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Written by Charles Knauf, art by Sami Kivelam, colors by Renato Guerra, cover by Mark Maddox.

Europe, 1940: The twilight of magic and the first steps of modern science as we know it. Hitler's Nazi party sweeps across Europe as the last creatures of myth and magic feed off of mortal suffering. It is time for Midgard's last defender to arise.

What is it? Why is it doing this? When will it come for me? These are questions that the wicked will ask themselves. Questions that only can be answered by The Heap!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Robin Wayne Bailey, Will Murray and David Michelinie, cover by E.M. Gist, edited by Joe Gentile and Howard Hopkins.

Now, the greatest crime-fighter of the 40s returns in a stunning collection of original action-packed tales of adventure, intrigue and revenge and even a chilling showdown with the Lord of Vampires himself!  

See it here...for the first and only time anywhere...these two pulp titans collide... The Avenger meets the uncompromising relentless justice of The Spider! See the never before told origin of The Avenger's personal weapons "Mike" and "Ike"!  

In the roaring heart of the crucible, steel is made. In the raging flame of personal tragedy, men are sometimes forged into something more than human.  Life was bliss for millionaire adventurer Richard Henry Benson until the fateful day crime and greed took away his wife and younger daughter and turned him into something more than human.   

Driven by loss, compelled by grief, he becomes a chilled impersonal force of justice, more machine than man, dedicated to the destruction of evildoers everywhere. A figure of ice and steel, more pitiless than both, Benson has been forged into an avatar of vengeance, possessed of superhuman genius and supernormal power. His frozen face and pale eyes, like ice in a polar dawn, only hint at the terrible force the underworld heedlessly invoked upon itself the day they created... The Avenger!

336 pages, $18.95. (Hardcover $45.95).


The Iron Man Novel by Norvell W. Page, cover painting by Mark Wheatley.

A Return of the Originals Event! The palm of a powerful steel hand touched the brick wall isolating Sutton Place -- and there was a muffled concussion! The Spider saw it emerge from the darkness.... The monster of steel stopped beneath the swaying street light, The Iron Man! Two blank eyes that were plates of glass glared emptily -- and the empty glare of those awful eyes was fixed upon The Spider! This is the legendary epic novel from the December 1939 issue of The Spider magazine featuring the character in power armor with palm blast capability named The Iron Man.

Hardcoverbonus includes the rare original pulp illustrations, as well as a very rarely seen short story where Wentworth first meets Nita!

196 pages, $24.95.


Written by Martin Powell, art by Hannibal King, cover by Dan Brereton.

The Spider faces a mastermind of monstrous power, The Thunder King -- who wields the tempests of the heavens like a scythe, holding New York in a reign of unrelenting terror.  In the flooding avenues below, Nita Van Sloan, the Spider's beloved, alone and against the odds, risks all to save the helpless victims of the drowning city. Plus Operator 5!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Bullock, art by Michael Metcalf, cover by Tom Grindberg.

Before the caped crusader patrolled the streets, before horn head prowled the back alleys, the original dark avenger hunted evil men. The Black Bat is back, and hell's coming with him!

DA Anthony Quinn is sick of watching criminals slip through his fingers due to legal technicalities. When a mobster's attempt to destroy evidence goes horribly wrong, Quinn finds himself blinded by acid and hopelessly broken. Now sightless, Quinn sharpens his other four senses to near superhuman levels and develops a sixth "radar" sense. He vows to work outside the law to do whatever it takes to bring criminals to justice. Plus: Death Angel, the avenging hand of justice. The critically acclaimed new pulp character co-stars in this gritty, noir battle of good versus evil on the mean streets and in the darkest recesses of the human mind.

80 pages, black and white, $8.99.


Written by Chris Mills, art by Jaime Martinez, cover by Woodrow Hinton III.

Deep in the heart of the wild Everglades, a bloodthirsty swamp beast is on the hunt for human prey. But, when reporter Carl Kolchak sets out with a U.S. Marshall to find the creature, he learns - the hard way - that not all monsters are what they seem to be.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rahner and Horton, art by Dan Dougherty.

Agents Wade and Flynn investigate a settlement where a fear-mongering preacher named von Becker has seized control amid a crisis – the dead arising as super-strong and devilishly red-skinned.

32 pages, $3.99; Gore Sketch cover, $4.99.


First heard over National Public Radio, this brand new eight-CD collection presents two complete classic Doc Savage stories, fully dramatized. This first commercial release of this impressive thirteen-episode series - features two exciting multi-part adventures: "Fear Cay", an action-packed adventure in which they pursue the Fountain of Youth Gang to a remote Caribbean island full of booby traps and intrigue. Then, Doc and his team are enmeshed in the atmospheric six-part lost-city thriller, "The Thousand-Headed Man", where they seek a lost expedition in the jungles of Indochina and an ancient treasure guarded by the fantastic Thousand Headed Man.

Also included is a brand new documentary, "The Sound of Bronze: Making 'The Adventures of Doc Savage'", featuring interviews, anecdotes from the cast and crew, and never before revealed details of how the series was conceived and created.

8-CD's, $24.98.

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