Marvel Classic Black Light Collectible Poster Portfolio
- Publication Date: October 26, 2021
- Imprint: Abrams ComicArts
- Trim Size: 20 x 30
- ISBN: 978-1-4197-5622-1
- Page Count: 24
- Illustrations: 12 color posters
- Rights: World English with exclusions
Timed for the 50th anniversary, a collectible portfolio featuring 12 ready-to-frame reproductions of the iconic Marvel Comics black light posters
The Marvel Super Heroes are here! Fans will light up when they see this psychedelic, collectible portfolio featuring 12 frameable black light posters of celebrated Marvel Comics characters, including Captain America, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, and Doctor Strange, illustrated by legendary artists Jack Kirby, Gene Colan, Tom Palmer, and others. First printed in 1971 by Marvel Comics and the famed black light publisher Third Eye, Inc., 12 rare images from the original series of 24 are reproduced here for the first time. Also included is a brief history of Third Eye and their Marvel Comics black light publishing by historian and former Marvel editor in chief Roy Thomas, along with images of the original comic book art featured on the posters. This vibrant, far-out collection is perfect for fans who are looking to brighten their lives.
12 high-quality reproduction posters ready-to-frame in standard 20" x 30" frames
Printed in fluorescent inks for viewing in black light
Fully designed keepsake packaging for safe storing
Brief history of the posters and the original comic book art by historian and former Marvel editor in chief Roy Thomas
About the author
Roy Thomas has been a comic book writer and editor since 1965, primarily for Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2011, he currently edits Alter Ego magazine, writes the online Tarzan strips, and the occasional comic book. Thomas is also the author of two definitive histories for Taschen—75 Years of Marvel Comics: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen and The Stan Lee Story. He lives in rural South Carolina.