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The Surface Volume 1 (Surface Tp) by Ales…

The Surface Volume 1 (Surface Tp)

by Ales Kot

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  kephradyx | Jun 20, 2017 |
Intellectual look at a dystopian world
The three main protagonists, Mark (the son of the President), Gomez and Nasia, in a not-too-distant future look for the Surface, a holographic world in Tanzania. Betrayed, they lead others to the Surface who want to use it for their own purposes.
There are various shifts of scene including the writer including himself in the plot. Maybe I don’t have the intellectual capacity or the patience for this but I found it all quite confusing.
The script is introspective, well-researched and wordy, the artwork reasonably good.
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  PaulAllard | Dec 9, 2015 |
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What if everything you ever imagined could come true? Welcome to Africa, 2034. The West and the East are moving in and three hackers are searching Tanzania for the place that can change the world: the Surface. When they discover it, love, imagination, and survival go on a collision course as things change beyond their wildest dreams! Welcome to the universe of a mind-bending, action SF epic drawn by the esteemed Langdon Foss (Get Jiro!, Winter Soldier) and colored by the Eisner-winning Jordie Bellaire (Zero, Pretty Deadly, Moon Knight).

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