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Written by JEFF LEMIREArt by TRAVEL FOREMAN, JEFF HUET and JOHN PAUL LEONCover by TRAVEL FOREMANOne of the breakout hits from DC Comics The New 52! In these tales from issues #1-6 of the new series, Buddy Baker has gone from "super" man to family man, but is he strong enough to hold his family together when Maxine, his young daughter, starts to manifest her own dangerous powers? As these new abilities continue to terrify Buddy and his wife Ellen, things take a turn for the worse as Buddy and Maxine begin a journey into the heart of The Red. Don't miss the amazing series from writer Jeff Lemire (SWEET TOOTH) and artist Travel Foreman (The Immortal Iron Fist)!
Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Travel Foreman & Various Cover by Travel Foreman In this second ANIMAL MAN collection, when Buddy goes missing, his family receives assistance from John Constantine and the Justice League Dark. Plus, learn the history between The Red, the Green, and the Rot! Collects ANIMAL MAN #7-11 and 0 and ANIMAL MAN ANNUAL #1
Written by Jeff Lemire, Scott Snyder Art by Steve Pugh & Various Cover by Steve PughThe world has fallen to the Rot! Animal Man forms an uneasy alliance with Swamp Thing as the world falls deep into decay. The two heroes travel the decimated planet, scrounging up misfit crimefighters, whose appearances and histories have been changed by this new hell-scape. Will Animal Man and Swamp Thing be able to stop the forces of the Rot and change the world back to what it was? Find out in these tales from ANIMAL MAN #12-17 and SWAMP THING #12 and 17-18.
Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Rafael Albuquerque & Various Cover by Rafael AlbuquerqueThe final battle for The Red begins here! Brother Blood has come to claim the mantle of avatar from Animal Man's daughter Maxine, murdering and plundering his way to power. Now Buddy Baker must defeat this evil...no matter what the cost. Collecting issues #24-29
Written by Jamie Delano Art by Steve Pugh & Various Cover by Brian BollandTragedy strikes Animal Man's daughter Maxine in these stories from issues #64-79 - but is it the result of a government conspiracy? Animal Man attacks Washington, D.C., with an army of rats and birds. Then, Animal Man forms a new religion and leads a group of followers intent on securing humanity's place in the mystic realm known as the Red.
DC VERTIGO titles are intended for MATURE READERS (age 16+) and may contain explicit language or images
by Morrison, Truog, Grummett, & Hazlewood Reprinting the first nine issues of this original, innovative, and thought-provoking super-hero comic, this TP showcases some of Morrison's early genius in storytelling. Mature Readers. SC, 7x10, 240pg, FC
Written by Grant Morrison; art by Chas Truog, Tom Grummett, Doug Hazlewood, Steve Montano, and Mark McKenna; cover by Brian Bolland The second collection of Grant Morrison's groundbreaking run on ANIMAL MAN is here in July. Reprinting issues #10-17, plus the 19-page story from SECRET ORIGINS #39, this volume shows Animal Man moving more and more deeply into the cause of animal rights. But something else is going on beyond his burgeoning radicalism. Strange visions of aliens, people disappearing into strange pencil-like drawings, and hints of a terrible Crisis lurk around the edges of reality. For more information, see the feature article. MATURE READERS SC, 7x10, 224pg, FC
Written by Grant Morrison; art by Chas Truog, Doug Hazlewood, Paris Cullins, Mark Farmer, and Steve Montano; This long-awaited third trade paperback completes the collection of Grant Morrison's legendary re-imagination of Animal Man. Reprinting ANIMAL MAN #18-26, DEUS EX MACHINA follows Buddy Baker through an incredible odyssey of discovery and features a new cover by renowned cover artist Brian Bolland.)
Written by Peter Milligan & Various Art by Chaz Truog, Mark Farmer Cover by Brian BollandContinuing Buddy Baker's surreal adventures, this volume features stories from ANIMAL MAN #27-37! In these tales, Animal Man becomes trapped in a prehistoric jungle in his bathroom, saves his daughter from the villainous Notational Man, and explores the mystery of the dead birds that seem to be everywhere.