Vol. 2: Down. 2013. 136pp. 978-0785165507. Captain Marvel, 4th series. Written by Kelly Sue Deconnick. Illustrated by David Lopez. Marvel Comics, 2014–2015. T Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More. 2014. 136pp. 978-0-7851-9013-4. Vol.
Author: Michael Pawuk
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections
Captain Marvel, Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More. New York: Marvel Comics, 2014. Print. De Fuccio, Jerry. “Charles Clarence Beck: The World's Second Mightiest Mortal.” The Comic Book Price Guide no. 15 (1985–86).
Author: Brian Cremins
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Category: Literary Criticism
Billy Batson discovers a secret in a forgotten subway tunnel. There the young man meets a wizard who offers a precious gift: a magic word that will transform the newsboy into a hero. When Billy says, "Shazam!," he becomes Captain Marvel, the World's Mightiest Mortal, one of the most popular comic book characters of the 1940s. This book tells the story of that hero and the writers and artists who created his magical adventures. The saga of Captain Marvel is also that of artist C. C. Beck and writer Otto Binder, one of the most innovative and prolific creative teams working during the Golden Age of comics in the United States. While Beck was the technician and meticulous craftsman, Binder contributed the still, human voice at the heart of Billy's adventures. Later in his career, Beck, like his friend and colleague Will Eisner, developed a theory of comic art expressed in numerous articles, essays, and interviews. A decade after Fawcett Publications settled a copyright infringement lawsuit with Superman's publisher, Beck and Binder became legendary, celebrated figures in comic book fandom of the 1960s. What Beck, Binder, and their readers share in common is a fascination with nostalgia, which has shaped the history of comics and comics scholarship in the United States. Billy Batson's America, with its cartoon villains and talking tigers, remains a living archive of childhood memories, so precious but elusive, as strange and mysterious as the boy's first visit to the subway tunnel. Taking cues from Beck's theories of art and from the growing field of memory studies, Captain Marvel and the Art of Nostalgia explains why we read comics and, more significantly, how we remember them and the America that dreamed them up in the first place.
Further. Reading. by. Subject. Captain America Kirby, Jack, writer. Captain America by Jack Kirby Omnibus. Marvel Comics, 2011. ... America: The Captain. Marvel Comics, 2015. ... Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More.
Author: Jason Inman
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
Category: Literary Criticism
A military veteran and comic book expert explores the link between superhero legend and real-life combat in this fascinating book. Comic book superheroes have been influenced by the true heroes of our armed forces for decades. From Captain America punching Hitler in the jaw on his first cover, to The Punisher’s tour of duty in Vietnam, there are countless instances when military history has crossed over to the pages of comic books. A veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, author Jason Inman re-discovered his childhood love of comic books during long days at the Tallil Air Base in southern Iraq. He started to wonder about the phenomenon of superhero service members. What kinds of soldiers were these fictional characters? And how were they changed by war? Super Soldiers looks at the intersection between war and pop culture to understand these questions and more. Each chapter revisits military comic book characters and compares them to personal stories from Inman’s military career; describing superhero soldiers from DC comics and Marvel comics, including lesser-known characters lost to time.
Author: Frederick Luis AldamaPublish On: 2020-07-27
Marvel,. 2012–present: flying. with. her. own. wings. The 2012 relaunch of Carol as Captain Marvel capitalized on the assets of the past, while steering away from its more stereotypical moments. The new title was first directed by ...
Author: Frederick Luis Aldama
Category: Social Science
The Routledge Companion to Gender and Sexuality in Comic Book Studies is a comprehensive, global, and interdisciplinary examination of the essential relationship between Gender, Sexuality, Comics, and Graphic Novels. A diverse range of international and interdisciplinary scholars take a closer look at how gender and sexuality have been essential in the evolution of comics, and how gender and sexuality in comics demand that we re-frame and re-view comics history. Chapters cover a wide array of intersectional topics including Queer Underground and Alternative comics, Feminist Autobiography, re-drawing disability, Latina testimony, and re-evaluating the critical whiteness and masculinity of superheroes in this first truly global reference text to gender and sexuality in comics. Comics have always been an important place for the radical exploration of feminist and non-binary sexualities and identities, and the growth of non-normative comic book traditions as a field of inquiry makes this an essential text for upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers studying Comics Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Literary Studies, and Cultural Studies.
