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Lost in the Delta Quadrant, Captain Janeway and the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656 have been seeking a way home for years. But their quest is interrupted by encounters with an astonishing variety of foes - and a few new friends. This collection contains four tales that exemplify all that''s best about the adventures of Voyager: "False Colors", "Avalon Rising", Elite Force", and "Planet Killer".
entertaining and educational tome is a journey through the history of British
comics – from the birth of the 20th century to the ‘80s invasion of American
comics and through to today’s best contemporary artists!
hardcover compendium perfect as a coffee table book or academic encyclopedia,
Masters of British Comics is painstakingly researched. Behind a brand new cover
by superstar artist Brian Bolland, and featuring artwork from a vast number
highly-acclaimed artists carefully scanned from original artwork, Masters of
British Comic Art is the definitive study and celebration of a beloved
Featuring a Who’s Who of talent, including Brian Bolland, Yvonne
Hutton, Dave Gibbons, celebrated greats such as Don Lawrence and lost masters
like Reg Bunn and Shirley Bellwood. Author and 2000 AD artist David Roach takes
us on a journey through time detailing the surprising and fascinating evolution
of the art from its humble beginnings to its current world-conquering status.
An impending psychic apocalypse, mutant vampires, an alien threat on Mars...it’s enough to make a seasoned PSI Judge disillusioned with the job. From the streets of Mega-City One to the outer
fringes of the galaxy – wherever she goes, Cassandra Anderson is sure to find trouble!
With engaging stories from comics’ statesman Alan Grant (Judge Dredd, Batman) and featuring unforgettable artwork from Arthur Ranson (Mazeworld) and Kev Walker (Marvel Zombies), the further adventures of everybody’s favourite psychic judge are not to be missed!
THIS VOLUME INCLUDES THE STORIES
- SHAMBALLA (2000AD progs 700-711)
- BLYTHE SPIRIT (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE 2.08)
- REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINES 2.10-2.11)
- THE WITCH REPORT (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE 2.14)
- THE JESUS SYNDROME (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINES 2.22-2.24)
- CHILDHOODS END (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINES 2.27-2.34)
- THE VOYAGE SEEKER (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE POSTER STORY 2.37)
- POSTCARDS FRO THE EDGE (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINES 2.50-2.60)
- POSTCARD TO MYSELF (JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE 2.73)
- THE MIND OF EDWARD BOTTLEBUM (JUDGE DREDD ANNUAL 1985)
- FISTFUL OF DENIMITE (JUDGE DREDD ANNUAL 1986)
- GOLEM (2000AD ANNUAL 1987)
- A SOLDIER'S TALE (JUDGE DREDD ANNUAL 1988)
THE FINAL CONFLICT BEGINS!
Tomas de Torquemada has escaped back in time and finds himself in 1980s Britain. Here, amidst the rising unemployment and Thatcher-era angst Nemesis’ sworn enemy spreads his own special breed of hatred. But the warlock is not far behind him and the scene is set for the last, definitive battle!
Written by Pat Mills (Sláine) with art by David Roach (Star Wars: Tales of The Jedi), John Hicklenton (Zombie World) and Henry Flint (Judge Dredd) amongst others this third volume in the Nemesis series brings the saga to an explosive conclusion!
THIS VOLUME INCLUDES THE STORIES
- PURITY’S STORY (2000AD progs 558-566)
- DEATHBRINGER (2000AD progs 586-608)
- THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME (2000AD prog 824)
- HAMMER OF THE WARLOCKS (2000AD progs 901-903)
- THE FINAL CONFLICT (2000AD 1165-1173 & 2000)
- WARLOCKS AND WIZARDS (2000AD prog 700)
- THE ENIGMASS VARIATIONS (2000AD progs 723-729)
- BRIDE OF THE WARLOCK (2000AD WINTER SPECIAL 1992)
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Superhuman strength. Virtual invulnerability. Motivated to defend the world from criminals and madmen. Possessing a secret identity. And they even have fashion sense—they look great in long underwear and catsuits. These are the traits that define the quintessential superhero. Their appeal and media presence has never been greater, but what makes them tick? their strengths? weaknesses? secret identities and arch-enemies? The Superhero Book: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Comic-Book Icons and Hollywood Heroes is the comprehensive guide to all those characters whose impossible feats have graced the pages of comic books for the past one hundred years.
From the Golden and Silver Ages to the Bronze and Modern Ages, the best-loved and most historically significant superheroes—mainstream and counterculture, famous and forgotten, best and worst—are all here:
Unique in bringing together characters from Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse, as well as smaller independent houses, The Superhero Book covers the best-loved and historically significant superheroes across all mediums and guises, from comic book, movie, television, and graphic novels. With many photos and illustrations this fun, fact-filled tome is richly illustrated. A bibliography and extensive index add to its usefulness. It is the ultimate A-to-Z compendium of everyone's favorite superheroes, anti-heroes and their sidekicks, villains, love interests, superpowers, and modus operandi.
Mega-City One - A future metropolis PLAGUED BY every crime imaginable. Keeping order are the Judges, a stern police force acting as judge, jury and executioner. Toughest of all is Judge Dredd. He is the law!
Featuring rare thrills from 2000 AD annuals and specials released in the early nineties, experience Dredd stories from talented writers such as Mark Millar (Kick Ass) and Simon Furman (Transformers), and stunning artwork by Cam Kennedy (Star Wars – Dark Empire), Greg Staples (Sláine) and Geoff Senior (Death’s Head) amongst others.