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Adventure Into Fear (1970-1975)
Marvel's supernatural and horror corner is brought to light with the introduction of terrors and oddoties including Man-Thing and Howard the Duck!
Born into affluence, Bruce Wayne was fundamentally changed the night his parents were murdered before his eyes. From that day on, Bruce trained his mind and body beyond peak human perfection to become Batman--a symbol of terror, striking at the hearts of criminals and villains across the globe.
Batman Family (1975-1978)
Featuring the members of the Batman family-Batgirl, Robin, and more-in solo and team-up adventures through Gotham City as they take on the Dark Knight's darkest enemies!
The Brave and the Bold (1955-1983)
Featuring characters old and new and some of the most bizarre, and oft times inspiring team-ups from across the DC Universe! Batman and the Atom! The Justice League of America! The Teen Titans! They are the heroes of the DC Universe. They are the BRAVE AND THE BOLD!
Captain America (1968-1996)
Terrorists have holed up inside the Lincoln Memorial. Their demands don't include getaways or money - they simply want Captain America. And if their demands aren't met, they'll blow themselves up, along with everyone inside the memorial!
Captain America: Patriot (2010)
When Captain America dies, the USA turns to Jeff Mace to be the next Captain America! This is the story of a man who was a great Patriot, and his determination to be something more. His attempt to be not just a hero, but a symbol. His struggle to show he has what it takes to be Captain America!
Captain America: Peggy Carter, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Marvel's Agent Carter makes the leap from the movies to the small screen this winter -- and Marvel has you covered with this essential look at Peggy's espionage career!
Captain America: The Legacy Of Captain America
Collects Captain America Comics (1941) #1, What If? (1977) #4, Captain America (1968) #155 And #333, Captain America (2004) #34 and material From Captain America (1968) #178-183. Captain America - a hero for the ages, no matter who's behind the mask! In 1941, watch as Cap and Bucky take on the Red Skull for the first time! Learn the secrets of the men who wore the mask after Cap died! In 1987,
The origin of Daredevil, The Man Without Fear! Matt Murdock is blinded but gains super power abilities he uses to patrol Hell's Kitchen.
Collects Material from Marvel Mystery Comics #7-10; Human Torch Comics #5B, 8, 10. Celebrate 80 years of Marvel Comics, decade by decade — beginning with the first two superstars of the Flying Forties! The original Human Torch and Namor the Sub-Mariner get along as well as fire and water, and several of Timely's greatest comics feature the twin titans clashing in fantastic feature-length fist
Detective Comics (1937-2011)
Bruce Wayne has trained his body beyond the peak human perfection; he's trained his mind to focus on minute details to deter criminal enterprises. As the Batman, he's a symbol of terror, striking at the hearts of criminals and villains across the globe.
Dracula Lives! (1973-1975)
Dracula feasts upon the blood of a man in the streets! Little does he know, the man's bloodstream is run with heroin.
The Flash (1959-1985)
The Flash of the Silver Age races onto the scene! After being doused in chemicals and struck by a bolt of lightning, police scientist Barry Allen became the Flash, the Fastest Man Alive! As the defender of Central City, the Flash battles against his colorful Rogues Gallery, including Captain Cold, Mirror Master and more!
House of Secrets (1956-1978)
Welcome to the House of Secrets, home to countless tales of mystery, suspense, horror, and excitement! Featuring the first appearance of many DC Universe stars, including Eclipso, Swamp Thing, and more!
America's greatest heroes of World War II led by Captain American himself! The Invaders, including Sub-Mariner, Bucky and the Human Torch, take the fight to the front lines in this action-packed first issue!
Frank Robbins' masterpiece, one of the all-time greatest action/adventure newspaper comic strips, Johnny Hazard, is back! When Johnny Hazard first saw newsprint it was near the end of the Second World War and the first story-line in the feature finds Joh
Marvel Chillers (1975-1976)
Modred, master of the Darkhold? The mystic man from the Dark Ages proclaims to have secret knowledge into the book's truest evil, recalling an encounter from his days at Camelot.
Marvel Premiere (1972-1981)
See the biggest characters in bold, action-packed stories in Marvel Premiere.
Marvel Visionaries: Roy Thomas
Collects Modeling With Millie #44; Avengers (1963) #35, #57-58 And #100; Submariner (1968) #8 And #14; Captain Marvel (1968) #19; X-Men (1963) #64; Fantastic Four (1961) #119 And #176; Giant-Size Invaders #1; And Material From Tales Of Suspense (1959) #73; Not Brand Echh #12; Chamber Of Darkness #4; Amazing Adventures (1970) #8; Incredible Hulk (1968) #147; Dracula Lives #1 And Doctor Strange, So
Power Man (1974-1978)
Marvel’s stronger-than-steel man of the streets, Luke Cage, partners with the mystic kung-fu master Iron Fist in the beginning of one of the greatest teams in comic-book history! Together, Power Man and Iron Fist are heroes for hire, taking on any any job, any challenge — so long as their clients can meet the price.
The Thing: Liberty Legion
Collects Invaders (1975) #5-6, Marvel Premiere #29-30, Fantastic Four Annual #11, and Marvel Two-In-One #20 and Annual #1. Move over Invaders: It's the Liberty Legion, America's home-front super heroes of World War II! Miss America! The Whizzer! Thin Man! Red Raven! And more! But when things get tough, they may need some help from the future in the form of the Thing and the Fantastic Four! When
Tigra: The Complete Collection
Collects The Cat #1-4; Marvel Team-Up (1972) #8, 67; Giant-Size Creatures #1; Marvel Chillers #3-7; Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #19; Marvel Premiere #42; Tigra #1-4; material from Monsters Unleashed (1973) #10; Marvel Team-Up (1972) #125. Marvel’s feline fury is on the prowl! Before Greer Grant Nelson became Tigra, she was the Cat — a costumed hero taking on foes like the Owl and the Man-Bull.
The Tomb of Dracula (1979-1980)
The Lord of Vampires enters the modern age after being summoned forth by a woman obsessed with the supernatural! Meanwhile, recently divorced Sandy Sommers tries to overcome her grief through therapy and the slog of dating...but will a new job offer in Transylvania be the escape she truly needs?
Werewolf By Night (1972-1988)
Jack Russell suffers from the curse of the werewolf…The Werewolf by Night!
What If? (1977-1984)
Marvel asks the age old questions - WHAT IF? See alternate endings and changed universes of your favorite Marvel stories and characters.