When I was learning English, I read a lot of children’s books. One was about a girl falling into a rabbit hole and talking to people who were cards and chess pieces. Then there was that Greek surgeon: Dr. Zeus. -- Kabuki: Metamorphosis #2
The first issue of Philip K. Dick's Electric Ant is virtually a textbook example of what a brilliantly executed first issue should be. It opens in a hospital where a man, Garson Poole, awakens to discover that he's missing his right hand but experiencing no pain. In the issue’s central episode, he learns that he’s a robot — an "electricant," of the worker drone variety.
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