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Image: Before Watchmen: Ozymandias #1 - DC Comics

I have goals to achieve. Dreams to make come true. Plus, a new CRIMSON CORSAIR backup feature from writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS! [(W) Len Wein (A) Jae Lee, John Higgins (CA) Jae Lee]

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Image: Convergence: Swamp Thing #1 - DC Comics

Starring heroes from Crisis On Infinite Earths! The dome has cut off all the heroes from their powers - but what happens when Swamp Thing is cut off from his life source in The Green?

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Image: DC Library: Roots of the Swamp Thing HC  - DC Comics

Written by Len Wein Art by Bernie Wrightston and Nestor Redondo Cover by Bernie Wrightston The tales that made Swamp Thing a fan-favorite are collected in hardcover for the first time! Featuring the first appearance from HOUSE OF SECRETS #92 along with SWAMP THING #1-13 and featuring moody art by legendary artist Bernie Wrightson! Advance-solicited; scheduled to arrive May 27 320 pages, Full-Color.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Image: Edgar Rice Burroughs' Carson of Venus: Pirates of Venus #1  [2018] - American Mythology Productions

Over four decades ago, comic legends Michael Kaluta and Len Wein developed an adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel, Pirates of Venus for DC Comics. These vibrant stories were serialized as backup features in Korak Son of Tarzan. American Mythology is proud to present a remastered edition of this incredible work as a primer to the upcoming new Carson of Venus series launching next month! Find out everything you need to know about the character and the vibrant storytelling of Edgar Rice Burroughs right here then join us for the trip to Venus next month! Carson of Venus #1 Pirates of Venus comes with two covers - Main and Limited-Edition B&W Cover by living legend Michael Kaluta,

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Image: House of Secrets: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 01 HC  - DC Comics

Collecting House Of Secrets #81-111 and featuring the first appearance of Swamp Thing, this new mystery collection includes contributions from such writers and artists as Len Wein, Bernie Wrightson, Jim Aparo and many others, and sets the groundwork for classic DC Universe horror stories for years to come.

SRP: $125.00 Your Price: $106.25
SALE Price: $75.00

Image: Incredible Hulk #181 (Facsimile edition) - Marvel Comics

The issue that introduced an icon! Just when you thought a battle between the Incredible Hulk and the Wendigo couldn't get any more ferocious - the Wolverine crashes the party! It's the deadly debut of the world's first and greatest Canadian super hero - who would soon go on to become arguably the most popular and successful member of the X-Men! Encounter the Wolverine for the first time all over again in an action-packed throwdown that establishes a rivalry for the ages between the Jade Giant and the Best There Is! It's one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all!

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Image: Justice League of America: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 02 HC  - DC Comics

In these 1970s tales, the JLA must stop a plague from devastating Hawkman's homeworld of Thanagar, aid their ally Adam Strange on the planet Rann, face the Justice Society of America from the parallel world of Earth-2, and battle their longtime foe Despero. Collects Justice League Of America #114-146.

SRP: $125.00 Your Price: $106.25

Image: Marvel Masterworks Marvel Team-Up Vol. 03 HC  - Marvel Comics

With his popularity skyrocketing, Spider-Man became comicdom's top seller - and fans wanted more, more, more! Marvel Team-Up provided a second monthly dose of Spidey action with the added bonus of a new heroic guest star every issue. When even that wasn't enough, Marvel launched Giant-Size Spider-Man, featuring double-sized extravaganzas! And lucky you, they're both being collected here! The action includes adventures with Daredevil, Shang-Chi and the Falcon; horrific tales featuring Dracula and Brother Voodoo; and Spidey vs. the Hulk! And while Spider-Man takes the stage in Giant-Size, the Human Torch teams up with Thor, Iron Man and the X-Men! It's all brought to you by some of the greatest writers and artists Spidey has ever known! Collecting Marvel Team-Up (1972) #23-30 and Giant-Size Spider-Man #1-3.

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $63.75

Image: Marvel Masterworks Vol. 252: The Incredible Hulk Nos. 184-196 HC  - Marvel Comics

Hulk is the strongest! Why? Because it's hard not to be when you go from strength to strength with artists Herb Trimpe and Sal Buscema! Trimpe defined the Incredible Hulk in an artistic tenure stretching from 1968 to 1975. When Sal Buscema took over the reins, not only did the series gain a great talent, but one that, unbelievably, would have a tenure longer than even Trimpe's! Add to that Len Wein writing some of his greatest Hulk stories, and you've got a bona fide Marvel Masterworks! The adventures include Hulk smashing his way through the Mole Man, the Gremlin, the Shaper of Worlds, Doc Samson, the Abominationand, of course, the never-ending military machinations of Gen. Thunderbolt Ross! Collecting Incredible Hulk (1968) #184-196 and material from Giant-Size Hulk (1975) #1 and Marvel Treasury Edition #5.

