The Sins of the Child, Part 3: The Opal's Day, The O'Dare's Day wiki last edited by Billy Batson on 07/03/13 08:26AM View full history

The Mist's carefully orchestrated crime wave washes over Opal City, and a hero from the past is reborn! In a dramatic, kaleidoscopic story focusing on a different character in each segment, Tony Harris shares the pencil chores with Andrew Robinson, Amanda Conner, Chris Sprouse and more.

This issue continues Sins of the Child, sequel to Sins of the Father, the arc that introduced Jack Knight created by James Robinson, Tony Harris and team Starman; and, introduced the denizens of .

Nash returns to the Opal, on a murderous spree, as successor to her father just as Jack is to his father.

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"That Sign-post Ahead" Welcome To Opal City! 0

I think the reason I started reading Kurt Busiek's Astro City was because reminded me of how James Robinson had brought Opal City - The Opal - to life as a unique character itself in the pages of Starman. It really didn't have anything to do with the character designs and covers by Alex Ross or the interior art by Brent Anderson. It had more to do with Busiek's writing. If you've read Astro City, especially the one issue about the guy who remembers the wife or girlfriend he lost in the "Crisis"-...

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