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The Sub-Mariner's royal bearing and tempestuous attitude have made him a lightning rod for action and excitement since day one. The adventures in store for you here - completing the Sub-Mariner's original Marvel Age series - will be no exception to the rule. It begins when Dr. Hydro's human-amphibian hybrids attack Atlantis. Namor wins the day, but his people oppose him after he takes in the outcast army. Then, a nerve gas explosion leaves Namor crippled and unable to defend his realm from Orca and an upstart kingdom. Reed Richards will craft a new costume to help him fight again, but nothing will be able to contain the rage of the Savage Sub-Mariner! Also featuring Tales of Atlantis, a backup feature exploring the legends of Atlantis! Collecting Sub-Mariner (1968) #61-72 and Marvel Spotlight (1971) #27.

SRP: $75.00 Your Price: $63.75

The stories that built the Marvel Universe, from the brilliant minds of legendary creators - now available in an accessible new format the whole family can enjoy! Brought together to fight the Marvel Universe's biggest menaces, Iron Man, Thor, Giant-Man a

SRP: $15.99 Your Price: $13.59

DYNAMITE: Comic Media (1953 Series) Issues #1 - #5 May 1953 - January 1954. Johnny Dynamite created by Pete Morisi was a hard-boiled private detective, known as The Wild Man from Chicago. Good friends with the D.A. but readily accepted by the underworld - he smoked cigarettes constantly, cursed frequently and had a bad habit of getting shot and beaten by his enemies. But always gave as good as he got - he was an experience and persistent detective taking his cases very personally and killed many of his early foes, claiming they were reaching for a weapon. Myra Benz, who had shot him in the eye, was brazenly killed without any true justification beyond his own sense of justice. The other main artist across Comic Media titles was Don Heck, who in 1955 would be recruited by Stan Lee to Atlas Comics, later to become Marvel Comics. Where he became one of the architects of what became known as 'The Marvel Age of Comics,' along with Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and Dick Ayers. So combined Pete and Don make this 1950's five-comic set, today's winner but be warned, stock is limited! You had better get your money ready; they'll go fast - and you do not need Johnny on your tail!

SRP: $62.99 Your Price: $53.56

Hey, it's all here, culture-lovers; walking dead folks (loads of 'em) some of them even sporting their heads- witches, ghosts, werewolves and enough vampires to go into the second-hand dentures business! Every now and again you come across a bevy of four-color frights that seems to have been created just for you. Collects Weird Terror #6-10 (July 1953-March 1954).

SRP: $32.99 Your Price: $28.05

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