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Written by Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin and Raymond Marais, penciled by Bill Everett, Dan Adkins, Gene Colan, John Buscema, Marie Severin and Werner Roth, cover by John Buscema.

After a five-year drought, it's time for Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner to come ashore with a second spectacular Masterworks offering. One of Marvel's oldest and most storied characters, the Sub-Mariner protects the undersea kingdom of Atlantis from the threats of the murky deep, and from those pesky pink-skinned land lubbers!

In this volume, you'll be treated to the amazing illustration of Namor's creator, Bill Everett, as he brings his unmatched ability to craft action and adventure in all things aquatic. You'll also be graced by the first scripts of heir apparent to the scripting crown of Atlantis, Roy Thomas, as he builds the foundation for the Sub-Mariner's leap into his very own solo series! With head-to-head battles with the Hulk, guest art by Gene Colan and the first of John Buscema's classic run on the character, you'll need an aqualung not to be drowned out by the majesty of this Masterworks!

Collecting Tales to Astonish #88-101, Iron Man & Sub-Mariner #1 and Sub-Mariner #1.

240 pages, $54.99.


Written by Stan Lee, penciled and cover by Jack Kirby, variant cover by Ladronn.

With all that Stan Lee and Jack Kirby accomplished in their first 30 issues of Fantastic Four, who would have thought they were just warming up? Well, True Believers, now it's time to jump into the fire because the second 30 are where they really start to turn up the heat!

Their achievements reflect the boundless energy of two creators at the top of their game with each issue, character and creation building upon and exceeding the scope of the last. It's a list of accomplishments unparalleled in the history of comics: the origin of Dr. Doom; the Frightful Four; the Wedding of Reed Richards and Sue Storm; the Inhumans; the first appearance of the Silver Surfer; the Galactus Saga; the debut of the world's first black super hero, the Black Panther; the cosmic clash between the FF, the Surfer and Dr. Doom; and, of course, "This Man, This Monster!" ­ the story widely regarded as the greatest FF tale of all!

Collecting the greatest stories from the World's Greatest Comics Magazine in one, massive collector's edition that has been painstakingly restored and recolored from the sharpest material in the Marvel Archives. With critical essays on the Lee/Kirby collaboration and bonus features a-plenty, this book is nothing short of a cornerstone to the Marvel Universe!

Collecting Fantastic Four #31-60 and Annual #2-4.

832 pages, $99.99.


Written, art and cover by Alan Davis.

In the not-so-distant future, Martians have invaded our world and laid waste to our civilization! Now, only Jonathan Raven -- the gladiator known as Killraven -- and his band of Freemen stand between Earth and utter annihilation! Collecting Killraven #1-6.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Mark Millar, penciled by Greg Land and Mitch Breitweiser, cover by Land.

This deluxe hardcover collects Ultimate Fantastic Four Vol. 5: Crossover and Ultimate Fantastic Four Vol. 6: Frightful, plus extras. In Crossover, it's the rise of the Marvel Zombies! Even in their short careers, the Ultimate FF have seen a lot of amazing things ­ but nothing will prepare them for the world they're about to enter! Reed Richards has used his scientific genius to contact an Earth in a surprisingly familiar parallel dimension ­ and he's ready to visit! Plus: The shocking secret of the Storm family is finally revealed! Locked away at the bottom of the ocean for 5,000 years, Namor the Sub-Mariner's Atlantean tomb has been breached; now, he's back to rule a planet. This is a Namor you've never seen before with a vastly different agenda. This is Ultimate Namor! Learn about the ties between Atlantis, the Ultimate Inhumans and the super-races that existed before man ruled the Earth! And in Frightful, guilt-ridden Reed Richards attempts to undo his greatest failure by using time travel to fix the snag that caused the teleportation accident that resulted in Ben Grimm becoming the Thing. If it works, Ben will be Ben and the Thing will never have existed. And neither will the FF. Be careful what you wish for! Plus: the awesome return of Dr. Doom! The zombiefied FF escape from their Baxter Building prison! The deadly debut of the Frightful Four! Johnny Storm finds out he has only 28 days to live! And that's all just for starters! Collecting Ultimate Fantastic Four #21-32.

