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Jiminy Jillickers! We're elated to announce that Radioactive Man: Radioactive Repository Volume One is now available in stores.

Grab one while you can! After all…they only have a half-life of 5000 years!

 

This deluxe 272-page hardcover volume contains:

 

• An introduction by Radioactive Man creator Morty Mann

 

• A “glowing” appreciation and brief history by lifelong fan Paul Dini (“Batman–The Animated Series”)

 

• Pristinely restored stories culled from the first 1000 issues of Radioactive Man, including: Radioactive Man #1, #88, #216, #412, #679 and #1000

 

• The classic Radioactive Man 80 pg. Colossal and “The Heroic Life and Mortifying Death of Radioactive Man” (Radioactive Man #160)–previously serialized in Simpsons Comics #36-39  

 

Join the Atomic Avenger as he fights for truth, justice, and a way to remove the radioactive, lightning bolt-shaped metal shard from his head!

 



Bongo has a ton of goodies to share with our fans at Comic-Con this year.

 

• First, we’ve been talking up our Radioactive Man: Radioactive Repository, Volume One hardcover trade a lot over the last couple months, and we encourage every fan of the Nuclear Knight to check out the limited “glow-in-the-dark” edition available only at the Bongo booth in San Diego. This handsome 272-pg volume radiates its own greenish glow as only a book about the most famous superhero of the Plutonium Age of comics can. Signed copies by Matt Groening are available on a limited  basis for $50. Unsigned copies are selling for $30.

 

• Every four years, athletes from all around the world compete to uphold the spirit of competition and the test the limits of human ability and endurance. And this the year that Bart Simpson  to write a report all about it. Have you ever wondered how the ancient Olympic games began, or what sports Olympians first competed in, or why athletes competed in the nude? Well, Bart has all the answers to those questions and many more. We’re not saying he’s right, but when has that stopped him? We're offering Bart’s unique appreciation of the ancient Olympics with The Simpsons Go for the Gold. This book is only available at the San Diego Comic-Convention International (and may not be available for another four years) with signed copies by Matt Groening available on a limited basis for $20 and unsigned copies for $10.

 

• Also, for the diehard Milhouse fans out there, we are offering a limited number of “Milhouse Packs." These include a copy of Bart Simpson’s Pal Milhouse #1, a Milhouse fan, an extra “Thrillhouse” decal, and a special, limited edition print signed by artists Jason Ho and Serban Cristecu ($20)

 

• Finally, Coldplay fans are in for a special treat. Bongo has teamed up with the band and Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda) to prese