So Smart in Their Fine Uniforms by Kurt Busiek
(Arrowsmith, Book 1)

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Written by Kurt Busiek; art and cover by Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merino A new trade paperback collecting the beautifully illustrated 6-issue miniseries! Join Fletcher Arrowsmith as he embarks on a voyage of self-discovery in an alternate universe in which magic plays a part in World War I! Arrowsmith needs to choose sides in the struggle, but soon realizes that if the so-called good guys win, the world will be forever changed. But will it be for better or worse? Will he be able to find his place - and himself - in this world? Plus, this collection includes the 8-page preview story that introduced Fletcher Arrowsmith!

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Multiple Eisner Award-winning superstar comics' writer Kurt Busiek has written everything from SUPERMAN to SPIDERMAN alongside his own creation, fan-favorite ASTRO CITY. In 2003, Busiek was picked by Marvel and DC to pen the best-selling JLA/AVENGERS crossover event; the first and only meeting between the two competing franchises. Daryl Gregory's first novel, PANDEMONIUM, appeared from Del Rey Books in 2008 and won the Crawford Award for 2009. It was also a finalist for several other awards, including the Shirley Jackson Award and the World Fantasy Award. His second novel, THE DEVIL'S ALPHABET, appeared in November, 2009, and was named one of the best books of the year by Publisher's Weekly. Scott Godlewski is co-creator of MYSTERIOUS ADVENTURE MAGAZINE and a freelance comic book illustrator and writer living in Mesa, Arizona. Superstar artist Carlos Pacheco (X-Men, Avengers Forever) brings his unique, story vision and outstanding illustration to Marvel's venerable First Family.
Published August 1, 2004 by WildStorm. 160 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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It's all pretty normal—except that in this world, magic has taken the place of technology, Connecticut is part of the United States of Columbia, Fletcher's actually learning to fly on his own (with the aid of a miniature dragon), the aerial battles are fought with swords (when they don't involve ...

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