Batman The Golden Age Omnibus

"Originally published in single magazine form in DETECTIVE COMICS #27-56, BATMAN #1-7, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR COMICS #2,WORLD'S BEST COMICS #1, WORLD'S FINEST COMICS 2-3

Batman  The Golden Age Omnibus

The stories that catapulted Batman to legendary status are collected here in a single, massive volume. These original stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #27-56, BATMAN #1-7, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR COMICS #2, WORLD'S BEST COMICS #1 and WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #2-3 include the origin of the Dark Knight, as well as the debuts of Robin, Commissioner Gordon, Professor Hugo Strange, The Joker, Catwoman and more! BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1 features the work of such luminaries as Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Gardner Fox, Jerry Robinson and more!

Batman The Golden Age Vol 1

BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE VOLUME ONE collects all of the Dark Knight DetectiveÕs first-ever adventures from DETECTIVE COMICS #27-45, BATMAN #1-3 and NEW YORK WORLDÕS FAIR COMICS #2.

Batman  The Golden Age Vol  1

American popular culture has produced few heroic figures as famous and enduring as that of the Batman. The dark, mysterious hero who debuted in 1939Õs DETECTIVE COMICS #27 as the lone ÒBat-manÓ quickly grew into the legend of the Caped Crusader. After his landmark debut and origin story the Dark Knight was given many seminal elements including his partner in crime-fighting Robin, the Boy Wonder, and such adversaries as the Joker, Hugo Strange and Catwoman. BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE VOLUME ONE collects all of the Dark Knight DetectiveÕs first-ever adventures from DETECTIVE COMICS #27-45, BATMAN #1-3 and NEW YORK WORLDÕS FAIR COMICS #2.

Batman The Golden Age Vol 4

This fourth volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects the Dark Knight Detective’s adventures from BATMAN #12-15, DETECTIVE COMICS #66-74 and WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #7-9.

Batman  The Golden Age Vol  4

American popular culture has produced few heroic figures as famous and enduring as that of the Batman. The dark, mysterious hero who debuted in 1939’s DETECTIVE COMICS #27 as the lone “Bat-man” quickly grew into the legend of the Caped Crusader. After his landmark debut and origin story, the Dark Knight was given many seminal elements, including his partner in crime-fighting Robin, the Boy Wonder, and such adversaries as the Joker, Two-Face and the Scarecrow. This fourth volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects the Dark Knight Detective’s adventures from BATMAN #12-15, DETECTIVE COMICS #66-74 and WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #7-9.

Batman The Golden Age Vol 2

This second volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects the Dark Knight Detective’s early adventures from BATMAN #4-7, DETECTIVE COMICS #46-56, WORLD’S BEST COMICS #1 and WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #2-3.

Batman  The Golden Age Vol  2

American popular culture has produced few heroic figures as famous and enduring as that of the Batman. The dark, mysterious hero who debuted in 1939’s DETECTIVE COMICS #27 as the lone “Bat-man” quickly grew into the legend of the Caped Crusader. After his landmark debut and origin story, the Dark Knight was given many seminal elements including his partner in crime-fighting, Robin, the Boy Wonder, and such adversaries as the Joker, the Penguin and Scarecrow. This second volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects the Dark Knight Detective’s early adventures from BATMAN #4-7, DETECTIVE COMICS #46-56, WORLD’S BEST COMICS #1 and WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #2-3.

Batman The Golden Age Vol 5

Batman: The Golden Age Vol. 5 collects the early adventures of Batman, Robin and Alfred from Batman #16-20, Detective Comics #75-81 and WorldÕs Finest Comics #10-11.

Batman  The Golden Age Vol  5

The Dynamic Duo of Batman and Robin becomes the Terrific Three when they are joined by Alfred Pennyworth. From his very first appearance in Batman #16, the ever-resourceful valet proves to be a worthy ally for Batman and Robin as they encounter a never-ending string of Golden Age criminals such as The Joker, the Penguin, Two-Face, the Robber Baron, the Cavalier and the Crime Surgeon. Batman: The Golden Age Vol. 5 collects the early adventures of Batman, Robin and Alfred from Batman #16-20, Detective Comics #75-81 and WorldÕs Finest Comics #10-11.

