In this Elseworlds tale the Dark Knight Detective matches wits and brawn against one of the most dangerous adversaries in literature. A plague of the undead is sweeping across the city and the police are powerless to stop it. Dracula has come to Gotham, and the streets will run red with the blood of its citizens unless Batman can find a way to defeat this legendary foe.
Creepy Comics Volume 1 gathers all of the new material from the first two years of Dark Horse's celebrated new Creepy series and collects it into one gargantuan book! This 184-page monstrosity features a spellbinding assortment of gory stories about all your favorite terror-inducing topics, including cannibals, lurking demons, werewolves, zombies, and psychotic murderers, illustrated in glorious black and white, following the great tradition of classic Creepy, with twenty bonus pages in full color!
Collects Werewolf by Night (1972) #32-33; Marvel Spotlight (1971) #28-29; Defenders (1972) #47-50; Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #22-23; Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #52; Moon Knight (1980) #1-4; material from Hulk Magazine #11-15, #17-18, #20; material from Marvel Preview #21 (Moon Knight Epic Collection Vol. 1).
Ghosts, werewolves and things that go crazy in the night! Marvel's multiple-personality midnight marauder takes the fight to the strangest rogues' gallery in all of comics- from Arsenal, the one-man army, to the nun with a crossbow known as Stained Glass Scarlet. The Jester is no joke, for either Moon Knight or Daredevil. Then there's Morpheus, who's guaranteed to give you sleepless nights. But the old foes are the worst: enemies like Midnight Man and Bushman, who have returned to plague Marc Spector. Or is he Steven Grant? Jake Lockley? As always with Moon Knight, the voices inside his head can be as destructive as the lunatics trying to kill him! Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz hit full stride in a super-hero comic like no other! Collecting Moon Knight (1980) #5-23.
In Elseworlds, heroes are taken from their usual settings and put into strange times and places—some that have existed, or might have existed, and others that can’t, couldn’t or shouldn’t exist. The result: stories that make characters who are as familiar as yesterday seem as fresh as tomorrow. Gotham City is caught in a vortex of corruption and decay, and those who feed on blood and despair are about to suck any remaining life from her dying veins. All that stands against them is the Batman, their legendary companion in the darkness, the last line of defense between the innocent and the screaming chaos of mindless appetite. To combat this primeval threat, however, the Dark Knight must give up everything he holds dear, including life itself—for death is only the first step toward the final reckoning between good and evil. Written by Doug Moench and illustrated in full gothic glory by Kelley Jones, John Beatty and Malcolm Jones III, ELSEWORLDS: BATMAN VOL. 2 gives free rein to the darker side of the World’s Greatest Detective, collecting BATMAN & DRACULA: RED RAIN, BATMAN: BLOODSTORM and BATMAN: CRIMSON MIST.
Set in the same time as Frank Miller's seminal BATMAN: YEAR ONE storyline, a rookie Dark Knight must confront the sinister Dr Hugo Strange, a man with a deadly secret, out to stop and, if necessary, kill the Batman. Who is the bloodthirsty Night Scourge, how does he link in with the police department, and where exactly does the mysterious Catwoman fit into all this? Legendary Bat-scribe Doug Moench and artist Paul Gulacy unleash one of the most popular Batman tales of all time in BATMAN: PREY. This volume collects LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #11-15 and #137-141.
The Marvel Masterworks once again presents Captain Marvel -- and this volume completes his adventures! From the epic Battle of Titan to the all-time classic Death of Captain Marvel, you can now experience every page of his cosmic quest in painstakingly restored hardcover editions. The action begins with a plan set in motion by Thanos' death. The worldwide computer ISAAC has taken control of Titan in Thanos' name. To overcome the Mad Titan's threat, Captain Marvel and Drax the Destroyer must fight a war on two fronts spanning the solar system. Art turns by Steve Ditko and Frank Miller -- in one of his first Marvel stories -- plus a rare tale held over for years set the stage for Jim Starlin's touching farewell to Mar-Vell. COLLECTING: CAPTAIN MARVEL (1968) #58-62; MARVEL SPOTLIGHT (1979) #1-4, 8; MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL (1982) #1; MARVEL SUPERHEROES (1990) #3.
BATMAN ARKHAM: KILLER CROC collects some of the villain's greatest stories by some of the industry's greatest creators, including Gerry Conway (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA), Chuck Dixon (NIGHTWING), Doug Moench (THE SPECTRE), Kelley Jones (DEADMAN), Norm Breyfogle (DETECTIVE COMICS), Dan Jurgens (SUPERMAN) and many more! Waylon Jones was born with a rare medical condition that caused his skin to become scaly and his appearance to develop progressively into that of a crocodile. Forced to wrestle alligators in a carnival, Waylon decided that if society declared him a freak, he would succumb to his savage nature and become Killer Croc. Known for his brutal strength and fearsome rage, Killer Croc has been one of BatmanÕs most physically formidable foes. When facing Croc, the Dark Knight isnÕt just dealing with madness: heÕs fighting a creature who is more beast than man. But Killer Croc will stop at nothing to defeat (or consume) his prey! Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #525, #660 and #808-810; BATMAN #358, #359, #471, #489, #512, #521 and #522; BATMAN AND ROBIN #23.4; JOKERÕS ASYLUM KILLER CROC #1; and BATMAN CHRONICLES #3.
