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An estranged family is brought together by a funeral, and bitter and angry Samantha Hurley confronts her half-brother about past wrongs, and in the process finds out something wonderful and unexpected about the family genes she carries. From the creative team that brought you Channel Zero: Jennie One, as well as the original writer of the Marvel Comics' controversial Nyx, comes Demo, a 12-issue monthly series about real life people struggling to come to terms with the superpowers they're burdened with. Each issue is a complete, stand-alone story.


  • Ranked #94 in Wizard Magazine's list of "100 Best Single Issue Comics Since You Were Born".


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Stark and Realistic... 0

I've never read any of the Demo series before, but the cover of this issue caught my attention immediately. There may be super powers here, but it's much more Love and Rockets than Superman. The story is a classic teen angst tale. Both the writing and the art are great - Brian Wood's writing, for it's believable dialog and characterization, Becky Cloonan's art for it's outstanding black and white composition. There is no grayscale here - and almost no shading - everything is in stark black and...

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