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ABRAHAM STONE TP
(W/A/CA) Joe Kubert Western noir from legendary comic-book creator Joe Kubert! After the murder of his family and being left for dead by robber barons, Abraham Stone travels to New York, California, and Mexico in search of a fresh start in life. In his travels, he gets involved in the criminal underworld, the movie business, and even becomes an ally of Pancho Villa. o Collects the complete Abraham Stone graphic novels by one of the all-time great comics masters, Joe Kubert!
$19.99
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JOE KUBERT ENEMY ACE ARTIST ED HC (NET)
(W) Robert Kanigher (A/CA) Joe Kubert In 1968, Bob Kanigher and Joe Kubert launched a new kind of war book, one that showed military conflicts from the other side of the coin. Thought by many to be Kubert's most powerful work, Enemy Ace told the story of a World War I flyer who had a keen sense of honor and deep-rooted nobility. Kubert took this new concept and rose to the challenge. Today Enemy Ace remains one of Kubert's great achievements. Collecting Star Spangled War Stories #139, 140, 141, 142 144 (and added bonuses!), this Artist's Edition will be beautiful from top to bottom!
$99.99
JOE KUBERT RETURN OF TARZAN ARTIST ED HC (NET)
(W/A/CA) Joe Kubert The second volume of Joe Kubert's acclaimed Tarzan series is collected in IDW Publishing's award-winning format. Collecting issues #214, 217 - 223, this beautiful tome features three stand alone adventures, as well as the epic saga detailing The Return of Tarzan! Each and every story page has been scanned from Joe Kubert's original art, and all but two of his covers (but we're tenacious, we keep looking until the very last minute!). This is the fourth IDW Joe Kubert Artist's Edition? some may say that's too many for a single artist. We say, you just haven't seen enough Kubert work!
$100.00
PRE CODE CLASSIC AVON EERIE SLIPCASE ED VOL 03
(A) Joe Kubert & Various Avon's rightly revered Eerie run kicked off in 1951, and raised the bar a good few inches with state-of-the-art words'n'pickshers from luminaries such as Moe Marcus, Fred Kida, Wally Wood, Louis Ravielli, Henry C. Kiefer, and Joe Kubert. Now that should be enough for anyone, right? collects issues #15-17 (April/May 1954 to August/September 1954), plus Eerie Comics 1947 ('the first horror comic'), Phantom Witch Doctor 1952, and Night Of Mystery 1953.
$69.99
$52.49
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PRE CODE CLASSICS WITCHCRAFT HC
(A) Joe Kubert & Various Take a look at these covers and see what it was like back in the fabulous far out'n'freaky, fun'n'funky fifties as regards four-color comicbooks. For just one thin dime, you'd get, f'rinstance, number 4 featuring Death boiling a glamorous raven-haired vixen while inside this crazy volume you've got words, inks and pencils from the likes of Mort Meskin, Joe Kubert, Everett Kinstler, Sid Check, Ed Goldfarb and Kelly Freas. You know, makes you feel just like a kid again but I haven't quite finished the other one yet! Soon! Collects Witchcraft issues #1-6 (March 1952 to March 1953) and The Dead Who Walk (1952).
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