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It's a Bird . . . (2004) - OGN SC
"It's a Bird . . ."
Vertigo (DC Comics)

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Steven T. Seagle

Teddy H. Kristiansen

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Teddy H. Kristiansen

Todd Klein

Karen Berger
Pornsak Pichetshote

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Pete Friedrich
Teddy H. Kristiansen

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Cover Date: February 2005
Cover Price: US $ 17.95

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Format: Color; Original Graphic Novel; 136 pages

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A stunning semi-autobiographical VERTIGO trade that tells one of the most realistic Superman tales ever without featuring Superman. Steve's given the assignment every writer dreams of: to write Superman. Only Steve can't relate to a Man of Steel not when his own fears of death haunt him. Explore the cultural significance of a comic-book icon as Steve comes to terms with Superman's importance and power as a fictional ideal.

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