Marvel look back—and out the window—in June

Marvel look back—and out the window—in June

For better or for worse, Marvel have become know for taking social issues head on in recent years. But the House of Ideas has always had something to say about the world it entertains, and this June, the publisher is collecting some of its more significant takes on the times:

New York, NY—December 19, 2018—Since its inception, the Marvel Universe has been creating stories to reflect the world outside your window—and now, some of the most powerful tales from Marvel’s 80-year history are being collected into one larger-than-life volume!

Collecting stories from 1963’s Amazing Spider-Man to 2016’s Champions, each story showcases iconic Marvel characters tackling important and poignant real-life issues such as addiction, terrorism, HIV, school shootings, and more, alongside their extraordinary and high-flying adventures. Look below for the full list of stories included in this collection, on sale at your local comic shops in June.

  • AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #97
  • HOWARD THE DUCK (1976) #8
  • IRON MAN (1968) #128
  • NEW MUTANTS (1983) #45
  • ALPHA FLIGHT (1983) #106
  • UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #303
  • INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #420
  • AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1999) #36
  • CAPTAIN AMERICA (2002) #1
  • ASTONISHING X-MEN (2004) #51
  • MS. MARVEL (2015) #13
  • CHAMPIONS (2016) #24
  • Material from CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS #2 and AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1999) #583
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Marvel help new readers figure out where to start with Marvel Select

Marvel help new readers figure out where to start with Marvel Select

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