(November 2020)

Titan, 2020 Series
Published in English (United Kingdom) United Kingdom
 
Price
29.99 USD; 38.99 CAD
Pages
168
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Titan Magazines
Brand
Marvel [white on red]
ISBN
978-1-78773-508-8 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781787735088 52999
Printer
Printed in the U.S.
Editing
Phoebe Hedges (credited) (assistant editor); Martin Eden (credited) (managing editor); Tiziana Quirico (original editor); Jonathan Wilkins (editor)
Color
color
Dimensions
8 in. x 11in.
Paper Stock
glossy
Binding
hardcover
Publishing Format
one-shot

Issue Notes

Editing: Tiziana Quirico edited the book for Disney Publishing Worldwide, the company which originated the project.

Unindexed pages include: two blank pages; the introduction/indicia page; and, a page advertising additional books by Titan about Marvel, Star Wars, and Disney properties.

The individual issues of this series are each less than 50% comics. Only comics sequences are indexed and cover scans are accepted only if the issue has 10% indexed comics content.

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
The true story of a pop-culture phenomenon
Characters
Thor [Thor Odinson]; Captain Marvel [Carol Danvers]; Spider-Man; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Iron Man

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?

Characters
Iron Fist [Danny Rand]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Falcon [Sam Wilson]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Dr. Strange

Indexer Notes

End papers include assorted comics panels.

Spider-Man versus the Sinister Six (Table of Contents: 3)

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Pencils
Alex Ross (credited) (painting)
Inks
Alex Ross (credited) (painting)
Colors
Alex Ross (credited) (painting)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Sinister Six [Mysterio; Doctor Octopus [Otto Octavius]; Kraven the Hunter; Vulture; Sandman; Electro]

Indexer Notes

Index accompanies a painted image by Alex Ross. The index has incorrect page numbers.

The 1930s and 1940s (Table of Contents: 4)

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Jack Kirby ? (credited); Alex Schomburg ?
Inks
Alex Schomburg ?
Colors
?

Characters
Human Torch [Jim Hammond]
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Indexer Notes

Pencils: Although credited to Jack Kirby in this book, the GCD credits the pencils and inks to Alex Schomburg.

When It All Began (Table of Contents: 5)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Frank Paul (credited) (illustration); Jack Kirby (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Inks
Frank Paul (credited) (illustration); Joe Simon (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Synopsis
Martin Goodman launches Timely Publications.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include image of Captain America and Bucky from Captain America Comics #1 by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, full-page reprints of the covers of Captain America Comics #1 and Marvel Comics #1, and two quarter-page covers of Timely Publications pulp magazines.

A Timely Start (Table of Contents: 6)

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Script
Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Alex Schomburg (credited) (illustration); Jack Kirby (credited) (illustrations); Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Alex Schomburg (credited) (illustration); Joe Simon (credited) (illustration); Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Fiery Mask; Red Raven; Young Allies [Toro [Thomas Raymond]; Bucky [James Buchanan Barnes]; Knuckles; Jeff; Tubby; Whitewash]; Red Skull [Johann Schmidt]; Hitler; Human Torch [Jim Hammond]
Synopsis
Strong sales of his initial comic books cause Goodman to quickly expand the number of titles offered.
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Indexer Notes

Quarter-page images of the covers of Red Raven Comics #1 and Young Allies Comics #1 are shown with additional images including the cover of Daring Mystery Comics #1, a page from Marvel Comics #1, a pulp magazine cover, and photographs of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Super Heroes Among Us (Table of Contents: 7)

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Script
Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (credited) (illustration); Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); Alex Schomburg (credited) (illustrations); Joe Simon (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Al Liederman (credited) (illustration); Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Synopsis
Captain America, the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner become Timely's top characters.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include quarter-page images of the covers of Human Torch #2 and Sub-Mariner Comics #1 along with smaller images of panels featuring the Human Torch, Sub-Mariner, and Captain America and cover reprints from All Select Comics #1, All Winners #19, and Captain America's Weird Tales #74.

The Men Behind the Magic (Table of Contents: 8)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Bill Everett (credited, signed) (illustration); Carl Burgos (credited, signed) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Inks
Bill Everett (credited, signed) (illustration); Carl Burgos (credited, signed) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Synopsis
Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Carl Burgos and Bill Everett are profiled.

Indexer Notes

Chapter includes a photograph of Jack Kirby, an illustration of Simon and Kirby at work from FOOM #8, and a page from Marvel Mystery Comics #8 by Everett and Burgos.

Outside Influences (Table of Contents: 9)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Alex Schomburg (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Alex Schomburg (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Human Torch [Jim Hammond]; Toro [Thomas Raymond]; Angel [Thomas Halliway]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Bucky [James Buchanan Barnes]; Black Marvel; Sub-Mariner
Synopsis
A brief recap of the status of the industry as the decade closes includes a review of the Captain America serial.

Indexer Notes

Includes a reprint of the cover for All Winners Comics #1, a photograph of a Captain America Sentinels of Liberty badge, and a full-page reprint of a house ad from Marvel Mystery Comics #34.

The 1950s (Table of Contents: 10)

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Pencils
Russ Heath (credited) (signed as Russ Heath)
Inks
Russ Heath (credited) (signed as Russ Heath)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited)
Letters
typeset

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Indexer Notes

Colors: Goldberg is credited for unspecified work in the book, but the GCD entry for Journey into Mystery #1 https://www.comics.org/issue/9716/#87055 indicates he stated it is for colors.

New Threats (Table of Contents: 11)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Joe Maneely (credited) (signed as Joe Maneely) (illustrations)
Inks
Joe Maneely (credited) (signed as Joe Maneely) (illustrations)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited) (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Synopsis
As Timely becomes Atlas, the comics shift from super heroes to other genres.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations are a quarter-page reprint the cover of 2-Gun Western #4 and a full-page reprint of the cover of Astonishing #30.

Models, Monsters, and Black Knights (Table of Contents: 12)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Stan Goldberg ? (credited) (illustration); Carl Burgos (credited) (illustration); Joe Maneely (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Stan Goldberg ? (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Millie the Model; Black Knight [Sir Percy of Scandia]
Synopsis
As the popularity of super heroes declined, horror, sci-fi, and other genres grew in popularity.

Indexer Notes

The illustrations include 2.375 inches x 3.625 inches reprints of the covers of Millie the Model #1, Strange Tales #1, Black Knight #5, as well as an advertisement from 1951.

The cover of Millie the Model #1 is credited in the book to Stan Goldberg but to Mike Sekowsky and Ruth Atkinson in the GCD .

Cap, Commie Smasher (Table of Contents: 13)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Russ Heath ? (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (signed as JOHN ROMITA) (illustration)
Inks
Russ Heath (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Sub-Mariner; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Bucky [James Buchanan Barnes]
Synopsis
The super heroes are revived for a brief period as anti-communist fighters. Most successful is Sub-Mariner, whose comic revival lasted for ten issues and was in development to became a television series.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a quarter-page reprint of the cover of Sub-Mariner #35 and a full-page reprint of the cover of Captain America #78.

