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Author, media theorist and sometimes-comics writer Douglas Rushkoff (Testament, Life, Inc.) has penned a graphic novel to promote an as-yet-unnamed video-game franchise from Smoking Gun Interactive.
Illustrated by Cheoljoo Lee and Younger Yang, the comic — it’s simply called X — is being previewed on this marketing site in installments that roll out over the next four weeks. The full graphic novel will be released next year. More stories are set to follow.
As you might expect from the mysterious title, the story of X involves secrets — specifically, “the secret history of mankind.”
So says the press release: “As a small, scattered group of people stumble onto the truth, they find that they are too late: every great power on earth has already aligned itself against humanity. The war is all but over. Their struggle to discover the truth will lead them into a massive conspiracy that predates humanity itself — from the world’s most ancient sites to the global centers of power.”