftsmen ever to have worked in comics; Jack Cole, creator of Plastic Man and one of comics' true geniuses; noted novelists Manly Wade Wellman and William Woolfolk; and many others. Features an introduction by Eisner describing his work for the Army and his role in the development of comics as an educational tool, including an 8-page gallery of his military comics' work during and after the war years. 224 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC - Reprints Issues 15-18. 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. But with aid from the Junior Justice Society, Sandy the Golden Boy, and Hawkgirl, the JSA defeat the super-criminals and put an end to the chaos. 216 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC - (Gardner Fox, Sheldon Mayer & Joe Simon/Joe Kubert/Jack Kirby/Sheldon Moldoff/various) The Justice Society of America travels through time, battles persecution and injustice, searches for a vanished Hawkman, and has the team's first run-in with the emotion-controlling Psycho-Pirate in this collection of All Star Comics #19-23. Featuring appearances by the Golden Age Sandman and his sidekick, Sandy (now part of today's JSA), the Spectre, Dr. Fate, Hawkman, and more. This volume's reprints include the wartime classics A Cure for the World, which finds the team traveling through time to combat bigotry in different historical eras, The Plunder of the Psycho-Pirate, and more. 224 pp.

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Image: Batman: Dark Knight Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN: DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC - (Bill Finger, Joseph Greene, Jack Schiff, Edmond Hamilton & Don Cameron/Bob Kane/Jerry Robinson/Jack Burnley/George Roussos) Reprints Batman #9-12 from 1942. These hard-to-find stories pit Batman against the Joker, the Penguin and, in her first appearance in a new costume, Catwoman. Includes Batman's first Christmas story. 224 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - Reprints Legion stories from Adventures Comics #306-317 and Jimmy Olson #72. One of the oldest and most beloved super-teams in comics, the Legion of Super-Heroes has a complex and long history. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint, in order, classic Legion appearances from the pages of Adventure Comics, Superboy, Action Comics, and Superman, from their first appearance in 1958 to their heyday in the Sixties. HC, 224-256 pp.

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - As super heroes came to the forefront of comics again at the end of the 1950s, DC assembled its greatest heroes as the Justice League of America. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 18 HC  - DC Comics

WILL EISNER'S SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 18 HC Reprinting Spirit sections from January 2 to June 26, 1949, featuring the classic stories Thorne Strand and the Spirit, Visitor and Satin. Introduction by Eisner's former editor at Kitchen Sink Press, Catherine Garnier. 196 pp

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Image: Shazam! Family Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

SHAZAM! FAMILY ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC GN (various/Mac Raboy, Al Carreno Marc Swayze & C.C. Beck) A Golden Age Archive featuring the adventures of Captain Marvel, Jr. and the origin of Mary Marvel from Master Comics #23-32, Captain Marvel Jr. #1 and Captain Marvel Adventures #18. Foreword by comics historian P.C. Hamerlinck. 228 pp.

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Image: Adam Strange Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

ADAM STRANGE ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC GN - (Gardner Fox/Carmine Infantino/Murphy Anderson & Joe Giella) Reprinting the adventures of Rann's champion from Mystery In Space #66-80 (1961-62). Introduction by producer Michael Uslan. 228 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 21 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 21 HC - Full-Color Creators: Written by Will Eisner, Art and Cover by Eisner Description: Will Eisners masterwork continues through one of its greatest periods in THE SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 21, collecting Spirit sections from July 2 to December 31, 1950, and featuring such classic stories as The Moment of Glory, The Wreck of Old 78 and Camp Wachoobee. 196 pages.

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Image: Seven Soldiers of Victory Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

Another fantastic volume collecting the adventures of the Seven Soldiers, the inspiration for Grant Morrison's hit maxiseries! Featuring Green Arrow, Speedy, the modern Western hero The Vigilante, The Crimson Avenger, The Shining Knight and more, The Seven Soldiers battled injustice and villainy at the height of World War II in these colorful, fast-paced tales from LEADING COMICS #5-8! [Written by Joe Samachson Cover by Mort Meskin: Art by Ed Dobrotka, Maurice Del Bourgo, Joe Kubert An]

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Image: Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

The next volume of classic Wonder Woman stories is here, collecting SENSATION COMICS #33-40 and WONDER WOMAN #10-12!

[Written by William Moulton Marston: Art and cover by Harry G. Peter]

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Image: Mad Archives Vol. 02: Issues 7-12 HC  - DC Comics

This second volume collecting the early issues of MAD COMICS features classic material from issues #7-12, including 'Shermlock Sholmes,' 'Dragged Net,' and 'Little Orphan Melvin'!

