John Broome & Carmine Infantino Featuring the first appearance of Professor Zoom, the Reverse-Flash! A time capsule sent directly to the future results in the creation of a new menace for the Flash...Professor Zoom!
John Broome & Gil Kane “THE CREATURE THAT COULDN’T DIE!” Hal Jordan faces a creature whose eyes emit beams of yellow energy, the only problem is Hal’s Green Lantern ring is useless against the color yellow! Plus, “THE SECRET OF THE BLACK MUSEUM!”
John Broome, Bob Kanigher & Carmine Infantino The first appearance and origin of the Silver Age Flash, Barry Allen, and his wife, Iris West! This issue officially begins the Silver Age of comics with Barry Allen serving as the first DC Silver Age superhero!
Bob Kanigher, John Broome, Carmine Infantino, Frank Giacoia, Joe Giella, Joe Kubert & Murphy Anderson The earliest adventures of the Flash-police scientist Barry Allen and star of the hit TV series THE FLASH on the CW! These classic stories from the 1950s tell the origin of the Flash, his discovery of his incredible super-speed, and the introductions of the first of his "Rogues Gallery" of super-villains-including Captain Cold, Gorilla Grodd and Weather Wizard, the Pied Piper, Mirror Master and Mr. Element. Also in this volume, witness the debut appearances of fellow heroes Kid Flash and the Elongated Man! Collects SHOWCASE #4, #8 and #14, and THE FLASH #105-112.
Geoff Johns, Gardner Fox, John Broome, Bob Kanigher, Carmine Infantino, Francis Manapul & Ethan Van Sciver THE FLASH: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS collects a wide range of stories featuring the Scarlet Speedster, ranging his seven decades as a mainstay in the DC Comics universe. From the original Flash, Jay Garrick, to his successors Barry Allen and Wally West, the mantle of this beloved hero has made him burst beyond the printed page into a pop culture symbol. This anthology graphic novel collects stories from the industry's legendary talents, including Gardner Fox, John Broome and Geoff Johns.
John Broome, Julius Schwartz, Carmine Infantino & Bernard Baily The adventures of Barry Allen, the Silver Age Flash, begin with the retelling of his origin from SHOWCASE #4 and the first appearance of a key member of the Flash's Rogues Gallery, Mirror Master! Continuing the numbering from FLASH COMICS #104.
John Broome & Carmine Infantino Barry Allen meets Kid Flash, Wally West! This is the first appearance of Kid Flash, who later assumes his mentor's mantle after CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS. This issue also features the first appearance and origin of the Weather Wizard in "Challenge of the Weather Wizard!"
John Broome, Carmine Infantino & Bernard Baily This issue features the first appearance of two members of Flash's Rogues Gallery. First, Pied Piper plays his way onto the scene in 'Pied Piper of Peril.' Then, the Flash journeys to Gorilla City for the very first time and meets Gorilla Grodd in 'Menace of the Super-Gorilla!'
John Broome & Gil Kane A new series begins, collecting the complete adventures of Green Lantern from his earliest appearances in the late 1950s in chronological order as they originally appeared.
The adventures begin with the origin of Earth's Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, as he inherits the power ring of his fallen predecessor, Abin Sur. Before long, Green Lantern faces strange foes from lost worlds, as well as the deadly Weaponers of Qward, and starts to unravel the mysteries of his own Power Battery. Collects SHOWCASE #22-24 and GREEN LANTERN #1-3.
John Broome, Mike Friedrich, Dick Dillin, Jack Burnley & Paul Reinman The Justice League of America continue their fight with the malevolent cosmic vampire, Starbreaker. Backup stories featuring Sargon the Sorcerer and Starman.
John Broome, Gardner Fox & Carmine Infantino The Heat is On for Captain Cold' features the first appearance and origin of the villain Heat Wave! This issue also features the story 'Metal-Eater From the Stars!'
John Broome & Gil Kane Green Lantern's comic book series made its debut with this issue that introduced the Guardians of the Universe, the leaders of the Green Lantern Corps, and a mission to 'The Planet of Doomed Men!' Plus: What is the strange secret of the giant marionette that threatens Coast City?
