The mid-1970s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious color! Hermes Press is collecting, all 74 issues of The Phantom comic books that ran from 1962-1977, and this is the fourth volume of the Charlton years. The Charlton comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. This volume presents the last efforts of stalwart Pat Boyette togeted to look better than the original books. This volume presents the last efforts of stalwart Pat Boyette together story artwork by Mario Pedrazzi, Sante D'Amico, and Frank Bolle. Also featured is an exhaustive essay on the artists who created these books and other special features. Don't miss it!… read more
If you're reading this, you're probably a parent desperately in need of a little rest. Raising kids is a tiring job—that's for sure. It does get a little easier as the kids get older, but you will never sleep as well as you did before having kids. Luckily, there are products that will help relax and revive you, so you can continue to be the best parent you can be. From essential oils to sound spas, these 10 products will ensure that mom and dad can finally get some sleep.
There's nothing more fun than family game night. Gathering around the living room table with your brood for a board game that's competitive and exciting is such a great way to spend time as a family. But after awhile, many of those classic games can get boring. Plus, kids these days need just a bit more excitement to captivate them. That's why these special-edition games are wonderful additions to your game closet. Your kids will be so more invested as they clamor to play as their favorite character or show off their movie knowledge. From classic video game characters to modern favorites, these 10 board games will bring the laughs and create some great memories in the process.
Hitting the beach or pool with the kids calls for a reliable, absorbent beach towel. Forget soaking wet swimsuits, sand-covered beach blankets and too-small towels—these are the best of the best when it comes to keeping your kiddos dry and comfortable for long days in the water. Check out our favorite beach towel finds from Pottery Barn Kids, Target, Walmart and more.
We are so excited that some of our favorite luxe baby brands are now available at Walmart. These mom-loved brands are now at our go-to store. This means everything just got that much easier, which is great considering life with a new baby is just that much harder. Plus, not only can current parents shop for these amazing items, expecting parents can now create one registry that includes everything they need from low-to-high price points, all in one place. Whether you're shopping for nursery items like cribs or something for yourself, like a chic diaper bag, Walmart has got all your needs covered!
Pregnancy is a tough time to feel both stylish and comfortable, but the recent trend of athleisure wear has made it so much easier. You can still feel put-together in comfortable, breathable clothing items like maternity leggings, tank tops, sweatshirts, joggers and more without sacrificing an ounce of style. Check out these trendy athleisure options for pregnant women.
Camping adventures with the family create memories that last a lifetime, but roughing it in the wild can be difficult with small kids. Make this year's camping trip easier than ever with this selection of great outdoor gear and camping supplies for kids. From kid-sized air mattresses to folding booster seats, these are the best camping finds for families.
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You gotta catch 'em all! The highly anticipated live action film, Pokémon Detective Pikachu hits theaters on May 10th, and fans are already eager to get their hands on movie merchandise. But what keeps kids and parents so passionate about the famous Japanese characters? "The ever-expanding Pokémon franchise has been a beacon for kids and kids at heart since the original video games launched more than 20 years ago," says J.C. Smith, Senior Director of Consumer Marketing of The Pokémon Company International. "Since its introduction, the beloved animation series, the ever-popular Pokémon Trading Card Game, Pokémon GO and a wide variety of video games and apps have offered fans a variety of ways to engage with our iconic collection of Pokémon like Pikachu. With its family-friendly messages of sportsmanship, friendship and community, Pokémon is a brand that parents know and trust."
It is this reason that longtime gaming fans and new Pokémon lovers are buzzing about the soon-to-be-released feature film. "Pokémon is on the same level as Super Mario Bros. and Pac-Man," adds James Zahn, Toy Expert and Senior Editor of The Pop Insider. "It's never gone away, and it's constantly being reinvented to stay fresh and relevant. When Detective Pikachu was announced, there was a collective eyebrow raised at the prospect of Ryan Reynolds playing a version of the iconic yellow creature. When that first trailer hit, audiences could see exactly why he's perfect for the part. It's so absurd that it's genius. This will be a great chance for parents and kids to connect at the movies." And for those die-hard fans, we've rounded up the latest Pokémon launches and hot-sellers that will soon be flying off store shelves. We guarantee that super-sleuth Pikachu fans won't have to search hard to find these fun pieces!
