Marvelocity: The Marvel Comics Art of Alex Ross

Jan 2, 2019

Category: Entertainment

While Marvel’s cinematic universe is certainly at the forefront of everyone’s minds this year, thanks in no small part to the overwhelming success of Infinity War, it’s important we remember that the franchise wouldn’t exist without the source material: comic books. Now, one of the names that put the brand in the spotlight (and perhaps the greatest comic artist of all time), Alex Ross, is getting a book dedicated to his work in the franchise.

Put together by the same team that previously collected his work with DC in Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross, this 312-page tome is loaded from cover to cover with full-color art spanning the entirety of his prolific career, as well as photos and stories from his childhood. Detailing his humble beginnings to his meteoric rise and everything in between, this is the ultimate coffee table book for lovers of art, graphic novels, and anyone who remembers what it was like to be a little kid with a dream. Get it now for $25.

Purchase: $25

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