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WILL EISNER'S NEW YORK: LIFE IN THE BIG CITY (2006) collects four of Will Eisner's previous graphic novels featuring tales from the Big Apple: , its sequel , , and .

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Busiek and Anderson bring the first volume of “Life in the Big City” to a close with “Dinner at Eight”, in which Samaritan and Winged Victory go on a date, first in costume and then incognito. The writer excels at dialogue and developing character and this final chapter allows him to do both as the two most famous heroes on Earth learn that they don’t share similar superheroic ideologies.

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Busiek, Ross and Anderson have constructed a living, breathing world by exploring it from the six distinctly different vantage points. Astro City is a big, bold place that is more optimistic than it is frightening. The creators have taken the familiar and breathed real life into all of its characters, from the wholesome to the malevolent. None of the material from which “Life in the Big City” is inspired is treated with tongue-in-cheek. It’s treated with affection.

New York: A Life in the Big City – Will Eisner, 2006
“Astro City: Life in the Big City” embraces the fantastic, the ridiculous and the aspirational, while instilling a real world sensibility, in this wondrous six-chapter volume of interrelated stories about a superhero-protected metropolis known as Astro City.Life in the Big City is the start of a truly phenomenal comic and should be read by any comic book fan. The most impressive part is that Astro City would get even better in the second trade...Astro City: Life in the Big City
Written by: Kurt Busiek
Art by: Brent Anderson
Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
Letters: Richard Starkings, Josh Roshell
Publisher: DC Comics
Original Publication Date: August 1995
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Each chapter in Life in the Big City is a standalone short story, highlighting different corners of this fictional universe. The city's leading superhero tries to be everywhere at once, and berates himself for every wasted second as he longs for just a moment of his own. A small time hood learns a hero's secret identity, and tries to figure out how to profit from the knowledge. A beat reporter gets some advice from his editor on his first day on the job. A young woman tries to balance the demands of her family with her own hopes and desires. Despite the fantastic settings, the characters in these slice-of-life stories feel like real people, and that gives the stories real power.