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Posted - 10/22/2013 :  11:00:01 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: Logan's Run: Rebirth
Publisher: Bluewater Productions
Writers: Paul J. Salamoff and William F. Nolan
Penciler - Cesare Tatarelli, Jayfi, and V. Kenneth Marion
How to find graphic novel:
cost: 17.99
Publication date: 10/16/2013

The note from Bluewater states: As the world deals with the loss of The Thinker; Logan, Jessica and their infant Jaq have found a secluded spot to live out their new found extended lives but the world is not yet done with Logan-6 and though he tries to stay out of things, a mysterious person from his past re-emerges with an agenda of her own and a score to settle with the retired Sandman.

My review:
This story contains 99 pages. 4 Chapters. 23rd Century. Story takes up after last mini-series reviewed at Jazma.
I would think only couple years later.
Main character in this story was born in 2084. Shaun Author Douglas. He did not get sick from radiation sickness like others in his society. Shaun was chosen to be organic element of sentient computer known as the Thinker. Shaun was turned into some sort of half human/ half machine.
Life ends for people that turn 21. Health issues (radiation poisoning), free thought and general undermining of the system of society are parts of causes of death called renewal.
Jessica is shown through out story. Ballard is dead. There are mentions of Ballard's journal. Comments about Masters and Slaves.
There is a sculpture making person named named Tabitha. I thought of Box with Sculptures in Logan's Run movie. I liked seeing child Jaq.
I do not know if this story is based on previously published works by William F. Nolan. I enjoyed reading graphic novel. I also noticed the story concludes in Logan's Run: Black Flower.

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