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Originally printed as Tales to Astonish #27. The origin of Ant-Man! Scientist Hank Pym has been the subject of ridicule by all his peers, but he will endure the insults no longer! Today is his day, today his Pym Particles will work!
Collects Battlefield #1-11. In the early 1950s with the Korean War raging Marvel Comics' predecessor, Atlas, launched a bevy of war comics featuring the heroism and horrors of human conflict. Battlefield ranked four-star amongst them with art by Atlas Era luminaries including war comics great Russ Heath along with Paul Reinman, Joe Maneely, Gene Colan, Bill Everett and many more. With challengi
The Black Knight (1955-1956)
The Arthurian legend of the Black Knight begins!
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.
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!
Journey Into Mystery (1952-1966)
Collects Journey Into Mystery #1-10. The MARVEL MASTERWORKS are taking a macabre JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY! It's a ten-issue fright fest from the pre-Code days when the scare reigned supreme, and the only thing more horrific than not having a dime in your pocket were the stories inside! Featuring artwork by a collection of the Atlas Era's finest, you'll be wowed by the gruesome turns of future Marve
Marvel Super Heroes (1967-1982)
Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) in his very first appearance!
Savage Tales (1971-1975)
Note: This issue only contains the Origin of the Man-Thing story and The Night of the Looter story featuring Ka-Zar. Scientist Ted Sallis becomes the unsuspecting victim of his life's work…and the shambling Man-Thing is born!
Strange Tales (1951-1968)
Read tales of Marvel's most macabre heroes including Doctor Strange as well as some of its grittiest heroes like super-spy Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Tales to Astonish (1959-1968)
Collects Tales to Astonish (1959) #1-10. The Marvel Masterworks have brought you stories from the Marvel Age's super-hero heyday and comic books' Golden Age. Now, prepare yourself for the Atlas Era! Throughout the 1950s the comics world sat astride the shoulders of Atlas - a world full of gun-fighting outlaws, romantic heartbreak, gritty battlefields, terrifying horror and visionary science fic
Yellow Claw (1956-1957)
Yellow Claw comes to America and sets up shop in San Francisco. The purpose of his visit? Launching a communist takeover of the world! In Washington D.C., Jimmy Woo is put on a career-changing case.
Young Men (1953-1954)
The Human Torch returns to crime-fighting after years in confinement!