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Image: Batman: Complete Silver Age Daily and Sunday Newpaper Comics 1966-1972 Slipcased SC  - IDW Publishing

A three-volume omnibus of the Caped Crusader's 1960s newspaper strip adventures-never before collected-now in a premium slipcase suitable for stately Wayne Manor. The daily Batman newspaper strip began in 1966, on the heels of the Batmania craze created by the hit television series starring Adam West, and ran through the early 1970s. The strip boasted stories by longtime editor Whitney Ellsworth and art by DC stalwarts Shelly Moldoff, Joe Giella, and Carmine Infantino. This three-book set includes all the black-and-white dailies, plus all the color Sunday strips. Featuring a veritable Who's Who of Gotham City and beyond: Superman, Green Arrow, The Penguin, The Joker, Mad Hatter, Riddler, Scarecrow, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Two-Face, Catwoman, Batgirl, Killer Moth, Poison Ivy, and Black Canary!

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Image: Batman: The Silver Age Newspaper Comics Vol. 01: 1966-1967 HC  - IDW Publishing

The Silver Age Caped Crusader comes to IDW's Library of American Comics! In partnership with DC Entertainment, the Eisner and Harvey Award-winning imprint gives the deluxe archival treatment to the classic 1960s Batman newspaper strip. The complete series, which ran from 1966 until 1972, has never been reprinted and will be collected in three definitive volumes. The strip debuted in May 1966 on the heels of the Batmania craze resulting from the hit television program. The series boasted stories by longtime editor Whitney Ellsworth and art by DC stalwarts Shelly Moldoff, Joe Giella, and Carmine Infantino. The first volume, reprinting all B&W dailies and color Sundays from 1966 and 1967, features an all-star list of Batman and Robin characters, including Catwoman, the Penguin, the Joker, Poison Ivy, and Batgirl! Batman was created in 1939 by Bob Kane, and remains one of the most iconic characters in the industry. [(W) Whitney Ellsworth (A) Sheldon Moldoff & Various (CA) Peter Poplaski]

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Image: Sketchbook Adventures of Peter Poplaski HC  - Boom! Studios

Poplaski is an "artist's artist," widely admired by the comics industry cognoscenti. He was art director for Kitchen Sink Press for years, working closely with Harvey Kurtzman, Will Eisner, Milton Caniff, R. Crumb and other cartooning giants, and drew some of DC's most iconic Batman and Superman book covers. The Sketchbook Adventures of Peter Poplaski contains several hundred finely detailed observations of people and places. This unforgettable collection also boasts an introduction by R. Crumb and an insightful afterword by Poplaski himself. [(W/A/CA) Peter Poplaski]

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Image: Superman Silver Age Sundays Vol. 02: 1963 - 1966 HC  - IDW Publishing

In these classic adventures from January 27, 1963 until the series conclusion on May 1, 1966 the impish Mr. Mxyzptlk returns from the Fifth Dimension to exasperate the Man of Steel; Superman becomes Super-Cop to outwit a master spy when Metropolis's entire police force is disabled; tries to help a planet of blind people regain their sight, but loses his own powers in the process; fights it out with his arch enemy Lex Luthor on an alien planet where Luthor is the hero and Superman a villain; competes in the Interplanetary Olympics against a field in which everyone has super-powers; travels back in time with Loisri Lane; is reunited with the mermaid Lois Lemaris; and more!

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Image: Superman: Silver Age Newspaper Dailies Vol. 01: 1959-1961 HC  - IDW Publishing

The Man of Steel comes to the Library of American Comics! In partnership with DC Entertainment, the Eisner Award-winning imprint will produce deluxe archival editions of the Superman newspaper strip that ran from 1939-1966. The Dailies will be released in three sub-sets, starting with The Silver Age, then The Atomic Age, and finally, The Golden Age. (Sundays will be released in a separate, concurrent series.) These Silver Age classics have never been reprinted. The first volume boasts art by Curt Swan and Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye, as Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel scripts stories by Otto Binder, Robert Bender, Jerry Coleman, and a new version of his own classic Superman Returns to Krypton! The book includes almost 800 strips, the complete episodes from December 15, 1958 - July 1, 1961. This is the series Superman fans have been waiting for! [(W) Jerry Siegel, Others (A) Curt Swan & Various (CA) Peter Poplaski]

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Image: Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays 1949-1953 HC  - IDW Publishing

These never-before-reprinted 1950s Sundays are a special treat for Superman fans and comics historians worldwide. This first book of the Atomic Age Sundays features more than 175 full-color strips, from October 23, 1949 through March 15, 1953. In these tales, the impish Mr. Mxyztplk has returned to drive Superman crazy and the Man of Steel returns to Smallville for Superboy Week celebrations and ends up solving a case he never had a chance to as Superboy!

