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A comprehensive overview of all of Marvel's greatest heroes and villains furnishes profiles of more than one thousand characters that document their individual superpowers and their careers, in a reference that traces the history of Marvel Comics and encompasses stunning artwork by some of Marvel's greatest artists. A comprehensive overview of all of Marvel's greatest heroes and villains furnishes profiles of more than one thousand characters that document their individual superpowers and their careers, in a reference that traces the history of Marvel Comics and encompasses stunning artwork by some of Marvel's greatest artists.


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A comprehensive overview of all of Marvel's greatest heroes and villains furnishes profiles of more than one thousand characters that document their individual superpowers and their careers, in a reference that traces the history of Marvel Comics and encompasses stunning artwork by some of Marvel's greatest artists. A comprehensive overview of all of Marvel's greatest heroes and villains furnishes profiles of more than one thousand characters that document their individual superpowers and their careers, in a reference that traces the history of Marvel Comics and encompasses stunning artwork by some of Marvel's greatest artists.

30 review for The Marvel Comics Encyclopedia: A Complete Guide to the Characters of the Marvel Univers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alejandro

    The Marvel Age is upon us! GREAT COMICS COME WITH GREAT ENCYCLOPEDIAS Obviously, in an ever-changing environment like comic books, any encyclopedia about the topic is outdated almost when it comes out... ...but that never stopped us to buy them! Definitely, any avid comic books' reader needs such companion books, not only to reaffirm what one knows about our chosen comic book characters and titles, but also to have a fair understanding about the whole universe of the publishing house, in thi The Marvel Age is upon us! GREAT COMICS COME WITH GREAT ENCYCLOPEDIAS Obviously, in an ever-changing environment like comic books, any encyclopedia about the topic is outdated almost when it comes out... ...but that never stopped us to buy them! Definitely, any avid comic books' reader needs such companion books, not only to reaffirm what one knows about our chosen comic book characters and titles, but also to have a fair understanding about the whole universe of the publishing house, in this case, Marvel. Everything started, back then, when it was still called Timely Comics, having early hits like Captain America, Namor, the Submariner and the original Human Torch, defining the cornerstones of the way that their heroes were like, dreamers, controversial ones and outcasts,... ...later the 60's revolution bring The Fantastic Four, adding the disfunctional factor to the storytelling, establishing the Marvel Age of Comics, when Spider-Man proved that a teenager could be a standing-alone hero and not just a sidekick, along that getting superpowers wouldn't solve your personal life but instead complicated it and demanding unavoidable responsibilities... ...and not always you will be able to save the girl... over, ever-arguing teams like The Avengers, where gods and monsters meet with men-out-of-time, to face threats that single heroes couldn't deal with... ...along with mutants like X-Men defending a world that fears them... ...street justice in the hands of Daredevil and others alike, defending the common fellow that doesn't have anyone else to look for assistance... ...introducing fictional foreign lands where superpowered kings and tyrants alike where acclaimed by their subjects... ...impossible dimensions and galactic empires... ...eating-planets' beings, energy-infused ever-rising creatures and even a man able to surf over outer space... ...and of course, a gauntlet that anybody fears or wants to have... ...this is the Marvel Universe! And here, you have a great option to have an amazing overview of this comic book universe and its uncanny characters.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Martin

    This massive hardcover is great on so many levels: big, colourful, exhaustive, and - for now at least - up to date. Published in March 2014, this fanboy's reference book lists even the latest Marvel events: Age of Ultron, Avengers vs. X-Men, Infinity. Just leafing through it I saw some lame 80's villains (weren't there so many in those days!), characters I haven't seen since I was in middle school, so that brought back some 'Hey I remember this guy!' kind of exclamations. Of course the character This massive hardcover is great on so many levels: big, colourful, exhaustive, and - for now at least - up to date. Published in March 2014, this fanboy's reference book lists even the latest Marvel events: Age of Ultron, Avengers vs. X-Men, Infinity. Just leafing through it I saw some lame 80's villains (weren't there so many in those days!), characters I haven't seen since I was in middle school, so that brought back some 'Hey I remember this guy!' kind of exclamations. Of course the character bios are somewhat streamlined in the interest of clarity and of keeping this book's page count reasonable. We got our son this book as a present for his ninth birthday, and he absolutely loves it! There's just so much information about so many characters, I think it's wonderful for him to have this book to learn more about the Marvel Universe. We'd gotten him DC Comics Ultimate Character Guide for Christmas, and he loved that one too, but there's just no comparing these two books: Marvel's book has so much more, is so much bigger. Definitely recommended for comic book fans, young or old. Excelsior!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Hasham Rasool

