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Blade Runner 2019 #3

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Hunter becomes hunted, as veteran Blade Runner Ash is shot down in neo-noir Los Angeles, 2019! The first new comic series set in the world of Blade Runner, from Michael Green (screenwriter for Blade Runner 2049) and Mike Johnson (Star Trek), and illustrated by Andres Guinaldo (Justice League Dark, Captain America)!


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Hunter becomes hunted, as veteran Blade Runner Ash is shot down in neo-noir Los Angeles, 2019! The first new comic series set in the world of Blade Runner, from Michael Green (screenwriter for Blade Runner 2049) and Mike Johnson (Star Trek), and illustrated by Andres Guinaldo (Justice League Dark, Captain America)!

30 review for Blade Runner 2019 #3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Pereira

    The story takes a clear shape now and it leaves the reader wanting more, in Blade Runner fashion.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Florin Pitea

    Gripping story. Very good graphics. Recommended.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    3.5

  4. 5 out of 5

    GuyBanff

    Shockingly Good In another shocking twist for a sci fi book of the 2010's, the evil doer sought by the androgynous female cop is not necessarily "the patriarchy" in the form of a father seeking his daughter back. Instead another layer of the onion is pulled back, and it appears a woman replicant, not the father, is seeking the death of the young girl. This detail will seem so trivial to readers from past or hopefully future ages of American Science Fiction who are not aware of how oppressive Shockingly Good In another shocking twist for a sci fi book of the 2010's, the evil doer sought by the androgynous female cop is not necessarily "the patriarchy" in the form of a father seeking his daughter back. Instead another layer of the onion is pulled back, and it appears a woman replicant, not the father, is seeking the death of the young girl. This detail will seem so trivial to readers from past or hopefully future ages of American Science Fiction who are not aware of how oppressive, how dogmatic, how all encompassing, how repetitive the "progressive" orthodoxy and religion has fallen across publishing popular culture this decade. With this one breach of progressive orthodoxy made, dare we wonder if the androgynous female cop may NOT be revealed as a lesbian in the series future? Could the protagonist of our stories sexuality not be mentioned, or, so unlikely, could she be revealed to be a heterosexual? That would make Bladerunner 2019 among a tiny minority of sci fi works this decade! I actually look forward with hope and interest this comic will produce a story relatively free of the all pervasive progressive agenda popular culture is stifled under.

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    Ally Whittam

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    Clara Fei-Fei

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    Patrick Greene

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    Mai

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    Brian Moreau

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    Travis McAlister

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    Teegfett

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    Aidan Duffy

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    Quinn Modrak

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    Tammie Jessee

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    Jordan Graham

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    Haley Wofford

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    Shane

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    Lrenzo

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    Ryan Stewart

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    Corey

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    John

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    Kevin Syers

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    Joe

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    David Cattarin

  29. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Zeman

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