Egypt appears in 1369 issues.
A common comic book genre where the main character(s) travel the globe seeking a discovery. Tintin is a good example of this genre.
The study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains.
The first era in comic books. They became widespread and popular and many still popular comic book icons made their debut, beginning in the mid 1930's and ending around the mid-1950's.
A war against Iraq led by the United States in 1991.
A french comic book anthology series by Glénat of various people in history.
Magic is a term utilized to describe a wide variety of supernatural sources of power. Notable users include Zatara, Zatanna, Doctor Strange, and Doctor Fate.
A blanket term that describes hidden or secret knowledge.
The Silver Age is often credited as starting with the first appearance of the new Flash, Barry Allen, in Showcase #4. Includes all comic books published during the period of 1956 to 1970.
Living/reanimated corpses such as mummies, skeletons, vampires, and zombies. Not to be confused with resurrection, which is bringing someone back from the dead.
War (Military Conflict) is a genre of comics that emphasizes historical fiction during a wartime setting (particularly during and after World War II). Many of the stories focus on the extreme experiences of soldiers and their combat units under the harshest of conditions.
The War fought between the Axis and the Allies. It began in September 1939, when Germany Commanded by Adolf Hitler, invaded Poland. Britain and France responded by declaring war on Germany but took little action over the following months. The war ended in September 1945 with victory to the Allies.
While the third World War has not happen, it has been depicted many times in the world of fiction.
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