Tråd: Superman roman af Roger Stern

Den kendte tegneserie forfatter Roger Stern har begået en roman om stålmanden:

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Death and Life of Superman: A Novel -- FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY AUTHOR (ISBN : 055309582X / 0-553-09582-X)
Stern, Roger
Libraire: Yesterday's Muse
(Webster, NY, U.S.A.)

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Description du livre: Bantam Spectra, 1993. Hard Cover. État : Good. Etat de la jaquette : Good. First Edition. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY AUTHOR (For Chris! Best, Roger Stern) on front free endpaper. Stern's signature is quite rare, and a very desirable find for all comic book enthusiasts, especially fans of the Man of Steel. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING HARDCOVER. Full number line on copyright page (0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1) as required, $19.95 list price on dust jacket flap. Binding tight, pages bright, dust jacket looks great under fresh mylar. Light stain on cover spine and base of last few pages. Brick red boards with black cloth spine, gold lettering on spine, plain white endpapers. On November 18, 1992, the news of Superman's death stunned the world. The issue of Superman that chronicled the Man of Steel's final battle with the monster called Doomsday made headlines all over the world and sold four million copies in a matter of days, making it the fastest-selling comic book of all time. No one suspected at the time that the story of Superman's death would soon be eclipsed. by the incredible news of his return. Yet in all the excitement and fanfare surrounding the spectacular revelations of Superman's death -- and life -- many questions have remained unanswered. Until now. In this new novel Roger Stern -- author of the Superman: The Man of Steel Sourcebook and writer for Action Comics, the oldest comic-book series in the world and the longest-running of the four monthly Superman comics -- utilizes details available nowhere else to reveal the complete story of the events leading up to Superman's tragic end and the extraordinary occurrences that followed. Here for the first time is the story behind the story of the cataclysmic battle with Doomsday and the dark days following Superman's funeral when all the world stood still; of the mysterious Superman sightings in the skies above Metropolis; and of the fate of Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Ma and Pa Kent, Justice League America, and the others involved in this magnificent drama. Here, too, is the truth about the four superbeings who simultaneously appeared in the city shortly after the Man of Steel's death to usher in the Reign of the Supermen, each claiming to be the true last son of Krypton. With never-before-published background material and exploring the story of Superman's battle with Doomsday, his death, and his return to life on Earth in greater detail and depth than possible in any other form, The Death and Life of Superman offers an exclusive inside look at the man, the legend, and the comics story of the decade. Roger Stern is a veteran writer with more than seventeen years' experience in the comics industry. Among the titles he has scripted are Action Comics, Alan Scott: Green Lantern, Power of the Atom, and the text for a series of ninety trading cards produced by SkyBox commemorating the death of Superman, all for DC Comics. He has also scripted The Amazing Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, Captain America, and Fantastic Four, for Marvel Comics, and has written the Superman: The Man of Steel Sourcebook for Mayfair Games, and several graphic novels, including Superman for Earth. "Roger Stern (born September 17, 1950) is an American comic book author and novelist. In the early 1970s, Stern and Bob Layton published the fanzine CPL (Contemporary Pictorial Literature), one of the first platforms for the work of John Byrne. Stern broke into the industry in 1975 as part of the Marvel Comics "third wave" of creators, which included artists Byrne and Frank Miller, and writers Jo Duffy, Mark Gruenwald and Ralph Macchio. Stern worked briefly as an editor (notably on The Uncanny X-Men), but is better known for a brief run with John Byrne on Captain America and for his lengthy stints on The Amazing Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and The Avengers. In 1982, he co-created Marvel's second Captain Marvel and the Hobgoblin, both with artist John Romita Jr. In 1984, Stern co-created the Avengers spin-off West Coast Avengers, with artist Bob Hall. In 1987, after a dispute with editor Mark Gruenwald over upcom. Signed by author. N° de réf. du libraire 033614

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Sv: Superman roman af Roger Stern

Haha, "begått" en roman. Det kanske är korrekt danska(?), men på svenska begår man mest brott och myteri m.m.

Ethno-postmodernism in an Albert Speer pattern dominates.