Violence begets violence There s no good end when extremism overrules reason In , Texas is at war with the US to become a separate theocratic nation, and a young librarian learns the consequences of fighting a state with God on its side


9 thoughts on “After Twilight #1

  1. Silas Silas says:

    This was oddly prescient, depicting the fundamentalist Christian fascist takeover of Texas in response to President Obama Luckily, reality was not quite so extreme, even though some of it did take place Despite that, this still isn t that great a book The art leaves quite a bit to be desired, and the characters are all very black and white, and there is a lot of unnecessary gore which made sense, but didn t really need to be depicted I m sure plenty of people will enjoy this, but it s not fo This was oddly prescient, depicting the fundamentalist Christian fascist takeover of Texas in response to President Obama Luckily, reality was not quite so extreme, even though some of it did take place Despite that, this still isn t that great a book The art leaves quite a bit to be desired, and the characters are all very black and white, and there is a lot of unnecessary gore which made sense, but didn t really need to be depicted I m sure plenty of people will enjoy this, but it s not for me


  2. Sofia The Great Sofia The Great says:

    4 Platypires for After Twilight by Richard P Alvarez I picked up After Twilight at a local comic convention in Houston I bought a signed copy and went about my day I made the mistake and forgot about this purchase till a year or so later My bad The story is every liberal s worst nightmare The religious right took over America and made the laws based on the bible OH DAMN This was just the first issue and I look forward to reading the next one.