Genres Comic: Superhero

Presumed crazy and committed to a psychiatric ward, Michael finds no help at battling his inner demons. The more he resists them, the stronger they become.

Lex Luthor has presented dark gifts to super-villains across the DC Universe, setting off what can only be called the Year of the Villain. Unfortunately, resources are limited, so not everyone got something. The Riddler is one such person, and he is most displeased about it. Was this merely an oversight or a deliberate slight? The Riddler is determined to find out which-and so should you!

Young Joe Majurac is whisked away from his poor farming family to ostensibly train for The U.S. Olympic team. Somehow he ends up in Germany at a secret training camp where he trains for an unspecified amount of time to become the worlds most powerful man. Eventually Joe realizes that somethings not right with his trainers and he breaks free, returning home only to find that his parents have gone into hiding.<br />Also contains a 6 page Crazy Man story by: Adams and Jungknutz.

The Revengers featuring Armor and Silver Streak (1985) #3 continues to Armor (1988) #4.

AC Comics presents a solo adventure of the Femforce gunslinger Black Phantom. On trial for her life, the Black Phantom faces hanging if her defense fails. But then something unexpected occurs: a magical trip to the future and a meeting with the modern-day Femforce. Beginning of the End; Fear; On the Precipice; Beyond the Veil; The Phantom... A Stranger.

Who are THE RED TEN? And who wants them dead? Delve deeper into the murder mystery maxi-series that is a superhero retelling of Agatha Christies classic whodunit And Then There Were None. Also features OXYMORON: QUIET RIOT, where a super-criminal psychopath holds a city hostage in terrifying silence as one cop struggles to stop the madman before her city burns to the ground.

Winner of the Ringo Award for Best Webcomic 2017, this book collects the first volume of THE RED HOOK, a super-thief who is bequeathed the Omni-fist of Altruism and transformed into a hero against his will a year after a sentient Brooklyns heart is broken and physically secedes from America.

Billionaire John Raymond has it all – fame, fortune, and a brilliant mind! He also has a brother with the one trait John lacks: compassion. No matter how relentlessly awe-inspiring Johns achievements get, its his brother whos always seen as the hero. So John sets out to upstage his brother one more time. Hell show the world just how much heroism money can buy as the amazing (and suspiciously well-equipped) Web. But when a dark fate arrives for his brother, John learns first-hand what a hero leaves on the line, and that there are worse losses than the ones that hit your checkbook!

J. Michael Straczynski dives into the DC Universe at last – and hes bringing four of the finest heroes of the Golden and Silver Ages with him! Completely reimagined for the modern world from their original appearances in Archie/MLJ publications, these four heroes will show you a side of the DC Universe youve never seen before!Lieutenant Joe Higgins was dying in the dirt of a battlefield in Afghanistan when they whisked him away to a top-secret facility and saved his life with nanotechnology so experimental they couldnt dare to use it on a living man. Now Higgins has been enlisted to a whole new mission – to be the public face of the American fighting man as the patriotic Shield! But todays grueling military battles test the limits of patriotism and the limits of the technology that keeps him alive. And the shocking secret behind that technology may be too much for his bullet-riddled heart to bear. Featuring art from Marco Rudy (FINAL CRISIS)!

J. Michael Straczynski dives into the DC Universe at last and hes bringing four of the finest heroes of the Golden and Silver Ages with him!Completely reimagined for the modern world from their original appearances in Archie/MLJ publications, these four heroes will show you a side of the DC Universe youve never seen before!The mysterious stranger was brought into the hospital with one name on his lips: Frank Verrano. He has no memory of who he was, where he came from, or how he could possibly be the only survivor of a bombing attack on a cruise liner that killed hundreds of people. But as deep as that mystery runs, a violent attack on the hospital opens a deeper one. How can this man burst into flames…and survive? And why does the man who stands in those flames, the man know as the Inferno, look nothing like the one who stood in his place just seconds before? Blaze into this thrilling issue featuring art by Greg Scott (GOTHAM CENTRAL)!