In the book, Russ Heath is credited as the artist for the cover of Sub-Mariner #35, but the GCD attributed it to Sol Brodsky in 2009.

A Fallen Star (Table of Contents: 14)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Steve Ditko (credited) (signed as Steve Ditko) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Steve Ditko (credited) (signed as Steve Ditko) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Synopsis
The renamed Atlas Comics saw falling sales in the late 1950s despite a roster of artists that included Jack, Kirby, Steve Ditko, Bill Everett, and Joe Maneely. Maneely was killed in an accident in 1958.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a self portrait by Steve Ditko, a photograph of Joe Maneely, the Atlas Comics logo, a panel featuring Thor, a drawing of the Rawhide Kid, and .75 inches x 1 inch cover reprints of Captain America's Weird Tales #75 and Human Torch #36.

U.S. vs. The Comics Industry (Table of Contents: 15)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Steve Ditko (credited) (signed as S. Ditko) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Inks
Steve Ditko (credited) (signed as S. Ditko) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Letters
Artie Simek (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Synopsis
Fredric Wertham's claims that reading comic books out children at risk of becoming criminals leads to a Senate seat investigation and the creation of the Comics Code Authority.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include cover reprints of Tales to Astonish #2, Tales of Suspense #1, and panels from Journey into Mystery #52 and #54.

The 1960s (Table of Contents: 16)

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Pencils
Jim Steranko (credited) (signed as Steranko) (illustration); Marie Severin (illustration)
Inks
Jim Steranko (credited) (signed as Steranko) (illustration); Marie Severin (illustration)
Colors
Jim Steranko (credited) (signed as Steranko) (illustration)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Hulk [Bruce Banner]
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The Coming of the Marvel Age (Table of Contents: 17)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (credited) (illustrations); John Buscema (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Dick Ayers ? (credited) (illustrations); Bill Everett (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
Joe Rosen (credited as Joe Roseqn) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Synopsis
Stan Lee was ready to leave the industry, but then Martin Goodman asked him to create a comic featuring a team of super-heroes.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: the pin-up from Avengers Annual #2 by John Buscema, Bill Everett and Joe Rosen; a 2.5 inches x 4 inches reprint of the cover of Fantastic Four #1 by Jack Kirby; a 2.5 inches x 4 inches cover reprint of Journey Into Mystery #69; and, a 1966 house ad for Marvel Super-Heroes cartoons.

Although credited in the book to Dick Ayers, the GCD indicates that he said he did not ink the cover of Fantastic Four #1. Ayers is credited as inking Kirby's pencils on the cover of Journey Into Mystery #69 by the GCD, but neither he nor Kirby are credited in the book. The name of Joe Rosen is misspelled as "Joe Roseqn" in the book credits for the pin-up from Avengers Annual #2.

The Marvel Super Heroes Have Arrived (Table of Contents: 18)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (credited) (illustrations); Steve Ditko (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Inks
George Roussos (credited) (illustration); Paul Reinman (credited) (illustration); Joe Sinnott (credited) (illustration); Steve Ditko (credited) (illustrations); Dick Ayers (credited) (illustration); George Klein (credited) (illustration); Christopher Rule (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Letters
Artie Simek (credited) (illustrations); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic; Invisible Girl; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Thing]; Avengers [Iron Man; Hulk; Ant-Man [Hank Pym];Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Thor]; Loki
Synopsis
The Marvel Comics line of super-heroes expands rapidly.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: quarter-page cover reprints of Incredible Hulk #1, Journey into Mystery #83 and Avengers #1; a full-page reprint of the cover of Amazing Fantasy #15; panels from Incredible Hulk #1, Amazing Fantasy #15 and Fantastic Four #1; and 1 inch x 1.375 inches reprints of the coves of The Incredible Hulk #1, Journey into Mystery #83, Fantastic Four #5, and Tales to Astonish #27.

Flaws and All (Table of Contents: 19)

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Script
Stan Lee (credited) (illustrations); Larry Lieber (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (credited) (illustrations); Steve Ditko (credited) (illustration); Don Heck (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
George Klein (credited) (illustration); Christopher Rule (credited) (illustration); Vince Colletta (credited) (illustration); Steve Ditko (credited) (illustration); Jack Kirby (credited) (illustration); Don Heck (credited) (illustration); Dick Ayers (credited) (illustration); George Roussos (credited) (illustration); Sol Brodsky (credited) (illustration); Joe Sinnott (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration)
Letters
Artie Simek (credited as Art Simek) (illustration); Artie Simek (credited) (illustrations); ? (illustration); typeset

Synopsis
Marvel's formula for flawed heroes brings success.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: panels from Fantastic Four #1 and #48, Fantastic Four Annual #3, Tales of Suspense #39 and #40, and Avengers #4; photographs of Joe Sinnott and Jack Kirby; quarter-page cover reprints of Tales to Astonish #59 and #44, Avengers #11 and X-Men #1; and 1 inch x 1.375 inches reprints of the covers of Tales of Suspense #39 and #59, Sgt. Fury #1, Strange Tales #110, X-Men #1 and #10, Daredevil #1, Fantastic Four Annual #3, Fantastic Four #45, #52, and #66, Amazing Spider-Man #38, Marvel Super-Heroes #12, Captain America #100, Spectacular Spider-Man #1, and Avengers #4 and #57.

The Merry Marvel Bullpen (Table of Contents: 20)

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Script
Gerry Conway (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); Marie Severin (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Inks
Joe Sinnott (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); Marie Severin (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited) (illustrations)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic; Invisible Girl; Thing; Johnny Storm]; Silver Surfer; Spider-Man [also as Peter Parker]; J. Jonah Jameson; Stan Lee; Steve Ditko; John Romita; Gerry Conaway, Ross Andru
Synopsis
As Marvel's comics grew in popularity, the creators became known as well.
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Indexer Notes

Includes full-page cover reprints of Fantastic Four #50 and Amazing Spider-Man #50, a panel from Marvel Treasury Edition #1, and photographs of Stan Lee, John Romita, Marty Goodman, Johnny Hayes, Dick Ayers, Solly Brodsky, Vince Colletta, Stan Goldberg, Al Hartley, Don Heck, Jack Keller, Jack Kirby, Larry Lieber, Joe Orlando, Paul Reinman, Sam Rosen, Artie Simek, Chic Stone, Flo Steinberg, Nancy Murphy, Debby Ackerman, Marie Severin, Roy Thomas (as Spider-Man), and Gene Colan.

