When the Flash Gordon title made its move to King Comics in 1966, it was the start of a brilliant new look and a giant leap forward in storytelling and character. Flash, his beautiful companion Dale, and impulsive scientist Dr. Hans Zarkov face all-new perils and all-new villains in these space-age stories ... Join the brave and just Flash Gordon as he boldly travels the spaceways!
Eerie Archives Volume 9 collects issues #42-#46 of the original Eerie magazine run. This volume features classic stories from comic-book legends Richard Corben, Doug Moench, Reed Crandall, and Paul Neary, color covers by Luis Dominguez and Sanjulian, as well as mind-melting contributions from Eerie regulars Tom Sutton, Steve Skeates, Esteban Maroto, and Jerry Grandenetti. Whether traveling through space in "Someday" or trapped in a mad scientist's greenhouse in "The Root of Evil," you'll be mesmerized by these timeless tales of horror! This collection also reprints all color stories, letters pages, and articles from the original magazines and features a new foreword by Timothy Truman (modern Creepy, King Conan).
Volume 5 collects five issues of the seminal American horror magazine Eerie into one big collection. In the 1960s, publisher Jim Warren blew the competition out of the water and blew the minds of his readers with his magazine-sized horror comics Creepy and Eerie. Dark Horse's lovingly reproduced archives showcase the excellent storytelling and exceptional artwork featured in these magazines by amazing creators like Archie Goodwin, Frank Frazetta, Ken Kelly, and Steve Ditko. Don't miss this creepy, crawly keystone for any horror or comics aficionado's library. * Both the Creepy and Eerie archive series have made numerous appearances on the New York Times Top 10 list of graphic novels. * Featuring a cover by Frank Frazetta! * Art by industry favorites Reed Crandall, Steve Ditko, and Ken Kelly!
Collecting issues #47 to #51 of Warren Publishing's legendary anthology, this volume contains seminal work from Warren luminaries and fan-favorite creators like Doug Moench, Steve Skeates, Esteban Maroto, Tom Sutton, Al Milgrom, Jaime Brocal, Bill DuBay, Paul Neary, and more! Complete with vintage ads, all original text pieces, the debut of the Eerie's Delights feature, and reproductions of Sanjulian's legendary painted covers, this is one series that just keeps getting better and better! As a special bonus treat, this volume also reprints two horror-themed, cutout game spreads (complete with rules) created by Bill DuBay and reprinted in color! New Foreword by Batton Lash! * Eerie hero Dax the Warrior returns! * A New York Times best-selling series!
Collects Vampirella Magazine #22-28! The Next volume in the New York Times best-selling series! Vintage horror at its best, re-mastered and collected in a fourth volume of the iconic Vampirella Magazine! Complete with a sexy heroine and things that go bump in the night, as told by some of the most legendary creators in the industry.
Drawing on the artist's private files, a first installment in a new series collects fantasy and science fiction pieces by the man best known for his work on the Flash Gordon comic series, in a book that includes sketches, preliminary artwork, previously unpublished newspaper strips and unused comics pages. Original.
Includes categorical listings of collectible comic books, arranged by type of comic, with issue titles, current prices, dates, and cross-references
When industrial sabotage fouls up an experiment in atomic energy, nuclear physicist Doctor Phillip Solar survives the accident — but is forever changed into a living atomic reactor capable of astonishing feats! Now Doctor Solar uses his miraculous energy-based powers to protect the innocent and to thwart the diabolical machinations of a mysterious supercriminal known only as Nuro. Doctor Solar springs to life in this affordable new edition that collects "Solar's Secret," "The Remote-Control Traitor," "Vanishing Oceans," and other classic stories from the 1960s by comics visionaries Paul S. Newman, Bob Fujitani, and Frank Bolle. These tales are true atomic-age wonders! Fans of Russ Manning, Mac Raboy, and Alex Raymond will be delighted with artist Bob Fujitani's original depiction of this classic hero in all his radioactive glory. This collection also features two rare cover paintings by legendary science-fiction illustrator Richard Powers.
This is the most comprehensive dictionary available on comic art. The catalog provides detailed information about more than 60,000 cataloged books, magazines, scrapbooks, fanzines, comic books, and other materials in the Michigan State University Libraries, America's premiere library comics collection. Each book or serial is listed by title, with entries as appropriate under author, subject, and series. Besides the traditional books and magazines, significant collections of microfilm, sound recordings, vertical files, and realia (mainly T-shirts) are included. Comics and related materials are grouped by nationality and by genre.