Author: Brian Michael BendisPublish On: 2019-08-14
Marvel In The '10S - Legends And Legacy Brian Michael Bendis, Kelly Sue Deconnick, Kieron Gillen, Jason Latour, G. Willow Wilson, ... See how writer Kelly Sue DeConnick sent Carol “higher, further, faster” in Captain Marvel (2012) #1.
Author: Brian Michael Bendis
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
Collects Ultimate Comics Spider-Man (2011) #7, Captain Marvel (2012) #1, Iron Man (2012) #1, Guardians Of The Galaxy (2013) #4, Edge Of Spider-Verse #2, Ms. Marvel (2014) #12, Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #3, Mighty Thor (2015) #5, Black Panther (2016) #1, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2015b) #7 and Thanos (2016) #1. Celebrate 80 years of Marvel Comics, decade by decade. The blockbuster icons and bold new generation of the trailblazing 2010s! As iconic heroes enjoyed worldwide cinematic success, a diverse array of young champions stole the spotlight! Find your favorite movie stars in outstanding adventures by the best modern creators - from Iron Man, Black Panther, Spider-Man and Captain Marvel...to Thanos! And get to know the new kids on the block - Miles Morales; Spider-Gwen; Thor, Goddess of Thunder; the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl; and Kamala Khan, the incomparable Ms. Marvel!
Captain America, Masculinity, and Violence: The Evolution of a National Icon. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2015. ... Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2014. ———. In Dust of this Planet: Horror of Philosophy Vol. 1.
Author: Larrie Dudenhoeffer
Category: Performing Arts
This book addresses what a superhero body can do by developing several “x-rays” of the superbody’s sensoria, anatomic structures, internal systems, cellular organizations, and orthotic, chemical, or technological enhancements. In short, these x-rays offer what we might describe as a metamorpho-physiological approach to the superheroes in feature films, theatrical cartoon shorts, and Netflix television series. This approach examines the ways in which the “substance” of superheroes, which includes their masks, costumes, chevrons, weapons, and auras, extends into the diegetic environment of the film, transgressing it, transforming it, and corporealizing it, making it emblematic of the shape, dimensions, contours, and organismic workings of one or more of our major organs, members, orifices, fluids, or cell clusters. Thus the superhero film, as this study claims, works to make us more aware of the mutability, adaptability, modifiability, and virtual capabilities of our own flesh.
Since that initial presentation, we've been deluged with letters asking to hear the story again, this time in greater detail. So we've ' called upon Marvel's expert future-historian—“expert” because he made it upl—to fill in the gaps ...
Author: Steve Gerber
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Collects Marvel Super Heroes (1967) #18 [Author]; Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #4-5 [Author]; Giant-Size Defenders #5 [Author]; Defenders (1972) #26-29 [Author]; Marvel Presents #3-12. Captain America [Author]; Doctor Strange [Author]; the Thing [Author]; the Hulk and other familiar faces join the star-spanning heroes in the greatest war the future ever saw! Then [Author]; as the Guardians help a planet in turmoil rebuild [Author]; threats rise from two other worlds: one of them living [Author]; the other gone mad!
This book examines recurring themes and how Moore's work has evolved over the years.
Author: Lance Parkin
Publisher: Old Castle
Category: Literary Criticism
For more than 30 years, Moore has pushed the perimeter of the comics medium. This book is a comprehensive survey of his career, including a complete list of his work from the America's Best Comics and From Hell period to the current Lost Girls. Moore's work crosses genre boundaries ranging from farce and high comedy to the dark, grim work that epitomised the graphic novel and comics revolution of the late 80s. This book examines recurring themes and how Moore's work has evolved over the years.
This is the story of strip cartoons since comics began, of the artists who created the characters, and of the characters who took charge of their creators.
Author: George Perry
Category: Caricatures and cartoons
This is the story of strip cartoons since comics began, of the artists who created the characters, and of the characters who took charge of their creators. Here you'll find the true tale of Jane and Flook, of Popeye, Pip, Squeak and Wilfred, and L'il Abner, of Tarzan and Captain America and Peanuts, and of all the characters who live in cages but rule the world ... or the better half of it. In this sumptuous, new and supercharged edition of a now classic book George Perry has updated the original text and Alan Aldridge has provided further evidence of his graphic brilliance and keen eye for social history. This is the book that recalls the old-time childhood magic, yet succinctly defines the new, sharp, cool power the comics exert on today's adult world.