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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.
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.
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?
In Hawkman's first solo series, Hawkman and Hawkgirl face menaces including the Shadow Thief and Matter Master, and team up with Adam Strange and Aquaman!
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!
Human Torch (1940-1954)
Collects Human Torch (1940) #2-5A. The Marvel Masterworks proudly present the debut of the Human Torch, that fiery chart-topper of the Golden Age, in his own comic series! Leaping from the pages of MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS, the Torch was hotter than hotcakes in 1940. And now you can experience his series from the very beginning, which just so happens to be issue #2! Starting off with the first app
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!
Marvel Mystery Comics (1939-1949)
Collects Marvel Comics #1 and Marvel Mystery Comics #2-4. In September 1939, a new title hit newsstands and changed the comic-book world forever: MARVEL COMICS #1 had arrived! And this comic wasn't your typical assortment of super-powered, straight-laced do-gooders. This was something completely new. The Human Torch, the creation of Dr. Phineas Horton, was neither man nor hero. He was a fiery f
Mystery in Space (1951-1981)
This Issue collects issues 53-56 of Mystery in Space featuring Adam Strange in "Menace of the Robot Raiders" where Adam returns to Rann to find it overtaken by an alien race known as the Girks! In "Invaders of the Underground World!" Adam stands trial for weapons theft and the verdict is guilty! "The Beast from the Runaway World" features Adam Strange has his Zeta Beam intercepted by an alien liza
The Spectre (1967-1969)
An 18th-century pirate named Captain Skull has received strong supernatural powers through an experimental anesthetic. Only the Spectre can stand against him.
Strange Adventures (1950-1973)
DC Comics' first science fiction-centered comic book title, featuring the first appearances of such characters as Captain Comet, Animal Man, and the Atomic Knights!
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.
The Witching Hour (1968-1978)
A callous man builds a machine that can transport locations from the future into the present, but unbeknownst to him, the room that he materializes and enters is part of a future prison’s death chamber.