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The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe is an encyclopedic guide which details the fictional universe featured in Marvel Comics publications. The original 15 volume series was published in comic book format in 1982, which followed by sporadic updates.
A fictional universe is an imaginary world that serves as the setting or backdrop for one or (more commonly) multiple works of fiction or translatable non-fiction. ... This article is about the comic book company. ... A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... Year 1982 (MCMLXXXII) was a common year starting on Friday (link displays the 1982 Gregorian calendar). ...

Contents

Origin

Jim Shooter, Marvel's then Editor in Chief, conceived of the idea, envisioning a guide detailing statistics much in the manner of those found upon the backs of baseball cards.[1] This initial project was to be called The Marvel Super-Specifications Handbook. He appointed Mark Gruenwald editor of the project, and Gruenwald developed the project to include all aspects of the Marvel Universe, although he noted it was not comprehensive.[2] This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Editor in chief is a publications primary editor. ... Baseball cards from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s A baseball card is a small card printed on heavy paper stock, featuring one or more baseball players. ... Mark Gruenwald (June 18, 1953-August 12, 1996) was an American comic book writer and editor. ...


Critics of the handbook have argued that the level of detail within the guide effectively limited the ability of writers to innovate, a charge Gruenwald dismissed, reputedly stating that the information presented was only the most recent data and was subject to change.[3] Peter Sanderson, one of the writers of the original guide, noted that "Mark sought to make the Marvel characters' super-powers as firm a basis in real science as possible. After the first version of the Handbook, Mark decided that some of the explanations had grown too complicated, and asked me to simplify them."[4] Peter Sanderson is a comic book historian, as well as a professor on the graphic novel as literature at New York University. ...


The OHOTMU detailed the more significant characters, items and locations in the Marvel Universe, itemizing them into individual entries. Individual entries usually consisted of: This article is about the shared universe setting used by many Marvel Comics titles. ...

  • A frontal full-body view of the character.
  • Prose text describing the character's origin, powers, and other abilities and unique traits, as well as 'statistics' such as place of birth, former aliases, height, weight, hair and eye color and so forth. The original edition opted only to describe the "Origins" of characters (how they acquired their powers), instead focusing heavily on detailed explanations for how those powers functioned. In the Book of the Dead supplement, however, the handbook provided entire "Histories" for the deceased characers, a trend which was then adopted for the main body of the Deluxe Edition, allowing the entire life and career of the characters to be covered. Major important pieces of equipment were also given technical illustrations with breakdowns of their functions and features.
  • Example images of the character in action, taken directly from the comics themselves.

In the original Edition, characters were listed at one character to a page, although minor characters were sometimes listed at two to a page and major characters would occasionally receive more than one page. In the Deluxe Edition, however, every character received at least one page, with significant characters receiving up to 3-5 pages.


In the Master Edition (1990-1993) this changed and every character was allocated a double-sided loose leaf page. Later versions allocate characters different lengths of entry depending on their history and importance.


There have been several versions of the concept since first published in 1982:

  • 1982-1984: a 15-issue series. Issues 13 - 14 are titled the Books of the Dead and Inactive, featuring characters and groups who were, at the time, believed dead or inactive. Issue 15 is titled the 'Book of Weapons, Hardware, and Paraphernalia', featuring technical drawings of equipment such as the shield of Captain America and the web-shooters of Spider-Man.
  • 1985-1988: a 20-issue Deluxe Edition is published. Although numerous entries reference an Appendix, the Deluxe Edition Appendix is not published. The '85-'88 run (Deluxe Edition) was also been collected in trade paperback format, in a series of 10 128 page volumes. The trade edition also feature updates of many characters. Supplements for licensed properties are published, including Conan the Barbarian; G.I. Joe; and the Transformers.
  • 1989: an 8-issue upddate is published. This series is notable for including numerous non-superhuman supporting characters.
  • 1990-1993: A 36 issue Master Edition series is published, with each issue a shrink-wrapped pack of loose-leaf pages.
  • 2004-2005: Themed one-shot supplements are published, such as Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe: X-Men 2004. Other entries in this themed, subtitled series include Spider-Man 2004; Avengers 2004; Hulk 2004; Daredevil 2004; Wolverine 2004; Golden Age 2004; Women of Marvel 2005 and Avengers 2005.
  • 2006: A new 12-issue series was published featuring new characters. A series of themed one-shot issues was also published in the same style as the 2004-2005 books, including the Civil War Files which tied in with Marvel's Civil War crossover series. The original Handbook series, original 20-issue Deluxe Edition, and the Update '89 edition were also reprinted in five Essential volumes.




