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Perhaps the most famous of all the Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan put on the lantern’s ring for the first time in 1959. A re-envisioning of the original crime-fighting Green Lantern (Alan Scott), created by John Broome in the 1940s, this new Green Lantern was a science fiction adventurer. He battled aliens, giant monsters, wealthy sociopaths out to steal his power ring...and the efforts of his lady love, Carol Ferris, to discover his true identity. As the Green Lantern of the Silver Age of comic books, Hal Jordan captured the imagination of a space-minded society of the ’50s and ’60s. GREEN LANTERN: THE SILVER AGE VOLUME 1 collects the adventures of Hal Jordan as he takes on the responsibility of the ring and the lantern for the first time in SHOWCASE #22-24 and GREEN LANTERN #1-9.
Written by John Broome (THE FLASH, GREEN LANTERN) and Robert Kanigher (SUICIDE SQUAD: THE SILVER AGE) and illustrated by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella, THE FLASH: THE SILVER AGE VOL. 2 collects the era-defining adventures of the Scarlet Speedster. Police scientist Barry Allen always enjoyed the exploits of his favorite comic book crime-fighter, the Flash. But before lightning struck his lab and infused his body with the power of super-speed, he never dreamed he would follow in his heroÕs footsteps! Fortunately for comics fans everywhere, thatÕs exactly what happenedÑand when DCÕs revitalized Flash burst onto newsstands in 1956, he opened the door to a new age of excitementÑa Silver Age of superheroes, spearheaded by legendary DC editor Julius Schwartz and his titanically talented team of creative collaborators. Now, for the first time, these groundbreaking Flash stories are available in an all-new series of comprehensive Omnibus editions. Collects THE FLASH #117-132.
More than 300 pages of the famous super-teamÕs inaugural exploits! Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. The Flash. Green Lantern. Aquaman. The Martian Manhunter. Green Arrow. As individuals, their names are legend. Together, they are even greater than the sum of their parts. They are the Justice League of America, and they stand for truth, justice and the American way! Since they were first commissioned by renowned DC Comics editor Julius Schwartz in 1960, the Justice League has thrilled audiences across the globe in tales that span time and space. Collects THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #28-30, JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1-8 and MYSTERY IN SPACE #75, and includes the classic tales ÒDoom of the Star Diamond,Ó ÒThe Slave Ship of SpaceÓ and ÒStarro the Conqueror!Ó
A new series begins, collecting the complete adventures of Green Lantern from his earliest appearances in the late 1950s in chronological order as they originally appeared. The adventures begin with the origin of Earth's Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, as he inherits the power ring of his fallen predecessor, Abin Sur. Before long, Green Lantern faces strange foes from lost worlds, as well as the deadly Weaponers of Qward, and starts to unravel the mysteries of his own Power Battery. Collects SHOWCASE #22-24 and GREEN LANTERN #1-3.
Well and truly established in Central City, the Flash patrols the streets at speeds faster than the human eye can see. He protects the citizens from the super-villains Abra Kadabra, Captain Cold, Mirror Master, the Pied Piper, Heat Wave, Trickster, Weather Wizard, Captain Boomerang, the Shade and the Breakaway Bandit. Also included in this collection: the first appearance of the Reverse-Flash, Eobard Thawne, and the first appearance of Kid Flash's unique costume. These expeditious epics, which mark the true beginning of a Rogues Gallery that would become a beloved aspect of the Flash's world and his race against injustice, are gathered for the first time in this expansive collection. THE FLASH: THE SILVER AGE OMNIBUS VOL 2 collects all of the Scarlet Speedster's tales from THE FLASH #133-163 and includes a foreword by veteran comics writer Tom Peyer.
Focusing especially on American comic books and graphic novels from the 1930s to the present, this massive four-volume work provides a colorful yet authoritative source on the entire history of the comics medium. • Provides historical context within individual entries that allows readers to grasp the significance of that entry as it relates to the broader history and evolution of comics • Includes coverage of international material to frame the subsets of American and British comics within a global context • Presents information that will appeal and be of use to general readers of comics and supply coverage detailed enough to be of significant value to scholars and teachers working in the field of comics
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