*Marvel: The oversized Marvel Treasury Editions from the 1970’s are seldom seen these days, their unusual tabloid size presenting difficulties in display and storage for retailers at the time. Most surviving copies are considerably worn, but we’ve been lucky enough to obtain a substantial run from#2 onwards of the regular Treasury Editions, in exceptional grade – few dropping below Fine, and many in VF/NM condition or even better. With new covers by the likes of Kirby, Kane, Buscema or Brunner, these classic reprints present an opportunity to see the artwork at close to its original dimensions, though of course some artists benefit more from the enhanced size than others! Highlights include Barry Smith’s Conan in issue #4 and Frank Brunner’s Doctor Strange in #6, but all of Marvel’s big names are represented. Later issues also featured some new material – ‘audition’ strips by new talent – and #25, Spider-Man and Hulk At The Winter Olympics, is all-new. In addition to the regular series, we offer several Treasury Specials: 2001 by Jack Kirby, which led into the regular comic series; Captain America’s Bicentennial Battles, all-new Kirby art spanning the Star-Spangled Avenger’s history; Battlestar Galactica, the Wonderful Land of Oz, and the two-part adaptation of the original Star Wars movie!