[Written by Harvey Kurtzman / Art by Will Elder, John Severin, Kurtzman, Wallace Wood, Jack Davis, Ba]

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Image: Seven Soldiers of Victory Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Mort Weisinger, Bill Finger, Jerry Siegel & various/Mort Meskin, George Papp, Creig Flessel, Jack Lehti, Hal Sherman & Ed Dobrotka) Collecting Leading Comics #1-4 from 1941, featuring the adventures of The Seven Soldiers of Victory: The Crimson Avenger, Green Arrow, the Shining Knight, The Vigilante, Speedy, Stripesy and the Star-Spangled Kid. Includes an introduction by R.C. Harvey. 240 pp.

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Image: Challengers of the Unknown Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Jack Kirby & Dave Wood/Jack Kirby/Roz Kirby/Marvin Stein/Bruno Premiani/George Klein) Collects Showcase #6, 7, 11, and 12, and Challengers Of The Unknown #1 and 2, originally published in 1957-1958. The Challengers are test pilot Ace Morgan, daredevil/mountain climber Red Ryan, heavyweight boxing champ Rocky Davis, and Professor Haley, a scientist specializing in underwater exploration - four men who barely survived the crash of a small aircraft and considered themselves to be living on borrowed time. After avoiding such a devastating fate, they dedicated themselves to a life of harrowing adventures, all in the name of good. Introduction by Paul Kupperberg. 168 pp.

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Image: Plastic Man Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC (Jack Cole/various) Reprinting Police Comics #50-58 and Plastic Man #4 in a handsome hardcover archive. Features art by Cole with André LeBlanc, Bart Tumey, John Spranger, and Alex Kotsky. Includes an introduction by Bill Schelly and a host of innovative and unusual Golden Age Plastic Man tales. Plas faces his famed foe the Granite Lady; a fatalistic fortune-teller; a group of vengeful Vikings; King Lughead the menacing monarch; the lethal Lobster, and more. 204 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 09 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 9 HC - (John Broome/Alex Toth, Carmine Infantino, Irwin Hasen & Arthur Peddy) Collecting five classic JSA adventures. Reprinting All-Star Comics #39-43. Features the JSA in Fairyland facing the evil of Queen Lorelei; a tale dealing with the problem of juvenile delinquency; a classic confrontation with the Injustice Society which steals many of the nation's landmarks; and a battle with Professor Zodiac, the master of Alchemy. Plus, an introduction by Roy Thomas. 224 pp.

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Image: Supergirl Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERGIRL ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Jerry Siegel and Otto Binder/Jim Mooney, Wayne Boring and Curt Swan and others) Get ready for 20 Supergirl classic in a volume collecting stories from Action Comics #269-285, originally published between 1960 and 1962. Witness Supergirls adoption, debut, first romance and more. 240 pp.

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Image: Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

WONDER WOMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC - (William Moulton Marston/Harry G. Peter) A new Archive collecting the greatest stories of one of comics true icons! This hardcover reprints stories from SENSATION COMICS #25-32 and WONDER WOMAN #8-9 (1944) and features an introduction by Comics Buyers Guides Maggie Thompson. 204 pp.

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Image: Shazam Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

SHAZAM! ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC - (William Woolfolk and various/Mac Raboy, C.C. Beck and various) Cover by Raboy A stunning new hardcover archive collecting the classic Captain Marvel Adventures #4 and #5, Master Comics #21 and #22, Whiz #25 and Americas Greatest Comics #2! The Shazam! Archives Volume 4 follows the development of the legend of Captain Marvel and features page after page of classic /C.C. Beck and Mac Raboy. Also included in this volume is an insightful introduction by Fawcett Comics authority P.C. Hamerlinck. 196 pp.

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Image: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC (Wally Wood & Steve Skeates/Wally Wood/Dan Adkins/Mike Sekowsky/Gil Kane/Manny Stallman/Chic Stone/Ogden Whitney) More classic 1960s adventures can be found in this Archive Edition collecting THUNDER Agents #11, NoMan #1-2, and Dynamo #3. NoMan faces an Egyptian succubus, S.P.I.D.E.R. assassins, time-traveling aliens, the Last Subterranean and more. Meanwhile, Dynamo has his hands full with destructive ray-beams from outer space, the Iron Maiden, Demo, and the Red Star. Introduction by Wally Wood biographer Bhob Stewart. 216 pp.

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Image: Plastic Man Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC (Jack Cole/Cole/Alex Kotzky/Bart Tumey/Andre LeBlanc) Collecting for the first time the Plastic Man features from Plastic Man Comics #5-6 and Police Comics #59-65. Plas faces a super-gunsmith of the underworld, crushes The Crab, and more. 204 pp.

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 09 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 9 HC - (Dennis ONeil/Dick Dillin, Sid Greene & Joe Giella) Collects Justice League of America #71-80. In these issues, the Black Canary joined, the new satellite headquarters was born, and more. Plus, an intro by pop culture historian William Schelly. 228 pp. Cover by Murphy Anderson.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 11 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 11 HC - (John Broome/Arthur Peddy, Bernard Sachs, Frank Giacoia & Bob Oksner) The adventures of the worlds first super-team continue in this extra-sized final volume of the series. In Volume 11, collecting All Star Comics #50-57, the JSA face the Diamond Man, Mr. Alpha, and more. 276 pp.

