Syndrome by Daniel Quantz

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When a rogue neuropathologist makes a startling breakthrough — literally isolating the root of all evil in the recesses of the human brain — he'll stop at nothing to advance his theory. With the help of a naïve Hollywood actress, a tormented motion picture director, and a condemned serial killer, Dr. Wolfe Brunswick launches a bold experiment in the Nevada desert, the outcome of which could transform humanity forever. The Truman Show meets Se7en in Syndrome, an inventive, original graphic novel hardcover that serves as one of the first titles to be featured under Archaia’s new Black Label line, published in association with Fantasy Prone.

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Blake Leibel is a director and writer who specializes in creating new worlds. He directs and writes for film and television in cartoon (“Spaceballs: The Animated Series”) and live action. He also created and writes the comic book series United Free Worlds. Before founding Fantasy Prone, Blake was a fund manager and the World Champion in the online video game Half-Life.
Published September 7, 2010 by Archaia. 104 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The explicit discussion of morality gives the story a Greek tragedy feel, and the intriguing cast makes for a surprisingly character-driven story.

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Crave Online

Syndrome is an original graphic novel from Archaia’s Black Label imprint that dips its foot in many different pools;

Aug 26 2010 | Read Full Review of Syndrome

Comic Attack

Couple that with Bill Farmer’s colors and Dave Lanphear’s letters, and this is a great book to look at.

Jul 23 2010 | Read Full Review of Syndrome

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