The Science Service

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Acme Press, 1989 - Comic books, strips, etc - 30 pages
"The 1951 Festival of Britain provided a potent symbol of post-war optimism. Design was given a shot in the arm and designers looked resolutely toward the future. A hundred years on and history repeats itself in Rian Hughes and John Freeman's The science service. Against the backdrop of the 2051 Expo Britain, they have fashioned a sly thriller that follows the investigations of a retired Science Service officer into the unauthorized development of the ultimate designer accessory - Imagon, which can alter appearances-- with dire consequences"--P. [4] of cover.

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