- Tapa dura: 32 páginas
- Editor: Katherine Tegen Books (1 de octubre de 2004)
- Colección: Byron Preiss Book
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0060565594
- ISBN-13: 978-0060565596
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Stan Lee's Superhero Christmas (Byron Preiss Book) (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 oct 2004
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When the evil Ice King makes a surprise appearance and captures Santa on the night before Christmas, it is up to the powerful Protector, his devoted wife, and their two children to find the magical man and save the holiday from ruin just in the nick of time.
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And when I have children of my own, I can give them a taste of Stan Lee magic towards the holidays.
"Those kids knew that their Daddy was a superhero but not their Mommy?"
"Why weren't those kids in bed? Santa won't come if they're awake."
"Why would Santa get a speeding ticket?"
Really, this story is very similar to Stan's mainstream superhero stories.
Incredible leaps over logic, one dimensional characters in a two dimensional world, unfunny witticisms...
And yet, SUPERHERO CHRISTMAS sticks with you, thanks in great part to the wonderful art of Tim Jessel. He brings believability to the preposterous story, just as Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others did back in the days of the Merry Marvel Marching Society.
Then too, consider this. Wouldn't someone who is superstrong (lifts a infinitely heavy bag full of toys), superfast (around the world in 24 hours), has small-sized sidekicks, and who believes in the goodness of man be a superhero? Why wouldn't fellow superheroes come to his rescue? And why wouldn't the heroes of last resort be the smallest and most powerless of all?
It all fits together, in some warm, wacky way.
Matthew agrees with that opinion. He wants me to read it again to him next Christmastime.
It's nice to see a book with both parents and kids who have a good relationship with those parents. Overall, a fun book sure to please anyone who likes caped crusaders!