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by Sid Greene,Ben Benulis,Paul Reinman,Al Eadeh,Joe Maneely,Paul Tumlinson,Ed Winiarski,Werner Roth


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Book 4 of 5 in the Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Strange Tales Series.

Book 4 of 5 in the Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Strange Tales Series.

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Sid Greene, Ben Benulis (Illustrator), Paul Reinman (Illustrator), Al Eadeh . Book Description Marvel Enterprises, New York, NY, .

Sid Greene, Ben Benulis (Illustrator), Paul Reinman (Illustrator), Al Eadeh (Illustrator), Joe Maneely (Illustrator), Paul Tumlinson (Illustrator), Ed Winiarski (Illustrator), Werner Roth (Illustrator). Published by Marvel (2011). ISBN 10: 0785150145 ISBN 13: 9780785150145. Condition: NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: NEW. Reinman, Paul (illustrator); Ayers, Dick (illustrator); Romita, John (illustrator) (illustrator).

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense Vol. 4 HC (Hardcover). Paul Reinman: Series See all. True Believers: Carol Danvers. Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Strange Tales Vol. 3 (Hardcover). Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Menace Vol. 1 (Hardcover).

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Cover by JOE MANEELY. The Marvel Masterworks' unmatched library of classic comics takes another undead shuffle into the world of Atlas Era horror with Journey Into Mystery! One of comics' most storied titles, Journey Into Mystery grew and changed with the times and styles of the comic-book field-from horror to fantasy, and monsters to super heroes, Stan Lee made it a trendy title to remember

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Menace was a 1953 to 1954 American crime/horror anthology comic book series published by. .Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Menace. ISBN 978-0-7851-3509-8.

Menace was a 1953 to 1954 American crime/horror anthology comic book series published by Atlas Comics, the 1950s precursor of Marvel Comics. It is best known for the first appearance of the supernatural Marvel character the Zombie, in a standalone story that became the basis for the 1970s black-and-white comics magazine Tales of the Zombie. Among other artist contributors were Tony DiPreta, Al Eadeh, John Forte, Jack Katz, Ed Winiarski, Seymour Moskowitz, Paul Reinman, Werner Roth, and Robert Q. Sale.

Joe Maneely, Bill Everett, Vern Henkel, Russ Heath, Carl Wessler, Don Rico, Paul Reinman, Mac Pakula, Gene Colan.

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Comments: (4)

Wat!?
I was surprised by the number of stories in this. I watch it on my 7" Kindle Fire and am impressed with how I am able to enlarge the image so I can read without glasses. My eye sight is good but this makes even better.
Ranicengi
This is another entry in Marvel's Atlas Era Masterworks series. This is the 4th volume in the long running Strange Tales book. This volume has two important distinctions from the previous three. First, only 9 issues are included instead of the usual 10. This is no doubt due to a desire to keep the remaining books at a consistent length. Second, the Comics Code comes into effect about halfway through this book.

Although, Dr. Michael Vassallo, in his usual wonderful and detailed introduction, makes a big deal of this, to me there is very little difference in story quality. Like previous volumes, about 50% of the scripts have no redeeming merits, about 35% have a germ of a good idea, and about 15% seem to be decently executed.

The art is a different matter, of course. Some really fine craftsman worked on the stories in this volume, some well known, some not so much. One of the great things to come out of the Atlas Era Masterworks are the rediscovery of so many artists that worked for comics only in this era and that have been hitherto forgotten or underappreciated. Why can't DC give us collections from this era?

Reproduction, as always, is absolutely first rate. The writing is just too lame to give this book a full five stars. If you plan to read it instead of just look at it I can only recommend it in small doses. Visually, it's fantastic.
Yayrel
I wish that Marvel would also reprint some of their other pre-code horror titles. Namely, Adventures Into Terror and Spellbound.
Brightcaster
just not my thing a waste of money just a horrible book should cost nothing its more free than dirt.
super duper horribley bad
Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Strange Tales - Volume 4 download epub
Graphic Novels
Author: Sid Greene,Ben Benulis,Paul Reinman,Al Eadeh,Joe Maneely,Paul Tumlinson,Ed Winiarski,Werner Roth
ISBN: 0785150145
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Marvel; First Ed edition (April 20, 2011)
Pages: 248 pages