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    House Of Secrets #92 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Len Wein, Virgil North (A) Bernie Wrightson & Various (CA) Bernie Wrightson
    DC’s original Swamp Thing made his unforgettable first appearance in this 1971 mystery comic, now reprinted in this new facsimile edition! Now’s your chance to experience writer Len Wein and artist Bernie Wrightson’s first take on DC’s most popular monster, along with several other scary tales.

    Mystery In Space #75 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Gardner Fox (A/CA) Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson
    In this novel-length story, Adam Strange enlists the help of the Justice League of America to help capture his greatest foe, Kanjar Ro! Fans voted this issue “Best Book-Length Story” in 1962.

    Brave And The Bold #28 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Gardner Fox (A) Mike Sekowsky, Bernard Sachs (CA) Mike Sekowsky, Murphy Anderson
    The 1960 epic that first introduced the Justice League of America is reprinted as the World’s Greatest Heroes team up for the first time to battle the threat of Starro the Conqueror!

    Batman Detective Comics #38 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Bill Finger & Various (A) Bob Kane & Various (CA) Bob Kane, Jerry Robinson
    Find out why Batman’s partner in crimefighting was billed as “the sensational character find of 1940” in this special reprint issue that features the first appearance of Robin, the Boy Wonder! Also in this issue: “Spy,” and “Slam Bradley,” both written by Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel; plus the Crimson Avenger, Speed Saunders, and other detective features!

    Wonder Woman #1 1987 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) George Perez, Greg Potter (A) George Perez, Bruce D. Patterson (CA) George Perez
    In the wake of Crisis on Infinite Earths, superstar artist George Pérez began his run on Wonder Woman with a modernized retelling of her origin story, from her creation on Themyscira to Ares’ attack on Man’s World.

    Flash #123 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Gardner Fox (A) Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella (CA) Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson
    The classic tale from 1961 that introduced the concept of the Multiverse to the pages of DC Comics is reprinted here! There’s a crimewave in Central City, and the Flash will need help to stop the villains’ spree-fortunately, help is on the way in the form of the Golden Age Fastest Man Alive, Jay Garrick!

    Batman Detective Comics #475 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Steve Englehart (A/CA) Marshall Rogers, Terry Austin
    In one of his most off-the-wall schemes, The Joker gives the fish of Gotham City their own Joker grins-and then threatens to kill anyone who tries to stop him from collecting on his plan! Offered to coincide with The Joker 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1.

    DC Super Stars #17 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Paul Levitz & Various (A) Joe Staton & Various (CA) Joe Staton, Bob Layton
    This 1977 issue features the debut of Huntress, the untold origin of Green Arrow, and an early adventure of the Legion of Super-Heroes!

    Green Lantern #1 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) John Broome (A) Gil Kane & Various (CA) Gil Kane, Joe Giella
    Hal Jordan’s journey as Green Lantern begins in this facsimile edition of 1960’s Green Lantern #1! As the new Green Lantern of Earth, Hal’s worthiness is tested by the Guardians of Oa in “The Planet of Doomed Men!”-as he’s sent to save the inhabitants of the planet Calor from a beast that lives in a volcano! And in “Menace of the Giant Puppet!,” the Puppet Master forces ordinary citizens to do his criminal bidding-and targets Hal Jordan at the annual Coast City parade!
    Estimated Arrival 5th February 2020

    Green Lantern #85 Facsimile Edition

    R89.00

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    (W) Dennis O’Neil, John Broome (A) Neal Adams & Various (CA) Neal Adams
    In this award-winning tale from 1971, Green Arrow discovers that his former sidekick, Roy Harper, is hooked on heroin! Plus, Sinestro tries to exert mental control over Hal Jordan in a story originally published in Green Lantern #11!