ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 6
Originally published as World War II was ending, the stories reprinted in ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 6 are historical snapshots of the emotions that many Americans were experiencing at that time.
WONDER WOMAN ARCHIVES VOL. 4
A new Archive collecting the greatest stories of one of comics' true icons! This hardcover reprints stories from SENSATION COMICS #25-32 and WONDER WOMAN #8-9 (1944) and features an introduction by Comics Buyers Guide's Maggie Thompson.
ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 7
As the original super-hero team, the Justice Society of America defended the nation against all threats domestic, international, and extraterrestrial in the 1940s. Beautifully reprinted in ALL STAR COMICS ARCHIVES VOL. 7 are some of their most classic tales and adventures from that era. Boasting a lineup that included Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, and Johnny Thunder, the JSA find themselves up against a diverse set of adversaries such as the super-scientist Landor, the brutish monster Solomon Grundy, and the emotion-controlling Psycho-Pirate.
WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 2
An alien blessed with incredible powers and a millionaire playboy obsessed with justice, Superman and Batman are two of the most dynamic and intriguing super-heroes of all time. Each fighting crime with his own style and methods, the Dark Knight Detective and the Man of Steel have become legends across the globe. WORLD'S FINEST ARCHIVES VOL. 2 reprints sixteen of their early adventures as partners against crime.
PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 3
PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 3 continues to chronicle the humorous history of the most imaginative super hero of all time. Able to stretch his body into any size, shape, or form, Plastic Man goes about fighting crime in a most unusual but effective manner. Whether bouncing like a super ball, tying himself in knots, or using his arms as lariats, the pliable hero never misses a chance to verbally or physically humiliate a foe. Mixing dark humor with original villains, these stories broke away from conventional comic book plots and forged a new path for super hero storytelling.
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 6
Some of the greatest tales of the Silver Age JLA are collected in a handsome hardcover volume reprinting JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41-47 and #49-50. (Issue #48 was a reprint of issues already featured in this Archive series.)
PLASTIC MAN ARCHIVES VOL. 5
Reprinting POLICE COMICS #50-58 and PLASTIC MAN #4 in a handsome hardcover archive! Featuring an introduction by Bill Schelly and a host of innovative and unusual Golden Age Plastic Man tales.
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ARCHIVES VOL. 8
Including the start of Denny O'Neil's and Dick Dillin's run on JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA, this hardcover reprints JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #61-66, and 68-70 (plus the cover to #67, which was a reprint Annual)!