Kurt Busiek's Astro City: Confession

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DC Comics, Jun 23, 1999 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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Brian Kinney struggles to become the sidekick to Astro City's vigilante, known as the Confessor, only to learn that his hero holds a dark secret.

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Review: Astro City, Vol. 2: Confession (Astro City #2)

User Review  - Shannon Appelcline - Goodreads

Busiek's first Astro City epic is an intriguing one, because he deftly threads together several major plotlines,then he subverts it all by largely summarizing the ending.If anything,the result feels ... Read full review

Review: Astro City, Vol. 2: Confession (Astro City #2)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

I'd liked Astro City, Vol. 1: Life in the Big City, but this one really stepped it up. In the intro to the first book, Kurt Busiek mentioned that a lot of time had been spent deconstructing superhero ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Multiple Eisner Award-winning superstar comics' writer Kurt Busiek has written everything from SUPERMAN to SPIDERMAN alongside his own creation, fan-favorite ASTRO CITY. In 2003, Busiek was picked by Marvel and DC to pen the best-selling JLA/AVENGERS crossover event; the first and only meeting between the two competing franchises. Daryl Gregory's first novel, PANDEMONIUM, appeared from Del Rey Books in 2008 and won the Crawford Award for 2009. It was also a finalist for several other awards, including the Shirley Jackson Award and the World Fantasy Award. His second novel, THE DEVIL'S ALPHABET, appeared in November, 2009, and was named one of the best books of the year by Publisher's Weekly. Scott Godlewski is co-creator of MYSTERIOUS ADVENTURE MAGAZINE and a freelance comic book illustrator and writer living in Mesa, Arizona.

Alex Ross first came to prominence as the illustrator of Marvels before producing the award-winning Kingdom come. With a graphic novel for Vertigo (Uncle Sam), several projects for Marvel Comics and six oversized graphic novels starring DC's iconic heroes (collected in The World's Greatest Heroes), he continues to bring comics to a broader audience. In 2003, Ross was the subject of a retrospective of his work for DC Comics, Mythology (Pantheon Books), written and designed by Chip Kidd.

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