Geoff Johns, Dennis O'Neil, John Broome, Neal Adams, Gil Kane & Martin Nodell Collecting stories from more than seven decades of comics, GREEN LANTERN: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS honors all of Earth’s Green Lanterns—from the wartime avenger Alan Scott to brash Guy Gardner, from solemn John Stewart to young, cool Kyle Rayner. And, of course, read the rise, fall and redemption of the greatest Green Lantern of them all: Hal Jordan! This crash course in the history of the Emerald Crusader contains GL’s Golden Age debut by Bill Finger and Martin Nodell and Silver Age reinvention at the hands of John Broome and Gil Kane, up through his modern adventures by Geoff Johns. Other legendary talents featured include Alex Toth, Dennis O’Neil, Neal Adams, Mike Grell, Darwyn Cooke, Ethan Van Sciver and Doug Mahnke.
John Broome, Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino & Murphy Anderson Written by John Broome (THE FLASH, GREEN LANTERN) and Robert Kanigher (SUICIDE SQUAD: THE SILVER AGE) and illustrated by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella, THE FLASH: THE SILVER AGE VOL. 2 collects the era-defining adventures of the Scarlet Speedster. Police scientist Barry Allen always enjoyed the exploits of his favorite comic book crime-fighter, the Flash. But before lightning struck his lab and infused his body with the power of super-speed, he never dreamed he would follow in his hero’s footsteps! Fortunately for comics fans everywhere, that’s exactly what happened—and when DC’s revitalized Flash burst onto newsstands in 1956, he opened the door to a new age of excitement—a Silver Age of superheroes, spearheaded by legendary DC editor Julius Schwartz and his titanically talented team of creative collaborators. Now, for the first time, these groundbreaking Flash stories are available in an all-new series of comprehensive Omnibus editions. Collects THE FLASH #117-132.
John Broome & Gil Kane The 1960s adventures of Green Lantern continue in this new volume reprinting his stories in their original order of publication. Included are the Emerald Gladiator's battles with The Weaponers of Qward, renegade Green Lantern Sinestro, Hector Hammond, and introduces Tomar Re, an alien Green Lantern.
John Broome & Gil Kane One of Green Lantern's greatest foes, The Weaponer of Qward, makes his debut in this titanic tale! But how can GL defeat a foe whose powerful weapons are colored yellow? Plus: Can Hal Jordan solve 'The Riddle of the Frozen Ghost Town'?
Gardner Fox, John Broome & Gil Kane Perhaps the most famous of all the Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan put on the lantern’s ring for the first time in 1959. A re-envisioning of the original crime-fighting Green Lantern (Alan Scott), created by John Broome in the 1940s, this new Green Lantern was a science fiction adventurer. He battled aliens, giant monsters, wealthy sociopaths out to steal his power ring...and the efforts of his lady love, Carol Ferris, to discover his true identity. As the Green Lantern of the Silver Age of comic books, Hal Jordan captured the imagination of a space-minded society of the ’50s and ’60s. GREEN LANTERN: THE SILVER AGE VOLUME 1 collects the adventures of Hal Jordan as he takes on the responsibility of the ring and the lantern for the first time in SHOWCASE #22-24 and GREEN LANTERN #1-9.
John Broome, Gardner Fox & Carmine Infantino Here Comes Captain Boomerang' features the first appearance of the villainous Captain Boomerang, who would be a thorn in the side of the Flashes for years to come.
John Broome & Carmine Infantino William Dawson uses a special gun that causes Flash to gain 1,000 pounds! Plus, the Elongated Man travels to the Yucatan to see the Ginkgo tree that gives him his ability to stretch.
John Broome & Gil Kane The 1960s adventures of Green Lantern continue in this new volume reprinting his stories in their original order of publication.
Included are the story of Green Lantern's oath, a battle with Sinestro, a guest-appearance by The Flash and the debut of the villainous Sonar.
John Broome & Gil Kane The 1960s adventures of Green Lantern continue in this new volume reprinting his stories in their original order of publication. Included are the Emerald Gladiator's confrontation with his new bosses the Guardians of Oa, an early team-up with fellow Silver Age icon Barry Allen (Flash), the origin of the Green Lantern oath and much much more!
