Synopses & Reviews
Rebooted into a fresh new film franchise (2012) directed by Marc Webb and starring up-and-comers Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, and having debuted in its first ever Broadway appearance in March 2011, Spider-Man is back in the spotlight. Reaching out to millions of devoted fans, The Spider-Man Vault
will afford readers a whole new look at the beloved "web-slinger".
This vivid collection of images and ephemera focuses on a dynamic exploration of Spider-Man's character, providing a complete biography through his development in comics, media, and culture. Further drawing readers into Spidey's world will be approximately 20 removable features, housed in the sophisticated plastic pages specific to the "vault" format, and printed on special papers to heighten the noteworthiness of each carefully selected piece.
From the classic comics to the big screen, The Spider-Man Vault is a comprehensive collection of art and ephemera that brings Spidey's back story out of the archive and into the arms of fans worldwide.
Book Legion dotcom blog
“The Spider-Man Vault is a comic book fan's wet dream. It may be crass, but its true! This great book follows in the long line of other successful VAULT style books. …This coffee table style book is full of full-color comic book art and fun reproduction ephemera that is sure to make any fan squeal! This would make an amazing Xmas gift. …. Buy this nerds! Do it now!”
About the Author
Peter A. David is best known for his work in comic books and Star Trek novels. In the 1980's he worked for Marvel Comics' marketing department; while there, he wrote a story for The Spectacular Spider-Man entitled "The Death of Jean DeWolff", which was critically and popularly acclaimed. He has been a writer for The Incredible Hulk, DC Comics, and has published dozens of novels. Peter loves in Bayport, NY.