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Image: Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: The Secret of the Petrified Tablet SC  - Marvel Comics

Two of the fiercest crime lords in New York City are on a quest to decipher an ancient petrified tablet - whose secrets promise great power! It's an indisputable classic by two of Marvel's greatest creators, Stan Lee and John Romita Sr. - and that's not all they have in store! J. Jonah Jameson has the Daily Bugle working overtime to brand Spider-Man as public enemy number one, the Prowler hits the scene, the Black Widow debuts her sultry new spy gear - and the origin of Peter's parents is revealed! Plus: The Kingpin comes back for more, and this time it's a family affair! Also featuring Gwen Stacy and the gangâ¦whose heads are really going to turn when an ill Peter Parker strolls into a party in his Spider-Man costume! Collecting Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #68-85 and Annual #5-6.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Image: Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Newspaper Comics Vol. 05: 1985-1986 HC  - IDW Publishing

The woebegone web-slinger encounters problems that make Dar Harat seem like a sewing circle-if he can escape from their clutches, that is! Daily Bugle writer Jenny Sue Saxton arrives and falls for Peter Parker while trying to become Spider-Man's biographer, even as Aunt May faces financial ruin in a very modern kind of bank heist. Mary Jane returns just in time to learn an important secret-and to introduce Peter to her Uncle Spencer Watson. Spidey's reputation is under fire when he's accused of pushing drugs. And in a story that rivals the classic drug issues of Spider-Man's comic book, Stan Lee addresses one of the most heart-rending problems of modern times: child abuse. Advance solicited for February release! Continuing the first-ever chronological collection of the Spider-Man newspaper comics!

SRP: $49.99 Your Price: $42.49

Image: Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Newspaper Comics Collection Vol. 03  (1981-1982) HC - IDW Publishing

Advance Solicited for July release! New artists offer a new look, but the wall-crawling adventure is as exciting as ever! Doctor Octopus and Aunt May a couple? Not if Peter Parker can help it! Mary Jane's stage debut may be spoiled by the mystery man known as-The Assassin! as the campaign for president heats up, millionaire Thurston Thruwell shows us where creatures roam, while Spidey invades Latveria just in time for Dr. Doom and his captured spaceship to show the world where monsters dwell! and that's just to start! Edited by Bruce Canwell, this book includes more than 700 sequential comics-the complete run from January 1981 through December 1982!

SRP: $49.99 Your Price: $42.49

Image: Black Knight #1 (Facsimile edition) - Marvel Comics

Head back in time - first to 1955, then even further to the legendary days of King Arthur - as a young Stan Lee and celebrated artist Joe Maneely draw inspiration from history and myth to present one of the noblest warriors to ever wield a sword! Recruited by Merlin himself, Sir Percy of Scandia plays the coward in public - but disguised in his ornate armor, he takes up arms as the Black Knight! With ebony blade in hand, only the Black Knight can foil the schemes of his evil cousin Modred, who schemes to steal the kingdom! So begins a heroic legacy for the ages, destined to one day be taken up by Sir Percy's descendant Dane Whitman! It's one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all! Reprinting Black Knight (1955) #1.

SRP: $3.99 Your Price: $3.19

Image: Captain America #117 (Facsimile edition) - Marvel Comics

Captain America meets a new crimefighting partner as the Falcon makes his daring debut! Sam Wilson and his avian accomplice, Redwing, take center stage in the midst of one of Cap's greatest showdowns with his evil archenemy, the Red Skull! Trapped on the island of Exiles, Cap begins training Sam Wilson to join him in final battle with the Skull - and helps him adopt a stirring alter ego to strike fear into the hearts of their enemies! The Falcon is born, and nothing will ever be the same again for Sam Wilson or Steve Rogers! It's one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all! • Reprinting Captain America (1968) #117.

