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by Rags Morales,Joss Whedon,Michael Bair,Brad Meltzer

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Author: Rags Morales,Joss Whedon,Michael Bair,Brad Meltzer
ISBN: 1401204589
ISBN13: 978-1401204587
Language: English
Publisher: DC Comics; 1st edition (August 16, 2006)
Pages: 288
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Writer: Brad Meltzer. Artist: Rags Morales - 'Ralph Morales'. Publication date: August 2004 - February 2005.

Writer: Brad Meltzer.

by Brad Meltzer · Rags Morales · Michael Bair · Joss Whedon. Wonder Woman: Land of the Dead. by Greg Rucka · Geoff Johns · Rags Morales · Justiniano · Michael Bair · Drew Edward Johnson. by Geoff Johns · Don Kramer · Rags Morales · Michael Bair · Keith Champagne · John Dell · Rodney Ramos · John Kalisz · Bill Oakley · Nick J. Napolitano.

Michael Bair talks about his career as an inker, working with artist Rags Moraels, his journey from penciller to. .When you talk about "Hawkman" or the upcoming DC Comics mega-crossover "Identity Crisis," you hear the usual names: Geoff Johns, Rags Morales and Brad Meltzer.

Michael Bair talks about his career as an inker, working with artist Rags Moraels, his journey from penciller to inker, why he's changed his professional name and a bit about the upcoming 'Identity Crisis' from DC Comics, including new ar. One name you don't often hear is that of penciller turned inker Michael Bair, who any of the three aforementioned creators will tell is an important contributor to their books.

Identity Crisis Brad Meltzer; Rags Morales; Joss Whedon and Michael Bair. ISBN 10: 1401204589 ISBN 13: 9781401204587. Illustrator: Rags Morales. Covers: Michael Turner

Writer: Brad Meltzer. Covers: Michael Turner. In fact, knowing their history and who they are helps substantially in understanding where they come from and why they act in certain ways.

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The crimefighting community is devastated by the death of one of their own when Sue Dibny, the wife of Elongated Man, is murdered in her home, leading to a search for clues and suspects. Reprint.
Comments to eBook Identity Crisis
Deorro
This storyline came out during the height of my comic reading days but, aside from Batman and Swamp Thing, I was more of a Marvel guy. I have since become more steeped in DC's universe of heroes and have been reading a lot of the older stories that I missed back then. For whatever reason, I stayed away from Identity Crisis for quite some time. I'd read the reviews (good and bad) and, even after I decided to pick it up, it took me the better part of a year to finally read it.

I'm so glad I finally did.

I still read comics but very seldom do I find stories that thrill me like they used to. Things have gotten so grim now in the DC books that many of the tales have no hope...even after the hero wins. This book is definitely grim, but grim with a purpose. The characters have a humanity. The pain is real. Death has consequence. Choices have consequences. These are the characters I've come to know grappling with real emotions. This is great storytelling. It is true to the characters and celebrates them even as it deconstructs them.
NI_Rak
I read this mini series when it first came out. I've re-read several times and never fail to tear up at the funeral scene. I recommend this book for all comic readers regardless if you're a a DC, Marvel or other fan.
Qulcelat
This was an amazing story! I used to mainly read Marvel Comics bcuz quite frankly DC is so very hard to just jump right into...however this collection had everything I wanted and more! Definitely worth it...my only complaint is that I wish DC would digitize more of their collections! Come on guys! I would probably spend over 200.00 a month in DC comics if I could find them on amazon or Comixology!!!!
Light out of Fildon
Very solid story telling. I came into the story not knowing a whole lot about the Justice League beyond a general idea of who its members are. The mystery of what had really happened was really good and the twist at the end was fantastic. I periodically re-read this story because it stuck with me and I'm continually impressed with how masterfully the story is told. The draws are very good and engaging.
Taulkree
Brad Meltzer along with Rags Morales and Michael Bair have created a brilliant Justice League mystery for the ages.

Art is a solid 5 out of 5 stars. No question. Morales has the sensibility of another DC heavyweight, Brian Bolland, and the storytelling ability of a Neal Adams or John Byrne. Clean Bolland lines on the inks, solid blacks, great expressions and characterizations.

Spoiler-free story review. Meltzer ties the Justice League and Justice Society into a long form mystery involving the murder of the Elongated Man's wife. Third act climax and twist rivals Conan Doyle or Christie. This is frequently on the top ten lists of the last decade and I would concur.

Knowledge of the DC universe is not required, some basic knowledge of the League is helpful. Tim Drake is Robin under Batman at this time, and Wally West is the current Flash.

Recommended if you like: Watchmen, Jack & Bobby (TV), Blackest Night, V for Vendetta, Murder She Wrote, V for Vendetta, Sin City, Animal Man, Arkham Asylum.
Dellevar
This story captured what living in a super-hero world (DC's universe) would be like in the late 20th and early 21st century like no other series. It started out so realistic, so vivid, so well imagined. The first and second acts are fantastic in their transcendence and evolution of comic book stories. Unfortunately at the end of the series, with the Reveal to the mystery, it remembered it was a comic book and it devolved a bit. That being said the journey the characters take is so real and well thought out, it is worth dealing with the ending. The art was fantastic if not transcendent. This was Morales and Bair's greatest work. This story and The Killing Joke are probably the greatest post-Crisis on Infinite Earths DC stories.
Anayajurus
This book is another step in the evolution of the DC universe beginning with Crisis on Infinite Earths and ending with Final Crisis. It's a noir tale crafted beautifully, but it left me feeling depressed.
Identity Crisis is one of a handful of stories that I recommend to all my comic loving friends. It is without a doubt my favorite comic arch ever told. The story following non linear at times which can cause slight confusion for those who aren't semi-avid comic readers but this does not distract from the story one bit. All you need to know is that the story is broken into two main events, and the story surrounds those two major events in terms of layout. Meltzer does an amazing job of creating the importance of the HUMAN with the Superhuman. You will care for these characters; some of them minor characters, and ones that you would not care for otherwise. Identity Crisis is like watching a Greek Tragedy in comic form. It truly shows how helpless Superheroes can feel, and makes there identity one that is not as picture picture as most depictions display.
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