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Old World 50 (2017) - #0
"The Back Issue"
CAE Studios

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Martin Dunn

Jeramy Hobbs

Aljosa Tomic

Taylor Esposito

Dustin Holifer
Aly Roth

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Larry Watts - 'lew'

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Cover Date: January 2017
Cover Price: Free

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 8 pages

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The series is set 90 years after “The Cloud”, a nuclear disaster that destroyed all of modern society is a thematic tribute to Harlan Ellison's "A Boy and his Dog.” Our story begins on the east coast, in what was once known as Ocean City, Maryland where an Ashlander named Corbin Ellison stumbles upon a young man named Dean Miller. The entire tale is narrated by an old man named Spinner.

Corbin discovers that Dean has lived his entire life underground in a nuclear fallout shelter with his now dead parents, and a service robot named Kirbee. It is revealed to Corbin that Dean’s father was a scientist before the war, and that he was in contact with a place in Sacramento, California called “Eden.” Corbin is forcefully tasked with escorting Dean across the country. Dean's mission is to deliver his father's research to Eden, so that they may begin rebuilding civilization.

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