The Starman Omnibus

The Starman Omnibus

Volume Two

Book - 2009
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"Jack Knight has reluctantly adopted the mantle of his father Ted, the original Starman, after his older brother david is killed in action. Now the youngest Knight must face the worst of his father's oldest enemies, while forging a path as the latest inheritor of the Staman Legacy" -- Back cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : DC Comics, 2009.
ISBN: 9781401221942
1401221947
9781401221959
1401221955
Branch Call Number: ROBIN
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Harris, Tony 1969-
Von Grawbadger, Wade

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JosephBarker
Mar 15, 2016

This volume is great! Pirates, Sandman, Dr. Destiny, the Shade, looking into to the future, times past, a trip to Hades... Great, great stuff and much variety.

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Jean-Pierre Lebel
Dec 11, 2012

Starman Omnibus, volume two is the collected works of issues 17-29. The continuing story is good and I have enjoyed reading the first two volumes. My biggest hangup about Starman - especially this volume - is the excessive reminiscing. There are so many histories, past reflections, and journal entries that it seems like DC History Class. These various nostalgic story arcs instill a necessary history of Starmen that have found injustice. Jack Knight was not the first; we discover many Starmen have existed or exist elsewhere. Recommended for mature readers.

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