When buying gifts for a friend who loves comics, you may find yourself wondering what exactly to get them. It's hard to know which issues they do or don't already own, and not all comic fans love Funkos. Thankfully, coffee table books about comics present a thoughtful and appealing option.
With gripping histories and vibrant illustrations, these comic-centered coffee table books make a fantastic addition to anyone's existing collection of coffee table reads. For a friend who loves comics, coffee table books about comics and comic art showcase all their favorite characters along with the illustrators and events that led to their creation.
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Dissecting the yin to the yang of your favorite heroes, Supervillains delves into DC's nastiest bad guys and the talented artists who brought them to life.
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Told from the point of view of Bruce Wayne himself, Anatomy of a Metahuman offers a look into the "science" behind your favorite DC heroes and villains.
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More than just a compendium of DC itself, DC Comics also covers the historical and cultural events that influenced the characters and storylines of the DC universe.
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To learn about all of Marvel's 1,200+ characters, you need a coffee table-sized book. Marvel Encyclopedia is that book.