    I am a huge fan of Marvel. I love this book wholeheartedly. This book allows the readers to get know each character in Marvel. If you are a fan of Marvel then I would massively recommended you to read this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Issa

    This book is so massive and full of useful information about pretty much every marvel comic character you can shake an adamantium-laced stick at. You want to know the difference between the Young X-men and Young Avengers? Of course you do... Don't be silly. This is the book for you This book is so massive and full of useful information about pretty much every marvel comic character you can shake an adamantium-laced stick at. You want to know the difference between the Young X-men and Young Avengers? Of course you do... Don't be silly. This is the book for you

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I've been flipping through this monstrous tome for a month now and it must go back to the library. It's basically Marvel comics characters alphabetized. I read some of the entries but not all. Good book and informative. Heavy, though. A bit exhausting to hold. Nicely illustrated. I've been flipping through this monstrous tome for a month now and it must go back to the library. It's basically Marvel comics characters alphabetized. I read some of the entries but not all. Good book and informative. Heavy, though. A bit exhausting to hold. Nicely illustrated.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

    The ultimate encyclopedic book for any fan of Marvel. I must say, I really enjoyed reading through this. For many people, it's simply not the type of book you read from start to finish. Rather, it's an especially great coffee table book to have sitting at home so that when friends come over and we get to talking about characters from the Marvel Universe (or multiverse or omniverse or whatever it is these days), then this is the perfect reference guide. I, on the other hand, that will sit down and The ultimate encyclopedic book for any fan of Marvel. I must say, I really enjoyed reading through this. For many people, it's simply not the type of book you read from start to finish. Rather, it's an especially great coffee table book to have sitting at home so that when friends come over and we get to talking about characters from the Marvel Universe (or multiverse or omniverse or whatever it is these days), then this is the perfect reference guide. I, on the other hand, that will sit down and read this book from front to back. And I did just that. It did take me nearly three months to pore over every single entry, examine the details of each individual character (complete with their height, weight, home base, and superpower), and stare in awe at the beautiful artwork. This book truly is an exceptional piece of work. I will admit that there were a few minuscule errors here and there throughout the book (text overlapping with images, oddly arranged text and images), but those in no way diminish the quality of the book. I wouldn't even remember where they were now that I'm done. Not being a reader of the comics, I feel like I learned so much more about the Marvel universe. Sure I could have just spent some time online reading fan theories, wikipedia pages, and blogs galore, but nothing beats a physical book. I'm sure that's why anyone would be reading this review on goodreads anyway, amirite? A great book for any fan of everything Marvel.

  7. 5 out of 5

    John

    It's fun. It is one of those books I would always pick up at the Barnes & Noble and thumb through, but put back because it was a bit too self indulgent. But a friend bought it for me for Christmas, so I happily dove in and found out I don't know half of the comic book characters in the (ever-expanding) Marvel Universe. There are some real doozies, I might add, including a character Ulysses Bloodstone, who is a soldier of fortunate and looks like Fabio (perfect for the Flooze)! Others include Mas It's fun. It is one of those books I would always pick up at the Barnes & Noble and thumb through, but put back because it was a bit too self indulgent. But a friend bought it for me for Christmas, so I happily dove in and found out I don't know half of the comic book characters in the (ever-expanding) Marvel Universe. There are some real doozies, I might add, including a character Ulysses Bloodstone, who is a soldier of fortunate and looks like Fabio (perfect for the Flooze)! Others include Master Order (he must be anal retentive), Lightmaster (Lite Brite, making things with light) and Plantman (you must return here with a shrubbery). Love the expanded profiles included on some of the core characters, such as The Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, etc. I began reading and collecting comics when I was about eight. They reinforced my love of reading and made great companions during my endless summers in the Poconos when I would read and reread them. Needless to say (which, ironically, is in itself, needless to say), I would recommend this book for anyone who loves comics. It's fun.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Sack

