Anyone who grew up in the 1970s is sure to recognize Ron Wilson’s cover of the upcoming Thor: Ulik Unchained Epic Collection, although many will probably recognize it from their former school binder/folder than the cover of issue #229 of The Mighty Thor.
Those who missed out on 2017’s edition of The Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus Volume Three will now be able to enjoy some of Stan Lee and John Romita’s best comics to ever feature the lovable wall-crawler.
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.
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!
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.