My First Superman Book
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📒My First Superman Book ✍ David Bar Katz
✏My First Superman Book Book Summary : The first book every comic book geek Dad will want to read to his child! And the first-ever touch-and-feel Superman book. Each of 6 spreads in this irresistibly cool package features classic Superman art and a special interactive feature. Budding Superman fans can: · tap his rippling chest of steel · experience the magic of X-ray vision · pull the tab bringing Clark Kent into the phone booth as Superman flies out · touch his silky red cape · be dazzled by his sparkly Fortress of Solitude · and pet a furry Krypto Tons of fun for children of all ages!
📒My First Book Of Superpowers ✍ David Katz
✏My First Book of Superpowers Book Summary : My First Book of Super Powers introduces young readers to beloved DC super heroes and their awesome powers. Just as My First Book of Girl Power introduced young fans to female super heroes and their special powers, this book tackles DC's popular male characters. From Superman's super-strength and X-ray vision to the Flash's super-speed to Aquaman's ability to live under water, this exciting board book explains how each character's powers make him unique and enable him to make the world a safer place. Classic DC art makes this as appealing to grownups as it is to the tiniest aspiring super heroes.
📒My First Wonder Woman Book ✍ David Bar Katz
✏My First Wonder Woman Book Book Summary : For superbaby girls, here's the super-cool companion to My First Superman and My First Batman Books. Wonder Woman joins her Justice League pals with her very own touch-and-feel book. There's no telling who will get a big thrill out of tossing Wonder Woman's lasso, admiring her shiny gold cuffs and headband, or zooming through the sky in her helicopter. Six fun touchables will amuse kids of all ages.
📒The Flash Companion ✍ Keith Dallas
✏The Flash Companion Book Summary : Interviews with and articles about the writers and artists who have worked on the Flash comics offer a comprehensive history of Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, Wally West, and Bart Allen, the four men who have been the "fastest man alive" in various stories sin
📒Modern Masters Volume 21 Chris Sprouse ✍ Todd Dezago
✏Modern Masters Volume 21 Chris Sprouse Book Summary : The artwork of Chris Sprouse is hard to categorize. It is fresh, yet familiar... modern, yet classic. Perhaps that is why titles such as Supreme and Tom Strong -- both written by the legendary Alan Moore -- were the perfect vehicles for his work. Regardless, one category this Eisner Award-winning artist easily falls into is that of Modern Master! Join Todd Dezago and Eric Nolen-Weathington as they explore what makes Chris Sprouse such an influential force in the comic book industry. This book presents a career-spanning interview and discussion of his creative process, plus plenty of rare and unseen art, including a large gallery of commissioned work!
📒The Amazing Transforming Superhero ✍ Terrence R. Wandtke
✏The Amazing Transforming Superhero Book Summary : This collection of essays analyzes the many ways in which comic book and film superheroes have been revised or rewritten in response to changes in real-world politics, social mores, and popular culture. Among many topics covered are the jingoistic origin of Captain America in the wake of the McCarthy hearings, the post–World War II fantasy-feminist role of Wonder Woman, and the Nietzschean influences on the “sidekick revolt” in the 2004 film The Incredibles.
📒The Superman Project ✍ A. E. Roman
✏The Superman Project Book Summary : After a series of low-paying jobs, Chico Santana, PI, is living in his tiny office on 149th Street in the Bronx. He's in an absolutely foul mood when Pablo Sanchez and his mother drop in, seeking help for one of Chico's old childhood pals----the handsome and charismatic Joey Ventura. Chico has not seen Joey since Joey disappeared from St. Mary's Home for Boys, headed for Tahiti. He ended up, instead, on the island of TSP---The Superman Project. The Superman Project peddles German philosophy, Hinduism, and American comic book mythology as a method toward self-improvement, but its members are hiding more than a few secrets. The leader of TSP is a man named Father Ravi. One of his daughters, Gabby, who is also Joey's wife, is missing. Joey was accused by the TSP leaders of killing Gabby and has fled the police. Pablo and his mother insist he is innocent. Compelled to believe in his old friend, and by the promised payment of a very valuable Superman comic, Chico investigates the competing interests in the organization, falling for a beautiful suspect and trying to look out for a friend's troubled niece in the process. A. E. Roman brings New York City and its eccentric characters to life in this second in the original and energetic Chico Santana series.
📒Al Plastino Last Superman Standing ✍ Eddy Zeno
✏Al Plastino Last Superman Standing Book Summary : With a comics career dating back to 1941, including inking early issues of Captain America, Al Plastino was one of the last surviving penciler/inkers of his era. Laboring uncredited on Superman for two decades (1948-1968), he co-created Supergirl, Brainiac, and the Legion of Super-Heroes, drawing those characters’ first appearances, and illustrating the initial comics story to feature Kryptonite. He was called upon to help maintain the DC Comics house-style by redrawing other artists’ Superman heads, most notoriously on Jack Kirby’s Jimmy Olsen series, much to his chagrin. His career even included working on classic daily and Sunday newspaper strips like Nancy, Joe Palooka, Batman, and others. With a foreword by Paul Levitz, this book (by Eddy Zeno, author of Curt Swan: A Life In Comics) was completed just weeks before Al’s recent passing. In these pages, the artist remembers both his struggles and triumphs in the world of comics, cartooning and beyond. A near-century of insights shared by Al, his family, and contemporaries Allen Bellman, Nick Cardy, Joe Giella, and Carmine Infantino—along with successors Jon Bogdanove, Jerry Ordway, and Mark Waid—paint a layered portrait of Plastino’s life and career. And a wealth of illustrations show just how influential a figure he is in the history of comics.
📒Super Heroes ✍ Wendy Haslem
✏Super heroes Book Summary : This collection explores contemporary superhero narratives, including comic books and films, in a wider mythic context. Since the 1930s superheroes have come to dominate a variety of media formats. Why are audiences so fascinated with heroes, and what makes the idea of heroes so necessary in society?
📒100 Things Superman Fans Should Know Do Before They Die ✍ Joseph McCabe
✏100 Things Superman Fans Should Know Do Before They Die Book Summary : Whether you're a die-hard comic book fan from the Golden Age or a new follower of Henry Cavill and Zack Snyder, these are the 100 things all fans need to know and do in their lifetime. Joseph McCabe of Nerdist.com has collected every essential piece of Superman knowledge and trivia, as well as must-do activities, and ranks them all from 1 to 100, providing an entertaining and easy-to-follow checklist as you progress on your way to fan superstardom!