Written by one of comics’ most critically acclaimed authors, Gardner Fox, and presented in hardcover is ADAM STRANGE: THE SILVER AGE OMNIBUS. Born at the dawn of the Space Age, planet-hopping adventurer Adam Strange embodies America’s fascination with all things extraterrestrial. Debuting in 1958 in the pages of DC Comics’ SHOWCASE, Adam Strange was an archaeologist working in South America when he was whisked away by a Zeta Beam to the futuristic planet Rann, which circled the star Alpha Centauri. There, the displaced Earthman met and fell in love with the beautiful Alanna and kicked off a series of intergalactic adventures that bounced him back and forth on the Zeta Beam like a yo-yo, alternating between his normal life on Earth and defending Rann from a seemingly endless barrage of weird threats and invaders. ADAM STRANGE: THE SILVER AGE OMNIBUS collects the galaxy-spanning adventures of Adam Strange, first published in SHOWCASE #17-19, MYSTERY IN SPACE #53-100 and 102, and STRANGE ADVENTURES #157, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 224, 226, 235 and 241-243.