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"In 1990, Frank Miller and Dave Gibbons, hot off the successes of Dark Knight Returns and Watchmen, respectively, decided to collaborate. The result: Give Me Liberty, a miniseries chronicling the splintering of America under the weight of corporate interests, black and white politics, and miles-wide economic gulfs, all told through the eyes of a willful, spirited young black woman named Martha Washington, who rises from the ghetto to prominence in the PAX Peacekeeping force. Several short stories and sequel series followed, leading up to 2007’s one-off comic, Martha Washington Dies, in which, well … she’s born on the first page of Give Me Liberty, and the circle completes on the penultimate page of Dies. The Life and Times compiles it all, every single short story, and pretty close to all of the pin-ups, advert artwork and whatever preliminary illustrations Dave Gibbons still had handy. The result is 600+ pages, over-sized, hardcover, slipcase, and it’s just amazing to behold."