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MARVEL: THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE WALL CHART (29 Sep 2014) Beaux Arts

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MARVEL: THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE WALL CHART
Date:  29 Sep 2014
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Publisher: marvel.com

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Never before has the entire Marvel Universe been brought together like this—literally exploding off the page on a wall chart that opens to an unbelievable 12 feet! 

MARVEL: THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE WALL CHART—part decorative poster, part insightful history, part reference work, and all interactive fun—draws upon the collective contributions of many of the finest comic book artists of the 20th and 21st centuries to create a pictorial tapestry of more than 300 Marvel Comics characters. Through its atomic design pattern, which reflects the effects of radioactivity on the denizens of the Marvel Universe, the chart also demonstrates how the character sets and their stories interconnect and relate to each other.  

What’s more, flip the chart over and it reads like a book. There are pages of fun facts and trivia, including listings of different characters who have shared the same name; characters who have changed names or identities over the years; characters who have wed each other; and characters who have seemingly died only to return. There is even a Marvel Universe brain-busting quiz!

With an interior that expands to 12 feet and three-dimensional art on the cover, MARVEL: THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE WALL CHART will not only be cherished for its content, but will also be a visually stunning addition to every comic fan’s collection.


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