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Bibliography of Official Handbook series

The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol. I

# Title Month of Publ. Pages Orig. Price
1 A from Abomination to Avengers Quinjet January 1983 34 $ 1.00
2 B - C from Baron Mordo to Collective Man February 1983 34 $ 1.00
3 C - D from Collector to Dracula March 1983 34 $ 1.00
4 D - G from Dragon Man to Gypsy Moth April 1983 34 $ 1.00
5 H - J from Hangman to Juggernaut May 1983 34 $ 1.00
6 K - M from Kang to Man-Bull June 1983 34 $ 1.00
7 M from Mandarin to Mystique July 1983 34 $ 1.00
8 N - P from Namorita to Pyro August 1983 34 $ 1.00
9 Q - S from Quasar to She-Hulk September 1983 34 $ 1.00
10 S from Shi'ar to Sub-Mariner October 1983 34 $ 1.00
11 S - U from Subterraneans to Ursa Major November 1983 34 $ 1.00
12 V - Z from Valkyrie to Zzzax December 1983 34 $ 1.00
13 Book of the Dead and Inactive I: Air-Walker to Man-Wolf February 1984 34 $ 1.00
14 Book of the Dead and Inactive II: Marvel Boy to Zuras March 1984 34 $ 1.00
15 Book of Weapons, Hardware, and Paraphernalia April 1984 34 $ 1.00


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The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol. II (Deluxe Edition)

# Info Month of Publ. Pages Orig. Price
1 Abomination to Batroc's Brigade December 1985 64 $ 1.50
2 Beast to Clea January 1986 64 $ 1.50
3 Cloak to Doctor Octopus February 1986 64 $ 1.50
4 Doctor Strange to Galactus March 1986 64 $ 1.50
5 Gardener to The Hulk April 1986 64 $ 1.50
6 Human Torch to Ka-Zar May 1986 64 $ 1.50
7 Khoryphos to Magneto June 1986 64 $ 1.50
8 Magus to Mole Man July 1986 64 $ 1.50
9 Molecule Man to Owl August 1986 64 $ 1.50
10 Paladin to The Rhino September 1986 64 $ 1.50
11 Richard Rider to Sidewinder October 1986 64 $ 1.50
12 Sif to Sunspot November 1986 64 $ 1.50
13 Super-Adaptoid to Umar December 1986 64 $ 1.50
14 Unicorn to Wolverine January 1987 64 $ 1.50
15 Wonder Man to Zzzax plus Alien Races March 1987 64 $ 1.50
16 Book of the Dead: Air-Walker to Death-Stalker June 1987 64 $ 1.50
17 Book of the Dead: Destiny to Hobgoblin August 1987 64 $ 1.50
18 Book of the Dead: Hyperion to Nighthawk October 1987 64 $ 1.50
19 Book of the Dead: Nuke to Obadiah Stane December 1987 64 $ 1.50
20 Book of the Dead: Stick to Zuras February 1988 64 $ 1.50


