His years in the jungle have taught him how to survive anywhere and now the world's smallest superhero, the Atom, is back in an ongoing series! Ray Palmer returns to the United States, leaving behind the South American jungle civilization and its people he had embraced in the Sword of the Atom miniseries. But the America he comes home to is different, and it's all he can do to readjust to the changes.
The Goon is a laugh-out-loud, action-packed romp through the streets of a town infested with zombies. An insane priest is building himself an army of the undead, and there's only one man who can put them in their place: the man they call Goon. "The Goon, in short, is good, and Powell's artwork will leave you drooling like an undead ghoul at a brain buffet."
Erica Seleski, the daughter of scientist/superhero Solar, has inherited all the powers of the Man of the Atom... but she doesn't know how to use them! And thanks to these new, out-of-control abilities, she's been thrown into deep space... where aliens aplenty want to catch her and steal her powers for their own. Welcome to the wildest lost-in-space adventure of all time, courtesy of writer Frank J. Barbiere (Avengers World, Five Ghosts) and artist Jonathan Lau (Kevin Smith's Bionic Man)!
When Ray Palmer catches his wife in the arms of another man, he leaves behind the world of man and enters a realm undreamed of. Shrinking down, the Mighty Mite discovers that the world is a very different place when seen from a different point of view.
The first complete chapter of Jim Starlin's epic saga, collected in one volume, chronicles the adventures of Vanth Dreadstar, last survivor of the destroyed Milky Way Galaxy. Dreadstar finds himself transported to the Empirical Galaxy, where he is recruited by the sorcerer Syzygy Darklock to help bring an end to the 200-year-old war between the corrupt Monarchy and the fanatical Instrumentality.