    I got this book for Christmas one year. I was not into the brilliant universe of Marvel yet, and I didn't know a lot of the characters. I then read it front-to-back. Then again. And again. And again. I studied that book like my life depends on it (in fact, I still do). I basically have the thing memorized now, and my family picks on me for that. They also ask me questions too that I am now able to answer thanks to what I have dubbed The Book of All Knowledge. Now, I am forever grateful to this o I got this book for Christmas one year. I was not into the brilliant universe of Marvel yet, and I didn't know a lot of the characters. I then read it front-to-back. Then again. And again. And again. I studied that book like my life depends on it (in fact, I still do). I basically have the thing memorized now, and my family picks on me for that. They also ask me questions too that I am now able to answer thanks to what I have dubbed The Book of All Knowledge. Now, I am forever grateful to this one, ingenious, thick book for kick-starting my lifelong geekiness on anything and everything Marvel. I rarely write reviews, and in fact, this is my first. But this book is so good I have to spill my guts about it. The artwork is fantastic, for it is plucked out of the best comicbooks they can supply. The storylines are incredible, and the characters are flawless, with entries ranging from eighth to six pages. All in all, I recommend this book highly to everyone. Except those who either hate Marvel for some reason that is beyond my comprehension, and those who loath everything and anything.

  9. 4 out of 5

    CharlieeB

    The Marvel Encyclopedia is basically a book explaining the marvel universe. Characters, stories, and other stuff. The book goes into more detail about important areas in the marvel universe also in detail of the characters and there powers and a brief backstory. I like how the book got in depth with the story and hero's. Also the drawing and pictures were very detailed and stuff like that. I can tell a lot of effort was put int into the pictures, i can tell because they were bright and colorful. The Marvel Encyclopedia is basically a book explaining the marvel universe. Characters, stories, and other stuff. The book goes into more detail about important areas in the marvel universe also in detail of the characters and there powers and a brief backstory. I like how the book got in depth with the story and hero's. Also the drawing and pictures were very detailed and stuff like that. I can tell a lot of effort was put int into the pictures, i can tell because they were bright and colorful. I recommend this book for fro comic book geeks and people who want to get 3 books assignment over with fast because its a easy read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Trang

    Not very complete compared to the DC encyclopedia

  11. 5 out of 5

    Baba

    A book I wish I never read! After successfully given up reading comics for over 2 decades this well penned and pretty exhaustive summary of the Marvel Universe pulled me back in. I wanted to know what had happened to Daredevil, what was the House of M, the Avengers Disassembled, Jean Grey gone again... this book is a huge teaser stroke for the Marvel Universe and it does its job really well, although in the case of the 2005 edition I read, it was when the Marvel Universe was at its best laying d A book I wish I never read! After successfully given up reading comics for over 2 decades this well penned and pretty exhaustive summary of the Marvel Universe pulled me back in. I wanted to know what had happened to Daredevil, what was the House of M, the Avengers Disassembled, Jean Grey gone again... this book is a huge teaser stroke for the Marvel Universe and it does its job really well, although in the case of the 2005 edition I read, it was when the Marvel Universe was at its best laying down most of the story foundations for what is now known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Excelsior! 8 out of 12.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Terrington

    A visually appealing and highly informative guide to the Marvel universe. It can be very easy to get lost within the immense width of the knowledge of that world...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Omar

    I'd never thought I'd find such a perfect book. Every illustration, every story, every freaking hero and villain. All here. I'd never thought I'd find such a perfect book. Every illustration, every story, every freaking hero and villain. All here.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Josh McInnis

    Bought both marvel and dc dk encyclopeias and I found the marvel edition largely lacking in effort compared to the dc edition. đź‘Ž

  15. 5 out of 5

    Zeyah Orozco

    I’ve read this book cover-to-cover six times. I don’t really know how to rate it, because it’s an encyclopedia, but I’ll give it 4.5 stars.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Randy Lander

