Silver Star: Graphite Edition

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TwoMorrows Publishing, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 157 pages
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  • Legendary artist Jack Kirby first conceptualized Silver Star in the mid-1970s as a movie screenplay, complete with illustrations to sell the idea to Hollywood. Too far ahead of its time for Tinseltown, Jack instead adapted his "Visual Novel" as a six-issue mini-series for Pacific Comics in the early 1980s, making it the last original creation of his career. Now, in Silver Star: Graphite Edition, "King" Kirby's final, great series is collected at last, this time reproduced from his powerful, un-inked pencil art! Read the complete story of Homo-Geneticus, the New Breed of humanity that spawns both hero (Silver Star) and villain (the nefarious Darius Drumm), leading to one of the most action-packed narratives and spellbinding climaxes ever conceived on a comics page!
 

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In this story from 1983-84, a late work from comics giant Kirby (cocreator of Captain America, the Fantastic Four, and many other heroes), rogue scientist Bradford "Cowboy" Miller has injected several ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
4
Darius Drumm
29
The Others
51
Satans Children
73
The World According To Drumm
95
The Angel Of Death
117
Silver Star SuperHero
139
Darius Drumm concept drawing 8
149
Convention sketch
157
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