Image for Stan Lee : How Marvel Changed The World Click to enlarge Stan Lee : How Marvel Changed The World by Adrian Mackinder (Author) Format:Hardback 192 pages, 32 black and white illustrations Publisher:Pen & Sword Books Ltd Imprint:White Owl ISBN:9781526771346 Published:8 Apr 2021 Classifications:Comic book & cartoon art Readership:General (US: Trade) Weight:490g Dimensions:244 x 290 x 26 (mm) Pub. Country:United Kingdom Country of Origin:GB Tariff Codes:49019900 For sale in: All countries Other Formats Electronic book text Description Stan Lee is not just another biography. It is a journey through twentieth century American history, seen through the life of a man who personifies the American Dream. This book shows how Stan's life reflects the evolution of American entertainment, society and popular culture throughout the 1900s and beyond. Along the way, bold questions will be asked. Was Stan Lee himself a superhuman creation, just a mask to protect his true, more complicated secret identity? Just like the vibrant panels of the comics he wrote, Stan's life, it seems, is never black and white. Sourced from Stan's own words, this book also includes brand new and exclusive interviews with Marvel comic book creators, for whom Stan's work proved an invaluable inspiration. Upbeat, accessible and fun, this book is told with a glint in the eye and a flair for the theatrical that would make Stan proud. This is a bold celebration of the power of storytelling and a fitting tribute to Stan Lee's enduring legacy. Excelsior!
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