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $63.75

Image: Marvel Masterworks Vol. 259: Marvel Team-Up Nos. 23-30 & Giant-Size Spider-Man Nos. 1-3 HC  - Marvel Comics

With his popularity skyrocketing, Spider-Man became comicdom's top seller - and fans wanted more, more, more! Marvel Team-Up provided a second monthly dose of Spidey action with the added bonus of a new heroic guest star every issue. When even that wasn't enough, Marvel launched Giant-Size Spider-Man, featuring double-sized extravaganzas! And lucky you, they're both being collected here! The action includes adventures with Daredevil, Shang-Chi and the Falcon; horrific tales featuring Dracula and Brother Voodoo; and Spidey vs. the Hulk! And while Spider-Man takes the stage in Giant-Size, the Human Torch teams up with Thor, Iron Man and the X-Men! It's all brought to you by some of the greatest writers and artists Spidey has ever known! Collecting Marvel Team-Up (1972) #23-30 and Giant-Size Spider-Man #1-3.

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $63.75

Image: Marvel Masterworks: The Incredible Hulk Vol. 11 HC  - Marvel Comics

Hulk is the strongest! Why? Because it's hard not to be when you go from strength to strength with artists Herb Trimpe and Sal Buscema! Trimpe defined the Incredible Hulk in an artistic tenure stretching from 1968 to 1975. When Sal Buscema took over the reins, not only did the series gain a great talent, but one that, unbelievably, would have a tenure longer than even Trimpe's! Add to that Len Wein writing some of his greatest Hulk stories, and you've got a bona fide Marvel Masterworks! The adventures include Hulk smashing his way through the Mole Man, the Gremlin, the Shaper of Worlds, Doc Samson, the Abominationand, of course, the never-ending military machinations of Gen. Thunderbolt Ross! Collecting Incredible Hulk (1968) #184-196 and material from Giant-Size Hulk (1975) #1 and Marvel Treasury Edition #5.

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $63.75

Image: Marvel Masterworks: The Incredible Hulk Vol. 12 HC  - Marvel Comics

The always incredible Hulk's adventures continue, led by Len Wein and Sal Buscema! And they kick things off with an all-out slugfest between the Hulk, Man-Thing and the Glob! While the Hulk fights for his life, romance grows between Betty Ross and Doc Samson. It's the kind of relationship that leads to a battle between green hair and green skin! Then, in the milestone issue #200, it's microscopic trip - literally - into the mind of Glenn Talbot! Hulk's return to the heart of the atom brings him back to his love Jarella, but the tragic events that follow drive the Hulk into a berserker rampage! Also featuring the Defenders, the Absorbing Man and a giant-size Annual in which Hulk battles classic Marvel monsters! Collecting Incredible Hulk (1968) #197-209 and Annual #5.

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Image: Metal Men: Full Metal Jacket SC  - DC Comics

Doctor Will Magnus' Metal Men may be the next step in robotics technology, but when the mysterious cyber-terrorist known only as Nameless comes after them, they may have met their match! Collects the Metal Men stories from Legends Of Tomorrow #1-6.

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Image: Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Vol. 03 HC  - IDW Publishing

Boldly going where it all started! Presenting the first comic book adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew! Fully re-mastered with new colors, including stories such as Dark Traveler, The Enterprise Mutiny, The Hijacked Planet, and more. Collects issues #13-18.

SRP: $29.99 Your Price: $25.49

Image: Swamp Thing #4  [2016] - DC Comics
Swamp Thing #4 [2016]
(DC Comics)

Alec Holland tries to help a friend learn the ways of the Green, but is he the same person Alec remembers? Could something far more sinister than dark magic be looming?

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Image: Swamp Thing: The Bronze Age Vol. 01 SC  - DC Comics

Swamp Thing's early adventures are collected in paperback with Swamp Thing: The Bronze Age Vol. 1. Deep in the bayou of Louisiana, far from civilization's grasp, a shadowed creature seen only in fleeting glimpses roils the black waters...a twisted, vegetative mockery of a man...a Swamp Thing! These are the tales that introduced Alec and Linda Holland, Anton Arcane, Abigail Cable, the Patchwork Man, the Un-Men, plus an appearance by Batman! Collects The House Of Secrets #92 and Swamp Thing #1-13.

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Image: Swamp Thing: The Dead Don't Sleep SC  - DC Comics

In these stories from the new six-issue miniseries, Swamp Thing receives an ominous warning and finds himself under attack from the forces of dark magic. These are more than just your average monsters-and there's something much worse looming on the horizon for Alec Holland!

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Image: Tales of the Batman: Len Wein HC  - DC Comics

These tales from the 1970s, written by Len Wein, pit Batman against the villainy of The Joker, The Riddler, Catwoman, Mr. Freeze, Ra's al Ghul and many others. Collected from Batman #307-310, #312-319, #321-324, #326-327, Detective Comics #408, #444-448, #466, #478-479, #500 and #514 and Untold Legends of The Batman #1-3.

SRP: $49.99 Your Price: $42.49


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