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The stunning 20th anniversary edition of writer Mark Waid (Archie) and artist Alex Ross’ multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-winning, seminal masterpiece KINGDOM COME.

In the near-future world of KINGDOM COME, superheroes are ubiquitous, but heroism is rare. After decades as Earth’s champions, the members of the Justice League have all retreated out of the public eye, replaced with a new generation of crime-fighters whose brand of harsh justice leaves humanity terrified, rather than inspired. But with the planet’s future in jeopardy, Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman must come out of retirement to make one last stand for truth and justice. Collects KINGDOM COME #1-4 and more than one hundred pages of sketches, annotations and other extras!

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"One of the best comic stories ever told."--WASHINGTON EXAMINER

"With art that looks like a hybrid of Norman Rockwell and Jack Kirby, artist Ross has become the preeminent painter of superheroes of his generation."--PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

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  • ハードカバー: 344ページ
  • 出版社: DC Comics; 20 Dlx Anv版 (2016/5/17)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 1401260829
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401260828
  • 発売日: 2016/5/17
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 18.8 x 1.8 x 28.4 cm
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5つ星のうち 5.0 A Must Have for DC Fans 2016/5/19
投稿者 David Swan - (Amazon.com)
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If you’re a big DC fan like myself but don’t love the current output maybe it’s time to look back in time about 20 years. My God, has it really been 20 years? I’m getting old. I would put Kingdom Come in my top three DC storylines of all time alongside Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns. Kingdom Come is an Elsewhere story that takes place a few decades in the future. Superman is a bit thicker and graying around the temples. Green Lantern sits in his Emerald City in the sky waiting for any possible alien attacks. The Flash appears as a perpetual blur and seems barely a part of reality. Batman is advancing in age and requires an exoskeleton to move about and Wonder Woman, though showing no sign of aging, has grown much more cynical and hard. The world is mostly “protected” by the progeny of the classic heroes and they don’t hold to the same squeaky clean values as their parents.

Kingdom Come is a very dark story but it’s kind of the antithesis of the recent Injustice which is also dark. In Injustice, The Joker commits a horrific crime against Superman and the Man of Steel snaps, killing the Joker and starting down a path of ruin. In Kingdom Come The Joker commits a horrific crime against Superman but Superman refuses to sacrifice his ethical code and it’s the new Man of Tomorrow, Magog, who steps forward and kills the Joker. When it becomes clear that society prefers Magog’s brand of justice Superman decides to check out but Magog’s values become the norm and Superman returns when the world seems to be spiraling out of control.

Like most comic fans I love a good superhero/villain battle and there is nothing more boring than excessive, poorly written dialogue. Kingdom Come is a dialogue heavy comic but Mark Waid does such a brilliant job that the story never drags. It is the rare writer who can write a comic with this much dialogue and sparse action and make it work this well. The story here reaches the level of some of Alan Moore’s best and like many of the best written stories there is a level of ambiguity and blurring of lines between heroes and villains. Critics of the Man of Steel movie may enjoy Superman’s refusal to kill at any cost but it’s clear that Waid is intending readers to question his methods of controlling the metahumans. Just like in Injustice, a lot of the more questionable actions by those following Superman are pushed forward by Wonder Woman. In fact after re-reading Kingdom Come there are a shocking amount of similarities between this story and Injustice.

What can you say about the art? Alex Ross’s photorealistic paintings wouldn’t look out of place in a museum. Ross is absolutely unique in the world of comics and any time he is associated with a project it becomes an event. Before Kingdom Come there was Marvels by Ross and Kurt Busiak and it remains one of the great comics by Marvel. Ross also did Justice doing his painting over Doug Braithwaite’s penciling and although the story had some issues Ross’s painting made it special. This is perhaps the most gorgeous comic ever produced by DC if you’re in to painted art.

I own the paperback version of Kingdom Come and the deluxe version is far more than just a hardbound upgrade. First, it’s the standard DC deluxe edition size of 11.2x7.4 as opposed to the paperback which is 10.2x6.6. I can’t say that the colors are that much different but the paper stock is better. The real big difference is the extras. The paperback has less than 20 pages of extra material while the deluxe edition has almost 140 pages and it’s not just useless filler. This is really good stuff that’s worth reading through.

Reading this review presumably means you’re debating whether to get this book. If you’ve never read Kingdom Come, get this book. If you’ve read Kingdom Come and want to see if it stands the test of time, it does. If you own the paperback version and want to know if it’s worth the upgrade, it is. This is a more attractive, more durable version with tons of extras including fascinating bios of many of the peripheral characters that make appearances. DC already gave Kingdom Come the Absolute Edition but those are really unwieldy. This one hits the sweet spot. Thank you DC.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 I love this book the hardcover is amazing all of the ... 2016/9/22
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I love this book the hardcover is amazing all of the extra art work is fantastic and the story is flawless. My only complaint is in the original work at the end there was a "in the future section 5-20-100-5000" years down the line. It's not in this book and I wish dearly that it was.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Five Stars 2017/3/20
投稿者 Erik Christianson - (Amazon.com)
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Great item, great condition
5つ星のうち 5.0 Phenomenal! 2016/9/20
投稿者 SAM - (Amazon.com)
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This is an excellent edition of one of the greatest stories ever told. Alex Ross' art is a sight to behold and Mark Waid's writing is as good as it has ever been. I like to call this a grown ups Civil War, because Civil War is pretty similar although not as layered as Kingdom Come.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Great Graphic Novel 2016/9/15
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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I absolutely love Kingdom Come. It is my favorite story from DC and I don't even really enjoy Superman all that much. Though I do really like him in this one. As far as the general condition of the book itself it's a nice Hardback with a dust cover.
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