Collects Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) #1-4, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) #1-4, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005) #1-4, Star Wars: A New Hope - The Special Edition (1997) #1-4, Classic Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1994) #1-2, Classic Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1994) #1-2. The comics adaptations of the complete Star Wars film saga - in one volume! From Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi's fateful encounter with Darth Maul to Luke Skywalker's victory over the Sith and Darth Vader's redemption, it's all here! Produced over the decades as the movies - including the Special Edition of Episode IV: A New Hope - were released, the creative credits read like a Who's Who of comics greatness.
This veinchilling second volume showcases work by some of the best artists to ever work in the comics medium, including Alex Toth, Gray Morrow, Reed Crandall, John Severin, and others. Each archive volume of Creepy is packed with stories (usually up to eight short stories were featured in every issue!) running the gamut of gruesome subject matter, from reimagined horror classics such as The Cask of Amontillado, to spectacularly mindtwisting shorts such as The Thing in the Pit, or the macabre maritime yarn Drink Deep. * This volume collects Creepy #610. "Since the stock is much finer than the authentic newsprint, visually, these pages are better than the originals, with moodly, dark blacks that punctuate the shock endings." Publishers Weekly
Collects Star Wars (1977) #50-67, Star Wars Annual (1979) #2. Discover – or rediscover – these stories written shortly after the release of the motion picture The Empire Strikes Back: Imperial officers plot against Darth Vader, Leia fights alone on a world that has never felt the Empire's threat, Lando Calrissian and Lobot battle to save their beloved Cloud City and many more. It's a big galaxy, and these adventures go far beyond what you saw in the films!
Collects Star Wars (1977) #68-85, Star Wars Annual (1979) #3, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) #1-4. In stories set shortly before and after the galaxy's transition to the New Republic in the Return of the Jedi motion picture, Luke Skywalker and the Rebels battle the oppressive Empire. Join Luke, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Boba Fett, and many more classic-era characters in these tales of daring, action, heroism and friendship!
The comic adaptation of the darkest chapter in George Lucas' original trilogy is remastered for the modern age! As the Imperial Forces regroup from the Death Star's destruction, they target the new Rebel Alliance base on the ice planet Hoth. Will Darth Vader's troops findLuke Skywalker, or will a wampa get Luke first? Meanwhile, feelings run high in the galaxy's greatest love triangle, bounty hunters targetHan Solo, and Jabba the Hutt lies in wait. Luke seeks out the greatJedi Master Yoda on swampy Dagobah, but the Emperor has designs on turning the young Rebel hero. As the battle begins for Skywalker'ssoul, will his fear lead to anger, hate and the dark side? It's all heading to one of the greatest confrontations of all time. Prepare for a grave disturbance in the Force! Collecting STAR WARS (1977) 39–44.
Collects Classic Star Wars (1992) #1-7. From 1981 to 1984, comic book greats Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson turned out a popular series of Star Wars newspaper strips. Featuring the adventures of Luke, Leia, and Han in the time between the first and second movies, these strips were science fiction adventure at its best.
For the first time, the Batman stories from legendary comics writer Archie Goodwin are collected together. Collects stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #437, 438 and 440-443, DETECTIVE COMICS ANNUAL #3, SHOWCASE '95 #11, BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE #1 and 4, BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #132-136, and BATMAN: NIGHT CRIES.
Collects Star Wars (1977) #28-49, Star Wars Annual (1979) #1. Farm boy Luke Skywalker dreamed of going to the stars, only to get more than he ever hoped for when he joined an old Jedi to rescue a princess, aided a galactic rebellion and singlehandedly destroyed deadliest super-weapon ever devised. But Luke's adventures in the film Star Wars: A New Hope were just the beginning. From July 1977 to 1986, Marvel Comics Group published monthly adventures in comics form, keeping alive the excitement and fun of Star Wars for a whole generation as they waited for the next chapter in the film series.
A ZERO HOUR tie-in! On an isolated mountain estate, an obsessed publisher gathers a select group of writers for the purpose of penetrating the psyche of the Batman. But as the writers conjecture on who Batman might be and how he operates, exploring many views of The Dark Knight...a sinister hidden agenda emerges!
