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Astro City

Astro City explores all the niggling questions we have about superheroes: how do they really live? Are they really good guys? When shouldn’t we trust them?

These highly acclaimed novels by Kurt Busiek investigate how people – both ordinary people and the heroes and villains themselves – react to living in their comic book world.

With stunning artwork from Brent Anderson these snap shots of Astro City life explore a complex world that only leaves you wanting to find out more!

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