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Dc One Million Paperback – June 1, 1999
Written in the middle of Grant Morrison's smash-hit run on JLA, DC ONE MILLION was the first of the game-changing writer's mind-bending DC crossovers. With art by Val Semeiks and Prentis Rollins, the entire DC ONE MILLION series is reprinted here, along with every crossover issue and tie-in. This massive omnibus edition is a must-have for collectors of Grant Morrison's DC work.
Includes the following issues: DC ONE MILLION 1-4, ACTION COMICS 1,000,000, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN 1,000,000, AQUAMAN 1,000,000, AZRAEL 1,000,000, BATMAN 1,000,000, BATMAN:SHADOW OF THE BAT 1,000,000, CATWOMAN 1,000,000, CHASE 1,000,000, CHRONOS 1,000,000, CREEPER 1,000,000, DETECTIVE COMICS 1,000,000, FLASH 1,000,000, GREEN ARROW 1,000,000, GREEN LANTERN 1,000,000, HITMAN 1,000,000, IMPULSE 1,000,000, JLA 1,000,000, LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES 1,000,000, LEGIONNAIRES 1,000,000, LOBO 1,000,000, MARTIAN MANHUNTER 1,000,000, NIGHTWING 1,000,000, POWER OF SHAZAM 1,000,000, RESURRECTION MAN 1,000,000, ROBIN 1,000,000, STARMAN 1,000,000, SUPERBOY 1,000,000, SUPERGIRL 1,000,000, SUPERMAN 1,000,000, SUPERMAN:THE MAN OF STEEL 1,000,000, SUPERMAN:THE MAN OF TOMORROW 1,000,000, WONDER WOMAN 1,000,000, YOUNG JUSTICE 1,000,000, JLA IN CRISIS SECRET FILES, DC ONE MILLION 80-PAGE GIANT #1, BOOSTER GOLD 1,000,000, SUPERMAN/BATMAN 79-80/
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- Publisher : Dc Comics; Gph edition (June 1, 1999)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1563895250
- ISBN-13 : 978-1563895258
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.75 x 0.5 x 10.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,827,361 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Unfortunately this trade paperback doesn't re-print some of the vital corssovers making for a rather confusing plot at some points. The story is still largely comprehensable, and quite good, but I had to dock it a star for this.
Perhaps the most disappointing part of this graphic novel, if you can even call it a novel, is that it leaves out the only section of the story that could even be remotely interesting: the ordeals of the 20th century heroes. Why couldn't they include that here? It could have been interesting at least, unlike the drivel we are provided with.
And where the hell did the Ressurrection Man story come from? Left field apparently.
Overall, I expected much better from Grant Morrison. Unfortunately, this just proves my point about comics since the Image Revolution: there is too much emphasis on making books pretty and not enough on making them interesting reads. Style is nice, but substance makes the book work.