If you liked Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, you might like:
First introduced in 2015, Ms. Marvel, like most superheroes, suffers a bizarre and traumatic experience which both grants her extraordinary powers and scars her for life. Unlike most superheroes, she’s a high school student – and also a Pakistani-American Muslim. If you like your entertainment splashy and colorful, and your heroes both funny and complicated, Ms. Marvel is for you.
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon
A beautiful, masterful work of fiction, Kavalier and Clay is the story of two cousins, one a magician and the other an artist, who together invent a comic book hero just when America and the Jewish people need him most – in the wake of the Nazi conquest of Europe. Josef escapes Prague but must leave his family behind; Brooklyn-born Sammy has his own secrets; both must struggle with the demons of their age. Full of epic storytelling, gorgeous detail, and heartbreaking humanity, Kavalier and Clay is an American classic that celebrates the power of all kinds of storytelling.
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Marvel Comics: The Untold Story by Sean Howe
A behind-the-scenes history of Marvel Comics, arguably one of the most influential entertainment behemoths of the last two decades and the birthplace of both Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War. Sean Howe’s Marvel Comics introduces the reader to comic book pioneer Stan Lee (whose cameos in all Marvel films are the stuff of legend) and his erstwhile partners Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, and tells the story of how Marvel went from unloved underdog to pop culture juggernaut.
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