Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus, Volume 3 is the third installment in the Superman Omnibus series. It is comprised of Action Comics No. 48–65, Superman No.
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In a day and age when the #1 selling comic books series is The Walking Dead, it's hard to imagine there was a time when even mentioning the word "zombie" in a comic book was strictly forbi
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For Green Arrow: A Celebration of 75 Years, publisher DC Comics has dug through their massive vaults to find the perfect summation of the life of Oliver Queen.
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One day Gabby Schulz came down with a bad fever. The end result was Sick, published by Secret Acres.
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