Coming Up: Criterion's monster-sized Godzilla collection

Out Oct. 29. Order from Amazon now.


In 1954, an enormous beast clawed its way out of the sea, destroying everything in its path—and changing movies forever. 

The arresting original Godzilla soon gave rise to an entire monster-movie genre (kaiju eiga), but the King of the Monsters continued to reign supreme: in fourteen fiercely entertaining sequels over the next two decades, Godzilla defended its throne against a host of other formidable creatures, transforming from a terrifying symbol of nuclear annihilation into a benevolent (if still belligerent) Earth protector. 

Collected here for the first time are all fifteen Godzilla films of Japan’s Showa era, in a landmark set showcasing the technical wizardry, fantastical storytelling, and indomitable international appeal that established the most iconic giant monster the cinema has ever seen. 


• High-definition digital transfers of all fifteen Godzilla films made between 1954 and 1975, released together for the first time, with uncompressed monaural soundtracks 

• High-definition digital transfers of Godzilla, King of the Monsters, the 1956 U.S.-release version of Godzilla; and the 1962 Japanese-release version of King Kong vs. Godzilla 

• Audio commentaries from 2011 on Godzilla and Godzilla, King of the Monsters featuring film historian David Kalat 

• International English-language dub tracks for Invasion of Astro-Monster, Son of Godzilla, Destroy All Monsters, Godzilla vs. Megalon, Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla, and Terror of Mechagodzilla 

• Directors Guild of Japan interview with director Ishiro Honda, conducted by director Yoshimitsu Banno in 1990 

• Programs detailing the creation of Godzilla’s special effects and unused effects sequences from Toho releases including Destroy All Monsters 

• New interview with filmmaker Alex Cox about his admiration for the Showa-era Godzilla films 

• New and archival interviews with cast and crew members, including actors Bin Furuya, Tsugutoshi Komada, Haruo Nakajima, and Akira Takarada; composer Akira Ifukube; and effects technicians Yoshio Irie and Eizo Kaimai 

• Interview with critic Tadao Sato from 2011 • Illustrated audio essay from 2011 about the real-life tragedy that inspired Godzilla 

• New English subtitle translations • Trailers • PLUS: A lavishly illustrated deluxe hardcover book featuring an essay by cinema historian Steve Ryfle, notes on the films by cinema historian Ed Godziszewski, and new illustrations by Arthur Adams, Sophie Campbell, Becky Cloonan, Jorge Coelho, Geof Darrow, Simon Gane, Robert Goodin, Benjamin Marra, Monarobot, Takashi Okazaki, Angela Rizza, Yuko Shimizu, Bill Sienkiewicz, Katsuya Terada, Ronald Wimberly, and Chris Wisnia 

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New Comics Day: Superman: Golden Age Omnibus 6; Wonder Woman by John Byrne 3; Prince Valiant 1973-1974

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Superman's adventures continue into the late 1940s with these stories in which the Man of Tomorrow becomes a British lord, foils conman J. Wilbur Wolfingham, thwarts the latest scheme of the Prankster, unravels the "Mother Goose Crimes," battles the magically powered imp from the fifth dimension, Mr. Mxyztplk, and battles the mythical Atlas! 
Collects many stories never before collected, including tales from Action Comics #106-124, Superman#44-54 and World's Finest Comics #26-36.

In these tales from the 1990s written and illustrated by John Byrne, Wonder Woman is gravely wounded -- and to save her life, Zeus transforms her from an Amazon to the goddess of truth. And with no one to play the role of Wonder Woman, Diana's own mother, Queen Hippolyta of the Amazons, becomes the new Wonder Woman. After a chance encounter with Jay Garrick, the Golden Age Flash, Hippolyta journeys back to the 1940s to help the Justice Society of America free Europe from Nazi oppression. And as John Byrne's run on Wonder Woman comes to an end, Diana reassumes the mantle of Wonder Woman just in time to help Donna Troy, better known as Wonder Girl, come to grips with the truth of her identity. 
Writer and artist John Byrne (Superman, X-Men, Fantastic Four) continues his epic tale of the Amazon Warrior! Wonder Woman by John Byrne Vol. 3 collects the classic stories from Wonder Woman #125-136.

