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FanBros Originals Presents Fearless Future: Issue Six – Faces

Faces

Today’s tale is written by Eric Skillman (@EricSkillman), Eisner-winning designer of Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand and The Criterion Collection. No stranger to the pen, he’s previously written Liar’s Kiss for Top Shelf and Suckers for Trip City. His script is brought to life by the multi-talented (her line art, color art, and logo design are on display in Faces) New Orleans local, Paulina Ganucheau (@PlinaGanucheau). Be sure to check out her constantly updating webcomic with Kevin Panetta at ZodiacStarforce.com. Mr. David C. Hopkins (@DC_Hopkins) returns to letters after last week’s Make it There. His prolificacy continues at Razorbloom.com with Amy Gaskin and HideousEnergy.com with Austin Wilson.

 

Since I’m running behind on posting this week’s episode of Fearless Future I’m just going to say hit the jump and check it out for yourself. Actually no I’m not, I’m going to have to tell you that Faces is yet another great edition to our line of Originals comics, with some sick art by Paulina Ganucheau and a ill story by Eric Skillman. I love how this line makes you think with every issue, and Faces is no exception. What is the price of fame one might ask themselves after they read this, or they might just wish technology had caught up to what’s contained within. Decide for yourselves after the break.

 

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  • Izzy G

    This is beyond frightening, but I like it.

    • DJ BenHaMeen

      pretty much how I felt.

  • Samantha F.

    I have always believed that something like this would happen in the future. That the ultra rich, in a bid to stay immortal would hold Scientology like auditions for young stars and starlets with handsome faces and flawless bodies. When some unknown beauty queen with no family ties lands the role of flesh donor they will swap the unknowing soul’s brain out with the brain of a wealthy sponsor. Every 15 years, the rich will trade in corpal depositories as they start to age and continue the process. Eventually naturally beautiful people will start covering themselves in tattoos and ritual scars to prevent the body snatchers from abducting them or their children. There are already so many transplants that is the art of nerve connection is ever perfected, there is no limit to what can be done under the guise of actual medical science.

    • DJ BenHaMeen

      We want you to write for the site! Did you get the email?

      • Samantha

        I see April has come early . . .

  • spirit equality

    Great comic! Such a creative concept and executed very well! Art was top notch, also, every facial expression is right on point…

  • YC

    Damn, that was just … wow!