Features the controversial Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie Cobweb story, previously banned by DC Comics from the ABC/Wildstorm anthology Tomorrow Stories, providing Moore’s heroine and her fans with the sense of completion they are due. Note: The story is published in its original form, but to respect DC’s copyright on “Cobweb,” the story has been re-titled “La Toile” (the French word for “The Web”). Deep inside this behemoth anthology, replete with full-color and two-color sections, you’ll find: a tribute to Charles Schulz, with strips by Chris Ware, Seth, Ivan Brunetti, Joe Matt, Tony Millionaire, Tom Hart and more; an amazing collection of international comics by Jason, Martin Tom Dieck, Nicolas Mahler, Ulf K, Winshluss, and the Swiss comics collective Atrabile; plus stateside inkstuds like Matt Madden, Renée French, Josh Simmons, Jesse Reklaw, Mack White, James Kochalka, James Sturm, Steve Weissman, Peter Kuper, and the Robot Publishing Posse; and a career spanning interview and portfolio section with David Chelsea. All wrapped in eye-popping cover art by rising star Tomer “Midnight Mass cover artist” Hanuka, this is the biggest and most beautiful Top Shelf ever!
336 pages with some Full-Color & Two-Color sections, Perfect Bound Anthology
Top Shelf, 2003