SRP: $3.99 Your Price: $3.34

Image: Captain America Epic Collection: The Coming of... The Falcon SC  - Marvel Comics

Volume 2 in the Captain America Epic Collections. Baron Zemo, the man who sent Captain America and Bucky Barnes plunging to the bottom of the North Atlantic, returns to menace Cap - in a saga guest-starring Nick Fury, the Black Panther and Sharon Carter! Then, the Red Skull forces our hero to do his bidding - or risk America's nuclear annihilation! There's Kirby action at its best with Batroc the Leaper and the Trapster, and Lee drama at its deepest as Cap relives his first meeting with Bucky! It gets even more exciting when the world believes Steve Rogers isdead? And when an encounter with the Red Skull and his Cosmic Cube causes Cap and the Skull to switch bodies, only Sam Wilson - the high-flying Falcon - can help Cap regain his true identity and defeat his Nazi nemesis! Collecting Tales Of Suspense (1959) #97-99 and Captain America (1968) #100-119.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Image: Complete Kirby: War and Romance HC  (main War cover) - Marvel Comics

King of the comics art form, Jack Kirby needs no introduction. He was an architect of the Marvel Universe, but his contributions extended far beyond just super heroes. Now, highlighting two sides of the human condition, Kirby's war and romance work finally gets its due! A combat veteran during World War II, Kirby brings hard-earned realism to BATTLEGROUND and BATTLE - while Kirby and Stan Lee bring the war genre into the Marvel Age with SGT. FURY! On the other end of the spectrum are tales from vintage romance titles - many restored directly from Kirby's original art - that prove that love is war! Collecting material from Battle #64-70; Battleground #14; Sgt. Fury #1-8, #10-20 and #25; Love Romances #83-85, #87-88 and #96-106; My Own Romance #71-76 and Teen-Age Romance #84-86.

SRP: $125.00 Your Price: $105.00

Image: Complete Kirby: War and Romance HC  (variant DM Romance cover - Jack Kirby) - Marvel Comics

King of the comics art form, Jack Kirby needs no introduction. He was an architect of the Marvel Universe, but his contributions extended far beyond just super heroes. Now, highlighting two sides of the human condition, Kirby's war and romance work finally gets its due! A combat veteran during World War II, Kirby brings hard-earned realism to BATTLEGROUND and BATTLE - while Kirby and Stan Lee bring the war genre into the Marvel Age with SGT. FURY! On the other end of the spectrum are tales from vintage romance titles - many restored directly from Kirby's original art - that prove that love is war! Collecting material from Battle #64-70; Battleground #14; Sgt. Fury #1-8, #10-20 and #25; Love Romances #83-85, #87-88 and #96-106; My Own Romance #71-76 and Teen-Age Romance #84-86.

SRP: $125.00 Your Price: $105.00

Image: Doctor Strange: Lords of Fear SC  - Marvel Comics

Meet the Fear Lords - Doctor Strange's most diabolical foes - as they spread terror across the Marvel Universe! The nefarious Nightmare will haunt your dreams - literally! The Lurking Unknown raises questions for Thor, and the Dweller in Darkness casts his shadow over Hercules and the Thunder God! The maniacal Scarecrow spreads terror wherever he goes - including a run-in with the Thing! The demonic D'Spayre plagues Spider-Man and Man-Thing! And when Kkallakku and Nox join the fray, the Fear Lords come together to raise hell for Daredevil and Doctor Strange! Collecting Thor (1966) #229-230; Dead Of Night #11; Marvel Spotlight (1971) #26; Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #18; Marvel Team-Up (1972) #68; Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #31-33 (B stories) and #38-40; and material from Strange Tales (1951) #110 and #116, Thor (1966) #136 and Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #1-4.

