Secret Identities: Asian-American Superhero Anthology

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Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology contains over 200 pages of stories about Asian superheroes in an attempt to remedy the lack of such characters in comics.

Unlike The Darker Mask, which was text, this book is comic stories. As with any anthology, the quality depends on the contributors, and the list is impressive.

You can keep up with preview videos (animated versions of some of the stories) and other promotion at the book’s blog, or read a preview PDF that explains the book’s purpose at the official website. It’s due out in April. The Diamond order code is JAN09 4645.


3 Responses to “Secret Identities: Asian-American Superhero Anthology”

  1. Dana Vinke Says:

    On Saturday, May 30, 2009 from 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM The Torrance Public Library will host the editors of Secret Identities: Asian-American Superhero Anthology, Jeff Yang, Parry Shen, Keiko Agena, Keith Chow and Jerry Ma. Each will discuss their new anthology, screen a short film, be available to answer questions and sign copies of their book.

    Please contact me for more information.

    Dana Vinke | Reference Services Supervisor | Torrance Public Library | 3301 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503 |310.618.5974 voice | 310.618.5942 FAX | dvinke@torrnet.com | http://www.library.torrnet.com

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