The latest volume of tales from the comic based on the hit Cartoon Network series is here TIES THAT BIND collects JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED #16-22, and follows the Justice League to the deepest reaches of outer space, traveling back in time to the Old West, celebrating Christmas, and more
- Back in print Mark Grayson is just like most everyone else his age. The only major difference being that his dad is the most powerful superhero on the planet And, Mark seems to be inheriting his father's powers See Mark thwart super-villains, alien invasions and all sorts of craziness, as he gets the hang of all this super-heroing stuff.
'The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.' With those words, millions of readers were introduced to Stephen King's Roland - an implacable gunslinger in search of the enigmatic Dark Tower. Now, in a comic book Roland's past is revealed
Batman and his allies continue the battle to regain Gotham from it's warring gangs. But now an even more insidious danger looms, and the harbinger of this shadowy threat is the one man to have broken the Bat-Bane.
As the controversial sealing-off of post-earthquake Gotham City from the rest of the world nears a resolution, a new threat arises for those trapped within. His name is Lex Luthor, and his aambition is to own Gotham.
The landscape of the Marvel Universe is changing, and it's time to choose: Whose side are you on? A conflict has been brewing from more than a year, threatening to pit friend against friend, brother against brother - and all it will take is a single misstep to cost thousands their lives and ignite the fuse.
In terms of both words and images, the American comic book had a tremendous impact on popular culture. Comics could be funny and cute, or they could be bizarre, morbid, risque (acute accent), violent, and bursting with the subconscious desires of youth culture. "The Classic Era of American Comics is a celebration of the golden era of American comics and the wonderful art and stories it produced. This volume takes a look at the pioneers of the comic book and the industry's founding connections with sleazy pulp magazines; the campaign for censorship in the fifties; the unstable and oftentimes unfair relationship between artists and publishers--how comic artists' work wasn't considered art at the time; and, of course, the exciting comics themselves.
"The Classic Era of American Comics covers all of the genres--superheroes, westerns, crime, horror, war, science fiction, girl comics, animal characters, and more. It is vibrantly illustrated with more than 400 stunning color images and includes a foreword by Joe Kubert, editor of Sgt. Rock, illustrator of Hawkman, and producer of Fax from Sarajevo.