Calling all Marvel fanatics! Avengers: Endgame opens in theaters on April 25th with the remaining superheroes banding together to defeat Thanos once and for all in this conclusion to Avengers: Infinity War. Power up for the eagerly anticipated action adventure with cool collectibles, action figures and gear suitable for superkids of all ages.
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Liz works for Cam, an entrepreneur who owns businesses all over Australia. Usually Liz is cool and composed on the job, but this t...ime she's in trouble. The woman who was supposed to escort Cam to a party that night cancelled at the last minute! Cam... read more
The prequel to the number one bestselling Attack on Titan and winner of the Diamond Gem Award for best manga continues! KEEP YOUR ...FRIENDS CLOSE As the days dwindle before the Survey Corps' last chance at an expedition, the need to train with their new... read more
Et si Wonderland, le pays des merveilles, existait…Dans la réalité, Alice est une icône sex & drugs & rock n’roll, que ses excès o...nt menée où elle se trouve aujourd’hui, entre la vie et la mort, entre rêve et réalité... Au pays des merveilles, la... read more
The early 1970s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious color! Hermes Press is collecting all 74 issues of T...he Phantom comic books which ran from 1962-1977, and this is the second volume of the Charlton years. The Charlton comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. Reprints issues #39-47. read more
226 pages. The late 1960s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious color! Hermes Press is collecting all 74 i...ssues of The Phantom comic books which ran from 1962-1977, and this volume begins the Charlton years. Volume One of The Charlton Years picks up with The Phantom #30, that publisher's first issue, and features all The Phantom stories from nine complete comic books. Volume One of The Charlton years highlights art by Jim Aparo and stories by Dick Wood. The Charlton comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. read more
The early 1970s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious color! Hermes Press is collecting all 74 issues of T...he Phantom comic books which ran from 1962-1977, and this is the third volume of the Charlton years. The Charlton comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. - Reprints issues #48 through #56. read more
The Gold Key comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, the Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remaster...ed to look better than the original books. read more
242 pages! The Phantom: The Complete Series-- Volume One, Gold Key collects eight issues of slamming crime-busting global action f...rom the Ghost Who Walks! This first volume collects eight adventures from the Gold Key comic book run, with stories by Bill Harris and Bill Lignante that are put forth with George Wilson's masterful painted covers. These comics were originally produced in the 1960s, and have been digitally remastered to modern perfection for a new audience...or as a reminder to the old one. read more
The mid-1960s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious digital color! Hermes Press is collecting, all 73 issu...es of The Phantom comic books which ran from 1962-1977, and this volume features the King years. This volume picks up with The Phantom #18, the first King issue, and features all The Phantom stories from issues #18-#28 and also features all of the Phantom back-up stories from Mandrake the Magician. The King years features cover and interior art by Bill Lignante. The King comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, the Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. Don't miss it! read more
274 pages! The first, original, and best masked hero to ever grace the pages of comic strips and comic books returns with Hermes P...ress' new complete reprint of The Phantom. Frequently referred to as the "granddaddy of all costumed superheroes," The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Ray Moore. The strip hit the funny pages of newspapers well before the Dark Knight or Superman made their first appearances and has been acknowledged as an influence on every "masked man of mystery" since. The Phantom set the standard for action, adventure, intrigue, and romance in adventure comic strips and comic books - it has frequently been copied but never equaled. See it all from the beginning in Hermes Press' complete reprint. read more
The early 1970s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious color! Hermes Press is collecting all 74 issues of T...he Phantom comic books which ran from 1962-1977, and this is the third volume of the Charlton years. The Charlton comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. Reprints issues #48 through #56. read more
