DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore

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DC Comics, Jan 1, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 303 pages
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Written by Alan Moore Art by Jim Aparo, Jim Baikie, Brian Bolland, Paris Cullins, George Freeman, Dave Gibbons, Klaus Janson, Kevin O'Neill, Joe Orlando, George Perez, Kurt Schaffenberger, Curt Swan, Rick Veitch, Al Williamson and Bill Willingham Cover by Brian Bolland Don't miss this exhaustive collection featuring the World's Greatest Super-Heroes as interpreted by one of the most acclaimed authors in comics! The work of Alan Moore (WATCHMEN, V FOR VENDETTA, THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN) in the DCU during the 1980s is considered a benchmark for great stories with fresh approaches to iconic characters. Collected in this volume are all of Moore's Superman and Batman stories, including the long out-of-print "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" as well as, for the first time in trade paperback, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE (illustrated by Brian Bolland, who provides a new cover). This volume - which no comics fan should be without - collects stories from ACTION COMICS #584, BATMAN ANNUAL #11, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, DC COMICS PRESENTS #85, DETECTIVE COMICS #549-550, GREEN LANTERN #188, THE OMEGA MEN #26-27, SECRET ORIGINS #10, SUPERMAN #423, TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS ANNUAL #2 & 3, SUPERMAN ANNUAL #11 and VIGILANTE #17-18. On sale January 2

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Review: DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore

User Review  - Edward Cheer - Goodreads

Tons of great stories that Moore's written over the years. I liked mainly all of them. The ones I particularly wasn't fond of were the Superman stories. I did like "Man who has Everything", but I ... Read full review

Review: DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore

User Review  - Hannah Givens - Goodreads

I loved the creativity of these stories and it made me curious about some DC heroes I hadn't read before. Some of the stories were incomprehensible with no DC knowledge, though. Read full review

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