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Marvel Avengers: The Ultimate Character Guide

Edited May 13, 2012

I'm going to keep this a short review. As you probably realise by now I'm a huge geek and I'm a huge fan of superheros. Despite this I had only ever watched the films and never read the comics. I wanted a book that would allow me to learn about other relevant characters without reading hundreds of comics. This is where I found this book, well actually my mother bought it for me as a surprise. I totally geeked out when I saw it.

The book itself is full of great images and drawings of the characters each bright and clear. I loved looking at new characters and seeing how they got their powers. It's full of the basic history of many Marvel characters. They give you basic information and a bit of history which is all a new fan needs to get a feel of the new characters. The book is incredibly well laid out, it would be a great read for all ages. It's simply laid out which makes the book even more impressive. It's a great start for someone looking to learn more, even long turn fans will be able to get something out of this book. I really loved this and will now look for more character guides!


Marvel Avengers : The Ultimate Character Guide by Alan Cowsill and Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff (2010, Hardcover)

Product Information

  • Avengers Assemble! From Abomination to Wolverine, find out everything about your favorite Marvel Avengers super heroes and villains. This chunky, info-packed guide takes you alphabetically through the Avengers universe, shedding new light on characters like Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Thor, and Captain America, giving you more detail about their powers, weaknesses, enemies, and origins than any other book on the market. â„¢ & © 2012 Marvel Entertainment, LLC and its subsidiaries. Licensed by Marvel Characters B.V. All rights reserved. Super Heroes is a co-owned registered trademark

Product Identifiers

  • Publisher

    Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Incorporated

  • ISBN-10


  • ISBN-13


  • eBay Product ID (ePID)


Product Key Features

  • Author

    Alan Cowsill, Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff

  • Format


  • Language


  • Topic

    Superheroes, Comics & Graphic Novels / Superheroes

  • Publication Year


  • Genre

    Juvenile Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels

  • Number of Pages

    208 Pages


  • Item Length


  • Item Height


  • Item Width


  • Length


  • Item Weight

    28.4 Oz

Additional Product Features

  • Age Range


  • Lc Classification Number

    Pn6728.A9c69 2010

  • Grade from

    Third Grade

  • Grade to

    Seventh Grade

  • Reviews

    "(This) fun-to-thumb through guide provides a quick glance at the visually stunning and creatively imagined individuals (enhanced humans, aliens, gods, androids, and more) that people the Avengers universe." School Library Journal A YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers for 2012.

  • Copyright Date


  • Target Audience

    Juvenile Audience

  • Lccn


  • Dewey Decimal


  • Intended Audience

    Ages 9-12, Ages 4-8, Ages 2-3, under 2 Years

  • Dewey Edition


  • Illustrated


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Alan Cowsill is the author of Zombie 18 and Punch Drunk Kisses. He hosts The Last Geek In Space podcast. Alan co-created Stormwatcher for Acme/Eclipse, Kilkane for Deadline Magazine and was an editor at Marvel UK on Overkill, Biker Mice From Mars, X-Men, Action Man and the company’s Marvel line. He also wrote the first UK-originated Spider-Man strips for over a decade in Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures.

His other work includes Jackie Chan Adventures and the award-winning Classic Marvel Figurine Collection and DC Super Hero Collection. His books include Colin the Goblin, Warzone: Dark Eden, Chronopia, DC Comics: A Year by Year Visual Chronicle, Marvel Avengers Character Encyclopaedia, Avengers: The Ultimate Guide To Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Spider-Man Year by Year: A Visual Chronicle, Marvel Comics 75 Years of Cover Art, Revolutionary War and the award winning graphic novel World War One.

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