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Marvel The Way of the Warrior

Marvel's Mightiest Martial Artists
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Marvel The Way of the Warrior by Alan Cowsill
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Is Shang-Chi Marvel's ultimate fighter? Discover the fighting styles, training techniques, and secret disciplines of Marvel Comics' mighty martial artists and hand-to-hand combatants. From disciples of Eastern combat tactics and mixed martial arts to superpowered street fighters and deadly weapons masters, this book pulls no punches in revealing Marvel's ultimate warriors. Learn about the distinctive skills, expertise, and classic clashes of Marvel's most lethal martial artists. They are all here, beautifully illustrated with original comic art: Shang-Chi, Iron Fist, Elektra, Daredevil, Taskmaster, Gamora, Karnak, Black Widow, Bullseye, Master Izo, Fat Cobra, Steel Serpent, Mantis and many more. This is the Way of the Warrior. (c) 2020 MARVEL

Author Biography:

Alan Cowsill started out as a comic dealer before becoming an award-winning writer and editor. He co-created Stormwatcher for Acme/Eclipse before working on Panini UK's Marvel line and writing the first UK-originated Spider-Man strips for more than a decade. He created the bestselling Jackie Chan Adventures, the award-winning Classic Marvel Figurine Collection, and the DC Super Hero Collection for Eaglemoss Publishing. His books include Colin the Goblin, Warzone: Dark Eden, Chronopia, DC Comics: A Year by Year Visual Chronicle, Marvel Avengers Character Encyclopaedia, Avengers: The Ultimate Guide to Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and Spider-Man Year by Year: A Visual Chronicle. When he isn't making comics, designing figurines, or crafting anthologies, Alan writes novels and practices qigong and kung fu.
Release date NZ
May 4th, 2021
Author
Pages
200
Audience
  • Children / Juvenile
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Dorling Kindersley
Dimensions
198x235x22
ISBN-13
9780744027198
Product ID
34775405

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