296 pages, $29.99.


Written by Greg Pak Penciled by Carlo Pagulayan, Aaron Lopresti, Juan Santacruz, Gary Frank, Takeshi Miyazawa, cover by Marc Silvestri.

Savage alien planet. Oppressed barbarian tribes. Corrupt emperor. Deadly woman warrior. Gladiators and slaves. Battle axes and hand blasters. Monsters and heroesŠand the Incredible Hulk! Let the smashing commence! This deluxe hardcover collects the entire Planet Hulk saga, plus extras! Collecting Incredible Hulk #92-105, Giant Size Hulk #1 and the "Mastermind Excello" story from Amazing Fantasy #15.

392 pages, $39.99.


Written by Keith Giffen, Christos Gage and Stuart Moore, penciled by Andrea Di Vito, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Mike Mckone and Scott Kolins, cover by Gabriele Dell'Otto.

The epic collection of the cosmic event concludes! One empire has fallen. Two heroes are dead. It all comes together here! Individually, the Silver Surfer, Super-Skrull, Ronan and Nova have faced down the Annihilation Wave...and lost! Now, they must unite those who remain or die by Annihilus' hand! The Annihilation has only begun! Plus: Get caught up on all of the players in the Annihilation event -- Annihilus, Nova, Ronan, the Silver Surfer, the Super-Skrull, Thanos and more -- courtesy of the Xandarian Worldmind files of the Nova Corps! Collecting Annihilation #1-6, Annihilation: Heralds of Galactus #1-2 and the Annihilation: The Nova Corps Files handbook.

304 pages, $29.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, pencils by Roger Cruz, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

For millions of years, mankind's place on Earth was unchallenged -- until five young people paved the way for a new kind of human. While students at the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Angel, Beast and Iceman taught the world what it meant to be X-Men. These are the hidden stories of the team that laid the foundation of a mutant dynasty! Collecting X-Men: First Class #1-8.

184 pages, $24.99.


Written by Robert Kirkman, penciled and cover by Phil Hester.

Introducing the world's worst super hero! When a low-level S.H.I.E.L.D. agent gets a hold of Hank Pym's new Ant-Man suit, you know the Marvel Universe is in trouble. He's not concerned with saving the world or helping others. He's concerned with getting through the day and getting a leg up on life. He's not going to use his powers responsibly, he's going to use them for the betterment of himself. He's Ant-Man, a new "hero" for the modern world. If you thought Robert Kirkman pushed the boundaries of what could be in a Marvel Comic with Marvel Zombies just wait until you see what he does in here! Collecting Irredeemable Ant-Man #1-6.

144 pages, $9.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Juan Santacruz, cover by Cameron Stewart.

Facing the foes no single super hero could withstand! When global threats surface, they must contend with the combined might of: Captain America! Storm! Iron Man! The Hulk! Giant-Girl! Wolverine! Spider-Man! It's all-ages action in the Mighty Marvel Manner! Featuring M.O.D.O.C., the Black Knight, Morgan Lefay, the Serpent Society and Ego the Living Planet! Collecting Marvel Adventures The Avengers #9-12.

96 pages, $6.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Mark Brooks, Stuart Immonen and Frazer Iving, cover by Salvador Larroca.

The FF are pulled into a madman's scheme when those closest to them are drawn back through time as a lure to get the foursome to follow. And what awaits them in the year 1483 is a man with a quest to transform the world -- literally. Meet the alchemist supreme: Ultimate Diablo! And his plans for the Fantastic Four aren't pretty. Plus: Something strange has happened at Nursery Two, the Baxter Building's Think Tank counterpart in Oregon. It's disappeared, seemingly swallowed up by the earth itself! And if you think that heralds the return of the macabre Mole Man, go to the head of the class! Collecting Ultimate Fantastic Four #39-41 and Annual #2.

