Marvel's the Avengers Encyclopedia by DK


Marvel's the Avengers Encyclopedia by DK

Marvel's The Avengers Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive volume of Marvel's premier Super Hero team ever. Follow the genesis of the team and the individual heroes - including Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and the Hulk - and their many friends and foes. Super Hero profiles explode from the page with stunning Marvel comic book art. Including more than 250 Marvel Avengers characters and more than 40 teams and line-ups, explore the characters Avengers origins and powers, and read about their defining comic book moments. Plus 20 of the most significant comic book storylines in The Avengers history are profiled throughout. Discover everything there is to know about Earth's Mightiest Super Hero team in Marvel's The Avengers Encyclopedia.

About the Author

Authored by a team of top comic experts, who have written and contributed to many bestselling DK books. Highlights include: Daniel Wallace - Marvel Encyclopedia (2014) and Superman: The Ultimate Guide to the Man of Steel (2013); Matt Forbeck - the updated Marvel Encyclopedia (2014); Matthew K. Manning - Batman: A Visual History (2014), Spider-Man Chronicle (2012), and Marvel Chronicle (2010).

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352 pages
Interest Age: From 7


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Publication date

1st October 2015



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