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Stan Lee's How to Draw Comics: From the Legendary Creator of Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Fantastic Four, X-Men, and Iron Man Paperback – November 16, 2010
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About the Author
STAN LEE is an icon in the comic book world. He is the creator of the Mighty Marvel Universe and such classic and immortal characters as Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Fantastic Four, Daredevil, and X-Men. He, in effect, invented the modern superhero and revived a dying industry. He has conceived more billion-dollar franchises than any other comics creator, and more than 2 billion comics based on his creations have sold in over 75 countries and in 25 languages. Stan Lee is the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics and was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 2008.
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He's an icon, and a deserved one.
This book, of itself, is great - it offers insight and the presentation is wonderful. The quality of the paper is top rate and it's a fine looking book.
I do have an issue with this autographed volume, however and that is that the SIGNATURE of Mr.Stan Lee is NOT on the book itself. The signature is on a bookplate which has been placed in the beginning of this book.
For an autograph collector or an autographed book collector - that is a significant point. I do collect autographed books and likely would not have purchased this volume if I'd have known that the autograph itself was on a book plate.
Also, the autograph isn't on the "numbered" page. These two points might not mean anything to someone who is not a collector, but they certainly change the value of the book.
My three stars are only because of those points. In my opinion, precise information should have been given in the description of this edition - indicating a book plate autograph.
If you're considering purchasing this book, please keep that in mind.
With that being said, the book has a ton of information for those already involved in comics either professionally or as a hobby. If you are beginner, I would recommend you get this book only if you have already read some of the basic books out there, such as "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way".