The Spirit of the 1960s (Table of Contents: 21)

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Script
Stan Lee (credited) (illustration); Roy Thomas (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Larry Lieber (credited) (illustration); Jack Kirby (credited) (illustration); Gene Colan (credited) (illustration); John Buscema (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Inks
Larry Lieber (credited) (illustration); Joe Sinnott (credited) (illustration); Tom Palmer (credited) (illustration); George Roussos (credited as George Bell) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
Artie Simek (credited) (illustration); Sam Rosen (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration); typeset

Characters
John F. Kennedy; Caroline Kennedy; Fantastic Four [Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Invisible Girl; Mr. Fantastic; Thing]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Dr. Strange; Clea; Tom Wolfe; Red Guardian; Avengers [Scarlet Witch; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Hank Pym]; Wasp [Janet Can Dyne]; Quicksilver; Hercules; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]]
Synopsis
Marvel reflected the changing times in its comics and grew through interaction with its fans.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include panels from Journey into Mystery #96, a full-page reprint of the cover of Fantastic Four #52, a full-page reprint of a page from Doctor Strange #180, a quarter-page cover reprint of Avengers #43, a Stan's Soapbox column, and a photograph of a Mighty Marvel Marching Society fan club kit.

The 1970s (Table of Contents: 22)

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Pencils
John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.)
Inks
John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Chameleon; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]
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An Era of Imagination and Innovation (Table of Contents: 23)

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Script
Roy Thomas (credited) (illustrations); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Barry Windsor-Smith (credited as Barry Smith) (illustrations); John Buscema (credited) (illustrations); Frank Miller (credited) (illustration); Herb Trimpe (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Barry Windsor-Smith (credited as Barry Smith) (illustration); Neal Adams (credited) (illustration); Dick Giordano (credited) (illustration); Crusty Bunkers (credited) (illustration); Larry Hama (credited) (illustration); Ralph Reese (credited) (illustration); Tom Palmer (credited) (illustration); Klaus Janson (credited) (illustration); John Romita (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Glynis Oliver (credited as Glynis Wein) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Letters
Jean Simek (credited as Jean Izzo) (illustration); John Costanza (credited) (illustration); Herb Cooper (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Starr the Slayer; Conan; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Green Goblin [Norman Osborn]; Roy Thomas; Jeanie Thomas; Avengers [Black Panther [T'Challa]; Goliath [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver; Vision]; Bullseye; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]; Wendigo
Synopsis
The seventies were a period of growth and change for Marvel, now part of Cadence Industries.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: panels from Chamber of Darkness #4, Conan the Barbarian #44, and Avengers #83; photographs of John Buscema and Roy Thomas; a full-page reprint of the cover of Conan the Barbarian #1; 2.375 inches x 3.75 inches cover reprints of Amazing Spider-Man #96-98; a 2.25 inches x 3.3125 inches reprint of Incredible Hulk #181; and a partial cover reprint of Daredevil #161.

Marvel's Mighty Mutant Revolution (Table of Contents: 24)

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Script
Gerry Conway (credited) (illustration); Len Wein (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Gil Kane (credited) (illustrations); Herb Trimpe (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Dave Cockrum (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); Tony Mortellaro (credited) (illustration); Jack Abel (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Dave Hunt (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Artie Simek (credited) (illustrations); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
X-Men [Beast; Angel [Warren Worthington III]; Cyclops; Iceman; Marvel Girl [Jean Grey]; Nightcrawler; Thunderbird [John Proudstar]; Collosus; Storm; Wolverine]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Gwen Stacy; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Wendigo; Luke Skywalker; Darth Vader; Obi-wan Kenobi; Princess Leia Organa
Synopsis
When ownership wanted to broaden its sales base internationally, Marvel revived the X-Men as an international supergroup.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: half-page reprint of the cover of Giant-Size X-Men #1; half-page reprint of the last story page is Amazing Spider-Man #121; a 1.75 inches x 2.75 inches reprint of Star Wars #4; and, a full page reprint of the original artwork for the final page of Incredible Hulk #180.

Cosmic Adventures and Horrible Horrors (Table of Contents: 25)

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Script
Archie Goodwin (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Neal Adams (credited) (illustration); Jim Starlin (credited) (illustration); George Tuska (credited) (illustration); Gil Kane (credited) (illustration); Ron Wilson (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Neal Adams (credited) (illustration); Joe Rubinstein (credited) (illustration); Billy Graham (credited) (illustration); Joe Sinnott (credited) (illustration); Mike Esposito (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Petra Goldberg (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Skip Kohloff (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Thing; Thanos; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Dracula; Luke Cage; Shang Chi; Ghost Rider [Johnny Blaze]
Synopsis
The revisions to the rules of the Comics Code Authority led to the development of new horror titles. Other additions to Marvel's line include space-themed, martial arts, and comics starring Black heroes.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: panels from Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2, Invincible Iron Man #55, and an unknown issue of Tomb of Dracula; a full-page interior page reprint from Hero For Hire #1, 2.375 inches x 3.75 inches cover reprints of Tomb of Dracula #1, Ghost Rider #1, and Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #1; and small reprints of the covers of Conan the Barbarian #2, Amazing Spider-Man #98, #121 and #129, and Giant-Size X-Men #1.

All the Man's Men (Table of Contents: 26)

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Script
Stan Lee (credited) (signed as Stan Lee) (illustration); Jack Kirby (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (signed as JOHN ROMITA) (illustration); Marie Severin (credited) (illustration); Jack Kirby (credited) (illustrations); John Byrne (credited) (signed as Jack Byrne) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Marie Severin (credited) (illustration); Mike Royer (credited) (illustration); John Verpoorten (credited) (illustration); Joe Sinnott (credited) (signed as Joe Sinnott) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Glynis Oliver (credited as Glynis Wein) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Jack Kirby
Synopsis
Sal Buscema, John Byrne, and Frank Miller rise in prominence at Marvel in the seventies. Jack Kirby returns to Marvel and is given the freedom to write, draw, and edit his own work.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: photographs of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Jim Shooter; a full-size reprint of a page from Eternals #11; a panel reprint from The Amazing Spider-Man comic strip; half-page reprints of art from the covers of FOOM #11 and #16; a 2 inches x 3.25 inches reprint of the cover of Black Panther #1; and, a 1 inches x 1.5 inches reprint of the cover of Star Wars #1.

From Street Crime to Watergate (Table of Contents: 27)

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Script
Steve Englehart (credited) (illustration); Gerry Conway (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation); Bruce Cardozo (illustration)
Pencils
Sal Buscema (credited) (illustration); Ross Andru (credited) (illustration); Gil Kane (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Inks
Vince Colletta (credited) (illustration); Frank Giacoia (credited) (illustration); Dick Giordano (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Colors
Linda Lessmann (credited) (illustration); Dave Hunt (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Letters
Artie Simek (credited) (illustration); John Costanza (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Spider-Man [Peter Parker] (also photo of Joe Ellison); Punisher; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Nick Fury; Spider-Woman [Jessica Drew]; J. Jonah Jameson (photo of Andrew Pastorio)
Synopsis
In the 1970s, Marvel's stories reflected the political and civil turmoil of the times. Stan Lee, no longer writing and editing, worked to increase the presence of the Marvel characters in television and movies.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: panels from Amazing Spider-Man #129 and Captain America #176; a full-size reprint of the cover of Marvel Spotlight #32; a photograph of Gerry Conway; a reprint of an article from FOOM #4 about a student film based on Amazing Spider-Man #15; a photograph of MEGO action figures of the Fantastic Four.