In this latest collection of the famed newspaper strip, Prince Valiant is sent to defend the borders against invading barbarians, but it is young Arn who takes center stage as he travels to his homeland and loses his heart to Lydia, daughter of Haakon.Also in the latest volume of this award-winning comics series, Arn and Sir Gawain become trapped in a lost, lush land presided over by the mad Duke Cyril and the entombed object of his desire. In Thule, Prince Valiant defends the King of the Inner Lands from a war party led by a giant. Beetle Bailey gag-writer Jerry Dumas introduces this volume with a remembrance of his friendship with Prince Valiant artist John Cullen Murphy. Also: Hal Foster’s complete 1943 comic strip adaptation of Franz Werfel’s popular novel The Song of Bernadette. Full-color illustrations throughout.

Coming Up: Horn Rock & Funky Guitar Grooves 1968-1974

Out Aug. 2 from Ace Records. Order now from Amazon for $12.89.


American rock gets back to its soulful roots. Available on CD and double LP.
1968 was the year when rock music went back to its roots. Many cite Dylan and the Band and their search for a mythical America, but for others it was a return to the jazz, soul and R&B they had grown up with and had first got them into music. “Horn Rock & Funky Guitar Grooves” explores these escapes from psychedelia in a 17-track compilation that stretches geographically from New Jersey to San Francisco, and on down to Memphis and New Orleans as rock once again became danceable.

The term horn rock traditionally refers to the jazz style of big band-arranged rock associated with bands such as Blood, Sweat & Tears (who are featured with ‘Roller Coaster’) and Chicago: music which showed the influence of jazz on the post-war children who became rock stars in the 1960s. It’s clearly there with Al Kooper’s take on Hayes & Porter’s ‘Toe Hold’, San Francisco’s the Sons with their De La Soul-sampled ‘Boomp, Boomp, Chomp’, Chase’s frenetic ‘Run Back To Mama’, Lighthouse’s floor-filler ‘One Fine Morning’ and Donnie Brooks’ previously unreleased ‘Blow Your Mind’.

Others looked to the touring R&B bands for their influence. This was most obvious in Delaney & Bonnie’s Memphis-recorded ‘It’s Been A Long Time Coming’, and the bands that emerged from Bill Graham’s San Francisco label: Cold Blood, Tower Of Power and Hammer. The last of those replaced the horns with guitars and organ, as did the East Coast’s Crystal Mansion. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and alumnus Mike Bloomfield in the Electric Flag embraced horns after starting out as pioneers of electric guitar.

“Horn Rock & Funky Guitar Grooves” embraces an era and a sound that is often overlooked for self-consciously heavier and hipper sounds. These records are today sampled for their good grooves, and championed by DJs of retro sounds for their dancefloor adaptability.


1. Buddy's Advice - Paul Butterfield Blues Band

  2. Toe Hold - Al Kooper
  3. It's Been a Long Time Coming - Delaney & Bonnie
  4. Understanding - Cold Blood
  5. One Fine Morning (LP Version) - Lighthouse
  6. Roller Coaster - Blood Sweat & Tears
  7. Clever Girl - Tower of Power
  8. Blow Your Mind - Donnie Brooks
  9. Run Back to Mama - Chase
  10. Tuane - Hammer
  11. Somebody Oughta Turn Your Head Around - Crystal Mansions
  12. Clown (Part 1) - the Flock
  13. Gypsy Boy II - Tobias Wood Henderson
  14. Shoes - Black Magic
  15. Make Your Move - the Electric Flag
  16. Boomp, Boomp, Chomp - the Sons
  17. Aunt Marie - American Sound LTD

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Coming Up: Come On Let's Go! Power Pop Gems From The 70s & 80s

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Nothing shakes some action like a snappy guitar-based pop song delivered with a powerful beat, boundless energy and joyous enthusiasm. 

“Power pop is what we play,” declared Pete Townshend in a 1967 interview to promote the Who’s ‘Pictures Of Lily’. Although the term power pop did not gain much traction at the time, it re-emerged at the beginning of the 70s after the Beatles had dissolved and music began to fracture into various camps.

In the USA, bands that remained true to the Beatles tradition began to be referred to as power pop. The Raspberries set the ball rolling in 1972, and young bands began to spring up who really only wanted to sing about girls and having a good time on Saturday night. As the 70s wore on, the new wave had an ever-growing influence on the movement, and even the Ramones donned skinny ties long enough to back up harmony pop masters the Paley Brothers on a thrilling update of Ritchie Valens’ ‘Come On Let’s Go’.

