Penguin Classics is Releasing Marvel Comic Book Anthologies

Penguin Classics will be releasing a series of anthologies collecting stories from some of Marvel’s most iconic superheroes: Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Captain America.

Comic readers both old and new will soon have a new way to read some iconic Marvel stories as Penguin Classics currently has three anthologies up for pre-order featuring stories from some of Marvel’s most iconic superheroes. The three collections feature stories from Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Captain America and are described below:

  • The Amazing Spider-Man – Penguin Classics Marvel Collection Edition ($28-$39.99) – Pre-order on Amazon: Includes 12 stories from the first two years of Spider-Man’s publication history (1962 to 1964): “Spider-Man!” from Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962); The Amazing Spider-Man #1-4, #9, #10, #13, #14, #17-19 (1963-1964); “Goodbye to Linda Brown” from Strange Tales #97 (1962); “How Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Create Spider-Man!” from The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1 (1964)
  • The Black Panther – Penguin Classics Marvel Collection Edition ($28-$39.99) – Pre-order on Amazon: Includes the Black Panther’s 1966 origin tale and the “Panther’s Rage” storyline from the ’70s: Fantastic Four #52-53 (1966); Jungle Action #6-21 (1973-1976)
  • The Captain America – Penguin Classics Marvel Collection Edition ($28-$39.99) – Pre-order on Amazon: Collects some of Captain America’s first appearances in the ’40s and ’50s alongside select solo stories from the ’60s: Captain America Comics #1 (1941); the Captain America stories from Tales of Suspense #59, #63-68, #75-81, #92-95, #110-113 (1964-1969); “Captain America…Commie Smasher” from Captain America #78 (1954).

It’s amazing to see comics collected and published by such a respected company as Penguin Classics. Not only will these make a fine addition to any comic collection, they’ll also give newcomers an easy way to check out comics for the first time.

Will you be adding these anthologies to your collection?

SOURCEComicbook.com
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