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Image: Green Lantern Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

GREEN LANTERN ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (John Broome/Gil Kane/Joe Giella/Murphy Anderson/Jack Adler) Classic Silver Age adventures of Green Lantern Hal Jordan. The first Sinestro story; the first team-up between Hal Jordan and an alien Green Lantern; and a story guest-starring Flash Barry Allen are just a few of the highlights in this collection of Green Lantern (second series) #6-13. Also, stories showcasing Hal's adventure-loving brothers and Hal's adventures in the year 5700. 224 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - Reprints Issues 7-10. 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. 238 pp.

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Image: Batman Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC - (Bill Finger, Don Cameron & others/Bob Kane, Dick Sprang, Win Mortimer & others) Batman at his Golden Age peak in a new volume collecting Detective Comics #120-135. Introduction by comics historian Bill Schelly. 224 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC - The super-powered group of formidable teens continues to patrol the galaxy as a force of virtue and justice. Reprinting tales from the 1960s, this elegant edition includes Saturn Girl's reelection as leader of the Legion, the first appearance of future Legion member Timber Wolf, Bouncing Boy's loss of powers, Lex Luthor's attack on the Legion, the addition of Command Kid to the ranks of the team, the first appearance of the Time Trapper and an amazing adventure of the Legion of Substitute Heroes. 196 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC - (Gardner Fox, Jay Marr, Jim Robinson & Jesse Merlan/Joe Kubert, H.G. Peter/Stan Aschmeier/Martin Nodell/Paul Reinman/John Chester Kozlak/Joe Gallagher) Reprints All Star Comics #24-28 with an introduction by Roy Thomas. The unfolding events of World War II cast dark shadows over the events of All Star Comics Archives. The heroes of the original JSA, among them the Golden Age Green Lantern, Hawkman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wildcat, Mr. Terrific (in his only All Star appearance), and Johnny Thunder, travel through time (in a story reflecting wartime feelings towards Germany); solve The Mystery of the Forgotten Crime!; confront an invasion of alien robots; and battle the world-spanning menace of The Paintings That Walked the Earth! Also included is one of the best-remembered JSA stories: A Place in the World, an adventure dealing with the plight of the physically challenged in the 1940s. 224 pp.

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Image: Batman Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC - Reprints Batman stories from Detective Comics #87-102. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint stories from early issues of Detective Comics, encompassing the first years of the Dark Knight Detective's adventures.

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Image: Batman: Dark Knight Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN: DARK KNIGHT ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - This special harcover edition contains re-presented issues from the golden age of comics - the early adventures of Batman, The Dark Knight. Join Batman and Robin as they fight crime in issues #5 through #7 of Batman comics.

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC Reprints Issues 15-22.

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC (Gardner Fox/Mike Sekowsky/Bernard Sachs) Reprints Justice League Of America #31-38 and #40 (#39 was a reprint issue whose cover is included as a bonus). These stories include Hawkman's induction into the League, the team's first battles with the villainous Brain Storm and the Lawless League of Earth-A, as well as the return of Doctor Destiny and the Demons Three and more. 240 pp.

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC (Gardner Fox/Mike Sekowsky/Bernard Sachs/Frank Giacoia/Joe Giella/Sid Greene) Reprints Justice League Of America #41-47 and #49-50. (Issue #48 was a reprint of issues already featured in the Archive series.) Includes the debuts of the Key, the Royal Flush Gang, the Unimaginable, and the Shaggy Man (the indestructible villain who recently faced the League as the General) and battles with Blockbuster, Solomon Grundy and others. Plus, a team-up with the Justice Society that features the Spectre struggling to keep Earths 1 and 2 from colliding, a tale that includes the first Silver Age appearance of Wesley Dodds, the Golden Age Sandman. Introduction by Mark Evanier. 240 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC - Reprints Legion stories from Adventures Comics #350-358. One of the oldest and most beloved super-teams in comics, the Legion of Super-Heroes has a complex and long history. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint, in order, classic Legion appearances from the pages of Adventure Comics, Superboy, Action Comics, and Superman, from their first appearance in 1958 to their heyday in the Sixties. HC, 224-256 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Will Eisner) This is the first full-color hardcover edition of Will Eisner's The Spirit. Featuring a new introduction by Eisner, this volume reprints the Spirit weeklies from the character's introduction on June 2, 1940 through the end of that year. Meet Denny Colt, a man who, after being buried by mistake in Wildwood Cemetery, dons a mask and becomes The Spirit. From his secret headquarters, complete with crime lab, in his underground tomb, the Spirit embarks on action-packed adventures against con men, murderers, femmes fatales, mobsters, and more, aided by his sidekick, Ebony, and the irascible Commissioner Dolan, as well as Dolan's beautiful daughter, Ellen. All the stories have been recolored to Eisner's specifications from the best-quality source materials available. 240 pp.

