Cerebus Archive Vol. 02

Cerebus Archive Vol. 02

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Second in a continuing series of Cerebus Archive Artist's Editions, this folio features razor-sharp, crystal clear reproductions of the ten earliest High Society pages in the Cerebus Archive. 'Sean... Robinson and Mara Sedlins are flat-out geniuses,' says Cerebus creator, Dave Sim. 'Just when I think they can't get a page any clearer than it already is, in comes the next generation of proof to prove me wrong.' Sim's painstaking, inch-by-inch commentaries which proved so unexpectedly popular on Cerebus Archive Number One have been expanded from 2 pages to 6 this time out - and on the same glossy cardstock as the individual plates instead of the paper stock on the Cerebus Archive Number One.
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Second in a continuing series of Cerebus Archive Artist's Editions, this folio features razor-sharp, crystal clear reproductions of the ten earliest High Society pages in the Cerebus Archive. 'Sean Robinson and Mara Sedlins are flat-out geniuses,' says Cerebus creator, Dave Sim.

'Just when I think they can't get a page any clearer than it already is, in comes the next generation of proof to prove me wrong.' Sim's painstaking, inch-by-inch commentaries which proved so unexpectedly popular on Cerebus Archive Number One have been expanded from 2 pages to 6 this time out - and on the same glossy cardstock as the individual plates instead of the paper stock on the Cerebus Archive Number One.