The complete BATMAN: CONTAGION storyline is available for the first time ever, along with chapters that lead into the thrilling confrontation with the mastermind behind the outbreak in BATMAN: LEGACY. A mysterious and lethal virus is unleashed on the unknowing inhabitants of Gotham City, causing excruciating pain-and ultimately death-within 48 hours of contact. Batman, Robin and Nightwing must race to contain the chaos while finding a cure-with the help of unlikely allies Azrael, Huntress, Catwoman and Poison Ivy. But can the Dark Knight and his team of vigilantes stop an invisible enemy? And what happens when one of them is infected? Collects AZRAEL 15-16, BATMAN 529, BATMAN CHRONICLES 4, BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT 48-49, CATWOMAN 31-35, DETECTIVE COMICS 695-696 and ROBIN 27-30.
The iconic Batman villainÕs greatest stories from the past 60 years are collected here for the first time ever! Featuring work from legendary creators, including Peter J. Tomasi (BATMAN AND ROBIN), Doug Moench (SPECTRE), Gardner Fox (FLASH), Bill Finger (DETECTIVE COMICS), Kelley Jones (SWAMP THING), Gene Colan (NIGHT FORCE) and many more! Professor Jonathan Crane has always been obsessed with one thing: fear. Using his twisted experiments to discover peopleÕs darkest phobias, he has become one of the Dark KnightÕs deadliest foes. When the Scarecrow decides to commit a crime, the main motivation isnÕt money or revenge-itÕs to learn his victimÕs greatest fear and use it to further his own twisted agenda. In their showdowns, the Caped Crusader must contend not only with the Scarecrow, but his own hidden fears! Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #23.3, #73, #389, #486, #540; BATMAN #189, #296, #373, #523, #524; BATMAN ANNUAL #19; WORLDÕS FINEST #3 and JOKERÕS ASYLUM: SCARECROW #1
For the first time ever, BatmanÕs Elseworlds tales are featured in a new graphic novel collection. In Elseworlds, heroes are taken from their usual settings and put into strange times and places-some that have existed, or might have existed; and others that canÕt, couldnÕt or shouldnÕt exist. The result: stories that make characters who are as familiar as yesterday seem as fresh as tomorrow. Featuring Batman as a holy priest, Harry Houdini alongside the Dark Knight, Dr. Wayne reanimating a Frankenstein-like Bat-Man, Batman as a Green Lantern, a supernatural Bat-Man fighting the evil wizard known as the Dark Joker, a future Robin fighting off an alien invasion, and other tales! Collects BATMAN: HOLY TERROR, BATMAN: THE BLUE, THE GREY, AND THE BAT, ROBIN 3000 #1-2, BATMAN/DARK JOKER: THE WILD, BATMAN/HOUDINI: THE DEVILÕS WORKSHOP, BATMAN: CASTLE OF THE BAT, BATMAN: IN DARKEST KNIGHT and BATMAN: DARK ALLEGIANCES!
Collects Marvel Preview #4, 11, 14-15, 18 (Star-Lord stories); Marvel Super Special #10 (Star-Lord story); Marvel Spotlight (1979) #6-7; Marvel Premiere #61; Star-Lord (1996) #1-3. Star-Lord's sensational seventies sci-fi sagas are collected in one volume! After aliens killed Peter Quill's mother, he became an astronaut, hoping to find the killers and take revenge...until a fateful encounter with the Master of the Sun unlocked Quill's true destiny! Now, as the intergalactic policeman Star-Lord, Quill faces alien slavers, space pirates, world-destroying ships, ancient space arks, vengeful beast-men, winged cloud-riders, symbiotic planetoids and more!
Prodigal part 1! Bruce Wayne has once again relinquished the role of the Dark Knight. Now a new Batman must show he is up to the task as his first adventure pits him against Killer Croc, who is again on the loose and plotting revenge against a Batman he's never met! Continued in BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #32.
Knightsend part 1! Bruce Wayne turns to his old foe, Lady Shiva, for help in retraining. Meanwhile, moving in on an arms dealer, Batman discovers that the perpetrator might actually be an old and deadly enemy of the Order of St. Dumas. Continued in BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #29.
Collecting Moon Knight (2016) #6-9, Moon Knight (1980) #2. Meet the many men inside Moon Knight's head as the focus shifts to his various incarnations! Marc Spector broke his body to escape the prison Khonshu built for his mind...but what if he's still trapped? Steven Grant awoke in New York City, ready to produce Marvel's next box-office smash - is he losing his mind, or will Moon Knight: The Movie be a blockbuster? And Jake Lockley is under arrest for murder! With the world calling on him to protect those who travel at night, Marc is losing control. The muddled mind of Moon Knight is reaching its limit!
A ZERO HOUR tie-in! Bruce Wayne remembers how his parents' violent deaths at the hands of a two-bit gunman drove him to become the Dark Knight of Gotham City, and hints of a never-before revealed dark episode in Batman's early career are exposed. Continued in BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT #0.
Hugo Strange has won. Batman cowers in a fetal position in the darkest reaches of the Batcave. He faced his nightmares...and came away beaten in mind and body. Who will stop Night Scourge's rampage? Will Strange reveal Bruce Wayne's secret? Find out in the final chapter of "Prey"!