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Discover the origins, secrets, and nefarious schemes of the most powerful and corrupt villains in the DC Universe in this lavishly illustrated visual history. As any comics fan knows, a Super Hero is nothing without a worthy foe to battle. For every Batman there has to be a super-villain like The Joker, and for every Superman a Lex Luthor. This deluxe book celebrates nearly Discover the origins, secrets, and nefarious schemes of the most powerful and corrupt villains in the DC Universe in this lavishly illustrated visual history. As any comics fan knows, a Super Hero is nothing without a worthy foe to battle. For every Batman there has to be a super-villain like The Joker, and for every Superman a Lex Luthor. This deluxe book celebrates nearly eighty years of compellingly corrupt characters from the DC Universe’s remarkable gallery of super-villains. From the Penguin to Harley Quinn and Doomsday to General Zod, DC Comics: Super-Villains explores the story of these beloved baddies through new interviews with acclaimed writers and artists, including Jim Lee, Mike Carlin, Dan DiDio, and Chuck Dixon. Charting the dynamic way in which DC Comics evildoers have evolved throughout the years, the book brings together the very best super-villain art from the DC Comics archives. Also featuring a foreword by filmmaker and comic book writer Kevin Smith, and an exclusive cover illustrated by acclaimed artist Phil Jimenez, DC Comics: Super-Villains is the ultimate celebration of the nefarious DC Comics characters that fans love to hate.


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Discover the origins, secrets, and nefarious schemes of the most powerful and corrupt villains in the DC Universe in this lavishly illustrated visual history. As any comics fan knows, a Super Hero is nothing without a worthy foe to battle. For every Batman there has to be a super-villain like The Joker, and for every Superman a Lex Luthor. This deluxe book celebrates nearly Discover the origins, secrets, and nefarious schemes of the most powerful and corrupt villains in the DC Universe in this lavishly illustrated visual history. As any comics fan knows, a Super Hero is nothing without a worthy foe to battle. For every Batman there has to be a super-villain like The Joker, and for every Superman a Lex Luthor. This deluxe book celebrates nearly eighty years of compellingly corrupt characters from the DC Universe’s remarkable gallery of super-villains. From the Penguin to Harley Quinn and Doomsday to General Zod, DC Comics: Super-Villains explores the story of these beloved baddies through new interviews with acclaimed writers and artists, including Jim Lee, Mike Carlin, Dan DiDio, and Chuck Dixon. Charting the dynamic way in which DC Comics evildoers have evolved throughout the years, the book brings together the very best super-villain art from the DC Comics archives. Also featuring a foreword by filmmaker and comic book writer Kevin Smith, and an exclusive cover illustrated by acclaimed artist Phil Jimenez, DC Comics: Super-Villains is the ultimate celebration of the nefarious DC Comics characters that fans love to hate.

30 review for DC Comics: Super-Villains: The Complete Visual History

  1. 4 out of 5

    Viktória Larišová

    Ok, one big question first - where the heck is the Mad Hatter? Answer: Nowhere in this book. Another issues I had with this "guide" were mostly revolving around my personal disinterest in DC universe apart from Batman's stories circle (#readitonlyfortheroguegallery, no shame). But then again, objectively speaking, I don't think this book would be really helpful as an encyclopedic quide to DC villains - it rellies heavily on reader's prior (at least basic) knowledge of DC heroes, their team-ups and Ok, one big question first - where the heck is the Mad Hatter? Answer: Nowhere in this book. Another issues I had with this "guide" were mostly revolving around my personal disinterest in DC universe apart from Batman's stories circle (#readitonlyfortheroguegallery, no shame). But then again, objectively speaking, I don't think this book would be really helpful as an encyclopedic quide to DC villains - it rellies heavily on reader's prior (at least basic) knowledge of DC heroes, their team-ups and fights on overall level. Plus, it doesn't even work as a "visual history" for me - the visuals are not the greatest, nor the most characteristic, I suppose. Or maybe it's just me.

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    Gina Boddie

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    Dominic Garvin

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    Tina Sorensen

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    Kevin

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    Michael Grassi

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