Written by Frank MIller. Art and cover by Geof Darrow. Geof Darrow was awarded an Eisner for his spectacular artwork on 1995's hit miniseries, The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot. For all the time and all the care he lavished on those pages, it's an award that was well-earned.
Publisher says: "On these huge pages, there were minute details that we couldn't see clearly without a magnifying glass -- things that would be lost in the reduction and hidden behind word balloons and coloring. At that point we knew we would have to publish an even-more-oversized edition of the series, in black-and-white and sans dialogue, so that everyone could see a better approximation of what we saw. This 11 3/4" x 15 3/4", softcover collection is the direct result of that first viewing, an attempt to show the comics world what we were privileged to see that first day. Reproduced here as large as possible, this action-packed adventure is presented in its "natural state," somewhat akin to watching a widescreen, laserdisc version of Scorsese's Raging Bull. All 65 pages of the original story are included, as well as a gallery featuring some rarely seen art. Even if it took you by storm the first time around, you can be assured that you ain't seen nothing yet! Softcover, 11 1/2-in. x 15 1/2-in., 64 pages, B&W. NOTE: Story is told with NO words. 2nd printing, very slight bumps on corners and slight wear on spine edges, but otherwise crisp and new looking. Hard to find.