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  • Agent Rogers
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    Ghost Rider já paguei, esse Tarzan vou comprar também.

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  • R2
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    Nada pra mim.

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  • Nick Naughty
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    Peguei Astro City mas foi no digital mesmo.

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  • scatroplauer
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    Dessas aí nada interessa, passo todas, ainda bem.

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  • luizsidi
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    Muita coisa boa:

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    In 1972, one of the most iconic characters in comic book history, the flame-skulled Ghost Rider, burned his demonic presence into readers' minds. Forevermore, a legion of fans were addicted to the Rider's combination of hell-on-wheels drama and action-horror adventure. And it begins here when Johnny Blaze makes a deal with the devil to save his friend's life. The payment due? Transformation into the Ghost Rider. The stories that follow will take the horror hero to Hell to battle Satan, pit him against the tempting Witch-Woman and team him with Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan. Written by Gary Friedrich and Tony Isabella and gloriously illustrated by Mike Ploog, Tom Sutton and Jim Mooney.
    COLLECTING: Marvel Spotlight (1971) 5-12, Ghost Rider (1973) 1-11, Marvel Team-Up (1972) 15

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    A hero dreams of flight. An alien spy prepares for invasion. A young man is mentored by a hero with dark secrets. A street criminal discovers a hero's identity. And much, much more. Step into a world of heroes and see them from a whole different perspective. These are the multiple-award-winning stories that began the epic series and changed how we think about superheroes.
    Collects KURT BUSIEK'S ASTRO CITY, VOL. 1 (#1-6) & VOL. 2 (#1-12, #1/2)

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    Previously available only to subscribers of the Edgar Rice Burroughs' website, Tarzan: The New Adventures is at last available in print.
    This incarnation of the Jungle Lord is presented in Sunday newspaper landscape format, with all-new stories penned by comics legend Roy Thomas (Conan the Barbarian, Avengers, X-Men) with stunning illustration by Thomas Grindberg, whose work stands alongside classic Tarzan illustrators such as Hal Foster, J. Allen St. John, and Frank Frazetta. No Tarzan comics collection is complete without Tarzan: The New Adventures.


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    Tony Stark's life takes a turn for the extraordinary when his ESP-empowered fiancée, Marianne Rodgers, is tormented by visions of Iron Man's death. As if that wasn't drama enough, the Stark Industries' Board of Directors vies to force Tony from his company as protesters riot at the gates. Then, Iron Man goes cosmic with the first appearances of Thanos, Drax the Destroyer and Moondragon. Next, a gauntlet of classic villains--from the Mandarin to Whiplash--push our hero to his limits. It stands against the backdrop of an increasingly tense love triangle between Tony Stark, Pepper Potts and Happy Hogan. An Avenger vs. Avenger battle and Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith's stunning retelling of Iron Man's origin top off this epic era!
    COLLECTING: Iron Man (1968) 47-67


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    The Marvel Masterworks reach the epic finale of legendary writer Roger Stern's Doctor Strange run! He's joined by Paul Smith and Dan Green and a host of top guest-artists, all of whom add their beautifully-crafted visuals to the magical milieu. These master storytellers will introduce Dr. Stephen Strange to some of his toughest challenges yet: Dracula is in pursuit of the mythical book of demonic power--the Darkhold! Scarlet Witch, Monica Rambeau, Blade and Hannibal King join forces with Doctor Strange to keep it from the Lord of the Vampires! Then, the curse of the Ebony Blade has driven the Black Knight mad. Can Doc Strange pull him back from the brink? Plus: Clea wages war to end Umar's reign over the Dark Dimension!
    COLLECTING: Doctor Strange (1974) 58-73




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