Graphic novel Channel Zero was a turn-of-the-millennium, visually-groundbreaking entry in the "corporate-dystopian America" genre, winning awards and making a name for its creator, writer/designer Brian Wood. Such was its success that a collection of sketches, mini-comics and preparatory design work for the graphic novel were released, called Public Domain. Now that the publishing rights have reverted to Wood, he's decided to make the collection live up to its name. He's put the entire 145-page book up on his website as a free download. Want to know what the cutting-edge near-future looked like, ten years ago? It's all in here. Public Domain: Free Book Download [Brian Wood]
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Ya. Brian Wood rights some good stuff. I am happy to get free reads from him. Thanks Mr. Wood!