Press Release Available now online and at local comic shops, Hermes Press would like to announce that The Phantom Charlton Volume 3 and the Murphy Anderson Buck Rogers Sundays are now available!
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, the first, best and original sci-fi hero is supporting Free Comic Book day with a special re-print of one complete Sunday story, “Prophet of the Fire Demon,” by fabled artist Russell Keaton, whose fantasy work is considered to be one of the high-points of the feature. This story has been painstakingly digitally reconstructed to perfection and looks better than the original newspaper Sundays! Hermes Press’ Buck Rogers FDBD issue will also offer bonus material and tons of surprises! Hermes Press is a Silver level sponsor of Free Comic Book Day.
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: The Complete Newspaper Dailies Volume 7 1938-1940 is now available! The adventures continue with Buck and Wilma in the most famous science-fiction newspaper comic strips! Included in this volume are three action packed adventures featuring: Overturned World, Martian War Threat, and Super-Dwarf of Space with an introduction essay explaining the history of Buck Rogers and its impact on the world of science-fiction! Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: The Complete Newspaper Dailies Volume Seven 1938-1940; ISBN 978-1-61345-024-6; 9 x 11.75 inches; x 1.25 inches; 272 pages; color and black-and-white, hardcover with a printed laminated
Press Release Hermes Press continues its definitive reprint collection of the vintage Buck Rogers daily comic strip with Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: the Complete Newspaper Dailies-Volume 5, 1935-1936. Americans were well steeped in the Great Depression when these strips came out, but that didn’t keep writer Philip Nowlan or artist Dick Calkins from challenging the troubles of a country with more idealistic science fiction!
This week, we go back, back, back, back, way back to the 1970s and the television viewing habits of our youth – well, some of our youths, as others weren’t born until the mid-’80s, and some of you didn’t arrive until the (gasp) ’90s. Two television series arrived in the late ’70s to vie for our attention, and capitalize on the Star Wars craze. BATTLESTAR GALACTICA 1978 BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25th CENTURY [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO8kFHCXiEg[/youtube] VOTE!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet #5, Kato Origins #2: Way of the Ninja, Bullet to the Head #1, Buck Rogers #12, Blackbeard: Legend of the Pyrate King #4, Battlefields #7: Motherland and Part 1, and the Black Terror Volume 2 trade paperback.
This week, Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Project Superpowers: Chapter Two #7, Black Terror #8, Project Superpowers: Chapter Two TPB Volume 1, Robocop #2, and Buck Rogers #9.
Planet of the Apes scenario aside, Buck Rogersâ€™ latest adventure below the surface of the planet has him in a sticky situation – allow a crazy band of trolls blow up the planet, or let his one chance of getting back home slip through his grasp.