Preview: Nowhere Man #1

In Marc Guggenheim's dystopia set 500 years in the future, the government monitors everything - even your thoughts.

Andy Hunsakerby Andy Hunsaker

Nowhere Man #1

Marc Guggenheim has worked in TV, film and comics for a while now, and he's bringing his latest science-fiction story to Dynamite Entertainment.  The concept of Nowhere Man is "the Patriot Act gone haywire."  

It's set 500 years in the future, in a world where the government has the ability to monitor everything, including each person's thoughts, thanks to a nano-tech virus given to everyone on Earth.  Despite this, some rebels have managed to genetically engineer a child to be immune to that virus and born without it, allowing him to act undetected.  It's up to him to bring individuality back to the world.

"I'm thrilled this project is finally seeing the light of day," Guggenheim says.  "It's always been one that's near and dear to my heart and I feel like I've grown a lot as a writer in the interim, so I'm really looking forward to tackling this concept and helping to create a new and vibrant science-fiction universe."

 

Check out these preview pages from Nowhere Man #1 by artist Jeevan J. Kang.

 

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