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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!
Collects Marvel Feature (1971) #4-10, Power Man #24-25, Black Goliath #1-5, Champions (1975) #11-13, Marvel Premiere #47-48 and material From Iron Man (1968) #44. Because you demanded it! Marvel Masterworks is proud to bring you the continuing adventures of Ant-Man — and not just one Ant-Man, either! Hank Pym's MARVEL FEATURE series with the Wasp leads the way. Then comes Pym's former assista
Astonishing Tales (1970-1976)
The Marvel Universe is about to get even more astonishing with this anthology that delivers super-sized thrills every month! First up, fan-fave C.B. Cebulski and superstar Ken Roquefort (Madame Mirage) get gritty with a no-holds-barred Wolverine/Punisher tale you have to see to believe! You like Iron Man? GOOD! We've got a double dose of the Iron Avenger as Tony Stark and Arno Stark, Iron Man of t
Avengers vs. Thanos
Collects Iron Man (1968) #55; Captain Marvel (1968) #25-30; Marvel Feature (1971) #12; Daredevil (1964) #105-107; Captain Marvel (1968) #31-32;Avengers (1963) #125; Warlock (1972) #9-11, 15; Avengers Annual (1967) #7; Marvel Two -In-One Annual #2; material from Logan's Run #6. See Thanos's bid to become a god and lay siege to Earth, with only the Avengers able to stop him.
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.
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 Marvel (1968-1979)
Captain Mar-Vell of the Kree Imperial Militia is sent to observe the planet Earth as it is developing technology to travel into space. But, Mar-Vell eventually wearies of his superiors' malign intent and allies himself with Earth as the Kree Empire brands him a traitor as Mar-Vell fights to protect Earth from all threats.
The Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love (1971-1974)
Enter the Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love! An anthology series featuring dark and twisted tales of love and suspense that will keep you up at night!
DC Holiday Special
Celebrate the holiday season with your favorite DC Universe heroes in this over-sized special! From Gotham City to the deep seas, these 10 super-stories from a bundle of top creators spread the spirit of the season!
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.
Doctor Strange (1974-1987)
When Dr. Stephen Strange, a once gifted but egotistical surgeon, seeks out the Ancient One to heal himself, he sets himself down a path to become Dr. Strange, the Sorceror Supreme!
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.
Drax: Guardian Of The Galaxy
Collects Iron Man (1968) #55; Captain Marvel (1968) #27-33, 43-44, 58-62; Warlock (1972) #15; Marvel Spotlight (1979) #1-2; Avengers (1963) #219-220; material from Logan's Run #6, Thor (1966) #314, Marvel Graphic Novel #1. Follow the path of an Earth man whose destiny lies in the stars. It's a story of death and rebirth as Arthur Douglas is transformed into Drax the Destroyer. He has one purpos
Fantastic Four (1961-1996)
Meet Marvel's First Family: Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Girl, the Human Torch, and The Thing. In this first issue, the FF must confront the menace known as the Mole Man and his giant underground monsters, as they attack atomic plants all over the world.
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!
Green Lantern (1960-1986)
Green Lantern's comic book series made its debut with this issue that introduced the Guardians of The Universe, and a mission to "The Planet of Doomed Men!" Plus: what is the strange secret of the giant marionette that threatens Coast City?
Enthralled in his relationship, Clint opens up to new girlfriend Sheila Danning about his super hero origin. The date ends abruptly when Hawkeye investigates a break-in at Cross Technologies…and the intruder’s none other than Mockingbird! Is Cross Tech involved in illegal affairs that are destroying the environment? Mockingbird seems to think so, and she'll stop at nothing to convince Hawkeye!
House of Mystery (1951-1983)
Welcome to the House of Mystery, where your hosts presents some of the most terrifying tales and scary stories in anthology format, featuring countless creatures of the night including, vampires, werewolves, monsters, and more!
Iron Man (1968-1996)
Iron Man declares war! Criminals are using Tony Stark's technology for evil purposes, and Stark won't stand for it anymore! It's one of the most famous Iron Man stories of all time, and it all starts here! Featuring Ant-Man and Cassie Lang (the future Stature of the Young Avengers), and the threats of Stilt-Man and the Controller!
Justice League of America (1960-1987)
The world's greatest superheroes unite! Superman! Batman! Wonder Woman! The Green Lantern! The Flash! Aquaman! Martian Manhunter! And more! Separately, they are some of the best heroes in the DC Universe, but together they are the Justice League of America - the world's most powerful superteam!
Collects Astonishing Tales (1970) #17-20, Ka-Zar (1974) #1-5, Shanna the She-Devil (1972) #1-5, Daredevil (1964) #110-112; material from Daredevil (1964) #109, Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #3. Ka-Zar the Lord of the Hidden Jungle meets Shanna the She-Devil for the very first time in this massive Marvel Masterworks! These two heroes were from separate realms, but after both rejected the modern worl
Marvel Feature (1971-1973)
Witness the origin of the Defenders! But can the other heroes convince the Hulk to join the group?
Marvel Premiere (1972-1981)
See the biggest characters in bold, action-packed stories in Marvel Premiere.
Marvel Spotlight (1971-1977)
Meet Johnny Wakely, the warrior Red Wolf, in his first ever appearance! And right off the bat, this hero of the American West faces personal tragedy!
Marvel Two-In-One (1974-1983)
Man-Thing vs. The Thing! Ben Grimm takes a side trek to Florida after discovering a swampy menace is using a name similar to his own. It’s a battle for the ‘Thingdom’, as the muck monster and Ever Lovin' Blue Eyed Grimm go head-to-head! But when Molecule Man makes an appearance, will these two set aside their differences?
Collecting Marvel Adventures Iron Man (2007) #1, 7; IRON MAN (1968) #234; IRON MAN (1998) #1. Iron Man is one of the greatest heroes in the Marvel-Verse - and these are some of his most action-packed adventures! When the genius Tony Stark is held captive and forced to make weapons, his best chance of escape lies in building the greatest weapon of all - the very fi rst version of the Iron Man ar
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Prelude (2014)
Who is Nebula? What tragic events forged her unbreakable allegiance to her dark lord? Find out here! Plus: Gamora! Korath! And more from the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
Morbius Epic Collection
Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #101-102, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #3-4, Fear (1970) #20-26, Giant-Size Super-Heroes (1974) #1; material from Vampire Tales (1973) #1-8, Giant-Size Werewolf by Night (1974) #4. Cursed by an experiment gone wrong, Dr. Michael Morbius is possessed by an unquenchable thirst for blood — yet his heart beats like any other man’s. He is a living vampire! From his fi
Morbius: Preludes And Nightmares
Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #101-102, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #3-4, Fear (1970) #20, Amazing Spider-Man (2003) #699.1. Sink your teeth into the early years of Morbius, the Living Vampire! Dr. Michael Morbius first made his (bite) mark on the Marvel Universe when a doomed experiment left him with a vampiric lust for blood. And his disturbing debut couldn’t have come at a worse time for Sp