Category: Cult Comic Essentials

Infinity Watch – Volume 1

Run the Gauntlet from War to Crusade in this essential companion to Jim Starlin’s Infinity Trilogy! In the aftermath of INFINITY GAUNTLET, Adam Warlock wears the almighty glove – but no single being should wield all six gems. Adam recruits his most trusted allies to guard one each […]

Thanos: Infinity Revelation

There is an imbalance in the universe. And since his latest return from oblivion, Thanos himself feels…incomplete. Now, the so-called Mad Titan would put both wrongs right. The revelatory waters of the Infinity Well lead Thanos on a new quest, with a once-sworn enemy at his side. A […]

Titans Hunt

After having visions of a Teen Titans team the world has never known, in the aftermath of Convergence, the Titan called Lilith is compelled to set out to warn Dick Grayson, Roy Harper, Donna Troy and an Atlantean named Garth of something dark and sinister that she believes […]

Blue Devil (June 1984 – Dec. 1986)

Blue Devil was created by was created by Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn, and Paris Cullins and first appeared in a special insert published in Fury of Firestorm #24 (June 1984) which led directly into Blue Devil #1, (June 1984) which ran for 32 issues (including 1 Annual). In Blue Devil we […]

The Complete Concrete

A political speech writer is kidnapped by aliens while on a camping trip trying to get over his divorce. He wakes to find himself trapped in a powerful body of stone. Escaping from the aliens he attempts to lead a heroic magnificent life using the strength given by […]

Earth X

From Alex Ross and Jim Krueger comes Earth X, one of a number of planets implanted with a gestating Celestial egg. About ten years after the end of the heroic age, Black Bolt releases the mutagenic Terrigen Mists into Earth’s atmosphere, seeking to transform humanity into Inhumans so that his people would not suffer […]

Animal Man

Written by Grant Morrison and art by Chas Truog, Tom Grummett and Doug Hazlewood This edition collects the bizarre adventures of Animal Man, a second-rate super hero struggling with real-life issues and moral dilemmas. Buddy Baker is a caring husband, devoted father, animal activist and super-powered being. But […]

Hawkworld

Writer/artist Timothy Truman reinvents Hawkman as a brutal member of Thanagar’s police force, in a society split between the decadent ultra-rich and alien immigrants struggling for fortune—and survival! In this graphic novel, Katar Hol is a young police officer on the planet Thanagar, and a child of a privileged family. […]

Magnus, Robot Fighter Volume 1

These beloved tales of science-adventure first ran in 1963 and 1964 and have influenced countless writers and artists throughout the decades. Created by fan-favourite Russ Manning — famous for his spectacular work on the Tarzan newspaper strips of the sixties — Magnus, Robot Fighter was something of his […]

Daredevil: Born Again

The definitive Daredevil tale come back into print, by industry legends Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli! Karen Page, Matt Murdock’s former lover, has traded away the Man Without Fear’s secret identity for a drug fix. Now, Daredevil must find strength as the Kingpin of Crime wastes no time […]

Sandman Vol 4: Season of Mists

This collection begins with an Endless family meeting, wherein Desire taunts Morpheus about his intolerant treatment of a former lover, the African queen ‘Nada’ (“Nada” is “Nothing” in Spanish), whose story formed the prologue to the second collection, The Doll’s House, and Death angers him further by agreeing […]

Sandman Vol. 3 – Dream Country

Volume 3 collects issues #17  to 20 including the wonderful Shakespearian “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” which won a World Fantasy Award for short fiction (the first time a comic had ever done this). The first story, “Calliope,” contains the first reference to Dream’s son Orpheus, who will play […]

JSA – The Golden Age

JSA: The Golden Age combines the 1993 four-issue Elseworlds comic book mini-series by writer James Robinson and artist Paul Smith. Set at the start of one of the darkest periods of U.S. history, the infamous ‘McCarthy Era,’ JSA: THE GOLDEN AGE takes a thought-provoking look at what might have […]