I guess thatís what books do. Take you places. Inside and out. Move you. Inside. And out. You are at a different place after you read the book than you were before you read it. In many ways you are a different person as well. - The Alchemy #3
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B&W. (Brian Michael Bendis) Collects all 14 issues. The entire series storyline. 440 pages
Notes: · When the Definitive Collection was first issued, the second and third pages from the introduction were reversed; to differentiate between the two versions, the UPC symbol was moved from the left side to the right side of the corrected collection's back cover
· Most of the introduction is a transcript of a telephone conversation between David Mack, Alex Ross and Dan Brereton
· David Mack (April 5, 2001): "Believe it or not, I actually edited the funnier and more offensive comments of the conversation out of the intro, to protect the guilty. But still a hillarious conversation. Especially when I was half asleep. What I enjoyed was that none of the people talking were really trying to be funny or entertaining. They were totally themselves, and it is a great slice of everyday absurdity.
I always think that I should do an entire book or series on direct conversations that I have with some of the people in my everyday life. I lose objectivity and forget how entertaining and ridiculous it is."
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