SRP: $29.99 Your Price: $25.49

Image: Fantastic Four Epic Collection: Master Plan of Doom SC  (new printing) - Marvel Comics

Lee and Kirby set the standard for out-of-this-world imaginative adventure and launched the Marvel Universe in the pages of FANTASTIC FOUR. Now, with all the MU super hero players in place, it's time for the FF to run the gauntlet! The Thing throws down with the Hulk in a battle so huge it takes the combined might of the FF and the Avengers to stop it! The Sub-Mariner makes a play for Sue Storm! The FF tangle with the X-Men! Nick Fury drops by in the story that set the table for Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.! And even Doctor Strange makes an ever-so-astral appearance! Plus: Two jam-packed annuals featuring Sub-Mariner's invasion of New York?and the origin of Doctor Doom! Collecting Fantastic Four (1961) #19-32 and Annual #1-2.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $31.99

Image: Fantastic Four Epic Collection: The Coming of Galactus SC  - Marvel Comics

Stan Lee called it the World's Greatest Comic Magazine, and he wasn't kidding. If Lee and Jack Kirby set the comics world on fire in 1961 with the debut of the Fantastic Four, in 1965 they burned it down. Letting loose an unmatched burst of rapid-fire creativity, they gave birth to the Frightful Four, the Inhumans, Galactus and the Silver Surfer - and even pulled off the first super hero wedding! The FF faces monster menaces galore, including Dragon Man - and out-of-this-world villains, from the shape-shifting Skrulls to the undersea warlord Attuma. But it's not just the panel-bursting action that makes Fantastic Four great. It's the drama of a family, united to explore all the wonders of the Marvel Universe side by side! Collecting Fantastic Four (1961) #33-51 and Annual #3.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Image: Fantastic Four Epic Collection: The World's Greatest Comic Magazine SC  - Marvel Comics

Volume #1 in the Fantastic Four Epic Collections. In 1961, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby lit the fuse of the greatest revolution in comic-book history - the Marvel Age of Comics - and it started right here, in the pages of FANTASTIC FOUR! With the space race on, Reed Richards, Ben Grimm, Sue Storm and Johnny Storm shoot for the stars - but after their craft is bombarded by cosmic rays, they return to Earth with the startling powers of the Fantastic Four! These weren't just any super heroes, though - the Fantastic Four were a realistic, relatable, bickering and loveable family that couldn't pay their rent and didn't always love their powers. So crack open this Epic Collection and enjoy the beginning of the series that earned the name The World's Greatest Comic Magazine! Collecting Fantastic Four (1961) #1-18. [(W) Stan Lee (A/CA) Jack Kirby]

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $29.74

Image: Fantastic Four Omnibus Vol. 01 HC  - Marvel Comics

They were visionaries. Explorers. Imaginauts. They were Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. And like the Fantastic Four, they continually strove to overcome the impossible and achieve the extraordinary. Now, the first three years of their landmark run are collected in one oversized volume. This keepsake edition also includes all original letters pages and pinups, critical commentaries, a historical overview and other DVD-style extras. Collecting: Fantastic Four (1961) #1-30, Fantastic Four Annual (1963) #1

SRP: $100.00 Your Price: $85.00

Image: Heroman GN  - Vertical Inc
Heroman GN
(Vertical Inc)

Joey lives with his grandmother in Central City, Los Angeles. Joey's a bit scrawny for his age. He's not athletic or much of a bookworm. Actually he doesn't fit in anywhere, but he copes when not busy at work. Like many impressionable teens, Joey thinks material goods can bring him good fortune, and given his life situation he could really use some luck. Unfortunately, he cannot afford to buy the popular toy robot Heybo on his meager income. His luck changes when he picks up a broken down Heybo abandoned by a school bully. In Joey's eyes this used bot could be a source of strength. It could even turn him into a hero! [(W) Stan Lee (A/CA) Tamon Ohta]

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $9.30

Image: Heroman Vol. 02 SC  - Vertical Inc
Heroman Vol. 02 SC
(Vertical Inc)

Legendary comics creator Stan Lee returns to writing with his most unique superhero tale yet - HeroMan! A young teen stumbles upon a robotic toy that comes to life when Earth is invaded by a race of giant insects. [(W) Stan Lee (A/CA) Tamon Ohta]

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $9.30

Image: Heroman Vol. 03 SC  - Vertical Inc
Heroman Vol. 03 SC
(Vertical Inc)

Legendary comics creator Stan Lee returns to writing with his most unique superhero tale yet - HeroMan! A tale of robotic superheroes amid their human partners destined to save the Earth from alien invasion is illustrated by veteran artist Taman Ohta, the winner of the 2006 SquareEnix GI GanGan Award. [(W) Stan Lee (A/CA) Tamon Ohta]

