DC decides to reward The Warlord, one of their most popular titles, with a digest collection. The Warlord was an odd title--as its creator Mike Grell suggested, it exitsed its own little universe(though unofficially, I think) and it never had anything to do with the rest of DC's publishing line.
This was trade paperback-esque collection, in that it reprints a complete multi-part story, collectively called "The Deimos Saga", comprised of:
"Arena of Death" (Warlord #3), story and art by Mike Grell
"Duel of the Titans" (Warlord #4), by Grell
"The Secret of Skartaris" (Warlord #5), by Grell
"Home is a Four Letter Word" (Warlord #6) by Grell
"The Iron Devil" (Warlord #7) by Grell
"Tower of Fear" (Warlord #10) by Grell
"Holocaust" (Warlord #15) by Grell and Joe Rubinstein
"Wolves of the Steppes" (Warlord #17) by Grell and Vince Colletta
"Battlecry" (Warlord #20) by Grell and Colletta
"The Beast in the Tower" (Warlord #21) by Grell and Colletta
...plus a fun little bio page of Grell on the inside back cover.
This book is probably the closest you'll ever get to feeling like DC is simply printing someone else's book--there's no mention, or ads, for anything other than Warlord and no mention of any other creator than Grell. Indeed, with some of the intense violence and pretty-dang-revealing costumes:
...Grell's book always felt like it was an independent book that accidentally had a DC bullet dropped on its cover...um, every single month for twelve years.