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The story of the century stumbles into a newly arrived reporter's lap--but in the world of Astro City, where the fantastical and bizarre is commonplace, where do the ethics of reporting stand?

In 1959, a reporter can't publish the story of a battle he witnessed between the newly formed Honor Guard and Shark-men, because he can't verify the facts.

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If Superheroes Were Real, Would Things Really Be Any Different? 0

In the second issue of this phenomenal series, Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson take us inside the Astro City Rocket, Astro City's equivalent of the Daily Planet, where editor Elliot Mills has just hired a new reporter. Amidst all the plaques and award winning stories on the Mills' office wall, the new recruit spots an odd little clipping - so he asks Mills about it. Mills said it was his first story, and proceeds to relate the tale.  As mentioned before, every issue of Astro City seeks to answer ...

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Astro City Vol. 1 #2 0

They say nothing can be perfect, that because man is flawed, so must our creations be. Well, you would be hard pressed to find a flaw in this issue. It is the story of a newspaperman who witnesses an extraordinary battle between Super humans, and the fact that he couldnt report it.Kurt Busiek weaves a fine tale here. One so good, you could have a six year old draw it in crayon and it would still be considered a well done book. Fortunately, Brent Anderson renders an Astro City into an any city 19...

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