The power pop movement never really caught on in the UK, principally because the highly influential mainstream music press were first centred on progressive rock, and then completely consumed by the arrival of punk. Even the mighty Raspberries failed to crack the UK Top 50, while Cheap Trick scored one lowly entry and only the Knack managed to hit the Top 10. US fans were fortunate in having publications such as Creem, Trouser Press and Who Put The Bomp staffed by maverick writers with diverse voices. Greg and Suzy Shaw were especially supportive of groups such as the Flamin’ Groovies, Rubinoos and Dwight Twilley Band, not only with their magazine but, once their Bomp! record label was formed, by putting out singles by the Romantics, Shoes, 20/20, Gary Charlson and others.

Pure pop bliss is provided by the Toms on their richly melodic ‘Better Than Anyone Else’, while the Dwight Twilley Band go ‘Looking For The Magic’ with breathless energy and insistent determination. The Romantics kick up a storm on ‘What I Like About You’ – its hectic rhythm guitar, squealing harmonica, and raw Beatles-like vitality making it an absolute killer. Staten Island’s Dirty Looks deliver their paean to rock’n’roll, ‘Let Go’, with the same energy and drive that any punk band would have been proud to muster, while the Tweeds nail our musical addiction in one with ‘I Need That Record’. Also included is the Flamin’ Groovies’ original US version of ‘Shake Some Action’, which Cyril Jordan claims is their best ever recording and we are not arguing. 

“Come On Let’s Go!” presents us with a smorgasbord of power pop classics, obscurities and left-field gems – collective proof that nothing shakes some action like a snappy guitar-based pop song delivered with a powerful beat, boundless energy and joyous enthusiasm.


1. Come on Let's Go - the Paley Brothers & the Ramones

  2. I Wanna Be with You - Raspberries
  3. What I Like About You - the Romantics
  4. Let Go - Dirty Looks
  5. Looking for the Magic - Dwight Twilley Band
  6. I Need That Record - the Tweeds
  7. Shake Some Action - the Flamin' Groovies
  8. (My Girl) Mary Anne - the Spongetones
  9. Radio Heart - the Secrets
  10. Kerri - Robert Johnson
  11. The Trains - Nashville Ramblers
  12. Nuclear Boy - 20/20
  13. Better Than Anyone Else - the Toms
  14. Nothing Comes Close - Bill Lloyd
  15. (Baby) It's You - the Boys
  16. It's Only Dark - Wire Train
  17. Andy, Please - Van Duren & Jody Stephens
  18. Glitter Best - the Rooks
  19. Teen Line - the Shivvers
  20. September Gurls - Big Star
  21. Not the Way It Seems - Gary Charlson
  22. Tomorrow Night - Shoes
  23. Rock and Roll Is Dead - the Rubinoos
  24. One World - Utopia

Pop Culture Roundup: Mod Magazine; Marvel's What If?; Paul Krassner; Ditko's Mr. A

ITEM! The Mod magazine. Did you let your subscription lapse?

ITEM! Comics scribe Roy Thomas details the genesis of Marvel's "What If?" comics series, which has inspired an upcoming animated TV show.

ITEM! Paul Krassner, a 1960s rabble-rouser with a sense of humor, died this week at age 87. A one-time writer for Mad Magazine, he went on to found The Realist, a groundbreaking counter-culture zine that blended satire and politics, and the Yippies. More from The Comics Journal.

ITEM! The late cartoonist Steve Ditko's Mr. A stories are being compiled into a collected edition - even though he didn't want that to happen.

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New Comics Day: Jack Kirby DC Universe Bronze Age Omnibus; Complete Dick Tracy 26; Conan Original Marvel Years Omnibus 2

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In the world of comic books, few writers or artists loom as large as the legendary Jack Kirby. By the early 1970s, he'd already spent 30 pioneering years innovating and exploring the comics art form. 
After a groundbreaking decade at Marvel, Kirby returned to DC Comics and immediately began crafting some of his best-loved works, most notably his cosmic epic, the Fourth World saga. For anyone but Jack Kirby, this colossal masterpiece would have been contribution enough to the DC canon, but "the King" spent that same period revitalizing all corners of the DC Universe, from superhero antics to experimental horror to wartime realism, and creating such unforgettable characters as Etrigan the Demon and OMAC. 
This volume pulls together more than 1,400 pages of these "other" Kirby comics from the 1970s and 1980s, featuring the Demon, the Sandman, the Losers and more! 
Collects stories from In the Days of the Mob #1-2, Spirit World #1, Weird Mystery Tales #1-3, The Demon#1-16, The Sandman #1-6, OMAC #1-8, Our Fighting Forces #151-162, Super Powers (Vol. 1) #1-5, Super Powers (Vol. 2) #1-6 and many more!

Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Volume 26
Having returned to policing duty on Planet Earth, former Space Sheriff Tracy finds a world markedly changed from the one he left. Feeling handcuffed by expanded legal protections afforded suspects and stricter guidelines of evidence, Tracy all but begs bad guys to shoot first, and he may get his wish, thanks to nemeses such as explosion-crazed Jonny Scorn, the hand-grenade toting revolutionary called El Tigress, and the aptly-named Dope King, in a story that features Tracy's most direct assault on drug traffickers, coinciding with Richard Nixon's "War on Drugs!"
These early '70s adventures also see the dauntless detective facing off against one of the strip's best late-era grotesque villains: Pouch, who uses a repulsive hidden flap in his neck to hide anything from stolen diamonds to automatic pistols. The plot also features a rare return by an earlier villain, as the Mole is released from prison after serving nineteen years, only to learn his granddaughter, Molene, is part of Pouch's gang! 
All this, plus: Tracy grows a mustache, Groovy seems to fall for a certain long-legged policewoman, and Gravel Gertie tries to figure out the mysterious link between the world's oldest tattoo artist and a million dollars in missing gems. Finally, an attempted burglary of rare metals from Diet Smith's plant introduces Peanut Butter, the smartest kid in the strip since Brilliant, the inventor of the Two-Way Wrist Radio. 
Volume 26 reprints all dailies and Sundays from December 24, 1970 to September 27, 1972.

The legend of Conan continues! Tired of the thieving life, Conan signs on as a mercenary for the warring kingdom of Turan. The enemy will tell of Conan's legendary skill in battle - if any of them live to tell the tale - but palace intrigue may prove more dangerous to the barbarian. After all, it's never wise to bed a wizard's woman. Then, Conan joins with Red Sonja for a multipart adventure. Last, but far from least, we present Roy Thomas and Gil Kane's never-before-reprinted GIANT-SIZE adaptation of "The Hour of the Dragon," the iconic story of how Conan became king and conqueror and met the woman who would become his wife. And it's all restored to the original coloring!

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Coming Up: Daredevil By Frank Miller Box Set

Out Oct. 15. Pre-order now from Amazon.


Visionary creator Frank Miller's complete saga of Matt Murdock and his first love, the lethal assassin Elektra Natchios - in a single exhilarating box set! One of the greatest runs not just in Daredevil history but in all of comics, Miller also introduced Stick and the Hand to the DD mythos and established the Kingpin and his sadistic marksman Bullseye as Matt's deadliest foes. Plus the stunning graphic novel LOVE & WAR, Miller's revolutionary revisit of the origin of the Man Without Fear, the starling continuation of Elektra's story, and much more!

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New on Video: Universal Horror Collection Vol. 2; 1984 - The Criterion Collection

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Coming Up: The Complete Nazz - Todd Rundgren's psych rock band

Out Aug. 30. Pre-order from Amazon now.


For the first time ever, all the recordings of Todd Rundgren's late '60s psych rock band Nazz are collected together in one far out 3CD box set!Includes all 3 commercially released studio albums plus tons of bonus material!Packaged in a high quality clam shell box with individual replication sleeves for the CDs and two sets of liner notes detailing the history of the band with images and words! 

Track list:

Disc: 1

  1. Open My Eyes
  2. Back of Your Mind
  3. See What You Can Be
  4. Hello, It's Me
  5. Wildwood Blues
  6. If That's the Way You Feel
  7. Then I Get My Plane
  8. Lemming Song
  9. Crowded
  10. She's Goin' Down
  11. Nazz Radio Commercials
  12. Train Kept a Rollin' (Album Outtake)
  13. Magic Me (Audition Tape)
  14. See What You Can Be (Audition Tape)
  15. Hello, It's Me (Demo)
  16. Crowded (Demo)
  17. Open My Eyes (Non-Phased Demo)
  18. Lemming Song (Demo)
  19. The Nazz Are Blue (Live)
  20. Why Is It Me (Woody's Truck Stop Version)
  21. Hello, It's Me (Mono Single Mix)
  22. Open My Eyes (Mono Single Mix)

