The Superhero Book: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Comic-book Icons and Hollywood Heroes

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Visible Ink Press, 2004 - Fiction - 725 pages
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With 150 full-color illustrations, including dozens of classic comic covers, "The Superhero Book" is the ultimate A-Z compendium of everyone's favorite superheroes and their mythology, sidekicks, villains, love interests, superpowers, and modi operandi.

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The perfect accessory to out-nerd even the most dedicated cosplayer. It could have benefited from more images, but it's still a sound resource. Read full review

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Books good to find out info on your favorite superhero or one you don't know much about Read full review

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Gina Misiroglu is a fourteen-year veteran of the West Coast publishing industry, specializing in the development and editing of popular culture, reference, and women's studies. Misiroglu has edited and developed hundreds of books in her publishing career for a number of presses, including Price Stern Sloan/HP Books, New World Library, Lowell House, Visible Ink Press, Macmillan Reference USA, and Adams Media Corporation. Misiroglu is the author of Girls Like Us: 40 Extraordinary Women Celebrate Girlhoods in Story, Poetry, and Song (New World Library, 1999), winner of the New York Public Library's "Best Book for Teens" Award, and Imagine: The Spirit of Twentieth-Century American Heroes (New World Library, 1999). She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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