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FROM THE MIND OF LEGENDARY SCI-FI AUTHOR PHILIP K. DICK! Garson Poole had a pretty great life: good job, nice apartment, a sexy, flirtatious assistant. And then he wakes up in a hospital room…the doctors inform him that he’s been in a car accident…and they can’t treat him. Because he’s a robot. Specifically, Garson is an Electric Ant, a human-like robot created and programmed to serve a specific function. But what is Garson’s function? How will his friends and co-workers treat him, knowing that he’s a machine, and not a person? And how much of his world is real, and how much of it is part of his programming? Written by Kabuki scribe David Mack and illustrated by Pascal Alixe (ETERNALS ANNUAL).

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So....not about Pym. 0

It's a real shame, I've always been a big Pym fan if only to see how he screws up.  Honestly if this one was called Electric..... I don't know, electric bee I probably wouldn't of wanted to pick it up.  Though I'm glad I did, because this book does one thing that most comics don't.     It doesn't tell you everything.  Which is significant for a first issue, which usually have an overload of information.  Though this makes a lot of since considering that this book was adopted from a short story (...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Electric Scripting 0

Okay, now I understand that David Mack has a pretty good reputation around town, but this was a little flat for me. The scripting here was just plane cheesy at points. Like "You don't have to call an electric ant Mr".    I love sci fi and especially the writings of Philip K Dick. He has amazing concepts and brilliant writing. My only problem is when ever adapting a classic author there needs to be depth and great dialogue. This first issue does deliver on the the art, except in some areas it see...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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