When James O'Barr poured the pain and anguish of a personal tragedy into the drawings that comprise The Crow, his intensely cathartic story of Eric-who returns from the dead to avenge his and his fiancée's murder at the hands of a street gang-resonated with readers around the world. The illustrated tale that became the "thrilling" (Los Angeles Daily News) and "spectacular" (Chicago Tribune) silver screen triumph was then presented in 2011 as an acclaimed expanded edition, reflecting the vision of the author's original intention, complete at last with thirty pages of additional artwork, an introduction by James O'Barr, and lost sequences restored using the artist's original technique.
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