Marvel Classic Black Light Notecard Set
24 Oversized Cards + Envelopes for Any and All Occasions
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- Publication Date: November 7, 2023
- Imprint: Abrams ComicArts
- Trim Size: 6 x 9
- ISBN: 9781419771019
- Page Count: 24
- Illustrations: Full-color illustrations throughout
- Rights: World English, with exclusions
The Marvel Super Heroes are together again!
Fans will light up with this deluxe, collectible notecard set featuring 24 black-light images of celebrated Marvel Comics characters, including Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, Thor, and the Hulk, illustrated by legendary artists Jack Kirby, John Romita Sr., Gene Colan, and others.
First published in 1971 by Marvel Comics and famed novelty publisher the Third Eye, Inc., the original Marvel black light notecard series have never been reproduced in full, until now. Printed in fluorescent inks on high-quality paper, this deluxe collector’s set features 24 full-scale reproductions of the original notecards and all their day-glow glory.
Also included is a brief commentary about Third Eye and their Marvel Comics black-light publishing by historian Roy Thomas, along with images of the original comic book art featured on the notecards.
This vibrant, far-out collection is sure to brighten lives.
- 24 high-quality reproduction notecards + envelopes
- Each card measures 6" wide x 9.25" high
- Printed in fluorescent inks for viewing in black light
- Packaged in a fully designed archival box for safe storing
- Brief history of the notecards 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.