Like many other great stories Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury has a lot to say in between the lines as a cautionary tale which is still applicable.
I’ve enjoyed the BRZRKR character, but the real strength of these comics is the supporting cast. After all, the main character is, frankly, not that interesting
The Tainted Cup by Robert Jackson Bennett takes place in a world where people learn how to manipulate plants and the human body
Rubicons by Brett Riley: It’s junior year in Quapaw City, Arkansas. With it comes a new foe that even the Freaks cannot stop–adulthood.
An unnamed narrator as she helps her editor hide from the Memory Police and cope with an Orwellian world where memories no longer exist.
Discover the enchanting world of The Last Unicorn, a classic fantasy novel loved by readers worldwide. Follow a unicorn on a journey of wonder, love, and loss
It is gory, with hyper-violence, dismemberment, and other random acts of violence. If John Wick and Wolverine had a kid, it would be B.
The Circle’s plan is to make each and every person a member, track their movements, film them, and shine a light on government, as well as private citizens
Mr. Bennett goes a step further in this book when it comes to communication. talking is not needed, people are connected working as one entity for one goal
I think much of the information in it is nothing earth-shattering. However, I enjoyed Mr. Britt’s assessments and commentaries throughout.