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TomorrowLand

by Grant Bailie

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Hello. This is the future. See our spaceships. See our moving sidewalks and silent cars. See our tallest, shiniest building and the bright blue sky that teeters upon its point. Thus begins Grant Bailie s fourth book, TomorrowLand, A collection of interwoven stories and drawings that offer a vision of the future that is, by turns, dystopian, nostalgic, whimsical, surreal, and morose. With a cast of characters that include mad scientists, disenchanted time travelers, and robots falling from space, Bailie creates a dream like world that is at once familiar and unlike anything you have seen before.

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