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Image: World's Finest Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - A hardcover collection of the first Superman-Batman team-ups, featuring a new cover by Dick Sprang! Reprinting Superman (1st series) #76, as well as the team-ups from the pages of World's Finest Comics #71-85, these stories include the first time Superman and Batman revealed their secret idenities to each other (in a classic adventure on a cruise ship), the first time the two heroes traded identities, and the memorable tale in which Superman loses his powers and Batman gained them. 224 pp.

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Image: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC (Wally Wood, Steve Skeates & others/Wally Wood, Steve Ditko, Reed Crandall, Gil Kane, Dan Adkins, Chic Stone & others) Collecting T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #15-20 with an introduction by co-creator and writer Len Brown. The final volume of this reprint series. 224 pp.

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Image: Plastic Man Archives Vol. 07 HC  - DC Comics

PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 7 HC (Jack Cole) Collects Plastic Man #7-8 and Plastic Man's adventures from Police Comics #66-71. Plas and Woozy travel out West, meet Stretcho the India Rubber Man, visit Hollywood, tail a homicidal hat, and more. 240 pp.

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Image: Elfquest Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

ELFQUEST ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC - (Wendy & Richard Pini/Wendy Pini) Collects Elfquest #11-15. The Wolfriders are taken as slaves into the towering and mysterious Blue Mountain stronghold of the ancient elves called the Gliders. Introduction by David Wise & Audry Taylor. 224 pp.

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Image: Golden Age Flash Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

GOLDEN AGE FLASH ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Gardner Fox/E.E. Hibbard/Hal Sharp) In this volume collecting Flash Comics #18-24 and All Flash Comics #1-2 (1941), thrill to the adventures of the Flash as he faces Chinatown Tongs, Spider-men from Mars, the mystery of The Threat, and more. 224 pp.

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Image: Adam Strange Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

ADAM STRANGE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - (Gardner Fox/Mike Sekowsky, Carmine Infantino, Bernard Sachs, Joe Giella and Murphy Anderson) DCs science-fiction hero of the late 1950s shines in this stunning hardcover Archive, collecting stories from Showcase #17-19 and Mystery In Space #53-65. Witness displaced earthling Adam Strange defend the planet Rann from strange outer-space menaces at the whim of the Zeta-Beam. Cover by Gil Kane and Sachs. 224 pp.

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Image: Flash Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

FLASH ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC (John Broome & Gardner Fox/Carmine Infantino/Joe Giella) Reprints The Flash #125-132 (1961-1962), faithfully recolored and restored. This volume follows the Fastest Man Alive as he zips through adventures around the world, and features an introduction by Mike W. Barr. 216 pp.

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Image: Action Heroes Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

Collecting classic stories by master artist Steve Ditko from the pages of CAPTAIN ATOM #83-89, BLUE BEETLE #1-5, MYSTERIOUS SUSPENSE #1 and CHARLTON BULLSEYE #1, 2 and 5, plus the title story intended for BLUE BEETLE #6 (published in CHARLTON PORTFOLIO #9-10) as well as an 8-page Question story by Alex Toth and a foreword by Charlton's then-editor Dick Giordano. [Written By David Kaler, Roger Stern, Michael Uslan and Various Art By Steve Ditko, Alex Toth and Var]

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Image: Batman: Dynamic Duo Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN: THE DYNAMIC DUO ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Gardner Fox/Ed France Herron/Bill Finger & Sheldon Moldoff/Carmine Infantino/Joe Giella/Sid Greene/Murphy Anderson) Reprints Batman #168-171 and Detective Comics #334-339 (1964-1965). Includes the first appearance of the new look Batman logo, the reappearance of the Penguin and the Riddler and more, plus an introduction by Batman Begins producer Michael Uslan. 210 pp.

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Image: Plastic Man Archives Vol. 08 HC  - DC Comics

PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 8 HC - (Jack Cole) Reprinting the Plastic Man stories from Police Comics #72-77 and Plastic Man #9-10 (1947-1948), this volume also includes an introduction by Harvey Pekar. 204 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 11 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 11 HC (Will Eisner) Reprinting Spirit sections from July 1, 1945 to December 30, 1945. In late 1945 Will Eisner received his honorable discharge from the U.S. Army, and in December of that year he returned to his masterwork The Spirit. 216 pp.

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Image: Kamandi Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

KAMANDI ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC GN - (Jack Kirby/Kirby, Mike Royer & D. Bruce Berry) Collects Kamandi #11-20. Features such classic doses of dystopian future-shock by Kirby as Hell at Hialeah, The Human Gophers of Ohio and The Last Gang in Chicago plus an introduction by Kamandi inker Mike Royer. 228 pp.


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Image: Hawkman Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

HAWKMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Gardner Fox/Murphy Anderson) Collecting Silver Age Hawkman #1-8 (1964-1965). This volume, which opens with Hawkmans first appearance in his own title, pits the Winged Warrior against foes old and new. Plus, an intro by cartoonist and comics historian R.C. Harvey. 216 pp.