    Back at my previous site (*cough*don’t mind the link, fellas!*cough*), I had written a glowing review of DK Publishing’s DC Comics Encylopedia. Then, a couple months back, I wrote another glowing review of their Guide to Conan. I had every reason to expect greatness from their new Marvel Encyclopedia. Maybe those heightened expectations help explain my disappointment. Maybe it’s the involvement of current Marvel editorial in this edition, as contrasted with DC’s freelancer-driven version. Maybe Back at my previous site (*cough*don’t mind the link, fellas!*cough*), I had written a glowing review of DK Publishing’s DC Comics Encylopedia. Then, a couple months back, I wrote another glowing review of their Guide to Conan. I had every reason to expect greatness from their new Marvel Encyclopedia. Maybe those heightened expectations help explain my disappointment. Maybe it’s the involvement of current Marvel editorial in this edition, as contrasted with DC’s freelancer-driven version. Maybe it’s that there are major glaring character omissions, as opposed to the minor ones that first struck me with the DC Encyclopedia. Whatever the case, though, while the Marvel Encyclopedia is hardly a disaster, it’s certainly a big letdown after seeing what DK Publishing is capable of previously. I should start by saying that, aside from the Essential Official Handbooks Marvel has produced, this is still the best game in town. It’s got gorgeous production values, is obviously the product of a lot of hard work and features more characters than your average fan will encounter in their comic-book reading lifetime. The basics of the Marvel Encyclopedia are exactly the same as the DC Encyclopedia. An alphabetical listing of characters, as comprehensive as possible, with art selected from throughout Marvel’s history. And in terms of basic structure, the book is still a treasure, especially for those with only a mild knowledge of the Marvel Universe. If you’ve never put your hands on an Official Handbook, if you’ve only been reading for a few years, if you’re a young reader who just wants to read about a ton of characters, the Encyclopedia will do you just fine. But if you’re one of those longtime fans who just loves these character and universe guides, who grew up on the Official Handbooks and were hoping this would be a long-overdue update… well, get ready for some disappointment. The mistakes in this Encyclopedia are relatively minor, but they’re systemic. You can’t flip more than a page or two without hitting something that seems wrong. Maybe Marvel just had more of a flood of bad art in the ’90s and the ’00s than DC, but it seems like some really weird artistic decisions were made here. The Encyclopedia is more the place for definitive looks, rather than experimental takes. Why use Joe Madeureira’s version of Magneto, or the godawful ’90s version of the West Coast Avengers or the Clayton Henry version of Alpha Flight, when a Jim Lee Magneto, John Byrne West Coast Avengers and Alpha Flight are all easily available and far more definitive? I’m not saying that only old art should be used, as the Encyclopedia makes good use of modern work by Adi Granov (for Iron Man) and Tim Sale (for Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane), but for God’s sake, why is Elektra done by Mike Deodato (from the forgettable ’90s series) instead of Frank Miller? Yes, it’s nitpicking, but this kind of project deserves that kind of scrutiny. Especially when the DC Volume placed the bar so high. To be fair, the Encyclopedia really does cover the obscure, and in some cases the best left forgotten. You’ll find all sorts of relics of the ’90s here, from Sugar Man to Terror, as well as recent questionable characters like Chuck Austen’s Azazel. The focus in a lot of ways seems to be on obscure characters who have premiered since the last Official Handbook, which is probably wise on the surface, except that so many of those characters are so bad, and they get full write-ups where more interesting obscura from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s are lightly touched upon. One also can’t help but notice that co-writer Tom DeFalco’s Spider-Girl universe and Clone Saga stories are unusually well-represented, disproportionate to their popularity. The character write-ups are inconsistent, sometimes featuring up-to-date continuity but oftentimes out of date or just plain wrong. Emma Frost leaves off with Generation X, with no mention of her New or Astonishing X-Men doings. Bucky’s entry mentions that he is the Winter Soldier, but there’s no indication of what that means, and no entry for the Winter Soldier. Meanwhile, the Runaways are nowhere to be found, except for a mention in Swarm’s entry. Given that they’re probably the most enduring new characters created for Marvel in the past few years, this seems like a pretty notable error. Sadly, it’s but one of many. If you’re a fan who bought the DC Encyclopedia to read with your kids, then the Marvel Encyclopedia will not disappoint. There are thousands of colorful characters and write-ups, complete with power listings, height, weight, all that good stuff. It’s all very well organized, with a spiffy index in the back, and while a lot of the art seems miscast, there are certainly some good choices in there as well. The book looks terrific at a casual glance. But it seems like it was put together with the same care for continuity with which Marvel puts together all of its books these days, which is to say that it’s sloppy and inconsistent. Where the DC Encyclopedia surprised me with its loving tribute to all characters, the Marvel Encyclopedia seems to show favoritism towards pet characters of the writers and the characters in modern use, with the others given a bare minimum of attention. What impressed me about the DC Encyclopedia was its all-encompassing, something-for-everyone approach, and that approach is not to be found here. If someone puts this under your Christmas tree, thank them, because any comics fan will probably get a kick out of the book… but I can’t quite give the “rush out and buy this” recommendation I gave the DC Encyclopedia two years ago.

