Twin Peaks-creepiness meets Orwellian madness in this self-contained sci-fi sequel, as Teddy travels back in time to a town where people are addicted to lies.
Although she tried to reboot the future, Teddy's plan failed. While human anomalies are no longer executed merely for the crime of existing, they're forced to live in squalid refugee camps. Teddy and Ano want to fight for the rights of human anomalies, but they're about to find out how hard that can be, especially when powerful people want things to stay the same.
After the smash success of the first volume of The Infinite Loop
, series creators Elsa Charretier and Pierrick Colinet, joined by artist Daniele Di Nicuolo, return to an even darker version of their wildly imagined reality, where danger lurks around every corner and people refuse to accept truth. Filled with danger and tension that will keep readers at the edge of their seat, The Infinite Loop 2
may take place in a dark future, but it also provides a sharp critique of a modern era where truth has become a matter of debate.