Starman: Night and Day Paperback – 29 Nov 2002
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About the Author
James Robinson is one of Britain's most successful comics writers, with a host of other credits as well as his multi award-winning Starman saga, including London's Dark, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Terminator, WildC.A.T.S. and his hugely acclaimed 'all ages' series Leave it to Chance.
Top Customer Reviews
take up the mantle of Starman, protector of Opal City.
Like a lot of things when something hits you out of the blue, unexpected, they cause a heck of a greater impact. The first
graphic novel , Sins of the Father, collecting the initial story arc of the relaunched Starman did just that. It was something
bloody good from a quite unanticipated quarter. So when picking up Night and Day, which picks up where Sins left off I'm
already aware that I'm going to read a good comic. What I'm trying to clumsily say is I'm not sure whether this book is as good as the first book for the reasons stated. Jack Knight is still a great character, forced as he is to discover the hero in himself the hard way.
The first few issues in the collection detail his encounter at a travelling circus with a character that had been set up previously in Sins; a mysterious blue skinned alien who was once known by some as Starman.
The second story arc is where things get really good. Over several issues, and from as many different perspectives, a day in the life of the inhabitants of Opal city is told and the symbiosis of hero and villain is suggested to both generations of Starman. It's good stuff and highly recommended reading.