  17. 5 out of 5

    James

    A sturdy introduction to the Marvel mythos, this encyclopedia makes me miss the long, labyrinthine entries in the original "Official Handbook" series. They were sprawling and a big intimidating, but they captured the scope of the Marvel Universe, sharing all the crazy twists and turns these characters had experienced, things you had to catch up with as a reader. Here, we're largely confined to origin stories and recent events. A few classic tales enter the spotlight, but even entries for iconic A sturdy introduction to the Marvel mythos, this encyclopedia makes me miss the long, labyrinthine entries in the original "Official Handbook" series. They were sprawling and a big intimidating, but they captured the scope of the Marvel Universe, sharing all the crazy twists and turns these characters had experienced, things you had to catch up with as a reader. Here, we're largely confined to origin stories and recent events. A few classic tales enter the spotlight, but even entries for iconic characters like Doctor Doom or the X-men feel a bit cursory. The book is more approachable (and affordable) for it, but I miss the dense ink and detailed backstories of previous versions.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Goose

    Let's hope they cleaned up this encyclopedia after the 2006 edition, which is what I have. Sentences that stop, without actually ending, incorrect dates and data, and poor art selection lead me to hope that some more time was taken with editions following 2006. A new editorial team or a larger group of proofreaders was needed for the 2006 edition. I've been reading comics since the early seventies and this was a disappointment. Let's hope they cleaned up this encyclopedia after the 2006 edition, which is what I have. Sentences that stop, without actually ending, incorrect dates and data, and poor art selection lead me to hope that some more time was taken with editions following 2006. A new editorial team or a larger group of proofreaders was needed for the 2006 edition. I've been reading comics since the early seventies and this was a disappointment.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    Brilliant resource. It's even fun to read a random entry and go to the entries that are referenced in it. Helps in keeping those pesky time lines and story arcs straight in books you never read or only heard about. I know online editions of this kind of thing exist. That said, I think it's totally worth having a proper, hard copy around to refer to. Brilliant resource. It's even fun to read a random entry and go to the entries that are referenced in it. Helps in keeping those pesky time lines and story arcs straight in books you never read or only heard about. I know online editions of this kind of thing exist. That said, I think it's totally worth having a proper, hard copy around to refer to.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Evan

    The book did a very good job of explaining every vivid detail. Tom DeFalco did a very great job.

  21. 5 out of 5

    AvidPasserby

    It's great read if you want do delve deeper into Marvel characters and their lore. It's great read if you want do delve deeper into Marvel characters and their lore.

