Marvel Comics and Taschen have announced that 75 Years Of Marvel: From The Golden Age To The Silver Screen — a hardcover art book that looks back at Marvel’s comics, movies, and history — will be released this fall.
Written by Roy Thomas — who penned such Marvel comics as The Incredible Hulk, Uncanny X-Men, and The Avengers — 75 Years Of Marvel: From The Golden Age To The Silver Screen not only goes into all of Marvel’s superheroes but also the writers and artists who created them and sent them on their greatest adventures, including Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, John Romita, and, of course, Stan Lee.
The 700+ page book (which is 11.4-inches by 15.6-inches) will also include over 2000 images, including comic pages, original sketches, behind-the-scenes pictures, shots from Marvel’s movies, as well as pictures of toys and other collectibles.
Oh, and this is interesting (though also fitting): 75 Years Of Marvel: From The Golden Age To The Silver Screen is being edited by Taschen’s Josh Baker, who previously edited 75 Years Of DC Comics: The Art Of Modern Mythmaking, which came out in 2010.
75 Years Of Marvel: From The Golden Age To The Silver Screen is currently available for pre-ordering from Amazon for $148.00.