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The Creeper

Author: Steve Ditko; Dennis O'Neil; Steve Niles
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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Originally introduced in 1968, The Creeper was secretly outspoken Gotham City talk show how Jack Ryder, whose stance against organized crime made him a target. Mortally wounded by the mob, Ryder was saved by a scientist whose serum granted him super powers. As The Creeper, this strange new hero battled the villain known as Proteus, and fought alongside Batman and The Justice League of America.
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Genre/Form: Graphic novels
Comic books, strips, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Ditko; Dennis O'Neil; Steve Niles
ISBN: 9781401225919 1401225918 9781401225926 1401225926
OCLC Number: 422759865
Notes: "With an introduction by acclaimed horror comics writer Steve Niles ..."--Jacket.
"Now, for the first time, all of Ditko's Creeper tales are collected in a single hardcover edition, including a lost adventure from Cancelled Comic Cavalcade, previously unavailable to the public!--Jacket.
Description: 285 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Introduction / by Steve Niles --
The coming of the Creeper!! (from Showcase #73, March/April 1968) --
Where lurks the menace? (from Beware the Creeper #1, May/June 1968) --
The many faces of Proteus! (from Beware the Creeper #2, July/August 1968) --
The isle of fear (from Beware the Creeper #3, September/October 1968) --
Which face hides my enemy? (from Beware the Creeper #4, November/December 1968) --
The color of rain is death! (from Beware the Creeper #5, January/February 1969) --
A time to die! (from Beware the Creeper #6, March/April 1969) --
Menace of the human firefly! (from 1st Issue Special #7, October 1975) --
Moon Lady and the monster (from World's Finest Comics #249, February/March 1978) --
Return of the past (from World's Finest Comics #250, April/May 1978) --
The disruptor (from World's Finest Comics #251, June/July 1978) --
The keeper of secrets is death! (from World's Finest Comics #252, August/September 1978) --
The wrecker (from World's Finest Comics #253, October/November 1978) --
Beware Mr. Wrinkles! (from World's Finest Comics #254, December 1978/January 1979) --
Furious Fran and the dagger lady (from World's Finest Comics #255, February/March 1979) --
Enter Dr. Storme (from Cancelled Comic Cavalcade #2, 1978).
Responsibility: by Steve Ditko, writer/artist ; Dennis O'Neil, Don Segall, Sergius O'Shaugnessy, Michael Fleisher, writers.
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Originally introduced in 1968, The Creeper was secretly outspoken Gotham City talk show how Jack Ryder, whose stance against organized crime made him a target. Mortally wounded by the mob, Ryder was saved by a scientist whose serum granted him super powers. As The Creeper, this strange new hero battled the villain known as Proteus, and fought alongside Batman and The Justice League of America.

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