The 1980s (Table of Contents: 28)

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Pencils
Frank Miller (credited)
Inks
Joe Rubinstein (credited as Joe Rubenstein)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]
Reprints

Secret Wars and New Worlds (Table of Contents: 29)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Luke McDonnell (credited) (illustration); Ron Frenz (credited) (signed as Frenz) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Steve Mitchell (credited) (illustration); Klaus Janson (credited) (signed as Janson) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Bob Sharen (credited) (illustration); Glynis Oliver (credited as Glynis Wein) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
Iron Man [James Rhodes]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]
Synopsis
With Jim Shooter as editor in chief, Marvel began publishing limited series, linewide event crossovers, and started the New Universe line of comics as a distinct imprint.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a 1.75 inches x 2.5 inches reprint of the cover of Iron Man #170, an advertisement for Epic Illustrated's The Last Galactus Story, and a full-page reprint of the cover of Amazing Spider-Man #252.

Mutants, Ninjas, and Big Events (Table of Contents: 30)

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Script
Jim Shooter (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
John Byrne (credited) (illustration); Frank Miller (credited) (illustration); John Romita Jr. (credited) (illustration); David Mazzucchelli (credited) (illustration); Mike Zeck (credited) (illustrations); Barry Windsor-Smith (credited) (illustration); John Buscema (credited) (illustration); June Brigman (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Terry Austin (credited) (illustration); Klaus Janson (credited) (illustration); Bob Layton (credited) (illustration); David Mazzucchelli (credited) (illustration); John Beatty (credited) (illustration); Jack Abel (credited) (illustration); Mike Esposito (credited) (illustration); Barry Windsor-Smith (credited) (illustration); John Buscema (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Glynis Oliver (credited as Glynis Wein) (illustration); Christie Scheele (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
X-Men [Cyclops; Phoenix [Jean Grey]; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]; Storm; Colossus; Nightcrawler]; Elektra; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; She-Hulk [Jennifer Walters]; Captain America Steve Rogers]; Cloak; Dagger; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Crystar; Iron Man [James Rhodes]; Beta Ray Bill; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Rogue; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Thing; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Mr. Fantastic; Machine Man; Spider-Ham
Synopsis
Chris Claremont and John Byrne establish the X-Men as a top title for Marvel while Frank Miller revitalizes Daredevil.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: full-size reprint of the covers of X-Men #137 and Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1; one-third page reprints of the covers of Daredevil #179 and Marvel Super Heroes Contest of Champions #1; a two-thirds of a page reprint of part of the cover of Daredevil: Born Again trade paperback; a photograph of Chris Claremont; panels from Marvel Fumetti Book #1 and Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #8; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprint of the covers of Savage She-Hulk #1, Captain America #250, Daredevil #168, Avengers Annual #10, Spectacular Spider-Man #64, Marvel Age #1, Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1, Power Pack #1, Machine Man (1984 series) #1, Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham #15, and Heroes for Hope Starting the X-Men; and, panels featuring Iron Man [James Rhodes] and Beta Ray Bill from unidentified issues.

Marvelous Women (Table of Contents: 31)

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Script
Roger Stern (credited) (illustration); David Michelinie (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
John Buscema (credited) (illustration); John Romita Jr. (credited) (illustration); Todd McFarlane (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
John Buscema (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Stan Goldberg (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Jim Novak (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
She-Hulk [Jennifer Walters]; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Venom [Eddie Brock]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Betty Ross; Peter Parker; Mary Jane Watson; Iron Man
Synopsis
The 1980s saw the development of stronger female protagonists and big changes for Spider-Man.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a partial reprint of the cover of Savage She-Hulk #1; panels from Amazing Spider-Man #300 and Amazing Spider-Man Annual #16; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprints of the covers of Incredible Hulk #319, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #23, and Iron Man #225.

In a Class by Themselves (Table of Contents: 32)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Bill Sienkiewicz (credited) (painting) (illustration); John Byrne (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
John Byrne (credited) (illustration); Bill Sienkiewicz (credited) (painting) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Bill Sienkiewicz (credited) (painting) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
New Mutants [Magma; Sunspot; Cannonball; Wolfsbane]; John Byrne; Alpha Flight [Shaman; Guardian [James Hudson]; Aurora; Northstar; Marina; Puck; Snowbird; Sasquach]; Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic; Invisible Woman; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Thing]; Avengers [Thor [Thor Odinson]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; She-Hulk [Jennifer Walters]; Iron Man; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Wonder Man; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Man-Thing; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Silver Surfer; X-Men [Beast; Storm; Kitty Pryde; Cyclops; Nightcrawler]; Power Man [Luke Cage]; Iron Fist [Danny Rand]; Dr. Strange; Champions [Ghost Rider [Johnny Blaze]; Angel; Iceman; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Hercules]
Synopsis
New artist and writers including Mark Gruenwald, Ann Nocenti, Bill Sienkiewicz, and John Byrne make their mark.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: a panel from Marvel Fumetti Book #1; an illustration of John Byrne surrounded by characters he has worked on; the painting (cropped at the top) for the cover of New Mutants #19; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches cover reprints of Avengers Annual #17 and Avengers Spotlight #26.

Mighty Media on the Move (Table of Contents: 33)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Stephanie Hans (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Inks
Stephanie Hans (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Colors
? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Spider-Woman [Jessica Drew] (photo); Spider-Man [Peter Parker] (photo); Green Goblin (photo); Captain America [Steve Rogers] (photo, also photo of action figure); Firestar; Iron Man (photo of action figure); Daredevil [Matt Murdock] (photo of action figure); Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan] (photo of action figure); Falcon [Sam Wilson] (photo of action figure)
Synopsis
Marvel makes inroads in other media as its characters are featured on television, in movies, and as action figures.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: photograph of Lee Gunther, David DePatie, Jim Dalton and Stan Lee with actors dressed as Spider-Woman, Spider-Man, Green Goblin and Captain America; a photograph of Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars action figures; and an image of Firestar from the cover of Firestar (2010 series) #1.