Batman The Golden Age Vol 3

This third volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects some of the most exciting and daring early adventure of the Dark Knight Detective.

Batman  The Golden Age Vol  3

This third volume of BATMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE collects some of the most exciting and daring early adventure of the Dark Knight Detective. Having earned the respect of the police force and the fear of criminals, Batman and Robin patrol the streets of Gotham City, protecting the innocent from returning super-villains such as the Joker, Catwoman and Scarecrow. But now the Dynamic Duo will meet an all-new adversary: the Penguin, the enigmatic master criminal who terrorizes the population of Gotham City with his deeds. Collects BATMAN #8-11, DETECTIVE COMICS #57-65 and WORLDÕS FINEST COMICS #4-6.

Batman the Golden Age

Volume two: "In this second helping of Batman tales from the Golden Age of Comics, the Dark Knight Detective faces the evil of the Joker, the Penguin, Two-Face and more of his greatest foes.

Batman  the Golden Age

Volume two: "In this second helping of Batman tales from the Golden Age of Comics, the Dark Knight Detective faces the evil of the Joker, the Penguin, Two-Face and more of his greatest foes. This new trade paperback collects DETECTIVE COMICS #46-56, BATMAN #4-7, WORLD'S BEST COMICS #1 and WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #2-3"--

Batman the Golden Age Omnibus 7

In these tales from the start of the 1950s, the Dynamic Duo continues to fight crime as they encounter villains including The Joker, the Penguin, Catwoman and more!

Batman   the Golden Age Omnibus 7

Batman's adventures from the late 1940s and early 1950s are collected for the first time in this new hardcover omnibus series, continuing here with Batman: The Golden Age Vol. 7. The comprehensive hardcover collections of the Dark Knight's adventures continues! In these tales from the start of the 1950s, the Dynamic Duo continues to fight crime as they encounter villains including The Joker, the Penguin, Catwoman and more! This new Omnibus hardcover also includes the debut appearance of Killer Moth, the introductions of a new Batmobile and a new Batplane for the new decade and more! Collects Detective Comics #154-173, Batman #56-66 and stories from World's Finest Comics #43-53.

Batman Streets of Gotham Vol 1 Hush Money

Batman tells his own story in this oversized, graphic novel, chronicling his lonely, all-too-human crusade to better the lives of the citizens of Gotham City. Full color.

Batman  Streets of Gotham Vol  1  Hush Money

Batman tells his own story in this oversized, graphic novel, chronicling his lonely, all-too-human crusade to better the lives of the citizens of Gotham City. Full color.

DC Comics Encyclopedia

Among the changes, the Golden Age Superman, Batman, Robin and Wonder
Woman ceased to exist, andthe ... in these four characters. Other appearances •
Adventure Comics #461-466 • DC Special #29 • Justice League ofAmerica (vol. 1
) ...

DC Comics Encyclopedia


Batman in The Brave the Bold The Bronze Age Vol 1

These groundbreaking stories featured some of Batman’s greatest team-ups with such legendary characters as Wonder Woman, the Flash, Deadman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, the Teen Titans and others, all by some of the foremost comics talent ...

Batman in The Brave   the Bold  The Bronze Age Vol  1

The late ’60s marked the height of Batmania, when fans of the Batman television series and the comic books couldn’t get enough of the Caped Crusader. His appearances on covers meant higher sales, so it was decreed Batman would take up permanent residence in THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD. His courage was never questioned, and he fearlessly teamed up with the most daring partners from across the DC Universe at a time when such crossovers were rare. These groundbreaking stories featured some of Batman’s greatest team-ups with such legendary characters as Wonder Woman, the Flash, Deadman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, the Teen Titans and others, all by some of the foremost comics talent of the Bronze Age—Neal Adams, Jim Aparo, Bob Haney, Dick Giordano and Dennis O’Neil, to name a few. BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1 collects the first stories of Batman’s epic run on the series—THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #74-109—and includes a foreword by comics editor Robert Greenberger.