J. Michael Straczynski dives into the DC Universe at last and hes bringing four of the finest heroes of the Golden and Silver Ages with him!Completely reimagined for the modern world from their original appearances in Archie/MLJ publications, these four heroes will show you a side of the DC Universe youve never seen before!The Civil War claimed many lives…but one of those lives still hasnt ended! Union doctor Robert Dickering found himself on the wrong side of the battle lines, and despite his heroic treatment of a fallen enemy soldier, he also found himself on the wrong end of a noose! But a shadowy power stepped forth in the twilit moments between life and death and offered him a deal he couldnt refuse: to forever roam the Earth, saving the lives of innocents condemned like himself – or hastening the deaths of the guilty! But in taking the seemingly righteous mission of the Hangman, has he accepted Gods work? Or has he become the vengeful fist of the Devil himself? Featuring art by Tom Derenick and Bill Sienkiewicz, the acclaimed team behind REIGN IN HELL!

Get ready for a brand new Ray! Lucien Gatess life is changed forever when he is struck by a mysterious beam of energy that turns him into a glowing gladiator – and being a human ray of light comes in handy when his city is suddenly under attack from giant, building-sized monsters. Unfortunately, light powers are less than handy in keeping his girlfriend happy.

A ZERO HOUR tie-in! The Ray has never known the full truth of his metahuman inheritance--until now! His father, the Golden Age Ray, reveals those startling, long-hidden secrets and the young Ray may not be able to live with what he learns.<br />A Zero Month crossover issue. The golden age Ray, Happy Terrill, is searching for his missing son, the current Ray. Happy tries Ray's JLA teammate Martian Manhunter, then Ray's girlfriend Jenny Jurden and his cousin Hank, but can't find him. Meanwhile, Ray has found his mother, a woman he thought was dead. Ray takes a trip back through his childhood, remembering when his father lied to him about her death and when he lied to Ray throughout his childhood. Happy finally finds Ray, and Ray confronts him about all the lies. Happy and Ray's fight is interrupted by Ray's mother Nadine. However, Happy lies to Nadine, saying that Ray is “Tony the Pizza Guy.” Ray storms off, leaving Happy alone outside Nadine's house.<br />

This issue has a lot of questions and few answers.  Ray Terrill bumps into his cousin Hank Terrill at his fathers funeral.  Ray had only just discovered that his father was the superhero known as the Ray and for some reason Hank knows it too and convinces him to see if he has his fathers power.  Ray grew up in literal darkness unable to control his power.  Ray has no idea why this is because he was told he had an allergy to light.  He also pines for Jenny Jurden a girl he grew up with.  She was the love of his life having not met any other girls.  She is also very sweet and wasnt scared of Ray and treated him kindly.  Now that Ray has control of his powers he goes and sees her but there are others who are watching him including it seems his father whom Ray believes is dead.

Our story begins with a tall, blond cowboy dismounting from his horse, Apache; to investigate a cry for help. The cowboy finds two bushwhackers assaulting an old man's ranch; and quickly disarmed them two shots from his gun, fired with uncanny accuracy! Unfortunately, before the cowboy could completely subdue the bushwhackers, one of them got the drop on the old man and shot him in the back.

Our story begins with a tall, blond cowboy dismounting from his horse, Apache; to investigate a cry for help. The cowboy finds two bushwhackers assaulting an old man's ranch; and quickly disarmed them two shots from his gun, fired with uncanny accuracy! Unfortunately, before the cowboy could completely subdue the bushwhackers, one of them got the drop on the old man and shot him in the back.

