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Pariah # 2 by Philip Gelatt (Writer) and Brett Weldele (Artist) (comic review).

March 28, 2014 | By | Reply More
Pariah # 2 by Philip Gelatt (Writer) and Brett Weldele (Artist) (comic review).

The cover of issue two of ‘Pariah’ makes me giggle. It’s so very teen-age. Inside, we have skipped forward forty-three days since the Vitros (genetically modified humans – intelligent and precocious) have been launched into orbit on a derelict space station. Between looking for more booby traps, the Vitros are scavenging local space junk. Brandon, […]

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Pariah # 1 by Philip Gelatt (Writer) and Brett Weldele (Artist) (comic-book review).

February 26, 2014 | By | Reply More
Pariah # 1 by Philip Gelatt (Writer) and Brett Weldele (Artist) (comic-book review).

  Pariah # 1 is the first comic in a new series following the release of Aron Warner’s Pariah: Volume 1 where we learned about the Vitros, children born of an experiment designed to cure rare and fatal diseases in-vitro. They’re still human, just very intelligent, and like all sub-sets of the population, they’re regarded […]

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Pariah: Volume One by Aron Warner, Philip Gelatt (writers) and Brett Weldele (artist) (graphic novel review).

January 20, 2014 | By | Reply More
Pariah: Volume One by Aron Warner, Philip Gelatt (writers) and Brett Weldele (artist) (graphic novel review).

Vitros are children born of an experiment designed to cure rare and fatal diseases in-vitro. They’re essentially human, but highly intelligent. Like all sub-sets of the population, they’re regarded with distrust, however. Some attempt to blend with society, others are hidden away and yet others are invited to put their exemplary minds to use. When […]

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