Cyberosia to publish '2020 Visions' collection

Mon, January 26th, 2004 at 12:00am PST

Comic Books
Jonah Weiland, Founder/Former Owner

Official Press Release

SOMERVILLE, MA January 24, 2004. Cyberosia Publishing officially

announced today that it is reprinting Jamie Delano's (Hellblazer, Outlaw

Nation) 2020 VISIONS in an all-new hardcover edition.

"I've read 1984 and Brave New World, and I put 2020 VISIONS right there

next to them," said publisher Scott O. Brown. "Add the work of four

fantastic artists to the riveting story, and you have an epic of depth

and passion that truly deserves to be called a graphic novel."

Originally published by DC/Vertigo, 2020 VISIONS is Jamie Delano's tour

de force. Broken into four chapters illustrated by Frank Quitely (New

X-Men), Warren Pleece (True Faith, American Century), James Romberger

(Seven Miles a Second), and Steve Pugh (Vampirella/Witchblade), 2020

VISIONS follows a disjointed family trying to get by in the socially

decayed and morally decadent United States of 2020.

Jamie Delano calls his stories "human dramas, set in a post-Millennial

American landscape shaped by my own politics and prejudice, hallucinated

by my artistic collaborators. They're about fear, murder, sex, hatred

and love...the things that people do. Because, however radically our

technologies and cultures change, people still make the best stories."

2020 VISIONS, a black and white, 296 page hardcover graphic novel with

an introduction by science fiction and comics author Richard Kadrey,

will be available this April. It will retail for $29.95 and is available

to preorder from your local comics retailer with Diamond Order Code

FEB04 2271. Visit for a free pdf preview of the


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