Superman Unleashes "The Laugh Heard Round The World"

Lady Death: The Crucible 1/2, July 1996 Issue - Limited Cloth Edition - Chaos Comics

Wizard 1/2 Limited Cloth Edition. Certificate of Authenticity.

Lady Death has faced her challenges in The Odyssey and still has little desire for war and yet she follows her former tormentor Valdana to Asgard where she will meet old and new foes as well as friends and allies, but more surprisingly more family than she ever knew she had.

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Batman #416 - February 1988 Issue - DC Comics

Nightwing (the former Robin) confronts Batman about his decision to take on a new sidekick in "White Gold And Truth". Script by Jim Starlin, pencils by Jim Aparo, inks by Mike DeCarlo. Aparo/Bill Sienkiewicz cover.

Nightwing is not exactly pleased that Batman has taken on a new Robin, but realises that it is about time he patched things up with Batman at least. He hears the story of how Jason Todd came to be Robin and accepts the boy, helping him crack a drug ring; as he does so, he makes sure Robin has someone to talk to if his relationship with Batman should suffer. The first caption in this story is 'One Year Ago' and it is pegged at eighteen months since Dick Grayson's career as Robin came to an end.

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Action Comics #450 - August 1975 Issue - DC Comics

Cover art by Bob Oksner. The Laugh Heard 'Round The World starring Superman, script by Cary Bates, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Tex Blaisdell.

Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance are given a free week’s vacation at Squire’s In the Berkshires, the favorite resort of Jesse Tenzer, whose chocolate factory had been helped by Oliver’s publicity. The gift was the idea of Jesse’s quiet son, David. But four murders occur while Oliver and Dinah are vacationing, all committed by bludgeoning the victims with black rocks from a sling. Thurston Keane, the resort manager, tries to pin the blame on Green Arrow and Black Canary, but the two heroes discover that the real killer is Davy Tenzer.

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Captain America #173, May 1974 Issue - Marvel Comics

"The Sins of the Secret Empire!" Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Sal Buscema, inks by Vince Colletta.

Make way for the Marvel Age of Comics! Captain America, the Falcon, and the X-Men in deadly combat with the Nick Fury and his hell-raising Agents of Shield!

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Spawn #50 - June 1996 Issue - Image Comics

Direct edition. "Choices!" Written by Todd McFarlane. Art by Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo and Danny Miki. Cover by Todd McFarlane.

Cogliostro explains to Spawn that if he uses his power any more, it could result in him being transported back to Hell because the suit will want to return home. Cog tells Spawn he needs to let the anger inside him die, as that is what is causing his suit to morph prematurely in its lifespawn.

Spawn heads to the hospital where Terry Fitzgerald is being treated. He thinks about not helping Terry since he never did anything but betray him by working for Jason Wynn and marry his wife.

The Doctor informs Terry his tumor is malignant and he only has a few months to live.

In Queens, New York, Spawn visits Granny Blake. She tells him that Terry is dying and to send a prayer his way. Spawn recalls how he promised to always protect Wanda. He heads to the hospital, and against Cog's warnings, uses his Magic to heal Terry. He's instantly transferred to Hell for using his power.

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Avengers #193 March 1980 Issue - Marvel Comics

Script by David Michelinie. Art by Sal Buscema (layouts), Dan Green (finishes), and Frank Miller (assists). Cover by Frank Miller and Bob McLeod.

Inferno stalks a terrified Tim Turpin, the co-worker who caused Joe Conroy's death, finally causing the murderer's own demise when he is crushed by a drifting barge. The creature then menaces motorists on the Liberty Bridge, until Iron Man and Wonder Man, now joined by the other Avengers, resume their battle with the molten menace. Inferno's real target, however, is steel mill owner Vince Paretta, whose Maggia connections Conroy had suspected and who had ordered his death. Inferno follows the fleeing Paretta to his home, forestalling the Avengers' pursuit by smashing a trolley car and setting it aflame. The heroes swiftly rescue the endangered passengers, however, and arrive in time to hear Paretta's fearful confession, whereupon Inferno turns and walks away into the nearby river.

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