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All Star Superman VOL 01 (All Star Superman (Quality Paper)) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Grant Morrison
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2. September 2008 All Star Superman (Quality Paper) (Buch 1)
Written by Grant Morrison Art and cover by Frank Quitely The amazing creative team of Grant Morrison (BATMAN) and Frank Quitely (WE3) create a new vision of the World's First Super-Hero! Now in trade paperback, this volume collects the first six issues of the acclaimed series and features Lex Luthor, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane, Bizarro, and more! Advance-solicited; on August 20 - 160 pg, FC, $12.99 US


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  • Taschenbuch: 160 Seiten
  • Verlag: DC Comics (2. September 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 140121102X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401211028
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 14 - 17 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,9 x 16,8 x 1 cm
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The bestselling and critically acclaimed creative team of Grant Morrison ("The Invisibles", "JLA") and Frank Quitely ("We3", "JLA: Earth 2") bring their unique vision to the Man of Steel! Following a desperate mission to rescue a team of astronauts from the Sun, Superman's whole body is super-charged with solar power - to the point where it will kill him! Now the world's greatest superhero must set his affairs in order, beginning by telling Lois Lane the truth about Clark Kent's secret identity! Packed with beautiful artwork, thrilling ideas and senses-shattering plots, this is a definitive take on Superman, presented by two of comics' finest creators! -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Grant Morrison is one of comics' greatest innovators. His long list of credits includes Batman: Arkham Asylum, JLA, Seven Soldiers, Animal Man, Doom Patrol, The Invisibles and The Filth. He is currently writing Batman, 52 and All-Star Superman. Frank Quitely has won acclaim for his work on high-profile titles including We3, JLA: Earth 2, The Authority, and New X-Men. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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All Star Superman sammelt die ersten 6 (von 12) Heften der neuen Supermanserie von Morrison/Quitely, die ausserhalb der normalen Continuity der Hauptserie stehen.

Die Zeichnungen von Quietley sind gewohnt routiniert und detailliert, und die Geschichten von Morrison sind wie immer: voller schräger Ideen und überraschender Wendungen, dazu in einem knappen, präzisen Stil erzählt. Man muss - anders als bei vielen Comics - sehr genau darauf achten, was in jedem Panel passiert, weil einem sonst ein Teil der Geschichte entgeht.

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Was macht Superman zu Superman?
Als wir jung waren und Supie uns das erste mal begegnete, war es klar:
Da ist einer, der stark ist und fliegen kann und das Gute tut und dafür von allen geliebt und bewundert wird. Genauso, wie wir es auch gern wären!
Und genau wie Clark Kent hat uns das alles niemand zugetraut.
Und dann wurden wir erwachsen und es war klar, wie pupertär und albern dieses Vorbild doch ist. Und es war klar, wie einfach es doch ist, als der stärkste und der beste und der moralischste Mensch der Welt geliebt zu werden. (Wenn wir geliebt werden, dann nicht wegen unserer übermenschlichen Stärke, sondern trotz oder wegen unserer Schwächen.) So einfach ist das alles.
Und jetzt kommen die Schotten Grant Morrison & Frank Quitley daher und stellen das alles auf den Kopf!
Was Superman so super macht, ist hier vor allem seine Menschlichkeit, seine Opferbereitschaft und seine Selbstlosigkeit. Eigenschaften, die er schon immer hatte, aber noch nie so sehr in den Vordergrund gestellt wurden.
Und Supermans Welt ist hier nicht nur Metropolis, der Daily Planet und muskelprotzende Supertaten, sondern auch eine Welt, in der der Kryptonier unablässig mit der bizarren Realität eines Außerirdischen konfrontiert ist.
Story und Bilder stellen hier ein absolut lesenswertes Meisterwerk für Erwachsene dar, und wie mein "Vorschreiber" schon bemerkte: Aufmerksam lesen und betrachten, sonst verpasst man was!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen All Star Vergnügen 14. Februar 2011
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Mit Alan Moores "Whatever happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" zählt Grant Morrisons Epos zu den mit Abstand packendsten, ergreifendsten und schlichtweg besten Geschichten, die je über SUPERMAN verfasst wurden.
Absolut emmpfehlenswert, vor allem für Zweifler, welche in SUPERMAN ausschließlich den langweiligen blauen Pfadfinder sehen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A nod to the Silver age with modern relevance 25. April 2007
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This hardcover collects the first six issues of the best-selling All Star Superman line of comics. It is written by Grant Morrison (Doom Patrol, JLA) and superbly illustrated by Frank Quietly (WE3, New X-Men, JLA: Earth 2).

