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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: DC Comics; Auflage: Slp (1. November 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1401229174
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401229177
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,6 x 4,1 x 39,6 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.5 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 77.674 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Grant Morrison's credits include Arkham Asylum, JLA, Animal Man, Doom Patrol, The Invisibles and The Filth. Frank Quitely has won acclaim for his work on high-profile titles including We3, The Authority, and New X-Men. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von DonRupp am 10. Februar 2011
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All Star Superman ist vielleicht die beste und schönste Superman-Story, die je geschrieben worde.
Hier wird Superman endlich mal nicht nur als das Über-Wesen gezeigt, sondern als Mensch mit Gefühlen und Sorgen. Zudem wird die Geschichte mit viel Humor und sehr fantasievoll erzählt.
Die "Absolute"-Ausgabe ist genau der richtige Rahmen für diese besondere Geschichte.
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Von Oliver Wolter TOP 500 REZENSENT am 21. Februar 2012
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I really did like the drawing in this tome. Unlike many other cartoon tomes which label a nice scene on the outside and lame graphics throughout on the inside, this is of the highest quality from the first to the last page. Also the outer appearance comes along like a thing of wealth and nobility. It has an additional casing in which the book itself is covered. I really did like that.

The story has a lot of surprising elements and is in fact evolving. Nothing like these series where in fact nothing changes and everything by all means and purpose stays the same. Also the characters have depth and emotions which make them all the more believable and "human".
Of course the fact in a sience fiction novel can never be completely right and to apply logic to them spoils the fun. Still I wonder why they state wrong facts. Like for example that the earth fits into the sun 333.000 times - "and I just looked it up", states the character. In fact 1.300.000 is the correct number. Why would someone look it up and then state a completely wrong number. Well, I just wondered why such a needless mistake, because it added nothing to the storyline? Lack of thoroughness on the authors side, is my guess. But this just on the side.
So while these tome has a lot of going for it, still I somehow lost the feeling for it. And don't know why and can't explain properly but I found myself the third time trying to get it going - and I quit. I guess for some reason, I just can't relate to the storyline in the way which is necessary to get me glued.
Also the paintings are rather large and you find yourself flipping through the pages rather quickly, because of that. So despite the dimension of this tome the storyline behind it comparatively small.
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The greatest superman story ever told. Seriously. 30. August 2012
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One of many absolute edition reviews i made, largely so you can get a feel for the look of the book as well as its bonus features. my vids are mostly about the particular addition, with minimal critique of the story/art itself.
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Absolutely stellar!! 9. November 2010
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I regard this series as probably the best comic series of the past decade, and perhaps the best Superman series ever. It must be said, I'm not normally that much of a Superman fan, not, because the character is a goody, goody, boy scout type character, something which most critics of the character seem to constantly bemoan, but rather because I think most everything that can be done with the oldest and most recognisable superhero in all of fiction, has been done. Grant Morrison proves however, that there is life in the old dog yet!

Morrison gives us a refreshing view on Superman for the new millenium, a character who has a universal philosophy and lives by it, spinning a story that draws from classic myth, modern philosophy as well as the superhero Gold and Silver Comic Ages. Just as Jesus was an inspiration for an entire religion, the Superman in this book is meant as a modern day, non-religious, messianic inspiration, the ideal human, perfect in philosophy and action, and something we should all aspire to.

This actual absolute edition, is beautifully packaged with a new cover by Quietly, in an oversized format, I've fallen in love with this work all over again. I'm not one to spend money repeatedly on the same piece of work, but the fact that I own all of the original comics as well as the two hardbound volumes and now this Absolute edition, perhaps indicates just how much I care for this work.

While an oversized representation of the original material would have been enough for me, the true treasure, perhaps as per all Absolute editions, is the additional sketches, anecdotes and write-ups that Morrison and Quitely offer us at the back of the book. Through these, the reader is given a more holistic understanding of what Morrison was trying to achieve here, and while not everything is spelled out for us, the additional background material only enhances the enjoyment of this tragic tale.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough!
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Plain and simply: a great book. 23. November 2010
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STORY: Rightly considered to be among the best Superman stories ever published, "All-Star Superman" manages to be self-contained, yet open-ended...making for a very satisfying experience. Grant Morrison's writing almost always overflows with creativity, yet sometimes falls into the trap of being incoherent; "All-Star Superman" deftly avoids that trap, all the while bursting with cool ideas. The only downside: such a bombardment of concepts may bewilder newcomers and casual fans, and the story assumes at least a basic foreknowledge of Superman and his traditions.

