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In the 1940s, the United States government launched the Civil Defense Corps, "super-heroes" who could fight evildoers and communism. By the '60s, though, those innocent times were long past. Will a racially charged America protect its dream of a better tomorrow or live true to the American Way?
Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld (1983-1984)
Reaching 13 years old is a milestone in life, especially in the case of Amy Winston. Amy discovers many hidden truths about her past, foremost that she is actually Princess Amethyst, who comes from a world much different from her own, the Gemworld, far removed in time and space from planet Earth. Her eventual return to her family will not be without surprises and challenges.
Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld (1985-1986)
Following the adventures Amy Winston who attempts to resume the ordinary life of a 13-year-old on Earth all the while protecting her friends in the jeweled dimension!
rom the pages of BATMAN comes an anti-hero for the masses in this four-issue limited by Alan Grant (BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT) and Norm Breyfogle. Believed dead by Batman, Anarky has been in hiding, achieving a new level of consciousness, as well as honing his body to perfection.
Anarky discovers an extremely powerful threat to all reality! Facing the prospect of battling the most destructive force in the universe alone, he decides to acquire perhaps the most powerful weapon in the universe: Green Lantern's power ring!
In the explosive aftermath of BLOODBATH comes ANIMA. Sixteen-year-old Courtney Mason is the reluctant New Blood adventurer who has a creature of incredible power and unfathomable intent living within her-- a being of violence and vengeance known only as Animus!
Animal Man (2011-2014)
Buddy Baker has gone from "super" man to family man--but is he strong enough to hold his family together when Maxine, his young daughter, starts to manifest her own dangerous powers? Join the Animal Kingdom in this dramatic series from writer Jeff Lemire (SWEET TOOTH) and artist Travel Foreman. This series is rated Teen+.
Aquaman, the King of the Seven Seas, takes the plunge into his very own series. As the King of Atlantis, Aquaman protects not only his people but also all of Earth's oceans from any threat!
Tragedy catapults Aquaman back to Atlantis, where he discovers that ancient talismans are missing. To prevent a grisly war, Aquaman goes undercover, searching exotic, never-seen underwater civilizations!
Aquaman has faced many challenges in his long career, but none greater than this as the undersea kingdom of Atlantis comes under siege by unknown captors and Atlantean mercenaries. Aquaman himself is taken prisoner by these same revolutionaries and now he must save himself as well as the aquatic land of his ancestors!
Aquaman has lost everything he holds dear--his wife, his child, his kingdom--and is now an obsessed man, driven by non-stop super-heroics as the King of the Seven Seas. He's a man who keeps his pain inside, allowing his anger and sorrow to emerge in violent action!
The King of the Seas stars in his very own series written by the legendary Peter David (SUPERGIRL, HULK). Whether on land or in the sea, Aquaman battles against foes with a whole-new look and a whole-new status quo!
In the aftermath of the JLA arc "The Obsidian Age," Aquaman is hated by his former subjects and exiled from the life-giving ocean he once called home. But that doesn't mean his quest to protect the oceans of the world at any cost is over any time soon!
Superstar writer Geoff Johns (GREEN LANTERN) re-teams with artist Ivan Reis (BLACKEST NIGHT) to tell the tale of Justice League founding member Aquaman! But after renouncing the throne of Atlantis, can the former King of the Seas find stability on land?
Black Manta returns, and as Aquaman attempts to broker lasting peace between Atlantis and the surface world, his greatest foe engineers a plan to destroy everything and everyone the undersea hero loves. THEY SAID IT: "I'm excited to draw a vast undersea world with all the visual flourishes of fantasy and science fiction that it affords," says artist Brad Walker. "I've done so much work in outer
Aquaman and the Others
Spinning out of AQUAMAN (2011- ), the King of Atlantis joins forces with the surviving members of his former team--collectively known as the Others--and forms an all-new team of aquatic heroes.
Aquaman Special (1989)
Today he's known as the King of the Seven Seas, but before that, he was Arthur Curry, son of a lighthouse keeper. Go back to those unusual beginnings to reveal the complete inside story of Arthur Curry and the Legend of Aquaman!
Aquaman: A Celebration of 75 Years
CELEBRATE 75 YEARS OF THE KING OF ATLANTIS! Though often overshadowed or overlooked, Aquaman is among the greatest and most enduring characters in the DC Universe. The King of Atlantis is one of the few Golden Age characters to survive into the present day. He's also a founding member of the Justice League, the first DC hero to start a family and soon will star in his own big-screen franchise.
Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis (2006-2007)
Aquaman's quest to protect the oceans of the world at any cost continues!
Aquaman: Time and Tide
The King of the Seas returns in this special limited series by writer Peter David (YOUNG JUSTICE) that takes a look back at the aquatic hero's origins and early career while laying the groundwork for the future!
Arion the Immortal (1992)
He lives on the 13th floor of New York’s Carney Hall Building. He makes a living scamming tourists at three-card monte and chess. Who is he? He’s ARION THE IMMORTAL!
Arion, Lord of Atlantis (1982-1985)
Arion's spirit faces conflict in a mystical realm while his body back on Earth, possessed by an evil spirit, battles his friends Lady Chian and Wynnde in "Star Spawn— Sun Death."
Arkham Asylum: Living Hell
Explore the halls of Arkham Asylum and its bevy of insane inmates through the eyes of its doctors, guards and newest resident, Warren White. Sent to the infamous asylum after a false plea, White learns the meaning of insanity while sharing a home with the Joker, Two-Face, Poison Ivy and more!
Arkham Manor (2014-2015)
Arkham's madness comes home in ARKHAM MANOR! Spinning out of events from BATMAN ETERNAL, Arkham Asylum has been destroyed-necessitating a new place of residence for the crazed inmates within. The only place fit for the job? Wayne Manor!
Arkham Reborn (2009-2010)
Following the Black Mask’s destruction of Arkham Asylum in BATTLE FOR THE COWL, Dr. Jeremiah Arkham has rebuilt the Asylum following the design of his mad Uncle Amadeus. Intended as a model for enlightened treatment of mental illness, the building soon mutates into a torture house.
Armageddon 2001 (1991)
Follow the origin story and 1st appearance of Waverider and Monarch. The story continues in Superman Annual (DC, 1987 series) #3. Featuring Superman, Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Nightwing and many more!
Bridging the gap between seasons 2 and 3 of the hit TV series, Arrow: Season 2.5 follows Oliver Queen’s story as he battles the Church of Blood, with the fate of Starling City hanging in the balance. Featuring an all-star cast of Oliver’s greatest allies and enemies including the Huntress, the Canary, Deathstroke and the Suicide Squad!
Arrow: The Dark Archer (2016)
Set in the world of the hit TV Show ARROW, actor John Barrowman and novelist Carole E. Barrowman pen the stunning, never-before-told origin of Malcolm Merlyn-The Dark Archer! In our first chapter, Malcolm retreats from his duties as Ra's al Ghul to return to his secret research team in South America'only to be met by a figure from his past who's out for vengeance!
From Teen Titan to heroin junkie, Roy Harper's life has taken a dark turn down a deadly path. But now, the former Green Arrow sidekick and Teen Titan must pick up his bow and become the hero he was meant to be. Witness the Rise of Arsenal!
Azrael: Agent of the Bat (1995-2003)
The fallen angel of “KnightsEnd,” Azrael, get's his own ongoing series by Denny O'Neal. Haunted by his disgrace and by nightmarish visions of the true Batman, Jean-Paul Valley wanders the streets until unforeseen circumstances unleash Azrael.