John Broome, Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino & Joe Giella Police scientist Barry Allen always enjoyed the exploits of his favorite comic book crime-fighter, the Flash. But before lightning struck his lab and infused his body with the power of super-speed, he never dreamed he would follow in his hero’s footsteps! Fortunately for comics fans everywhere, that’s exactly what happened—and when DC’s revitalized Flash burst onto newsstands in 1956, he opened the door to a new age of excitement—a Silver Age of superheroes, spearheaded by DC editor Julius Schwartz and his team of creative collaborators. Now, six decades after his debut, Barry Allen’s Flash continues to blaze trails faster than the eye can see—and here is where it all begins! Featuring tales from Silver Age legends John Broome, Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino and more, The Flash: The Silver Age Volume Three collects the era-defining adventures of the Scarlet Speedster from The Flash #133-147.
John Broome, Cary Bates & Carmine Infantino In a shocking turn of events, Kid Flash testifies in court—against his mentor! This issue features the origin of the Flash's sidekick! 'The Trial of the Flash' part 5.
John Broome, Gardner Fox & Gil Kane “HALF A GREEN LANTERN IS BETTER THAN NONE!” Featuring the first appearance of Black Hand! A new villain has arrived on the scene. His name is Black Hand, and he’s devised a plot that will drain all of the energy out of Green Lantern’s ring!
John Broome, Len Wein, Carmine Infantino & Irv Novick Barry Allen wakes up to find Joan Garrick in his bedroom and the Golden Age Flash costume in his closet. Where is Jay Garrick...and is the answer one Barry Allen can handle?
John Broome, Gil Kane, Joe Giella & Murphy Anderson The most famous of all the Green Lanterns, Hal Jordan put on the Lantern’s ring for the first time in 1959. Reinvented from the original 1940s crime-fighting Green Lantern by John Broome, this new Green Lantern was a science-fiction adventurer. He battled aliens, giant monsters and wealthy sociopaths out to steal his ring, and fended off the efforts of his love, Carol Ferris, to discover his true identity. As the Green Lantern of the Silver Age of comic books, Hal Jordan captured the imagination of a space-minded society of the ’50s and ’60s. GREEN LANTERN: THE SILVER AGE VOLUME 2 collects the adventures of Hal Jordan as he takes on the responsibility of the ring and the lantern in GREEN LANTERN #10-22.
Len Wein, Bob Kanigher, John Broome, Carmine Infantino, Irv Novick & Dick Giordano “A Kind Of Miracle In Central City.” Featuring nuns who go after crooks that are using a church to store pilfered goods, and Barry and Iris attend a church social. Also, when Kid Flash traces a mysterious explosion to another dimension, he finds that it was caused by the K-10 gang.
John Broome, Don Cameron, Bob Kanigher, Carmine Infantino, Lee Elias & Mort Meskin Reprinting adventures of the Flash from issues past—featuring "The Amazing Race Against Time," "Duet of Danger," and more!
John Broome & Gil Kane Sinestro returns—and he's found a way to turn Green Lantern's own power battery against him! "The Battle of the Power Rings" features five more Green Lanterns from strange, distant worlds. Plus, get to know Hal Jordan's brothers, Jack and Jim—both of whom are suspected of being the real Green Lantern!
John Broome & Gil Kane “THE GREEN LANTERN’S FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL!” Green Lanterns Hal Jordan and Tomar-Re are assisted by newly deputized Green Lantern Charley Vicker as they find and disable a fortress full of aliens on a prison planet.
John Broome & Gil Kane “THE SPECTACULAR ROBBERIES OF TV’S MASTER VILLAIN!” Green Lantern is surprised to encounter the Dazzler robbing a safe! Why is he surprised? Because the Dazzler is a super-villain from a television show.
John Broome & Gil Kane “POWER RINGS FOR SALE!” When Hal Jordan begins to act out of character, the Guardians of the Universe suspect it could have to do with an evil race of alien beings approaching the Earth, the Grolls!