Starman: sins of the father

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DC Comics, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 160 pages
15 Reviews
Mist returns after many years to wage war against Ted Knight, the original Starman, by taking the life of his oldest son, which forces Ted's younger son, Jack, to seek revenge in the guise of a new Starman.

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Review: Starman, Vol. 1: Sins of the Father (Starman II #1)

User Review  - Alex Andrasik - Goodreads

Not my favorite. Art like a lumpy oil spill. Self-important writing; obviously an early-career effort. The letterer emphasizes weirdly. Read full review

Review: Starman, Vol. 1: Sins of the Father (Starman II #1)

User Review  - Matthew Axford - Goodreads

For a superhero comic I chose Starman: Sins of the Father by James Robinson. It's about a 1940 superhero called Starman who flies and uses cosmic energy as his power. This mostly focuses on him ... Read full review

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