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DC's grim arbiter of justice, the Spectre, returned in the 1960s to enact bloody vengeance on evildoers across the DC Universe.
Originally introduced in More Fun Comics #42 in 1940 and co-created by Jerry Siegel, co-creator of Superman, the Spectre is a green-caped, white-skinned figure who metes out justice in the name of heaven. DC's grim arbiter of justice, the Spectre, resurfaced in the 1960s for all-newand sometimes controversialstories demonstrating the true power of his vengeance. In this omnibus collecting Showcase #60-61 and #64, The Brave and the Bold #72, #75, #116, #180, and #199, The Spectre #1-10, Adventure Comics #431-440, DC Comics Presents #29, and Ghosts #97-99, witness former cop Jim Corrigan dish out ghoulish punishments across the DC Universe!
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
About the Author
Michael Fleisher was a comics writer whose work for DC included The Spectre and Jonah Hex, as well as a series of Comic Book Encyclopedias that spotlighted Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman and numerous mystery stories. He also wrote stories starring Conan the Barbarian for Marvel Comics.