Complete History of Marvel Comics

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Marvel Comics is an American comic book and It has been published by Marvel Entertainment, Inc. Most popular titles are Fantastic Four, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Daredevil, Thor, Captain America, and X-Men.

Marvel Comics was created by Martin Goodman in 1939. Before Marvel Comics was popular, they had a nice story when they came across this journey. Now, Let’s read the history of Marvel Comics. 

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When we look back at the last 10 years, MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) produced 18 films.

Who’s Moe Goodman?

Moe is the person for the reason we talk about Marvel and Avengers and Thanos. He is the founder of Marvel Comics. Story starts like this, Moe got married and we selected Europe for a honeymoon and returned back to America with comic books.  

Moe got married and went for a brief overseas honeymoon in Europe and returned to an America obsessed with the comic book. Moe saw this as a great market to tap into and decided to found Timely Comics.Moe identified, these comic books are a great market and he started Timely Comics. 

Timely Comics had been published and It was named as Marvel Comics Number 1.

It was so popular among the people and sold out 800,000 copies. Due to the big demand, The book has been reprinted again.

First attempt was successful and Moe decided to assign a large staff and started creating more content. The special thing is, creating comics was not an art for him. He considered it as a business.  

In the history of Marvel Comics, The most unforgettable person is Stan Lee. He was the master of a thousand cameos and the creator of many characters. Even though he has done so many things for comic books he was not famous.

Goodman selected Lee as an editor for Marvel Comics.  Lee was just nineteen when he joined with Goodman.

In the late 1990, the comic industry had a downward trend and due to this situation, the employees were leaving the company. Goodman tried so many times to change the way they did and worked for surviving. But all the struggles were useless.

Main reason for this failure was, even though their movies were doing really well, Marvel as a mother company did not generate money. This chance was taken by other studios, Specially Fox and Sony.

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