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Image: Silver Age Teen Titans Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

The top teen heroes of the 1960s return in this volume collecting Teen Titans #6-20 and The Brave and The Bold #83, as the Titans take on The Mad Mod, Captain Rumble and The Scorcher! [(W) Bob Haney (A) Nick Cardy & Various (CA) Nick Cardy]

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Image: Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

At last, the wild WONDER WOMAN adventures from the late 1950s are collected in full color in a new ARCHIVES series! Collecting WONDER WOMAN #98-110. [(W) Robert Kanigher (A/CA) Ross Andru, Mike Esposito]

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC (Will Eisner, Manly Wade Wellman & William Woolfolk/Eisner/Lou Fine/Jack Cole) Reprints the newspaper Spirit Sections from July 5 to December 27, 1942. This volume finds more of the famous Spirit strips written and drawn by Eisner, as well as strips executed by the more-than-capable members of Eisner's staff during the period when Eisner was spirited away by the United States Army for the duration of World War II. Collects stories like The Royal Flush Gang, Ebony Meets Frankenstein, The Return of Scar Cainam, Espionage in Egypt, The Mock Invasion, Improve Your Memory in Ten Easy Lessons. Also included is an introduction by comics historian Ron Goulart, who profiles the creators and traces the history of The Spirit during this run. 224 pp.

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Image: Plastic Man Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC (Jack Cole) Reprinting Police Comics #31-39 and Plastic Man Comics #2 (spanning 1944-45). Features an introduction by Michelle Urry, cartoon editor for Playboy Magazine, who gives an overview of Cole's career with a special focus on his gag cartoon work (including for early Playboy) after leaving comics. In this volume, Plas's gangland adversaries begin to match Plas himself in sheer zaniness: Froggy Fink, underworld killer; Serena Sloop, defender of poor misguided crooks; Slinky, Slimy and Slippery Slade, elusive criminal brothers who lead Plas and Woozy on a wild adventure; Elmer Body, the body-possessing nobody; Fargo Freddie, the volcanic man; and more. 216 pp.

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Image: World's Finest Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Edmond Hamilton, Bill Finger & Dave Wood/Dick Sprang/Curt Swan/Stan Kaye/Ray Burnley/Charles Paris) Introduction by noted comics writer/editor Tom Peyer. Sixteen super team-ups from World's Finest Comics #86-101, including the 1958 classic The Origin of the Superman/Batman Team. Other tales include: Batman and Robin with super-powers and Superman with none; the mysterious Lightning-Man; Luthor teaming with the Joker to bedevil our heroes; a super-powered Batwoman; Superman dumping his former partners to join up with the enigmatic Powerman; Robin's becoming the boss of Superman and Batman; and more. 216 pp.

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Image: Batman Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC - This beautifully presented hard cover edition contains the original stories from Detective Comics issues #71-#86.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 07 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 7 HC - (Manly Wade Wellman & William Woolfolk/Lou Fine/various) Will Eisner was drafted for service during World War II, leaving the Spirit in the hands of the Quality Comics staff. Reprinting the newspaper Spirit sections from July 4 to December 26, 1943, Volume 7 features a cover by Will Eisner and an introduction by comics historian R.C. Harvey. In this volume, the Spirit must face: Ellen Doran framed for a dance marathon murder; a police pursuit after a prominent businessman is found dead; the Maestro, a mysterious villain with a big grudge against big bands; a shipyard saboteur; a kidnap by a couple of dangerous gun-toting women; a construction site colonized by a murderous ex-con; and much, much more. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 08 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 8 HC - (Manly Wade Wellman, William Woolfolk & Will Eisner/Lou Fine/Jack Cole/Eisner) Reprints the newspaper Spirit sections from January to July, 1944. Thrill to the adventures of the Spirit as he fights the likes of Killer Ketch, Dr. Peroo, and the deadly Black Marx. Plus, a 4-page portfolio of Eisner's work done for the U.S. Army. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 09 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 9 HC - (Manly Wade Wellman, William Woolfolk & Will Eisner/Lou Fine/Jack Cole/Will Eisner) Reprints the newspaper Spirit sections from July 2 to December 31, 1944. Includes a mysterious murder at the circus; a Leading Lady facing death in the footlights; the secret of a sinister shipwreck; the return of the super-spy Satin; the frightful Dread Dragon Society; the mysterious Metal Monsters; the murder of society climber Miss Meda; and more. Plus, a portfolio section of artwork produced by Eisner for the Army during WW II. 204 pp.


