Creating the X-Men: How Comic Books Come to Life

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Dorling Kindersley Pub. Co., Oct 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Created with the full cooperation of Marvel Comics, Ultimate X-Men is the most comprehensive guide to the world's favorite mutant superheroes.

Creating the X-Men: How Comic Books Come To Life: Go behind the scenes to see how authors, illustrators, and layout artists create one of the most popular comic books ever.

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US Editor Gary Werner
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James Buckley, Jr. has written about sports for more than 15 years, including a stint as the editorial projects manager for Sports Illustrated. Today, he is the editorial director of the Shoreline Publishing Group, a book, magazine, and Web site editorial services company. Buckley also is the author of nearly 20 sports books for children, including DK's Eyewitness Baseball and four baseball-themed Dorling Kindersley Readers. He lives in Santa Barbara with his wife Patty and son Conor, a future Major League superstar.

Michael Teitelbaum has written hundreds of books for young readers, including tie-ins to "Star Wars, Jurassic Park, " and Disney Movies.