The high-point of the Phantom Chartlon series has arrived with the final volume of the series which reprints the complete run of D...on Newton's definitive work on the Ghost Who Walks! The mid-1970s comic book adventures of The Phantom return in full, glorious color! Hermes Press has collected, concluding with this volume, all 74 issues of The Phantom comic books that ran from 1962-1977. This book collects the last 10 issues from the series which features stories and artwork by the inimitable Don Newton. The Charlton comic book version of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks, is available again, digitally remastered to look better than the original books. Also featured is an exhaustive essay on Don Newton and other special features. Volume Five reprints issues #65 through #74; cover artwork by Don Newton and Frank Bolle; stories by Joe Gill, Nicola Cuti, Bill Pearson, John Clark, and Don Newton; artwork by Joe Sherwood and Don Newton Don't miss it! read more
Dark Shadows-- The Complete Original Series: Volume Two reprints the 1970s Dark Shadows #8-#14 by Gold Key. Volume Two continues t...he four-color adventures of vampire anti-hero Barnabas Collins on his quest to remove his dark curse and to restore order to the estate of Collinwood. On the way, he also has to deal with the lycanthropic Quentin Collins, as well as a threat from his own immortal past. Written by both Donald Arneson and Alvin Drake (Doom Patrol, Deadman), Dark Shadows was drawn by Joe Certa; Volume Two features masterfully painted covers by painter George Wilson, giving the series of a timeless pulpy look. read more
Collects the first seven issues of DARK SHADOWS, plus bonus materials! Hermes Press proudly announces the complete reprint of Gold... Key Comics' television tie-in of the legendary supernatural suspense series Dark Shadows in a series of five hardcover volumes. The forerunner to today's immensely popular vampire-themed television programs and theatrical films, Dark Shadows still garners serious attention as one of the most memorable TV shows of the last forty years. The reprints presented in this volume feature the work of Silver Age comic book writers Donald Arneson and Arnold Drake with art by Joe Certa. read more
The latest collection of the classic fantasy series by Wendy and Richard Pini continues the canonical adventures of the Wolfriders.... The tale takes a dark turn as the seductive Winnowill allies herself with a brutal human warlord, Grohmul Djun, fanning the flames of hatred for all "elf-demons" and setting the course for inevitable war between humans and elves. This fourth volume of the New York Times best-selling series weighs in at 492 pages. It collects issues from ElfQuest: Hidden Years (#10-#15) and the ElfQuest: Shards saga (#1-#16). Feast your eyes on elegant art from Wendy Pini and others. read more
116 pages! Uncle Martin is back and he's found a new home with Hermes Press. Everyone's favorite visitor from another planet, from... the classic TV series My Favorite Martian, returns with Hermes Press' full color digitally remastered reprint of the Gold Key comic book tie-in. The first five issues are reprinted in Volume One with supplementary essays, photographs, show promotional material and inside and outside cover art from the comic books. The stories in Volume One feature artwork by Silver Age greats Russ Manning, Dan Spiegle and Mike Arens with scripts by Western Publishing mainstay Paul S. Newman. read more
Collects DARK SHADOWS #15-21! Dark Shadows-- The Complete Original Series: Volume Three continues the reprint adventures of the ic...onic vampire Barnabas Collins, as we represent Gold Key's Dark Shadows #15-#21. You'll get further adventures of Barnabas and all the ghosts and werewolves of the haunted estate Collinwood. Read these in advance of the upcoming Tim Burton and Johnny Depp film, based off of these kitsch-laden, suspenseful vintage adventures! read more
The Complete Big Nate collects every daily and Sunday cartoon ever syndicated. Presented in a numbered series of e-books, each con...taining one year's worth of strips, this is a goldmine for all Big Nate fans to see many cartoons that have never been published in books. Aspiring cartoonist Nate Wright is the star of Big Nate. As a popular middle-grade book character, Nate is 11 years old, four-and-a-half feet tall, and the all-time record holder for detentions in school history. He's a self-described genius and sixth grade Renaissance Man. Nate, who lives with his dad and older sister, has a habit of annoying his family, friends, and teachers with his sarcasm. read more