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Image: Plastic Man Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC (Jack Cole) Reprinting Police Comics #40-49 and Plastic Man #3 (1945-46), this volume features an introduction by European comics historian Andreas Knigge and includes the first Woozy solo story and an unusual Plastic Man text story. The silliness begins with a murder in Woozys boarding house and moves on to Woozy being hired as a store detective. Then the diabolical Dr. Dratt and his illuminating gas give the daffy duo a run for their money. Next, Plas and Woozy assist a nutty professor in establishing a claim to a radium mine in the Arctic. Also, our heroes investigate the murder at The Home for the Aged, assist millionaire Cyrus Van Rooten in settling an old score with a tribe of Indians, get mixed up in a mystery in a medical school, and visit Futura, a city of the future thats still plagued by crime. 216 pp.

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Image: Justice League of America Archives Vol. 08 HC  - DC Comics

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 8 HC (Gardner Fox & Dennis ONeil/Dick Dillin/Mike Sekowsky/Sid Greene/George Roussos/Neal Adams/various) Reprints Justice League Of America #61-66, and 68-70 (plus the cover to #67, which was a reprint Annual). Featured in this volume are: another annual team-up of the JLA/JSA (in which they face the treacherous T. O. Morrow) that also introduces the mysterious Red Tornado; the cosmic challenge of the Chaos Maker; a tale guest-starring The Creeper and Mind-Grabber Kid; the return of the crafty criminal The Key; and an adventure in which the members of the JLA go head-to-head with their own individual foes. 240 pp.

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Image: Superman Archives Vol. 06 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 6 HC (Jerry Siegel/Joe Shuster) Reprints Superman (first series) #21-24, featuring Superman taking on The Prankster, investigating a murder on a college campus, confronting a modern-day Robin Hood, and more. 216 pp.

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Image: Atom Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

ATOM ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Gardner Fox/Gil Kane, Murphy Anderson & Sid Greene) Reprinting The Atom #6-13, features Mighty Mites early team-ups with Hawkman and Hawkgirl, the classic villainy of Dr. Light, the return of Chronos, and more. Plus, an introduction by Roy Thomas. 216 pp.

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Image: Tor Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics
Tor Vol. 03 HC
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TOR VOL. 3 HC (Joe Kubert) The final volume collecting Joe Kuberts classic series. This oversized archive-quality volume collects the remaining Tor material produced for DC and Marvel, as well as Kuberts self-published Sojourn. Features an introduction by Roy Thomas and an 8-page sketchbook section. 168 pp.

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Image: Superman Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC - (Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster) The reprinting of Superman's Golden Age exploits continues with this hardcover, collecting Superman #13-16. 224 pp.

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Image: Batman in World's Finest Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN IN WORLDS FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Bill Finger, Don Cameron & various/Bob Kane/Win Mortimer/Jim Mooney/Dick Sprang/Jerry Robinson/Jack Burnley/various) Batman and Robin are perhaps the most famous super-hero team in comics history. Relive some of the Dynamic Duos classic first adventures in this hardcover, reprinting 16 adventures from World's Finest #17-32, circa 1941-1948. 228 pp.

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Image: Superman in World's Finest Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN IN WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - (Jerry Siegel & various/Joe Shuster/Jack Burnley/Leo Nowak/John Sikela/various) Collects the first 16 adventures of Superman from Worlds Finest Comics, virtually all of them unseen for over 60 years. This volume features the first appearance of Metallo. 224 pp.

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Image: Superman: The Action Comics Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN: THE ACTION COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC (Jerry Siegel & Don Cameron/Jack Burnley, Sam Citron, John Sikela & others) Collects Action Comics #53-68 (1942-1945) featuring an intro by William Schelly. Contains classic Golden Age tales, many reprinted for the first time, including the first appearance of the Toyman, the return of the Prankster, and more. 224 pp.

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Image: Batman Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

BATMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - Reprints Batman stories from Detective Comics #51-70. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint stories from early issues of Detective Comics, encompassing the first years of the Dark Knight Detective's adventures, including the first appearances and origins of Batman and Robin, and their first encounters with such villains as The Joker, Penguin, Two-Face, Clayface, and Hugo Strange.

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Image: Superman Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC- Reprints Issues 9-12. These high-quality hardcover editions reprint early issues of Superman. These excellent reproductions include all covers and advertisements from the original comics. 272 pp.

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Image: World's Finest Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

WORLDS FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC (Bill Finger & Jerry Coleman/Dick Sprang, Curt Swan & others) DC Comics presents classic Silver Age material from World's Finest #102-116 by two of the artists most associated with Batman and Superman. 224 pp.

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Image: Black Canary Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

BLACK CANARY ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - (Robert Kanigher, Gardner Fox & Dennis O'Neil/Carmine Infantino/Murphy Anderson/Alex Toth/Joe Giella/Bernard Sachs) Fan-favorite character Black Canary gets her very own archive collection, containing nearly all of her Golden Age and Silver Age solo adventures. From her debut in Johnny Thunder's backup in The Flash, to her own feature in the same title, and eventually to new stories in The Brave And The Bold and a variety of other showcases, these stories feature the best of Black Canary in action. Contains material from Flash Comics #86-104, Comics Cavalcade #25, DC Special Edition #3, The Brave And The Bold #61-62, and Adventure Comics #399, #418-419, spanning 1947 to 1972. Forward by Carmine Infantino. 228 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 07 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 7 HC - Reprints Legion stories from Adventures Comics #359-368 and Jimmy Olson #106. One of the oldest and most beloved super-teams in comics, the Legion of Super-Heroes has a complex and long history. These deluxe hardcover editions reprint, in order, classic Legion appearances from the pages of Adventure Comics, Superboy, Action Comics, and Superman, from their first appearance in 1958 to their heyday in the Sixties. HC, 224-256 pp.