The 1990s (Table of Contents: 34)

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Pencils
Alex Ross (credited) (painting)
Inks
Alex Ross (credited) (painting)
Colors
Alex Ross (credited) (painting)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Giant-Man [Hank Pym]
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A Giant Step Forward (Table of Contents: 35)

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Script
Pat Mills (credited) (illustration); Tony Skinner (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Sal Buscema (credited) (illustration); Jim Lee (credited) (signed as Lee) (illustration); Tom Morgan (credited) (illustration); Rob Liefeld (credited) (illustration); Adam Kubert (credited) (illustration); Rick Leonardi (signed as Leonardi) (illustration)
Inks
Rob Liefeld (credited) (signed as Liefeld) (illustration); Bill Sienkiewicz (credited) (illustration); Scott Williams (credited) (signed as SW) (illustration); Jimmy Palmiotti (credited as Jim Palmiotti) (illustration); Hilary Barta (credited) (illustration); Adam Kubert (credited) (illustration); Al Williamson (signed as Williamson) (illustration)
Colors
Ian Laughlin (credited) (illustration); Brad Vancata (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Phil Felix (credited) (illustration); Loretta Krol (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
X-Force [Cable; Feral; Boomer]; Scarlet Spider; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; X-Men [Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]; Jubilee; Gambit; Psylocke; Professor X; Jean Grey; Cyclops; Beast; Rogue; Storm]; Spider-Man 2099; Punisher 2099; Ravage; Doom 2099; Onslaught
Synopsis
The early 1990s saw dramatic growth in sales, titles published, and the size of the company itself as Marvel became listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: 2.5 inches x 4 inches cover reprints of X-Force #1, Uncanny X-Men #277, and X-Men: Onslaught #1; a half-page cropped reprint of the cover of Spider-Man: Clone Saga Omnibus Volume 2; a promotion for the animated X-Men series; panels from Punisher 2099 #13 and New Mutants #24; and a 1.75 inches x 2.25 inches reprint of the cover of Spider-Man 2099 #1.

Infinite Battles (Table of Contents: 36)

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Script
Scott Lobdell (credited) (illustration); Kevin Smith (credited) (illustration); J. M. DeMatteis (credited) (illustration); Todd DeZago (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Joe Quesada (credited) (illustrations); Brandon Peterson (credited) (illustration); George Pérez (credited) (illustration); John Byrne (credited) (illustration); Todd McFarlane (credited) (illustration); Alex Ross (painting) (illustration); Whilce Portacio (credited) (illustration); Mark Bagley (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Al Milgrom (credited) (illustrations); Dan Green (credited) (illustration); Dan Panosian (credited) (illustration); George Pérez (credited) (illustration); Alex Ross (painting) (illustration); Jimmy Palmiotti (credited) (illustration); Scott Williams (credited) (illustration); Larry Mahlstedt (credited) (illustration); Randy Emberlin (credited) (illustration); Joe Rubinstein (credited as Josef Rubinstein) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Steve Buccellato (credited) (illustration); Glynis Oliver (credited) (illustration); Tom Smith (credited) (illustration); Alex Ross (painting) (illustration); Dan Kemp (credited) (illustration); Bob Sharen (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Chris Eliopoulos (credited) (illustration); Liz Agraphiotis (credited) (illustration); Bill Oakley (credited) (illustration); typeset; ? (illustration)

Characters
X-Factor [Havok; Polaris; Wolfsbane; Multiple Man; Quicksilver; Strong Guy; Random; Val Cooper]; Acolytes [Fabian Cortez; Amelia Voght; Senyaka; Frenzy; Kleinstock; Spoor]; Professor X; Moira MacTaggert; Angel [Warren Worthington III]; Thanos; Ghost Rider [Dan Ketch]; Cable; Avengers [Crystal; Spider-Woman [Julia Carpenter]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Darkhawk; Quasar [Wendell Vaugn]; Binary [Carol Danvers]; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Falcon [Sam Wilson]; Firebird; Hercules; Living Lightning; Moondragon; Photon [Monica Rambeau]; Rage; Sandman; Sersi; She-Hulk [Jennifer Walters]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Starfox; Swordsman [Philip Javert]; Stingray; Namor; Tigra; USAgent; Vision; D-Man; Rick Jones; Magdalene; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Machine Man; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Giant-Man [Hank Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver; Scarlet Witch; Beast]
Synopsis
The 1990s saw the rise of long event storylines such as the Clone Saga, Maximum Carnage, and The Crossing.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: one-half page reprints of the covers of X-Factor #92 and Avengers (1998 series) #1; a three-quarters page reprint of a page from Uncanny X-Men #300; a one-third page reprint of the cover of Marvel #2; a one-time page reprint of a page from Amazing Spider-Man #404; a quarter page reprint of a panel from Daredevil (1998 series) #2; 1.75 inches x2.5 inches cover reprints of Infinity Gauntlet #1 and Iron Man(1996 series) #1; a 2.25 inches x 3.25 inches Age of Apocalypse promotion; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprints of the covers of New Mutants #87, Jamie #1, Ghost Rider (1990 series) #1, Spider-Man #1, Alpha Flight #106, Amazing Spider-Man #361, Spider-Man 2099 #1, and Spectacular Spider-Man #200.

The Old and the New (Table of Contents: 37)

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Script
Kurt Busiek (credited) (illustration); Tom DeFalco (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Mark Bagley (credited) (illustrations); Alex Ross (painting) (illustration); Ron Frenz (credited) (illustration); Rob Liefeld (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Vince Russell (credited) (illustration); Alex Ross (painting) (illustration); Rob Liefeld (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Joe Rosas (credited) (illustration); Alex Ross (painting) (illustration); Matt Webb (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Comicraft (credited) (illustration); Dave Lanphear (credited) (illustration); Oscar Gongora (credited) (illustration); Chris Eliopoulos (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Fixer (also as Techno); Beetle (also as Mach-1); Screaming Mimi (also as Songbird); Goliath (also as Atlas); Moonstone [Karla Sofen] (also as Meteorite); Citizen V [Helmut Zemo]; Scarlet Witch; Human Torch [Jim Hammond]; Scarlet Spider; Spider-Girl; Elektra; Deadpool; Gideon; Domino; Cable; New Mutants [Cannonball; Boom Boom; Sunspot]
Synopsis
The 1990s saw the creation of new characters such as Darkhawk, Deadpool, and Spider-Girl. One of the biggest surprises, though, was the successful revamp of old characters as The Thunderbolts, a team of established villains in the guise of new heroes.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: panels from Thunderbolts #1 and What If? #7; one-third page reprints of Thunderbolts #1 and New Mutants #98; a 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprint of an interior page from an issue of West Coast Avengers; a photograph of Jack Kirby; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprints of the covers of Marvel #1, Web of Spider-Man #118, Amazing Spider-Man #400, Heroes Reborn ½, Elektra (1996 series) #1, and Heroes Reborn: the Return #1.

