Get the app and start reading!
Gift Card Balance
31-51 of 51
Marvel Premiere (1972-1981)
See the biggest characters in bold, action-packed stories in Marvel Premiere.
Mister Miracle (1971-1978)
Elite soldier Scott Free escapes Apokolips and comes to Earth, where he assumes the role of Mister Miracle. Inspired by the real-world exploits of Jim Steranko, who was a magician and escape artist prior to his career in comics, Mister Miracle was created by the great Jack Kirby for his epic Fourth World saga.
The New Gods (1971-1978)
Jack Kirby's original series featuring the first appearances of Orion, Highfather and Darkseid!
New Gods (1984)
Intrigue! Vengeance! Blazing confrontations that dwarf the Infinite! Revisit Jack Kirby's Fourth World and marvel at the high adventure of the daring New Gods!
The Phantom Stranger (1969-1976)
When three friends die in a plane crash, their spirits seem to be haunting those they left behind, but the Phantom Stranger reveals that the ghostly appearances are really the work of an embezzler attempting to cover his tracks.
An 18-year-old is elected President! Fighting corruption and pollution, how will this teen survive in Washington, D.C.?
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.
Collects Sub-Mariner #2-13. Imperious Rex! Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner has returned for another MARVEL MASTERWORKS adventure! Writer Roy Thomas and a trio of definitive Sub-Mariner artists are going to take comic's first anti-hero on one of his greatest adventures of all time! It's Atlantean vs. Inhuman when Namor faces off against Triton. Then, our hero must march through Attuma and the bloo
Super Friends (1976-1981)
Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, and Wonder Woman attempt to prevent the Penguin, Poison Ivy, the Cheetah, and others from stealing the components of a super-robot.
The classic, Silver Age adventures of the Man of Steel...back when he was merely the Boy of Steel! As Superboy, the young Clark Kent protects his hometown of Smallville from threats large, small and downright bizarre--all while trying to keep his secret identity hidden from his boyhood crush Lana Lang! These stories continue in: Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes!
Linda quits her job at KSF-TV and goes back to college at Vandyre University to study drama.
Superman Family (1974-1982)
Featuring the adventures of Superman's friends and family. Includes appearances by Supergirl, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane and more!
Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen (1954-1974)
Follow the adventures of Superman's best pal, Jimmy Olsen! Featuring Jimmy in his own adventures and also featuring the Man of Steel himself!
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
Teen Titans (1966-1978)
The Teen Titans in their very own series! The sidekicks to the greatest heroes of the DC Universe unite as the Teen Titans--superheroes in their own right out to save the world from threats large and small. Featuring Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl and more!
Thor's Celestial adventure continues as he discovers the true intent of the space faring beings that have set up shop on Earth. Guest starring, Ikaris, Ajak, and Sersi!
Tomb of Dracula (1972-1979)
Frank Drake, the descendant of Count Dracula, has inherited the Count's castle. With a plan to turn the castle into a tourist hot-spot, Frank sets out for Transylvania. But something dark lurks in the bowels of Castle Dracula!
Uncanny X-Men (1963-2011)
Professor X continues to train his young students that he has called them the X-men. They are mutants born with abilities that set them apart from normal humans. The X-men are Cyclops (Scott Summers), Beast (Hank McCoy), Iceman (Bobby Drake), and Angel (Warren Worthington III). The Xavier Institute for Higher Learning gains a new student Jean Grey who will be called Marvel Girl.
From the people that bring you the acclaimed Haunted Horror comic comes a horror like no other... WEIRD Love! WEIRD Love presents the most sexy, bizarro, sick, twisted, politically incorrect, kinky "romance" comics of the 1950s and beyond. No wonder the censors wanted this stuff banned! Sure to be must-have big-buzz comics!
Wonder Woman (1942-1986)
The original adventures of Wonder Woman, the Amazon Princess! These classic stories--written by Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston--feature the first appearance and use of many of the identifiable elements of the character, including her longtime sidekick Etta Candy and her magic lasso!
World's Finest (1941-1986)
Batman and Robin face off with a witch while Superman battles the Rainmaker!