Solo: The Deluxe Edition

Solo The Deluxe Edition Originally published in the issue series SOLO gave some of comics greatest creators the chance to create stories set in the DC Universe and beyond Each issue featured one artist including Ti

  • Title: Solo: The Deluxe Edition
  • Author: Brendan McCarthy Mark Evanier Brian Azzarello Jeph Loeb Darwyn Cooke Sergio Aragonés Steven T. Seagle Neil Gaiman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Originally published in 2004, the 12 issue series SOLO gave some of comics greatest creators the chance to create stories set in the DC Universe and beyond Each issue featured one artist, including Tim Sale BATMAN THE LONG HALLOWEEN , Paul Pope BATMAN YEAR ONE HUNDRED , Darwyn Cooke DC THE NEW FRONTIER, BEFORE WATCHMEN MINUTEMEN and many others Stories star BatmaOriginally published in 2004, the 12 issue series SOLO gave some of comics greatest creators the chance to create stories set in the DC Universe and beyond Each issue featured one artist, including Tim Sale BATMAN THE LONG HALLOWEEN , Paul Pope BATMAN YEAR ONE HUNDRED , Darwyn Cooke DC THE NEW FRONTIER, BEFORE WATCHMEN MINUTEMEN and many others Stories star Batman, Robin, Superman, The Spectre, The Teen Titans and many others, but also include westerns, war stories, science fiction epics, humor and horror, as well as introspective tales from the creators own lives.

    • Solo: The Deluxe Edition : Brendan McCarthy Mark Evanier Brian Azzarello Jeph Loeb Darwyn Cooke Sergio Aragonés Steven T. Seagle Neil Gaiman
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      Brendan McCarthy Mark Evanier Brian Azzarello Jeph Loeb Darwyn Cooke Sergio Aragonés Steven T. Seagle Neil Gaiman Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Solo: The Deluxe Edition book, this is one of the most wanted Brendan McCarthy Mark Evanier Brian Azzarello Jeph Loeb Darwyn Cooke Sergio Aragonés Steven T. Seagle Neil Gaiman author readers around the world.



    983 thoughts on “Solo: The Deluxe Edition

    • This thick deluxe edition caught my attention for the sole reason that it featured Adam West' wacky Batman in his most iconic pose. I was definitely more than intrigued and I knew even before I ever found out about its contents that I must possess it, sooner rather than later. When I did get to purchase it, I was stunned by the range and depth of this collection which featured a promising roster composed of talented men who are said to be 'twelve of the greatest artists in comics'. The body of w [...]


    • A massive collection of 12 48 page comics. Each issue is the creation of a famoius comic book artist who was given forty eight pages and allowed to do whatever they likede results are varied but mostly excellent. Howard Chaykin, Richard Corben, Scott Hampton and Tim Sale all stand outere is also some deep strangeness here. Damion Scott does stories using graffiti art which are quite strange. Add to that Brendan Mccarthy pyschedelic oddities.This is a concept I hope they'd do again with another s [...]


    • Originalmente publicada en 2004, la colección SOLO dio la oportunidad, a una buena parte de los más destacados artistas del medio, para explorar de manera íntima las diferentes técnicas y formas del noveno arte. SOLO incluye trabajos que van desde difusas introspecciones hasta el repaso fundacional de cada género, incluidos el western, el humor, el terror, la ciencia ficción y el fantasy. La mayoría de las historias, aunque no todas, están enmarcadas en el universo DC y su periferia, per [...]


    • Issues by Tim Sale, Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke, Howard Chaykin, Paul Pope, Scott Hampton and Jordi Bernet are fantastic, Great art, great stories. Unfortunately the series is brought down some by horrible stories by Damian Scott, Teddy Kristiansen, and Brendan McCarthy. Damian's art has no depth to it and is hard to follow because of it. Teddy's stories have zero point to them and remind me of Nietzsche. McCarthy's "stories" take psychedelic comics to its extreme to the point where it seems like [...]


    • I wanted to like this, I really did. But honestly, other than the Mike Allred and Tim Sales issues, the rest left me cold. Little of it dealt with anything in the DC universe, the authors/artists given free reign. The best story was by Allred, Teen Titans vs The Doom Patrol, which was a hysterical throw back to the 1960's. The second best was Tim Sales Supergirl story which was very touching. The rest was quite feh.


    • What happens when you take the top artists in the field and give them total artistic freedom? Pure unadulterated awesomeness, creativity, and incredibly satisfying stories--with a few that are just crazy, hence the missing fifth star, though I feel bad penalizing the awesome stories for being packaged with the rare weird ones. And maybe my weird ones are your favorites.



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