Starman Vol. 1
Publisher: Planeta DeAgostini
Edition language: Italian
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Series: Starman II Omnibus (#1)
I dunno...where am I going with this review? You know I loved this, cuz I gave it 4 and a half stars, man, and ma'am. I dunno: I guess this was sort-of like Ray Bradbury and Doug Moench getting asked to work up a Greatest American Hero premise--Ray brings the total love of nostalgia/memorabilia/an...
I came to comics, or at least mainstream comics, pretty late. My first comic was Crimson, the Wildstorm vampire story with Humberto Ramos on the art, and it wasn't until more than eight years after that that I finally delved into the worlds of DC and Marvel.After getting used to the idea of issues a...
I'd never read Starman before, but I'd heard a lot about it, all good. And it's all true. Starman is an oddly permanent fixture in the DCU. I've seen him, in the classic costume, in dozens of books, not really knowing who he was but still liking that very iconic, very visible costume. The costume is...
It has arrived! It's been years since I read these comics so it'll be like they're new again.Later:These comics are even better than I remembered. The thing that hooked me about Starman was that it was more than your average super hero comic. Starman isn't just about a super hero. It's primarily...
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