Collects Star Wars (1977) #86-107. All your favorite Star Wars characters – Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewie, the droids, and others – are bringing peace to the recently liberated galaxy after Return of the Jedi. Even without the oppressive Empire, the young Republic is finding that there are still troubles to confront, and battles to be won!
Collects Classic Star Wars (1992) #15-20. After the initial euphoria of the Rebel Alliance's first major success - the destruction of the dreaded Imperial battle station known as the Death Star - the Empire began to rally. It had been staggered, but not destroyed. Even Darth Vader still lived, and he sought to avenge himself on the still-ragtag forces of the Rebel Alliance. This is the story of how Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca, and the droids graduated from the triumphal reception at the conclusion of Star Wars: A New Hope to their new lives as hardbitten guerrillas fighting against the tyrannies of a still-dangerous Empire in The Empire Strikes Back.
Collects Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End (1980) #1-3. Adapting Brian Daley's classic novel! For fans of the film -- fans of all ages -- this is one worth waiting for. Searching the galaxy for a rogue shipbuilder to repair the Millenium Falcon, Han Solo and Chewbacca battle fierce enemies and travel to the desolate asteroid known as Stars' End, a planetary prison.
Luke Cage burst onto the comics scene in 1972 as the "Hero for Hire." Equal parts Marvel Method and Blaxploitation boldness, he was a new kind of hero for a new era. Now, the Marvel Masterworks proudly presents the complete Luke Cage, Hero for Hire - the historic first title to headline an African-American super hero - in one hardcover volume! Cage's adventures depicted New York City's 1970s grit and the plight of its people unlike any other, all while incorporating larger-than-life villains including Black Mariah and Dr. Doom. COLLECTING: Luke Cage, Hero for Hire (1972) 1-16
Making a lasting mark on comics as the co-creator of Spider-Man, Steve Ditko veered away from the mainstream and into darker territories at the end of the sixties, especially with his work in Creepy and Eerie! Warring wizards, paranoid goons, persistent heroes, and otherworldly domains dominate the diverse tales in this handsome collection-with fifteen of the sixteen stories written by fellow comics icon Archie Goodwin. * New introduction by Mark Evanier!
More classic stories of Vampirella and other femme fatales in complete reprints from issue 8-14 of the original Vampirella Magazine series. A rogue's gallery of creators are on board in these classic tales faithfully collected and brought to you by Dynamite Entertainment. Archie Goodwin begins writing the tales of Vampirella and evolves the heroine to a new, more sophisticated level of depth into is what to become the most treasured Vampirella stories of all time. Contributing to Archie's storylines and the quintessential look of Vampirella was the art of Jose Gonzalez, which kicks off in this very collection with 'Death's Dark Angel.' It hardly ends there with classic short stories from the likes of Neal Adams, Wally Wood, Barry Windsor Smith, Jeff Jones, Denny O'Neil, Steve Englehart, Dave Cockrum, Frank Brunner, Esteban Maroto and more! All encased in a beautiful bound volume with a cover by master artist Sanjulian. Volume 2 collects 7 more terrifying issues of the magazine's original run, issues 8-14.
Collects Classic Star Wars (1992) #8-14. There was no peace for the crew members of the Millennium Falcon between Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back! Follow their adventures as they plunge head-first into an underwater hunt that leads to a demonsquid, a treasonous and plotting Kraaken, a ferocious night beast, lost power gems, stranded Calamarians, and giant sea worms! Will the depths of the oceans spell defeat for the Rebels, or will they emerge victorious?
Hot summer nights make for the very best frights, right here in good ol' _Creepy Comics_! Featuring spooky sequential storytelling from such graphic greats as Jeff Parker, Vera Greentea, and Sandy Jarrellplus another _Creepy_ classic from the vile vault! You'll be sweating with sickening satisfaction! * Featuring a story from _Batman '66_ team Jeff Parker and Sandy Jarrell! * Beautiful and haunting cover by Juli��n Totino Tedesco! * Winner of the Ghastly Award for Best Anthology!
New terror from legendary artist Richard Corben reveals that six feet of soil can't keep a good man down! John Arcudi (_B.P.R.D._) and Julian Totino Tedesco (_Uncanny X-Force_) explore the aftermath of a deadly plane crash in the ghastly "Pack Leader." And join Ron Marz and Richard P. Clark for a delightfully twisted fairytale! New story written and drawn by Richard Corben (_Ragemoor_)! Creepy Family strips from Peter Bagge (_Hate_)!
