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The Eisner Award-winning creators of 100 BULLETS – return to Vertigo with a new 9-issue miniseries, kicking off with a debut issue priced at just $1.00! Set in a post-apocalyptic near future, SPACEMAN tells the story of Orson – a hulking, lonely loser who spends his days collecting scrap metal and dreaming of the startrekking life he was promised. That is, until he finds himself at the center of a celebrity child kidnapping case. Seeing his chance to be a hero, Orson takes matters into his own hands...but will his actions only cause more heartbreak?

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2.5 stars 2.5/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

Hesitation In Space 0

Hmmm.... This was definitely worth $1. I'm only a recent fan of Azzarello, my first exposure was his Flashpoint: Batman miniseries which I LOVED, and I'm loving his run on Wonder Woman, but that's it. The covers for this series are AWESOME, and Eduardo Risso's artwork was excellent on Flashpoint: Batman, and for some reason none of my LCS's received the new American Vampire this week, so I had some extra cash. I'd been meaning to look into this, and now I had the moment when one of the slightly ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

...I'm a Rocket Man 0

First Five Pages: Astronaut rock, paper, scissors, middle finger. Bad dreams and cyber sex. Apocalyptic life on Pier 31. A missing child who became famous by vying for adoption on a reality show...welcome to Azzarello and Risso's Spaceman.Among the riff-raft that inhabits Pier 13, drug dealers, runaways, and Orson(show on the cover). Orson is an ape-like man who's is a little lacking in the intelligence department after being genetically engineered to to travel to Mars. Orson works on a junker, ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Yo Azzarello, Whut Da Hellz Tiz Goin Down In Dis Ear Comic Book 0

One pet peeve of mine while reading Azzarello’s 100 Bullets was his constant use of slang and purposely spelling words wrong to make his characters seem “street”. Something he does frequently in Spaceman #1, and it annoys the hell out of me.Example of Azzarello “street english” from issue #1:Okee = OkayHittin = HittingTonite = tonightKno = KnowCut=quitA’ight = alrightLyin=lyingBrainin little= not smartYer = yourKillin = killingRealtee = reallyBein = beingYip = yupYer = yourEar = hearLil = little...

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