2020 Visions by Jamie DeLano

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Jamie Delano's tour de force follows the lives of a disjointed family, struggling to survive in the morally and socially decadent United States of 2020. From symbiotic venereal diseases to exclusive human breeding facilities, the future never looked so bleak, or so hopeful.
 

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Life Sucks was written by Jessica Abel and Gabe Soria, with art by Warren Pleece. Jessica Abel is one of the foremost female comics creators in the industry. She and her husband teach courses on creating comics at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and have co-written the textbook based on their classes, "Drawing Words and Writing Pictures," also out this season from First Second. Gabe Soria is a Brooklyn-based music journalist and has written "Batman Adventures," Warren Pleece is a British comics artist who has worked on numerous projects, including "The Invisibles" and "Hellblazer, Written by John Wagner, Robbie MorrisonArt by Frank Quitely, Colin MacNeil, Andy Clarke, Neil Googe
 
Published August 1, 2005 by Speakeasy Comics. 295 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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These four vaguely linked dystopian stories about America's near future were originally serialized as a comic book in the late '90s, and their ideas about what's coming are already a bit out of date.

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