With the return of Bêlit to the current Conan the Barbarian series, now is the time to revel in the original adventures of Conan’s compatriot and lover in December’s Conan the Barbarian: Queen of the Black Coast Epic Collection.
For those that missed the comics the first time around (and don’t want to take out a second mortgage to buy all of the original issues) or just want to relive some of Spidey’s best stories, October’s Amazing Spider-Man: The Death of Gwen Stacy Epic Collection will help you scratch that Spider-bite itch.
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.
Following Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor Smith’s initial run on Robert E. Howard’s most famous barbarian, Thomas would be joined by John Buscema on the character, launching one of the most memorable eras for Conan and defining his look for generations to come.
The Marvel 16 Month 2022 calendar by Trends International showcases some of the best work by the top Marvel artists of the era such as Jack Kirby, John Romita, John Buscema, and Barry Windsor-Smith.
Larry Hama and Marc Silvestri’s initial Wolverine run (which began in 1990) will be collected in the latest Wolverine Epic Collection entitled Wolverine: Blood and Claws this July.