Disc: 2

  1. Forget All About It
  2. Not Wrong Long
  3. Rain Rider
  4. Gonna Cry Today
  5. Meridian Leeward
  6. Under the Ice
  7. Hang on Paul
  8. Kiddie Boy
  9. Featherbedding Lover
  10. Letters Don't Count
  11. A Beautiful Song
  12. Not Wrong Long (Extended Beginning)
  13. Love Everywhere (Album Outtake)
  14. Sing a Song (Album Outtake)
  15. Sydney's Lunchbox (Album Outtake)
  16. Letters Don't Count (Todd Vocal)
  17. Meridian Leeeward (Alternate Version)
  18. Not Wrong Long (Mono Single Mix)
  19. Under the Ice (Mono Single Mix)

Disc: 3

  1. Some People
  2. Only One Winner
  3. Kicks
  4. Resolution
  5. It's Not That Easy
  6. Old Time Lovemaking
  7. Magic Me
  8. Loosen Up
  9. Take the Hand
  10. How Can You Call That Beautiful?
  11. Plenty of Lovin'
  12. Christopher Columbus
  13. You Are My Window
  14. Magic Me (Alternate Version)
  15. Resolution (Todd Vocal)
  16. Only One Winner (Todd Vocal)
  17. It's Not That Easy (Todd Vocal)
  18. Take the Hand (Todd Vocal)
  19. How Can You Call That Beautiful? (Todd Vocal)
  20. Forget All About It (Todd Vocal)
  21. Kicks (Long Version)
  22. Some People (Mono Single Mix)
  23. Magic Me (Single Mix)

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Coming Up: Doctor Who: Jon Pertwee Complete Season Four

Out Oct. 15. Pre-order from Amazon now.


Jon Pertwee’s complete fourth season as The Doctor in Doctor Who is coming to Blu-ray in this brand new collection!  In 1973, Doctor Who celebrated its tenth anniversary with a very special story reuniting the first two Doctors – William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton – with Jon Pertwee’s then-current Doctor. The Three Doctors kicks off an explosive, colorful series of adventures across all of time and space as the Doctor and Jo Grant (Katy Manning) encounter the rogue Time Lord Omega, the terrifying Drashigs, the noble Draconians, fearsome Ogrons, deadly Daleks and slithering giant maggots. This season also includes the final appearance of Roger Delgado as the Doctor’s arch nemesis The Master, plus adventures alongside Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney) and UNIT.

With all 26 episodes newly remastered from the best available sources, this Blu-ray box set also contains extensive and exclusive special features which include:

♦ A brand new feature-length documentary examining the Third Doctor’s Era, with archival contributions from Jon Pertwee, Barry Letts and Terrance Dicks plus all-new interviews with Katy Manning, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, presented by Matthew Sweet.
♦ Updated special effects and surround sound mix for Planet of the Daleks.
♦ Five new instalments of Behind the Sofa, featuring Katy Manning, Richard Franklin (Captain Yates) and John Levene (Sergeant Benton), along with 21st century Doctor Who panel Phil Collinson (Producer/Executive Producer), Pete McTighe (Writer) and Joy Wilkinson (Writer).
♦ Looking for Lennie, a documentary investigating the life of director Lennie Mayne.
♦ Keeping up with the Jones’, which sees Katy Manning with Stewart Bevan (Cliff Jones) pay a return visit to the Welsh locations from The Green Death.
♦ Plus: a repeat omnibus of The Green Death unseen since Christmas 1973, rare Panopticon convention footage, Blu-ray trailer, HD photo galleries plus scripts, production files and rare documentation provided as PDFs.
♦ The six-disc box set also includes hours of extensive special features previously released on DVD including two episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures that saw Katy Manning’s Jo Jones meet the Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith).

Time Capsule: CBS News footage of first moon landing

Coming Up: Ultraman - The Complete Series

Out Oct. 15. Pre-order from Amazon now.


ULTRAMAN, a giant alien from the Land of Light in Nebula M78, enters Earth's atmosphere in pursuit of an escaped space monster. In the skies above Japan he accidentally crashes into a Jet VTOL piloted by Hayata, a member of the Science Special Search Party (SSSP), an international research and defense agency that protects the world from monsters and aliens of all shapes and sizes. To save Hayata, Ultraman merges his life force with the dying human and vows to stay and fight for peace on Earth. Now, whenever the Patrol faces a threat too great for them to handle, Hayata transforms into Ultraman to save the day!
ULTRAMAN was Tsuburaya Productions' first color series, a sci-fi action adventure drama that dominated the ratings during its initial 1966-67 broadcast run in Japan. The show was quickly licensed for release in America, airing in syndication for nearly two decades. Colorful, fast-paced, and packed with memorable heroes, creatures and incredible special effects, ULTRAMAN was the foundation for a phenomena that continues to this day.

