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Philip K Dick: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (Dgtl|Empire)
Type:
Other > Comics
Files:
32
Size:
589.4 MiB (618029535 Bytes)

Tag(s):
Philip K Dick Do Androids Dream of Electric Dust to Dust Blade Runner Boom Studios

Uploaded:
2013-12-24 23:29:57 GMT
By:
gesserit Trusted

Seeders:
13
Leechers:
1
Comments
5  

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479A3E0FE93C3BB0DDC228C2E24E1506FC428C0B
 




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Overview:
   
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Do_Androids_Dream_of_Electric_Sheep%3F#Comic_book
   
   
Contains:
   
   Do Androids Dream of Red-Nosed Reindeer 01-24 (2009-2011) (Digital-1280) (Fawkes-
                                                                             Empire)
   
   Do Androids Dream of [...] - Dust to Dust 01-08 (2010) (Digital-1280) (Fawkes-
                                                                          Empire)
   
   
Note:
   
   The original release version of "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep 14 (2010) 
   (2 covers) (Digital) (Fawkes-Empire)" had a missing page, which has here been 
   restored courtesy of the earlier traditionally-scanned version by Harkonnen-DCP.
   
   Considering that one of the major selling points of this adaptation is that it 
   supposedly contains the full text of the novel, missing pages take on a slightly
   graver significance that they usually do, I couldn't help but muse... :P

Comments


Heh, I wasn't sure how much interest this torrent would end up generating, but I make it's got the second-highest seed count of any series pack at the mo', so that answers that! You're welcome, one (^) and all!
A little insight into that Gesserit. I almost skipped it because I've read the original, seen the movie and the directors cut and then the real directors cut - twice, so it's not like I didn't know the story.

At first I was only going to download "Dust to Dust" just to see what it is, but then I read that it "contains the full text of the novel" which does differ from the movie, so what the hell, now I get to reread the book, this time with pictures.

Dick's books always have the comical edge that sure wasn't apparent in "Blade Runner," but did show through in "A Scanner Darkly." From a quick perusal of this it's seems to have been captured in the surprisingly good artwork.

I do wish they would do comic book versions of stories that we don't know so well, ("Man in the High Tower," or my personal favorite, "Clans of the Alphane Moon")but this is proving to be a welcome Christmas surprise.

Thank you as always.
Thescribe, I couldnt agree with you more. My personal choice for a comic would be The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch.

And thanks for this upload gesserit
Thank you, big fan of the Dick here. Haaaah.
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