Nice piece at School Library Journal about a bunch of the kids' books Disney/Marvel published to go along with the Avengers movie, including two I wrote:
multiple plot lines, the clearly written narrative presents a succinct
recounting of each hero's back story, highlights the efforts of Nick
Fury and his agents to recruit them, describes the particulars of Loki's
power play, and conveys the story's climax. Full- and double-page film
photos illustrate the tale, presenting both portrait-style close-ups and
explosive action scenes. The layout is attractive, with neatly designed
graphic backdrops, various font sizes and colors for the text, and
bright headings to help readers identify individuals and time periods. A
good choice for sharing aloud with younger movie fans and for perusal
by independent readers."
"Narrated in a conversational tone by Nick Fury, The S.H.I.E.L.D. Files
introduces each of the team members and their abilities with lively and
informal language (e.g., Hulk can "throw a truck like it's a baseball,
and he can stomp a tank in half")."