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Kod produktu: NOV084046
Realizacja zamówienia: 15-45 dni rob. (sprowadzany z USA)
Wysyłka od: 15.00 PLN
Wydawnictwo: DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT

Scenariusz: TOM SPRUGEON, BRIAN CUNNINGHAM
Rysunki: JOHN ROMITA SR., JOHN ROMITA JR.
Okładka: JOHN ROMITA SR., ALEX ROSS

John Romita Sr. is as synonymous with Marvel as is Stan Lee. Stan was the definitive writer and visionary of the Marvel Universe, but Jazzy John was the ultimate catcher to all of Stan's pitches. Arguably the most important contributor to Marvel canon with Jack Kirby, and arguably the definitive Spider-Man artist, John Romita has left creating, defining and/or desigining some of Marvel's major characters, from Wolverine and The Punisher to Spider-Woman, The Kingpin and so many more. And, though it was Stan Lee and Steve Ditko who co-created Spider-Man and Peter Parker, and helped us love the boy with the problems we all grew up with, it was Jazzy John who allowed Peter to grow up and have the same problems many had growing up, and glamorized Peter Parker and rounded out his stable of characters with Gwen Stacy and Harry Osborne, and who also gave us the unbelievable entrance by Mary Jane Watson, showing us just how Peter had hit the jackpot!
And John Romita Jr. has also created a rich body of work that few can follow in his footsteps. Having outgrown the shadow of his father early in his career, John Romita Jr.has shown the world why he is "Mr. Marvel". From his early days working with Bob Layton on the Iron Man issues featuring the controversial issues of Tony Stark's alcoholism, to his jump to stardom in the early '90s on the Uncanny X-Men (almost a decade after his first stint n the Uncanny X-Men with Chris Claremont), to his unbelievable work on Daredevil: Man Without Fear with Frank Miller and Al Willliamson, John proved that he was one of only a few artists who can shine working with a master such as Frank Miller. Moving into the New Millennium, John's work on Thor was nothing short of amazing, as well as his work on Daredevil with Ann Nocenti and Al Williamson. But nothing has been more tailor-made or John Jr.'s art than Marvel's flagship title-Spider-Man! His return on Peter Parker, Spider-Man proved that he was Marvel's best choice for a Spider-Man artist, and when Joe Michael Straczynski took hold of Marvel's flagship title, it was John Jr.'s art that made the great stories shine as well as they did! One thing that's kept John's art fresh is his ability to move from character to character. It definitely is bittersweet to see John leave Spider-Man and run around the Marvel Universe on characters such as The Eternals (with Neil Gaiman), proving once again, John Jr. is the artist's artist who can tackle such great projects, and even on his run on the World War Hulk (yes, Hulk does indeed Smash!), one is mesmerized by his incredible artwork. What's amazing is, that as of this writing, John Romita Jr. wukk ve returning to Amazing Spider-Man #568, and this fan, Nick Barrucci, President of Dynamic Foces, feels the excitement and energy of his return. These are the things that we live for in comics. It's rare to know when a series is going to ge great because a great artist is working on it. We are fortunate to be on the ground floor, again, but the anticipation is something that will only be quenched when the first read of a series that will be great.
The Romitas are one of the few royal families in comics. If you haven't had a chance to fully appreciate their work, here's your chance. It's a fun ride. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have in putting this book together!
With an introduction by Alex Ross and an afterword by Stan "The Man" Lee, this hardcover book is perfect for every Spider-Man fan, young and old!

Ilość stron: 208
Cena okładkowa: $29.99

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  • Wydawnictwo: 

    DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT

  • Sugerowany dla dorosłych: 

    nie

  • Język: 

    angielski

  • Planowany termin premiery: 

    wydany

  • Rodzaj produktu: 

    tomy

  • Format (szer. x wys.): 

    brak danych

  • Zapewniany stan produktu: 

    nowy z defektami - zapewniany stan bardzo dobry

  • Rok wydania: 

    2008

  • ISBN: 

    9781606900253

  • Numer wydania: 

    1