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by Paul Pope

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Written by PAUL POPE Art and cover by PAUL POPE The edgy, groundbreaking epic from visionary creator Paul Pope is now available in paperback! Collecting all five issues of the hard-hitting miniseries that takes a peek inside a cyberpunk vision of the year 2038, this new volume includes a host of never-before-seen material previously only available in the HC.… (more)

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  nerdythor | May 30, 2017 |
An innovative look at six lives in a cyberpunk'd future New York. Life is crap but folks are getting on with living it in the best way they can. The imagery is great, evoking a shabby, sleazy future of crowds, parties, slums and technology, rendered with Paul Pope's characteristic slightly crazy style. A satisfying ending too. ( )
  questbird | May 20, 2015 |
Pope's drawing style took a bit of getting used to, at first it was sometimes hard to tell exactly what was going on in a scene. That said, it is certainly an intriguing style that is down right beautiful at times.

Despite the somewhat oppressive feeling you get from the setting, I found the story to be very uplifting and even amusing at times. I felt really connected to the characters. ( )
  swampygirl | Dec 9, 2013 |
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  ericoassis | Jul 28, 2012 |
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A very well done story of six people, forming and unforming as couples, in New York in the year 2038; the background is fairly incidental, and it reminded me a bit of Jason Lutes' Berlin, though with less politics. ( )
1 vote nwhyte | Feb 20, 2007 |
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100% is, to my mind, the best thing Pope's ever done, or at least, the best fiction (I have a not-so-quiet love for his coffee table book of sketches and essays, Pulp Hope); it's science fiction that's messy, honest and at times beautiful, a story for grown-ups that ditches astronauts for strippers, heroes for artists and makes everything into a world of possibility all over again. Highly recommended.
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Written by PAUL POPE Art and cover by PAUL POPE The edgy, groundbreaking epic from visionary creator Paul Pope is now available in paperback! Collecting all five issues of the hard-hitting miniseries that takes a peek inside a cyberpunk vision of the year 2038, this new volume includes a host of never-before-seen material previously only available in the HC.

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