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Episode 36

Issue #36 20XX, Red Mother, The Old Guard: Force Multiplied, Star Trek: Picard - Countdown

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(Brian's Pick) 20XX from IMAGE COMICS written by Jonathan Luna and Lauren Keeley with art by Jonathan Luna                                   

This sci-fi thriller for mature readers imagines a not-so-distant future-a world of norms and syms, divided by fear. Syms, a small percentage of the population with telekinetic abilities, form gangs to survive. But division only breeds more division, and Mer and Nuon experience this firsthand as they become entangled in the often dramatic, sometimes violent, but always complex social landscape of sym gang rivalries in Anchorage, Alaska.                              

(Joe's Pick) The Red Mother from BOOM! Studios written by Jeremy Haun with art by Danny Luckert                                       

After losing her eye and the man she loves in a brutal mugging, Daisy McDonough is left trying to put the pieces of her life back together. Just when she begins to think she can heal- move on, she begins to see strange things through her new prosthetic eye. And The Red Mother sees her in return.                                   

(Rod's Pick) The Old Guard: Force Multiplied from IMAGE COMICS written by Greg Rucka with art by Leandro Fernandez                              

Andromache of Scythia and her band of soldiers are back in this second story chronicling the battles and burdens of their dubious immortality. Nile's addition to the team has given them new purpose and new direction, but when you've got 6,000 years of history at your back, the past is always ready to return-with a vengeance.                                    

(Rebekah's Pick) Star Trek: Picard - Countdown from IDW Publishing written by Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson with art by Joana Lafuente                                  

You've seen the trailer... now, witness the events leading to CBS All Access's Picard. Before he retired to his vineyard, Jean-Luc Picard was the most decorated admiral in Starfleet. Then one mission changed his life forever. The Countdown starts here!

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