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $9.30

Image: Inhumans: Beware the Inhumans SC  - Marvel Comics

From Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Roy Thomas and Neal Adams - the titans of the Marvel Age - come the Inhumans! For the first time, the stories that defined these regal outcasts are brought together in one collection starring Black Bolt, Medusa, Karnak, Gorgon, Crystal and the loveable Lockjaw! Their quest for peace is threatened not just by a world that fears them, but also by Black Bolt's own brother, Maximus the Mad, and his evil Inhuman cohorts! It's a family epic full of intrigue and treachery, told in the mighty Marvel fashion - as only comics' greatest creative talents could craft it! Collecting Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) #15; Incredible Hulk Annual #1; Fantastic Four (1961) #81-83 and #99; Avengers (1963) #95; and material from Fantastic Four (1961) #95 and #105, Amazing Adventures (1970) #1-10 and Not Brand Echh #12.

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $29.74

Image: Inhumans: The Origin of the Inhumans SC  - Marvel Comics

In 1965, a strange family of outcasts made their debut in the pages of Fantastic Four. The uncanny Inhumans quickly became more than just another set of adversaries - and they all but took over and made the magazine their own! The mysterious origins of Black Bolt, Medusa, Gorgon, Triton, Karnak, Crystal and Lockjaw were revealed month after month until reader demand gave them their own feature in THOR! Now, the story of the Inhumans and their wondrous, secret land Attilan is collected from the very beginning! From Medusa's debut as a member of the Frightful Four to the battle to break the Great Barrier, it's all here in incomparable Stan and Jack fashion! Collecting Fantastic Four (1961) #36, #38, #41-47, #54, #62-65 and Annual #5, plus portions of #48, #50, #52 and #55-61; and material from Thor (1966) #146-152. [(W) Stan Lee (A/CA) Jack Kirby]

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Image: John Romita's Amazing Spider-Man Artifact Edition HC  - IDW Publishing

This is it, the John Romita Spider-Man book fans have been waiting for-Nearly 200 pages of prime John Romita Spider-Man art from his very earliest days on the title, and every single one is scanned from the original art! This over-sized (it's as big as the recent STERANKO Artist's Edition) Artifact Edition showcases the absolute peak of Romita's tenure on Amazing Spider-Man from his first 15 issues (#39 - #53), and all are twice-up pages-this one is an enormous 15 x 22 tome!

SRP: $ Your Price: $157.13

Image: John Romita: Amazing Spider-Man Artisan Edition  - IDW Publishing

Jazzy John Romita was for many the definitive artist on the Amazing Spider-Man. His sleek line work brought the web-slinger to life for a generation of fans. This volume collects issues 67, 68, 69, 71, 75, and 84 in their entirety. Additionally there is a beautiful gallery section of Romita extras. Like all of IDW's award-winning Artist Edition style books, each page has been painstakingly scanned from the original art to ensure the finest possible reproduction, mimicking the experience of seeing Kirby's hand-drawn pages-it's the next best thing owning the art! While appearing to be in black and white, each page was scanned in color to mimic as closely as possible the experience of viewing the actual original art-for instance, corrections, blue pencils, paste-overs, all the little nuances that make original art unique.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.58

Image: Kirby Is... Fantastic! HC  - Marvel Comics

Kirby is the greatest storytelling mind in comic book history. Kirby is an architect of the world's most-famous universe of characters. Kirby isFantastic! The first in a line of super-giant King-Size hardcovers celebrating the incomparable talent of Jack The King Kirby, Kirby isFantastic! brings together a selection of all-time great issues from his tenure on Fantastic Four. Featuring the 1960s debut of the Sub-Mariner, knitting together Marvel's Silver and Golden Ages; earth-shaking battles between the Thing and the Hulk; the debut of the Black Panther; the unveiling of the utopian man-god Him (a.k.a. Adam Warlock); a life-or-death epic battle with Doctor Doom in the heart of Latveria; and a deadly trip into the Negative Zone topped off by the history-making birth of Franklin Richards. Collecting Fantastic Four (1961) #4, #12, #25-26, #52-53, #66-67, #84-87 & Annual #6.

