Book List:15 titles
  • Since his first appearance in Action Comics Number One, published in late spring of 1938, Superman has represented the essence of American heroism. “Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in ...


  • Coming of age in rural 1930s America with X-ray vision, the power to stop bullets, and the ability to fly isn’t exactly every boy’s story. So just how did Clark Kent, a shy farmer’s son, grow up to be the Man of Steel? Follow young Clark’s wh...



  • Receiving in the mail photographs of a green candle that is slowly burning down, accompanied by the threat that her time is running out, schoolteacher Gracy Penny recovers repressed memories of satanic abuse and fears that her tormentor has returned....


  • When Del Schofeld suddenly vanishes and her friends go on a search to find her, they learn of an orphan heist that would give away youngsters at railroad stops, thus they track down every clue in order to save their friend from impending doom....


  • In the second installment of Tom De Haven's rollicking trilogy, the legendary and misanthropic cartoonist Walter Geebus is hospitalized with a mysterious ailment in 1936 New York. Did someone poison the bastard--again? Narrated by Al Bready, a lightn...


  • The Epicene has been destroyed and its creator defeated. Snatched from the battlefield by the shadowy Gray Men, Jack, the King's Tramp, and his companions from Earth find themselves in a strange and treacherous labyrinth outside time. Here, in the Un...


  • Rumors of the fearsome Epicene-- a monster that will release the deadly Last Humans and destroy the universe--are spreading throughout the world of Lostwithal. It's up to Jack, the King's Tramp, to catch the Mage of Four and prevent the Epicene from ...


  • The lives of Monica Campbell and the two men in her life, investigative reporter Peter Musik and millionaire pharmacist Eugene Boman, are transformed when three individuals from a parallel universe based on magic enter their lives. Reprint....









  • Funny Papers chronicles cartoon icon Derby Dugan's beginnings in the rough-and-tumble world of yellow journalism in turn-of-the-century New York, when Hearst and Pulitzer owned tabloid America. The aptly named Georgie Wreckage, a sketch artist for Pu...


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