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eBook Supervillain Book: The Evil Side of Comics and Hollywood ePub

by Gina Misiroglu,Michael Eury

  • ISBN: 1578591783
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Gina Misiroglu,Michael Eury
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Visible Ink Press (July 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 466
  • ePub book: 1228 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1411 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 598

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The Supervillain Book book. The Supervillain Book: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Comic Book and Hollywood Masterminds, Magalomaniacs, and Menaces.

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I wish that The Supervillain Book could be required reading so that all the bizarre knowledge that fans like me. .The Supervillain Book contains everything you ever wanted to know about the bad guys in comics, film, and television?all in one complete volume for the first time.

Alex Ross, artist of Kingdom Come and Justice (DC Comics). The Supervillain Book is an indispensable guide to pop culture's most menacing masterminds, costumed criminals, sinister societies, and destructive dominators that have battled superheroes and fictional heroes of comics, TV, and film. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Supervillain Book: The Evil Side of Comics and Hollywood.

This book will be an enjoyable and educational resource for fans of all ages, whether theyre teens just entering the world of comics or grown-up nerds who still havent moved out of their parents basements. A fascinating title that will provide hours of evil entertainment.

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Foreword by Stan Lee. Includes entries written by Mike W. Barr, Andy Mangels, Heidi MacDonald, Peter Sanderson, Peter Coogan

Foreword by Stan Lee. Barr, Andy Mangels, Heidi MacDonald, Peter Sanderson, Peter Coogan. From Lex Luthor to Doctor Doom. From Thanos to Darkseid. From Emperor Palpatine to Khan. This is a comprehensive look at almost every single super villain to have ever appeared in comics, movies, and television.

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The Supervillain Book contains everything you ever wanted to know about the bad guys in comics, film, and television - all in one complete volume for the first time. Passionate about the world of comics, she began her serious study of heroes and villains during her tenure at Warner Bros. Michael Eury is a reformed supervillain, having spent several years banished to the Phantom Zone for tearing off pesky ?do not remove under penalty of law? pillow tags.

Supervillain Book: The Evil Side of Comics and Hollywood. July 1, 2006, Visible Ink Press. Paperback in English.

Gina Misiroglu ad Michael Eury's THE SUPERVILLAIN BOOK: THE EVIL SIDE OF COMICS AND HOLLYWOOD draws from sources not just in comic books but in film animated TV, toys, newspaper and more, providing an exploration of the plots and lives of definitive evil characters. An A-Z reference organization makes it easy to look up character origins, costumes, weapons, and facts - but this is more than a listing of evil. Discussions also include plenty of history, surveys of early influences, and more. Diane C. Donovan California Bookwatch.

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Drawing from sources in comic books, film, live-action and animated television, newspaper strips, toys, and manga and anime, The Supervillain Book exhaustively explores the extraordinary lives and careers of hundreds of overachieving evildoers. This definitive A-to-Z guide to supervillains' nefarious masterminds, sinister societies, and destructive dominators that have battled super- and other fictional heroes is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Superhero Book.A must-read for anyone ever enthralled with mythic wickedness, The Supervillain Book investigates each character's origin, modus operandi, costumes, weapons and gadgetry, secret hideouts, chief henchmen, and minions, while serving a super-sized trove of fascinating trivia. It also takes you behind the scenes, describing the creation and development of these marvelously malicious, menacing, and malevolent characters. With 350 entries on pop culture's most menacing masterminds, costumed criminals, sinister societies, and destructive dominators that have battled superheroes and fictional heroes of comics, TV, and film, this volume also includes 125 illustrations and a comprehensive resource section.

Comments

Zan Zan
It is hard to read all this in one go, but everything I have read in it so far has been very enlightening. Especially interesting are the entries on Sin City villains and Cold War Villains. There are many individual entries in it, too, and it is great to trace the histories of all the individual villains, everyone from the High Evolutionary to Attuma to the Emperor Palpadine! A nice resource for those of us who want to know how our super-villains became so mean to our heroes!
Hawk Flying Hawk Flying
Despite reviews that were disappointed with the lack of graphics, the information was wonderfully fun. Single entries are mostly from comics, but I think that is where most readers come for. There are also dozens of combined entries, such as for anime or manga series, or groups like the villains of the Adam West Batman show (with a photo of the whimsical King Tut). For graphics, yes, look elsewhere such as your web browser, but for a scrumptious read of either nostalgia for your old villains of your youth, or introductions to many newer ones, this should be a relatively inexpensive edition to your comics collection. It inspired me to purchase the preceding book on heroes, although villains are always more delicious, aren't they?
Hadadel Hadadel
This book on Super villians was better than the book on superheros. its long enough to find out about each villian and the heros that they fight and get right to the point on why that hero they are fighting. Great book for all to read.
Ubranzac Ubranzac
My son loved it! Great pics too!
Gadar Gadar
Just what i wanted
Billy Granson Billy Granson
I am happy with my order and the fast delivery by this seller.