SRP: $100.00 Your Price: $85.00

Image: Kirby Is... Mighty! HC  - Marvel Comics
Kirby Is... Mighty! HC
(Marvel Comics)

Kirby imagined modern mythologies that spanned the cosmos and remade gods. Kirby created action sequences so powerful that galaxies shook. Kirby's Thor is the most epic comic book saga ever told. Kirby isMighty! And now, this gigantic volume brings together the greatest Thor tales Jack King Kirby ever drew. Stories so exciting, so massive in scope, so utterly epic that even Marvel's King-Size format struggles to contain them! Thrill to Thor's first appearance! A bruising battle between Thor and Hercules! The mind-bending debut of Ego the Living Planet! The invasion of Asgard by Ulik and his horrifying troll army! And a multipart saga where Thor faces the immeasurable power of Galactus - and the world devourer's origin is revealed! Collecting Thor (1966) #160-162 and #167-170; and material from Journey Into Mystery (1952) #83 and #125 and Thor (1966) #126, #131-133 and #137-139.

SRP: $100.00 Your Price: $85.00

Image: Marvel Masters of Suspense: Lee & Ditko Omnibus Vol. 02 HC  - Marvel Comics

Concluding Marvel's once-in-a-lifetime Omnibus collection of every astonishing tale of suspense by the inimitable duo of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko! Their collaborations birthed the Amazing Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, and in these pages you'll find the concepts, themes and creative origins of those iconic super heroes. They're packed inside tight five-page thrillers, stories covering everything from aliens with outsized agendas to down-on-their-luck gutter bums. Stories that sought to raise the bar for comic-book storytelling. Stories that plumb the human condition, expand the language of comics - and shock your pants off. Extensively researched and painstakingly restored, this, True Believer, is the collection you've dreamed of - and a testament to two of Marvel Comics' greatest creators. Collecting material from Journey Into Mystery (1952) #74-96, Strange Tales (1951) #92-109 and #112-113, Tales to Astonish (1959) #27-48, Tales of Suspense (1959) #25-44 and #46, Amazing Adult Fantasy #7-14, and Amazing Fantasy (1962) #15.

SRP: $100.00 Your Price: $85.00

Image: Marvel Masters of Suspense: Stan Lee & Steve Ditko Omnibus Vol. 01 HC  - Marvel Comics

Before Stan Lee and Steve Ditko revolutionized comics heroes with Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, they applied their incomparable storytelling to taut suspense thrillers! Chilling stories cast with nervous-eyed dreamers and sweaty-palmed schemers, none of whom make it out without getting theirs. These parables of wrenching psychological tension, crafted by two of comics' most creative minds, will leave you curled up and screaming for more! Marvel is honored to collect Lee and Ditko's complete Silver Age stories of suspense in two beautifully restored Omnibus volumes - from Ditko's very first Marvel work in 1956 to his last five-page masterpiece! Collecting material from Journey Into Mystery (1952) #33, #38 and #50-73; Strange Tales (1951) #46, #50 and #67-91; Tales To Astonish (1959) #1-26; Tales Of Suspense (1959) #1-15 and #17-24; Strange Worlds #1-5; World Of Fantasy #16-19; Amazing Adventures (1961) #1-6; Journey Into Unknown Worlds #45 and #51; Mystery Tales #40, #45 and #47; Two-Gun Western (1956) #4; World Of Suspense #2; Marvel Tales (1949) #147; Spellbound (1952) #29; Strange Tales Of The Unusual #5; Astonishing #53; World Of Mystery #3 and #6; Battle #63; and Gunsmoke Western #66.

