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Marvel Omnibus are large format, high quality, full color, hardcover omnibuses published by Marvel Comics. The Marvel Omnibus series reprints classic comics on higher-quality paper stock and provide full-color compilations of multiple comics. They often contain complete runs, either by collecting multiple consecutive issues or by focusing on the works of a particular writer or artist. Many of them also reprint the letters pages as found in the original comics. ALL ARE OFFERED HERE AT 40% OFF RETAIL!! ALL ARE NEW AND SEALED!!


Amazing Fantasy Omnibus

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At the dawn of the Silver Age, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko - three of comics' greatest talents - had readers crying, "Make mine monsters," with a cadre of ten-ton terrors, from Torr to Manoo to the one and only Monsteroso! Backed up by weird tales of witchcraft, Martians and occult master Dr. Druid, it seemed that these titanic tales could never be topped. And then Lee and Ditko did just that, seamlessly transitioning into an all-new approach featuring aliens, time travel, ghosts and atomic nightmares! With lushly illustrated stories, Ditko set a new standard for comic art, and Lee raised the bar ever higher with his scintillating scripts. And, oh, in the last issue they created some guy named Spider-Man. Experience a lynchpin series in Marvel history! Collecting the complete run of all three title variations of this groundbreaking comic! AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) #1-6, AMAZING ADULT FANTASY #7-14 and AMAZING FANTASY (1962) #15. Retail price is $75.00. Our price is $45.00.
Amazing Fantasy Omnibus



August 1961 Omnibus

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In August 1961, FANTASTIC FOUR #1 hit newsstands, heralding a new take on super hero stories and the birth of the Silver Age Marvel Universe! But Marvel Comics had been around for years before that, publishing Western, romance, comedy, monster and science fiction titles, and in August 1961, FANTASTIC FOUR was just one of over a dozen very different Marvel books! Now, sixty years later, experience the excitement of being a comic book fan in that momentous month, with a complete collection of every issue that shared the shelves with FF #1, many never before reprinted! COLLECTING: Journey Into Mystery (1952) 73-74; Kathy (1959) 13; Life with Millie (1960) 13; Patsy Walker (1945) 97; Amazing Adventures (1961) 6; Fantastic Four (1961) 1; Kid Colt, Outlaw (1949) 101; Linda Carter, Student Nurse (1961) 2; Millie the Model (1945) 105; Strange Tales (1951) 90; Tales of Suspense (1959) 23; Tales to Astonish (1959) 25; Gunsmoke Western (1955) 67; Love Romances (1949) 96; Teen-Age Romance (1960) 84; Amazing Adult Fantasy (1961) 7; Patsy and Hedy (1952) 79; Rawhide Kid (1960) 25. Retail price is $150.00. Our price is $90.00.
August 1961 Omnibus



June 1962

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Where were you in June of 1962? We know where Spider-Man was: Making his historic debut in Amazing Fantasy #15. But that wasn't the only thing going in that all-important mo nth in Marvel history: Thor first held aloft the hammer Mjolnir. Hank Pym donned his cybernetic helmet becoming Ant-Man. The FF squared off against Namor and Doctor Doom. Kid Colt mixed it up with the Circus of Crime. Millie the Model got mixed up in more Hanover hijinks. Patsy and Hedy worked on their frenemy-ship. Star-crossed lovers dealt with the ups and downs of romance, all while tales of horror and fantasy stories crept from the pages of titles like Strange Tales. Marvel: June 1962 Omnibus collects every comic from this month of Marvel milestones!COLLECTING: Journey into Mystery (1952) 83, Amazing Fantasy (1962) 15, Tales to Astonish (1959) 35, Kathy (1959) 18, Life with Millie (1960) 18, Patsy Walker (1945) 102, Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 106, Fantastic Four (1961) 6, Linda Carter Student Nurse (1961) 7, Millie the Model (1945) 110, Strange Tales (1951) 100, Tales of Suspense (1959) 33, Love Romances (1949) 101, Incredible Hulk (1962) 3, Gunsmoke Western (1955) 72, Patsy and Hedy (1952) 84, Rawhide Kid (1955) 30. Retail price is $125.00. Our price is $75.00.
June 1962 Omnibus



