This amazing, action packed collection of The Spirit features issues numbers 1, 2 and 3. In issue number 1, Wanted Dead or Alive, we join masked crusader, detective Denny Colt, in the following tales of adventure and crime fighting... A knife out of nowhere turns The Spirit from the hunter to the hunted in "Wanted for Murder". The country's most wanted criminal leads The Spirit on a chase through a war zone in "Tony Zacco, Public Enemy No. 1". Police woman Ellen Dolan follows a sexy fashionista and finds a fight in "Dressed to Kill". The Spirit wastes no time running down a killer in "A Clock Stops". Evil-eye Manders votes yes to using his fists full of knuckles in "The Eyes Have It". A killer leads The Spirit through the sewers of the city in "Manhunt" plus more. Issue number 2, Crime Doesn't Pay, contains the following stories... It's not a pretty picture, and The Spirit refuses to be hung in "Framed". The Spirit doesn't clown when he's trapped in a lion's den in "Circus Daze". The Spirit proves the fist is mightier than the sword in "On Guard, Crime". Did Ellen Dolan turn murderess in "Reserved, One Electric Chair". Can the dead come back to kill in "Death After Death". An old fashioned fiend comes to Central City in "Brummagem vs. Pettigrew" plus more. Issue number 3, Murder Runs Wild, contains the following stories... Killer Andy Horgan finds you can't cheat the Girm Reaper in "Death Takes Its Toll". The Spirit uses his musical talents to send a Maestro behind bars in "Music Hath Charms". An old friend brings a bouquet of trouble in "An Old Beau Returns". The Spirit shows who's most likely to fight crime from the Class of '35 in "Class Reunion". Terrible Terry Gill wants an heir to carry on, and that's just what the kid does in "Wanted. One Child". The Spirit rains a cloudburst of blows on Killer Sykes in "Story Weather" plus more. Created and illustrated by Will Eisner in the forties, The Spirit is a masked crime fighter who, like Batman, fights with the backing of the City's chief of police. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
This first sci-fi collection contains issues number 1, 2 and 3 from the popular Amazing Adventures series. It has been lovingly remastered, color corrected and formatted for your favorite reading device. Three issues for the price of two! Issue number 1, The Asteroid Witch, contains the following stories... A space pilot and womanizer ditches his boring dame for an evil cosmic beauty in "The Asteroid Witch". Can an ambassador from the future convince a couple to avert the devastation to come in "A-Day"? Intrepid space explorer Chet Fields embarks on a hunting expedition where the hunter becomes prey in "Winged Death on Venus". A scientist discovers a time traveling potion in "Trespasser in Time". An expedition reveals unearthly monsters in "The Stone Men". Issue number 2, Monsters of Living Flame, contains the following stories... A search for uranium on a scorched planet reveals a hostile menace in "Monsters of Living Flame". An alien collects unwilling, earthly specimens in "Exhibit One!" A heroic spaceman gives his fiancé the ultimate martian present in "Wedding Gift". A scientist gives life to machine only to risk his in "The Steel Monster". Issue number 3, The Evil Men Do, contains the following stories... A cursed potion is used to deleterious ends in "The Evil Men Do!" A doppelganger swaps places with the future in "The Princess of the Future". An evil, gigantic plume of gray matter wants to destroy us in "The Cosmic Brain". A totalitarian regime forces obedience on Earth - the only hope for freedom is to flee in "Escape on a Planetoid". First published in the 50's, Amazing Adventures explores the outer reaches of science fiction, space travel, alien beings, fantasy and mystery. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
This first gun-slinging collection of John Wayne Adventure Comics contains issues number 1, 2 and 3. It has been lovingly remastered, color corrected and formatted for your favorite reading device. Get three issues for the price of two! In issue number 1, The Mysterious Valley of Violence, we join our favorite hero in the following stories... The outlaw Blackjack Wells terrifies the Gambler's Gulch locals in "The Cowboy and the Gambler". The Duke investigates a lone gunshot in "Sudden Death at Dragon's Peak". A Boss Hog-like bad guy terrorizes the valley in "The Mysterious Valley of Violence" . In issue number 2, The Battle of the Giants, we join John Wayne in the following stories... "The Battle of the Giants", "Horses of the Old West", "The Vanishing Stage Coach", "A Man Called Bat", and "The Blue Lightnin' Twins". In issue number 3, The Claws of Death, we join The Duke in the following stories... "The Claws of Death", "The Mystery of Rhyming Range", "The Mask of Death", plus commemorative photographs. The most famous of cowboys, Hollywood actor John Wayne, The Duke, is featured in these exciting Western tales of heroes, villains and outlaws. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
