Did you know Robin had his own long-running comic back in the Golden Age? Let Mark Waid tell you more! Buy it for the Robin stories. You can do it by clicking here.
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Simon and Kirby’s Other Patriotic Hero
Never heard of Fighting American? Let Mark Waid fill you in! To own this rare book yourself, just click here!
The Case of the Kryptonite Muffins
Ace reporter? Sure. Ace chef? Maybe not so much… You know you want it. Click here to buy this classic issue!
Silver Age Feminism
Why can’t Batgirl help the Dynamic Duo? She’s got a run in her tights. No, really: You know you want it. Just click here to order!
Mark Waid loves the original Fawcett Captain Marvels. So do we. You can buy this final issue of the Fawcett Captain Marvels by clicking here.
Creature of Habit
Mark Waid tells a great tale about Silver Age Wonder Woman editor/writer Robert Kanigher: Silver Age Wonder Woman books from the Waid Collection are on sale now! Click here!
Riddle Me This!
The book that launched the 1960s Super-hero renaissance! Mark Waid tells us all about it: And you can own it! Click here for all the details!
You Can’t Go Wrong With Superman Beating Up Nazis
So says Mark Waid. Listen for yourself: And you can own it! Click here for all the details!
Picture Yourself in a Bat-Boat on a River
Sooner or later, everyone meets Batman. Even the Beatles. Mark Waid tells us more: And you can own this bit of bizarre Bat-history! Just click here to buy!
It’s Superboy Day
Don’t you wish you had a parade with a giant fat balloon of you? Mark Waid does. Well, maybe not: You can buy this issue yourself by just clicking here!
Enter the Scarecrow
Not all of Batman’s rogues were big hits right off the bat; some needed a few years to ferment. Let Mark Waid explain: Want to have it for yourself? Just click here!
The first appearance of Vandal Savage? Mark Waid found it! And now you can own it! Just click here to buy!
The Curious Case of the Thumb That Looked Like Jimmy Olsen
DC didn’t just publish superhero comics in the 1950s — Mark Waid tells us about one of the stranger series to hit racks back in the day: And you can own it! Just click here to buy this classic, bizarre comic!