112 pages, $12.99.


Written by Mark Millar, pencils and covers by Bryan Hitch.

Tony and Natasha are on the eve of their wedding -- but when Nick Fury makes his move against the mysterious traitor that's been plaguing the team, the Ultimates will never be the same! Also, Captain America and Wasp hit a serious snag in their relationship. Is this the end for the Ultimate Universe's hottest couple? Is this the beginning of the end for the Ultimates? Despite all the globe-girdling surveillance information and awesome firepower of S.H.I.E.L.D. and its super-powered army, the unthinkable has happened! An unknown enemy with unimaginable power and an unstoppable force of will is at our shores. Will hope rise from the ashes of defeat? Collecting Ultimates 2 #7-13.

232 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Daniel Knauf, Charlie Knauf and Christos Gage, penciled By Alex Maleev, Mike Perkins, Patrick Zircher and Jeremy Haun, cover by Adi Granov.

Tales of suspense ripped from the pages of Civil War! First, get inside the mind of Tony Stark, and learn why he feels superhuman registration is necessary ­ and why he's taken it upon himself to lead the charge for its implementation! Big changes are in store for Iron Man in the post-Civil War landscape, and the build-up begins here! Plus: In the midst of Civil War, Captain America and Iron Man meet secretly, one last time, to see if there's any hope of working things out before further tragedy occurs. How could these two men, once the closest of friends and staunchest of allies, end up leading opposing armies in the conflict tearing apart the Marvel Universe? And finally, two of the Marvel heroes most affected by the shocking conclusion of the war get together one last time in a heart-wrenching finale that cannot be missed. What is said between them will set the course of the Marvel Universe for years to come. This is the confession. Collecting Iron Man #13-14, and the Iron Man/Captain America: Casualties Of War and Civil War: The Confession one-shots.

112 pages, $11.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Warren Ellis, Paul Jenkins, Dan Slott, Michael Avon Oeming, Matt Fraction, Robert Kirkman, Ty Templeton and Marc Guggenheim, penciled by Marc Silvestri, Tom Raney, Paul Smith, Leinil Francis Yu, David Aja, Phil Hester, Scott Kollins and Ty Templeton, cover by Marc Silvestri.

Civil War is encompassing the entire Marvel Universe, and the effects of the war are being felt by every hero, villain and civilian. In Civil War: Choosing Sides, five stories shine a spotlight on the wildcards and impact players whose part in the Civil War has yet to be told -- including Daredevil/Iron Fist, U.S. Agent, the Irredeemable Ant-Man, Venom and even...Howard the Duck!? In Civil War: The Return, two of the universe's greatest heroes are confronted with pasts they can't leave behind in two heart-rendering tales. On Earth, the Sentry confronts his inner demons as the shadows of past and future battles tear him apart. Within the Negative Zone, the walls of 42 are pulled back to reveal the return of one of the Marveldom's greatest heroes. In She-Hulk, Civil War threatens the rights of every American super hero. So whose side will Marvel's top superhuman lawyer fight for? And how can she possibly choose, when she feels one way as She-Hulk, and another as Jen Walters? And in Civil War: The Initiative, the post-war Marvel Universe begins here! The war is over! Let the healing begin! Debuting the all new Iron Man, Omega Flight, Mighty Avengers, New Avengers and Thunderbolts! Collecting Civil War: Choosing Sides, Civil War: The Return, She-Hulk #8 And Civil War: The Initiative.

128 pages, $11.99.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski, with pencils and cover by Tommy Lee Edwards.

World War II. America needs a super soldier. Only one man possesses the formula to create the perfect fighting machine from volunteer Steve Rogers. But when a deadly bullet kills Dr. Erskine along with his bodyguard, M.P. Ben Parker, Steve's destiny -- and that of the Marvel Universe -- is changed forever. Collecting Bullet Points #1-5.

144 pages, $13.99.


Written by Stuart Moore, Rob Williams and David Lapham, penciled By C.P. Smith, Laurence Campbell & David Aja, cover by Aja.