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Image: Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays 1953-1956 HC  - IDW Publishing

More than 170 never-before-reprinted Superman Sundays from the 1950s. This second book in the Atomic Age Sundays features every Superman weekly strip from March 22, 1953 through June 24, 1956. In these tales, Superman encounters two escaped criminals from Krypton; challenges Lois to discover his secret identity in three different periods in history; battles the mysterious Prankster; meets the legendary Hercules; mixes it up with the Phantom Thief, a crook whom radiation turns invisible; encounters a flying horse named Comet (no, not the one belonging to Supergirl!); and is super-confused when he suffers from super-amnesia! Introduction by Mark Waid.

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Image: Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays 1956-1959 HC  - IDW Publishing

Superman's newspaper comic strips are among the most rare of all Superman collectibles. This comprehensive series helps remedy that gap in Superman history by bringing back into print every one of the Sunday newspaper strips. The Man of Steel stars in seven classic adventures as the 1950s Atomic Age comes to a close. Two of the stories are original to the newspaper strip, while five were alternate versions of tales that were simultaneously published in the regular comic books. One of the featured adaptations is Superman Versus the Futuremen, written by Batman co-creator Bill Finger, which retells Superman's origin. This concluding volume of Superman's Atomic Age Sundays reprints all strips from July 1, 1956 to October 11, 1959.

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Dailies 1944-1947 HC  - IDW Publishing

The creative torch is passed to writer Alvin Schwartz when Superman's creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster leave the series. Schwartz and artist Wayne Boring present sixteen storylines that begin while World War II is still raging and continue into the post-war era. Stories include The Prankster's Peculiar Premonitions, Lois Lane, Editor, and Superman's Secret Revealed!

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Dailies 1947-1949 HC  - IDW Publishing

The Man of Steel's newspaper comic strips are among the rarest of all Superman collectibles. In these 15 storylines, Superman faces off against the Crime Mentalist who can predict crimes before they happen; finds himself locked up for speeding in Superman, Jailbird; plays cupid to help a millionaire Prince Charming find the mysterious Miss Whisper; and is at the mercy of his old foe Enthor's paralyzing weapon! Other stories in this third addition to the series include Lois's Secret Identity and The Super Elixir.

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946 HC  - IDW Publishing

The first book in our Superman Sundays series begins with the classic comics from May 9, 1943 and continues through August 4, 1946, filling another major gap in the Superman mythos. In a partnership between IDW's The Library of American Comics and DC Entertainment, this volume begins a comprehensive archival program to bring back into print every one of the Superman Sunday newspaper strips. The complete comics will be published in three sub-sets, The Golden Age (1940s), The Atomic Age (1950s), and The Silver Age (1960s). The color Sundays and black-and-white dailies contained distinct storylines and will be released in separate, concurrent, series. Superman was created in 1938 by two ambitious Cleveland youngsters, Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel. He remains the little guy's White Knight, battling terrestrial and extra-terrestrial menaces and standing for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. [Wayne Boring, Jack Burnley, Whitney Ellsworth, Jack Schiff, and others (w & a) / Peter Poplaski (c)]

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Image: Superman: The Silver Age Dailies Vol. 02: 1961-1963 HC  - IDW Publishing

Never-before reprinted stories from August 1961-November 1963!Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye provide the 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, Bill Finger, Edmund Hamilton, and Leo Dorfman-and drawn in comic books by Curt Swan, Al Plastino, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Boring himself. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, Introduction by Sid Friedfertig, and cover drawing by Pete Poplaski. [(W) Jerry Siegel (A) Wayne Boring, Stan Kaye (CA) Peter Poplaski]

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Image: Superman: The Silver Age Sundays 1959-1963 HC  - IDW Publishing

A comprehensive series that remedies a gap in comics history, bringing back all the Superman Sunday strips-among the character's rarest collectibles-as co-creator Jerry Siegel returns to writing duties. In these 18 classic adventures from October 18, 1959, to January 20, 1963, the Man of Steel meets The Kryptonite Girl and his Mermaid Sweetheart. Also featured are Superman's Greatest Feats, The Super Powers of Perry White, The Invasion of the Super-Ants, and The Creature of 1,000 Disguises, among other early '60s tales drawn by Wayne Boring.

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Image: Wonder Woman: The Complete Dailies 1944-1945 HC  - IDW Publishing

The entire original Wonder Woman newspaper strip, collected for the first time anywhere!Just a few years after she burst into comic books, the world's most famous female superhero starred in her own daily newspaper strip written and drawn by the same creative team that produced the comic book: William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peters. It all starts on Paradise Island where Amazonian women rule supreme and no men are allowed. Led by Princess Diana, their way of life is about to change when Steve Trevor, a wounded American soldier, washes up on their shores. Soon, Diana-rechristened Wonder Woman-is off to America, where the saga continues! Collects the entire strip from May 1, 1944 until December 1, 1945. [(W) William Moulton Marston (A) Harry G. Peter (CA) Peter Poplaski]

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