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Genre: Sci-Fi
Date Added: 6 November 2004
Last Update: 17 June 2010
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Current Comic Ranking: 13149/23733
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A downtrodden, cyberpunk-esque intellectual underclass struggles for freedom of thought in a totalitarian fundamentalist Christian United States.

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Toxic 5/5
Site: Rather simplistic. Easy to navigate with current arrangement.

Art: The art is a combination of photography, and animated characters composited in photos. Every comic is in black and white (not grayscale) which gives it the feel of a student art film. The font styling used is a courier/typeface font to achieve a gritty industrial look.

Story: Takes place in 2015, beginning on September 11th. The first comic in the series describes the future United States as a place where democracy is a reminent of the past. What is to blame? The Patriot Act, of course! The plot of "Answer" seems familiar to George Orwell's 1984. The bill of rights is being limited, and America's "democracy" is drifting farthur and farthur away from the image set up by our founding fathers. "Answer" provides a contemporary tale of government totalitarianism, which [in my opinion] the Bush administration is an very exaggerated, but valid example of. Did I go off on a liberal rant? Oops.

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