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DC Comics The great superhero lexicon

Expanded and updated

Melanie Scott

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Is Superman the Strongest Superhero? Where does Wonder Woman come from? Is Darkseid the meanest villain of all time? Who is the fastest person in the world? What allies does Batman have?

The answers to all these exciting questions can be found in the cool superhero book "DC Comics. The great superhero lexicon: Supplemented and updated." Written by DC Comics experts, the updated new edition of the bestseller now features over 200 comic book heroes and villains including Batman, Harley Quinn, the Justice League and many more.

The DC Comics universe and the characters changed after the monumental Rebirth Event. This brightly colored superhero book with numerous original comic illustrations follows exciting storylines as well as the latest developments. It contains over 200 full-page portraits including a short biography, information on superpowers, friends and enemies, and background information.

The comprehensive reference work is up to date with 50 new heroes and villains and an indispensable companion for comic fans and moviegoers! This book is available at Antolin.de.

cover Hardback edition
Page number 216
Age recommendation 8 - 10 year (s)
Publication date 19.02.2019
language German
ISBN 978-3-8310-3661-5
publishing company DK Verlag Dorling Kindersley
Dimensions (L / W / H) 24.3 / 19.3 / 2 cm
Weight 836 g
Illustrations Over 700 color illustrations
Edition 1st edition
Sales rank 42377
Immediately available free shipping
Free shipping
cover Hardback edition
Page number 216
Age recommendation 8 - 10 year (s)
Publication date 19.02.2019
language German
ISBN 978-3-8310-3661-5
publishing company DK Verlag Dorling Kindersley
Dimensions (L / W / H) 24.3 / 19.3 / 2 cm
Weight 836 g
Illustrations Over 700 color illustrations
Edition 1st edition
Sales rank 42377

description

Is Superman the Strongest Superhero? Where does Wonder Woman come from? Is Darkseid the meanest villain of all time? Who is the fastest person in the world? What allies does Batman have?

The answers to all these exciting questions can be found in the cool superhero book "DC Comics. The great superhero lexicon: Supplemented and updated." Written by DC Comics experts, the updated new edition of the bestseller now features over 200 comic book heroes and villains including Batman, Harley Quinn, the Justice League and many more.

The DC Comics universe and the characters changed after the monumental Rebirth Event. This brightly colored superhero book with numerous original comic illustrations follows exciting storylines as well as the latest developments. It contains over 200 full-page portraits including a short biography, information on superpowers, friends and enemies, and background information.

The comprehensive reference work is up to date with 50 new heroes and villains and an indispensable companion for comic fans and moviegoers! This book is available at Antolin.de.


DC Comics and their formidable characters
by Anja L. from "books and phobia" on October 26th, 2019

As the Marvel Universe continues to grow in importance, the DC movies don't really want to make it to the top. But why is that? Well, I don't know, because the lack of superheroes and villains is definitely not the problem. Especially since these, in addition to interesting pasts, also have cool connections between ... While the Marvel universe is becoming more and more important, the DC films don't really want to make it to the top. But why is that? Well, I don't know, because the lack of superheroes and villains is definitely not the problem. Especially since, in addition to interesting pasts, they also have cool connections with each other. One more reason to plunge into the DC universe. What particularly appealed to me was that all the characters were seen as their true comic characters. This will, but also be because many of the characters haven't made it to the big screen yet. It's actually a shame, because some of them have great potential. Anyone who, like me, wasn't interested in comics in the past, but came across them through films or other media, will be surprised what DC has to offer. No matter if good or bad, there are very weird figures on both sides. In fact, I now find DC a lot more sci-fi heavy, as a lot had to do with space. In addition to the images, the information about each character was also important to me personally. Since it was decided to give each figure only one page, it was of course not possible to show their entire life story. However, I found what was offered to me to be completely sufficient to know who actually belongs together or who doesn't like each other at all. There were also more surprises that resulted from the update. I was even able to inspire children with the book, as they had much more fun with the illustrated figures than if they had been real people. Of course, Batman, Superman and Joker were favorites, but the more they got to know, the more exciting they found other, lesser-known characters. So interesting for fans and newcomers to the subject. This book showed me how much potential there is still in the DC Universe and what villains and superheroes it has to offer. The illustrated figures are absolute eye-catchers and offer enough information material to get an insight into their world. However, I would have preferred group photos more often to consolidate the knowledge I have gathered.

I am really impressed! Unbeatable price-performance ratio!
by Nicky from> Die Librellis

I really have to say, I am absolutely thrilled and impressed too. The font is well chosen and the font size allows even elementary school students to read the book well. And then all the details about the superheroes! The team that worked on this did a tremendous job. I don't want to ... I really have to say, I'm absolutely thrilled and impressed too. The font is well chosen and the font size allows even elementary school students to read the book well. And then all the details about the superheroes! The team that worked on this did a tremendous job. I don't want to know how long they sat on a single picture (and since I have friends in the industry, I know how much time can go into drawing just one!) The book starts with Adam Strange and ends with Zoom and ist thus clearly sorted by alphabet. Lex Luther and the Teen Titans have also found their place here. In short: I can only rave about it :) By the way, the book is recommended for ages 8 and up and could definitely be something for the future Easter basket if you want to encourage children to read. If you are comic fans, you will certainly not be able to resist. And if you are not yet convinced, you should take a look at the reading sample. I can only say: it's worth it!


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