Paradigm: Segue to an Interlude

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Image Comics, Aug 1, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 156 pages
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Paradigm is a planned and outlined trip into the unknown. An epic tale of an ensemble cast who attempt to remember the past in a world where passions, trolls, fairies, conspiracies, and talking cats thrive. With this volume, the evolution has begun, and no one gets out alive. Except for those, perhaps, who embrace the "pop."

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Review: Paradigm Volume 1: Segue to an Interlude

User Review  - Brent Fontes - Goodreads

Schizophrenic conspiracy insanity. I feel like I just read a Phillip K. Dick graphic novel in the vein of A Scanner Darkly. Frankly I'm not actually sure what to think other than Cashel and Huan are ... Read full review

Review: Paradigm Volume 1: Segue to an Interlude

User Review  - Kristin - Goodreads

Definitely one of those stories that benefits from the graphic novel format. Cashell's strange, heavy-handed but interesting philosophical storyline benefits greatly from the grounding provided by ... Read full review

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