SRP: $100.00 Your Price: $85.00

Image: Marvel Masterworks Vol. 186: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense Nos. 32-48, 50-54  - Marvel Comics

The Marvel Masterworks bring you the final, fantastic volume of TALES OF SUSPENSE with another dose of giant monsters, intergalactic alien invaders and weird menaces. Including each complete pre-hero issue, as well as the many never-before-reprinted backup stories that supported Iron Man after his debut, crafted by a who's who list of top talent: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Don Heck, Jack Davis and more. This must-have volume brings you the stories that were the crucible for the Marvel Age of Comics, so don't wait - reserve your copy today! Collecting TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #32-48 and #50-54. [(W) Stan Lee, Steve Lieber (A) Various (CA) Jack Kirby]

SRP: $74.99 Your Price: $63.74
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Image: Marvel Masterworks: Mighty Thor Vol. 05 SC  - Marvel Comics

A masterpiece of immortal action, cosmic scope and boundless drama, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's THOR marks a cornerstone of the Marvel Universe - and in this collection they kick their efforts up a cosmic notch! It begins when Thor is captured by Rigellian colonizers and pitted against Ego, the Living Planet! The action continues non-stop from there as Thor faces the High Evolutionary and his man-beasts, battles the Ulik the Troll in the under-earth menace's first appearance, and confronts the unstoppable Destroyer! There's a soft spot to these tales, too, as Thor struggles to reconcile his love for the mortal Jane Foster. And when Lady Sif returns, the cup runneth over with drama and delight! Collecting Thor (1966) #131-140 and Annual #2. [(W) Stan Lee (A/CA) Jack Kirby]

SRP: $24.99 Your Price: $21.24

Image: Marvel Visionaries: Stan Lee SC  - Marvel Comics

Celebrate the career of a true Marvel Visionary! In the days before World War II, a teenager named Stanley Lieber ran errands in the Timely Comics offices. Soon, Stan Lee published his first story - and before long, he was running the show! In the 1960s, Lee and Jack Kirby transformed super hero comics with the Fantastic Four - whose success sparked a line of smash hits that created the Marvel Universe! Presented here are some of the greatest stories written by The Man, from rarely seen tales from Lee's earliest days to unforgettable adventures starring his most iconic co-creations with Kirby, Steve Ditko and others - including the FF, Spider-Man, Thor, Silver Surfer, Doctor Strange and Daredevil! Collecting Fantastic Four (1961) #11 and Annual #3; Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #96-98 and Annual #5; Daredevil (1964) #7 and #47; Silver Surfer (1968) #5; THOR (1966) #179-181; Marvel Premiere #3; and material from Captain America Comics #3 and #16, Suspense #28, Amazing Adult Fantasy #11, Amazing Fantasy (1962) #15 and Spectacular Spider-Man Super Special.

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $29.74

Image: Not Brand Echh: The Complete Collection SC  - Marvel Comics

When Stan Lee set the tone for the Marvel Age of Comics, it came with a healthy dose of humor. And when fans demanded more Marvel mayhem, Stan - along with Jack Kirby, Gene Colan and the Bullpen's mistress of mirth, Marie Severin - turned the dial to 11 and let loose! Presenting the masterpiece of Silver Age satire, packed with Marvel's greatest talents taking a sideways look at the heroes they made famous (and even some they didn't). Charlie America, Scaredevil, the Revengers, Sore: Son of Shmodin, the Sunk-Mariner and the one and only Forbush Man are coming at you. Duck! Collecting Not Brand Echh (1967) #1-13; Not Brand Echh (2017) #14; and material from Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #1 and #5, Daredevil Annual (1967) #1, Fantastic Four Annual #5, Sgt. Fury Annual #4 and Avengers Annual #2.

SRP: $39.99 Your Price: $33.99

Image: Sgt. Fury Epic Collection: The Howling Commandos SC  - Marvel Comics

Volume #1 in the Sgt. Fury Epic Collections. From the heart of the Silver Age, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers bring you the World War II adventures of Sgt. Nick Fury and his crack squad — the Howling Commandos! These creative titans took the Marvel method and applied it to the combat genre, creating the “war comic for people who hate war comics.” Starring Nick Fury, Dum Dum Dugan, Gabe Jones, Reb Ralston, Junior Juniper and the rest of the Commandos, the series was an instant hit and would even inspire filmmaker Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. In this inaugural Sgt. Fury Epic Collection, our heroes battle more Nazis than you can shake a bayonet at, team up with Captain America and Bucky, battle the nefarious Barons Strucker and Zemo — and set out to capture Adolf Hitler himself! Collecting Sgt. Fury #1-#19.