The DC Comics Rarities Archives

Features appearances by virtually every Golden Age hero: Superman, Batman, Wonder, Sandman, Hawkman, Scribbly, The Atom, Wildcat and more. An action-packed adventure, this volume of classic tales is sure to entertain!

The DC Comics Rarities Archives

Reprinting for the first time some of DC Comics' rarest publictions from the Golden Age of comics, including three early anthology titles in their entirety. Features appearances by virtually every Golden Age hero: Superman, Batman, Wonder, Sandman, Hawkman, Scribbly, The Atom, Wildcat and more. An action-packed adventure, this volume of classic tales is sure to entertain!

The Flash

With new trade dress matching the rest of the Omnibuses from this collection, this oversize hardcover is a must-have for any serious collector.

The Flash

This massive title collects the earliest Silver Age adventures of The Flash, including the origin story of Barry Allen. Other the first appearances of his sidekick, Kid Flash, fellow detective The Elongated Man, and much more. With new trade dress matching the rest of the Omnibuses from this collection, this oversize hardcover is a must-have for any serious collector.

Captain America Golden Age Masterworks Vol 1

... the art on these issues is “a real mishmash”—but a mishmash featuring some
of the greatest talents of the Golden Age! ... Even so, he and Jack Kirby were
surely aware that DC's Batman, already one of the most popular characters in
comics ...

Captain America Golden Age Masterworks Vol 1

Relive the earliest adventures of Captain America, Sentinel of Liberty! Return to the Golden Age of comics as Cap and Bucky come face to face withthe Red Skull, the Ringmaster of Death, and more! Captain America Comics (1939) #1-4.

The Myth of the Superhero

"The Superman—Batman Revenge Squads," in World's Finest #175, May 1968.
In Superman in ... Flash Comics #1, january 1940. In The Golden Age Flash
Archives, vol. 1. New York: DC Comics, 1999. Fox, Gardner, and Howard
Sherman.

The Myth of the Superhero

A refugee from his broken planet who saves earth (more than once), Superman was sent to America as his father’s final act before dying. Does this make him the ultimate immigrant success story? Disillusioned with a crime-filled world, Bruce Wayne seeks guidance from a shaman and transforms himself into the flawlessly moral Batman. Through a series of close readings of DC and Marvel comics, Marco Arnaudo explores the influence of religion and myth on superhero stories as well as their relationship to the classical epic and baroque style. Superheroes embody the most positive and inclusive aspects of American culture. Arnaudo asserts that, amidst the exciting action, tender love stories, and tales of self-sacrifice, superheroes are role models for tolerance and moral decision making. Translated for the first time into English, The Myth of the Superhero looks beyond the cape, the mask, and the superpowers, presenting a serious study of the genre and its place in a broader cultural context.

Golden Age Mystic Comics Masterworks Vol 1

Undoubtedly the most arresting character introduced in this volume is Harry
Sahle's Black Widow. ... He went on to have a long and distinguished career
scripting Captain America, Captain Marvel, Superman, Batman, Challengers of
the ...

Golden Age Mystic Comics Masterworks Vol  1

Collects Mystic Comics #1-4. Hot on the heels of the smash comic book hit of 1939, Marvel Comics, publisher Martin Goodman called up two companion titles to join his emerging comics line, post-haste. And now, for the first time in 70 years, the Marvel Masterworks bring the last of that trio of titles-Mystic Comics! Chock full of pulp-style men of action, hard-boiled gumshoes, mythical strongmen, undead avengers, and-of course-super heroes, Mystic Comics is a roller-coaster thrill ride back to the earliest days of comic books, when freewheeling writers and artists threw out wild ideas to a public with an insatiable appetite for comics. Meet comics' first super-stretching hero-Flexo the Rubber Robot; the hero from beyond the grave-the Blue Blaze; the Dynamic Man, Master Mind Excello, the invisible Dr. Gade, Dakor the Magician, Zara of the Jungle, the Space Rangers, Hercules, the devil-possessed Black Widow, and more!

