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PSI: Paranormal Investigations, Origins By Gonzalo Battaglia
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The Paranormal Studies Institute is devoted to the study the paranormal and the powers of the mind. Dr. Myra Lucas, Dr. Alexei Medina Del Pino, Joao da Silva and Samantha Rios form PSI, Four... More > different individuals brought together by astounding mental powers and a desire to bring to light the mysteries of the universe. In this origin story a mysterious force attacks the institute and this group of scientists and researchers are sent on a fantastic adventure to save the lives of their friends and possibly the whole country.< Less
Jerry Siegel's & Joe Shuster's Science Fiction By Joe Shuster & Jerry Siegel
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High quality reprint of “the Reign of the Super-man,” the very first “superman” story by Gerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Not a comic book, but a short novel in the style of the... More > pulps, it tells the story of Bill Dunn, a down-of-his-luck man who acquires superpowers through a radical experiment. The story has all the main elements of the superman myth: a bald super-villain, an unknown element coming from space that mutates human beings, telescopic-vision, aliens, and an indomitable quest for absolute power. It was originally published on Science Fiction – The Advance Guard of Future Civilization #3 (Jan. 1933), one of the very first fanzine to be created, which Siegel and Shuster developed with a typewriter and mimeographic machine for printing. Also collected for the first time: “Goober the Mighty”, Siegel’s Tarzan parody, Stiletto Vance the vain detective, and other raw gems the creators of Superman developed for the Torch, the High School newspaper they worked for.< Less
Jerry Siegel's & Joe Shuster's Science Fiction By Joe Shuster & Jerry Siegel
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High quality reprint of “the Reign of the Super-man,” the very first “superman” story by Gerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Not a comic book, but a short novel in the style of... More > the pulps, it tells the story of Bill Dunn, a down-of-his-luck man who acquires superpowers through a radical experiment. The story has all the main elements of the superman myth: a bald super-villain, an unknown element coming from space that mutates human beings, telescopic-vision, aliens, and an indomitable quest for absolute power. It was originally published on Science Fiction – The Advance Guard of Future Civilization #3 (Jan. 1933), one of the very first fanzine to be created, which Siegel and Shuster developed with a typewriter and mimeographic machine for printing. Also collected for the first time: “Goober the Mighty”, Siegel’s Tarzan parody, Stiletto Vance the vain detective, and other raw gems the creators of Superman developed for the Torch, the High School newspaper they worked for.< Less
The Black Terror, Nemesis of Crime: All 17 Chapters of the Original Black Terror from the Classic ‘Exciting Comics’ from the Golden Age By Jonathan H. McAuley
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The Black Terror is a fictional comic book superhero who originally appeared in Exciting Comics #9, published by Nedor Comics in January 1941. Some Black Terror stories were written by Patricia... More > Highsmith before she became an acclaimed novelist. The character has been revived by various publishers over the years, including AC Comics, Eclipse Comics, America's Best Comics, and Dynamite Entertainment. His secret identity was pharmacist Bob Benton, who formulated a chemical he called "formic ethers", which gave him various superpowers. He used these powers to fight crime with his young sidekick, Tim Roland, together known as the "Terror Twins". This book contains every chapter of The Black Terror published in Exciting Comics during the 1940s. ENJOY!< Less
The Black Terror, Nemesis of Crime: All 17 Chapters of the Original Black Terror from the Classic ‘Exciting Comics’ from the Golden Age By Jonathan H. McAuley
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The Black Terror is a fictional comic book superhero who originally appeared in Exciting Comics #9, published by Nedor Comics in January 1941. Some Black Terror stories were written by Patricia... More > Highsmith before she became an acclaimed novelist. The character has been revived by various publishers over the years, including AC Comics, Eclipse Comics, America's Best Comics, and Dynamite Entertainment. His secret identity was pharmacist Bob Benton, who formulated a chemical he called "formic ethers", which gave him various superpowers. He used these powers to fight crime with his young sidekick, Tim Roland, together known as the "Terror Twins". This book contains every chapter of The Black Terror published in Exciting Comics during the 1940s. ENJOY!< Less
A Thousand Faces #11 By Frank Byrns
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Winter 2010 issue of the Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction. Contains the following stories: "Mister Brass and the Last Sudden Silence", Joshua Reynolds; "Even Superheroes Get the... More > Blues", Kris Ashton; "Graceful Blur", Ian Thomas Healy; "The Bouncer", Michael Ferrari; "Avatar Reborn", John Bear Ross; "Meta Man's Manicured Menace", Rob Brooks; "Unity", Gordie Laughlin; "A Ragman's Vow", Brent Knowles; "You Can't Fool Me", Robert S. Tyler; "Shoehorn", Chris Castle; and "Camp Hero", James Mascia.< Less
A Thousand Faces #11 By Frank Byrns
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Winter 2010 issue of the Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction. Contains the following stories: "Mister Brass and the Last Sudden Silence", Joshua Reynolds; "Even Superheroes Get the... More > Blues", Kris Ashton; "Graceful Blur", Ian Thomas Healy; "The Bouncer", Michael Ferrari; "Avatar Reborn", John Bear Ross; "Meta Man's Manicured Menace", Rob Brooks; "Unity", Gordie Laughlin; "A Ragman's Vow", Brent Knowles; "You Can't Fool Me", Robert S. Tyler; "Shoehorn", Chris Castle; and "Camp Hero", James Mascia.< Less
A Thousand Faces #13 By Frank Byrns, editor
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November 2010 issue. Contains the following stories: "In Memoriam," Matt Adams; "The Steel Soldier's Gambit," Ian Thomas Healy; "The Organization," Alexander Burns;... More > "Volcano Girl," R. Narvaez; "Greatest Hits," Lawrence Conquest; "Pre-Traumatic Stress," Mark Robinson; "On a Warm Summer's Evening," Ben Langdon; "Heart Sounds," John B. Rosenman; "Die Ubermensch," Adam King; "Interview," Brian Ted Jones; "Apathy's Hero," Loralie Hall; "Collaboration," Matthew David Brozik; "The Paladin," Kevin G. Summers.< Less
A Thousand Faces #13 By Frank Byrns, editor
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November 2010 issue. Contains the following stories: "In Memoriam," Matt Adams; "The Steel Soldier's Gambit," Ian Thomas Healy; "The Organization," Alexander Burns;... More > "Volcano Girl," R. Narvaez; "Greatest Hits," Lawrence Conquest; "Pre-Traumatic Stress," Mark Robinson; "On a Warm Summer's Evening," Ben Langdon; "Heart Sounds," John B. Rosenman; "Die Ubermensch," Adam King; "Interview," Brian Ted Jones; "Apathy's Hero," Loralie Hall; "Collaboration," Matthew David Brozik; "The Paladin," Kevin G. Summers.< Less
A Thousand Faces #0 By Frank Byrns, Editor
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The inaugural issue of the Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction. Contains seven prose stories spanning the width and breadth of the superhero genre: "Soar", by Andrew Salmon;... More > "Lemonade", by Hydrargentium; "Darkness at the Edge of Town", by Dan Rafter; "Duty", by Paul McManus; "Somebody's Baby", by Frank Byrns; "The Tombsman", by Bret Booher; and "Guardian Spirit", by Gilbert M. Stack.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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