Monsters Vol. 2: The Marvel Monsterbus By Stan Lee, Larry Lieber & Jack Kirby

by Stan Lee

Monsters Vol. 2: The Marvel Monsterbus By Stan Lee, Larry Lieber & Jack Kirby

  • ISBN-13: 9781302908621
  • Author(s): Stan Lee
  • Artist(s): Larry Lieber, Jack Kirby
  • Subject: Graphic novels: superheroes & super-villains
  • Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA
  • Imprint: Marvel - US
  • Publication Date: 15-08-2017
  • Format: h/b

Availability: In stock

£83.50
Comicdom's famous monsters are on the loose! Marvel presents the concluding volume in our complete collection of Stan Lee, Larry Lieber and Jack Kirby's Marvel Monsters. Marvel's late-1950s/early-1960s period was famous for its twist-ending tales, alien invaders and especially its towering monster menaces - and no one drew giant monsters like Jack 'The King' Kirby! It's page after page of Grogg, Ogg, the Creature from Krogarr, Fin Fang Foom, and more! These stories aren't just a fun atomic romp-they're the training ground where Stan Lee and Jack Kirby honed their creative partnership, learning each other's strengths and building an unmatched rapport. In these pages, you'll find out that the mother of the Marvel A ge of Comics was - a monster! COLLECTING: MATERIAL FROM STRANGE TALES (1951) 87-100; STRANGE TALES ANNUAL (1962) 1; JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) 71-82; TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) 20-34; TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) 20-38; AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) 1-6; CHAMBER OF DARKNESS (1969) 4-5
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Comicdom's famous monsters are on the loose! Marvel presents the concluding volume in our complete collection of Stan Lee, Larry Lieber and Jack Kirby's Marvel Monsters. Marvel's late-1950s/early-1960s period was famous for its twist-ending tales, alien invaders and especially its towering monster menaces - and no one drew giant monsters like Jack 'The King' Kirby! It's page after page of Grogg, Ogg, the Creature from Krogarr, Fin Fang Foom, and more! These stories aren't just a fun atomic romp-they're the training ground where Stan Lee and Jack Kirby honed their creative partnership, learning each other's strengths and building an unmatched rapport. In these pages, you'll find out that the mother of the Marvel A ge of Comics was - a monster! COLLECTING: MATERIAL FROM STRANGE TALES (1951) 87-100; STRANGE TALES ANNUAL (1962) 1; JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) 71-82; TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) 20-34; TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) 20-38; AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) 1-6; CHAMBER OF DARKNESS (1969) 4-5

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