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Three stand-alone tales of the bizarre: A politician determined to cut aid to the poor finds himself
in a Dust Bowl town in the Great Depression. Reality begins to slip away for a crusader against social network "over-
sharing." And a Renaissance player who doesn't fit in with his present-day peers gets an ugly taste of the real thing.
Paperback, 48 pages
Published June 18th 2014 by Dynamite Entertainment
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Quentin Wallace
Sep 05, 2015 Quentin Wallace rated it really liked it
Three stories that fit right into the Twilight Zone mold.

The first story deals with Time Travel and had an ending that I should have seen coming but didn't. My favorite story of the three.

The second story lost me a little with the twist ending. Decent but not as good as the first.

The third story had a strange ending that was a little hard to follow, but honestly fit right in with the Twilight Zone, especially if you remember the 80s series. It deals with the evils of Social Media, and as we kno
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Alex
Jul 05, 2014 Alex rated it it was ok
Dynamite, the pugnacious competitor to the big boys in comics, somehow nabbed the rights to Twilight Zone, and started a new series earlier this year. I'll render my judgement on their overall series later--so far, I like it--but this is a review of their first Annual edition, a collection of three stories all written by Mark Rahner.

I don't envy the job by Dynamite's writers. (OK, maybe a little bit...). Adapting a beloved, iconic, (and, so often, brilliant), black-and-white TV show--which was v
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