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American Splendor Season Two #1 (of 4)

American Splendor Season Two #1 (of 4)

American Splendor Season Two #1 (of 4)
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American Splendor Season Two #1 (of 4)
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By:   Harvey Pekar, David Lapham, Chris Weston, Dean Haspiel, Hilary Barta, John Lucas, Zachary Baldus, Ed Piskor
Type:   Comics
Genres:   Non-Fiction
Series:   American Splendor
Publisher:   DC ComicsVertigo
Pub. Date:   April 02, 2008
Availability:   Not Available
UPC:   76194126316800111
For ages:   16+

In 2006, comics legend Harvey Pekar brought his unsparing tales of ordinary life to Vertigo with an all-new run of AMERICAN SPLENDOR, the comic that, 30 years earlier, rose 'from the streets of Cleveland' and changed how we look at comics. Often imitated but never duplicated, Pekar proved that he still has the power to 'make mundane reality seem like the highest drama' (Entertainment Weekly) in his critically acclaimed Vertigo series. Now, Harvey Pekar is back with an all-new series of AMERICAN SPLENDOR, featuring his funniest, most poignant, somber and uplifting stories from the complex life of an ordinary man.

Once again, the Vertigo AMERICAN SPLENDOR pairs Harvey with some of the most exciting, innovative artists currently in comics, including in this special premiere issue, David Lapham (YOUNG LIARS, Stray Bullets), Chris Weston (THE FILTH, Fantastic Four), Dean Haspiel (THE QUITTER, Brawl), Mike Hawthorne (THE UN-MEN, Queen and Country), John Lucas (THE EXTERMINATORS) and other luminaries from both the mainstream and indie worlds. In this issue, they join Harvey to chronicle his battles with stubborn sofas, short sighted magazine writers, treacherous front doorsteps and many more obstacles for Harvey to overcome in his pursuit of a fulfilling and meaningful existence.

'Pekar's ability to find the exceptional in the everyday has matured and blossomed over time.' - Publisher's Weekly