  22. 4 out of 5

    UL CA

    I want to shop this Marvel Encylopedia in Spanish. :(

  23. 5 out of 5

    The Brothers

    Asher (12yo) read. Dexter (1oyo) read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Baker

    Holy cow... I feel like I just read a 400+ page encyclopedia.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bill Sleeman

    And even more fun.... The Dazzler remains one of my favorite 1970s era Marvel heroes! Waiting for the Dazzler and DC Halo crossover!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Hess

    This is a great reference book for the marvel universe. Bought it for my son but it eventually made it's way to my shelf. This is a great reference book for the marvel universe. Bought it for my son but it eventually made it's way to my shelf.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jana

    Awesome book that has details on the Marvel characters. Was great info to have when the video game (Ultimate Alliance 2) was released that featured Marvel Civil War story.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Benitez

    Great book! It covers everything about the entire Marvel Universe. It is a must-have for all Marvel fans around the world.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    Although I read the occasional Marvel story I am more familiar with the Marvel films than I am with the comics. So when I recieved this book as a gift I thought it a brilliant idea to brush up on my knowledge of all things Marvel without having to read through the entire Marvel back catalogue - Something that unfortunatly I do not have the time to do. Therefore on the odd occasion I do pick up a Marvel comic I might have better understanding of the back stories of the characters and events I am Although I read the occasional Marvel story I am more familiar with the Marvel films than I am with the comics. So when I recieved this book as a gift I thought it a brilliant idea to brush up on my knowledge of all things Marvel without having to read through the entire Marvel back catalogue - Something that unfortunatly I do not have the time to do. Therefore on the odd occasion I do pick up a Marvel comic I might have better understanding of the back stories of the characters and events I am reading about. And this book does exactly what it says on the cover. It is a convieniant alphabetical documentation of various Marvel character's, teams/groups and events. I found it interesting reading about the lesser known Marvel charcter's and the multi-page spreads on the more famous characters (Spider-man, Wolverine et al) were brilliant. I had no idea just how many Marvel charcaters there actually were and how often the various Marvel title's cross over, infact I can see why they felt the need for "M-Day" to wittle down the ammount of "mutants" in the the Marvel universe. One thing that annoyed me slightly were the headings for some of the charcters. Some of the character's were documented under their real names and others under their "codenames". So a little inconsistency going on throughout the book - but with mutltiple author's I suppose I can overlook this. What I can't over look though and what annoyed me a hell of a lot more was the ammount of spelling and basic grammar mistakes that this book was littered with. It was as though no-one had bothered to proof read. There were times when there were whole sections missing off the end of sentances where the text boxes had obviously been cropped to fit the page and this had cut out the end of the sentance, and no-one noticed. The book wasn't as enjoyable as I'd hoped it would be to be honest and this coupled with the ammount of spelling mistakes means I give the book a deserving 3 stars. I feel that rather than reading the book in one hit as I've just done this book is going to serve me better as a reference tool next time I'm reading a Marvel story and want to know more about the charcaters/events I'm reading about - therefore the ammount of stars I've awarded this book may well change in the future.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Becky Stokes

    This book was brought for me as a Christmas present by my auntie who knows how much of a nerd I really am. I was curious about this book to see how much I actual knew about this world that I was so fascinating in and WOW this book put me to shame. I am what was known as a plastic fan who loved the films and the videos on YouTube and has maybe read like five of the comics. Obviously this book was about all the characters no matter how big or small they played in this whole universe. There is more This book was brought for me as a Christmas present by my auntie who knows how much of a nerd I really am. I was curious about this book to see how much I actual knew about this world that I was so fascinating in and WOW this book put me to shame. I am what was known as a plastic fan who loved the films and the videos on YouTube and has maybe read like five of the comics. Obviously this book was about all the characters no matter how big or small they played in this whole universe. There is more than 1,200 of marvels characters. The information will also tell you their first appearance and last appearance within the comics as well as where are from and their superpowers. It is a guide for all the characters and the basic storyline along the way. My favourite thing about this book is the fact that they expanded pages for the main characters and dig deeper into their storyline such as Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Wolverine. The pages are illustrated beautifully and it’s very easy to read. The size of the book is huge and can be hard to carry which is why when I read it I need to put it on the table and then lean over the table to read it but with the amount of detail I didn’t care how big it was (even if it doesn’t fit on bookshelf). However I really enjoyed this book and would recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in Marvel. I gave it a 4 star rating due to the amount of information and it is simplify to understand the main storyline but I would still recommend that you read the comics as well like I am starting to do now.

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