  • Complete, original Japanese broadcast edits - fully remastered and restored in HD
  • Lossless DTS-HD Master Audio
  • 28-page collectible booklet
  • Digital Redeption on movieSPREE!

Time Capsule: July 20, 1969

New comics collected editions for September 2019 - pre-order now!

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Battle runs through Conan's life like the blood in his veins. A stint with the mercenary Crimson Company isn't enough to quench his furor - but perhaps consorting with Bêlit, pirate queen of the Black Coast, can! Together, Conan and Bêlit will reave across Hyboria's high seas and into the dark depths of its jungles. There, Conan will earn his honored name - Amra - in one of the Cimmerian's greatest epics! Master storytellers Roy Thomas and John Buscema follow with a saga that brings Conan, Kull and even Red Sonja together! All the while, the struggle to reclaim Bêlit's title and lands from the Stygians carries on! Also featuring an adaptation of Robert E. Howard's first Conan tale - and a massive trove of rare bonus material!

Daredevil heads out to the Left Coast in a quest to earn back the love of Karen Page - and L.A.'s never been stranger! A cast of bizarre and action-packed enemies stands between DD and the woman he loves. Back in the Big Apple, Daredevil teams up with the Black Panther and joins forces with Iron Man and Nick Fury. Then, one of the greatest eras in the history of the Man Without Fear begins when Black Widow and Daredevil become partners. Together, they face Spider-Man and Sub-Mariner, the Man-Bull, the Owl, the Scorpion and more. The drama isn't only action: With the Black Widow in Daredevil's life, what will become of Matt Murdock's relationship with the lovely Karen Page?

It's time to Hulk-out! We begin with bare-fisted battles against the Sub-Mariner, the Inhumans and the bizarre swamp beast, the Glob! Then, the Hulk and the Thing go mano-a-mano. With Reed Richards' help, the man inside the monster is freed, allowing Bruce Banner to step up to the wedding altar with Betty Ross. But when the Leader and the Rhino return, happily ever after is the last thing they have in mind. There's also an earth-shaking battle between the Hulk and the Avengers; the Absorbing Man; a team-up with Dr. Strange; the unbelievable separation of Banner and the Hulk into separate beings; and the hordes of Hydra. This Hulk-sized Epic Collection will leave you feeling green and loving it!
Collecting: Incredible Hulk (1968) 118-137, Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 16

When J. Jonah Jameson's astronaut son, John Jameson, brings a strange red gemstone back from the moon, he finds himself transformed into the macabre Man-Wolf! Becoming a lycanthropic creature on the loose, the Man-Wolf battles Spider-Man, Morbius, Kraven the Hunter and more - while investigator Simon Stroud comes ever closer to the Man-Wolf's true identity! Jameson soon discovers the truth behind the gem - but does his destiny lie in Other Realm, wielding the sword of the Stargod? Or will the parasitic stone mean his destruction? Man-Wolf takes on Frankenstein's Monster, She-Hulk and more -but can Spider-Man save him from a fate worse than death?

Step once more inside the Tomb of Dracula for more superior supernatural stories of the Seventies! First, the debut of Hannibal King - a detective with a vampiric secret! Then, Dracula is drawn into a struggle to control the powerful statue of the Chimera! Flash back to Dracula's first meeting with Blade the Vampire Hunter - and when Quincy Harker learns that the Lord of Darkness still lives, it's time for a savage showdown that explores their full bitter rivalry! But who else has targeted Dracula? As the saga unfolds, it draws in Rachel Van Helsing, Frank Drake...and Brother Voodoo! Plus, a New York policeman's world is transformed by Dracula! And the Devil's Heart, and many more terrors, await across the centuries in tales from the vampire's past!

As one of the most celebrated anthology titles of the Bronze Age of Comics, THE HOUSE OF SECRETS cemented its iconic status in the 1970s under the transformative leadership of editor Joe Orlando, whose impeccable instincts yielded a cornucopia of devilish delights in every intriguing issue.
Now these classic tales of the mysterious and the macabre are gathered for the first time in a handsome hardcover edition. HOUSE OF SECRETS: THE BRONZE AGE OMNIBUS VOL. 2 collects issues #112-154 of the acclaimed series and features tantalizingly terrifying work from a host of comics' greatest talents, including writers Gerry Conway and Michael Fleisher and artists Alex Toth, Alex Niño, Alfredo Alcala and many more.