Written by Erik Bitmanis
Art, Colours by Ross Zucco
Graphic Design by Morgan Dunbar
Funded on Kickstarter
Sam finds himself riding along with a now wanted artificial intelligence. As Ms. Teller mobilizes a defense, it's a race to the research facility, with Sam needing to get inside to find out what's really behind the newest cyber attack. The situation is slowly slipping out of Sam's control as it begins a spiral that will change the online world as we know it.
Set in the not-so-distant future, the internet has grown to the point where people now hook themselves up to it, and live out their lives without ever having to go back to the real world.
In this online world, we’ve created a world that depicts the future we have always imagined. Massively tall buildings that scratch at clouds, flying cars, amazingly quick transport. Sounds pretty great, huh? Well, one person doesn’t think so. And that would be our hero. Sam Wyerznowski.
Sam here, Sam was originally part of the creation of this online world. However, none of that matters to him now. Sam only wants to redeem himself in the eyes of his long term crush. Katie. Something that looks nigh impossible thanks to Sam’s previous interaction with her.
Not only that, but Sam has recently been on a leave of absence, or what some people are referring to as a “forced retirement.” This retirement was brought on by events completely in Sam’s control. And I mean completely.
Yet, when one of the research facilities of Sam’s previous employer, Ms. Teller, is attacked, she has no choice but to turn to the one person who can help her. That person was unfortunately unavailable, so now she is stuck with Sam. Can Sam shake off the rust in time to survive this whole ordeal? Will he get a shot to prove Katie his worth? Or is he about to discover the problem he’s stumbling into is much larger than he could have ever imagined? (Spoilers: it is!)
There’s one more chance to re-connect.
- First Print: ??? Copies Printed Officially Released at FanExpo Canada August 2017 (In conjunction with issue 1)