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Misiroglu, Gina (Hrsg.): The Superhero Book. The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Comic-Book Icons and Hollywood Heroes. 2. Aufl. Canton: Visible Ink, 2012. (463 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1578593751
BibTeX citation key: Misiroglu2004
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Keywords: Lexikon, Superheld
Creators: Misiroglu
Publisher: Visible Ink (Canton)
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Abstract
Modern mythology leaps into the popular culture from the pages of comic books and now propels the astounding growth of the graphic novel. Aimed at the genesis, The Superhero Book is the ultimate A-to-Z compendium of everyone’s favorite overachievers in the pitched battle between good and evil. With 300 entries examining more than 1,000 high-powered icons and their place in the popular firmament, The Superhero Book is the first comprehensive profile of superheroes across all media, following their path from comic-book stardom to radio, television, movies, and novels. It’s good to be super-great. With more than 150 full-color illustrations (including dozens of classic comic covers), The Superhero Book covers the best-loved and most historically significant superheroes—mainstream and counterculture, famous and forgotten, best and worst. Each significant era of the superhero is explored—the Golden Age (1938–1954), the Silver Age (1956–1969), the Bronze Age (1970–1979), and the Modern Age (1980–present)—providing the reader with unique perspective of the hero over the twentieth century and beyond. Readers will delight in the mountain of trivia, never-before revealed facts and finds, and insider information, written with insight and enthusiasm by a devoted team of comic-book, film, and pop-culture experts.

Table of Contents

AC Comics Heroes
Action Girl
Adam Strange
African American Heroes
Alpha Flight
Alternative Futures
America’s Best Comics Heroes
Anime and Manga
Ant Man
Anti-drug Series
Anti-heroes
Aquaman
Aquatic Heroes
Archie Heroes
Astro Boy
Astro City
The Atom
Atomic Heroes
The Authority
The Avengers
Azrael
Bad Girl Art
The Badger
Bartman
Batgirl
Batman
Batman in the Media
Batman Villains
Batman’s Weapons and Gadgets
Battle of the Planets
Big Bang Heroes
Bird Heroes
Birds of Prey
Black Canary
The Black Cat I
The Black Cat II
Black Condor
Black Panther
Black Widow
Blackhawk
Blonde Phantom
Blue Beetle
Bronze Age of Superheroes
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Bulletman
Camp and Comedy Heroes
Camp Heroes in the Media
Captain Action
Captain America
Captain America in the Media
Captain Atom
Captain Britain
Captain Canuck
Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel Jr.
Captain Marvel Shazam
Captain Marvel Shazam! in the Media
Captain Midnight
Card Captor Sakura
Casshan: Robot Hunter
The Cat
Cat Heroes
Cat-Man
Catwoman
Challengers of the Unknown
Charlton Heroes
Civilian Heroes
Cobra
Comics Code
The Creeper
Cutey Bunny
Cutey Honey
Cyberforce
Daredevil I
Daredevil II
Daredevil in the Media
Dark Horse Heroes
Dazzler
DC Comics
Deadman
The Defenders
Dial H for Hero
Doc Savage
Doctor Strange
Do It Yourself Heroes
Doll Man
Doom Patrol
Dr. Fate
Dragon Ball
Eclipse Heroes
ElectraWoman and DynaGirl Elektra
Elementals
Elongated Man
E-Man
Everyday Heroes
Extreme Studios Heroes
Fantastic Four
Fantastic Four in the Media
Femforce
Feminism
Fighting American
Firestorm
The Flash
Funny Animal Heroes
Gen 13
Ghost Rider
Golden Age of Superheroes
Good Girl Art
The Greatest American Hero
Green Arrow
Green Hornet
Green Lantern
Guardians of the Galaxy
Hanna Barbera Heroes
Harvey Heroes
The Hawk and the Dove
Hawkeye
Hawkman
Hellboy
Heroes for Hire
The Hulk
The Hulk in the Media
The Human Torch
The Huntress
Hurricane Polymar
Image Comics Heroes
The Inferior Five
The Inhumans
Insect Heroes
International Heroes
The Invaders
Iron Fist
Iron Man
Isis
Justice League of America
Justice League of America in the Media
Justice Society of America
Kryptonite
Lane Lois
Legion of Super-Heroes
Lobo
Love Interests
Madara
Madman
Mai the Psychic Girl
The Man from Atlantis
Manhunter
Manimal
Martian Manhunter
Marvel Boy
Marvel Comics
Mary Marvel
The Mask
Master of Kung Fu
Metal Men
Metamorpho
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Milestone Heroes
Miracleman
Miss Fury
Modern Age of Superheroes
Moon Knight
Ms. Marvel
Multiculturalism
The New Gods
Nick Fury
The Night Man
Nightwing
Northstar
Nova
Olsen Jimmy
One Hit Wonders
The Outsiders
The Phantom
The Phantom in the Media
Phantom Lady
Phantom Stranger
Plastic Man
Power Man
Power Pack
The Powerpuff Girls
Project A-ko
Promethea The Punisher
Rising Stars
Robin
Robotman
Rock Superheroes
The Rocketeer
Ronin Warriors
Sailor Moon
Sandman
The Savage Dragon
The Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver
The Secret Identity
The Sentry
The Shadow
ShadowHawk
The She-Hulk
Shi
Sidekicks and Proteges
Silver Age of Superheroes
The Silver Surfer
Space Ghost
Space Heroes
Spacehawk
Spawn
The Spectre
Speed Racer
Spider Man
Spider Man in the Media
Spider Man Villains
Spider Woman
The Spirit
Starman
Static Shock
Steel
Stripperella
Sub Mariner
Super Friends
Super-archers
Superboy
Superboy in the Media
Supercities
Supergirl
Superhero Cartoon Shows
Superhero Confidants
Superhero Creators
Superhero Headquarters
Superhero Movie Serials
Superhero Nicknames
Superhero Radio Series
Superhero Role Playing Games
Superhero Slogans
Superhero Vulnerabilities
Superheroes and Celebrities
Superheroes and the Popular Culture
Superheroes in Prose
Superheroes with Disabilities
Superheroines
Superman
Superman in the Media
Superman Villains
Superman’s Weapons and Gadgets
Supermedia
Supernatural Heroes
Superpatriots
Superpets
Superpowers
Superteams
Supervehicles
Supervillains
Superweapons Tank Girl
Team-ups and Crossovers
Teen Titans
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Tekkaman
Thor
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents
The Tick
Ultraman
Ultraverse Heroes
Valiant Heroes
Vertigo Heroes
The Vigilante
The Wasp
Watchmen
Watson Mary Jane
WildCATS
WildStorm Heroes
Wolverine
Wonder Warthog
Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman in the Media
World War II and the Superhero
X-Men (X Men)
X-Men: Excalibur
X-Men: Generation X
X-Men: New Mutants
X-Men: X-Force/X-Statix
X-Men in the Media
X-Men Villains
  
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