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MARVELMAN COMES TO MARVEL! Who is the mysterious Marvelman? The answer to that question is one of the most mysterious in comics lore. Created in 1954 by writer/artist Mick Anglo, the character enjoyed a long run in the British comics market as one of its most powerful heroes. A few decades later, the character was revived with a dark, moody, deconstructionist bent, and produced one of the most important works of comic art in the medium's history. But now, miracle of miracles, Marvel has stepped up to the plate to deliver on the promise of Anglo's incredible characters. The MARVELMAN PRIMER will help readers unfamiliar with that character get up to speed on the past, present and future of Marvelman stories. We'll check in with Mick Anglo, Neil Gaiman and others who contributed to this character’s history over the years. It was the news that swept the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con and the Marvelman Primer explains why! Featuring six all-new pinups of key Marvelman characters by superstar artists Mike Perkins, Doug Braithwaite, Miguel Angel Sepulveda, Jae Lee, Khoi Pham and Ben Oliver!  

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Weak sauce Kimota! 0

With all the hype, craze and rave of Marvelman to Marvel comics, this comic was suppose to be the "Primer" to the legacy.  The major problem is, where is the Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman shout outs?  Anyone who cared who Marvelman is, knew most of what was in this pamphlet.  What was weird is that pamphlet tries to explain why we should care about Marvelman and avoids talking about Moore. The only reason comic connoisseurs care about Marvelman is because of the Alan Moore run and the incomplete...

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