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Image: Batman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Vol. 02  (1968-1969) HC - IDW Publishing

In this second volume, produced in partnership with DC Entertainment, Batman's rare 1960s newspaper adventures continue. Will Batman and Robin survive the double-dealings of Madame Zodiac, not to mention the redoubtable Blue Max? If so, can the Caped Crusader then survive being trapped on an island with an atomic time bomb beneath him? Can his friend Superman save him when the Man of Steel might not be able to save himself? Can Aquaman come to rescue them both? The answers to these questions-and many more-are in this breathtaking Bat-Volume. Reprinting all daily and Sunday strips from January 1, 1968 through May 31, 1969!

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Image: Batman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Vol. 03: 1969-1972 HC  - IDW Publishing

The final volume of the Silver Age Batman Newspaper Comics features a veritable Who's Who of Gotham City and beyond: Superman, Green Arrow, The Penguin, Joker, Mad Hatter, Riddler, Scarecrow, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Two-Face, Catwoman, Batgirl, Killer Moth, Poison Ivy, and Black Canary, plus the introduction of the mysterious Man-Bat! And if that wasn't enough, included are the four months of rare 1972 strips that were created by the Ledger Syndicate, without DC's input, in which Batman was no longer featured, although Bruce Wayne continued as a character. Batman expert Joe Desris explains it all in an insightful introduction. This book includes all strips from June 1, 1969 through April 29, 1972.

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Image: Blackjacked & Pistol Whipped: A Crime Does Not Pay Primer SC  - Dark Horse

Gangsters, kidnappers, maniacal killers, and thugs of all stripes had their lurid stories recounted in Crime Does Not Pay! Featuring thrilling, brutal tales and disturbing, despicable characters, Crime Does Not Pay enthralled a nation and was the most popular comic book of its time. The series was a favorite target of Dr. Fredric Wertham and other censors and is partially responsible for the creation of the Comics Code Authorityyet it was also an inspiration for Harvey Kurtzman's reality-based EC Comics. See why this series was both revered and reviled in this unique "best of" primer! Crime Does Not Pay editor Bob Wood brutally murdered his girlfriend and was later murdered himself! This fascinating sidebar is detailed in an essay by cartoonist, historian, and co-editor Denis Kitchen. Contains a selection of stories from across the series' run in the 1940s, a new cover, an illustrated essay, and an introduction. All-new Crime-inspired cover by artist Pete Poplaski with colors by Bernie Mireault.

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Dailies 1942-1944 HC  - IDW Publishing

Our premiere volume of Golden Age Superman dailies includes all strips from February 16, 1942 through October 28, 1944, and features the first appearance of the mischievous Mr. Mxyzptlk, the menace of The Monocle, the nefarious No Name, Miss Dreamface, King Jimmy Olsen, and the kidnapping of Santa Claus! More than 800 daily strips that are collected for the first time since their original appearance in newspapers more than 70 years ago! ? Collected for the first time!

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Sundays 1946-1949 HC  - IDW Publishing

In a full eighteen adventures, Superman's travels take him around the globe as well as through time and space. The Man of Steel solves the case of the Curiosity Crimes, becomes a rival for Cleopatra's affections in ancient Egypt, is exposed to radiation that turns him into Superbabe, battles a prehistoric animal called a Paleomatzoball (!), reprises the Superman's Service to Servicemen series with a couple of services for veterans, encounters an ancient civilization in the lost valley of Ru, meets up with Angus the talking dog, and to top it all off, witnesses Lois marrying Clark Kent-or does he?! Superman was created in 1938 by two ambitious Cleveland youngsters, Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel. Their defender of the oppressed became an enduring smash sensation in comics, radio, animation, television, and motion pictures. He remains the little guy's White Knight, battling terrestrial and extra-terrestrial menaces and standing for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Collects nearly 170 sequential Sunday pages from August 11, 1946 to October 16, 1949! THESE STRIPS HAVE NEVER BEEN COLLECTED BEFORE NOW! [(W/A) Various (CA) Peter Poplaski]

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Image: Superman: The Silver Age Dailies Vol. 03: 1963-1966 HC  - IDW Publishing

Wayne Boring provides the classic artwork, and once again, Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel scripts adaptations of stories that first appeared in comic books. Siegel and Boring offer alternate versions of now classic stories originally written by Siegel himself, Leo Dorfman, Otto Binder, Robert Bernstein, Edmund Hamilton-and drawn in comic books by Curt Swan, Al Plastino, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Pete Costanza. More than 750 daily strips - over two years of stories - from Earth-N (for Newspapers) that comic book fans have not previously seen. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, Introduction by Sid Friedfertig, and cover drawing by Pete Poplaski.

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