ART: Frank Quitely (enhanced by Jamie Grant) is a master of capturing moments of action while never feeling static. His work conveys a magnificent sense of motion, which makes this comic fun and exciting to read. Quitely also builds in tons of background detail, rewarding close attention and future reading. His faces are sometimes inconsistent, but never to the point of making it difficult to identify characters. And his sense of pacing perfectly complements Morrison's story, rocketing along while allowing the reader to linger as necessary. Top-notch art, to be sure.

PRESENTATION: The "Absolute" format is perfect for this material. The expansive trim-size and stout, coated paper-stock practically suck the reader into the artwork. Sewn-signature binding allows the hefty book to lay relatively flat, ensuring that nothing important is hidden in the spine-edge (the iconic double-page introductory shot of Superman flying near the Sun looks SPECTACULAR).

A snazzy dust-jacket features new art from Quitely, while the paper-over-board casebinding showcases the well-known Superman-resting-on-a-cloud over Metropolis cover from issue one (the Neil Adams variant is included inside). My only minor complaint is that the spine-design of the slipcase is somewhat boring.

The collection is rounded out by a bonus-features section, with sketchbook work from both Morrison and Quitely, and text-pieces which serve to flesh out the characters and concepts (some of which are merely fascinating background details). This shows just how much material Morrison bakes into his storytelling, though admittedly some of these ideas get lost in the story itself.

BOTTOM LINE: This format has breathed new life into "All-Star Superman," already a great comic. The Absolute edition of this story has already become one of my prized possessions. Even if you already have the individual issues (or even the smaller hardcovers), this collection is worth every penny.
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Quite possibly the greatest Superman story ever told 12. November 2010
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Grant Morrison's All-Star Superman quite simply may be the greatest Superman story ever told, period. Created under DC's continuity-free All-Star bannar (which also produced Frank Miller's craptastic All-Star Batman & Robin), All-Star Superman presents a tale of the Man of Steel as his greatest enemy Lex Luthor has finally found a way to do the previously unthinkable: kill him. Now, Superman's time is running out and he knows it, but that doesn't stop him from admitting his love and identity to Lois Lane, interacting with the Supermen of the distant future, and concluding with a final showdown with a super-powered Lex. What makes All-Star Superman so good is the fact that Morrison is free to tell a truly fantastical story featuring a truly fantastical character, and the story as a whole carries a sense of awe and wonder unlike any Superman story has in decades. This is made all the better thanks to the stunning artwork of the great Frank Quitely, whose cinematic renderings are an amazing sight to behold. Finally collected in a beautiful Absolute edition, All-Star Superman may very well be the best thing to come out of DC this decade, and saying that it's a Superman story for the ages is a massive understatement indeed.
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A Superman tome worthy of the Absolute treatment 10. Februar 2011
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There really was no rational reason for me to purchase this. I already owned the story and read it through at least half a dozen times. Still, I was intrigued by the new artwork that graces the book jacket. I was interested in seeing what the extras in the book would provide.

So this review is tailored for the people who have already read the story (which I do consider to be the best Superman has had). My opinion of the story in a nutshell is all thriller, no filler.

This is my first Absolute book. The artwork is splendid. I was impressed with Quitely's work beforehand but the larger format really brings it to life. It was like looking at the stuff for the first time again. The details are more fleshed out and vibrant. I'd recommend it on what the "oversized" format does for the artwork alone.

I love the presentation of the book. The slipcase is a blown up and split graphic of the 10th issue cover where Superman benevolently gazes down on a basketball-sized Earth. The book jacket cover is the image displayed as the default here on Amazon, the back is the full page shot of Lois kissing Superman on the moon. And the hardback cover itself is the cover of the first issue with Superman lounging in the clouds over Metropolis, while the back is one of the panels in the book with Lois and Superman flying with a dot matrix look. As far as the interior goes I had no issues seeing spread shots that could've easily (and carelessly) been buried in the spine of the book.

And then the extras. There's background information on major and minor characters. There are some details I would have had no idea of their place in the story without this addition. Which makes me wonder what more was left out. I was a little disappointed after reading an online 10 part interview with the writer, Grant Morrison, where he'd talked at length about things he skims over in this content. I was hoping for as thorough an examination and his personal insight on the character and importance of events in the story. There are some really great sketches included.

It's a great story in the gold standard format of comic book collections. Highly recommended even if it isn't your first go round.
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