- Paperback: 72 pages
- Publisher: AIT/PLANETLAR; First Edition edition (March 2, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1932051074
- ISBN-13: 978-1932051070
- Product Dimensions: 0.3 x 6.4 x 9.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,695,686 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Channel Zero: Jennie One Paperback – March 2, 2003
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His work on company-owned and licensed work includes Star Wars, The X-Men, Conan The Barbarian, and Aliens. In his previous career as a graphic designer, his clients included Rockstar Games, Eidos Interactive, Nerve, and Nike.
He is most known for work dealing with near-future world building, but also for historical fiction, scifi, and female-friendly YA, all with strong socio-political topics and identity themes.
Brian lives in Brooklyn, NYC with his family.
Top Customer Reviews
Also, your mastery of anatomy, pencil strokes, I can't find enough good things to say about your skills as an artist.
The premise: this book tells the origin story of Jennie 3.0 from Channel Zero. We see that she doesn't have a conventional viewpoint right from the start. The chilling words "I remember this day, I remember these people dying, I remember the riots" gives us an introduction into Jennie's seemingly traumatic psyche. It sets up the intense background of the person who took matters into her own hands in the original Channel Zero. What prompted her to hate the clean act, what prompted her to act against it with such hatred and prejudice. The rest of the book tells us what Jennie believes in, tells us that beliefs can be lethal; can lead people to act against whole governments and that it really isn't that bad on the other side of the coin.
The basic question here is: Does what she believe make her an outlaw? Was she wrong or was she right? This book answers that question, or rather, lets you answer that question yourself.
Throw in the usual urban style you'd expect from Brian and this book makes its own way into the hearts of his fans. The angst is there, the anger is there, that dysfunctional vibe is there, the interesting scope into the relationships these characters hold dear is there.Read more ›