Even to those who have read Robinson's "Starman" it'san interesting article, IMO *NT*
Posted by James Hunter on 6/9/2007, 6:04 pm, in reply to "Article on James Robinson's "Starman" series"
: Here's a nice article that gives you a good
: idea of what the book is about and gives a
: brief summary of the first five issues:
: If you haven't ever read James Robinson's
: Starman series, please give it a try. Jack
: Knight (the hero of the book), is my
: favorite Starman, and this series is one of
: the finest I've ever read.
: It is also one of the most realistic comic
: book series of all time. It has death,
: birth, conflict, and deep emotions with
: severe consequences that everyone in the
: real world can identify with.
: In addition, it isn't infinite like Superman
: and Spiderman, with stories that go on and
: on and on (not that there's anyting wrong
: with that). This series is much different,
: in that it has a definitive beginning,
: middle and end. A completed story that is
: rare in these days of the comic book
: If you do want to give it a try, I would
: highly recommend you start with Starman #0,
: not #1. Some fans have mistakenly bought
: issue #1 believing that it was the first
: issue of the series. It's not. Issue #0 is
: the first issue. You can also pick up the
: trades of the series as well, very cheaply
: on Ebay.
: So again, if you're a fan of great comics
: and you want to read something you haven't
: tried before, please give this series a
: shot. You won't be disappointed.
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