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Acclaimed filmmaker Barry Sonnenfeld ('Men in Black' films) and superstar comic book writer, Grant Morrison ('All Star Superman', 'Batman'), discuss the book and plans for a film (Part 1 of 3).
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"A Free Comic Book Preview showcasing 4 new graphic novels from Eric Eisner’s, “Epic Cycle” comic book label. H20: Set in the not too distant future… When a 100-year global drought devastates the Earth, humankind teeters on the brink of collapse. As the remaining nations wage war in a deadly race to claim and control the planet’s last known source of fresh water. Written by Grant Calof and illustrated by Jeevan J. Kang Eternity Kill: Two immortal races has raged an off-world war to control our solar system-- a millennia long battle that will finally come to an end here on Earth. As a super-human assassin closes in on the last survivors of an ancient, elemental race, Kain is forced to choose between revealing his true past or sacrificing the woman he loves. Written by Grant Calof and illustrated by Edison George & Siddharth Kotian. Purgatory: Is there life after death? People across the globe have been trying to answer this question since the beginning of time. Many have had near death experiences but no one has ever been able to prove it…. until now. Rogue scientist, Professor Alscott sets out to prove what no one else has. Does heaven and hell really exist? With the help of his four brightest students, Alscott sets out to prove this age old question by putting his students in near death conditions and recording what they see. It works! Until something goes terribly wrong… Written by Julian Metter with artwork by Edison George. A Thousand Arts: A kung-fu action thriller set in the unforgiving Alaskan wilderness where an archeological dig uncovers a trove of 7,000 year old documents that describe hidden martial arts knowledge. When an assassins guild attempts to steal this newfound power, the last living descendent of the original monks must reclaim his destiny, protect his people’s secrets and become the master of a thousand arts. Written by Stuart Moore. "
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Natural disasters are woven into humankind’s collective DNA. From the ancient Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh to the Book of Revelation, apocalyptic literature has permeated every chapter of humankind.…But what if those disasters weren’t natural? What if those events were man-made? With a best-seller, a bottomless bank account and a bombshell girlfriend, reclusive author / adventurer, Kain Sennoa is the portrait of modern-day success-- but he hides a dark, eternal secret no one knows... at least no one on Earth. Unbeknownst to humankind, an off-world war has raged between two immortal races to control our solar system-- a millennia long battle that will finally come to an end here on Earth. As a super-human assassin closes in on the last survivors of an ancient, elemental race, Kain is forced to choose between revealing his true past or sacrificing the woman he loves. Created by Liquid Comics and producer Eric Eisner’s, “Epic Cycle” graphic novel imprint.
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PART ONE: Set in the not too distant future… When a 100-year global drought devastates the Earth and a failed rainmaking experiment destroys the atmosphere, humankind teeters on the brink of collapse. As the remaining nations wage war over dwindling water supplies and natural resources, two rival scientists on opposite sides of the world discover a lost glacier high in the Andes-- setting off a deadly race to claim and control the planet’s last known source of fresh water. The story focuses on Aaron Turner, a brilliant volcanologist with a secret past he’d like to keep hidden. Aaron’s known for his radical, sometimes controversial theories and his intelligence is off the charts, but he’s trapped in the shadow of his father’s brilliance and failures – a burden that may finally lift if Aaron reaches the buried glacier first. But a terrible revelation awaits underground that threatens the very existence of their mission. Created by Liquid Comics and producer Eric Eisner’s, “Epic Cycle” graphic novel imprint. Written by Grant Calof (Hulk: Unchained) with artwork by Jeevan J. Kang (Spider-Man: India; John Woo’s Seven Brothers, The Sadhu).
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Five hundred years in the future the government monitors everything - including your mind. Everyone on earth has been infected with a nano-tech virus that allows a central computer known as the Omnimind, to tap into and analyze people's thoughts. As a result, all crime has been eliminated from society for decades, until a violent murder shatters the fragile social facade. Searching for answers, a group of rebels have engineered the ultimate weapon: a genetically altered child, born immune to the virus. With the ability to act undetected, he's the only one on the planet that can elude the elaborate apparatus of the suffocating Ominimind. Now in a society where security is the paramount concern, the hunt is on for the one blip in the system that might bring the whole house of cards crashing down.
