Gaaaaaaargh. Gutted; paid £17 for this not long ago and thought that was a bargain. Cracking book, although calling it a book does not do this justice. It's £19 to £30 elsewhere.
"I've seen a lot of impressive books in my time, but The Marvel Vault takes the cake! I shudder to think of any True Believer being without one." --Stan Lee
"This is a treasure trove of reproduced memorabilia... so superbly entertaining you'll forget you don't want your kids to play with it." --Empire
"a treasure trove for Marvel fans" --SFX Magazine
"Pow! Wham! Zap! One of the many vibrant images in The Marvel Vault: A Museum in a Book which is stuffed full of Marvel Comics memorabilia from 1939 to the present day, including early sketches of the Human Torch and Bullpen birthday cards." The Daily Telegraph
About the Author
Roy Thomas worked for Marvel Comics between 1965 and 1980, during which time he served as writer, editor and editor-in-chief. Having co-written two films, contributed to a number of books and co-authored one with Stan Lee, Roy is truly an expert on all things Marvel. Peter Sanderson is a comics guru in his own right, penning books, journal articles and criticism, teaching courses at New York University and producing documentaries on comics. Peter joined the Marvel Comics staff as an assistant editor, later becoming Marvel's first archivist. He lives in New York City.