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Image: Spectacular Spider-Man: Lo, This Monster SC  - Marvel Comics

Spider-Man swings into a brand-new magazine-sized format - and the results are spectacular! The year is 1968. With John Romita Sr. channeling film noir in his visuals and Stan Lee offering longer stories for a more mature readership, these were Spidey tales like nothing that had come before! In the first issue, told in glorious halftone black and white, things get political as Richard Raleigh bids to be the next mayor of New York - but will his campaign be derailed by a monster running amok in the Big Apple? Then, Lee and Romita go fittingly full-color for the Green Goblin's high-flying return - and deliver a feature-length showdown between Spidey and his archnemesis! Plus: Revisit the origin of Spider-Man - as retold by Stan and his brother, Larry Lieber! Collecting Spectacular Spider-Man (1968) #1-2.

SRP: $19.99 Your Price: $16.99

Image: Spider-Man Newspaper Strips Vol. 02 HC  - Marvel Comics

Written by STAN LEE Penciled by JOHN ROMITA SR. & LARRY LIEBER Cover by JOHN ROMITA SR. All the strips that are fit to print! And since we're talking about strips written by Stan "The Man" Lee and drawn by "Jazzy" John Romita, that means ALL of "em! The second of two volumes reprinting Stan and John's Spider-Man newspaper strips in chronological order, this titanic tome brings you the classic panels that hit the daily and Sunday papers from Jan. 29, 1979, to Jan. 11, 1981, in a deluxe hardcover format that will spin a web of enchantment upon anyone who reads them! 320 pages. /All Ages

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Image: Spider-Man Newspaper Strips Vol. 02 SC  - Marvel Comics

Extra! Extra! Read all the Spidey strips by Stan The Man Lee and Jazzy John Romita! The second volume compiling all of Stan and John's Amazing Spider-Man newspaper strips in chronological order, this titanic tome brings you the classic panels that hit the papers in the late 1970s and early 1980s! All the daily strips are printed in the original black and white, and all the Sundays in color, ready to spin a web of enchantment upon anyone who reads them! Collecting the Amazing Spider-Man newspaper strips from Jan. 29, 1979, to Jan. 11, 1981. [(W) Stan Lee (A) John Romita, Larry Lieber (CA) TBD]

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Image: Stan Lee Marvel Treasury Edition  - Marvel Comics

Face Front, True Believers, and treasure this super-sized celebration of the incredible career of Stan Lee! More than 70 years of stories featuring dozens of Lee's beloved co-creations - including Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Hulk, the Avengers, Daredevil and Nick Fury - all in his signature, senses-shattering style! These astonishing tales of suspense, horror, fantasy, romance, comedy, cowboys, super heroics and more prove beyond doubt that Stan is The Man! Collecting Incredible Hulk (1962) #1, Avengers (1963) #1 and #15-16, X-Men (1963) #4-5, Sgt. Fury #8, Fantastic Four Annual #2-3, Daredevil (1964) #7 and #47, Captain America (1968) #109, Thor (1966) #179-181, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #96-98, Marvel Premiere #3, Savage She-Hulk (1980) #1 and Silver Surfer: Parable #1-2 - plus material from Captain America Comics #3 and #16, Mystic Comics (1940) #6, Suspense #29, Black Knight (1955) #1, Millie The Model #100, Life With Millie #10, Amazing Adult Fantasy #9 and #11, Amazing Fantasy (1962) #15, Tales To Astonish (1959) #35, Tales Of Suspense #39, Rawhide Kid (1955) #33, Patsy Walker #119, Strange Tales (1951) #135, Thor (1966) #146-152, Silver Surfer (1968) #3, Our Love Story #5, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #365 and #634-645, Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration and the Amazing Spider-Man newspaper strip.

