(W) Steven T. Seagle (A/CA) Teddy H. Kristiansen
Written by Steven T. Seagle
Art and cover by Teddy Kristiansen
A softcover edition of the acclaimed VERTIGO hardcover that tells one of the most realistic Superman tales ever - without featuring Superman. Steve's given the dream assignment to write Superman, only he can't relate to a Man of Steel when his own fears of death haunt him. Explore the cultural significance of a comic-book icon as Steve comes to terms with Superman's cultural importance.
"...remarkable, genre-bending work..." -People Magazine
"...easily ranks with SPIRIT creator Will Eisner's memoirs...and Michael
Chabon's best-selling The Adventures of Kavalier and Clay." -USA Today
"Terrifically wry...deep thinking...this is something truly different."
-Entertainment Weekly, Editor's Choice
"...strikingly original..." -The New Yorker
"Magnificent" -St. Louis Dispatch
"...does something unique with the graphic novel, and it's well worth
the time of any reader..." -San Francisco Chronicle
Recommended on NPR's "Talk of the Nation"
In Shops: Feb 09, 2005