September 11th, 2001: The World's Finest Comic Writers and Artists Tell Stories to Remember

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Join an incredible array of award-winning comic book writers and artists as they explore September 11th, 2001. Original stories and powerful illustrations, both heartwarming and heartwrenching in turn. Among the almost 200 contributors: New York Times bestselling fantasy author Neil Gaiman with his first new Endless story in two years, legendary sf novelist Michael Moorcock's autobiographical musings, Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee tells a lost Aesop's Fable, Will Eisner (whose name graces comics' equivalent ...
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Overview

Join an incredible array of award-winning comic book writers and artists as they explore September 11th, 2001. Original stories and powerful illustrations, both heartwarming and heartwrenching in turn. Among the almost 200 contributors: New York Times bestselling fantasy author Neil Gaiman with his first new Endless story in two years, legendary sf novelist Michael Moorcock's autobiographical musings, Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee tells a lost Aesop's Fable, Will Eisner (whose name graces comics' equivalent of the Academy Award) searches for "The Real Thing" and MAD Magazine's Sergio Aragones' tale of the man who had to push the button.
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In this second volume of the September 11th tribute volumes, DC Comics characters come to the fore. Once again, personal accounts bring that tragic day into sharp relief. Story contributors include Will Eisner, Stan Lee, Marie Severin, Joe Kubert, Eduardo Risso and Geoff John. All publishers' profits from the September 11th benefit books will be donated to World Trade Center relief organizations.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781563898785
  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Edition description: Graphic Novel
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 11
Section I Nightmares
Introductory 13
14
"Unreal" 15
"The Real Thing" 17
"Wake Up" 19
24
"The Walk" 25
Static Shock: "Wednesday Afternoon" 29
38
"Gemini Falling" 39
42
"Have You Seen..?" 43
"Tradition" 45
46
Untitled 47
48
Section II Heroes
Introductory 51
52
Astro City: "Since The Fire" 53
Untitled 59
I, Paparazzi 60
"The Job" 63
68
"Human Values" 69
70
"A Hard Day's Night" 71
"The Firsts Division" 74
"I Never Thought of Myself as a Hero" 78
Hellblazer: "Exposed" 85
88
"Soldiers" 89
95
Section III Recollections
Introductory 97
"Priorities" 98
"Walking the Williamsburg Bridge to Work" 99
Untitled 104
Scene of the Crime: "Still Life" 105
"Dust" 111
114
Section IV Unity
Introductory 117
118
"9:00 E.S.T." 119
"For Art's Sake" 120
"No Sale?" 125
"The Call" 127
"A Tale of 2 Americans" 128
"America's Pastime" 132
"Silver Linings in a Big Dust Cloud" 134
"What We Learned Today" 136
"This, Too, Shall Pass" 137
141
Untitled 142
Section V Dreams
Introductory 147
148
"If Only" 149
"Ascending" 153
"The American Dream" 159
"Spirit" 165
"Tall Buildings" 169
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173
Section VI Reflections
Introductory 175
"First Things First" 176
"The Sleeping Giant" 177
"The Wheel" 181
"Child's Play" 186
"A Burning Hate" 189
"Blitz Kid" 195
"Careful" 200
"Warnings" 202
"There Were Tears in Her Eyes" 207
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"What of Tomorrow" 212
Contributors 216
Causes 223
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