Marvel is dissecting its heroes like never before in a new anatomy book that shows the unique insides of its most iconic characters.
Caveat! spoilers for Marvel Anatomy: A Scientific Study of the Superhuman by Marvel below.
Wonderful is dissecting its heroes and villains like never before, as the new book, Marvel Anatomy: A Scientific Study of the Superhuman will take a closer look at the guts of its most iconic characters. Marvel recently revealed a new title from Marc Sumerak, Daniel Wallace, and Jonah Lobe that will showcase the anatomy, from bones to muscles, and more, of their most unique comic creations.
Some incredible heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe have unique and different body structures and anatomies. For example, Wolverine’s bones are covered in adamantium, as his healing factor allows him to heal from serious injuries. Vision’s android body imagines what a human body would look like if it were made entirely of synthetic materials. Eddie Brock as the host of Venom creates a hideous combination of human and symbiote showing two active forms working together as one. Later this year, Marvel will release a new book that will take a closer look at some of their most incredible anatomies from across the universe.
wonder revealed Marvel Anatomy: A Scientific Study Of The Superhuman, a new book that will dissect and show the anatomy of some of its most iconic heroes. The book, by Marc Sumerak, Daniel Wallace, and Jonah Lobe, and published by Insight Editions, will be written from the perspective of the Black Panther and Shuri, who collect information in the name of scientific research and protect Wakanda. The book will feature over 100 incredible detailed anatomical illustrations of Lobe, with over 60 characters getting their own deconstructions.
Marvel showed off some brilliant illustrations and profiles that will appear in the anatomy book, including a closer look at the Red Hulk and what goes on inside his body that causes him to transform.
In a unique look at Jacosta, the android hero gets his own dissection showing off his unique internal build.
Meanwhile, for those curious about what the inside of The Thing is like, the book will dissect the Fantastic Four hero like never before.
Lastly, Venom dissects himself, revealing Eddie Brock inside the symbiote, as the anti-hero sticks out his long, disgusting tongue.
Dissecting the anatomy of some of Marvel’s greatest heroes and villains should make for excellent reading. Stunning illustrations and detailed articles will provide a closer look at what makes many of the publisher’s most iconic characters unique, showcasing them in a whole new way. Readers can obtain a copy of Marvel Anatomy: A Scientific Study of the Superhuman when it hits bookstores and comics in September.
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