SRP: $200.00 Your Price: $170.00

Image: Stan Lee's How to Draw Superheroes SC  - Watson Guptill

The third installment in comics icon Stan Lee's series showing readers how to create some of the most exciting and dynamic superheroes of all time. Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, and the Avengers all share a common trait - these hugely popular Marvel Comics superheroes were co-created by the legendary Stan Lee. Now, Lee shows readers everything they'll need to make their own mighty superheroes, just like his classic creations. Lee exposes his secret tools and techniques for bringing strong, inspiring heroes and heroines to life. He even shows aspiring creators how to expand their super-universes with evil villains, trusty sidekicks, brutes and monsters, super-pets, secret hideouts, and more! [(W) Stan Lee (CA) Alex Ross]

SRP: $24.99 Your Price: $21.24

Image: Stan Lee's Master Class SC  - Watson Guptill
Stan Lee's Master Class SC
(Watson Guptill)

In Stan Lee's Master Class, comics icon Lee provides aspiring comics artists with the modern tools they need to succeed in the comic book creating world. Focusing on topics like anatomy, perspective, and character design, as well as brand new topics like manga art styles, digital art, and more, this is the next step for those looking to perfect their superhero rendering and create fantastic comics worlds perfect for today's modern comic book audience. With examples from his classic collaborations at Marvel Comics and from today's top comics artists, Lee builds on concepts only touched upon in his previous instructional offerings and provides a pathway for aspiring artists to bring their comic book artwork to professional-quality levels.

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Image: Thor Epic Collection: When Titans Clash SC  - Marvel Comics

Volume #2 in the Thor Epic Collections. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the creative team that sparked the Marvel revolution, set off on Asgardian adventures featuring the fight-to-end-all-fights between Thor and the Incredible Hulk! There's also the return of the Grey Gargoyle, the debut of the Absorbing Man and the unstoppable Destroyer, Thor and Loki's exile to Skornheim and the introduction of Hercules and the Greek gods! And it all leads to an epic adventure that pits Thor against Hercules and concludes in the depths of Pluto's Underworld! Lest we forget, Tales of Asgard backs up every issue with the origins of Marvel's Norse pantheon of heroes, villains and mystic lands; the secrets of Ragnarok; and much more! Collecting Journey Into Mystery (1952) #110-125 and Annual #1, Thor (1966) #126-130, and material from Not Brand Echh #3.

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Image: Thor vs. Hulk SC  - Marvel Comics
Thor vs. Hulk SC
(Marvel Comics)

The God of Thunder takes on the Green Goliath as two Marvel heavyweights clash! A rivalry for the ages begins shortly after Hulk quits the Avengers, with a test of strength between former teammates! Things escalate when the jade giant recruits powerful allies of his own, paving the way for Thor vs. Hulk to be the main event of an Avengers/Defenders War! Hammer meets fist again and again - including a journey to Hel and back, and blockbuster bouts between the Odinson and the Red Hulk! It's god against monster in the mightiest Marvel manner of all! Collecting Avengers (1963) #3, Sub-Mariner (1968) #35, Defenders (1972) #10, Incredible Hulk (1968) #255 and #440, Thor (1966) #385 and #489, Hulk (2008) #5-6, What If? (1977) #45, and material from Journey Into Mystery (1952) #112, Incredible Hulk Annual 2001 and Hulk (2008) #26.

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Image: Ultimo Vol. 07 GN  - Viz Media LLC
Ultimo Vol. 07 GN
(Viz Media LLC)

Pure Virtue vs. Vice! Can one survive without corrupting the other?! [(W) Stan Lee, Hiroyuki Takei (A/CA) Hiroyuki Takei]

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Image: Ultimo Vol. 08 GN  - Viz Media LLC
Ultimo Vol. 08 GN
(Viz Media LLC)

Pure Vice vs. Virtue! Can anyone survive without corrupting the other?! [(W) Stan Lee, Hiroyuki Takei (A/CA) Hiroyuki Takei]

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