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Image: Superman Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC (Siegel/Shuster) Collects classic Golden Age Superman stories from Superman (first series) #17-20. The Man of Steel faces evil scientist Lex Luthor and an array of some of the most unusual threats of his early career: comic-strip characters coming to life; monsters from other dimensions and below the ocean's surface; human bombs; a Nazi invasion of Metropolis; and the villainous Puzzler. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC (Will Eisner) Reprints the weekly newspaper sections from January 5 to June 29, 1941. Introduces new characters such as the Silk Satin and reveals new details of Denny Colt, Commisioner Dolan and his daughter, Ellen, in stories that find the war in Europe beginning to influence the Spirit's stateside adventures. 224 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC (Will Eisner) Reprints the weekly newspaper sections from July 6 to December 28, 1941. The Spirit finds Nazi spies in occupied France, then travels to Damascus. This volume also features the return of Silk Satin and Dusk, as well as the X-Mas Spirit. 224 pp.

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Image: Superman Archives Vol. 07 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 7 HC (Don Cameron, Jerry Siegel, Bill Finger & others/Joe Shuster, Fred Ray, George Roussos & others) Reprinting Superman #25-29 (1943-1944). With World War II heating up, Superman fights subversion and sabotage at home while foiling villains like the Toyman and the Prankster. 240 pp

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Image: New Teen Titans Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

NEW TEEN TITANS ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC GN (Marv Wolfman/George Pérez/Romeo Tanghal & Brett Breeding) Collects The New Teen Titans #17-20 and Tales Of The New Teen Titans #1-4. The Titans help Kid Flashs possessed girlfriend, reunite with the original Starfire, team up with Hawkman and more. 228 pp.

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Image: Superman: The Action Comics Archives Vol. 05 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN: ACTION COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 5 HC - Full-Color Creators: Written by Jerry Siegel, Sam Citron, Alvin Schwartz and others. Art by Joe Shuster, Ira Yarbrough, Ed Dobrotka and John Sikela . Cover by Joe Shuster Description: Don't miss this thrilling archive featuring some of Superman's earliest adventures by his creators, Siegel and Shuster! This volume includes Action Comics #69-85, from 1944-1945. 228 pages.

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Image: Spirit Archives Vol. 25 HC  - DC Comics

The penultimate volume in The Spirit Archives presents the rarely-seen daily Spirit comic strip in its entirety, which ran from October 13, 1941, through March 11, 1944. Full of adventure, suspense and fun, this volume is a must-have for Spirit fans! [Written by Will Eisner / Art and cover by Will Eisner]

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 07 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 7 HC - (Gardner Fox/Joe Kubert/Stan Aschmeier/Martin Naydel/Paul Reinman/John Chester Kozlak/various) Reprints All Star Comics #29-33 with an introduction by Roy Thomas. The original super-team, the Justice Society of America, continue their heroic post-War exploits collected in this volume. 216 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's The Spirit Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 4 HC (Will Eisner) Reprints the newspaper Spirit Sections from January 4 to June 28, 1942. Features Eisner's last work on the strip before being inducted into the army during World War II and temporarily turning the strip over to his assistants Lou Fine and Jack Cole. Thrill to spy adventures featuring the Squid, Silk Satin, and Madam Minx. Then become embroiled in the stories Pvt. O'Toole and Cpl. O'Toole. Plus, an appearance by Eisner himself, as a Dr. Watson to the Spirit's Sherlock Holmes in Self Portrait. Introduction by Frank Miller. 224 pp.

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Image: Golden Age Green Lantern Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

GOLDEN AGE GREEN LANTERN ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - (Bill Finger/Martin Nodell/Irwin Hassen) More of original Green Lantern Alan Scott's earliest adventures can be found in this hardcover reprinting Green Lantern stories from All-American Comics #31-38 and Green Lantern Comics #2 & 3. Witness Green Lantern expose corruption in a city orphanage; clear a policeman's son framed for murder; serve as sidekick Doiby Dickle's secret weapon; and corral crooked contractors bilking the city out of millions. Featuring an introduction by Dr. Jerry Bails. 232 pp.

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Image: All Star Comics Archives Vol. 08 HC  - DC Comics

ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 8 HC - (Gardner Fox, John Broome & Robert Kanigher/Joe Kubert/Alex Toth/Carmine Infantino/Lee Elias/Paul Reinman/various) The adventures of the Justice Society of America reached a high point in the stories collected here. Reprinting All Star Comics #34-38 (1947-1948), this volume also features a foreword by writer and Golden Age enthusiast Roy Thomas. It was a time of supreme villainy: the Wizard, Per Degaton, the Injustice Society of the World, and more. As a bonus, Superman and Batman make guest-appearances as members. 208 pp.


