*Marvel: Marvel’s tabloid-sized comic books, generally published as ‘Marvel Treasury Editions’, enjoyed a flurry of popularity in the 1970s, and are often the first format in which a certain generation encountered the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe. Now highly sought after collectibles, these always turn over quickly in our stock, and we’re pleased to have a new wave of Marvel tabloids. In Marvel Treasury Edition ‘proper’, we have a selection of numbers from issues #2 to #19, featuring the Fantastic Four, Thor, Spider-Man and Conan (including #4’s ‘Red Nails’ saga, in which Barry Smith’s art looks superb at the larger size). We also have a few one-offs and tabloid specials: Marvel Super Special #8, with the comics adaptation of Battlstar Galactica; Marvel Special Edition, with the conclusion of the Star Wars adaptation and a pair of Marvel Treasury Specials, 1974’s Giant Superhero Holiday Grab Bag (with no Giant Superheroes in sight! Swiz…), and 1976’s Captain America’s Bicentennial Battles, in which the Star-Spangled Avenger travels through time in a phantasmagoric odyssey of all-new (then) art by Jack Kirby!