Spider-Man: Brand New Day: The Complete Collection Vol. 2

Marc Guggenheim (Text by (Art/Photo Books)) Dan Slott (Text by (Art/Photo Books))
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Product Details

Price
$39.99
Publisher
Marvel
Publish Date
August 09, 2016
Pages
512
Dimensions
6.8 X 0.9 X 10.3 inches | 1.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781302900632

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About the Author

Dan Slott is a comics writer best known for his work on series including DC's ARKHAM ASYLUM: LIVING HELL, and, for Marvel, THE AVENGERS and THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN.
Mark Waid is a New York Times-bestselling author whose work has appeared in countless languages across the globe. Over the course of his almost four decades in the comic book industry, Mark has developed characters and stories for Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, The Avengers, X-Men, Iron Man, Wonder Woman, Daredevil and almost every other franchise currently enjoying success across all media platforms. Kingdom Come, which he co-created for DC Comics, has become one of the highest-selling graphic novels in history. Many of the storylines and characters he wrote and created in his eight-year run on The Flash comic books can be seen every week on the current hit television show. He has written and edited over 2,000 comic titles and has received every major award in the industry.
Phil Jimenez (FB & Twitter: @Philjimeneznyc) is a Wizard, Diamond, and Inkpot Award-winning writer and artist who has worked for DC Comics and Marvel Comics for the past two decades. Best known for his work on New X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, Wonder Woman, Infinite Crisis, Otherworld, The Amazing Spider-Man, and most recently, the Fables spin-off Fairest, Jimenez has also worked in film (Spider-Man), television (Heroes), and print media (TV Guide, Elle). He has created large-scale artworks for schools and museums, including Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry; has lectured at universities and the Library of Congress on the topic of identity and diversity in entertainment; and has mentored young designers at the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Considered the most prominent gay creator in mainstream comics (Entertainment Weekly, Out), Jimenez also teaches life drawing at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.