Marvel Masterworks: The Sub-Mariner Volume 6
The Lady Dorma is dead, and the Sub-Mariner is on a rampage that will leave a swath of destruction across the surface world! But in his pursuit of vengeance, Namor learns that his father - the long thought dead Capt. Leonard MacKenzie - is still alive! In the quest to find his father, Namor will cross paths with Spider-Man, Daredevil and the Human Torch before he faces a gathering of his greatest enemies - Llyra, Tiger Shark and Sting-Ray - while his father's life hangs in the balance! If that's not enough, next three of the Marvel Universe's fiercest personalities - Namor, Dr. Doom and M.O.D.O.K. - battle each other for the Cosmic Cube! With art by the great Gene Colan, need we say more? Reserve your copy today!
COLLECTING: Sub-Mariner (1968) 39-49; Daredevil (1964) 77
Creepy Archives Volume 21
Creepy Archives, the quintessential horror anthology, continues to deliver a multitude of monstrous plights and terrifying twist endings! This deluxe hardcover collects issues #99 to #103 of the influential Warren Publishing series and includes all original letters columns, color sections, and text pieces--along with a new foreword by José Villarrubia! Within these pages you'll shriek in fright as you witness the destruction of our planet, terrors arising from the ocean's depths, and hideous creatures and criminals lurking after every page turn! Contributors include timeless titans Bruce Jones, Richard Corben, Russ Heath, John Severin, Len Wein, and many others!
Marvel Masterworks: The Mighty Thor Volume 1 (New Printing)
The Marvel Masterworks proudly present the beginning of the greatest saga of myth and adventure to ever grace the comic book page - the saga of the Mighty Thor! Vacationing in Norway, Dr. Donald Blake discovered a strange, gnarled cane. Upon striking it, a shower of lightning rained down and the hobbled doctor found himself transformed into Thor, God of Thunder! In these pages you'll journey across the Rainbow Bridge to Asgard and meet Odin, Heimdall, Balder, and Thor's half-brother Loki for the first time! In addition to Thor's epic battles, the ancient origins of Asgard are revealed in "Tales of Asgard" as only Stan Lee and Jack Kirby could present them. They're Marvel Masterworks of the highest order!
COLLECTING: Journey Into Mystery 83-100
Oz: The Emerald City of Oz
The Eisner Award-winning creative team of Eric Shanower and Skottie Young bring you the best Oz series yet! Uncle Henry can't pay the mortgage, so he, Aunt Em and Dorothy must leave their Kansas home. Where can they go? To the Land of Oz, of course! Dorothy and the Wizard take Em and Henry on a grand tour, discovering knowledge pills and living paper dolls, solving living puzzles, suffering abuse from living kitchen utensils and drooling over living baked goods - but will anyone in Oz be left living after the Nomes attack, allied with the highly disagreeable Growleywogs? And when General Guph persuades the most evil race alive - the shape-shift ing Phanfasms of Mt. Phantastico-to join the Nome Army, have the Nomes bitt en off more than they can chew?
Prince Valiant Vol. 10: 1955-1956 (Vol. 10)
Aleta is kidnapped and Val fights famine in the latest collection of the King Arthur-inspired newspaper strip.
Our tenth volume finds our band of heroes making their way back to the Kingdom of Thule by way of Constantinople and Eastern Russia. Soon they are attacked by a tribe of barbarians who kidnap Aleta for the great Dragada Khan who wants to make her one of his wives. After nearly being killed in battle, Valiant returns to his homeland only to find the threat of hunger hovers over Thule. As Val explores new ways of feeding the kingdom’s growing populace, raiders threaten the lives of his family and friends. The volume ends with Val’s return to Camelot, a tournament of champions, and the threat of new treachery in Cornwall. This volume also includes an introduction by legendary comics artist Timothy Truman, and a special gallery containing more of Hal Foster’s incredible Mountie paintings annotated by comics historian Brian M. Kane. Full color.