The feral X-Man fights alone in four standalone stories! In "The Package," Logan must escape from an army of savage killers deep in the heart of war-torn Africa ­ with a baby strapped to his chest! The infant daughter of an overthrown monarch is the only hope for a country's future, and the conquering warlord is determined to see her dead. Can Wolverine get her to the border alive? Or will his greatest failure doom an entire nation? In "Better To Give...," a heavily armed suicide cult -- clad in elf outfits -- has taken hostage a mid-Manhattan department store on Christmas Eve and is threatening to blow the place sky high. Among the shoppers: Logan, who's just itching to sink his (Santa) claws into someone after enduring the Yuletide rush. Should be easy for a damn-near invulnerable force of nature to save the day, right? Think again. All is not as it seems, as a spoiled billionaire's daughter is about to find out, and the true meaning of Christmas will be spelt blood. In "The House of Blood and Sorrow," Wolverine lies at the edge of death in a rural Nebraska cornfield after crashing to Earth in the wake of a clash with a giant robot at the edge of the atmosphere, lapsing in and out of a coma as his body desperately tries to heal. And that's when things really get bad. The men who sent the robot to destroy Wolverine have come to finish the job. The townsfolk who witnessed the crash have gathered up a mob to hunt down and destroy the alien that's landed. And Wolverine's fate just might rest in the hands of the strange little girl who first found him in that dark cornfield. A strange little girl with an affinity for taking care of odd creatures ­ and whose family holds a deep, dark secret hidden from the light of day. And in "The Healing," Logan lies gutted in a Northwest forest, surrounded by wolves and clinging onto hope and sanity as his body goes about the complicated work of repairing itself. It's not as easy as you might think. Collecting Wolveriner #41 and #49, Giant-Size Wolverine #1, and X-Men Unlimited #12.

120 pages, $13.99.


Written by Carlos Pacheco, Rafael Marin and Karl Kesel, penciled by Jorge Pereira Lucas, Jose Ladronn and Mark Bagley, cover by Mike Wieringo,

The incredible Inhumans have long been allies to the FF in defending the Earth, but what happens when they leave it? And what awaits them when they come back? See for yourself in a saga where treachery, intrigue and buried secrets reach from the depths of space to deep within Inhuman history! Guest-starring Ronan and Starlord of Annihilation! Collecting Inhumans (2000) #1-4 and Fantastic Four #51-54.

192 pages, $19.99.


Written by John Byrne, Roger Stern and Bob Layton, penciled by John Byrne, John Buscema and Jackson Guice, cover by John Byrne.

Innovative eighties action! The World's Greatest Super-Team joins Earth's Mightiest Heroes when the FF and Avengers converge in the midst of an alien civil war that changes the face of the entire Skrull Empire! Then both teams return to Earth, where the FF inadvertently resurrects one of Marvel mutantdom's mightiest! Collecting Fantastic Four #285-286 and Annual #19, Avengers #263 and Annual #14, and X-Factor #1.

208 pages, $24.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, Peter David, Jimmie Robinson, David Hine and Rick Remender, penciled by Aaron Lopresti, Khoi Pham, Carmine Digiandomenico, David Yardin and Dave Wilkens, cover by Aaron Lopresti.

Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" In "The Other," Peter Parker returned from the dead and embraced his "inner spider." But what if he had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man? "Disassembled" was the darkest day in Avengers history. But what if the greatest threat had gone undetected? Hydra made Wolverine an "Enemy of the State." But what if the world's deadliest killing machine was never de-programmed? In "Deadly Genesis," Professor X sent a secret squad of young mutants to the living island, Krakoa, in an ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men before he formed the now-famous All-New, All-Different team. But what if this second team had survived? Attempting to slay Magneto Legion accidentally killed Professor X, giving rise to the "Age of Apocalypse." But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the onslaught of Apocalypse? Collecting What If? Avengers Disassembled, Spider-Man The Other, Wolverine Enemy Of The State, X-Men Age Of Apocalypse and X-Men Deadly Genesis.