February 1964

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1st printing. Collects Daredevil (1964-1998 1st Series) #1, The Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) #12, Fantastic Four (1961-1996 1st Series) #26, Thor (1962-1996 Marvel 1st Series Journey Into Mystery) #103, Kid Colt Outlaw (1948-1979) #116, Millie the Model (1945-1973 Marvel) #120, Modeling with Millie (1963-1967) #30, Patsy Walker (1945-1965) #114, Strange Tales (1951-1976 1st Series) #120, Tales of Suspense (1959-1968) #53, Tales to Astonish (1959-1968 1st Series) #55, Two-Gun Kid (1948-1977) #69, The Avengers (1963-1996 1st Series) #5, Patsy and Hedy (1952-1967) #94, Rawhide Kid (1955-1979) #40, Sgt. Fury (1963-1981) #7 and The Uncanny X-Men (1963-2011 1st Series) #5. Written by Stan Lee, Don Rico, and Larry Lieber. Art by Jack Kirby, Stan Goldberg, Dick Ayers, Steve Ditko, Bill Everett, Larry Lieber, Jack Keller, Al Hartley, Don Heck, Paul Reinman, Sol Brodsky, George Roussos [as George Bell], and Chic Stone. Cover by Jack Kirby and Bill Everett. The House of Ideas is proud to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Daredevil with an Omnibus collecting every Marvel comic released during the month of his debut! DAREDEVIL presented a rougher, grittier take on the super hero concept, with young Matt Murdock growing up on the wrong side of the tracks with a father on the hook with the mob. Stan Lee and Bill Everett crafted a brilliant blend of crime, action and heroics that built the foundation for one of Marvel's greatest characters. But what else was happening that historic month? Marvel boasted a wonderfully engaging mix of romance, teen humor, Westerns and, of course, a growing stable of increasingly interconnected super heroes! Take a trip back to the spinner rack and relive them all! Retail price is $100.00. Our price is $60.00.
February 1964 Omnibus



Black Widow Strikes

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Collecting the complete early adventures, solo series and rare graphic novel appearances of the Black Widow! From her debut as a Russian spy through her early days with the Avengers and her character-defining solo series, the story of Natasha Romanoff is one of comics' most captivating. She evolves from villain to teammate and finally into a hero all her own. She plays the spy game and fights in the Marvel Universe's dark corners. And not one of her foes will soon forget the sting of the Black Widow! Collecting AVENGERS (1963) #29-30, #36-37 and #43-44; AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #86; DAREDEVIL (1964) #81; BLACK WIDOW: THE COLDEST WAR GN; PUNISHER/BLACK WIDOW: SPINNING DOOMSDAY'S WEB GN; DAREDEVIL/BLACK WIDOW: ABATTOIR GN; FURY/BLACK WIDOW: DEATH DUTY; JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1996) #517-519; material from TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #52-53, #57, #60 and #64; AMAZING ADVENTURES (1970) #1-8; BIZARRE ADVENTURES #25; MARVEL FANFARE (1982) #10-13; SOLO AVENGERS #7; MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS (1988) #135; DAREDEVIL ANNUAL #10; and subplot pages from AVENGERS (1963) #16, #32-33, #38-39, #41-42, #45-47, #57, #63-64 and #76. By Stan Lee and Don Heck. Retail price is $100.00. Our price is $60.00.
Black Widow Strikes v.1 Omnibus



Captain Mar-Vell

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Branded a traitor for defending the people of Earth, the space-born Kree hero Captain Mar-Vell uses his cosmic powers as our planet's protector. And the good Captain's legacy is strong: From his early adventures drawn by Gene Colan to his reinvention by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane to his iconic cosmic awakening under Jim Starlin, each story is presented in oversized glory in this massive Omnibus volume. Also featuring the first appearance of Carol Danvers, Rick Jones bonding with Cap by way of the cosmic Nega-Bands, war with the vicious Col. Yon-Rogg, battles with the Black Widow, Captain America and Hulk, and last, but not least, the first appearance of Thanos! Collecting MARVEL SUPER-HEROES (1967) #12-13, CAPTAIN MARVEL (1968) #1-33, IRON MAN (1968) #55 and material from NOT BRAND ECHH #9. By Roy Thomas and Gene Colan. Retail price is $100.00. Our price is $60.00.
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Doctor Strange

