OUT OF STOCK!
The power of images to communicate is amply demonstrated in the pages of The Longest Day of the Future. Lucas Varela simultaneously constructs and communicates an entire future society predicated on a projected subsuming of national political systems into that of corporate business, one in which corporate icons dominate personal identity and brand loyalty trumps all. This is accomplished entirely without words, in this 120 page full color pantomime graphic novel that was originally published in France. There is more, of course, to this work than simply the construction of a future society. There is also its deconstruction which is set in motion by a crash-landed alien and his very special briefcase...
Fans of Jason's savvy genre tales are sure to enjoy Varela's creation, as are any who enjoy savoring the communicative power of images in sequence.
Now, apparently, out of print :(