Wednesday, August 27, 2014

NEW OLD KIRBY IN THE SHOPS TODAY

MMW ATLAS ERA TALES OF SUSPENSE TP VOL 01 $29.99
(W/A) Various (CA) Don Heck
    In 1958, Stan Lee stood before the decimated Atlas line. Having gone from editor of a line of dozens of titles to just eight, Stan refocused his efforts on only biggest and best: enter TALES OF SUSPENSE! Anchored by the visual talents Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and Don Heck, this new "big monster" book became part of a creative revival that would change comics forever. Their twist-ending tales featuring Martians, killer robots and massive monsters were the very foundation for what would become Marvel's super-hero House of Ideas. So strap on your tin-foil hat, grab your ray gun, and get ready to dive into one of the most amazing eras of comics' history! Collecting TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #1-10. Reprints 8 Kirby-drawn stories totaling 45 pages of art and 7 Kirby covers

MMW MARVEL RARITIES HC VOL 01 $75.00
(W/A) Various (CA) Larry Lieber
    Experience classic tales featuring mystic hero Dr. Droom, arch-villain Dr. Doom and the cosmic Watcher in one must-have Masterworks collection! Featuring some of the era's greatest talents - Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Roy Thomas and Gene Colan - it's a perfect Masterworks pedigree! This volume will also include a host of amazing extras from the 1960s peak of the Marvel Age - original Marvel Merry Marching Society memorabilia; rare pinups, posters and prints; and more! It's the volume you've dreamed of, so reserve your copy today! Collecting material from AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) #1-5 (16 Kirby pages), TALES OF SUSPENSE #49-58, SILVER SURFER (1968) #1-7, MARVEL SUPER-HEROES (1967) #20 and #23, and ASTONISHING TALES (1970) #1-8.

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  1. The Tales of Suspense Masterwork has already been released. This is a re-issue, and due to the rarety of the material, and the scarcity of the first edition, this might be a very good opportunity to pick it up! The Marvel's Rarities is an odd collection of things that might not fit under other umbrellas. Some of which HAS been issued before, (ex: Silver Surfer 1-7 (1968) unless these are the Tales of the Watcher back-ups. Together with the Astonishing Tales, Dr. Doom story from Marvel Super-Heroes, and other small features) this would be an excellent way to pick up these semi-important stories... particularly the Dr. Doom arcs which advanced his Latvarian world and cast of supporting characters.

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