Neon Future #1
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Neon Future #1

Writer: Jim Krueger, Tom Bilyeu, Steve Aoki, Matt Colon, Samantha Levenshus, Dana Brawer Artist: Jheremy Raapack Publisher: Impact Theory Release Date: March 27, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 4
9.0Critic Rating
7.4User Rating

The world is in the grips of an economic crisis. Due to mass unemployment, advanced technology has been outlawed. The world is now divided between those with implanted technology and those without. When the world's most famous anti-tech crusader dies and is resurrected using the illegal technology he has sworn to eliminate, he must decide who to fight with his terrifying new powers. From visionary Grammy-nominated producer and DJ, Steve Aoki, and Eisner award-winning writer Jim Krueger, with art by Neil Edwards and Jheremy Raapack.

  • 10
    Sirens of Sequentials - Jenn Marshall Apr 3, 2019

    It is tough to review each aspect separately with Neon Future. Change one aspect and you would have a completely different experience. Everything about this book works so well together. The colors chosen between the real world and the dream world drastically change, which helps sell the grittiness of the reality. There is a lot of dialogue and worldbuilding needed, but it never disrupts the story. The lettering is clear and expertly arranged. I picked up this book because of the cover, but less than five pages into the book I added it to my pull list. This is a top-notch book put together by a team who works flawlessly together. I cannot wait to see what they do next. Read Full Review

  • 9.8
    Comicsverse - Leijah Petelka Jan 26, 2019

    NEON FUTURE #1 sets readers up with a phenomenal story. Visually stunning, this comic is definitely something you don't want to sleep on. With some of the population accepting technology into their life, how will they survive the laws against them? Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Apr 1, 2019

    A lot of familiar elements with some new twists, all delivered with excellent art. This book has tons of potential. Read Full Review

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