A war is raging and the stakes are impossibly high. To the victors go the spoils of the ultimate natural resource – mankind’s sub-conscious – and the power to remake reality on a whim, to become Godlike.
One man is caught in the middle … and he’s not happy about it.
Mike Dowling says:
“A brilliant concept executed with real wit and style. It’s a fantastically sustained act of the imagination. The art sings on every page telling a dense, audacious story: it’s a time spanning epic; a metaphysical battle with past present and future at stake. An out of nowhere explosion of great comic art.”
Brendan McCarthy says:
“A magickal mash-up of classic sci-fi epochs that creates an intelligent and literary graphic novel experience.”
Mike Carey says:
“I’d say this book was insanely ambitious, except that Meirion Jones actually pulls it off. His literary-philosophical conspiracy thriller eats its own tail in epic, anarchic style. The story is crazy fun, and the art is glorious.”