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DC Comics: The Sequential Art of Amanda Conner

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Acclaimed artist Amanda Conner, currently illustrating and cowriting BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE, is the focus of this new hardcover collecting some of her greatest work for DC Comics!

This spectacular new hardcover features SUPERMAN: LOIS LANE #1, BIRDS OF PREY #47-49, JSA CLASSIFIED #1-4, SUPERGIRL #12, the GREEN ARROW/BLACK CANARY WEDDING SPECIAL, plus stories from SEC
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published November 13th 2012 by DC Comics (first published September 18th 2012)
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I ordered this hardcover collection of Amanda Conner’s work around this time last year and I will be honest, until Jimmy Palmiotti tweeted about it a couple weeks ago I had forgotten about it. It was well worth the wait though, as the oversized hardcover is a beautiful compendium of Amanda’s work peppered with notes from some of her high profile colleagues and peers. The presentation is wonderful and there is a great amount of insight into the progression of Amanda’s career and the perception of ...more
My one great problem with any collection where a good many of the stories end with "To Be Continued" is that you are forced to hunt down the succeeding issue. (My other problem with this collection is a matter of a story that features an aspect that is increasingly seen in 'poor taste.') But other than the quibbles, the stories are told and illustrated with a good amount of sensitivity.
You actually get to see a progression in how Ms. Conner's art evolves from a sort of "Archie" flatness to full
Michael Alexander Henke
I was slightly misled by the title of this book. I thought it would be like most other art books, featuring things like sketches, covers, interiors, etc. In actuality it just reprints assorted comics drawn by Amanda Conner.
The reprints cover a decent span of time, so it's cool that you can see how her style changed. Unfortunately lots of the comics are out of context, you have no way of happening what came before, or what will happen after. On top of that there were quite a few that I already ow
Ian Shaughnessy
It's a book showcasing Amanda's gorgeous art, so that's what I'm basing my review on. Of course, her line work is nothing short of stunning. The GREEN ARROW/BLACK CANARY WEDDING SPECIAL (which she inked herself) is one of the most well-drawn single issues of all time. Amanda Conner is a modern legend and this package is a must-own.
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