Young Masters (Table of Contents: 38)

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Script
Todd McFarlane (credited) (illustration); John Byrne (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Todd McFarlane (credited) (illustration); Jim Lee (credited) (illustration); Rob Liefeld (credited) (illustration); Joe Quesada (credited) (illustration); John Byrne (credited) (illustration); George Pérez (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Todd McFarlane (credited) (illustration); Rob Liefeld (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Mary Jane Watson-Parker; X-Men [Cannonball; Rogue; Iceman; Lockheed; Captain Britain [Brian Braddock]; Warpath; Colossus; Archangel; Strong Guy; Cable; Multiple Man; Havok: Polaris; Storm; Cyclops; Jean Grey; Phoenix [Rachel Summers]; Domino; Professor X; Gambit; Psylocke; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]; Nightcrawler; Shatterstar; Wolfsbane; Feral; Beast]; X-Force [Cable; Cannonball; Shatterstar; Domino; Feral; Boomer; Warpath]; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Punisher; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Mr. Fantastic; Avengers [Crystal; Spider-Woman [Julia Carpenter]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Darkhawk; Quasar [Wendell Vaugn]; Binary [Carol Danvers]; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Falcon [Sam Wilson]; Firebird; Hercules; Living Lightning; Moondragon; Photon [Monica Rambeau]; Rage; Sandman; Sersi; She-Hulk [Jennifer Walters]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Starfox; Swordsman [Philip Javert]; Stingray; Namor; Tigra; USAgent; Vision; D-Man; Rick Jones; Magdalene; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Machine Man; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Giant-Man [Hank Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver; Scarlet Witch; Beast]; Black Bolt
Synopsis
A new wave of artists, including Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, Erik Larsen and Marc Silvestri, draw attention to Marvel.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: a panel from Spider-Man #1; a photograph of Rob Liefeld; a poster; promotional art for the anniversary of the Marvel Knights line; a 4 inches x 2.75 inches reprint of the cover of X-Force #1; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprints of the covers of Daredevil (1997 series) #1, Avengers (1998 series) #1, Spider-Man: Chapter One #1, and Inhumans (1999 series) #5.

A New Millennium Awaits (Table of Contents: 39)

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Script
Peter David (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jim Lee (credited) (signed as JIM) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); Dale Keown (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Mark Farmer (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Glynis Oliver (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Joe Rosen (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration); typeset

Characters
X-Men [Cyclops; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Stan Lee; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Cage; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Venom [Eddie Brock]; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Crossbones; Red Skull [Johann Schmidt]; Punisher
Synopsis
While the speculator market for comic books was ending, Marvel characters were highly visible in other areas such as trading cards, cartoons and video games.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: a full-page reprint of X-Men (1991 series) #1 (cover C); a panel from Incredible Hulk #388; reprints of the fronts of assorted trading cards; the logo from the 1990s animated Spider-Man series; and, images from various video games featuring Marvel characters.

The 2000s (Table of Contents: 40)

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Pencils
John Romita Jr. (credited)
Inks
Scott Hanna (credited)
Colors
Avalon Studios (credited); Dan Kemp (credited)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]

Indexer Notes

Illustration is reprint of artwork from the interior of Amazing Spider-Man (1999 series) #36.

Out of the Darkness (Table of Contents: 41)

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Script
Garth Ennis (credited) (illustration); J. Michael Straczynski (credited) (illustration); Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Lan Medina (credited) (illustration); Joe Quesada (credited) (signed as Q UESADA) (illustrations); Alex Ross (credited) (signed as Ross) (painting); Mike Deodato (credited as Mike Deodato, Jr.) (illustration); John Romita Jr. (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Inks
Bill Reinhold (credited) (illustration); Jimmy Palmiotti (signed as PALMIOTTI) (illustration); Alex Ross (credited) (signed as Ross) (painting); Mike Deodato (credited as Mike Deodato, Jr.) (illustration); Scott Hanna (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Raúl Treviño (credited as Raul Trevino) (illustration); Dave Kemp (credited) (signed as Dave) (illustration); Alex Ross (credited) (signed as Ross) (painting); Dan Kemp (credited as Avalon Studios/Dan Kemp) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Letters
Randolph Gentile (credited as Randy Gentile) (illustration); Richard Starkings (credited) (illustration); Wes Abbott (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Punisher [Frank Castle]; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Shang Shi; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Dagger; Sentry; Scarlet Witch; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]
Synopsis
Marvel responds to the attack of September 11, 2001.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include: photographs of Joe Quesada and Brian Bendis; quarter-page cover reprints of the covers of Marvel Knights (2000 series) #1, A Moment of Silence #1, and Heroes #1; a half-page reprint of the variant cover of House of M #1; a full-size reprint of an interior page from Amazing Spider-Man #36; a quarter-page reprint of an interior page from Heroes #1; a reprint of a panel from Punisher #44; and 1 inch x 1.5 inches reprints of the covers of the Marvel Knights Punisher #1, Sentry #1, Ultimate Spider-Man #1, New X-Men #114,Alias #1, Amazing Spider-Man #36, Ultimates #1, Origin #1, Captain America (2002 series) #1, Runaways (2003 series) #1, NYC #1, and 1602 #1.

Noir and Four-color Print (Table of Contents: 42)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Jeph Loeb (credited) (illustration); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Mark Bagley (credited) (illustration); Clayton Henry (credited) (illustration); Bryan Hitch (credited) (illustration); Leinil Francis Yu (credited as Leinil Yu) (illustration); José Ladrönn (credited) (signed as Ladrönn) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Art Thibert (credited) (illustration); Clayton Henry (credited) (illustration); Paul Mounts (credited) (illustration); Bryan Hitch (credited) (illustration); Leinil Francis Yu (credited as Leinil Yu) (illustration); José Ladrönn (credited) (signed as Ladrönn) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Jung Choi (credited as JC) (illustration); Dave McCaig (credited) (illustration); José Ladrönn (credited) (signed as Ladrönn) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Albert Deschesne (credited) (illustration); Richard Starkings (credited) (illustration); Comicraft (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Spider-Man (Earth-1610) [Peter Parker]; Mary Jane Watson (Earth-1610); Fantastic Five; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Captain America (Earth-1610); Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Storm; Thor [Thor Odinson]
Synopsis
The Ultimate universe line of comics begins. I'm the main Marvel continuity, notable storylines include Civil War, the death of Captain America, Planet Hulk, and One More Day.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a two-thirds page reproduction of art from the cover of Fantastic Five #1, a one-third page reprint of the cover of Incredible Hulk (2000 series) #92, panels from Ultimate Spider-Man (2000 series) #13 and The Ultimates (2002 series) #1, and 1 in. x 1.5 in.cover reprints of Astonishing X-Men #1, Avengers #500, Iron Man (2005 series) #1, House of M #1, Civil War #1, Captain America (2005 series) #25; Thor (2007 series) #1; Annihilation: Conquest #1 and a 2 in. x 1.5 in. reprint of the cover of Black Panther (2005 series) #18.

New Avengers, New Heroes (Table of Contents: 43)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jamie McKelvie (credited) (illustration); Adrian Alphona (credited) (signed as Adrian) (illustration); Steve Epting (signed as Epting); ? (illustration)
Inks
Jamie McKelvie (credited) (illustration); David Newbold (signed as Newbold) (illustration); Steve Epting (signed as Epting) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Brian Reber (signed as BR) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Young Avengers [Hulkling; Wiccan; Prodigy; Hawkeye [Kate Bishop]; America; Marvel Boy [Noh-Var]]; Runaways [Alex Wilder; Nico Minoru; Karolina Dean; Chase Stein; Gertrude Yorkes; Molly Hayes]; Captain America [James Buchanan Barnes]; Thor [Thor Odinson]; the Cabal [Norman Osborn; Emma Frost; Doctor Doom; Namor; the Hood; Loki]
Synopsis
New Avengers, Runaways, Young Avengers and Sentry are released to acclaim.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include art from the cover of the Runaways Volume 1 hardcover and Young Avengers (2013 series) #13 and 1 in. x 1.5 in. cover reprints of Captain America (2005 series) #34 (direct), Secret Invasion #8, and Secret Invasion: Dark Reign #1.