176 pages, $16.99.


Written by Fabian Nicieza, penciled and cover by Tom Grummett.

The Civil War gave Zemo a chance to amass a super-villain army ­ and now he is ready to unleash that fighting force on the Grandmaster, who plans to release an energy force across the planet that will lead to victory in his cosmic game of good and evil. But in this fight, who is good and who is evil? When the dust settles and the Guardian Protocols are enacted, the T-Bolts will never be the same again! Collecting Thunderbolts #106-109.

96 pages, $10.99.


Written by Jim Krueger and Alex Ross, penciled by Dougie Braithwaite, Bill Reinhold, Steve Pugh, Steve Yeowell and Bill Sienkiewicz, cover by Alex Ross.

In Earth X, Captain America, the Fantastic Four, Thor, the Hulk and the X-Men discovered that their purpose - and the meaning of all super heroes and mutated people in the universe -- was nothing more than to protect their host planet, in this case Earth, from outside invasion. They learned super heroes are merely biological antibodies to protect a growing embryo within the Earth. An embryo for the Celestial race: This is the way these Gods fought back -- only to cause a terrible ecological imbalance, a rift at its core that in time would wipe out all life on the planet. In Universe X, Captain Marvel was reborn on Earth years after his death. But he also still claimed to walk in the realm of the unliving, where Earth's fallen champions still exist. Mar-Vell led a team of heroes in a quest for the greatest weapons of mass destruction on Earth, suggesting this would limit the destruction caused by the growing power struggle on the planet. But this was not the only reason. For his crusade on Earth only supported and armed a battle he fought in the realm of the fallen, a battle against Death herself. Those living champions who died in his collection of artifacts were added to the battle raging in this other realm. Mar-Vell led a charge against Death and killed her. But now that Death is dead, no one will ever die again. They may writhe in pain in hospitals because their bodies have been broken beyond repair, but they will not die. They will call out for an end to their suffering. They will cry out for peace but there will be no answer. Paradise will be denied them. Yes. Death is truly dead. Long live the living. Collecting Paradise X #0-5, Paradise X: Xen and Heralds #1-3.

304 pages, $29.99.


Written by Marv Wolfman, Roger Slifer, Tom Defalco, David Anthony Kraft, Ralph Macchio, John Byrne, Peter Gillis, Alan Kupperberg, Bill Mantlo, Mary Jo Duffy, Steven Grant and Jim Starlin, penciled by Ron Wilson, John Buscema, Ernie Chan, Sal Buscema, Bob Hall, Alan Kupperberg, Chic Stone, Frank Miller and Jim Craig, cover by George Pérez

Cosmic calamities, espionage, black magic, time travel, alien gangsters and martial-arts madness: Benjamin J. Grimm can handle it all, but he won't have to face it alone! Stars old and new shine when the thunderous Thing joins them against many of the most magnificent menaces the Marvel Universe can offer! Invasions, impersonations, assassinations and transformations! Plus: when heroes play poker! Guest-starring Captain America, Daredevil, Ms. Marvel, the Black Panther, Moon Knight, Spider-Woman and more! Collecting Marvel Two-in-One #26-52 and Annual #2-3.

568 pages, $16.99.


Written by Stan Lee, John Byrne and Steve Englehart, penciled by John Byrne, Marshall Rogers, Joe Staton and Ron Lim, cover by John Byrne.

After years of Earthbound exile, the Silver Surfer soars the seas of space once more and finds plenty of peril awaiting when the Elders of the Universe try something new: all-out war on Galactus! Plus: space piracy, intergalactic war, doppelgangers and the Surfer caught in an interstellar love triangle! Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, the Eternals, and Annihilation's Ronan and Super-Skrull! Plus: a rare glimpse of a path not traveled on an alternate Earth! Collecting Silver Surfer (1982) #1, Silver Surfer (1987) #1-18 and Annual #1 and Marvel Fanfare #51.

584 pages, $16.99.

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