Transmeet #1

Transmeet #1

Writer: Juliana Azevedo Artist: Mauricio Pommella Publisher: 215 Ink Release Date: March 6, 2013 Critic Reviews: 2
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In the not so distant future, teleportation has connected the entire world. While technology amazes humankind…human life expectancy is very short and the ones alive develop health problems at a very young age… Artificial organ implants are very common but expendables, while a natural organ transplant is very expensive but could last many years.

  • 5.0
    CHUD - D.S. Randlett Aug 31, 2013

    Transmeet isn't terrible, exactly, it just tries too much not hard enough. As a result there's nothing to grab on to. Nothing to love, or hate. Like Paycheck, it's just the trappings. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Tyler Gross Apr 15, 2013

    Upon my first read, I truly did not like this comic book. Pledged to valiantly give you the best opinion (and because my editors make me), I read it multiple times. I can honestly say it gets better upon repeat readings. The cyclical nature of the bookend sequences necessitates this, but it isn't enough to overcome some glaring faults (like how can future technology teleport people, but not come up with a better version of Siri?). Though you'll be thrilled by scenes of seemingly living entities of robotic matter (the provoking images callback memories of Xorn, the machine that turns Bill Bixby into Lou Ferrigno and the haunting eye of HAL9000), there simply isn't enough else here to bring most readers back for that second read.  Read Full Review

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