The Age of the Writers (Table of Contents: 44)

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Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Bryan Hitch (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph)
Inks
? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Dr. Doom; Mr. Fantastic; Galactus
Synopsis
Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Millar and Neil Gaiman were among the writers bringing a new focus to Marvel.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include photographs of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Millar and the artwork for the cover of Fantastic Four #560.

Into the Future (Table of Contents: 45)

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Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Philip Bond (credited) (illustration); Tim Bradstreet (credited) (illustration); Olivier Coipel (credited) (illustration)
Inks
Philip Bond (credited) (illustration); Olivier Coipel (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
? (illustration)
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Edie Sawyer; Punisher; Spider-Man [Peter]; Stan Lee
Synopsis
Marvel leaves the Comics Code Authority and adopts its own rating system while producing comics aimed at a wider audience.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a quarter-page reprint of the cover for X-Statix #10, a full-size reprint of the cover to Stan Lee Meets Spider-Man #1, and an image cropped from the cover of The Punished MAX Volume 2: Kitchen Irish.

The 2010s (Table of Contents: 46)

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Pencils
Leinil Francis Yu (credited as Leneil Francis Yu)
Inks
Leinil Francis Yu (credited as Leneil Francis Yu)
Colors
Sunny Gho (credited)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Kitty Pryde; Rogue; Colossus; Storm; Nightcrawler; Dark Phoenix [Jean Grey]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Individual credits for pencils, inks and colors are not specified in the book but are given in the entry for the original printing of the cover in the GCD. The name of Leinil Francis Yu is misspelled as "Leneil Francis Yu" in the book.

New Horizons (Table of Contents: 47)

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Script
Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Jamie McKelvie (credited) (illustration); Mike Perkins (credited) (illustration); Siya Oum (credited) (illustration); Amy Reeder (credited) (illustration); Joe Quesada (credited) (illustration); Steve Epting (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Matthew Wilson (credited as Matt Wilson) (illustration); Mike Perkins (credited) (illustration); Andrew Hennessy (credited) (illustration); Siya Oum (credited) (illustration); Amy Reeder (credited) (illustration); Joe Quesada (credited) (illustration); Steve Epting (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Andy Troy (credited) (illustration); Jim Charalampidis (credited) (illustration); Rachelle Rosenberg (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Letters
Joe Caramagna (credited) (illustration); Cory Petit (credited) (illustration); Clayton Cowles (credited) (illustration); typeset

Characters
Ms. Marvel [Kamala Khan]; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]; Kyle Jinadu; Northstar; Squirrel Girl; Moon Girl; Devil Dinosaur; Fantastic Four [Invisible Woman; Mr. Fantastic; Thing; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]]
Synopsis
As Marvel characters became known worldwide, Marvel's titles underwent relaunches and new characters were introduced to reflect the more diverse readership.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include an image from the cover of M s. Marvel (2014 series) #7, an interior page from Astonishing X-Men #51, one-third page reprints of the covers to FF #1 and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2015 series) #1 (Siya Oum variant), 2 in. x 3 in. cover reprints of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 and Marvel Now! Point One (Joe Quesada variant) #1, and 1 in. x 1.5 in. reprints of the covers of Seige #1, Steve Rogers: Super Soldier #1, Fear Itself #1, The Mighty Thor (2011 series) #1, and a 2 in. x 1.5 in. reprint of the artwork for the connecting covers of Fantastic Four #601 and FF #13.

A New Age for New Readers (Table of Contents: 48)

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Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Keith Giffen (credited) (illustration); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Sujin Jo (credited) (illustration); Olivier Coipel (credited) (illustration); Andrea Di Vito (credited) (illustration); Sara Pichelli (credited) (signed as Sara Pichelli); ? (illustration)
Inks
Sujin Jo (credited) (illustration); Mark Morales (credited) (illustration); Andrea Di Vito (credited) (illustration); Sara Pichelli (credited) (signed as Sara Pichelli); ? (illustration)
Colors
Laura Martin (credited) (illustration); Laura Villari (credited) (illustration); Jason Keith (credited) (signed as Jason!); ? (illustration)
Letters
Cory Petit (credited) (illustration); typeset

Characters
Ghost-Spider; Cyclops; Professor X; Drax the Destroyer; Thanos; Spider-Man [Miles Morales]; Magneto; Daredevil [Matt Murdoch]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Iron Man [Tony Stark];X-Men [Angel; Marvel Girl; Beast; Cyclops; Iceman]; Ultron; Ghost Rider [Robbie Reyes]; Spider-Man 2099
Synopsis
Marvel released a new crossover each year, and with Secret Wars it revised its continuity, merging Ultimate Comics characters into the mainstream Marvel universe.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include art from the variant cover of Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider #1, panels from Avengers Vs. X-Men #11 and Annihilation #4, a one-third page reprint of the cover of Spider-Man (2016 series) #12 [Sara Pichelli cover], and 1 in. x 1.5 in. reprints of the covers for Vengeance #1, Daredevil (2011 series) #1, Ultimate Fallout #4, Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1, Avenging Spider-Man #1, X-Men: Schism #5, X-Men #51, Avengers Vs. X-Men #12, All-New X-Men #1, Age of Ultron #10, Ghost Rider (2014 series) #1, and Spider-Man 2099 (2014 series) #1.

All-New, All-Different (Table of Contents: 49)

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Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Stuart Immonen (credited) (illustration); Frank Cho (credited) (signed as Cho) (illustration); Julian Totino Tedesco (credited as Julian Tedesco) (painting); Alex Ross (credited) (painting); Brian Stelfreeze (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Inks
Wade Von Grawbadger (credited) (illustration); Frank Cho (credited) (signed as Cho) (illustration); Julian Totino Tedesco (credited as Julian Tedesco) (painting); Alex Ross (credited) (painting); Brian Stelfreeze (credited) (illustration); ? (illustration)
Colors
Marte Gracia (credited) (illustration); David Curiel (credited) (illustration); Julian Totino Tedesco (credited as Julian Tedesco) (painting); Alex Ross (credited) (painting); ?
Letters
? (illustration); typeset

Characters
Captain America [Sam Wilson]; Hulk [Amadeus Cho]; Daredevil [Matt Murdoch]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Black Panther [T'Challa]; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]; Spider-Woman [Gwen Stacy]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Luke Skywalker; Princess Leia; Jan Solo; Chewbacca; C3PO; R2D2; Dr. Strange; Vision; Viv Vision; Mr. Fantastic; Thor [Jane Foster]; Steve Rogers; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Maestro; Old Man Logan
Synopsis
Having diversified its characters with new heroes assuming iconic roles, Marvel brought back the original versions as well to coincide with the new heroes. Under the leadership of C. B. Cebulski, the company began relaunching series with new first issues as new creators took over.
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Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a panel from All-New Captain America #4, one-half page reprints of the covers for The Totally Awesome Hulk #1 [Frank Cho variant] and Ride of the Black Panther #1, art from the covers of Daredevil (2019 series) #1 and The Immortal Hulk #4, 1 in. x 1.5 in. cover reprints of Death of Wolverine #1, Edge of Spider-Verse #2, All-New Captain America #1, Amazing Spider-Man (2014 series) #9, Star Wars (2015 series) #1, Doctor Strange (2015 series) #1, Vision (2016 series) #1, The Totally Awesome Hulk #1, Secret Wars #9, Secret Empire #1, Old Man Logan #25, and a 1 in. x 1.5 in. reprint of a promotional image for the Avengers: Standoff event.

