New publication explores the groundbreaking Great Four 1 on a virtually microscopic degree

Marvel Comics (actually Marvel Entertainment, LLC) is an American comic publishing house based in New York City. He is one of the world s largest publishers of this genre in addition to DC comics. The well-known titles include Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four (The Fantastic Four), the Rächer (The Avengers), Hulk, Daredevil, Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Punisher, Blade, Ghost Rider as well as the most successful American comic Series of the 1990s: The X-Men. Many comics were filmed. After an announcement on 31 August 2009 Disney Marvel Entertainment took over four billion US dollars.

November 1 is the 60th wedding anniversary, to the day, of when Marvel Comics Fantastic Four 1 was launched - presenting the globe to the superhuman quartet, as well as unlocking to what ended up being the Marvel Comics juggernaut. And for the occasion, 3 of the foremost specialists in all things Wonderful 4, Stan Lee, and also Jack Kirby have gotten together to review the first problem in the upcoming coffetable publication Fantastic Four No. 1: Panel by Panel.

In Abrams Books Wonderful Four No. 1: Panel by Panel, writer/designer Chip Kidd looks at the historical isue with Wonder Entertianment s executive editor/vice president of posting Tom Brevoort (that has actually edited the Fantastic 4 title because the late 90s), and Mark Evanier, a reputable historian and also previous assistant to the late Jack Kirby. Together, they discuss guide page-by-page, and also (as the title suggests) panel-by-panel.

Each Fantastic Four 1 panel replicated in Superb 4 No. 1: Panel by Panel is lovingly photographed by Geoff Spear from a copy of the original 1961 magazine created by Lee, co-written/drawn by Kirby, tattooed by George Klein as well as Christopher Rule, colored by Stan Goldberg, as well as lettered by Artie Simek.

Longevity Reimagined II: Exploring the Concepts for a New Humanity with Todd Ovokaitys It s a substantial piece of work, as well as the very first structure block of every little thing that Marvel has actually become, Brevoort told Newsarama previously. And also part of what makes this book so interesting is that there are still things regarding it that no one truly understands without a doubt.

This 260-page hardbound is oversized, being available in at 8.5 x 11 with full-color reproductions throughout.

Great 4 No. 1: Panel by Panel goes on sale on November 2.