This book, the sixth compilation of James Robinson's alternative cutting edge quasi super hero series-Starman, is the turning point of the series.
This book, the sixth compilation of James Robinson's alternative cutting edge quasi super hero series-Starman, is the turning point of the series. This book in my opinion provides the best read since Sins of the Father, Robinson and artist Tony Harris' first story arc. The characterization, mood and most especially the big revelations spotlighted in this collection is worth the price.
The 5th TPB Collection of James Robinson's Starman is the weakest so far. I should prefice this by saying that this volume is still better than 90% of the comics out there.
Ships from and sold by Larry's Comics, In. .The 5th TPB Collection of James Robinson's Starman is the weakest so far. Robinson's writing is in the top echelon of the industry and he's doing some neat things with the development of the character of Jack Knight. VILLAINS! Jack (Starman) isn't given a strong antagonist in any of his adventures in this volume.
Starman, Vol. 6 book. Pub in April of 2001. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Starman (Volume 2) and Starman (Volume 2) were excluded from this collection and were not reprinted until Starman Omnibus Vol. 4 in 2010. Other Collections from Starman (Volume 2). Starman. Starman (Volume 2). Categories: Tony Harris/Cover Artist. James Robinson/Writer. Stefano Gaudiano/Penciler. Steve Yeowell/Penciler. Tony Harris/Penciler. Pete Krause/Penciler. Gary Erskine/Penciler. Stefano Gaudiano/Inker.
ISBN 13: 9781563897122. and his hugely acclaimed 'all ages' series Leave it to Chance.
In the sixth volume of the Starman series, the young and brazen Jack Knight continues his reluctant maturation into a hero and a man. When an old friend of Starman's father is framed in a Nazi plot, Jack must join forces with Captain Marvel to expose the conspiracy. While clearing the name of Bulletman, Jack discovers new details about his father's adventures in World War II and gains a greater understanding of his father and a stronger appreciation for the Starman legacy.
Star-Man: Super-Strength Tomas: Flight and energy projection derived . more important in the Starman book than the violence itself.
Star-Man: Super-Strength Tomas: Flight and energy projection derived from the sonic crystal Invulnerabilty Gavyn: Flight, energy projection & absorption, light/heat and radiation immunity self-sustenance able to withstand exposure to space Payton: Flight, superstrength, superhuman durability, limited shapeshifting, energy projection David: Use of the "Gravity Rod" Farris: Use of the "Quarvat". The lead up to and aftereffects of violence were generally much more important in the Starman book than the violence itself. James Robinson has stated his appreciation for the fictional cities of the DC Universe.