Ravager is a legacy name of super-villains and anti-heroes, usually associated with Slade Wilson alias Deathstroke the Terminator. It was originally the alter-ego of his son Grant Wilson while working as a mercenary for H.I.V.E. assigned to kill the Teen Titans until his death. Bill Walsh, a terrorist responsible for slitting Jerichos throat as a child, later used the identity to attack Deathstroke by taking advantage of his vulnerability. Slades half-brother Wade LaFarge also used the identity to target him, although he was later killed for this. Rose Wilson, anti-hero and daughter of Slade, later begins using the name as a member of the Teen Titans. Ravager was created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, first appearing in New Teen Titans #1

A second monthly Hulk comic that lasted 6 issues.<br />Translated into Spanish.

A years-past story has the Hulk battling aliens in Europe. A backup story features an ancient warrior kept alive by a rare stone.

A child suddenly imbued with the powers of ancient gods is visited by a band of similarly gifted children. Will young Solomon hone his skills with the others, or will he risk unraveling existence and use his raw control over reality just to get revenge on some bullies? Writer Chuck Brown (Bitter Root) tells two tales of power, revenge, and empathy--with a main story illustrated by Jeremy Treece (Mandrake the Magician) and a bonus story illustrated by Kelly Williams (Creepy Comics). A new universe of creatures and heroes, written by Bitter Roots Chuck Brown!

For years, Vic Sage has worn the faceless mask of the Question to clean up the streets of Hub City by sheer force of will. He knows right from wrong. He knows black from white. But what happens when he is drawn into a conspiracy that reaches from the heights of Hub City power to the depths of its underground tunnels? What happens when things stop being black-and-white and start getting a little gray? And what happens when, in a secret chamber deep beneath the city, Vic Sage meets his own end...and his new beginning? Eisner-winning writer Jeff Lemire joins forces with the legendary art team of Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz to resurrect Vic Sage, only to destroy him all over again... and again...

Greg Rucka returns to write the adventures of Renee Montoya – the character he helped transform into The Question – as a gun-running scheme threatens Gotham City in stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #854-863. Features the art of Cully Hamner (RED)!

Vic Sage is a TV journalist with an uncanny ability to break difficult stories, thanks in large part to his relentless crime-fighting campaign as the Question! But has the faceless vigilantes particular brand of harsh justice finally sent him off the deep end? Prowling the meanest streets of his native Chicago, the trench-coated Question thinks he also walks in another world, a strange shamanic space full of shadowy dangers. When Sage hears the voice of Supermans home city of Metropolis, he answers the call. Is he crazy? Thats the question.

Series featuring the Question, which began in the late-eighties and continued for 36 issues until it was canceled. It was revived for a single issue, #37, as part of the Blackest Night event. This series continued into Question Quarterly (1990) and The Question Returns (1997). The Question was one of the characters acquired by DC Comics from Charlton Comics in the 1980's. Denny O'Neil was offered two books, either Captain Atom or a new Question series. Preferring the more street level stories, O'Neil chose the Question and was given free reign to push boundaries and experiment on the book. Where Steve Ditko's original had been an objectivist character, O'Neil's differing values and desire to make the character his own had him take on a more Zen like belief system after his old persona was symbolically killed off in the first issue. The stories that followed took The Question through Hub City, a decaying crime filled city where he fought against corruption and took on the worst in human nature due to his unrelenting curiosity. The series tackled everything from race, politics, poverty, feminism religion and much more. Also popular was O'Neil's recommended reading list featured in the letters column that featured a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction.

Set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Black Hammer series--but a thousand years in the future--a collection of superheroes, inspired by the legendary heroes of Black Hammer Farm, must band together to save the planet from an authoritarian regime. A young Martian must find a way to reform The Quantum League to save the world while solving the riddle of what happened to the great heroes of the twentieth century. Black Hammer creator Jeff Lemire (The Terrifics) is joined by Wilfredo Torres (Legion) in illustrating while Dave Stewart (Hellboy) adds his colorist skills to the mix. * Based on Jeff Lemires Eisner Award-winning series! Masterfully plays with all the many tropes and genres of superhero fiction over the past few decades.--Entertainment Weekly.

Marvel presents the official comic book adaptation of their latest big-screen blockbuster starring John Travolta, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and Thomas Jane as Frank Castle, the Punisher!