We’ve seen the new Kamandi exquisite corpse of a comic book. We know there’s a Fourth World Omnibus – possibly the biggest book DC Comics has ever published. But it doesn’t stop there, for celebrating the 100th birthday year of the late Jack Kirby. Here are some more books that DC are publishing for close to his birthday.
Jack Kirby’s Mister Miracle (New Edition)
26 September $29.99 300 pages
Spinning off of THE FOURTH WORLD comes JACK KIRBY’S MISTER MIRACLE!
As part of the NEW GODS saga, JACK KIRBY’S MISTER MIRACLE focuses on Scott Free’s attempt to escape his past and create his own future. Raised on the war-ravaged world of Apokolips, Scott became a master escape artist in order to flee his planet and fight in the epic battle against his former home world’s tyrant, Darkseid. Taking on the persona of Mister Miracle and fighting alongside the love of his life, Big Barda, Scott proves that a man, not his upbringing, determines his destiny.
Created by the legendary Jack Kirby, this graphic novel collection comes back after being out of print for years! Collects all 18 issues of MISTER MIRACLE!
Jack Kirby’s The Demon
17 October $29.99 300 pages
After co-creating comic book heroes such as THE FANTASTIC FOUR and THE HULK, legendary writer/artist Jack Kirby came to DC Comics in 1970 to write and illustrate several characters, including Etrigan the Demon! Now these adventures are collected here in one graphic novel with JACK KIRBY’S THE DEMON!
Collecting the entire, original 16-issue series from the early 1970s, part man, part elemental fury, Etrigan the Demon was bound to Jason Blood by Merlin to defend Camelot, only to become a demonologist in the modern-day DC Universe. This yellow-skinned creature became a mainstay in DC publications going forward in stories none more notable than Kirby’s original run!
Finally collected in paperback for the first time ever, this new collection is a must-have for any Jack Kirby fan!
Jack Kirby’s Challengers of the Unknown
21st November $29.99 300 pages
Now collected in paperback for the first time ever, the complete tales of the intrepid explorers in JACK KIRBY’S CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN!
From the late 1950s, these are the original tales of four death defying adventurers and their impossible, unimaginable exploits. After surviving the crash of a small aircraft, test pilot Ace Morgan, daredevil Red Ryan, heavyweight boxing champ Rocky Davis and marine scientist Professor Haley unite as The Challengers of The Unknown. Their mission: to explore the unexplainable for the good of mankind. This beautiful hardcover edition tells the earliest adventurers of these four adventurers as they encounter powerful aliens, deadly robots, and creatures of unknown origins, including a mysterious “star stone” that bestows super-powers, a space circus, monsters from space, a planet populated by robots and more.
Now in one amazing volume collecting SHOWCASE #6, #7, #11 and #12 and CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #1-8, these are the original 1950s tales of four death defying adventurers and their incredible exploits!
Super Powers Vol. 1
23 January 2018 $34.99 368 pages
In 1984, legendary writer/artist Jack Kirby co-wrote and illustrated tales of the Justice League of America in the miniseries SUPER POWERS. Now, for the first time, DC collects all three SUPER POWERS miniseries in a single hardcover, with stories co-written by Kirby cover art by Kirby, and six stories featuring the powerful art of the King of Comics. These tales pit the JLA—including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, and more against the forces of Darkseid, lord of Apokolips. These stories are the only time in his long career that Kirby would draw the Justice League, elevating these stories to legendary status.
Collects SUPER POWERS Vol. 1 #1-5, SUPER POWERS Vol. 2 #1-6 and SUPER POWERS Vol. 3 #1-4, originally published from 1984-1986.
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