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# Info ISBN Month of Publ. Pages Orig. Price
1 Abomination to Circus of Crime ISBN 0-87135-208-7 ? 128 $ 6.95
2 Clea to Gaea ISBN 0-87135-209-5 ? 128 $ 6.95
3 Galactus to Kang ISBN 0-87135-210-9 ? 128 $ 6.95
4 Karkas to Mister Fantastic ISBN 0-87135-211-7 ? 128 $ 6.95
5 Mister Fear to Quicksilver ISBN 0-87135-212-5 ? 128 $ 6.95
6 Radioactive Man to Stilt-Man ISBN 0-87135-213-3 ? 128 $ 6.95
7 Stingray to Wendigo ISBN 0-87135-214-1 ? 128 $ 6.95
8 Werewolf to Zzzax
Book of the Dead: Air-Walker to Dorcas, Dr. Lemuel
ISBN 0-87135-215-X ? 128 $ 6.95
9 Book of the Dead: Dorma to Patriot ISBN 0-87135-353-9 ? 128 $ 6.95
10 Book of the Dead: Phantom Eagle to Zuras ISBN 0-87135-366-0 ? 128 $ 6.95


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# Info Month of Publ. Pages Orig. Price
1 Adversary to Chameleon July 1989 48 $ 1.50
2 Champion of the Universe to Ecstasy August 1989 48 $ 1.50
3 Eon to Hulk September 1989 48 $ 1.50
4 Human Torch to Manikin October 1989 48 $ 1.50
5 Marauders to Power Princess November 1989 48 $ 1.50
6 Prowler to Serpent Society Late November 1989 48 $ 1.50
7 Set to Tyrak December 1989 48 $ 1.50
8 U-Man to Madelyne Pryor Late December 1989 48 $ 1.50


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The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol. III (Master Edition)

