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Green Lantern has always been a fan-favorite character, and now the power ring-wearing hero is celebrating his 75th anniversary! To celebrate, DC Comics is proud to present this new hardcover anthology that features some of the most well known artists, writers and stories from Green Lantern's rich 75 year history.
Drawn by two of the true great comic book legends, Jack Kirby and Gil Kane, this is a facsimile collection of a 'long-lost', unpublished legendary comic book based on the cult classic 1967 British TV show, The Prisoner, co-created, written, directed and starring Patrick McGoohan (Scanners, Braveheart).
The deaths that still shape the Spider-verse During the early
1970s, a pair of plotlines changed comic-book mortality forever.
Shock followed shock when Spider-Man lost a friend, a lover and an
enemy in a dynamic drama that stunned readers as no comic deaths
had before and few have since
In the Silver Age of Comics, space was the place, and this book summarizes, critiques and lovingly recalls the classic DC Comics science-fiction series edited by Julius Schwartz and written by Gardner Fox and John Broome! The pages of DC's science-fiction magazines of the 1960s, Strange Adventures and Mystery In Space, are opened for you, including story-by-story reviews of complete series! Writer/editor Mike W. Barr tells you which series crossed over with each other, behind-the-scenes secrets, including writer and artist credits for every story! Features rare art by Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, Gil Kane, Sid Greene, Mike Sekowsky, and many others, plus a glorious new cover by Alan Davis and Paul Neary!
The classic 1970s science-fiction newspaper strip predates Star Wars-and nearly 40 years after its debut, Star Hawks remains fresh and exciting for new generations of sci-fi and fantasy fans. This second of three volumes reprints more than 300 strips in a unique two-tier format, seven days a week. The Library of American Comics edition reproduces each strip on its own page so readers can relish Gil Kane's incredible achievement. Included are all strips from August 11, 1978 - June 10, 1979. Star Hawks takes place in the "Barnum System" that Ron Goulart used in several of his novels.
The classic 1970s science fiction newspaper strip created by Ron Goulart and Gil Kane is coming back in a big way. The only comic strip to be produced in a two-tier format, the Library of American Comics edition will reproduce each strip on its own page so readers can relish Kane's incredible achievement. Nearly 40 years after its debut, Star Hawks still looks fresh and exciting. This first of three volumes reprints more than 300 double-sized strips and includes an introduction by Ron Goulart.
by Gil Kane & Ron Goulart First premiering in national newspaper syndication in 1977, Star Hawks combined the talents of renowned science-fiction writer Ron Goulart and famed comic artist Gil Kane. Star Hawks: The Complete Series collects all 1,244 original black-and-white daily and full-color Sunday strips of this action-packed sci-fi classic, reprinted in continuity, complete with a comprehensive essay by Ron Goulart, plus numerous examples of original artwork showcasing Gil Kane's composition methods. Available in both softcover and hardcover editions, with the hardcover edition featuring special endpapers, a deluxe dustjacket, and an original plate signed and numbered by Ron Goulart.
Reprints the first three sold-out issues of the magazine, plus over 45 new pages of features and art, including: An unpublished story by Jack Kirby, an interview with Neal Adams about his Superman vs. Muhammad Ali book (including unused art), unpublished art by Bernie Wrightson, an unused story by Jeff Jones, an extensive new interview with Alan Weiss, and more! Experience DC Comics from 1967-74 through interviews with and unpublished art by Neal Adams, Carmine Infantino, Dick Giordano, Jack Kirby, Joe Kubert, and others! Relive Marvel's 1970s Second Wave with Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Gil Kane, Barry Windsor-Smith, Jim Starlin, and others! Delight at exhaustive coverage of Neal Adams' Marvel Years (including plenty of rare Adams art).
There's no doubting that Peter Parker has never had it easy. When he's facing a gauntlet of ne'erdo-wells the likes of the Molten Man, Morbius and Man-Wolf just for starters, then you know that the Parker luck is in full effect-and you're in store for some top-notch Spider-Man adventures Exhibit A: Teetering on the edge of sanity since the death of his father (a.k.a. the Green Goblin), Harry Osborn goes off the deep end and takes up the mantle of Spidey's nemesis.COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 132-142, GIANT-SIZE SUPER-HEROES 1, MARVEL TREASURY EDITION 1
On October 3, 1977, Star Hawks premiered and introduced newspaper readers to the best science fiction/action comic strip in the last thirty years. Star Hawks combined the talents of renowned science fiction writer Ron Goulart and famed comic artist Gil Kane. The strip also introduced a two-tiered format to daily newspaper comic strips. Each daily installment of Star Hawks had the look and feel of a Sunday strip. The strip ran for three-and-half years and has never been reprinted in its entirety. This book will reprint the entire continuity of 1,244 strips together with all of the Sunday strips. All the Sunday strips will be presented in full color. The book has an introduction by Ron Goulart together with a comprehensive essay about Star Hawks. Numerous examples of original artwork used in the strip are also used to explain Gil Kane's composition methods.
Written by Dennis O'Neil, Alan Moore, Geoff Johns and others Art by Martin Nodell, Irwin Hasen, Gil Kane, Neal Adams and others Cover by Alex Ross The greatest adventures of the Emerald Gladiator, collected in one volume! Thrill to the exploits of several Green Lanterns in stories from GREEN LANTERN ('40s) #1; ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #89; GREEN LANTERN ('60s-70s) #1, 9, 87, 172; SUPERMAN #257, TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #3, GREEN LANTERN ('90s) #3, 0; GREEN LANTERN: MOSAIC #5; GREEN LANTERN GALLERY and GREEN LANTERN SECRET FILES 2005.
The most famous of all the Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan put on the Lantern's ring for the first time in 1959. Reinvented from the original 1940s crime-fighting Green Lantern by John Broome, this new Green Lantern was a science-fiction adventurer. He battled aliens, giant monsters and wealthy sociopaths out to steal his ring, and fended off the efforts of his love, Carol Ferris, to discover his true identity. As the Green Lantern of the Silver Age of comic books, Hal Jordan captured the imagination of a space-minded society of the '50s and '60s. GREEN LANTERN: THE SILVER AGE VOLUME 2 collects the adventures of Hal Jordan as he takes on the responsibility of the ring and the lantern in GREEN LANTERN #10-22.
Relive the magic and majesty of Jurassic Park in this re-presentation of the 1993 series from Topps. Adapted to the comics page by Walter Simonson, with art by Gil Kane and George Perez, Michael Crighton's best-selling, genre-expanding story comes to vivid life in this 4-issue collection.
Do you dare to enter...the House of Mystery? This 552-page black-and-white value-priced trade paperback collects 22 classic issues and a wealth of early art from macabre masters Bernie Wrightson, Neal Adams, Gil Kane and Alex Toth, as well as the grim gags of Sergio Aragones and the storytelling talents of Len Wein, Robert Kanigher and Gerry Conway, among many others!
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