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By Frank Miller

The Eisner Award successful quantity that brought the acclaimed BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE picture novel sequence is available in a brand new variation, now at DC Comics ordinary trim measurement of 6.75 x 10.25the similar dimensions because the different volumes within the sequence. BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE explores the numerous aspects of the darkish Knight in tales written and illustrated by means of a few of comics maximum skills, together with Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Jim Lee, Bruce Timm etc.

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My guide and “fixer” asked me last night, as he geared up for a night of opium-induced haze. “All the western journalists bring wine from Tajikistan,” he scolded. Along with the collapse of legality and religiosity has come a wholesale plunge into the kind of societal cynicism that could mean real trouble if and when the new (and old) Northern Alliance gets its act together. “In this country it’s hard to tell the difference between life and death,” the wine aficionado told me between bites of laghman noodles.

If you stay after dark,” he warns, “some of my troops will rob you. ” There’s something tantalizing about this possibility. For one thing, I’d have something to write about. For another, it might jump-start emotions and bowels locked solid by days of fending off stooped old ladies in burqas pulling at my clothes in Central Asia’s ultimate form of aggressive panhandling. Maybe the sight of all of those guns— every other male carries at least one, too many of them pointed at me—might spark my sympathy for the millions who lie under graves of stones and green flags hanging limply from mangy sticks.

More likely, some dumb fuck would shoot me just for the hell of it. I don’t care to be Number 11, not tonight. So I go home to a dinner of butter biscuits from Qatar with a side of Ashi-Mashi orange cola, and wait for the bombs to come. 30 First half of book 9/2/09 11:12 AM Page 31 6. All Things Fall Apart O TALOQAN, AFGHANISTAN, November 29 ne week after the Taliban fled this dusty provincial capital to join their comrades defending nearby Kunduz, freedom was in the air. Eleven-yearold boys toting rocket launchers bigger than themselves milled about the central square, playing soccer, flying kites and shooting their AKs into the air.

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