# Info [5] Month of Publ. Sheets Orig. Price
1 Model Sheets: Anaconda, Blue Shield, Corsair, Counterweight, Dormammu, Foxfire, Gorgon, Agatha Harkness, Juggernaut, Llyra, Midnight Sun, MODAM, Moon-Boy, Nebulon, Oneg, Puck, Ronan the Accuser, Spider-Man, Starfox, Stranger, Trickshot, Typhoid Mary, Watchdogs, Zuras December 1990 24 $ 3.95
2 Model Sheets: Awesome Android, Ulysses Bloodstone, Captain America, Destiny, Doctor Octopus, Eel, Forge, Grey Gargoyle, Howard the Duck, Isaac, Kubik, Leader, Moonstone, Mother Night, Nitro, Orka, Plantman, Quicksilver, Rock Python, Sise-Neg, Scorpio, Triton, Volcana, Water Wizard January 1991 24 $ 3.95
3 Model Sheets: AIM, Baron Mordo, Big Bertha, Cable, Diamondback II, Electro, Firelord, Gargantua, Ghost Rider VI, Heimdall, Ka-Zar, Man-Ape, Mister Fantastic, Morgan Le Fey, Naga, Porcupine, Razorback, Shocker, Sunder, Thunderbird, Venus, Whizzer, Wrecker, Zaran February 1991 24 $ 3.95
4 Model Sheets: Apocalypse, Baron Zemo II, Blastaar, Carrion, Devastator, Dr. Minerva, Executioner, Grim Reaper, Hammer, King Cobra, Living Mummy, Madame Web, Malekith the Accursed, Mister Jip, Nikki, Puppet Master, Red Raven, Shadowcat, Shape, Texas Twister, U-Man, Vector, Wolverine, Ziran March 1991 24 $ 3.95
5 Model Sheets: Abomination, Blizzard, Boomerang, Captain Marvel I, Crimson Dynamo V, Dagger, Doctor Malus, Eternity, Fandral the Dashing, Guardian II, In-Betweener, Knick Knack, Magma, Man-Thing, Mesmero, Nighthawk, Owl, Punisher, Quasimodo, Sleeper, Speed Demon, Titania II, Vulture, Wizard April 1991 24 $ 3.95
6 Model Sheets: Astronomer, Bullseye, Cannonball, Copperhead III, Darkoth, Fixer, Gatecrasher, Hela, Hobgoblin II-IV, Immortus, Leir, Mirage, Mister Sinister, Mordred, Nomad III, One Above All, Professor Power, Rintrah, She-Hulk, Starlight, Thin Man, Ursa Major, Vertigo II, Whirlwind May 1991 24 $ 3.95
7 Model Sheets: Armadillo, Barbarus, Black Knight III, Callisto, Cypher, Daredevil, Egghead, Firestar, Goldbug, Hangman, Jack Frost, Karnilla, Lizard, Magneto, Marvel Boy, Mercurio, Nova, Psycho-Man, Red Ronin, Shaper of Worlds, Slug, Stilt-Man, Ulik, Valkin June 1991 24 $ 3.95
8 Model Sheets: Attuma, Blacklash, Captain Ultra, Colossus, Devil Dinosaur, Dragon Man, Elektra, Gladiator II, Hulk, Jackal, Kang, Lamprey, Machete, Makkari, Manslaughter, Nighthawk, Piledriver, Quicksand, Shang-Chi, Spider-Woman I, Supreme Intelligence, Tyrannus, Viper, Woodgod 24 $ 3.95
9 Model Sheets: Air-Walker, Black Panther, Brother Tode, Chameleon, Doc Samson, Ego, Firebird, Gremlin II, Hyperion, Isis, Lightspeed, Machinesmith, Moon Knight, Overmind, Phantom Eagle, Rocket Raccoon, Scarlet Witch, Silver Dagger, Skids, Taskmaster, Vidar, Colleen Wing, Xemnu the Titan, Zarek 24 $ 3.95
10 Model Sheets: Ajak, Black Talon I & II, Blob, Captain Britain, Constrictor, Doctor Faustus, Grandmaster, Hercules, Jigsaw, Llan the Sorcerer, Mad Thinker, Miss America, Misty Knight, N'Astirh, Odin, Poundcakes, Red Ghost, Seth, Siryn, Thanos, Umar, Venom, Wong, X-Ray 24 $ 3.95
11 Model Sheets: Ares, Balor, Cloak, Crucible, Death Adder, Gilgamesh, Hydro-Man, Impossible Man, Jocasta, Kronos, Lupo, Madrox the Multiple Man, Master Order, Nezarr, Oddball, Power Princess, Rocket Racer, Spider-Woman II, Storm, Tana Nile, Tinkerer, Vanguard, White Tiger, Yellow Claw 24 $ 3.95
12 Model Sheets: Aguila, Andromeda, Black Cat, Centurius, Crossbones, D'Spayre, Frenzy, Goliath III, Helio, Jack of Hearts, Karnak, Loki, Melter, Mister Hyde, Nightcrawler, Puff Adder, Piper, Runner, Satannish, Silver Surfer, Spitfire, Taurus, Uni-Mind, Whiplash II 24 $ 3.95
13 Model Sheets: Arabian Knight, Blood Brothers, Bullet, Contemplator, Diablo, Dreadknight, Fer-de-Lance, High Evolutionary, Iceman, Mad Dog, Master, Mysterio, Northstar, Phoenix, Quasar, Ringmaster, Shroud, Surtur, Thundra, Tiger Shark, Ultimatum, Werewolf
Action Sheet: Spider-Man / Team Action Sheet: Fantastic Four
24 $ 4.50
14 Model Sheets: Annihilus, Beast, Black Knight II, Champion of the Universe, Darkstar, Eon, Gargoyle, Jetstream, Kurse, Mentor, Modred, Mongoose, Namorita, Prowler, Rhino, Sidewinder, Sphinx, Super-Sabre, Thor, Tombstone, Wendigo
Action Sheets: Captain America, Spider-Man (Web-Shooters) / Team Action Sheet: Fantastic Four (Replacements)
24 $ 4.50
15 Model Sheets: Ant-Man II, Brothers Grimm II, Bushwacker, Charlie-27, Crystal, Deathurge, Frankenstein's Monster, Garokk, Guardsman, Hate Monger, Iron Man, Killer Shrike, Mangog, Moonglow, Omega, Princess Python, Rogue, Sandman, Saturnyne, Space Phantom, Tyr, Adam Warlock
Action Sheet: Ghost Rider / Team Action Sheet: Avengers (First Line-Up)
24 $ 4.50
16 Model Sheets: Absorbing Man, Baron Strucker, Cyclops, Darkhawk, Force, Graviton, Hawkeye, Jemiah, Kofi, Lava Men, Martinex, Midas, Mole Man, Pluto, Sabretooth, Spymaster, Stallior, Tatterdemalion, Vamp, Yellowjacket, Zzaxx
Action Sheet: Wolverine / Team Action Sheet: Avengers (Second Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
17 Model Sheets: 3-D Man, Ancient One, Black Queen, Brother Voodoo, Count Nefaria, Death-Stalker, Eson the Searcher, Glob, Havok, Kingpin, Lady Deathstrike, Maelstrom, MODOK, Namor, Paladin, Red Guardian, Sasquatch, Scorpion, Thunderball, Vishanti, Worm
Action Sheet: Punisher / Team Action Sheet: Avengers (Third Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
18 Model Sheets: Arishem the Judge, Beetle, Bulldozer, Clea, Demolition-Man, Fang, Ghaur, Hogun the Grim, Ironclad, Kangaroo, Lucifer, Madcap, Moondragon, Nebula, Professor X, Razor-Fist, Nicholas Scratch, Spirit of '76, Thing, Wolfsbane, Zaladane
Action Sheet: She-Hulk / Team Action Sheet: Avengers (Fourth Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
19 Model Sheets: Apollo, Battle Star, Ch'od, Dr. Demonicus, Earth-Lord, Gamora, Iron Monger, Rick Jones, Major Victory, Mandarin, Marrina, Nova, Oracle, Ringer, Satana, Shatterstar, Tom Thumb, Ultimus, White Bishop, Zodiac I, Zodiac II
Action Sheet: Daredevil / Team Action Sheet: Avengers (Fifth Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
