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Green Lantern: New Guardians, Volume 1: The Ring Bearer
Tony BedardThomas Giorello - 2012
But the other Corps aren't too keen on the Green Lanterns "stealing" their rings! Writer Tony Bedard (Green Lantern Corps) pens a new chapter in the Green Lantern mythos with a team of renegade Lanterns consisting of members from each Corps!Collecting: Green Lantern: New Guardians 1-7
Naomi: Season One
Brian Michael Bendis - 2019
Join writers Brian Michael Bendis, David Walker and breakout artist Jamal Campbell in Wonder Comics' massively ambitious new series and star...Naomi!Aimed at providing readers with honest and innovative reading experiences, Brian Michael Bendis' Wonder Comics is a celebration of the moments of in life when discoveries are made - when purpose and meaning are revealed and destinies are defined. Featuring the young heroes of the DC Universe as penned by all-star creative teams in exciting new adventures that will celebrate the wonders of life, love and comics.Collects Naomi issues #1-6.
Green Arrow: Year One
Andy Diggle - 2007
Written by Andy Diggle Art and cover by Jock Oliver Queen has been a faithful member of the Justice League of America and defended Star City with his trusty bow and an arsenal of deadly arrows for years - now thrill to the definitive tale of how he became Green Arrow in this hardcover volume collecting the acclaimed 6-issue miniseries by Andy Diggle and Jock! Advance-solicited; on sale April 9
Titans, Vol. 1: Old Friends
Judd Winick - 2008
No fan will want to miss this new startling chapter in Titans history that forges a new team from the ashes of old, dead friends written by Judd Winick (GREEN LANTERN, GREEN ARROW, OUTSIDERS) and illustrated by comics superstar Ian Churchill.From the Trade Paperback edition.
Rebirth of the Cool (Static Shock #1)
Dwayne McDuffie - 2009
And while Static tries to balance the pressures of his school work, after school job and family life, he also protects his inner city neighborhood against villains including Holocaust and Commando X.
The Superman Chronicles, Vol. 1
Jerry Siegel - 2006
An instant hit from his first appearance, Superman's popularity has grown through the decades -- and today he is known worldwide as the defender of Truth, Justice and the American Way.But his earliest stories reveal a Superman who took no prisoners, made his own laws and gleefully delivered his own brand of justice -- even if it meant dangling a crook by the ankle from above the city, or giving a wife-beater a taste of his own medicine. This was a Superman who embodied pure wish fulfillment, with his early adventures showing a raw super-hero in the making -- and the development of an enduring classic!DC Comics is proud to present this definitive and affordable collection of Superman's first stories. Assembled here are his earliest adventures from ACTION COMICS #1-13, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR COMICS #1 and SUPERMAN #1 -- including all covers. For fans of The Man of Steel, both old and new -- or of popular culture in general -- THE SUPERMAN CHRONICLES is an indispensable addition to any library!
Young Justice: A League of Their Own
Peter David - 2000
Robin, Superboy, and Impulse join forces to battle crime together as Young Justice -- and if they're the future of crime-fighting, heaven help us all! Collecting the first seven issues of the popular "Young Justice" series as well as material from "Young Justice Secret Files, A League of Their Own" follows the exploits of three young heroes and their allies as they attack evil with super-powers, wedgies and noogies!
The Green Lantern Archives, Vol. 1
John Broome - 1998
Thus Hal Jordan, jet fighter test pilot, became the new Green Lantern of Earth. This hardcover masterpiece reprints the original tales of Hal as he learns both the limits and powers of his Power Ring and fights against surreal foes such as the Invisible Destroyer and the Giant Puppet. In these timeless tales, we see how an ordinary man begins his journey of becoming one of the world's greatest champions.
Supergirl, Volume 1: Reign Of The Cyborg Supermen
Steve Orlando - 2017
But some demons from her Kryptonian past are coming back to haunt her, and Kara will find herself face-to-face with her father: the sinister Cyborg Superman!Critically acclaimed writer Steve Orlando (Midnighter) comes a new beginning for Kara Zor-El in Supergirl, Volume 1, Reign Of The Cyborg Super-Men a new series that is sure to appeal to fans of the TV series!Collecting: Supergirl 1-6, Rebirth
Martian Manhunter: Son of Mars
John Ostrander - 1999
Featuring moody art by writer John Ostrander's frequent collaborator, Tom Mandrake, the story begins as the Manhunter tells Superman about the end of Mars's civilization and how he came to Earth. In his guise as Detective John Jones, he tracks a serial killer and investigates a mystery at Cadmus Laboratories, then saves the entire Justice League from the threat of Malefic.Collects the 1998 MARTIAN MANHUNTER series issues #0-9.
The Flash: Born to Run
Mark Waid - 1992
Growing up as his hero's protégé, Kid Flash had a childhood of amazing action and adventure. But on the day that the Flash died, Wally's carefree adolescence abruptly ended and his life as an adult began. THE FLASH: BORN TO RUN looks back at Wally's earliest days as the Kid Flash and explores the gamut of his emotions and experiences from his first day as a child hero to his succession of Barry Allen as the new Flash. A journey full of humor and drama, this story shows just how much Wally West loves being the fastest man alive.
Stormwatch, Volume 1: The Dark Side
Paul CornellAllen Passalaqua - 2012
As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics - The New 52, Stormwatch returns, but this time to the DC Universe.Jack Hawksmoor, Midnighter, Apollo, The Engineer and Martian Manhunter comprise a dangerous super human police force whose existence is kept secret from the world.Collected here, this covert team of sci-fi Super Heroes must not only battle the Earth's moon, but find a way to hide its monstrous metamorphosis from the rest of the Earth Featuring writing from Doctor Who and Superman: The Black Ring scribe Paul Cornell, and art from rising star Miguel Sepúlveda.Collecting: Stormwatch 1-6