A dystopian tale that analyzes the conflict between perception and identity through the struggle of three people who consider a
'body transplant' as a solution to their lives.
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I.D. based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Overall, I.D. is a unique story and has a unique art and coloring, this is a first for me to read a graphic novel like this. The story is really good but too bad the author didn’t go any deeper with it. We’re left with assumptions and so many unanswered questions about the story, the relationship between the characters and what happened to them later on (especially charlotte). It would be great if we had a sequel that could explain a lot.
Science fiction tale about changing one's body In some not-so-distant future, three strangers meet to discuss changing their bodies through body transplant experimentation. A short story, it deals with the problems, especially moral and mental, that would accompany this process and the results for all three. In red/pink and white drawings and lettering, this is not easy to read in the digital edition.