Batgirl: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 1
Batgirl: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol.
Batgirl’s Bronze Age tales are collected in their entirety, beginning here in BATGIRL: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1! Batgirl started her vigilante career when mild-mannered librarian Barbara Gordon, daughter of famed police commissioner Jim Gordon, attended a costume party gone awry. It wasn’t long before the teenage genius crime-fighter became a regular feature of Batman’s world and an icon to generations of young readers. Beginning with the million-dollar debut of Barbara Gordon in 1967, BATGIRL: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1 collects Batgirl features from DETECTIVE COMICS, BATMAN and BATMAN FAMILY through the mid-1970s and features writers and artists Frank Robbins, Elliot S. Maggin, Don Heck, Mike Grell, Carmine Infantino, Gardner Fox, Gil Kane, Bob Rozakis and more. Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #359, #363, #369, #371, #384, #385, #388, #389, #392, #393, #396, #397, #400, #401, #404-424; BATMAN #197; and BATMAN FAMILY #1, #3-7, #9-11. The story of one the greatest comics characters of all time begins here!
- Brand: DC Comics
- ASIN: 1401276407
Swamp Thing: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 1
Swamp Thing: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol.
Now, all of the Swamp Thing’s early adventures are collected for the first time in SWAMP THING: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS. This hardcover edition includes never-before-collected issues SWAMP THING #14-24, SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #1-19 (Alan Moore started with #20) and SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING ANNUAL#1 and features work from comics legends Len Wein, Bernie Wrightson, Nestor Redondo, Martin Pasko, Tom Yeates, Stephen Bissette, John Totleben and more! Deep in the bayous of Louisiana, far from civilization’s grasp, a shadowed creature seen only in fleeting glimpses roils the black waters…a twisted, vegetative mockery of a man…a SWAMP THING! One of the most acclaimed creations to emerge from the Bronze Age of Comics, this shambling, muck-encrusted figure swiftly became one of DC’s iconic characters, and his shocking stories are universally hailed as some of the finest tales of gothic horror in the history of American comics. Collects THE HOUSE OF SECRETS #92, SWAMP THING #1-24, THE SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #1-19 and THE SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING ANNUAL #1.
- ASIN: 1401273785
The Bronze Age of DC Comics
The Bronze Age of DC
On December 15, 1978, the dreams of generations of American children finally came true. “You’ll believe a man can fly” read the posters and billboards for the blockbuster film Superman. The hugely popular movie cemented the role of the Super Hero as America’s most enduring archetype, and the comic book as one of the country’s most significant native art forms.That art form, however, was already moving in a new direction. Influenced by the emergence of underground comics and shifting political tides, DC Comics’ line of comics was increasingly aimed at adults, and sold in comic book shops, rather than on newsstands. Socially relevant subjects such as racism and women’s rights had entered the mainstream, and comics weren’t just for kids anymore.This reader-friendly sized edition explores the evolution into the Bronze Age of DC with a careful curation and expansion of material from TASCHEN's XL book, 75 Years of DC Comics, winner of the Eisner Awards, the Oscars of the comic world. Bountiful images bring the story lines, characters and creators to life, alongside an original interview with Green Lantern/Green Arrow writer Denny O’Neil.
- Brand: Paul Levitz
- ASIN: 3836535793
X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga (Uncanny X-Men (1963-2011))
Batman: The Brave & the Bold: The Bronze Age Vol. 1 (Batman in the Brave and the Bold: the Bronze Age)
Batman: The Brave & the Bold: The Bronze
The late ’60s marked the height of Batmania, when fans of the Batman television series and the comic books couldn’t get enough of the Caped Crusader. His appearances on covers meant higher sales, so it was decreed Batman would take up permanent residence in THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD. His courage was never questioned, and he fearlessly teamed up with the most daring partners from across the DC Universe at a time when such crossovers were rare. These groundbreaking stories featured some of Batman’s greatest team-ups with such legendary characters as Wonder Woman, the Flash, Deadman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, the Teen Titans and others, all by some of the foremost comics talent of the Bronze Age—Neal Adams, Jim Aparo, Bob Haney, Dick Giordano and Dennis O’Neil, to name a few. BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 1 collects the first stories of Batman’s epic run on the series—THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #74-109—and includes a foreword by comics editor Robert Greenberger.
- ASIN: 1401275176
Posterazzi Bronze Boar Iron Age C. 1200 B.C. Artist Unknown Sculpture Poster Print, (18 x 24)
Posterazzi Bronze Boar Iron Age C. 1200 B.C.
Bronze Boar Iron Age C. 1200 B.C. Artist Unknown Sculpture is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.
- Brand: Posterazzi
- ASIN: B00PIHDYF8