The abominable anthology turns unsweet thirteen! Cullen Bunn (_The Sixth Gun_) and Tyler Crook (_B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth_) celebrate crossroads mishaps, Josh Simmons (_The Furry Trap_) and Dean Haspiel (_Billy Dogma_) reveal a small town's twisted secrets, John Habermas and D.W. Frydendall unearth a grizzly bonanza, and Dan Braun and Lukas Ketner (_Witch Doctor_) ride a subway to hell! Don't push your luckread Creepy! Glorious black-and-white art from Dean Haspiel (_Billy Dogma_), Lukas Ketner (_Witch Doctor_), and Tyler Crook (_B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth_)! Frontispiece from Matt Wagner! Superstitious tales of the Creepy family from Peter Bagge and Dan Braun! Includes a classic _Creepy_ chronicle from contemptibly crackerjack creators Archie Goodwin and Reed Crandall!
_Eerie_ returns with two new tales of science gone amok, plus a classic from the dungeon! Mike Allred (_iZombie_, _Madman_) embellishes Damon Gentry's ("The Horror Robber") tale of communication breakdown between us and "Our Friend the Ant," Brian Clevinger (_Atomic Robo_) and Evan Shaner (_Buddy Cops_) warn of aliens' most insidious invasion plan yet! Mike Allred returns to Dark Horse! Presented in glorious, ghoulish black and white!
The terror continues in the fear-fraught twelfth volume of Vampirella Archives! This collection revisits some of the finest tales of horror hostess Vampirella ever seen in the Warren Publishing library, plus a delightfully devilish selection of the era's best horror and science fiction stories. With space pirates, mermaids, bloodsuckers, and renegade wizards running amok within these pages, fearless readers will thrill to the creative talents of such horror luminaries as Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Jose Gonzalez, Bill DuBay, and many more. This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #80-88, and features a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the "Feary Tales" feature on urban legends, the monthly "Scarlet Letters" column, "Vampi's Vault" of creator biographies and literary reviews, and intact vintage advertisements.
Written by Archie Goodwin and drawn by such luminaries as Frank Frazetta, Wally Wood, John Severin, Alex Toth, Al Williamson, Russ Heath, Reed Crandall, and Gene Colan, Blazing Combat was originally published by independent comics publisher James Warren in 1965 and ’66. Following in the tradition of Harvey Kurtzman’s Two-Fisted Tales and Frontline Combat, Goodwin’s stories reflected the human realities and personal costs of war rather than exploiting the cliche´s of the traditional men’s adventure genre. They were among the best comics stories about war ever published.
Cousin Eerie is plumbing the depths of disgustingness while voyaging through the spooky stratosphere! Join J. Torres, Larry Hama, Alexander Perkins, and others, as they seek out loathsome life and sickening civilizations, boldly going where no horror comic has gone before! A lesson in how to do a good old fashioned horror short properly. It has everything you need.� Geeked Out Nation
Behold the tome of spine-chilling terror and mind-blowing fantasy to haunt your dreams at night... the fourteenth volume of Vampirella Archives! Explore the hidden vaults of the Warren Publishing library with horror hostess extraordinaire Vampirella, thrilling to some of her finest (and most fear-fraught) adventures from yesteryear, plus an intoxicating selection of the era's best horror and science fiction stories. As you face Haitian Voodoo and star beasts, zombie hordes and the Blood Red Queen, you'll witness the storytelling magic of such luminaries as Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Auraleon, Jose Ortiz, Rich Margopoulos, and many more. This edition of Vampirella Archives collects Vampirella Magazine #97-103, and features a wealth of bonus materials from a bygone era, including the "Feary Tales" feature on urban legends, the monthly "Scarlet Letters" column, "Vampi's Vault" of creator biographies and literary reviews, and intact vintage advertisements.
Celebrate the extraordinary work of Jose Gonzalez, an unparalleled master of horror illustration, with this gorgeous hardcover collection, presenting for the first time actual storyboard artwork spanning his years as the preeminent Vampirella artist! Eleven captivating and creepy tales appear in their entirety, stories ranging over ten years from Vampirella Magazine #15 (January 1972) to issue #112 (March 1983). Scanned in high-resolution color and printed at original size, Jose Gonzalez