This second Jack Kirby omnibus hardcover volume is a wallopin' 624 pages of full color comics! BUT, not all of them are drawn by Kirby. The first volume of Super Powers was plotted by Kirby and based on his own story idea, but only the fifth and final issue was actually written and drawn by Jack himself – and it's a doozy! In order not to befuddle readers by providing only the final issue in isolation, DC has made the decision to present the preceding four issues so that readers can fully appreciate the stunning climax. SO, out of these 624 pages, 92 are NOT by Kirby, leaving a mere 532 pages of pulse pounding Kirby pencils that include the odds and ends of Kirby's later 1970s work for DC – including Atlas, Kobra, revivals of the Golden Age characters Manhunter and Sandman (characters that were first drawn by Kirby thirty years earlier in the pages of Adventure Comics), and... The Dingbats of Danger Street! – as well as both Super Powers series form the mid-1980s, the second of which is entirely drawn by Jack. And, in a twist, the book starts out with over 100 pages of Kirby's pre-code (1952-54) work on Black Magic, co-authored by Joe Simon, that was reprinted by DC in the 1970s and so eligible for inclusion here. And, as if that's not enough, we're offering an introductory special on this to entice readers everywhere to throw caution to the wind and plump for this high-powered package of wide ranging comics from the King of Comics, Jack Kirby. How can you pass it up?