20 Model Sheets: Archangel, Baron Blood I, Black Knight I, Captain Atlas, Controller, Doctor Doom, Enchantress, Flag-Smasher, Ghost, Korvac, Lilandra, Maha Yogi, Maximus, Nuke, Quantum, Redstone, Sabra, Silvermane, Unicorn, Wasp, Wolverine (new uniform), Zarrko
Team Action Sheet: Avengers (Sixth Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
21 Model Sheets: Aquarian, Banshee, Bi-Beast, Crossfire, Dakimh the Enchanter, Dominic Fortune, Gambit, Haywire, Invisible Woman, Jester, Karkas, Living Laser, Mantis, Master Man, Occult, Power Broker, Red Wolf, Speedball, Swordsman, Thena, Thor, Uatu the Watcher, Will O' The Wisp 23 $ 4.50
22 Model Sheets: Arcade, Black Bolt, Bushmaster, Crimson Commando, Diamond Lil, Doctor Nightshade, Nick Fury, Gammenon, Hermes, Kismet, Madame Masque, Merlin, Phantom Rider, Screaming Mimi, Silver Sable, Slither, Starbolt, Terrax, Ultron, Volstagg, Whizzer, Yondu
Team Action Sheet: Avengers (Seventh Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
23 Model Sheets: Arkon, Batroc the Leaper, Blonde Phantom, Cage, Chthon, Collector, Dr. Spectrum, Falcon, Glorian, Hammerhead, It the Living Colossus, Krang, Left-Winger, Mockingbird, Psylocke, Radioactive Man, Sauron, Silhouette, Supremor, Tarantula, Unus, Vermin
Team Action Sheet: X-Men (First Line-Up)
23 $ 4.50
24 Model Sheets: Ape-Man, John Blaze, Byrrah, Chemistro I-III, Cyclone, Deathbird, Drax the Destroyer, Gladiator I, Horus, Human Torch II, Iron Fist, Jubilee, Klaw, Machine Man, Medusa, Phoenix III, Prester John, Red Skull, Stingray, Terminatrix, Trump, Zeus
Team Action Sheet: X-Men (Second Line-Up)
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Mandrill is a fictional mutant supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Micromax (Scott Wright) is a fictional character, a mutant superhero of the Marvel universe. ... Molecule Man is a fictional character, an elemental supervillain of immense power in the Marvel Comics universe, and an enemy of Klaw. ... Nebula is a fictional character, an alien supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Sergei Krylov is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... Quill has been the name of four fictional comic book characters in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Shockwave is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe whose first appearance was in . ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Talisman (Elizabeth Twoyoungmen) is a fictional superhero featured in the publications of Marvel Comics. ... The Vision is the name of three fictional comic-book characters in the Marvel Comics universe. ... War Machine (Jim Rhodes) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes featured in Marvel Comics. ... Analyzer is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... The Bird Man is a fictional character in the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. ... Captain Universe is a disembodied superhero in Marvel Comics universe who was created by Bill Mantlo, and first appeared in Micronauts vol. ... Primus is the name of two villains in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Enclave is a fictional group of dictatorially-minded scinetists in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Famine (real name Autumn Rolfson) is a fictional mutant villain in the Marvel Comics comics universe, most notable for being one of the original four horsemen of the villain Apocalypse. ... The Growing Man is a fictional character, an android appearing in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... Ion, alias Violetta Todd, is a fictional supervillain character in the Marvel Universe. ... The Kree, also known as the Ruul, are a scientifically and technologically advanced militaristic alien race in the fictional Marvel Universe. ... For the NBA basketball player with the nickname, Agent Zero see, Gilbert Arenas David North (born Christoph Nord) is a mutant comic book character in the fictional Marvel Universe. ... This article is about the Marvel Comics character. ... Nefarius (real name Lloyd Bloch, also known as Moonstone), is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Paibok the Power Skrull is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Senor Muerte and Senor Suerte are aliases used by a number of fictional characters in the Marvel Universe. ... Hobgoblin is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... The Trapster is a fictional supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... 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History The immortal Gideon was a member of the Externals and was an enemy of X-Force before dying at the hands of Selene. ... Hercules is a fictional character, an Olympian demigod and superhero in the Marvel Comics Universe, based on the mythological demigod and hero called Herakles by the Greeks and Hercules by the Romans. ... This article is about the Silver/Modern Age Human Torch, Johnny Storm. ... Inertia is the name of two separate, but related superheroes from the fictional Marvel Universe. ... For the upcoming film and video game based on the superhero, see Iron Man (film) and Iron Man (video game). ... Karma (Xian Shan Coy Manh) is a fictional superheroine from Marvel Comics created by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller. ... The Living Tribunal is a fictional cosmic entity that appears in the Marvel Universe. ... Morg is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Scourge of the Underworld is the name of a series of fictional characters who have appeared in various series set in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Slapstick (Steve Harmon) is a Marvel Comics superhero created in the early nineties. ... Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel OHara) is a Marvel Comics superhero, a fictional character created by Peter David and Rick Leonardi in 1992. ... Warpath (James Proudstar), previously known as the second Thunderbird, is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superhero associated with the X-Men. ... Cover to Avengers #65. ... Aragorn is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... Blackheart is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Caliban is a mutant character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Monica Rambeau is a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, who has been a member of the Avengers under the aliases Captain Marvel and Photon. ... Cyber is a fictional character, a Marvel supervillain and enemy of Wolverine of the X-Men. ... Demogoblin is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Frank Drake is a fictional character appearing in Marvel Comics, most notably the Tomb of Dracula series created by Gerry Conway. ... 8-Ball (Jeff Hagrees[1]) is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe of comics. ... Frog-Man is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... Grizzly is the name of two fictional characters from the Marvel Comics universe. ... Jack of Hearts (Jack Hart) is a fictional character, a superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Lilith is the name of two fictional American comic book characters owned by Marvel Comics. ... For the rapper of Twiztid, see Jamie Spaniolo. ... Omega Red (Arkady Rossovich) is a comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe and a foe of the X-Men. ... The Punisher 2099 is a comic book series following the account of Jake Gallows a. ... Dr. Henry Hank Pym is a fictional, comic-book scientist and superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Replica is Skrull in the Earth 691 timeline of the fictional Marvel Universe, and is a devout member of the Universal Church of Truth. ... Rictor is a fictional character in the X-Men comic book series by Marvel Comics. ... Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida )) is a Marvel Comics superhero,and former member of the X-Men. ... For other uses, see Tigra (disambiguation). ... Wonder Man is a fictional character, a superhero and a long-time member of the Avengers that appears in the Marvel Universe. ... Cover to Avengers #65. ... The Beyonder is a fictional character in comic books published by Marvel Comics. ... Bloodaxe is a fictional character, a supervillain who fought Marvel Comics Thor. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... For the protagonists of the Adult Swim animated series Metalocalypse see Dethklok Deathlok (sometimes also referred to as Deathlok the Demolisher) is a Marvel Comics anti-hero, a cyborg, created by Rich Buckler and Doug Moench. ... This article is about the Marvel comics superhero. ... Doom is a Marvel Comics anti-hero featured in the Marvel 2099 comic book Doom 2099. ... Daimon Hellstrom, also known as the Son of Satan and Hellstorm, is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Kala is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... Lyja is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Magus is the name of two fictional characters in Marvel Comics universe. ... Polaris (Lorna Dane) is a Marvel Comics superhero, a member of the X-Men. ... Kevin MacTaggert, best known as Proteus and also called Mutant X, is a Marvel Comics character, associated with the X-Men. ... Ghost Rider is the name of several fictional supernatural anti-heroes in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Starhawk, the alter ego of Stakar Vaughn Ogord, and later Aleta Ogord, is the title given to agents of the Hawk God in the fictional Marvel Comics universe. ... Tamara Rahn is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... Thunderstrike is Kevin Masterson, a fictional character who appeared in Marvel Comics MC2 series A-Next. ... Turbo is the name of two fictional characters in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Weapon X is a fictional clandestine government project in the Marvel Universe conducted by the Canadian Governments Department K (and secretly funded by the U.S. government) which turns willing and unwilling beings into living weapons. ... Zero is a fictional android in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... Cover to Avengers #65. ... Ajax is the codename belonging to two different characters in Marvel Comics, one a God, the other a mercenary. ... For the other Marvel Comics character called Ms. ... Blackwing is the name of 2 Marvel Comics supervillains. ... Cerise is a fictional character, a superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Chance is the name of two unrelated fictional characters in the Marvel Universe. ... The Goddess was revealed to be the result of Adam Warlock expunging himself of his good and evil sides while he possessed the Infinity Gauntlet. ... Grizzly is the name of two fictional characters from the Marvel Comics universe. ... Morbius the Living Vampire (Michael Morbius) is a fictional comic book character from the Marvel Comics universe, intended as a tragic anti-hero with vampire-like powers that actually had a biochemical origin. ... For the Marvel Comics character with the same codename, see Sharon Ventura. ... Pyro (St. ... Ravage 2099 is a Marvel Comics superhero, a fictional character created by Stan Lee in 1992. ... Roma is a fictional character featured in numerous Marvel Comics titles. ... Siege is a fictional character in the Marvel comics Universe. ... Sunspot (Roberto Bobby da Costa) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superhero most commonly associated with X-Men-related groups the New Mutants and X-Force. ... Ultimo is a fictional giant robot in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Vanisher (Telford Porter) is a fictional character, a mutant supervillain of the Marvel Universe, who is an opponent of the X-Men. ... Emma Grace[1] Frost, formerly known as the White Queen, is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... Zarathos is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics series Ghost Rider. ...



