|11th July 2012, 11:39 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Riding the trails
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Greater Manchester
DMZ by Brian Wood or other post-apocalypse
I've just finished reading the first episode of The Massive by Brian Wood and enjoyed it. It's post-apocalypse and set on a ship run by a crew of environmentalists who were part of an action group. Here's the blurb...
Set in a post-war, post-crash, post-disaster, post-everything world - the environmental action trawler Kapital scours the earth’s oceans for its missing sister ship The Massive, while struggling to redefine its core mission. What does it mean to be an activist after the world’s already ended?
Anyhow, this post isn't meant to be about The Massive but Wood's earlier work - DMZ. I read differing reports on DMZ, some say it's excellent and very well written, others say it's jumpy with poor characterisation.
Have any of you read it and what did you think?
Or.......would you recommend any other post-apocalypse/post-nuclear graphic novel/comic?
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