Kurt Busiek's Astro city: family album

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DC Comics, Jun 23, 1999 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 224 pages
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Every family has treasured memories... and isn't that what a family album is for? You're invited to share in some of Astro City's greatest memories - from the wonder and terror experienced by a family new in town, to a world-famous super-hero's first day

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Review: Astro City, Vol. 3: Family Album (Astro City #3)

User Review  - Tazio Bettin - Goodreads

I found this one rather dull compared to the others. It didn't leave anything to me. But then again, I may have read it in the wrong moment. It took me forever to finish it and maybe I'll give it another read in more serene times. Read full review

Review: Astro City, Vol. 3: Family Album (Astro City #3)

User Review  - Maria Kramer - Goodreads

Another great volume! I liked the story of Junkman - a genius gadgeteer, fired for being too old who becomes a supervillain who makes things out of junk. Another good one was the story of hero Jack in ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Busiek is known for his talent for bringing humanity and realist to the larger than life heroes of the Marvel Universe. His credits include AVENGERS: ULTRON IMPERATIVE and AVENGERS: SUPREME JUSTICE, as well as the award-winning MARVELS and ASTRO CITY.

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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