Review: Starman: Night and Day

Starman: Night and Day
Starman: Night and Day by James Robinson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The artwork in these books is a bit rough around the edges, but the stylistic touches mesh extremely well with the odd, eclectic style of the writing. All of this nicely complements an equally odd and quirky main character, the reluctant hero who struggles with himself throughout. There is nothing simple about this iteration of Starman, which originally drove me away from the series, but as I grew and changed I discovered that I actually like and enjoy this character and the style of writing presenting him.

As to this volume specifically, they did a great job collecting the various issues that encompassed this story arc, and they wove it together quite handily. I have nothing really to complain about with this volume. The story was well crafted and quite captivating. The artwork, while a bit rough around the edges was a great complement to the writing. Basically, what you tend to expect with this generation of the Starman comic series.

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