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Absolute DC: The New Frontier [Hardcover]

Darwyn Cooke
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Oct. 4 2006 Absolute (DC Comics)
DC Comics Absolute Editions set the standard for the highestquality, most in-depth presentation of classic graphic novels. Eachoversized volume is presented in a slipcase and includes unique additionalmaterial making each Absolute Edition a cornerstone of any serious comicscollection.The latest Absolute Collection is the Eisner Award-winning DC: THE NEWFRONTIER, written illustrated by Darwyn Cooke where the dawning of theSilver Age DC Universe is told from the perspective of those who survivedthe anti-hero sentiment of the Cold War, including Superman, Wonder Womanand Batman,as well as eager newcomers like Green Lantern and The Flash,poised to become the next generation of crimefighters.This oversized hardcover includes the entire series plus annotations, newstory pages, rare promotional art, a gallery of DC Direct DC: The NewFrontier product and much more.

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Cooke's affectionate reinterpretation of DC's early-1960s superheroes gets the Absolute treatment, slipcase and all. The large scale shows off Cooke's dynamic, neotraditionalist artwork to spectacular advantage, particularly the "widescreen" horizontal panels that echo the era's prevailing cinematic format, and it emphasizes the ambitious tale's epic sweep. The deluxe edition includes news-story pages, annotations, rare promotional art, and other extras. New Frontier might not have the high profile of other Absolute Edition selections, such as Neil Gaiman's Sandman and Frank Miller's Dark Knight, but it, too, deserves the elaborate presentation. Gordon Flagg
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great art, great story Aug. 8 2013
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A fantastic view of the Golden/Silver age sensibility of comics, less the goofiness but with a heaping of moral and political conflict. LOVE Darwyn Cook. If you buy one absolute, make it this of Absolute All-Star Superman. This is what the format was made for.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolute Perfection July 20 2013
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I bought it because I had seen the dvd of the New Frontier, and wanted to read the story, I've always been a big fan of Darwyn Cooke's art style and the Absolute edition magnifies it's perfection tenfold, seriously recommend picking it up, it looks good on any shelf even a coffee table.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Superheroes at their purest Feb. 25 2012
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This book is amazing on so many different levels.
First thing is the art by the living legend Darwyn Cooke who's style just takes you back to the 'feeling' of being a child again even though there is considerable violence in this book.
The villain in the book is also a very welcome surprise not to mention the way the story builds, the turns, and the overall structure from start to finish.

It is a book that deserves and requires multiple reads, and with its gigantic size it just feels like reading comics in HD.
If you have a the money or are looking for a present for someone with slightly sophisticated superhero tastes, I highly recommend this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent in many ways. Nov. 9 2007
This is a wonderful re-telling of the 1950s/1960s DC universe with an excellent feel for characterization, as well as the time period. Even if Darwyn Cooke wasn't one of my favorite artists and writers, I would whole-heartedly recommend this beautifully produced edition (with additional material and an oversized, slip-cased format). The only improvement that I could suggest would be additional (artistic and historical) annotations/footnotes by Mr. Cooke. If you are interested in other excellent DC titles by Darwyn Cooke check out: Will Eisner's The Spirit, Batman: Ego & Other Tails, and Catwoman: Selina's Big Score.

P.S . If Mr. Cooke should ever happen to read this, may I suggest he consider doing a "noir" detective graphic novel featuring Slam Bradley.
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