Fourth volume of the collection: return to Earth, and some great upheavals in the characters' lives, are on the menu for the best ...titles of the series. This volume contains books 9 to 12 – two unmissable two-parters that represent a turning point in the story of our agents, and which are widely considered by critics and readers alike to be the pinnacle of the series. Characterised by a return to 20th century Earth, these two stories are suffused with incredible melancholy and poetic charm, and force Valerian, the action man, to face his limitations. As the real date neared 1986, final year of our world according to the authors, Pierre Christin reconciled fiction and reality with consummate skill and daring, sweeping aside the status quo and sending his heroes down a completely new path. This book is introduced by several articles of the recently departed Stan Barets. read more
How far would you go to rescue someone you lost? When 7-year-old Evie learns that her dog Rosco has passed away and is now in the ...possession of Zeus, she decides that she will stop at nothing to get him back. Even if that means she will have to cross an ocean, climb a mountain, traverse through hades, and face off with the entire pantheon of greek mythology to do it! Written by 7-Year-Old Evie Dunn. As featured on Kevin Smith's Smodcast, 102.5 The Bone, Bay News 9, The Morning Blend, Bleeding Cool, Kickstarter, and Amazon's best sellers list. read more
Maron has been betrayed by someone she loves and can no longer transform into Phantom Thief Jeanne. Rejecting the offer to join fo...rces with the Demon Lord, Maron is sent back to the fifteenth century to save the source of her power-- Jeanne d'Arc! read more
Hermes Press proudly announces the complete reprint of Dell Comics' tie-in with Milton Caniff's legendary newspaper strip Steve Ca...nyon. Now for the first time in over fifty years, fans of Milton Caniff's Steve Canyon will have an opportunity to read the read more
Collects Punisher Presents: Barracuda #1-5, Punisher (2004) #50-60, Punisher: The Tyger, Punisher: The Cell, Punisher: The End. Th...e Punisher's fiercest foe returns! As if a load of buckshot to the chest in shark-infested waters could put Barracuda down for good. But is even he man enough to play bodyguard to the hemophiliac son of a dangerous mob boss? If Barracuda can survive that gig, he'll be out to settle his score with Frank Castle. Meanwhile, the skull-chested vigilante hunts his biggest game of all, and makes Riker's prison his own personal playground. Plus: Tales from Frank Castle's beginning and end! A 10-year-old Frank takes his first step on the road that will eventually turn him into the Punisher, while a much older Castle makes his last stand in the apocalyptic nightmare that is New York! read more
As the 1950s close down, Peanuts definitively enters its golden age. Linus, who had just learned to speak in the previous volume, ...becomes downright eloquent and even begins to fend off Lucy's bullying; even so, his security neurosis becomes more pronounced, including a harrowing two-week "Lost Weekend" sequence of blanketlessness. Charlie Brown cascades further down the hill to loserdom, with spectacularly lost kites, humiliating baseball losses (including one where he becomes "the Goat" and is driven from the field in a chorus of BAAAAHs); at least his newly acquired "pencil pal" affords him some comfort. Pig-Pen, Shermy, Violet, and Patty are also around, as is an increasingly Beethoven-fixated Schroeder. But the rising star is undoubtedly Snoopy. He's at the center of the most graphically dynamic and action-packed episodes (the ones in which he attempts to grab Linus's blanket at a dead run). He even tentatively tries to sleep on the crest of his doghouse roof once or twice, with mixed results. And his imitations continue apace, including penguins, anteaters, sea monsters, vultures and (much to her chagrin) Lucy. No wonder the beagle is the cover star of this volume. read more
Collects Howard the Duck Magazine #8-9, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #96, Howard the Duck (1976) #32-33, Sensational She-Hulk #14-17 and ...material from Bizarre Adventures #34, Marvel Tales (1964) #237, Spider-Man Team-Up #5. Howard the Duck's classic adventures conclude in this riotous volume! First, Howie and Bev face the geriatric menace of the Grey Panther, and do that voodoo that they do so well! But will a Christmas miracle show Howard it's a wonderful life - or quite the opposite?! He'll win a fortune -and lose a fortune! There'll be animal antics with the Gopher and...Spider-Ham?! And Howard will join She-Hulk as they wrap their heads around the Cosmic Squish Principle! Plus: Two Spider-Man team-ups for the price of one...but what the heck are the Elf with a Gun and the Circus of Crime doing here? Waaaugh! read more