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Set fifteen years prior to the events of the first volume, The Surrogates: Flesh and Bone sheds light on the past that binds the cast together. From the streets of Central Georgia Metropolis to the boardroom of Virtual Self, Inc., it takes us on a journey through a city struggling to come to grips with its present. As much a cautionary tale as a story of suspense, this book reminds us that tomorrow will be determined by the choices we make today

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Author: Robert Venditti Illustrator: Brett Weldele Language: English Pages: 144 Publisher: Top Shelf Productions Length: 10.0 inches Width: 6.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Integrates nicely with the original Surrogates. Pros: ~ in addition to the main storyline, all subordinate story lines also fit seamlessly (e.g. when Margaret gets her first surrogate) ~ the artwork helps the reader to immerse into the environment of the story ~ solid story telling Cons: ~ some of the dialogue is hackneyed; reminiscent of an 80's cop drama ~ I expected The Prophet's revolt to be more dynamic. Overall, an enjoyable read. The supporting literature enhanced the story.

Flesh and Bone takes the ideas of the first graphic novel and expands on them. The writing is excellent and the artwork, although sloppy, is some of the best I've seen. It creates so much atmosphere and lets the story become the driving force. Although Flesh and Bone is prequel to the first, I highly recommend reading them in the order that they were released, instead of the time line of the story. I felt Flesh and Bone gave too many hints to the first. Read "Surrogates" first and then pick this one up to learn more about Harvey and The Prophet!!

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Set fifteen years prior to the events of the first volume, The Surrogates: Flesh and Bone sheds light on the past that binds the cast together. From the streets of Central Georgia Metropolis to the boardroom of Virtual Self, Inc., it takes us on a journey through a city struggling to come to grips with its present. As much a cautionary tale as a story of suspense, this book reminds us that tomorrow will be determined by the choices we make today

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