The All-Star line of comics is sort of like the "ultimate" version of marvel comics, where decades old characters are free from continuity and the authors can write the character in a new direction. And this writer and artist team does that in spades. The first story deals with Superman being over-exposed to the Sun (courtesy of Lex Luthor) and is dying slowly. The second story deals with Superman taking Lois to the Fortress of Solitude. The third deals with two other super-powered being vying for Lois' affection. The fourth deals with Jimmy Olsen gaining superpowers. The fifth deal with Clark Kent interviewing Luthor is prison and a prison-break is on the way (my favorite). And the sixth story deals with Clark coming to term with his father, Jonathan Kent's death.

All these stories have a fun and nostalgic feel to them and is clearly a nod to the silver age of comics where every month, Jimmy got a new power, or Lois trying to marry Superman, etc. But at the same time, it is written in such a way that it is still relevant to the modern times. Yes, there is nostalgia and silver age goofiness but no, you will not be turned off by it and instead will enjoy it.

As far as the art goes, Quietly can do no wrong. His work is extremely detailed. I love his portrayal of Clark who seems like a pudgy, accident-prone and clumsy individual (which is spot on with Morrison's characterization).

All is all, one of the best Superman collections in recent years. The stories are pretty self-contained and are a joy to read. Highest possible recommendation.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen WORST SUPER-MAN BOOK NEVER: A BIZARRO REVIEW 21. Juli 2007
Von M. Cook - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Me am so mad at Grant Morrison for drawing such a bad book. And me no pleased that Frank Quitely not decide to write! This is surely not worst ever book that not star Me Bizarro's least hated hero, Lex Luthor, world's most hairiest man! The sight of seeing Superman walking in space with moon behind him is such a wretched piece of art that me not have it framed and wear around me's neck! It is really boring story that not serve to show that Spider-Man really am biggest DC Villain of No-Time! Lois Lane surely am ugly man and Jimmy Olsen is the real star of the whole story! Perry White not edit well world's least read newspaper, Daily Planet. This whole story is one big hoax. Everybody know that Superman is already dead, so him no in danger of living long life! Hooray!
TRANSLATED: this is, as Grant Morrison put it, "a love letter to Superman". Nothing else really need be said. I simply cannot wait until this entire run is collected into an ABSOLUTE EDITION.
Some criticism has been levelled at this book about it not being spectacular enough (read: action-heavy) and "too Silver Age" , but that is to miss the point. It's obvious that Grant has chosen to tell his story a particular way, focusing less on the "bigger" aspects of normal superhero comics and more on the quieter, introspective aspects of the Superman-verse.
I particularly love the sequence in issue 1 where Clark is late to a meeting and Grant/Frank depict his saving the boy and dog from the oncoming truck, to then "saving" Steve from scolding himself with coffee to Clark's classic line: "Working on my suntan, Chief?" Brilliant! No, actually, make that -- "SUPER!"
I am in awe!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ultimate Superman! 4. März 2007
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If uyou're like me, you're tired of the Peter Parker treatment for Superman. You want the mythic, epic, ultimate superhero to receive the type of treatment he deserves. Well, look no further.

This combines the nostalgia of the 60's Weisinger era and Morrison's bold science fiction concepts and blends them into a seamless whole. What's great is that each chapter is a roughly self contained story, making this perfect for casual reading. Morrison not only manages to play with classic elements of the Superman mythos, but add a poignant emotional core to each story while providing us with the all out Superman action we've been dying for. In addition to the spot on characterization of Superman, we'vre got the best Lex Luthor of all time-- Hannibal Lector like in his chilling, cool demeanor, you'll believe a small bald man can be a worthy foe to the most powerful man in the world.

And, let's not forget the art. Frank Quitely has taken the charm of the greats such as Swan or Romita SR, with his clean, crisp linework and given it a quirky, surreal quality with his unusual figurework and faces. You're not walking into the regular world that happens to have Superman--you're walking into another dimension, an epic fantasy world not unlike Never Never Land or Tolkien's Middle Earth. The odd machines, the wild creatures--not since John Byrne has Superman had such a defintive artist.

Sorry to blather on like this, but Superman is my favorite character and the only ones of the modern era who have come close are John Byrne's run and Alan Moore's Supreme. For a Superman starved fan, this is a blessing.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The best Superman has to offer 19. April 2007
Von E. David Swan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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For the last year or so I have been searching for THE great Superman story. Superman is an exceedingly difficult character to write and the best stories tend to focus less on physical conflicts and more on emotional. After all, Superman is nigh on to a god. Birthright was ok but my favorite was probably Red Son despite the fact that it was a one shot Elseworlds story. All-Star Superman is clearly a non-canonized storyline but it is a stellar effort and my new favorite comic. Bravo to Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely for creating an extremely pleasing and creative tale. The story reminded me of Alan Moore's short stint at writing The Supreme, a blatant and generic rip-off of Superman that only shined thanks to Mr. Moore's phenomenal talent. Comparing a writer to Alan Moore is the best compliment I can give.

