Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Dust to Dust #2

Writer: Chris Roberson Artist: Robert Adler Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: June 30, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Who hunted androids before Rick Deckard? Just two men: Malcolm Reed, a 'special' human with the power to feel others' emotions, and Charlie Victor who's the perfect man for the job - or is he? Don't miss this second issue of the science fiction milestone that fleshes out Philip K. Dick's world and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?'s mythology! Covers by Trevor Hairsine and Benjamin Carre.

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    Major Spoilers - Scott Hunter Jul 5, 2010

    Both covers are well-drawn, with Cover A depicting a man who I assume is meant to be Charlie Victor holding a smoking gun with a face (who is possibly meant to be Talus?) in the background, and Cover B showing a man (who could be anyone but who I think is meant to be Reed) looking out on a very Blade Runner esque city. However, neither cover has much to do with what is going on in the book, and the man on Cover A does not look a whole lot like the Victor inside the issue. I have been surprised (but pleasantly so) that the city in this series does not look like that of Blade Runner at all, and so Cover B doesn't particularly please me either (although the visual style is the least of my problems with Blade Runner, but that's not for this review).How Very Dickian of this Book to Defy my Expectations Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Jul 5, 2010

    I wasn't expecting to like "Dust to Dust" since prequel comic series for novels, TV shows, and movies tend to be pretty bad, but this series has started off strong. Roberson's decision to have the android hunters be an android and an empath give that plot a unique feel, while Robert Adler's art jumps off the page, demanding to be poured over. Fans of Dick's work should read this series. Read Full Review

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