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Vain, greedy and prideful, Dr. Stephen Strange was a world-renowned surgeon until a car accident crippled his hands. Broken and destitute, he journeyed to Tibet in search of a legendary healer. He found not a man of medicine, but the venerable Ancient One, and the path to the mystic arts! From Dr. Strange's eerie house on a Greenwich Village corner, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko created new dimensions and otherworldly terrors - stories which remain as influential today as they were on 1960s' counter-culture. Now, Marvel is proud to offer this collection of the complete Lee/Ditko Doctor Strange run! In one beautifully restored hardcover volume, experience the iconic first appearances of Baron Mordo, Eternity, Dormammu and the Mindless Ones, as well as Wong and the lovely Clea! COLLEC TING: Material from Strange Tales (1951) 110-111, 114-146; Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) 2. Retail price is $75.00. Our price is $45.00.
Doctor Strange v.1 Omnibus



Golden Age Human Torch

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Marvel proudly presents TIMELY'S GREATEST, a series of once-in-a-lifetime Omnibi presenting the greatest stories from the era when Marvel was known as Timely Comics. Marvel's first super hero, the burning-hot hit known as the Human Torch, seared his way into readers' minds in 1939, setting the path for all Marvel icons to come. Carl Burgos' fiery hero wasn't a typical do-gooder; he was a creation of cutting-edge science in a world that was terrifi ed by his burning visage. In this first-time-ever collection of every Human Torch tale from the character's debut through Carl Burgos' April 1942 induction into the war eff ort, you'll experience the birth of Marvel Comics. Also featuring Burgos' rare post-war and 1950s Torch stories and covers. COLLECTING: MARVEL COMICS 1; MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS 2-34, 83; HUMAN TORCH 2-7, 28; ALL-WINNERS COMICS 1-4; DARING MYSTERY COMICS 7; CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS 76; YOUNG MEN 24-28. Retail price is $150.00. Our price is $90.00.
Golden Age Human Torch Omnibus



Golden Age Marvel Comics

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In August 1939 a new voice hit the newsstands and changed the comic-book world forever: MARVEL COMICS #1, with its blazing Human Torch cover, had arrived! And this 64-page pulp package wasn't your typical assortment of super-powered, straight-laced, do-gooders-this was something completely new. The amazing android creation of Dr. Phineas Horton, the Human Torch was neither man nor hero-he was a blazing force of nature that shocked and unsettled mankind. Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner, the half-human/half-Atlantean, ventures from his undersea kingdom into the world of man-not with a mind set on peace, but towards vengeance! These two characters would form the foundation for the style of conflicted hero that defi nes Marvel to this day, and you'll see them evolve across twelve full issues from their raw forms into the battling fire and water mega-hits of the Golden Age! They're flanked by an eclectic set born out of the fast-paced energy and imagination of the Golden Age including the heroic Angel; the wild and incomparable robot invention, Electro; the hard-edged detective, the Ferret; Terry Vance, the boy adventurer; the Western Masked Raider; and the ongoing jungle adventures of Ka-Zar, the Great. Featuring an extensive essay on Marvel's pulp magazine pre-history, publisher Martin Goodman and the birth of Marvel Comics by noted historian Will Murray, and topped off with special bonus features including original artwork and items never seen since 1939, this collection forms the cornerstone of Marvel history essential for every comic book fan, collector and historian! COLLECTING: MARVEL COMICS 1 & MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS 2-12. Retail price is $150.00. Our price is $90.00.
Golden Age Marvel Comics Omnibus



Golden Age Simon & Kirby

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Marvel proudly presents TIMELY'S GREATEST, a series of once-in-a-lifetime volumes presenting the greatest stories of the Golden Age, when Marvel was known as Timely Comics! Joe Simon and Jack Kirby entered the comic book field separately, and undoubtedly would have made major impacts on their own - but when their talents came together, it wasn't an impact, it was an earthquake. The Simon & Kirby team immediately became synonymous with innovative storytelling, powerful artwork and hit characters. They would birth some of the 1940s' most enduring creations, including the embodiment of a nation's fighting spirit: Captain America! This Omnibus collects Simon & Kirby's Timely Comics stories and covers, from the Vision to the Fiery Mask - and the rare Red Raven Collecting: Daring Mystery Comics 1-3, 6-8; Red Raven Comics 1; Marvel Mystery Comics 12-25; Human Torch 2 (1); Captain America Comics 1-10; USA Comics 1-3; All-Winners Comics 1-2; Young Allies Comics 1; Mystic Comics 7. Retail price is $150.00. Our price is $90.00.
Golden Age Simon & Kirby Omnibus



