Which comic books have helped define Marvel Comics and make them the pop-culture phenomenon they are today? Find out in Marvel Greatest Comics, a compelling showcase of some of the most trailblazing and inspiring comic books ever created. From the groundbreaking original Human Torch and his aquatic adversary Namor, the Sub-Mariner in 1939 to the game-changing 1960s Super Hero icons such as Spider-Man, the Avengers, and the Fantastic Four, to smart modern makeovers in the 21st century like Guardians of the Galaxy and Squirrel Girl, Marvel have set the pace.
This book's specially curated and expertly appraised selection is a stunningly illustrated and insightful assessment of Marvel Comics and its legacy through the comics that made the company great. These are the comics that changed the face of an industry. These are Marvel's greatest comics.
Stephen "Win" Wiacek has worked in all areas of the comics industry for over 30 years, as a writer, artist, editor, and designer. While running his own art and design consultancy, he taught and lectured on comics creation and production, and worked as a journalist and consultant for television and film. From 1997-2007, he was chairman of the UK professional industry body, the Comics Creators Guild.
Currently freelancing as a copywriter and reviewer, Win writes about comics for the Marvel Fact Files partworks, and for books such as Marvel Year By Year; The Ultimate Marvel Guide, Marvel Greatest Comics, The Black Panther Ultimate Guide and The DC Encyclopedia.
He lives in Kent with his extremely patient wife Miki, and tells people what they should read on his Now Read This graphic novel review blog (www.comicsreview.co.uk/nowreadthis).