Deadman Omnibus HC (2020 DC) comic books
Deadman Omnibus HC (2020 DC) #1-1ST
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1st printing. Collects stories from Strange Adventures (1950-1973 1st Series) #205-216; The Brave and the Bold (1955-1983 1st Series DC) #79, 86, 104, and 133; Aquaman (1962-1978 1st Series) #50-52; Challengers of the Unknown (1958-1978 DC 1st Series) #74 and 84-87; Justice League of America (1960-1987 1st Series) #94; World's Finest (1941-1986) #223 and 227; The Phantom Stranger (1969-1976 2nd Series) #33 and 39-41; Superman Family (1974-1982) #183; DC Super-Stars #18; DC Super Stars (1976-1978) #8; Adventure Comics (1938-1983 1st Series) #459-466; DC Comics Presents (1978-1986 DC) #24; Detective Comics (1937-2011 1st Series) #500; Deadman (1986 2nd Series) #1-4; and Secret Origins (1986-1990 2nd Series) #15.
Cover by Neal Adams. Introduction by Arnold Drake.
Originally introduced in 1967, Deadman was a circus performer known as Boston Brand who was murdered while on the high wire. In the afterlife, a mysterious being known as Rama Kushna gifted his spirit with the ability to possess the bodies of the living, so he could discover the identity of his killer and bring THEM to justice!
Featuring spectacular art by Neal Adams, José Luis García-López, and others, these tales take Deadman across the DC Universe in search of justice.
Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 944 pages, full color.
Written by Arnold Drake, Jack Miller, Neal Adams, Bob Haney, Robert Kantigher, Denny O'Neil, Gerry Conway, Cary Bates, Carla Conway, Mike Friedrich, Paul Levitz, Martin Pasko, Len Wein, and Andrew Helfer, and Andy Helfer.
Art by Carmine Infantino, Neal Adams, Jim Aparo, George Tuska, Keith Giffen, John Celardo, Dick Dillin, Joe Giella, George Roussos, Tex Blaisdell, Mike Grell, Fred Carrillo, Romeo Tanghal, Dick Giordano, Bob Greenberger, Tom Mandrake, Kevin Maguire, Kurt Schaffenberger, Vince Colletta, Bob Layton, Ric Estrada, Frank Chiaramonte, Bob Smith, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.
Cover price $99.99.