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Marvel Masterworks, Volume 085: Atlas Era Strange Tales Nos.1-10 by Joe Maneely1
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 113: Atlas Era Strange Tales Nos.11-20 by Stan Lee2
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 140: Atlas Era Strange Tales Nos. 21-30 by Joe Maneely3
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 156: Atlas Era Strange Tales Volume 4 by Joe Maneely4
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 168: Atlas Era Strange Tales Nos. 40-48 by Bill Everett5

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  1. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 126: Atlas Era Menace Nos.1-11 by Stan Lee (2009)
  2. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 057: Atlas Era Tales to Astonish Nos.1-10 by Stan Lee (2006)
  3. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 106: Atlas Era Journey Into Mystery Nos.1-10 by Stan Lee (2008)
  4. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 073: Atlas Era Heroes (From Marvel Boy Nos.1-2 ∙ Astonishing Nos. 3-6 & Young Men Nos. 24-28) by Bill Everett (2007)
  5. Strange Suspense: The Steve Ditko Archives, Volume 1 by Steve Ditko (2009)
  6. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 048: The X-Men Nos. 43-53 & The Avengers No. 53 by Arnold Drake (2005)
  7. Harvey Horrors Collected Works: Chamber Of Chills, Volume 3 by Les Edwards (2012)
  8. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 043: Golden Age Captain America Comics Nos. 1-4 by Joe Simon (2005)
  9. The Action Heroes Archives, Volume 2 by David Kaler (2007)
  10. Ultimate Fantastic Four Omnibus v04 by Mike Carey (2007)
  11. Challengers of the Unknown Archives, Volume 2 by Jack Kirby (2004)
  12. Grendel: Devil by the Deed by Matt Wagner (1986)
  13. Essential Tomb of Dracula Volume 4 by Marv Wolfman (2005)
  14. Tales From The Crypt, Volume 2 (EC Archives) by Al Feldstein (2007)
  15. Spacehawk by Basil Wolverton (1978)

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