If you grew up in the 1970s and read The Incredible Hulk comics on a regular basis you could always count on two things: a slugfest with a muscle-bound villains and the gamma-irradiated art stylings of Herb Trimpe.
Doctor Strange returns in this Epic Collection from the early 90’s to put vampires back in their coffins and contends with all manner of supernatural and cosmic threats that the era could throw at him!
Don McGregor and P. Craig Russel’s critically acclaimed and experimental run on the exploits of Killraven in Amazing Adventures will be collected this October in a new Epic Collection trade paperback.
Fantastic Four: Battle of the Behemoths Epic Collection wraps up the Stan Lee and Jack Kirby era of Marvel’s First Family and brings them into the 1970’s, primarily remembered for the dynamic artwork of John Buscema.
The origin story and the foundation for all subsequent Doctor Strange stories are firmly established in the re-release of Doctor Strange: Master of the Mystic Arts Epic Collection by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.
The latest Captain America Epic Collection bookends two popular early 80s runs on the title, starting with Roger Stern and John Byrne and ending with J.M. DeMatteis and Mike Zeck.