Justice League of America the Silver Age Omnibus

A massive hardcover collecting JLA's earliest adventures from 1960-1964. A new printing of the hardcover collecting JLA's first 20 adventures in a single volume spanning 1960-1964.

Justice League of America  the Silver Age Omnibus

A massive hardcover collecting JLA's earliest adventures from 1960-1964. A new printing of the hardcover collecting JLA's first 20 adventures in a single volume spanning 1960-1964.

Who s Who Omnibus Vol 1

The series fans demanded is collected at last!

Who s Who Omnibus Vol  1

The series fans demanded is collected at last! Who's Who was a series that began in 1985 and ran through the 1990s, cataloguing every character, good or evil, in the DC Universe, from Abel to Zyklon and beyond, with copious detail on powers, origins, and other key facets of each character. Illustrated by a wide range of top artists from the Golden Age of comics up through the 1980s indie comics scene, Who's Who was a feast for the eyes as well as being the ultimate guide to the denizens of the DC Universe. Collects Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #1-26 (1985), Who's Who Update 1987 #1-5 (1987), Who's Who Update 1988 #1-4 (1988), plus material from Action Comics Annual #2 (1987), Batman Annual #13, Blackhawk Annual #1 (1989), Detective Comics Annual #2 (1988), Dr. Fate Annual #1 (1989), Green Arrow Annual #2, Justice League Annual #3 (1987), Secret Origins Annual #3, Swamp Thing Annual #5, The Flash Annual #3 (1987 series), The New Titans Annual #5 (1995), The Question Annual #2 (1988), and Wonder Woman Annual #2 (1988).

The Alter Ego Collection Volume 1

131 About that ultra - rare 1966 Spirit adventure by the immortal Will Eisner . A / E
COLLECTION , VOL . 1 , EXTRA ! The " Found ... 146 Actually , interviewee ( &
Golden Age icon ) Jack Burnley lavished attention on Superman & Batman , too !

The Alter Ego Collection Volume 1

Editor Roy Thomas' acclaimed magazine Alter Ego first took the world by storm in the 1960s as the premier 'zine about comics. After abandoning it for a two-decade career as a major writer and editor for Marvel and DC Comics, Roy resurrected it in 1999, and this trade paperback collects the first two issues, plus 30 pages of new material! Behind a new JLA Jam Cover by Joe Kubert, George Perez, Dick Giordano, George Tuska, Nick Cardy, Ramona Fradon & Joe Giella, you'll find: Gil Kane, Julius Schartz & Gardner Fox on the creation of the Silver Age Atom! "The Stan Lee Roast" co-starring Sal Buscema, John Romita, Peter David, Chris Claremont, Jim Shooter, et al.! Michael T. Gilbert on Will Eisner's 1966 Spirit story! Roy Thomas, Jerry Ordway & Mike Machlan on creating Infinity, Inc.! Interviews with Larry Lieber, Irwin Hasen & Jack Burnley! Wonder Woman rarities, with art by H.G. Peter! How Marv Wolfman rescued Golden Age art! Plus Robert Kanigher and Bill Schelly on comics fandom, FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) with Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, Mac Raboy & Richard Deane Taylor -- and Kane, Will Eisner, Carmine Infantino, Mike Sekowsky, Murphy Anderson, Dick Dillin, plus all seven of our super-star cover artists!

Airboy Archives Vol 1

Valkyrie was the sexiest character of Golden Age comics bar none. A cross ... I'm
not sure who came up with the idea of Hirota, a former Zero pilot modeled after
Japan's top ace Saburo Sakai, who served kind of like Alfred to Airboy's Batman.

Airboy Archives  Vol  1

Airboy, Valkyrie, and Skywolf are back! As the original Airboy is murdered, his son Davy Nelson, takes over the cockpit to avenge his father. The high flying action-adventure of the Eclipse Comics series comes roaring back to life. Collects the first 16 issues of Airboy including the back-up Skywolf stories starting in issue #9.