The All-Star Superman is more futuristic than the regular canonized character. It borders on fantasy but when you get down to it Superman is a fantasy character. My perception is likely influenced by Frank Quitely's art which has a very dreamy, surreal quality with a fairly whimsical style and lots of soft pastel colors. Check out the cover with Superman sitting on a cloud. That's a pretty good reflection of the art you'll find inside. The classic Superman characters have all been altered somewhat. In one story Jimmy Olson has to take on a black kryptonite infected Superman and uses a serum to change himself into a brutish beast with crystals jutting from his hands and face particularly around his mouth and eyes. The development of the serum was referred to as the DOOMSDAY project. There are also some new characters including various incarnations of Superman from the future.

I found Superman Returns to be a visually stunning but ultimately disappointing movie. Little did I know that the best Superman had to offer was right there in the comics. As a non canonized tale All-Star Superman frees up the writer to explore Superman without constraint. The giant key to Superman's Fortress of Solitude has been replaced by a regular sized key. It just happens to be forged from the material of a white dwarf star and weighs several thousand tons. One of my favorite parts is a lengthy interview of Lex Luthor by Clark Kent where he explains the motivation behind his hatred of Superman. If you're a fan of Superman this is the one to get. In my thirty plus years of collecting this is as good as Superman gets.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Superman the way he was always meant to be! 27. Juni 2007
Von HJ Louw - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Simply put, All-Star Superman Vol.1 collects the best Superman stories I have ever read, unless Grant Morrison shines even brighter in upcoming issues. Volume 1 collects the first six issues of the series and every story is a gem spanning one issue each. All-Star Superman is set in a world that is totally free from DC continuity, and this gives Morrison the freedom to do what he likes and to really unchain his fecund imagination to deliver ideas and plotlines that stagger even the most intellectual reader. Usually of a mystical disposition, Morrison succeeds in imbuing these stories with a mythology that brings to mind the Superman of the sixties, but with noticeable differences. Sure, the fortress of solitude is still there (I am still waiting for the bottle-city of Kandor to make an appearance), but the gigantic golden key (pre-Crises, before the DC universe was re-vamped) has been replaced with a normal-sized key that weights thousands of tons as it is composed of super-dense dwarf matter. The superman-robots also make appearances, yet they have been altered by Morrison and the stunning art of Frank Quitely to serve as Superman's servants and fellow lab assistants, and not just stand-ins for Superman whenever Clark has to make an appearance alongside his alter-ego. That's another part I fell in love with all over again: the fact that Superman possesses a super-intellect in addition to his physical abilities (a concept largely forgotten after the John Byrne re-imagining of the Man of Steel in the eighties) and this allows for all manner of insane events and mind-shattering inventions that cause unbelievable havoc every now and then. Another fine addition to the all-star mythos is the League of Supermen which consists of Supermen from different eras (all decendents of the first Superman) and how they protect the timestream from menaces like 'the Chrono-vore,' a being that eats a few seconds of your life. Sure, Morrison portrays Superman as almost almighty, but the reader does get a sense of the crisis to the overall story when the very first issue reveals that Superman is perhaps a little bit more mortal than we think after he is exposed to an enormous amount of solar rays. This forms the entire basis for the series, even forcing Superman to reveal something to Lois which he never would have done otherwise. One of the stories stood out above all the others though, and it bears mention, simply because it stamps Morrison's signature on one of the greatest Supervillians of all time: Lex Luthor. Clark is sent on assignment to interview Luthor on Death Row, and what follows is a hillarious but also shocking tale of escape and insight as Luthor and Clark flee from a crazed Parasite. Luthor's brilliant dialogue ("Did you know Melville's Moby Dick can be recited at frequencies so high that they form a sonic drill capable of digging through concrete?") and insane ego shines brilliantly in this issue, appropriately titled "The Gospel according to Lex Luthor," making this my favorite story of the series so far. Grant Morrison has re-invigorated the Man of Tomorrow, and with the brilliant art of Frank Quitely rounding out every story All-Star Superman will continue to occupy a special place in my bookshelf. Recommended for anyone who loves fantasy, sci-fi, and superheroics done with an intellectual twist.
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