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The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol. IV

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X-Men 2004 May 2004 48 $ 3.99
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Women of Marvel 2005 January 2005 48 $ 3.99
Marvel Knights 2005 February 2005 48 $ 3.99
X-Men - Age of Apocalypse 2005 March 2005 48 $ 3.99
Spider-Man 2005 April 2005 48 $ 3.99
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2 Benny Beckley to Crazy Eight February 2006 64 $ 3.99
3 Copperhead to Ethan Edwards March 2006 64 $ 3.99
4 Damon Dran to Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway April 2006 64 $ 3.99
5 Gorgon to Jury May 2006 64 $ 3.99
6 Justice to Marvel June 2006 64 $ 3.99
7 Victor Mancha to Phantazia July 2006 64 $ 3.99
8 Nekra to Quoi August 2006 64 $ 3.99
9 Puppet Master to Shamrock September 2006 64 $ 3.99
10 Shadowoman to Tara October 2006 64 $ 3.99
11 Stranger to Ultimo November 2006 64 $ 3.99
12 Ultra Girl to Arnim Zola December 2006 64 $ 3.99


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1 Amatsu-Kami to Walker January 2007 64 $ 3.99
2 Adam II to Zodiak May 2007 64 $ 3.99
3 Acts of Vengeance to Zodiac Key July 2007 64 $ 3.99
4 Aqueduct to Zaran October 2007 64 $ 3.99


