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Dan Dare: Red Moon Mystery

Britain's first space hero, Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future, made his 1950 debut in the weekly boys' paper, The Eagle. Created and drawn by Frank Hampson, Dan Dare set a new high watermark for artistic creativity and imagination, with the stories checked for scientific accuracy by science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke.  The two page comics, told with cliff hanger endings, here form a continuous narrative. Titan Books U.K. has gone all out on these hardback, oversize (12" X 9"), full color editions, which include interviews with Hampson and numerous extras. These affordable volumes now bring Britain's hero of the spaceways to a new generation. "The Red Moon Mystery" originally ran in The Eagle from Vol. 2 #26 - Vol. 3 # 11. (A dazzling array of Dan Dare toys and tie-ins were also produced. For more information, see the Dan Dare chapter of Blast Off! from Dark Horse books on the "Robot Books" page under "Books."

Dan Dare: Marooned on Mercury

"Marooned on Mercury" originally ran in The Eagle from Vol. 3  #12- 46.

Dan Dare: Voyage to Venus Part One

For those wishing to read the books in order, "Operation Saturn" originally followed "Marooned On Mercury" in The Eagle.

Dan Dare: Voyage to Venus Part Two

Dan Dare: Operation Saturn Part One

Hampson was known for long story continuities. One of the longest and most developed stories, "Operation Saturn" originally ran in The Eagle from Vol. 3 # 47 - Vol. 5 # 21.

Dan Dare: Operation Saturn Part Two

Adventures of Tintin Vol. One

Each of these beautiful volumes contains three complete Tintin books. One reason to par les vous Francais is to read Herge's adventures of Tintin and his dog, Snowy, in the original French. But until then, don't miss the dazzling art of these unique comics, now available in these English language editions. Long a favorite in Europe, Tintin gained a new following in the U.S. when the Adventures of Tintin cartoon ran briefly on Nick, which will hopefully soon make it out on DVD. Volume one includes these books: Tintin in America, Cigars of the Pharoah, and The Blue Lotus.

Adventures of Tintin Vol. Two

Volume two includes these books: The Broken Ear, The Black Island, and King Ottokar's Sceptre.

Adventures of Tintin Vol. Three

Volume three includes these books: The Crab with the Golden Claws, The Shooting Star, and The Secret of the Unicorn.

Adventures of Tintin Vol. Four

Volume four includes these books: Red Rackham's Treasure, The Seven Crystal Balls, and Prisoners of the Sun.

Adventures of Tintin Vol. Five

Volume five includes these books: Land of Black Gold, Destination Moon, and Explorers on the Moon.

Adventures of Tintin Vol. Six

Volume six includes these books: The Calculus Affair, The Red Sea Sharks, and Tintin in Tibet.

Adventures of Tintin Vol. Seven

Volume seven includes these books: The Castafiore Emerald, Flight 714, and The Picaros.

Tintin: The Complete Companion

A stunningly beautiful hardback guide to all things Tintin. Long out of print, and now available again.

Magnus Robot Fighter: 4,000 AD Vol. 1

Beginning in 1963, and with unprecedented creative freedom, Russ Manning raised the bar of the science fiction adventure story with this incredible Gold Key comic. A long favorite of collectors, Dark Horse has collected these volumes in beautiful, oversize (10" X 7") full colr hardbacks, each numbering about 200 pages.

Magnus Robot Fighter: 4,000 AD Vol. 2

Magnus Robot Fighter: 4,000 AD Vol. 3

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Vol. 1

Various artists produced this 1960s adventure comic gem, including Wally Wood, Steve Ditko and Gil Kane. Rediscover D.C.'s silver age adventures in these oversize (10" X 6") D.C. Universe hardbacks. About 250 pages each.

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Vol. 2

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Vol. 3

T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Vol. 4

Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon Vol. 1

Rediscover the marvel of the funny papers in these oversize (9" X 12") hardback collections from Checker Books. See why Alex Raymond's lush, painterly style continues to dazzle readers in these compelling and dramatic stories.

Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon Vol. 2

Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon Vol. 3

Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon Vol. 4

Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon Vol. 5

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