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Comic Book History of Comics #1 (of 6) The award-winning Action Philosophers team of Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey turn their irreverent-but-accurate eye to the stories of Jack Kirby, R. Crumb, Harvey Kurtzman, Alan Moore, Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Fredric Wertham, Roy Lichtenstein, Art Spiegelman, Herge, Osamu Tezuka – and more!

Invincible #70.5: Invincible Returns AT LONG LAST, INVINCIBLE RETURNS TO HIS ORIGINAL COSTUME! After the shocking events of the Invincible War and the cataclysmic battle with Conquest, Invincible is ready to turn the page to a bold new era: just in time for THE VILTRUMITE WAR, starting in next month's INVINCIBLE #71! This special self-contained issue will bring readers new and old up to speed on everyone's favorite superhero comic. If you've never read INVINCIBLE, now is the time to dive in!

Fantastic Four Vol. 2 #4 An alien world, a thousand-year-old prophesy--is the Invisible Woman a long-awaited intergalactic messiah?

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Archie: The #Vampire Saga Digital Exclusive What happens when #Archie and the gang get tangled up with the most fearsome creatures of the night? Things get a little batty! Join the #Riverdale gang in some stories that you can really sink your fangs into. Whether you’re a #Twihard or like to kick it old-school with #Dracula, this book’s got you covered. With over 100 pages of bloody good stories, this book has more laughs than you can count! #Twilight #comics #comicsplus #iversemedia

Harvey Kurtzman’s Jungle Book: Essential Kurtzman Volume 1 Harvey Kurtzman’s Jungle Book (#26 on The Comics Journal’s Top 100 Comics) is a “lost” classic. Crumb, Spiegelman, and Gilliam, among others, were inspired and influenced by Kurtzman’s masterpiece. This collection is back in print after twenty-five years! Includes an introduction by Gilbert Shelton, an essay by Denis Kitchen, and a conversational afterword by Pete Poplaski and Robert Crumb!