Amazing Fantasy Omnibus (Hardback)

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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 t…
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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: Amazing Adventures (1961) 1-6, Amazing Adult Fantasy (1961) 7-14, Amazing Fantasy (1961) 15

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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: Amazing Adventures (1961) 1-6, Amazing Adult Fantasy (1961) 7-14, Amazing Fantasy (1961) 15