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The Starman Omnibus, Vol. 4 by James Robinson
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May 20, 2010

it was amazing
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It is difficult to fairly review a thing you adore. I've felt for a long time that Starman sags in the middle. Volumes 4 and 5 of the hardcover series 'sag' for different reasons (the latter because it felt like Jack was in space FOREVER). Robinson admits in the afterword that this volume collects much of the miscellany that hadn't previously been collected in the trades (Times Past vignettes, the Hellboy/Batman crossover, and so on). He's fleshing out the world of Jack and Opal but not exactly moving Jack's story forward that much.

But, it's still Starman, and if you'd read the first three volumes you'd have to be some kind of sucker to just stop there. You're not a sucker, are you? There's a lot to love here, after all.
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