One of the “big two” publishers in the comic book industry, Marvel Comics is an American media and entertainment firm.

The American business Marvel Entertainment, LLC (previously Marvel Enterprises and Toy Biz, Inc.) has its headquarters in New York City.

The company’s headquarters are in New York City,  San Francisco, London, and other international locations like Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Russia.

Martin Goodman, the publisher of pulp magazines, established the forerunner of Marvel Comics in 1939.

Superheroes went out of favor with comic book readers as the 1940s drew to an end, and Timely discontinued the final publication in this category in 1950.

Marvel underwent multiple ownership changes in the 1980s and 1990s until becoming a publicly traded business in 1991.

The corporation purchased Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion. Marvel Studios’ superhero cinematic continuity has made more than $22 million in its first ten years.

As of 2022, The estimated Marvel net worth, according to NetWorthSpot, is $116.4 million, despite the fact that this information is not publicly available.