Architects of the Future (Table of Contents: 50)

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Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Jonathan Hickman (credited) (illustration); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
Mike Allred (credited) (illustration); Steve Epting (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph), ? (illustration)
Inks
Steve Epting (credited) (illustration); Rick Magyar (credited) (illustration); ? (photograph); ? (illustration)
Colors
Paul Mounts (illustration); ? (photograph), ? (illustration)
Letters
Clayton Cowles (credited) (illustration); typeset

Characters
Phoenix [Jean Grey]; Marvel Girl [Jean Grey]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Gamora;Eternity; Shaper of Dreams; Queen of Nevers; Galactus; Silver Surfer; Dawn Greenwood; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Stan Lee; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]
Synopsis
Comic book writers such as Dan Slott, Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Jonathan Hickman leave their marks.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include photographs of Kelly Sue DeConnick and Jonathan Hickman, a panel from Fantastic Four #600, an image from the cover of Silver Surfer Omnibus, a drawing of Stan Lee, and 1 in. x 1.5 in. cover reprints of Generations: Jean Grey / Phoenix, The Immortal Hulk #1, Infinity Wars #1, Return of Wolverine #1, and War of the Realms #1.

A New Golden Age (Table of Contents: 51)

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Marco Rizzo (credited); Steve Behling (credited) (additional text); Stan Lee (credited) (signed as Stan) (illustration); Fabio Licari; John Rugman (translation)
Pencils
David López (credited as David Lopez) (illustration); Joe Quiñones (credited as Joe Quinones) (illustration); Kadir Nelson (credited) (illustration); Jamie McKelvie (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); Salvador Larroca (credited) (illustration)
Inks
David López (credited as David Lopez) (illustration); Joe Quiñones (credited as Joe Quinones) (illustration); Kadir Nelson (credited) (illustration); Jamie McKelvie (credited) (illustration); John Romita (credited as John Romita Sr.) (illustration); Salvador Larroca (credited) (illustration)
Colors
?
Letters
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Characters
Captain Marvel [Carol Danvers]; America Chavez; Miles Morales; Stan Lee; Doctor Doom; X-Men [ Cyclops; Jean Grey; Professor X; Magneto; Wolverine [James Howlett, Logan]]; Galactus; Silver Surfer
Synopsis
Marvel stands poised at the beginning of a new golden age, but it moves forward without Stan Lee.

Indexer Notes

Illustrations include a reprint of the Stan's Soapbox column from August 1980, images from the covers of Captain Marvel (2014 series) #2 and Stan Lee Meets Doctor Doom, 2 in. x 3 in. reprints of the covers of America #1 and the young adult novel Miles Morales: Spider-Man, illustrations of Captain Marvel and Stan Lee (as Spider-Man), and 1 in. x 1.5 in. cover reprints of House of X #1 and History of the Marvel Universe #1.

The Avengers vs. Thanos (Table of Contents: 52)

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Pencils
Travis Charest (credited) (painting)
Inks
Travis Charest (credited) (painting)
Colors
Travis Charest (credited) (painting)
Letters
typeset

Characters
Avengers [Thor [Thor Odinson]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Iron M [Tony Stark];Falcon [Sam Wilson]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Vision; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Scarlet Witch; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]]; Thanos

Indexer Notes

Art credits for the two-page spreads in the book are included in the right margin.

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?
Inks
?
Letters
?

Characters
Iron Fist [Danny Rand]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Falcon [Sam Wilson]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Thor [Thor Odinson]; Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Dr. Strange

Indexer Notes

End papers include assorted comics panels.

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?
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Make Mine Marvel!
Characters
War Machine [James Rhodes]; Vision; Groot; Gamora; Rocket Raccoon; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Ant-Man; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Spider-Gwen

Indexer Notes

Back cover includes: promotional blurb; 0.75 inches x 1 inch cover reprints of Marvel Studios' The First Ten Years The Official Movie Special, Marvel Studios' Avengers: An Insider's Guide to the Avengers Films, and Marvel Studios' Black Widow The Official Movie Special; and silhouettes of various characters.

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  1. 1. ["The true story of a pop-culture phenomenon"]
  2. 2. [no title indexed]
  3. 3. Spider-Man versus the Sinister Six
  4. 4. The 1930s and 1940s
  5. 5. When It All Began
  6. 6. A Timely Start
  7. 7. Super Heroes Among Us
  8. 8. The Men Behind the Magic
  9. 9. Outside Influences
  10. 10. The 1950s
  11. 11. New Threats
  12. 12. Models, Monsters, and Black Knights
  13. 13. Cap, Commie Smasher
  14. 14. A Fallen Star
  15. 15. U.S. vs. The Comics Industry
  16. 16. The 1960s
  17. 17. The Coming of the Marvel Age
  18. 18. The Marvel Super Heroes Have Arrived
  19. 19. Flaws and All
  20. 20. The Merry Marvel Bullpen
  21. 21. The Spirit of the 1960s
  22. 22. The 1970s
  23. 23. An Era of Imagination and Innovation
  24. 24. Marvel's Mighty Mutant Revolution
  25. 25. Cosmic Adventures and Horrible Horrors
  26. 26. All the Man's Men
  27. 27. From Street Crime to Watergate
  28. 28. The 1980s
  29. 29. Secret Wars and New Worlds
  30. 30. Mutants, Ninjas, and Big Events
  31. 31. Marvelous Women
  32. 32. In a Class by Themselves
  33. 33. Mighty Media on the Move
  34. 34. The 1990s
  35. 35. A Giant Step Forward
  36. 36. Infinite Battles
  37. 37. The Old and the New
  38. 38. Young Masters
  39. 39. A New Millennium Awaits
  40. 40. The 2000s
  41. 41. Out of the Darkness
  42. 42. Noir and Four-color Print
  43. 43. New Avengers, New Heroes
  44. 44. The Age of the Writers
  45. 45. Into the Future
  46. 46. The 2010s
  47. 47. New Horizons
  48. 48. A New Age for New Readers
  49. 49. All-New, All-Different
  50. 50. Architects of the Future
  51. 51. A New Golden Age
  52. 52. The Avengers vs. Thanos
  53. 53. [no title indexed]
  54. 54. ["Make Mine Marvel!"]
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