Midwest Book Review: The Stan Lee Universe SC

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The Stan Lee Universe SC
Danny Fingeroth, et.al.
TwoMorrows Publishing
10407 Bedfordtown Drive, Raleigh, NC 27614
9781605490298, $26.95, www.twomorrows.com

THE STAN LEE UNIVERSE is packed with interviews and reflections by the leader of Marvel Comics and is a ‘must’ for any collection serious about presenting comic book history. From the horse’s mouth comes insights into the evolution of the comics industry as a whole, with chapters offering rare, previously unpublished interviews with Stan Lee on the topic of how the industry evolved. Supporting interviews with other major personalities who helped shape the field provide a powerful collection of insights accompanied by rare photos, sample scripts, and more. A ‘must’ for any comics and graphic novel collection.


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