EXCLUSIVE COVERS: Silver Streak / Eerie Presents El Cid / Space Family Robinson

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Jack Cole (W/A), Bob Wood (W/A), Fred Guardineer (W/A), Richard Norman (W/A), Jack Binder (W/A), C. Formes (W), Don Rico (W/A), Walter Galli (W/A), Art Helfant (W/A), and D. B. Icove (W/A)

On sale Dec 5
FC, 280 pages
HC, 6 5/8” x 10 3/16”

This deluxe hardcover volume collects issues #10 to #13, which were first published in the tense summer of 1941—just before America entered World War II! It’s no coincidence that Silver Streak #10 introduced Captain Battle, a wounded veteran of the first World War dedicated to stopping the second one from ever happening! Featuring action-packed stories by Jack Cole (Plastic Man) and Bob Wood (Crime Does Not Pay), the indispensable Silver Streak Archives Volume 2 also reprints every gag strip, puzzle page, and prose adventure from the landmark series—and features a foreword by Michael T. Gilbert (Mr. Monster)!

Silver Streak Archives



Gaylord DuBois (W), Dan Spiegle (A), and George Wilson (A)

On sale Dec 19
FC, 216 pages
HC, 7" x 10"

The Robinsons have made contact with Earth! Using a thought projection machine given to them by the engineers on the planet Thela, Craig Robinson has managed to speak with the chief astronomer Hank Barrows! Unfortunately, without any common reference points to use for navigation, the Robinsons remain lost somewhere in the cosmos. While Craig and Hank attempt to work out the location of Space Station One, the Robinsons continue exploring parts unknown searching for a civilization advanced enough to help them plot a course back to Earth, but not every nation they meet is friendly! Collects Space Family Robinson #32-#39 and March of Comics #328.

• Includes the beautiful, original painted covers by George Wilson!



Budd Lewis (W), Gonzalo Mayo (A), Bernie Wrightson (A), and Sanjulian (Cover)

On sale Dec 26
b&w, 96 pages
HC, 8 3/8” x 10 7/8”

Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar—also known to historians as El Cid—was an eleventh century Spanish military commander who led both Christians and Moors into battle. In the pages of Eerie magazine, however, writer Budd Lewis and artist Gonzalo Mayo transform El Cid into a larger-than-life fantasy warrior, battling dragons, trolls, and sirens for his life—and demons for his soul! This deluxe hardcover collects every El Cid adventure that ran in Warren Publishing’s Eerie magazine in the mid-1970s, featuring the elaborately detailed artwork of Mayo, plus Eerie’s original historical background feature.

• Cover painting by Sanjulian, frontispiece by Bernie Wrightson (Frankenstein)!

Eerie Presents El Cid

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