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MARVEL COMICS: THE POSTER COLLECTION (Sep 2014) Insight Editions

cover:    Steve Ditko
MARVEL COMICS: THE POSTER COLLECTION
Date:  Sep 2014
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Publisher: insighteditions.com

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For over 75 years, Marvel Comics has been thrilling fans with iconic comic book covers that perfectly capture the dynamic characters and explosive situations that make the Marvel universe so compelling. This poster book brings together forty covers from Marvel’s most memorable issues, from Spider-Man’s striking debut in Amazing Fantasy #15 to the first installment of Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars. Each poster is easy to remove and perfect for displaying.


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    Ilke writes:

    Marvel Comics: The Poster Collection (includes Avengers #162 cover poster)

    Additional details from amazon.com:

    Great posters - poor design, December 23, 2014
    By 
    John V. Gonsalves  

     
    The quality and size of the posters are fantastic although some of the choices leave a lot to be desired. As the previous reviewer pointed out, it's 40 posters but 20 pages so you have to make some hard choices. The major problem is that the posters are alphabetical by comic title, so if you're an Avengers or X-Men fan, you are definitely not getting all their posters. One particularly egregious one is the page with FF#1 backed with FF#49, so you either take the iconic first issue or the story with Galactus's first appearance. More thought should have gone into the design. Anyway, since they don't list it here, this is what you get (/ indicates either/or)

    Amazing Fantasy #15/Amazing Spider-Man #129
    Avengers #4/Avengers #57
    Avengers #87/Avengers #162
    Avengers #175/Avengers #223
    Captain America #1/Captain America #117
    Daredevil #181/Doctor Strange #10
    Fantastic Four #1/Fantastic Four #49
    Fantastic Four #57/Guardians Of The Galaxy #1
    Giant-Size Avengers #4/Giant-Size X-Men #1
    Incredible Hulk #1/Incredible Hulk #181
    Hulk King-Size Special #1/Iron-Man #128
    Journey Into Mystery #83/Ghost Rider #5
    Moon Knight #23/Nick Fury - Agent Of Shield #4
    Power-Man & Iron Fist #50/Secret Wars #1
    Silver Surfer #4/Thor #337
    Tales To Astonish #35/Tales To Astonish #44
    Wolverine (LS) #1/X-Men #1
    X-Men 101/Uncanny X-Men #136
    Uncanny X-Men #141/Kree Skrull War #2 (Wraparound cover)

    Also, the book says "easy to remove". They're not. Prepare to be careful with a boxcutter or x-acto knife.

    All-in-all, worth it if you just want 5 or 10 posters, but you may be a little perturbed at the only Spideys being back-to-back, a pretty generic Iron-Man, choosing between looking at Thor or Ghost Rider, and the gray Hulk over the Hulk/Wolverine cover.


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