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CHARLTON ACTION HEROES BUNDLE

Relive the Silver and Bronze Age appearances of the super-heroes of Charlton (and now, DC) Comics, with a special bundle containing Back Issue #79 and Alter Ego #106! First, former editor Dick Giordano takes you through the 1960s Silver Age, from his Charlton "Action-Hero" era to his first stint at DC, with art by STEVE DITKO, Pat Boyette, Pete Morisi, Frank Mclaughlin, Jim Aparo, Gil Kane, and others! Then it's on to the 1970s-80s Bronze age use of the characters at DC Comics, with Dave Gibbons on Charlton's Watchmen connection, Len Wein and Paris Cullins on their Blue Beetle work, Cary Bates and Pat Broderick's Captain Atom, and a look at the fabled Blockbuster Weekly, DC's unrealized Charlton heroes project!

MARVEL COMICS IN THE 1980S SC

(W) Pierre Comtois (A) Various (CA) Na

The third volume in Pierre Comtois' heralded series covers Marvel's final historical phase, when the movement begun by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and STEVE DITKO moved into a darker 1980s era that has yet to run its course. Covers comics such as the Chris Claremont/John Byrne X-Men, Frank Miller's Daredevil, the New Universe, Roger Stern's Avengers and Spider-Man, dark heroes like Wolverine and the Punisher, and more are all covered, in the analytic detail, and often irreverent manner, readers have come to expect from the previous 1960s and 1970s volumes.

MARVEL MASTERS OF SUSPENSE LEE & DITKO OMNIBUS HC #1

(W) Stan Lee (A) STEVE DITKO (CA) STEVE DITKO

Before Stan Lee and STEVE DITKO revolutionized comics heroes with Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, they applied their incomparable storytelling to taut suspense thrillers! Chilling stories cast with nervous-eyed dreamers and sweaty-palmed schemers, none of whom make it out without getting theirs. These parables of wrenching psychological tension, crafted by two of comics' most creative minds, will leave you curled up and screaming for more! Marvel is honored to collect Lee and Ditko's complete Silver Age stories of suspense in two beautifully restored Omnibus volumes - from Ditko's very first Marvel work in 1956 to his last five-page masterpiece! Collecting material from JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) #33, #38 and #50-73; STRANGE TALES (1951) #46, #50 and #67-91; TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) #1-26; TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #1-15 and #17-24; STRANGE WORLDS #1-5; WORLD OF FANTASY #16-19; AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) #1-6; JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS #45 and #51; MYSTERY TALES #40, #45 and #47; TWO-GUN WESTERN (1956) #4; WORLD OF SUSPENSE #2; MARVEL TALES (1949) #147; SPELLBOUND (1952) #29; STRANGE TALES OF THE UNUSUAL #5; ASTONISHING #53; WORLD OF MYSTERY #3 and #6; BATTLE #63; and GUNSMOKE WESTERN #66. All Ages

SPIDER-MAN TP SINISTER SIX

(W) Stan Lee (A) STEVE DITKO (CA) Erik Larsen

With six, you get chaos! While still in high school, the Amazing Spider-Man faced one of his most chilling challenges when a sextet of his most nerve-racking nemeses formed a cabal of crime: the Sinister Six! Already tough enough individually, Doctor Octopus, Mysterio, the Sandman, the Vulture, Electro and Kraven gave Spidey a run for his money that he never forgot! Now, years later, Doc Ock has reunited the team for his most remarkable racket yet, and time has made them deadlier than ever - even as it's made Spider-Man's life more complicated! With the Hobgoblin joining their villainous ranks, can Spidey teach the Six a lesson, or will they school him instead? Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, the Avengers and more! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #334-339 and ANNUAL #1. Rated T