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FROM THE MIND OF SCIENCE-FICTION LEGEND PHILIP K. DICK!!! David Mack and Pascal Alixe continue their charged and visually stunning adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Ant! When most people have crises of identity, a therapist might advise them to look inside themselves for answers. But after Garson Poole, CEO of Tri-Plan Industries, wakes up in a hospital and is told he is not human, but, in fact, a robot known as an Electric Ant, he goes looking for answers by opening up his chest panel and literally looks inside himself. But what lies in there is more profound and terrifying than anyone is prepared for…

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For those who aren't aware Electric Ant is not a Marvel made story, but rather a short story Marvel is converting into comic book form.  With the assumption that most had not read the source material, the reader is left to assume it's a faithful adaptation, when for all we know this whole story could be happening in the dark ages in the original story.  But anyway, the reason this relates to the review is that it's hard to pick what to judge the story on.  But lets try shall we?  The story, as I...

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