The Pale Horseman makes his deadly debut! But is he a villain or the Dark Age's purest hero? Plus, Charles and Royal confront their parents' killer in Las Vegas, only to see matters take a strange and dangerous new path.
The secrets of the Apollo Eleven! The inner workings of P.Y.R.A.M.I.D.! An assault on the First Family! The return of the Silver Agent! A game of Jarts! Charles and Royal get dragged deeper and deeper into the darkness and turmoil of Astro City in the early 1980s-only to come face-to-face with the cosmic threat of the Incarnate.
In the wake of a global catastrophe during the early '70s, two brothers deal with family secrets and social upheaval, involving heroes from Jack-in-the-Box to the Blue Knight, newcomers like Apollo Eleven, and the unsettling events leading to the final fate of the Silver Agent.
Dark Horse’s critically acclaimed Conan, now available in an affordable, value-priced omnibus!
Showcasing the conclusion of writer Kurt Busiek and artist Cary Nord’s groundbreaking work on the series, plus the inaugurations of fan favorites Timothy Truman and Tomás Giorello, this volume includes adaptations of “The Tower of the Elephant,” “The Hall of the Dead,” and “Rogues in the House.” Witness the Cimmerian navigating some of the darkest corners of his world, from ancient haunted ruins to the seedy alleys of Zamora—the infamous City of Thieves—and confronting corrupt officials, grotesque monsters, and mind-bending horror. Also featured is a special guest appearance by renowned illustrator Michael Wm. Kaluta, and a three-issue story arc penned by Hellboy creator and comics legend Mike Mignola!
What's in a name? Everything, if you share it with the Man of Steel!- SUPERMAN: SECRET IDENTITY is a 208-page trade paperback collecting the critically lauded 4-issue miniseries written by Kurt Busiek (JLA/AVENGERS, ASTRO CITY) with art by Stuart Immonen (SUPERMAN: END OF THE CENTURY, THOR). Set in the real world, SECRET IDENTITY examines the life of a young Kansas man with the unfortunate name of Clark Kent.All Clark wants is to be a writer, but his daily life is filled with the taunts and jibes of his peers, comparing him to that other Clark Kent - the one with super-powers. Until one day when Clark awakens to discover that he can fly...that he does in fact have super-strength! But where did these powers come from? And what's he going to do about it?
Up, Up, And Away part 4, continued from SUPERMAN #651. Deep underground, Lex Luthor and Toyman set into motion their villainous scheme--all at the expense of the Kryptonite Man. Meanwhile, Neutron and Radion strike at an unsuspecting Clark Kent! Continued in SUPERMAN #652.
Up, Up, And Away part 2, continued from SUPERMAN #650. Clark Kent: Superman no more! After a shocking revelation, Clark Kent recovers from his encounter with Lex Luthor. Guest-starring Green Lantern and Hawkgirl! Continued in SUPERMAN #651.
The European country of Slorenia is dead. Every man, woman, and child eliminated with the cold precision of a machine. And out of the flaming remnants of this tiny Baltic state comes a message from its murderer: Mankind's days are numbered because Ultron has returned! He - or it - is one of the Avengers' oldest, most implacable foes, menacing humanity countless times. But never before has Ultron been this dangerous, this deadly. Now, he stands on the brink of committing global genocide, and rebuilding Earth in his own robotic images. Our only hope is a desperate U.N. strike on Slorenia, led by the Avengers themselves. But will it be in time? Will the strength and courage of Earth's Mightiest Heroes be enough in the face of such overwhelming evil? For the sake of the world, it will have to be! Plus: When you're an Avenger, you're one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes - the first line of defense against the dangers no conventional foe could halt, the threats no ordinary man could withstand. Threats including Dominex, Lord Templar, Pagan, and the Thunderbolts! Collects Avengers #12-22, #0 and Annual 1999.
The critically acclaimed and award-winning creative team behind the runaway-hit revival are back with a brand new adaptation of one of Conan creator Robert E. Howard's best-known tales. Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek and artists Cary Nord and Dave Stewart render the glorious suspense of Howard's beloved "The God in the Bowl" in all its terrifying detail, as well as introducing not only Conan's most famed adversary, Thoth-amon, but a new female foil to Conan's exploits-Janissa the Widowmaker, bound by a pact to a witch who has sinister plans for Conan. Collecting issues #7, #9-#14 of the Dark Horse series. * "Writer Kurt Busiek treats him with the dignified respect due as one of the towering figures in fantasy literature ... it feels like historians unearthed a vibrant, bloody tapestry. These are, once again, the days of high adventure."-Entertainment Weekly * "Conan is an action-packed spectacle, a barbarian blockbuster with a brain, and an epic as intelligent as it is visually stunning."-Wizard Magazine
Up, Up, And Away part 3, continued from ACTION COMICS #837. The Man of Steel mulls over an incredible offer--with incredible ramifications--from Green Lantern. Meanwhile, someone breaks one of Superman's deadliest villains out of prison while another threat from his Rogues Gallery forms an unlikely alliance! Continued in ACTION COMICS #838.
The Hero Initiative provides help when comic book creators are in need, it's as simple as that. This volume presents an all-star line-up of incredible comic book talent who have come together, donating their time and considerable talents for a good cause. Now, you can do your partÑbuy this book and help the Hero Initiative continue its noble work! Featuring dozens of great writers and artists, and many of your favorite series, like American Flagg!, Chew, The Maxx, Jon Sable, Red Star, as well as original concepts, as well as an astounding selection of short ''Heroes In Action'' stories by more than a dozen creators telling their own firsthand experiences with the Hero Initiative when they needed a helping hand, including Gene Colan, Stan Goldberg, Ralph Reese, and more.
In this critically acclaimed work from writer Kurt Busiek (ASTRO CITY) and artist Stuart Immonen (Ultimate X-Men), an alternate ÒClark KentÓ encounters complications the real Superman never had to handle: a career, a wife, children-a real life. Despite his iconic name, Clark Kent from Picketsville, Kansas, is just a normal kid whose parents thought they were being clever. He canÕt fly, or see through walls, or shrug off speeding bullets-that is, until the day he can. And itÕs all much harder than it looks in the comics. Follow Clark across the decades as this man with powers tries to prove he can make the world a safer place without sacrificing everything. Collects SUPERMAN: SECRET IDENTITY #1-4
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