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Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
« Risposta #105 il: 20 Luglio 2019, 20:08:50 »

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    The early part of the story shows how Superman deals with normal human problems through the lens of his super powers.
    Superman Year One #2 shows Clark Kent living in Atlantis. Miller wanted to show Clark "fall in love with entire Earth."
    That's how Clark comes to join the Navy in this story and is recruited to the Navy SEALS - before leaving the Navy when he realizes what he has to do to be part of the military.
    Romita focused on a more widescreen approach to his storytelling, trying to channel the feeling of a film.
    Romita's favorite image in the entire 190 page story is "Wonder Woman stopping Superman from breaking Batman's neck with a punch."
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    But I Have Faith In You.

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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #106 il: 21 Luglio 2019, 05:44:32 »
  • Romita sembra in forma anche in questo secondo volume.
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  • SUPERMAN YEAR ONE #3
    written by FRANK MILLER
    art by JOHN ROMITA JR. and DANNY MIKI
    cover by JOHN ROMITA JR. and DANNY MIKI
    cover by FRANK MILLER
    It’s the jaw-dropping conclusion to Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.’s blockbuster reimagining of Superman’s origin! In this final chapter, Clark Kent arrives in Metropolis, the city where he will fulfill his heroic destiny. Witness the first meeting between Superman and Lois Lane, the beginnings of Clark Kent’s career at the Daily Planet, and the birth of his rivalry with Lex Luthor. But when The Joker arrives on the scene, the Man of Steel must enlist the help of his two strange new friends: Wonder Woman and Batman!
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    ON SALE 10.16.19
    $7.99 US | 3 of 3 | 64 PAGES
    FC | APPROX. 8.5“ x 10.875” | RATED T+
    This issue will ship with two covers.
    Please see the order form for details.
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #108 il: 23 Luglio 2019, 10:59:58 »
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #109 il: 23 Luglio 2019, 11:26:44 »
  • SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE HC
    written by FRANK MILLER
    art and cover by JOHN ROMITA JR. and DANNY MIKI
    From legendary team of writer Frank Miller and artist John Romita Jr. comes a groundbreaking, definitive treatment of Superman’s classic origin story. This story details new revelations that reframe the Man of Steel’s most famous milestones—from Kal-El’s frantic exile from Krypton, to Clark Kent’s childhood in Kansas, to his rise to become the most powerful and inspiring superhero of all time.
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #110 il: 23 Luglio 2019, 20:00:03 »
  • Ci sarà il Goddamn Batman e pure il Joker, adieu Superman!
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #112 il: 22 Agosto 2019, 02:00:15 »
  • Superman: Year One #2
    Written by Frank Miller
    Art by John Romita Jr, Danny Miki, and Alex Sinclair
    Lettering by John Workman
    Published by DC Black Label
    Review by Justin Partridge
    ‘Rama Rating: 5 out of 10

    Clark Kent continues his journey to being a different kind of all-American hero in the second installment of DC Black Label’s Superman: Year One. Though still handled by the slightly cranky yet large-scale tones of its iconic creative team, the overall story of this second issue is a very odd affair. On one hand you have a grounded, but ham-fisted tale of a young man experiencing the limits of human endurance and forming his personal stance on taking lives in the pursuit of “freedom.”

    But meanwhile — in the same issue, no less — you also have a crazy, over-the-top story about Superman competing for the heart of the daughter of Atlantis, with all the demigods and sea creatures that might entail. It’s the sort of tonal mishmash that speaks to Superman: Year One’s failures so far — while writer Frank Miller occasionally zeros in on some strong turns of phrase and artist John Romita, Jr. delivers some mythic visuals, this 65-page juggernaut never comes together to form a cohesive whole.

    When we last left Miller’s confidently cornfed take on Clark, he was shipping out to a nearby naval base. It’s here we spend more than half the page count of this issue, following Clark as he undergoes boot camp while trying to keep his Kryptonian abilities under the radar. The idea could be an interesting one, but the point of it all builds up to a whole lot of ado about one of Clark Kent’s core tenets; he doesn’t kill.

    The issue posits that even though Clark undergoes the training to become a soldier — even excelling and reveling in the regimented physicality of it — he would never be able to stomach the idea of killing the way a “real” soldier does. I have to admit, it is an unexpectedly human turn from Miller and a rare modern opportunity for him to engage in some powerful storytelling. The moment where Clark realizes just how “easy” it is for humans to kill is a particularly hard-hitting moment.

    That said, I’m not sure the story needed to take 20-plus pages in order to get there. There is also the matter of the brazenly Bronze Age weirdness of the issue’s B-plot, which takes over the narrative baton once
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #113 il: 22 Agosto 2019, 18:15:58 »
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    Nah, il numero precedente non mi era piaciuto, ma questo bene o male andava bene o forse sono io che mi sto abituando.
    È certamente un Superman differente, pure la origin story sta prendendo una piega strana, dico solo che Clark è finito per diventare il nuovo
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    Re di Atlantis! :lolle:
    Quindi ecco...è solo differente, ma era un buon numero.
    E questa volta sembrava davvero un Superman scritto da Frank Miller, sia nel bene che nel male. :ahsisi:
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #114 il: 26 Agosto 2019, 07:34:20 »
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    E' un buon numero, ma ho preferito il precedente, si e' speso troppo tempo tra
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    esercito e Atlantide.
    Spero che il prossimo e ultimo numero sia il migliore di tutti.
    Confermo, anche in questo secondo numero Romita Jr. e' in forma :sisi:
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    Re:Superman: Year One (USA) di Frank Miller & John Romita Jr.
    « Risposta #115 il: 27 Agosto 2019, 02:07:07 »
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