Marvel Comics 70s

Marvel Comics: The Untold Story (Repost)  Comics

Posted by nebulae at Dec. 7, 2015
Marvel Comics: The Untold Story (Repost)

Sean Howe, "Marvel Comics: The Untold Story"
2012 | ISBN: 0061992100 | English | 496 pages | EPUB + MOBI | 0.75 MB + 0.95 MB
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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update : Adam II to Zodiak (Marvel Comics)
Marvel Comics (2007) | ISBN: B000T6OS80 | 31.47 MB |CBR


All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update : Adam II to Zodiak By Jeff Christiansen
Marvel Comics Presents (Vol.1) #156, #163, #166, #171, #173-175

Marvel Comics Presents (Vol.1) #156, #163, #166, #171, #173-175
Marvel Cómics, 1994-1995 | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 7 núm. | 130 MB Total

Marvel Comics Super Special 035 - Conan the Destroyer (c2c) (1984)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 31, 2016
Marvel Comics Super Special 035 - Conan the Destroyer (c2c) (1984)

Marvel Comics Super Special 035 - Conan the Destroyer (c2c) (1984)
English | CBR | 68 pages | HD | 309.75 MB

Marvel in 1977 began publishing a full-color magazine series devoted to concepts thought to be deserving of special treatment, such as Kiss' first comics appearance as headliners, new stories of Conan, Star-Lord and Weirdworld, and occasional movie adaptations. With issue #14, however, the magazine became an irregularly published vehicle for comics versions of new films. The series lasted 41 issues.

Sean Howe - Marvel comics. Una storia di eroi e supereroi  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by SSCN1926 at Sept. 7, 2014
Sean Howe - Marvel comics. Una storia di eroi e supereroi

Sean Howe - Marvel comics. Una storia di eroi e supereroi
Italian | Panini | 2013 | PDF/EPUB | Pages 403 | ISBN: 8863048592 | 3.23 Mb

Marvel Comics in the 1970s (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 3, 2013
Marvel Comics in the 1970s (2011)

Marvel Comics in the 1970s (2011)
English | CBR | 229 pages | 136.88 MB

By popular demand, TwoMorrows Publishing presents Marvel Comics in the 1970s, the sequel to Pierre Comtois' heralded first volume on the 1960s! This book covers the company's final historical phase: the twilight years of the 1970s, after the initial '60s wave of popularity pushed them to the forefront of the comics industry, and made many of their characters household names. This full decade of pop-culture history saw Stan Lee's role as writer diminish as he ascended to Publisher, the stunning departure of Jack Kirby to DC (and later return to Marvel), the rise of Roy Thomas as editor (and eventual Editor In Chief), and the introduction of a new wave of writers and artists who would expand the boundaries of comics beyond super-heroes, while planting the seeds for the industry's eventual self-destruction. The Spider-Man "drug" issues, Conan the Barbarian, Tomb of Dracula, Master of Kung Fu, Howard the Duck, Star Wars, the new X-Men, and more are covered in detail-along with the creators who wrote and drew them, including Chris Claremont, Barry Windsor-Smith, Gene Colan, Marv Wolfman, Steve Gerber, John Romita, Gil Kane, Sal Buscema, and others. So don't be satisfied with only half the story! Check out Marvel Comics in the 1970s and find out why Marvel was once hailed as The House of Ideas!

Marvel Comics in the 1960s (2009)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 2, 2013
Marvel Comics in the 1960s (2009)

Marvel Comics in the 1960s (2009)
English | CBR | 229 pages | 170.86 MB

After being relegated to the realm of children s literature for the first 25 years of its history, the comic book industry experienced an unexpected flowering in the early 1960s. A celebration of that emergence, Marvel Comics in the 1960s: An Issue-by-Issue Field Guide to a Pop Culture Phenomenon presents a step-by-step look at how a company that had the reputation of being one of the least creative in a generally moribund industry, emerged as one of the most dynamic, slightly irreverent and downright original contributions to an era when pop-culture, from Tom Wolfe to Andy Warhol, emerged as the dominant force in the artistic life of America. In scores of handy, easy to reference entries, Marvel Comics in the 1960s takes the reader from the legendary company s first fumbling beginnings as helmed by savvy editor/writer Stan Lee (aided by such artists as Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko), to the full maturity of its wild, colorful, offbeat grandiosity. With the history of Marvel Comics in the 1960s divided into four distinct phases, author Pierre Comtois explains just how Lee, Kirby, Ditko, et. al. created a line of comic books that, while grounded in the traditional elements of panel-to-panel storytelling, broke through the juvenile mindset of a low brow industry and provided a tapestry of full blown pop culture icons.

Marvel Comics: The Untold Story [Audiobook]  

Posted by tarantoga at April 5, 2013
Marvel Comics: The Untold Story [Audiobook]

Sean Howe, Stephen Hoye (Narrator), "Marvel Comics: The Untold Story"
ISBN: n/a, ASIN: B00B03PE7K | 2012 | MP3@80 kbps | ~17:52:00 | 621 MB
Fire and Water - Bill Everett, The Sub-Mariner, and the Birth of Marvel Comics HC (2010)

Fire and Water - Bill Everett, The Sub-Mariner, and the Birth of Marvel Comics HC (2010)
English | CBR | 186 pages | 117.68 MB

A biography and “best of” collection showcasing the man who co-created Marvel Comics. 70 years ago, a new publishing company named Marvel Comics stuck its toe into the first waters of the comic book industry. Before they became a pop culture powerhouse publishing famous superheroes like Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, and Iron Man, Marvel’s first ever comic book featured a daring new anti-hero named the Sub-Mariner, created by legendary artist Bill Everett. 70 years later, Everett’s watery creation continues to be one of the pinnacles of the Marvel Universe of superheroes, as attested to by its recent option as a major motion picture.

Marvel Comics: The Untold Story  

Posted by ksveta6 at Oct. 22, 2012
Marvel Comics: The Untold Story

Marvel Comics: The Untold Story by Sean Howe
Harper | 2012 | ISBN: 0061992100 | English | 496 pages | EPUB + MOBI | 0.75 MB + 0.95 MB