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Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook April 2007 48 $ 3.99
Mystic Arcana: The Book of Marvel Magic May 2007 64 $ 3.99
The Mighty Avengers: Most Wanted Files June 2007 48 $ 3.99
World War Hulk: Gamma Files August 2007 48 $ 3.99
Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons, & Various Monstrosities September 2007 48 $ 3.99
Marvel Atlas #1 November 2007 64 $ 3.99
X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files December 2007 48 $ 3.99


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Ultimate Secrets January 2008 48 $ 3.99
Marvel Atlas #2 March 2008 64 $ 3.99
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  • All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Volume 1 Premiere HC (Hardcover) #1 (Marvel Comics, February 2008) 1602 A.D. to Blackwing (Manfredi)
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Marvel Files

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3 Hulk ISBN 0-7851-1164-6 June 2003 208 $ 19.99
4 Spider-Man ISBN 0-7851-1304-5 November 2003 240 $ 24.99
5 Marvel Knights ISBN 0-7851-1385-1 April 2004 240 $ 29.99
6 Fantastic Four ISBN 0-7851-1480-7 December 2004 240 $ 29.99




Hardcover books A hardcover (or hardback or hardbound) is a book bound with rigid protective covers (typically of cardboard covered with cloth, heavy paper, or sometimes leather). ... This article is about the comic book company. ... The International Standard Book Number, or ISBN (sometimes pronounced is-ben), is a unique[1] identifier for books, intended to be used commercially. ... Look up publication in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... The Avengers are a fictional superhero team appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. ... For other uses, see Fantastic Four (disambiguation). ... Cover art from Inhumans #1 (Nov 1998) by Jae Lee. ... MAX is an imprint of Marvel Comics for adult audiences, launched in 2001 after Marvel broke with the Comics Code Authority and established its own rating system. ... Spider-Man swinging around his hometown, New York City. ... The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes featured in Marvel Comics. ... The various characters of the Ultimate Marvel Universe, as seen on the cover of Ultimates (v2) #12. ... The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes featured in Marvel Comics. ... Incredible Hulk, The Hulk and The Incredible Hulk redirect here. ... Spider-Man swinging around his hometown, New York City. ... Cover art from Inhumans #1 (Nov 1998) by Jae Lee. ... For other uses, see Fantastic Four (disambiguation). ...


The Marvel Encyclopedia (One-Shot)

Title ISBN Month of Publ. Pages Orig. Price
The Marvel Encyclopedia ISBN 0-7566-2358-8 October 2006 352 $ 40.00


Hardcover books A hardcover (or hardback or hardbound) is a book bound with rigid protective covers (typically of cardboard covered with cloth, heavy paper, or sometimes leather). ... Dorling Kindersley (DK) is an international publishing company specialising in reference books for adults and children. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The International Standard Book Number, or ISBN (sometimes pronounced is-ben), is a unique[1] identifier for books, intended to be used commercially. ... Look up publication in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Official Marvel Indexes

See Official Marvel Index.


See also

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