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Marvel 75th Anniversary Omnibus ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Marvel 75th Anniversary Omnibus Author Mark D. Beazley – In late 1939 the fledgling Timely Comics published MARVEL COMICS #1 introducing the Human Torch Sub Mariner and to an unsuspecting populace Seventy five years later Marvel Comics has become a world re In late the fledgling Timely Comics published MARVEL COMICS introducing the Human Torch Sub Mariner and to an unsuspecting populace Seventy five years later Marvel Comics has become a world renowned multi media empire home to some of the most recognizable and beloved fictional characters ever known Now the cream of the crop is presented in one deluxe oversized hardcover That's right it's the best of the best from Marvel's year publishing history from the Golden Age to Marvel NOW as chosen by Marvel 75th eBook ñ you the loyal fans So face front True Believers and prepare to relive years of greatness as only Mighty Marvel could do it.

7 thoughts on “Marvel 75th Anniversary Omnibus

  1. Jinji Jinji says:

    Marvel 75th Anniversary Omnibus So after 75 of dishing out your friendly neighborhood superheroes Marvel asked the fans what are the key issues and storylines throughout their colorful history Marvel then compiled 30 of these key issues into a single omnibus The collection starts with Captain America #1 1941 and ended with Amazing Spider man #700 2013 Issues covered included several first appearances deaths of Captain Marvel Elektra and Gwen Stacy and landmark stories Fantastic Four 285 was a tough one Overall the book is a nice look back into how the characters you see on the big screen started and was developed Due to the impact of these storiesmovies in the current culture this book feels like a history textbook on how the concept persists for over 75 years A must have tome for all collectors and a nice reference guide for the uninitiated or newcomers to the hobbyPS So Hulk only used to turn grey yup Hulk used to be grey I heard there was a problem with the printing so the color changed go figure every night and turn back to Bruce Banner by morning? CoolPPS Yey Beta Ray Bill

  2. Jeff Jeff says:

    In 2014 to celebrate their upcoming 75th Anniversary Marvel Comics asked its fans which stories were their favorite From those votes the company selected several to appear in this 1000 page monster of an omnibus With a history of than 75 years there are no shortage of great Marvel Universe stories to choose from and each story in this book is rightly considered a classic And of course every reader who grew up with Marvel Comics has his or her own favorites To me there are some really glaring watershed moments that aren't covered Maybe Marvel thought these were reprinted in enough other formats to make it superfluousThe AvengersMarvel Two In One Annual crossover with Thanos Warlock and Captain MarvelNamor finding Captain AmericaThe Death of Jean GreyThe first appearance of DeadpoolDaredevil's Born Again arcSecret Wars the first oneCivil WarAvengers DisassembledStill giving it five stars though because the book is still awesome I just wish there were volumes

  3. Kelvin Green Kelvin Green says:

    A huge waste of time and money Sorry it isIt's too full of important comics rather than the best stories from Marvel's 75 year history regardless of Wolverine's pop culture importance his first appearance in Hulk #181 is in no way one of the best comics made in eight decades but that was perhaps unavoidable with the combination of a serialised medium and a fan voteThere are some good comics in here but you're probably better off getting individual collections of the good stuff and then at least you'll have full stories so you can see the individual comics in context and you can avoid the junk

  4. Kevin Driskill Kevin Driskill says:

    Such a cool way to reread some of the classics and have them all together in one cover Beautiful and extensive

  5. Miguel Abuel Miguel Abuel says:

    A lot of really good content but some of the stories from the 80's and 90's weren't very interesting Also a lack of 2000 era comics Still worth a read though

  6. Camilo Guerra Camilo Guerra says:

    lo unico malo de este libro es el precio 75 dolares y el dolar a 3000 pesos colombianos pues pero gracias a un amigo con recursos pude ver este libro ue es una carta de amor a los comics en mas d e900 paginas Grandes historias de Marvel comics es un placer poder leer la muerte de Gwen Stacy ver el primer numero de los 4 fantasticos con los poderosos lapices de Kirby la muerte del capitan america muertejajaja incluido el traumatico numero 700 de spidermandoc ock Si te sobra un riñon y lo puede vender dale no te arrepentiras

  7. Zachariah Carlson Zachariah Carlson says:

    Great selection of titles and stories It was a little jarring as it got into the modern age where the individual issues aren't self contained and the To be continued is never continued but that's to be expected If you're looking for a crash course in Marvel this comes pretty close

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