This frightful collection contains issues number 1, 2 and 3 from the popular Tales of Horror comic series. It has been lovingly remastered, color corrected and formatted for your favorite reading device. Three issues for the price of two! Tales of Horror, Number 1, Demons of the Under Worlds A monstrous-looking man finds solace from a magical mask in "The Ugliest Man in the World!" Sometimes mysteries of the deep should remain hidden as two explorers find treasures and subterraneous terror in "Demons Below Us!" An aspiring mobster's brother may be dumb but has a special talent in "Willie" A tale of a missing journalist in "The 24th Guest!" The last couple on Earth fights for our future existence in "Exile to Death!" Ideas regarding the future in "Problems of Space Travel". Tales of Horror, Number 2, What Was the Thing in the Pool A jilted millionaire seeks an aquatic revenge in "The Thing in the Pool" A scheming ship hand may regret stealing a temple's jewels in "The Hand of Jao Tze" Jack the Ripper is brought back from the dead in "The Ripper's Return". A mad scientist teaches love and murder to his ferns in "Love from a Plant". Tales of Horror, Number 3, The Big Snake Terrorizes a City A hissing science experiment constricts a city in "The Big Snake" An ancient relic hurls a man back in time to be an evil priests pawn in "The Devil's Clock" Here's what would happen if toys were less fun and wanted to kill you in "The Toy Army" A dead actress haunts the set of a doomed motion picture in "The Trespasser From Beyond" Follow the nutty antics of a cowboy and ghost in "Prospector Pete". First published in the 50's, Tales of Horror explores mysterious tales of gruesome monsters, fantasy and science fiction. Many popular comics and movies draw their roots from these mysterious, creepy and sometimes cheesy stories of terror. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
This ghostly collection contains issues number 1, 2 and 3 from the popular Ghost Rider comic series. It has been lovingly remastered, color corrected and formatted for your favorite reading device. Three issues for the price of two! The Ghost Rider, Number 1, Tale of the Ghost Rider contains the following stories... Who is the Ghost Rider, where did he come from? All this is answered and more in "Tale of the Ghost Rider." The Ghost Rider fights an insidious foe in "The Fire Ghost". With help from a friend, Ghost Rider becomes a transparent, bullet proof, crime fighter in "Spook Justice". A criminal thinks he can outsmart the Ghost Rider by hiding in his secret base in "A Trap for Nemesis". The Ghost Rider, Number 2, Death's Stagecoach contains the following stories... "Death's Stagecoach", "The Taming of Wild-Man Feeney", "Death Wears a White Mask", and complete with restored missing pages "The Haunted Castle". The Ghost Rider, Number 3, Blasts of Doom contains the following stories... Dynamite totin' train robbers encounter a ghostly hero in "The Blasts of Doom". The Ghost Rider solves a fair lass' mystery in "Dead Man's Bluff". Indian rustlers threaten a small town and forces the Ghost Rider to face the sun in "The Ghost Rider Strikes By Day". Danger in the silver mines awaits our ghostly hero in "Grim Treasures" . Ghost Rider is an exciting blend of horror and spaghetti-Western hero invented by Dick Ayers and artist Ray Krank in 1949. Ghost Rider is the original inspiration for a different, non-horror, comic where his horse was swapped for a motorcycle. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
This tidy and charming collection contains issues number 1, 2 and 3 from the popular Adventures of Peter Wheat comic series. It has been lovingly remastered, color corrected and formatted for your favorite reading device. Three issues for the price of two! In issue number 1 we learn about Peter Wheat's battle against the evil hornets, his compatriots the beetles and how Peter fights to save his beloved wheat fields. In issue number 2 our teeny hero, Peter Wheat searches for honey stolen from the honey bees. Was it the cute bear making honey buns, or his nemesis, the hornets up to no good? In issue number 3, our pint-sized hero, Peter Wheat has captured the evil hornet princess Dragonel. Will her scheming wizard father capture his mother, the queen of the wheat? Published from 1948 The Adventures of Peter Wheat are a heroic series of a thumbnail-sized boy, his animal and insect friends and their adventures. Created by Walt Kelly, the comics were published by Dell Comics as promotional material for various bakeries, hence the Wheat in Peter's name. The artwork is incredibly charming reminiscent of European children's tales. Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
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