Golden Age Sub-Mariner Pre-War

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Marvel proudly presents TIMELY'S GREATEST, a series of once-in-a-lifetime volumes presenting the greatest stories of the Golden Age, when Marvel was known as Timely Comics! Our debut volume celebrates the incomparable adventures of comics' first antihero, Prince Namor the Sub-Mariner! Bill Everett's Sub-Mariner cut a bold path, defending his undersea kingdom, invading New York City, fighting the Axis powers, and battling both against and alongside the Human Torch! Like his signature character, Everett was an iconoclast ahead of his time. His lush, detailed artwork and engrossing ongoing storylines were unlike anything else of the era! For the first time ever, experience every adventure of Prince Namor from his 1939 debut through Bill Everett's February 1942 induction into the armed services. COLLECTING: MARVEL COMICS 1; MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS 2-31; SUB-MARINER COMICS 1-4; HUMAN TORCH 2-6; ALLWINNERS COMICS 1-4; DARING MYSTERY COMICS 7-8; COMEDY COMICS 9. Retail price is $150.00. Our price is $90.00.
Golden Age Sub-Mariner Pre-War Omnibus



Golden Age Sub-Mariner Post-War

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Marvel proudly presents TIMELY'S GREATEST, a series of once-in-a-lifetime volumes presenting the greatest stories of the Golden Age, when Marvel was known as Timely Comics! After his service in World War II, Bill Everett returned to the Sub-Mariner without missing a beat. In fact, Everett's art and storytelling was better than ever. Never before reprinted, his post-war Sub-Mariner and Namora tales are anarchic, energetic and utterly endearing! This volume also features Everett's fan-favorite 1950s Sub-Mariner revival during Marvel's "Atlas Era." Alongside Namora, Princess Fen and intrepid love interest Betty Dean, Namor faces off against the nefarious Prince Byrrah, his own doppelganger, giant crocodiles and Communists aplenty! These stories define the Sub-Mariner in a way never captured in any comic series before or since! COLLECTING: SUB-MARINER COMICS 21-24, 26-30, 32-42; NAMORA 1-3; MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS 84-86, 90-91; HUMAN TORCH 28, 30, 37-38; BLONDE PHANTOM 17; YOUNG MEN 24-28; MEN'S ADVENTURES 28. Retail price is $125.00. Our price is $75.00.
Golden Age Sub-Mariner Post-War Omnibus



Marvel Masters of Suspense

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Before Steve Ditko revolutionized comic book super-heroes with the Amazing Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, he applied his incomparable storytelling mastery to taught suspense-thrillers. These chilling stories were cast with nervous-eyed dreamers and sweaty-palmed schemers, none of whom make it out with getting theirs. They were parables of wrenching psychological tension, expressed by one of comic book's most unique creative minds, and they will leave you curled up and screaming for more--whether you like it or not! From his very first Marvel work in 1956 through to his last five-page masterpiece, every iconic Silver Age Ditko short is collected in these incomparable Omnibus editions. COLLECTING: JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) 33, 38, 50-73, STRANGE TALES (1951) 46, 50, 67-91, TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) 1-26, TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) 1-15, 17-24, STRANGE WORLDS (1958) 1-5, WORLD OF FANTASY(1956) 16-19, AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) 1-6, JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS (1950) 45, 51, MYSTERY TALES (1950) 40, 45, 47, TWO-GUN WESTERN (1956) 4, WORLD OF SUSPENSE (1956) 2, MARVEL TALES (1949) 147, SPELLBOUND (1952) 29, STRANGE TALES OF THE UNUSUAL (1955) 5, ASTONISHING (1951) 53, WORLD OF MYSTERY (1956) 3, 6, BATTLE (1951) 63, GUNSMOKE WESTERN (1955) 66. Retail price is $100.00. Our price is $60.00.
Marvel Masters of Suspense Omnibus



Mighty Thor

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A masterpiece of immortal action, cosmic scope and boundless drama, Stan and Jack's THOR collaborations mark a cornerstone of the Marvel Universe - and that's no small accomplishment coming from the imaginations of the most celebrated creators in comics! This second Omnibus edition brings you milestone stories including the first appearances of Ego the Living Planet, Ulik the Troll and the Wrecker; battles with the Absorbing Man, the Destroyer and the Super-Skrull; adventures into Pluto's underworld and atop the High Evolutionary's Wundagore Mountain; the debut of Lady Sif as Thor's love interest; and classic tales featuring Thor and Hercules. Backed up by "Tales of Asgard" and featuring each issue's original letters page, it's an extravaganza on an Asgardian scale! COLLECTING: Journey Into Mystery (1952) 83-120, Journey Into Mystery Annual (1965) 1. Retail price is $100.00. Our price is $60.00.
Mighty Thor Omnibus






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