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Image: Enemy Ace Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC - (Robert Kanigher/Joe Kubert) Reprints the Enemy Ace stories from Our Army At War #151-155, Showcase #57 & 58 and Star-Spangled War Stories #138-142. His name was Baron Hans von Hammer, and he was the greatest fighter pilot of World War I. But when he first appeared in 1965, he wasn't exactly the kind of war hero that comics fans were used to reading about... Von Hammer - the Enemy Ace - piloted his red Fokker DR-1 triplane in the skies above the trenches of WWI Europe, driven more by duty and honor than bloodlust. Enemy Ace was the first regular feature in comics to dare to reveal the enemy side of the war. Von Hammer struggled as much with his conscience as he did with his enemies. Hating war, he did his duty for his country to the best of his ability, aided by his trusted Black Wolf companion. 224 pp.


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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 10 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 10 HC (Manly Wade Wellman & William Woolfolk/Jack Cole/Lou Fine) Spirit adventures originally published from January to June 1945. Although Eisner was still in the Army during this time, the legend of The Spirit was in the hands of able members of Eisners staff: writers Manly Wade Wellman and William Woolfolk and legendary artists Jack Cole and Lou Fine. The Spirit wrangles with jailbreaks, grifters, murderers, and more. Plus, a portfolio of Eisners military-related artwork produced while he was in the Army. 192 pp.

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Image: Doom Patrol Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

DOOM PATROL ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC (Arnold Drake/Bruno Premiani/Bob Brown) Collecting Doom Patrol #98-105 and Challengers of the Unknown #48 (1966). Witness a new unofficial member, a wedding, and the Challengers of the Unknown. Featuring an introduction by comics historian Bill Schelly and a new cover by Brian Bolland. 240 pp.

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Image: Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 11 HC  - DC Comics

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ARCHIVES VOL. 11 HC (Cary Bates, Jim Shooter & E. Nelson Bridwell/Mike Grell/Dave Cockrum/Curt Swan/George Klein/Nick Cardy) Reprints material from Superboy (first series) #203-212. This archive begins with the heroic death of a Legionnaire. With this dramatic opening, the Legion enters into one of its most memorable periods, featuring such stories as Massacre by Remote Control, The Legionnaire Nobody Remembered, Brainiac 5's Secret Weakness!, The Legion of Super-Executioners, Welcome Home, Daughter...Now Die!, The Rookie Who Betrayed the Legion, Lightning Lad's Day of Dread, Vengeance of the Super-Villains, The Legion of Substitute Heroes, and more. 228 pp.

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Image: Superman Archives Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 2 HC - Reprints Issues 5-8. These high-quality hardcover editions reprint early issues of Superman. These excellent reproductions include all covers and advertisements from the original comics. 272 pp.

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Image: Will Eisner's Spirit Archives Vol. 17 HC  - DC Comics

SPIRIT ARCHIVES VOL. 17 HC (Will Eisner) Includes the classic The Story of Gerhard Shnobble. Reprinting Spirit sections from 7/4/48-12/26/48. 216 pp.

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Image: New Teen Titans Archives Vol. 04 HC  - DC Comics

The 1980s adventures continue in this final Archive edition, collecting NEW TEEN TITANS #21-27 and NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1! Don't miss the Titans' struggle against the hordes of Brother Blood, Starfire's confrontation with her evil sister and more! [Written by Marv Wolfman / Art and Cover by George Pérez & Romeo Tanghal]

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Image: Superman: The Action Comics Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

SUPERMAN: THE ACTION COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 3 HC (Jerry Siegel/Joe Shuster/Fred Ray/John Sikela/Leo Nowak/various) Reprints material from Action Comics #37-52. The Man of Steel faces off against Luthor, the Trickster, the Top, the Puzzler, and more. Introduction by movie producer and comics historian Michael Uslan. 240 pp.

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Image: Blackhawk Archives Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

BLACKHAWK ARCHIVES VOL. 1 HC (Will Eisner, Dick French, William Woolfolk, Bob Powell/Chuck Cuidera/Reed Crandall/various) Reprints the Blackhawk stories from Military Comics #1-17 (1941-1942). Blackhawk was a young aviator seeking vengeance on his family's killers, donning black leather aviator's gear and organizing his own personal militia of assistants to battle the Nazis. Watch as Blackhawk brings together a multinational squad of freedom fighters - Andre, Olaf, Chuck, Stanislaus, Hendrickson, and Chop-Chop - to bring down the Nazi menace. Plus, a map of Blackhawk Island, and the music and lyrics to the unforgettable The Song of the Blackhawks. Introduction by comics historian and writer Mark Evanier. 240 pp.

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