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500 years in the future when citizens' thoughts are monitored by a centralized super-computer and crime has all but been eliminated, the mysterious and violent death of an individual is cause for significant alarm. This is whole new terrain for the ill-equipped security forces, especially when what appears to be a homicide investigation leads to evidence that someone's mind is off the grid, raising the tantalizing possibility that absolute security - and the world in general - is not all that it's cracked up to be. Acclaimed writer Marc Guggenheim presents part two of his original series Nowhere Man, where the mystery only deepens and action picks up. Created and written by Marc Guggenheim, a screenwriter on the ""Green Lantern"" blockbuster film and producer on 'No Ordinary Family,' and 'Flash Forward,' with stunning artwork by Jeevan J. Kang (Seven Brothers, Sadhu).
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Created and written by Marc Guggenheim, a screenwriter on the "Green Lantern" blockbuster film and producer on 'No Ordinary Family,' and 'Flash Forward,' with stunning artwork by Jeevan J. Kang (Seven Brothers, Sadhu) Acclaimed writer Marc Guggenheim presents part three of his original series Nowhere Man, where the mystery only deepens and action picks up. In this issue, Sovran discovers the stunning truth behind the Omnimind and the disturbing secrets that have remained hidden from society for generations.
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500 Years in the future, every thought you have is monitored by a central apparatus called the Omnimind, devised and controlled by a singular globalized government. Now one man (Mason) whose thoughts are off the grid, who was engineered for the singular purpose of bringing down the Omnimind comes face to face with his destiny. In doing so, Mason realizes the Omnimind is not just a machine and the consequences of bringing it down may be more devastating than his lifetime's worth of training could possibly have prepared him for.
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What if you could have the world of your dreams...and all it cost you was every private thought you ever had. Five hundred years in the future, the government monitors everything - including your most private thoughts. Everyone on earth has been infected with a virus that allows a central computer known as the Omnimind, to tap into and analyze people’s thoughts. As a result, all crime has been eliminated from society for decades, until a violent murder shatters the fragile social facade. Searching for answers, a group of rebels have engineered the ultimate weapon: a genetically altered child, born immune to the virus. With the ability to act undetected, he's the only one on the planet that can elude the elaborate apparatus of the suffocating Ominimind. Now in a society where security is the paramount concern, the hunt is on for the one flaw in the system that might bring the whole house of cards crashing down. Created and written by Marc Guggenheim (Amazing Spider-Man, No Ordinary Family, Halcyon), with artwork by Jeevan J. Kang (John Woo’s Seven Brothers, The Sadhu, Ramayan 3392AD). Issue #1 of the comic series ranked as #4 in Newsarama's Newsworthy New Releases. “This concept of privacy being essential to individualism will be an interesting topic to explore. Nowhere Man #1 is certainly worth a look. (8.1 out of 10)” – Crave Online “It’s got a lot of great action, and the story is moved along flawlessly. If you haven’t heard of this comic before, well you should have. More importantly you need to pick this book up.” - One Geek Nation “Minority Report from the other side of the cell leads to an arresting ride.” – Broken Frontier
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PART ONE: Is there life after death? People across the globe have been trying to answer this question since the beginning of time. Many have had near death experiences claiming to have seen the light. Some have claimed to arrive at heavens gates. Some claim to have spoken to dead souls below. But no one has ever been able to prove it…. until now. Rogue scientist, Professor Alscott, secretly hired by the Vatican, sets out to prove what no one else has. Does heaven and hell really exist? With the help of his four brightest students, Professor Alscott sets out to prove this age old question by putting his students in near death conditions and recording what they see. It works! Until something goes terribly wrong… Written by Ron Marz (Witchblade, Beyond) with artwork by Edison George (John Woo’s Seven Brothers, Beyond).
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